100% accurate.. Long-range “Storm Shadow” cruise missiles effectively destroy Russian military targets far from the front lines

دقيقة بنسبة 100٪.. صواريخ كروز "ستورم شادو" بعيدة المدى تدمر الأهداف العسكرية الروسية بشكل فعال بعيدًا عن الخطوط الأمامية

Ukraine’s armed forces received so-called “long-range capabilities” this spring. The long-range capability was provided by the UK, which designed the Storm Shadow missiles that have shown to be effective.

Since receiving the Storm Shadow missiles, there has been a significant increase in strikes against Russian military targets far from the front lines. The Storm Shadow has a range of more than 250 km, but so far it is not known exactly which version of the missile Ukraine received.

In any case, even the export version with a range of 260 km is sufficient to hit targets in the area temporarily occupied by the Russian Federation. Ukrainian Defense Minister Oleksiy Reznikov said that every Storm Shadow launch ends with the destruction of the target. According to him, to date, British missiles have proven 100% accurate.

Ukrainian Su-24 with Storm Shadow missile

The Armed Forces of Ukraine use Su-24MRs on the front line to launch Storm Shadow missiles. The MiG-29 cannot carry the Storm Shadow due to the heavy weight of these cruise missiles.

Ukraine may receive more long-range weapons in the future. In particular, France has an analogue of the Storm Shadow called SCALP EG, and an official order for the Taurus cruise missile has already been sent to Germany.

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