What trick do the occupiers use when attacking with missiles and drones: Ignat's explanation


What trick do the occupiers use when attacking with missiles and drones: Ignat's explanation

Russian terrorists continue to cynically launch rocket and drone strikes on Ukraine. To do this, the invaders use their cunning.

Sometimes it is possible to shoot down 100% of the missiles, and sometimes, for example, two out of four. And this is normal, because it is not always possible to detect and intercept a missile. Yuri Ignat, speaker of the Air Force of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, spoke about this in an exclusive interview with Channel 24 .

What trick do the occupiers use during attacks?

According to Ignat, the Russian enemy is cunning and takes into account all the intelligence, especially those relating to space and ground intelligence – the agents are working.

And plus people who can help the enemy with photographs. In addition, aerial reconnaissance is also being conducted to identify positions. The same A-50 takes off when our air defense is working, it sees the approximate launch sites. Each time they are different, but they make up a certain algorithm,” said the speaker of the Air Force.

The Ukrainian defenders know this scheme, but the occupiers also take this into account when planning their next attacks. Therefore, the invaders are laying the route of missiles and attack drones in such a way that they can even fly in a circle.

“They use the terrain, the channels of the Dnieper, Dniester, Southern Bug, so that both the missile and the Shahid fly as low as possible. It is difficult to catch and shoot down an air target there, because they are not visible on radar. Cruise missiles are designed to cling to lower to the ground, scanning the terrain during the flight,” Ignat noted.

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Yuri Ignat also said that the Kh-47 Kinzhal hypersonic aeroballistic missile is used from MiG-31K aircraft. The complexity of its defeat is conditionally several times higher than the Kh-22, due to the significantly higher flight speed, even less time for the response of equipment and humans.

According to him, this confirms the true danger of these missiles and the critical need for modern air defense.

In addition, Ignat said that “narrow-profile” aviation anti-radar missiles Kh-31P and similar short-range air-to-ground missiles also do not go down.

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