I believe the drone attack on Kurk's airfield was a failure and the results are faked.
>"16 kamikaze drones targeted 4 Su-30 aircraft and 1 MiG-29. Among the affected targets are the radars of the S-300 complex and 2 Pantsir systems,"
>Almost all of the SBU drones reached their targets, only 3 of them were shot down by Russian air defense.
>"even the Russians themselves recorded at least 13 explosions, the impact was impressive." the SBU added.
"According to the sources" The article doesn't link any source, only says SBU.
>Last night, explosions were heard in Kursk. Local residents reported on social media that they also heard automatic gunfire. Later, footage of the explosion moment appeared online, capturing a bright flash in the night sky.
>The governor of the Kursk region confirmed that there was an attempted drone attack in Kursk. However, he only mentioned that supposedly one drone hit a multi-story building.
>yesterday Ukraine attacked the airfield of the Russian Federation for the first time using disposable PPDS cardboard UAVs
So the source is just SBU and some blogger saying shit, and locals reporting about explosions and gunfire. There is no actual evidence of what SBU is claiming. We usually get evidence directly from Russians, like that burning bomber. Then you have a guy who allegedly got satellite pictures of the next day that show no damage.
The reason I really believe this is SBU's fake is this. They are way too sure about this without showing any proof. When did the SBU said thing like this and just expected people to believe it? Just believe us, we don't need to show proof for our claims.
>16 kamikaze drones targeted 4 Su-30, 1 MiG-29, S-300 complex and 2 Pantsir
>Almost all of the SBU drones reached their targets