At least it is out of service!.
I actually seen a video of aftermath of such strike against another cannon and it was less than spectacular , it seemed Russia cheeped out on the drone and for shrapnel they cut some construction material , as the result the number of shrapnel and its penetration capability was less than desired , according to the guys who operated it they only need to change the tireIt's at the very least the howitzer was severely damaged. In Ukraine'scase that's much worse than the howitzer being completely destroyed, because now it has to travel 1000 KM to Poland for repair and then 1000 KM back to the front. Some claim that this is the reason why the Russians haven't resorted to destroying the bridges over the Dnieper. Why bother when all that back and force is putting an unbearable strain on the Ukrainian military.
As Napoleon once said "The amateurs discuss strategy, the professionals discuss logistics"
I wonder why they didn;t. Are they simply turncoats? As simple as that?Great news,[if true]🤔
Tho I have to say,it is actually pretty fvcking pathetic that the idiots running armenia wasted all of this time before finally deciding to purchase iranian drones.
Thats a bit of a difficult one,and in all honesty I really dont know why,I mean its not like they had many choices as far as suppliers of military drones are concerned,as there are only a literal handful of top tier level military drone producers on the planet,and if you take away the western/western aligned ones,then that only really leaves iran and china and basically thats about it.I wonder why they didn;t. Are they simply turncoats? As simple as that?