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Ukraine's Radio Engineering Forces Have Detected Over 240,000 Enemy Targets Since Beginning Of War


(MENAFN- UkrinForm) For the nine months of the large-scale war, the radio engineering forces of the Air Force of the Armed Forces of Ukraine have detected more than 240,000 enemy targets and saved hundreds of thousands of human lives.

'For nine months of large-scale war, the radio engineering forces of the Air Force have detected and accompanied more than 240,000 enemy aerial targets. About 80% of them were destroyed with our firepower. This is hundreds of thousands of lives saved, this is preserved infrastructure. And this is an indicator of the high proficiency of our service members,' Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces of Ukraine Valeriy Zaluzhny posted on telegram , congratulating service members and employees of the radio engineering forces on their professional holiday.

Zaluzhny noted that he is proud of the Ukrainian radio engineering forces.

'I am proud of you, I thank you for your service and I congratulate the service members and employees of the radio engineering forces of the Air Force of the Armed Forces of Ukraine on their professional holiday! Eternal memory to those who brought us closer to Victory but, unfortunately, will not share it with us,' the Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces added.

Radio engineering forces are the main source of information about the air situation and are tasked with conducting radio reconnaissance of air objects and alerting troops.

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