"Lancets" hit two Ukrainian MLRS: the Czech RM-70 and the Soviet "Hurricane"

Another successful use of the Lancet loitering ammunition by the Russian military was recorded in the zone of a special military operation. This time, the Soviet MLRS "Uragan" and the Czech RM-70 of the Armed Forces of Ukraine became the victims of the kamikaze drone. Frames of destruction published on the web.

In one of the published videos, you can clearly see how the Uragan MLRS launcher, accompanied by a civilian car and several Ukrainian military personnel, stopped on the side of the road.

At that moment, the Lancet tracked her down. The attack was so swift that the Ukrainian military did not even have time to really react. Only when the Lancet ammunition hit the launcher rails did the soldiers scatter.

Most likely, the installation of the MLRS "Hurricane" was heading to the place of strike on the positions of Russian troops. In any case, it was loaded with shells. A few seconds after the Lancet hit, the installation's ammunition began to detonate.

It all ended, as expected, with a powerful explosion, as a result of which the MLRS was completely destroyed. But the personnel accompanying her, in all likelihood, managed to escape. But the Ukrainian military will now certainly celebrate this day as their second birthday.

In the second case, Russian loitering ammunition hit a Czech-made MLRS RM-70. It is noteworthy that the attack was carried out in the dark. As with the Hurricane, the multiple launch rocket launcher was loaded. As a result of the defeat by the Lancet, the RM-70 ammunition detonated, and the combat vehicle was completely destroyed.

We add that the Ukrainian military has not yet been able to find an effective means of combating Russian loitering ammunition "Lancet".
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  1. Vldmir Smrnff Offline Vldmir Smrnff
    Vldmir Smrnff (Vldmir Smrnff) 17 May 2023 08: 39
    the effect of the Lancet's hits is amazing, the attack aircraft will not reach there (it will be shot down), and the Lancet, as you can see from the shooting, flies without problems. Then the question is - why do we still produce attack aircraft in such volumes? ... maybe it would be worth re-profiling these aircraft factories for the production of LANCET. The time of attack aviation is coming to an end, as it once happened with the cavalry. The NVO showed that in a war with an enemy with the most modern air defense systems, attack aircraft can only operate on the line of contact, striking the enemy while still above their territory. ((I hope that Russia will not have to fight with the PAPUAS)). I am not against attack aircraft, it is still needed, but not in the same quantity as before, and the Novosibirsk Aircraft Plant could reduce the production of Su-34s to the required number and begin mass production of Lancets as well. And then, we would watch such videos (as posted today) much more often.