Propagandists wrote about the drone attack in Bryansk on the evening of September 8. Eyewitnesses say that there were a total of 4 explosions. One of the drones aimed at a factory building.
Propagandists wrote about the drone attack in Bryansk on the evening of September 8. Eyewitnesses say that there were a total of 4 explosions. One of the drones aimed at a factory building where electronics for Russian missiles are produced. This is the third drone attack on this company in the last 10 days.
At the "Kremny EL" plant in Bryansk, where the drone went today, electronics for the "Pantsir" anti-aircraft systems and "Iskander" missile systems are produced. Moreover, it is the largest producer of microelectronics in Russia. This is stated on the website of the Russian company. The attack on the factory took place for the third time in the last 10 days. Russian Telegram channels reported this evening about explosions in Bryansk.
As seen in the footage, the drone's target was the fifth floor of the plant's 8-story administrative building. A fire broke out in the company. Propagandists reported that the fire broke out on 20 square meters. People were urgently removed from the premises. In turn, the voivode of the Bryansk region, Oleksandr Bogomaz, informed about another drone of the “airplane type”, which, in his opinion, was shot down on approach to the Vygonitsa region.
According to the classics of the Russian mass media genre, it was reported that there was no damage. There is no information about any victims.
According to Russian public opinion, another drone “suppressed” by Russian troops fell on the building of the local railway station, the windows were broken and people had to be evacuated.
In total, at least three explosions were heard in Bryansk. According to local authorities, four UAVs attacked the city. The Ukrainian military is blamed for the attack.
Recently, explosions on Russian territory have been happening almost every day. As Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky previously stated, Ukrainian long-range weapons successfully hit an enemy target at a distance of 700 km. For his part, Kelly Grieco, an expert on US foreign policy, international security and Air Force operations, notes that the US and other world militaries can learn a lot from the Ukrainians in the field of UAVs.
According to her, the scale of the use of drones in Ukraine is impressive, but it is not only about that. The Ukrainians found an opportunity to quickly transfer the information received from them to command posts. Another novelty was the degree of integration of drones into the grassroots structures of the army.