SBU successfully destroys Russian “Nebo-SVU” radar in Zaporizzhya region

In Zaporizhzhia, not far from occupied Melitopol, military counterintelligence officers of the Security Service of Ukraine (SBU) destroyed a Russian radar station “Nebo-SVU”.

The video of the destruction was posted by journalist Mykhailo Tkach on his Telegram channel.

The enemy radar was detected with the help of the Shark unmanned aerial vehicle.

The journalist raised money for this complex together with the NGO BON.

“The Shark flew “behind the enemy’s collar” at a distance of more than 70 kilometers and practically corrected the missile near the object so that the fragmented warhead hit the target,” the journalist wrote about the detection of the enemy radar.

The radar station was hit, again, according to Mykhailo Tkach, with an M30A1 ammunition fired from a HIMARS:

Cyberboroshnya has already established the exact geolocation: near the village of Kalynivka in Zaporizhzhia region at coordinates 46.909139, 35.754751:

This is not the first defeat of the Nebo family of radars. In May, we wrote about the defeat of Nebo-M near Luhansk, and in November 2023, about the defeat of the 55Zh6 Nebo radar in the Kursk region by the GUR. In another case, special forces from the SBU’s Special Operations Center “A” hit a Russian surveillance radar “Nebo-U” in September 23. These are just the latest documented cases known to the public.

Radar from the 55Zh6M Nebo-M complex. Photo: Vitaly V. Kuzmin

The Nebo family of radars is designed to detect, locate and track airborne targets of various classes: aircraft, cruise and ballistic missiles and other small and stealthy aircraft at long ranges and altitudes.

The family was launched back in the Soviet Union and further developed by the Russian military-industrial complex.

Source Military
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