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JFO headquarters publishes photo of Russian troops in Novoazovsk area

Source : 112 Ukraine

Also, the electronic warfare means complex is also depicted on the photo
14:01, 19 June 2018

The Headquarters of the Joint Force Operation (JFO) published the photo of the Russian soldiers located in the hostile positions in Novoazovsk area as the press service of the JFO reported on Facebook.

"A photo was taken on June 13, 2018, at the territory of Novoazovsk wind farm at one of the wind turbines. There are benchmarks that confirm this: #1 wind turbine, #2 wind turbine, #3 bending of the shelter tree line, #4 bending of the shelter tree line," the message said.

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It is specified that the electronic warfare means complex is depicted in the photo (two Soviet antennas of round type, two solar batteries). It is supposed that the means were used for the wiring and radio direction finding of the radio stations working at the short-wave frequency 3-30 MHz.

A man in the Russian mold uniform stays near an antenna. It is supposed that he is a representative of one of the detachments of the rapidly-operational support or military advisor-trainer of the Armed Forces of Russia.

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"About the author of the photo: it is most likely that the person is not local, his age points at it (the majority of local soldiers are older) and his actions – the representatives of the local soldiers are strictly controlled for the photos that disclose the locations and military equipment but not allowed to electronic warfare means. The person at the photo is near classified electronic warfare and freely takes photos, disclosing the locations," the message said.

As we reported from the beginning of the day, June 18, the pro-Russian militants shelled the positions of JFO in Donbas 4 times. 

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