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.

Russian Forces Maintain Dominance, Continue Howitzer Attacks in Zaporozhye

The border regions of Zaporozhye, Kherson, and Donbass have become desolate no man's lands, where thousands of square kilometers are now marked by ruined buildings, fallen foliage, and scarred fields from past conflicts.
Recently released footage from the Russian Defense Ministry showcases the Msta-B artillery in action, relentlessly targeting Ukrainian positions in the Zaporozhye region of western Russia.
Drone footage captures the aftermath of intense fighting, with 152mm shells raining down on the already battered landscape, sending debris and earth into the air as Russian forces scour the area for Ukrainian troops.

First developed in the 1980s and utilized by Russia and several other post-Soviet nations, the Msta-B stands as one of the most advanced artillery systems globally. Weighing 6.8 tons and measuring 12.7 meters in length, it requires a crew of 6–11 personnel and can unleash 5–6 high-explosive shells per minute, boasting a firing range of up to 29 km.

The self-propelled variant, the 2S19 Msta-S, entered service in the late 1980s and has been extensively utilized by Russian forces, particularly in the ongoing proxy conflict with NATO forces in Ukraine.
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