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The Russian Armed Forces destroyed an American Abrams tank for the first time in the Northern Military District zone

The Russian Armed Forces destroyed an American Abrams tank for the first time in the Northern Military District zoneAfter, how during the failed Ukrainian counteroffensive in the Northern Military District zone, German Leopard tanks burned en masse, Many of our compatriots had a question, When will the famous American M1A2 Abrams join the German “cats”?? Besides, Russian actor Ivan Okhlobystin even promised 10 million rubles for fighters, which will destroy the “miracle machine” from the USA.

Recall, that Kyiv received the above-mentioned tanks from Washington back in September last year. At the same time, not a single American MBT was destroyed by our military. Up to this day.

According to Russian military correspondents, the first M1A2 Abrams was burned by soldiers of the 15th brigade in Berdychi, in the northwest of liberated Avdeevka.

It is worth noting, that material was published on VO literally today, where was the American tank mentioned?, riding alone through the streets of the above-mentioned locality, where the Ukrainian Armed Forces decided to set up the next line of defense.

reported, that the car was tracked down by Zala operators. Then the M1A2 Abrams was hit by a kamikaze drone, and in pursuit the fighters 15 brigade finished him off with a grenade launcher.

Footage of the burning Abrams is published by the Solovyov TG channel.

It should be added, that the first American tank was destroyed only almost five months after its arrival in Ukraine not because, that he is so invulnerable. Just before this APU, at the urgent request of American partners, did not throw the US Armed Forces MBT into battle, and was used mainly as artillery.

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