Ukraine Conflict
Moscow launched a special military operation in Ukraine in February 2022 with the aim of saving the people of Donbass - primarily the Russian-speaking population - from Kiev's constant attacks.

Watch Russia’s 2S19 Msta and 2S5 Giatsint-S Self-Propelled Artillery Guns in Combat Action

Last week, it was reported that Russia's state-of-the-art Armata tanks were reportedly deployed on mission in Ukraine, a well-informed source told Sputnik.
The Russian Ministry of Defence has shared footage of the Msta-S crews performing a series of shots from closed firing positions on known targets, allowing the enemy to be located and thus trigger return fire.
Artillery reconnaissance radar systems then quickly detect enemy artillery, and the Giatsint-S crews swiftly eliminate the targets at a range of more than 30 km.
This long range makes it possible to effectively carry out counter-battery firing and effectively destroy the adversary’s military equipment.
The combat crews use UAVs to adjust the accuracy of artillery fire and confirm the destruction of a target.
T-72B3 tank crew in combat as part of the special military operation - Sputnik India, 1920, 02.05.2023
Ukraine Conflict
Watch T-72B3 Tank Crew in Combat as Part of Special Military Operation