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Regiment Commander, Dozens Elite Paratroopers Liquidated: New Details Of Strike Against Dnepr Group Leadership

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Regiment Commander, Dozens Elite Paratroopers Liquidated: New Details Of Strike Against Dnepr Group Leadership

A total of three HIMARS missiles were launched.

The Armed Forces of Ukraine, which struck a cluster of Russian servicemen and the leadership of the Dnepr group at a firing range in Kherson region's Podo-Kalinivka, killed 26 invaders at once with the first shot. The deputy commander of the paratrooper regiment was among them.

Such data are given by the "Spy's Dossier" Telegram-channel, which has information from the special services of the Russian Federation. In addition to those killed, the AFU wounded 28 paratroopers.

"There was a strike on the firing range of the Dnepr group of troops near Podo-Kalinivka. The Oleshkovsky Sands national park is used as a firing range. The strike was carried out by three HIMARS MLRS missiles," confirmed the public page.

We emphasise that the data on the dead and wounded refers only to the regiment of the Airborne Forces. In addition to it, there were also occupants from artillery units and marines on the range at that time.

"Sources in the Airborne Forces confirmed that the strike was carried out against soldiers of the 328th Airborne Assault Regiment of the 104th Airborne Assault Division of the Russian Airborne Forces (m/u 01011). Losses of the regiment: "200" - 36 servicemen; "300" - 28 servicemen," notes "Spy's Dossier".

It is also reported about the death of the deputy commander of the 328th Airborne Assault Regiment Denis Koksharov. The data on losses in other units are being specified.

The Ukrainian security services claim that the total number of "two hundred", i.e. killed is 60. The training of assault groups was to take place at the firing range to "practise the coherence of actions".

Podo-Kalinivka is located 30 kilometres from Krynki, the battleground on the left bank of the Dnipro.

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