Russian air defense repelled a massive missile attack on the Crimean Bridge

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Russian air defense repelled a massive missile attack on the Crimean Bridge

The Kiev junta attempted an attack on the Crimean Bridge, trying to organize another terrorist attack on National Unity Day. According to data at this moment, all missiles launched by the Ukrainian Armed Forces were shot down by Russian air defense, as reported by the Crimean authorities.

The armed formations of Ukraine launched another massive attack on the Crimean Bridge; previously, up to 18 cruise missiles were launched, all of them were intercepted by Russian air defense. An air raid alert was announced in advance, standard smoke camouflage systems were activated on the bridge and Sevastopol bay, and traffic on the bridge was stopped.



While there are no details about repelling the attack, some of the missiles were shot down over Kerch, fragments fell on the territory of the Butoma shipyard (Zaliv), although it is possible that the Ukrainian Armed Forces intended to hit with some of the missiles an enterprise building ships for the Russian fleet.

According to preliminary data, about 18 missiles were fired at the Crimean Bridge. Thanks to our air defense, there is no threat to the peninsula. In the area of ​​the shipyard named after. Butoma in Kerch air defense worked, part of the fragments of downed missiles fell onto the territory of one of the dry docks. No injuries

- said in a statement.

According to the TG channel "CRIMEA BRIDGE: operational information", traffic on the bridge was restored at 18:45 Moscow time. time, transport is moving as usual.

Meanwhile, Ukrainian public pages report about arrivals in the Dnepropetrovsk area, a series of explosions occurred both in the vicinity of the city and in the city itself. Presumably this is a response to the attack on Crimea.
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    1. +53
      4 November 2023 19: 15
      Yes, there was a lot of noise in the Kerch area. It didn’t reach the bridge, so that’s good.
      10 missiles launched in Kerch, I don’t know where the other 8 hit.
      It’s a pity that the clouds were low, you could see the rockets launching, but the boom was already behind the clouds.
      Well done air defense officers.
      1. -7
        4 November 2023 19: 24
        Quote: Popandos
        Well done air defense officers.

        They can when they want love
        1. -1
          4 November 2023 20: 47
          ....................
          . and it pleases
          1. +1
            4 November 2023 22: 57
            Shot down! Well done. And who else is tied to some dates and deadlines? The planes that were being shot should never have landed at all.
        2. -3
          4 November 2023 22: 27
          When the Motherland orders! Lady love
      2. -16
        4 November 2023 19: 26
        Quote: Popandos
        Didn't reach the bridge

        The bridge was not the target, the smoke screen system there simply goes off automatically
        1. -3
          4 November 2023 19: 40
          Is smoke interfering with the navigation system? This is just an addition. But at night you have to wait for “visitors” from the sea - English unmanned boats
          1. +2
            4 November 2023 22: 13
            Quote from: dmi.pris1
            Is smoke interfering with the navigation system?

            Smoke interferes with the optical guidance system.
            There are those too.
            What did they shoot with? ATACMS? so there are only cluster warheads there. What's the point of shooting cassettes across a bridge?
            1. 0
              5 November 2023 00: 53
              I heard there are also radio-opaque ones. Metallized particles. RLGSN interference.
            2. GGV
              +1
              5 November 2023 05: 54
              ATACMS, as far as I know, are ballistic. The article states: cruise missiles. Although very often the errors in the articles are such that sometimes it is not clear who writes them.
              1. 0
                5 November 2023 15: 21
                sometimes it’s not clear who writes them

                How is it not clear?

                Crimean authorities report this

                Razvozzhaev was almost the first to report this. Then Aksenov added.

                Then he summarized:

                According to the TG channel "CRIMEA BRIDGE: operational information"

                Although the governor of Sevastopol and the head of Crimea are both sitting and writing their messages in a telegram.

                And today the Ministry of Defense denied them. I don’t understand why it took almost a day to do this?
      3. +21
        4 November 2023 19: 49
        Quote: Popandos
        Yes, it was a big bang

        And immediately there was a “response” from us. According to reports from locals in Dnepropetrovsk, there were powerful explosions at the airfield; Ukrainian Su-24s trying to return there were unable to land and were circling over the city.
        1. +1
          4 November 2023 21: 20
          Quote: svp67
          And immediately there was a “response” from us. According to reports from locals in Dnepropetrovsk, there were powerful explosions at the airfield; Ukrainian Su-24s trying to return there were unable to land and were circling over the city.

          This is good, I wonder where they landed?
          In general, they haven’t written for a long time that anything has flown to Kuev. They were probably completely relaxed there.
        2. SSR
          +1
          4 November 2023 22: 34
          Quote: svp67
          Su-24, they can’t land and are circling over the city

          They should probably sit on the highway.
      4. +11
        4 November 2023 22: 21
        It was a strike on the dry docks, not on the bridge. And at least one missile hit
        1. 0
          4 November 2023 23: 24
          You were told - "splinters fell on the territory of a shipbuilding plant,” so it is so. Our media does not lie, it’s only the enemy’s lies and slander. Those who do not believe our media can downvote.
          1. 0
            5 November 2023 00: 46
            Quote: Al Manah
            You were told - "splinters fell on the territory of a shipbuilding plant,” so it is so. Our media does not lie, it’s only the enemy’s lies and slander. Those who do not believe our media can downvote.

            Even if they ended up somewhere, it’s none of your Israeli business! Don't be happy, choke.
      5. -4
        4 November 2023 22: 50
        10 started and it turns out 10 were shot down? Great result! good
      6. +8
        4 November 2023 22: 52
        Latest information from the Rybar website.
        1. +1
          5 November 2023 01: 20
          The Russian Ministry of Defense reports that on November 4, the Ukrainian Armed Forces launched a strike with 15 cruise missiles at the shipbuilding plant named after. Butomy in Kerch.

          13 cruise missiles were shot down by air defense systems. As a result of being hit by an enemy cruise missile, a ship located at the plant was damaged.

          can warn the USA and the West if they supply, the Russian Federation will have to use a nuclear strike with daggers on missile factories)
        2. 0
          5 November 2023 12: 48
          I liked how Rybar described everything in detail
      7. 0
        5 November 2023 12: 41
        “low clouds” here are complaints about the weather But in general it would be interesting to see the result of the air defense
      8. 0
        5 November 2023 20: 25
        Apparently the A-50 did not fly due to cloudiness. In general, the Ukrainian Armed Forces find time for massive strikes and our air defense lets in little by little. The ship that got hit will have to wait longer in the dock.
    2. -42
      4 November 2023 19: 15
      Who knows - what’s the point in the modern world and current realities to lie about “the air defense shot down everything” when 10-15 minutes later videos of the arrivals appear? (They already exist). The Ukrainians laughed, but in fact it was the same.
      1. -1
        4 November 2023 19: 20
        I read that the Karakurt building under construction was allegedly damaged
        1. -5
          4 November 2023 19: 40
          Quote: Pytnik
          I read that the Karakurt building under construction was allegedly damaged

          A piece of debris on the deck is not damage, but a baptism of fire. If only this is true....
      2. +3
        4 November 2023 19: 20
        Well, if you didn’t post the link, at least tell me
        1. +12
          4 November 2023 19: 26
          From the video, it’s unclear where the burning debris fell. Peremoga is incredible
      3. +7
        4 November 2023 19: 21
        Quote: Bulgarian_Chernomor
        Who knows - what’s the point in the modern world and current realities to lie about “the air defense shot down everything” when 10-15 minutes later videos of the arrivals appear? (They already exist). The Ukrainians laughed, but in fact it was the same.

        Everywhere you need it specifically. Who is lying, the video (especially since it’s 10-15 minutes long) from where and for what reason...?
        1. -9
          4 November 2023 19: 25
          Quote: Clear
          Who's lying, video

          Below video has already been given, arrivals at the shipyard
          1. 0
            4 November 2023 19: 42
            Quote: Bulgarian_Chernomor
            Quote: Clear
            Who's lying, video

            Below video has already been given, arrivals at the shipyard

            Falling debris.
            Glory to the air defense of Her Majesty's army of Russia!!! soldier
      4. +3
        4 November 2023 19: 22
        And where were the arrivals?
        ........................................
        1. -9
          4 November 2023 19: 24
          Quote: Warabey
          And where were the arrivals?

          By shipyard
          1. +5
            4 November 2023 19: 26
            Well, there is an article about this. As well as the fact that all the details are not yet available. So there are no lies in the news.
          2. +3
            4 November 2023 19: 43
            Quote: Bulgarian_Chernomor
            Quote: Warabey
            And where were the arrivals?

            By shipyard

            Debris entering the dry dock.
            1. -4
              4 November 2023 20: 56
              Quote: isv000
              Quote: Bulgarian_Chernomor
              Quote: Warabey
              And where were the arrivals?

              By shipyard

              Debris entering the dry dock.

              I wonder why, judging by the video, the debris falls in the same place? Is the professionalism of our air defense officers really so great that they not only shoot down all enemy missiles, but also manage to land them in the same place where there is no likelihood of civilian casualties?! Well done.
              1. 0
                4 November 2023 22: 16
                Quote from Escariot
                I wonder why, judging by the video, the debris falls in the same place? Is the professionalism of our air defense officers really so great that they not only shoot down all enemy missiles, but also manage to land them in the same place where there is no likelihood of civilian casualties?!

                The missile is ballistic, it can only be shot down over the place where it was aimed. That's why the debris fell in a heap.
                1. 0
                  4 November 2023 22: 18
                  Quote from: topol717
                  Quote from Escariot
                  I wonder why, judging by the video, the debris falls in the same place? Is the professionalism of our air defense officers really so great that they not only shoot down all enemy missiles, but also manage to land them in the same place where there is no likelihood of civilian casualties?!

                  The missile is ballistic, it can only be shot down over the place where it was aimed. That's why the debris fell in a heap.

                  What type of ballistic missile is it? S-200 and ATAKMS first releases will never reach Kerch.
                  1. 0
                    4 November 2023 23: 14
                    Quote from Escariot
                    What type of ballistic missile is it? S-200 and ATAKMS first releases will never reach Kerch.

                    From Kherson to Kerch 320 km.
                    1. +1
                      5 November 2023 01: 52
                      From Kherson to Kerch 320 km.
                      The Su-24 can also fly over the sea and carry out missile launches from suitable safe distances. Has this ever occurred to anyone?
          3. kpd
            0
            4 November 2023 21: 45
            Correction: regarding the shipyard.
      5. -4
        4 November 2023 20: 11
        Facts to the studio, links and so on, it seems to me that you are a lying little man)
    3. +14
      4 November 2023 19: 16
      In honor of the holiday, we could also light up Bankovaya. For a change.
      1. +9
        4 November 2023 19: 22
        Quote: Tagan
        In honor of the holiday, we could also light up Bankovaya. For a change.

        I would agree if only on Bankovaya and on weekdays Yes
      2. -32
        4 November 2023 19: 28
        Quote: Tagan
        on Bankovaya tsutit

        In Kyiv, missiles have not penetrated the air defense for more than six months, and they have already stopped trying, only Geraniums are allowed in
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        2. +16
          4 November 2023 19: 47
          Quote: Bulgarian_Chernomor
          In Kyiv, missiles have not penetrated the air defense for more than six months, and they have already stopped trying, only Geraniums are allowed in

          Tell that to Patriot bully And what’s the point of breaking through them - they themselves build their own houses from S-300!
        3. +7
          4 November 2023 20: 54
          One word is Romanian, so he’s Bulgarian, but what’s the difference (Brother 2)
        4. +1
          4 November 2023 21: 08
          There is a saying: “Even if you say halva a thousand times, your mouth will not become sweeter.” Then don’t be surprised how it happened that 404 ALL.
        5. -6
          4 November 2023 21: 55
          Why the hell do you Romanians want on a Russian site, I didn’t mislead the shores, no. Go with yours.
    4. +8
      4 November 2023 19: 17
      . Ukrainian public pages report arrivals in the Dnepropetrovsk area,

      laughing during the campaign, the A-50 not only prevented a missile attack, but also detected the launch points
      1. -3
        4 November 2023 19: 49
        Quote: igorbrsv
        . Ukrainian public pages report arrivals in the Dnepropetrovsk area,

        laughing during the campaign, the A-50 not only prevented a missile attack, but also detected the launch points

        This is what life-giving DLRO does!!! Glory to air defense!!! drinks
        1. +3
          4 November 2023 21: 37
          Quote: isv000
          Glory to air defense!!!

          A friend’s son came home from the army several years ago and served in the air defense. There is a small sticker on the rear window of the car, I liked the motto on it
          We don’t fly ourselves and we don’t let anyone fly.
          drinks
        2. -5
          4 November 2023 22: 18
          Quote: isv000
          This is what life-giving DLRO does!!! Glory to air defense!!!

          Most likely this is not DLRO, but space reconnaissance.
          A month ago they launched a military satellite, and then the planes began to fall.
    5. -1
      4 November 2023 19: 17
      It’s probably high time to hit the bridges connecting Ukraine with Europe. Because these comrades understand only the language of force and nothing else. However, why am I writing platitudes?
      Perhaps these were NATO-made missiles? By the way, I would not rule out the possibility that NATO is already firing missiles from Romanian airspace. The logic here is this: if the Russians do not give concrete answers to all our provocations, we will raise the temperature. Just because they don't talk about it doesn't mean it doesn't exist. The probability is, of course, small, but I would not discount the fact that NATO aviation is already secretly participating in hostilities, including in this way.
      1. +1
        4 November 2023 19: 23
        Quote: Vladlous
        The probability is, of course, small, but I would not discount the fact that NATO aviation is already secretly participating in hostilities, including in this way.

        Wait and see. Bullshit, it will always creep out. Yes
        1. +3
          4 November 2023 21: 04
          Quote: Clear
          Quote: Vladlous
          The probability is, of course, small, but I would not discount the fact that NATO aviation is already secretly participating in hostilities, including in this way.

          Wait and see. Bullshit, it will always creep out. Yes

          Absolutely right. We are waiting for satellite images. On Tuesday in Kerch they promise sunny weather, so no later than Wednesday we will find out what the damage was, if there was any.
      2. -5
        4 November 2023 21: 09
        Wear a tin foil hat, otherwise the rays will hit the reptilians)
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      1. +3
        4 November 2023 19: 25
        In the video posted 20 minutes after the shelling, there was a small fire like a burning car.
      2. +2
        4 November 2023 19: 28
        Quote: Aleksandr_35
        There is a video in the Ukrainian Cart that there was more than one arrival
        https://t.me/uniannet/116485

        Why is the flash so small? filmed from the moon? or the charge is like the hundredth shell?
        or “some of the debris from the downed missiles fell onto the territory of one of the dry docks. There were no casualties”?
        1. -12
          4 November 2023 19: 33
          Quote: poquello
          filmed from the moon?

          It can be seen that from at least a few kilometers away. And if they are debris, then why do they explode when they fall? Do you see 2 explosions on the ground or not?
          1. +9
            4 November 2023 19: 51
            Quote: Bulgarian_Chernomor
            And if they are debris, then why do they explode when they fall?

            Yes, because upon impact from a collision with the ground, the warhead can detonate, like the remaining fuel in the tanks
            1. +1
              4 November 2023 20: 00
              Quote: svp67
              Yes, because upon impact from a collision with the ground, the warhead can detonate, like the remaining fuel in the tanks

              hmm, well then, of course, I could be wrong theoretically, let’s wait for confirmation/denial
            2. 0
              6 November 2023 13: 27
              Quote: svp67
              Yes, because upon impact from a collision with the ground, the warhead can detonate, like the remaining fuel in the tanks

              Hello! Today the Ministry of Defense reported that after all there were 2 arrivals, and not debris. If I was right after all, is it possible now to somehow cancel all the downsides to my comments? Or does the site not have such a function?
      3. +5
        4 November 2023 19: 54
        Quote: Aleksandr_35
        There is a video in the Ukrainian Cart that there was more than one arrival

        If they don’t put it in the Ukrainian cart, they’ll take everything out...
        1. +4
          4 November 2023 20: 56
          Now in the Ukrainian cart to the admin
          - Admin. Please clear the cart of Russians
          - And who will be the dumbass left here?!
          wassat wassat wassat
          They're annealing lol
          I followed the link above
      4. 0
        5 November 2023 01: 04
        In the first video at 0:21 you can see a downed missile. Or Swift. The fuel burns, spins in the air and falls near the previous explosion, presumably the same target.
    7. ASM
      +11
      4 November 2023 19: 19
      I have doubts. On the one hand, I feel sorry for the civilians, but on the other, like the Americans, I would have already bombarded all the areas from which missiles could have been fired with cluster munitions. Carpet bombing is bad, but the lives of Russians are worth a lot.
      1. +1
        4 November 2023 20: 26
        On the one hand, I feel sorry for civilians

        Yes, these civilians would definitely stick a knife in the back at the right moment. And so you are right to fill them with cassettes.
    8. +5
      4 November 2023 19: 20
      Hmm, they’re already full of crap about this bridge. Maybe the method of death penalty for the uprights is to introduce the head from acceleration into the bridge support until you lose your pulse)))
      1. +2
        4 November 2023 19: 26
        Better before losing momentum
      2. Msi
        +2
        4 November 2023 19: 28
        Hmmm, they’re already full of crap about this bridge

        they masturbate en masse when they hit it... the so-called sect. Ukraine...
    9. +2
      4 November 2023 19: 20
      Glory to those who have crossed golden trunks on their buttonholes! For air defense!!! drinks
    10. +2
      4 November 2023 19: 22
      About 18 missiles were fired at the Crimean Bridge.

      It’s strange that in the Kerch area I saw the launch of 10 missiles, maybe the rest were knocked down in another place or there were fewer winged ones.
      And judging by the direction of the missile launches, the missile launchers came in from different directions.
      1. +1
        4 November 2023 21: 52
        Strangely, in the Kerch area I watched the launch of 10 missiles

        One target - 2-3 missiles.
    11. +7
      4 November 2023 19: 24
      They were, it seems, ready for this shelling. But dill can easily still fire a little later.
      1. +3
        4 November 2023 19: 27
        But dill can easily still fire a little later.

        Still quiet
        1. +3
          4 November 2023 19: 31
          Of course it's quiet. They are now fighting off missiles in Dnepropetrovsk laughing
          1. Msi
            +3
            4 November 2023 19: 34
            They are now fighting off missiles in Dnepropetrovsk

            The lights need to be turned off... So that the "havalniks" can completely shut up their own...
    12. +3
      4 November 2023 19: 31
      What about the doc? Was it empty, or with a ship?
      1. +8
        4 November 2023 19: 34
        We'll find out later. There is a small fire near the tap. Something small is burning. By the way, someone from Kerch seems to have put it in the Ukrainian cart. Sympathetic angry
        1. +5
          4 November 2023 20: 42
          Quote: igorbrsv
          We'll find out later. There is a small fire near the tap. Something small is burning. By the way, someone from Kerch seems to have put it in the Ukrainian cart. Sympathetic angry

          Well, the fire there is not small. At least one serious explosion was recorded on video + the arrival site was already smoking, indicating that there was at least one more arrival earlier. Well, the fact that the explosions were in one place hints that the missiles still reached the desired coordinates, because it is very unlikely to shoot down two missiles so that they fall in the same place.
      2. -2
        4 November 2023 20: 36
        Quote: UAZ 452
        What about the doc? Was it empty, or with a ship?

        The Karakurt-class corvette was being completed there. We are waiting for satellite images.
        1. 0
          4 November 2023 20: 45
          Karakurt-class corvette

          Sometimes it's better to chew than to write such nonsense.
          Most of the people talking here are people who can distinguish a corvette from an MRK.
          1. -4
            4 November 2023 21: 20
            Quote: Popandos
            Karakurt-class corvette

            Sometimes it's better to chew than to write such nonsense.
            Most of the people talking here are people who can distinguish a corvette from an MRK.

            The Russian classification is somewhat different from the international one, but nevertheless it is a Corvette.

            A corvette usually has a displacement of around 600-1500 tons, into which Karakurt fits.
            And of course, Karakurt is a rank 3 ship, this is also worth remembering.
          2. +3
            4 November 2023 21: 28
            Quote: Popandos
            Most of the people talking here are people who can distinguish a corvette from an MRK.

            According to world views, a corvette is considered a ship with a displacement of approximately 500 to 2000 tons. That is, an MRK is a corvette.
            1. -4
              4 November 2023 21: 58
              Classifying ships only by displacement is stupid.
              Quote from the same wiki - The main tasks of modern corvettes are anti-submarine defense.
              How will the MRK of project 22800 Karakurt carry out PLO?
              That's why it's an MRK, not a corvette.
              Our small anti-submarine ships are closer in class to the corvette.
              1. +1
                4 November 2023 22: 17
                Quote: Popandos
                Quote from the same wiki - The main tasks of modern corvettes are anti-submarine defense.

                But this is nothing more than a “quote from the same wiki.”

                Quote: Popandos
                That's why it's an MRK, not a corvette.

                I tell you again: this is a corvette. There are different corvettes. There are, as you mentioned, PLO corvettes. And there are corvettes, which in our fleet are called “small missile ships.”

                In our country, for example, some submarines are called “heavy strategic missile submarines.” But it's still a submarine.
                1. -5
                  5 November 2023 00: 59
                  You were taught poorly in the West. Probably based on "Jane"? This is a failure!
    13. Uno
      -3
      4 November 2023 19: 39
      Usually they say here that there is no such thing as impenetrable air defense, but you read the news on VO and it turns out that it happens)
      1. +7
        4 November 2023 19: 51
        There is no such thing as impenetrable. It can be effective. This is not the first time that a shell shoots down ten targets with twelve missiles. And not at the training ground or in theory, but in reality. No one else has achieved such efficiency yet.
        1. Msi
          0
          4 November 2023 19: 57
          It can be effective.

          The most effective air defense in the world is Russian air defense...
          1. 0
            4 November 2023 21: 10
            Quote from Msi
            It can be effective.

            The most effective air defense in the world is Russian air defense...

            Satellite images will show how effective it is. The price of a salvo of 18 Shadow Storm is around 40 million dollars, the price of one Karakurt is around 100 million dollars.
            1. 0
              4 November 2023 23: 32
              Our Ministry of Defense does not publish satellite images, and we do not trust strangers. tongue
            2. 0
              5 November 2023 01: 26
              Was he completely burned out?
      2. +4
        4 November 2023 20: 02
        Impenetrable air defense is something that cannot be penetrated. And “conventional” air defense can both reflect ALL targets and NOT ALL targets. hi
    14. +12
      4 November 2023 19: 50
      Quote: Bulgarian_Chernomor

      In Kyiv, missiles have not penetrated the air defense for more than six months, and they have already stopped trying, only Geraniums are allowed in

      Since when did Kyiv become impenetrable? There was simply no order.
    15. Uno
      +4
      4 November 2023 20: 02
      And just to catch up, did I understand correctly that “up to 18 missiles” means at least up to 9 carrier aircraft?
      1. +1
        4 November 2023 20: 41
        Dill writes about Tu-141 swift. It is unclear where they got them from. Haven't they started production yet? request
        The squadron they had had to run out.
        Maybe they launched something else request
        1. +2
          4 November 2023 22: 15
          They have long since deployed the squadron into a separate regiment.
      2. +3
        4 November 2023 21: 46
        Quote from Uno
        And just to catch up, did I understand correctly that “up to 18 missiles” means at least up to 9 carrier aircraft?

        Up to 18 is from 1 to 18. It’s hard to say how they counted. Perhaps it was one missile that was counted eighteen times as it flew at low altitude and occasionally appeared on radar screens.
      3. -3
        4 November 2023 22: 21
        Quote from Uno
        And just to catch up, did I understand correctly that “up to 18 missiles” means at least up to 9 carrier aircraft?

        It would be interesting to know how many Konoshenkov have already shot down these Storms. Is anyone keeping count?
      4. 0
        5 November 2023 00: 53
        "up to 18 missiles" means
        the number of missiles is less than 18... also with “up to 9 aircraft”. Who came up with such phrases? More examples: “huge/terrible NUMBERS”, “ABOUT 18/9/...”, “UP TO the battalion/company/platoon...”, etc.
    16. +2
      4 November 2023 20: 09
      Quote: Bulgarian_Chernomor
      Quote: Warabey
      And where were the arrivals?

      By shipyard

      you raise your sting at the very beginning of the post and read the title)))) did you hit the bridge? didn’t get it.....why write nonsense and then persist in this nonsense??? Do you have any questions regarding the air defense covering the bridge?
      1. +4
        4 November 2023 22: 40
        The trajectory of the missiles shows that they were not aiming at the bridge. The goal was the docks, like in Sevastopol
    17. 0
      4 November 2023 20: 42
      The answer should be for Kyiv and Lemberg: they will understand.
    18. +4
      4 November 2023 20: 51
      The most interesting thing is the type of missiles that attacked. The standard export version of Storm Shadow cannot even fly to Kerch in a straight line, because the front line is more than 300 km away. As things stand, either the Germans caved in with the Taurus, or the British installed an upgraded version of the rocket. In any case, this is the longest cruise missile strike by the Ukrainian Armed Forces.
      1. 0
        4 November 2023 21: 16
        Quote from Escariot
        The standard export version of Storm Shadow cannot even fly to Kerch in a straight line, because the front line is more than 300 km away.

        Now I measured it on Google: from Rabotino to Kerch - 237 kilometers.
        1. -1
          4 November 2023 21: 24
          Quote: DenVB
          Quote from Escariot
          The standard export version of Storm Shadow cannot even fly to Kerch in a straight line, because the front line is more than 300 km away.

          Now I measured it on Google: from Rabotino to Kerch - 237 kilometers.

          Your truth. Meryl is from the Ugledar region. Nevertheless, taking into account the fact that Su-24s are unlikely to fly so close to the front line, and the missiles bypass air defense units and even attack from different directions, the range is under the limit of 300 km.
          1. +2
            4 November 2023 21: 32
            Quote from Escariot
            Nevertheless, taking into account the fact that Su-24s are unlikely to fly so close to the front line

            Why do you think so? They may well fly up to ten kilometers.

            Quote from Escariot
            and missiles bypass air defense nodes

            How do you know? And what kind of air defense centers are there on the Sea of ​​Azov?

            Quote from Escariot
            and even attacked from different directions

            They could change direction a few kilometers from the target.

            Quote from Escariot
            up to a range of 300 km.

            And what is the conclusion?
      2. +4
        4 November 2023 22: 33
        I don’t think they were supplied with an export version. It is produced to order and is unlikely to be available in ready-made form in England and France. And they probably gave the Ukrainians standard “Stormoshadows” and “Scalps” from the RAF and AdA warehouses, those whose shelf life is expiring. So they can fly 500 km, the question is purely political.
        1. osp
          +1
          5 November 2023 00: 28
          Most likely it is.
          Those missiles that are being discarded are given from their warehouses, but the export ones were sold somewhere earlier.
          But remember about MALD.
          There, the range is up to 800 km for the latest modifications.
          They have had them at least since May and have been hitting Lugansk.
    19. +4
      4 November 2023 21: 17
      I’m wondering: if the arrivals (or “falls of fragments of downed missiles,” according to the official version) were at a shipbuilding plant, then who and how determined that the target of the attack was the Crimean Bridge?
      1. 0
        4 November 2023 23: 36
        Journalists and other telegram channel experts know more than general staffs. Well, or things are better with their imagination.
    20. 0
      4 November 2023 21: 30

      While there are no details about repelling the attack, some of the missiles were shot down over Kerch, and fragments fell on the territory of the Butoma shipyard (Zaliv), although it is possible that the Ukrainian Armed Forces intended to hit a company building ships for the Russian fleet with some of the missiles.

      Curious where they came from? If they were shot down over Kerch, that means they passed through the entire airspace of the Crimean Peninsula, so you need to understand? And if so, then in general it turns out to be a shitty cloud of questions regarding air defense. sad
      1. -1
        4 November 2023 23: 38
        "There never was such a thing, and here it is again" (c)
      2. 0
        5 November 2023 02: 01
        Curious where they came from?
        Alternatively, from the sea, from a safe launch distance. And they entered the launch area “nicely” along the coast of Romania, Bulgaria, and Turkey. They could also go “home.”
    21. -1
      4 November 2023 21: 43
      The answer for every attempt on the Crimean bridge can only be the destruction of another dam on the Dnieper, in the territories controlled by the Ukrops. Everything else is not comparable in terms of the scale of harm. Cruel? Then remember the Kakhovka dam, the damage of which led to deprivation of water in the Russian regions, a large evacuation of the population from the Dnieper territories, a pre-emergency situation at the ZaPP and the loss of prepared positions on the left bank, which the dill are now trying to take full advantage of.
      Not humane? Then we look at the actions of representatives of Western civilization in the Middle East to Israel, to resolve issues of their security and defend their interests. am
    22. 0
      4 November 2023 21: 47
      Quote: Ovsigovets
      Quote: Bulgarian_Chernomor
      Quote: Warabey
      And where were the arrivals?

      By shipyard

      you raise your sting at the very beginning of the post and read the title)))) did you hit the bridge? didn’t get it.....why write nonsense and then persist in this nonsense??? Do you have any questions regarding the air defense covering the bridge?

      There are questions for the entire air defense - how, or where did the missiles get to Kerch? There's an answer? The USSR had air defense forces of the country, the defense was deeply echeloned. What's here? Can't we protect the peninsula? Where is the early warning system anyway? On paper, or rusting?! They've brought the country to a screeching halt, reporting to each other that everything is screwed up! There are no words, only interjections!!! I know what I'm talking about, more could be done, however...sad
      1. +2
        4 November 2023 22: 23
        Quote: Radikal
        Where is the early warning system anyway?

        Early warning systems have no side effects at all. With the same success, one can demand from it the detection of Mavik takeoffs.
    23. -1
      4 November 2023 21: 50
      They write that in the opposite direction there was a successful arrival at the construction site of the 128th brigade of the Ukrainian Armed Forces. It seems that the soldiers were solemnly awarded. For many, the awards became posthumous.
      1. +4
        4 November 2023 22: 19
        It was yesterday. We celebrated the day of missile forces and artillery. 25 people died, led by the deputy brigade commander.
    24. -3
      4 November 2023 22: 18
      Quote: Radikal
      Quote: Ovsigovets
      Quote: Bulgarian_Chernomor
      Quote: Warabey
      And where were the arrivals?

      By shipyard

      you raise your sting at the very beginning of the post and read the title)))) did you hit the bridge? didn’t get it.....why write nonsense and then persist in this nonsense??? Do you have any questions regarding the air defense covering the bridge?

      There are questions for the entire air defense - how, or where did the missiles get to Kerch? There's an answer? The USSR had air defense forces of the country, the defense was deeply echeloned. What's here? Can't we protect the peninsula? Where is the early warning system anyway? On paper, or rusting?! They've brought the country to a screeching halt, reporting to each other that everything is screwed up! There are no words, only interjections!!! I know what I'm talking about, more could be done, however...sad

      you raise your sting to the beginning of the post and read the title))))) and hello to you too)))) that’s how the topic will be called with the words “air defense of the country” or “air defense of the Crimea” and there will be no questions..... The article is called quite specifically , and not about everything and nothing
    25. +2
      4 November 2023 22: 34
      We have not heard anything about the use of Voronezh-type over-the-horizon radars in the North Military District in Mordovia. We were promised that these stations are capable of seeing aircraft takeoff from European airfields with a blind zone of 900 km. From Ufa to Donetsk it’s about 1500 km, everything should work.
      1. 0
        4 November 2023 23: 43
        Do you still believe their promises? I'm jealous...
      2. osp
        -1
        5 November 2023 00: 25
        They usually see ballistic targets such as SLBMs or RSDs, and the detection accuracy is not the same - it is not suitable for issuing to fire weapons.
      3. +1
        5 November 2023 13: 44
        They also said that our radars are used to accompany the Israeli Air Force from the moment the engine is started, and in Kaliningrad they deployed a radar that can even see a flock of birds in the Azores... I’m not even talking about the “Khibiny”, from which the US Navy destroyer in Cherny The sea almost ran aground. And the analog-free Burevestnik missile. with photos during testing. However, a day later it turned out that the photo shows an aerial refueling unit on an Il-78.
    26. 0
      4 November 2023 23: 39
      Nah. Efficiency at its best.
      The sky is not even under guard, but under lock and key.
      Pah-pah-pah, so as not to jinx it...
    27. osp
      +1
      5 November 2023 00: 24
      Quote from Escariot
      The most interesting thing is the type of missiles that attacked. The standard export version of Storm Shadow cannot even fly to Kerch in a straight line, because the front line is more than 300 km away. As things stand, either the Germans caved in with the Taurus, or the British installed an upgraded version of the rocket. In any case, this is the longest cruise missile strike by the Ukrainian Armed Forces.

      The MALD decoy missiles they are given have a range of up to 800 km in the latest modifications.
      They are launched to distract air defenses; their silhouette, speed and flight profile are no different from the missile defense.

    28. +1
      5 November 2023 00: 33
      some of the missiles were shot down over Kerch...it is possible that the Ukrainian Armed Forces intended to hit a company building ships for the Russian fleet with some of the missiles


      And Ukrainians in all TV channels are celebrating the defeat of the Askold MRK in Kerch.
      They rejoice. They write about as many as 3 hits on him.
      1. +3
        5 November 2023 00: 59
        Quote from: dump22
        MRK "Askold" in Kerch.

        Russian Defense Ministry: On November 4, the Ukrainian Armed Forces launched a strike with 15 cruise missiles at the shipbuilding plant named after. Butomy in Kerch.

        13 missiles were shot down by air defense systems. As a result of the hit, the ship in dry dock was damaged.

        @voenkorKotenok
        1. +1
          5 November 2023 01: 21
          He was moored first in line. Highest chance of hitting.
        2. +5
          5 November 2023 01: 29
          Yes, things suck.
          If our Ministry of Defense recognized the “damage” so quickly, it means they really seriously hurt us.
    29. osp
      0
      5 November 2023 00: 44
      These are some interesting rockets.
      From Kerch to Kherson (and even more so to Odessa and Zmeinoye), where they usually have supposed launch boundaries, the distance is more than 400 km.
      Yes, and fly across the entire peninsula.
      But even the basic modifications (for NATO countries) “Shadows” and “Scalps” have a range of barely more than 500 km, although they are not allowed to reach such a range in combat conditions.
      Then some then some others.
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    31. -1
      5 November 2023 01: 34
      and how long will this exchange of suitcases last? neither side has the strength for an unconditional victory. the military did everything they could....it's time for politicians to take the process into their own hands.
      1. -1
        5 November 2023 13: 39
        Who started the mess - the military or the politicians? And how many of them died in the trenches?
    32. 0
      5 November 2023 02: 09
      decided to ruin our holiday, bitches
    33. osp
      0
      5 November 2023 02: 35
      The Ministry of Defense reports that there are 15 missiles.
      What a twist!
      So what happens? This (+MALD decoys) must have been about a dozen carriers?
      That turns out to be a dozen Su-24Ms, all of which remained in use by the Ukrainian Armed Forces.

      And it looks like not a single plane was spotted.

      And how many reports there were that these same Su-24s were destroyed both in the air and on the ground.
      Moreover, quite recently.
      And it turned out that they still exist.
    34. 0
      5 November 2023 02: 44
      Maybe with a nuclear dagger at the plant who produces missiles? Well, like the United States, the Russian Federation must warn that if they do not stop providing such missiles, the Russian Federation will be forced to destroy these factories with nuclear dagger missiles)))
      1. +2
        5 November 2023 03: 55
        Quote: opuonmed
        Maybe with a nuclear dagger at the plant who produces missiles? Well, like the United States, the Russian Federation must warn that if they do not stop providing such missiles, the Russian Federation will be forced to destroy these factories with nuclear dagger missiles)))

        If you hit Great Britain (that’s where these missiles are fired), then you can immediately run into a retaliatory strike from NATO.
    35. +6
      5 November 2023 08: 23
      Here, in a week, more than 20 planes were shot down, but it turns out that a dozen are flying at once and missiles are being launched and not shot down
    36. -1
      5 November 2023 11: 39
      And the chubaks will continue to claim that tying an action to a specific date is something only “underdeveloped imperial Russians” do? And that the “civilized Europeans” Ukrainians don’t do this?
    37. +2
      5 November 2023 13: 37
      A day later, the smoke began to clear. It turned out that the strikes were not aimed at the Crimean Bridge, but at the ship repair plant in Kerch. Moreover, there were two hits, damaging one of the RTOs under construction. Even the Moscow Region recognized it! There is still a war of numbers going on regarding missiles. Now 18, now 15, and all of them are French missiles worth 5 million euros each... Hmm, even it took only two to destroy the flagship of the Nuclear Forces.. And where does the Ukrainian Armed Forces have so many carriers, and at the same time? It is alleged that four Su-24Ms from the airbase in Starokonstantinov were used. Even so, each could carry two missiles, that is, there could not be more than eight missiles in total. If you shot down six, then two missed is a bad rating for air defense. The blizzard is being driven from both sides, including in VO. In Konashenkov’s office they answer: “You don’t know anything that you’re not supposed to know. Listen only to official information. And don’t rock the boat!”
      1. 0
        5 November 2023 18: 40
        The boat has been rocking for a long time, has even tilted once in one direction, the question is when in the other

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