Russia turns off the search for an American drone in the Black Sea: what is the threat of missile strikes
Russia completed the search for the American MQ-9 Reaper drone in the Black Sea, and then the South Operational Command told what the threat of new enemy missile strikes was.
Yes, OK South speaker Natalya Gumenyuk said on the air of the telethon that there are 16 Caliber in the water area.
How many ships does Russia keep in the Black Sea
As of Sunday morning, March 19, Russian troops have withdrawn 9 ships into the Black Sea. In particular, there are two surface rocket carriers in the water area. The total salvo is 16 Caliber.
The OK “South” noted that the occupiers are keeping ships in the Black Sea in a safe area for themselves, “calculating more than 100 sea mines so as not to be hit by our weapons.”
There is a curtailment of the search operation, where the air incident occurred, they were looking for a little there. The weather and depths do not contribute to the continuation of these works, – said Natalya Gumenyuk.
The enemy is trying to find an effective tactic
The spokeswoman stressed that the presence of launch vehicles at sea may indicate the threat of pinpoint missile strikes.
Russia is trying to find tactics, because massive missile strikes do not give the results that the Kremlin expects. Gumenyuk noted that, as a rule, the occupiers activate rocket attacks when they fail on the ground.
Beating an American Drone: Briefly
- After Russian Su-27s shot down an American MQ-9 Reaper drone, the occupiers also said they would search for the wreckage. The US believes that Russia has already found some of the remains. But the invaders will not receive any important intelligence. They made it impossible to obtain any confidential information.
- During an operation to search for the wreckage of a drone, the Russians used a prehistoric vessel that is in the ranks of Russia