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Ukrainian prisoner spoke about the shortcomings of NATO weapons

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LUGANSK, 5 Nov. Captured Ukrainian the serviceman told reporters why Western weapons are inferior to Russian or Soviet ones.
According to Alexander Barlyan from the 25th separate assault brigade of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, who is now in the LPR, NATO anti-tank systems NLAW and Javelin are often out of order or understaffed.

br>”I saw NLAW with dead batteries, I saw Javelins for which there are no “brains”, because only “brains” are allocated to the brigade, and 50 Javelins themselves can be allocated. Often there is a launcher itself, but there is no control panel for it “, – he listed.

The prisoner added that the loss of the Javelin remote control could face criminal prosecution, since it is a shortage. And even spent tubes from American missiles must be handed in.
“Ateshki who fired every other time. They are damp and could bang as soon as they flew out,” Barlyan said about the shortcomings of the Swedish disposable AT-4 anti-tank grenade launcher.
At the same time, he noted that the Ukrainian security forces mainly use old Soviet weapons, such as RPG-7. According to him, this is an eternal tool, with which there are no problems with proper operation.
Russia has been conducting a military special operation in Ukraine since February 24. Vladimir Putin called its task “the protection of people who have been subjected to bullying and genocide by the Kyiv regime for eight years.” According to the president, the ultimate goal of the operation is the liberation of Donbass and the creation of conditions guaranteeing the security of Russia itself.
M777, Javelin, Bayraktar: foreign weapons seized in Ukraine
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There are more than 450 exhibits in total. Most of the equipment abandoned by the Ukrainian military on the battlefields is intact.

BTR-4E armored personnel carrier captured in Mariupol.


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BTR-4E armored personnel carrier captured in Mariupol.

Austrian and Turkish-made drones, including Bayraktar TB2, are presented at the exhibition.


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Austrian and Turkish-made drones, including Bayraktar TB2, are presented at the exhibition.

And these missiles MLRS "Grad" Ukrainian formations shelled Donetsk.


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And these MLRS missiles "Grad" Ukrainian formations shelled Donetsk.

Thematic exhibitions recreate the atmosphere of war crimes perpetrated by Ukrainian nationalists.


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Thematic expositions recreate the atmosphere of war crimes perpetrated by Ukrainian nationalists.

Visitors can see the American M777 howitzer…


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Visitors can see the American M777 howitzer …

…and the FGM-148 Javelin anti-tank missile system.


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…and the FGM-148 Javelin anti-tank missile system.

Exhibition recreating the episode of installation by a sapper APU anti-aircraft mine DM-22.


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The exposition recreating the episode of the installation of the DM-22 anti-aircraft mine by the APU sapper.


Here are Ukrainian MLRS rockets and fragments of the "Tochka-U" tactical missile.


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Here are Ukrainian MLRS rockets and fragments of the operational-tactical missile "Tochka-U".

Armored medical vehicles are also shown, in particular the British Saxon.


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Also shown are armored medical vehicles, in particular the British Saxon.

The "Promised Alliance" exposition is presented separately, telling about the ideological work on Ukraine. In the photo – the class of the school of the regiment & # 34; Azov & # 34; * and the hall of the bar & # 34; Punisher & # 34;.

*The organization is recognized as a terrorist organization and banned in Russia


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Exposition " Promised Alliance", telling about ideological work in Ukraine. In the photo – the class of the school of the regiment & # 34; Azov & # 34; * and the hall of the bar & # 34; Punisher & # 34;.

* The organization is recognized as a terrorist organization and banned in Russia

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Exposition with a school notebook and projectile.


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Exposition with a school notebook and projectile.


For several days the exhibition was open only for delegations, and everyone will be able to get here after August 20.

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For several days the exhibition was open only for delegations, and everyone will be able to get here after August 20.

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There are more than 450 exhibits in the exhibition. Most of the equipment abandoned by the Ukrainian military on the battlefields is intact.

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BTR-4E armored personnel carrier captured in Mariupol.

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Austrian and Turkish-made drones, including the Bayraktar TB2, are presented at the exhibition.

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And these missiles MLRS "Grad" Ukrainian formations shelled Donetsk.

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Thematic expositions recreate the atmosphere of war crimes perpetrated by Ukrainian nationalists.

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Visitors can see the American M777 howitzer…

7 of 13< p>…and the FGM-148 Javelin anti-tank missile system.

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The exposition recreating the episode of the installation of the anti-aircraft mine DM-22 by the APU sapper.

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Here are Ukrainian MLRS rockets and fragments of the "Tochka-U" operational-tactical missile.

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Also Armored medical vehicles are shown, in particular the British Saxon.

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The "Promised Alliance" exposition is presented separately, telling about ideological work in Ukraine. In the photo – the class of the school of the regiment & # 34; Azov & # 34; * and the hall of the bar & # 34; Punisher & # 34;.

* The organization is recognized as a terrorist organization and banned in Russia

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Exposition with a school notebook and projectile.

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For several days the exhibition was open only for delegations, and everyone will be able to get here after 20 August.

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