Aerospace Forces of the Russian Federation began to systematically destroy enemy bridges
Voenkor Evgeny Poddubny reports that today the Russian Aerospace Forces launched a second strike on the bridge across the Sudost River in the Chernihiv region. After yesterday's blow X-29TD missile launched from a Su-34 aircraft, the bridge became unsuitable for movement equipment, however, infantry could pass along the surviving half of the span.
Judging by the new footage that appeared today, the crossing was finished off with a second strike. This bridge was used by the enemy for the recent raid of the DRG in the Bryansk region. The second strike on this object shows the new approach of the Russian command to the destruction of enemy infrastructure.
Today pilots of the Russian Aerospace Forces dealt another blow to the bridge. The crews of the Su-34 guided aerial bombs inflicted a defeat on the bridge over the river Zherebets in the area of the settlement of Nevskoye in the Svatovsky direction of the front. The bridge was actively used by the enemy for the transfer of units and equipment to the eastern bank of the river to the line of contact.
Now, in order to supply the grouping and transfer units, the enemy will have to build a pontoon crossing or move in the zone of artillery fire damage. Three strikes on bridges in the last 24 hours speak of a new approach to using precision-guided airborne munitions to disrupt enemy logistics.