A nuclear-capable airbase far from the front lines deep in Russia was attacked and had a tank and military aircraft training facility. A drone struck two Tu-95 nuclear bombers at the second airbase. Both airbases are located more than 300 miles from the border.
the airbases that were attacked had a tank and military aircraft training facility. A drone struck two Tu-95 nuclear bombers at the second airport.
According to Russia’s defence ministry, the explosions at locations hundreds of kilometres from the border between the two countries were caused by a Ukrainian drone attack, perhaps indicating a new capability for Kyiv to strike farther from the front lines of the conflict.
According to allegations in the media on Monday, two explosions carried out by Ukraine struck two military airports in the nation, destroyed two Russian nuclear bombers, and resulted in three fatalities and six injuries. Tankers carrying gasoline, it is believed, were to blame for the explosions.
According to a statement from the ministry, two aircraft suffered minor damage, and four additional individuals were hurt.
It added that the UAVS were intercepted by air defence while flying at a low altitude. “The Kyiv government attempted to attack with Soviet-made UAVs the military airfields at Dyagilevo in the Ryazan region and Engels in the Saratov region in an effort to cripple Russian long-range aircraft,” it stated.
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