Russia’s Zemledeliye Remote Mining System Destroys 500+ Ukrainian Tanks, Armored Vehicles: MoD

Resembling a Multiple Launch Rocket System, the Zemledeliye launcher deploys shells containing anti-personnel or anti-tank mines.
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  • 04:51 AM, January 22, 2024
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Russia’s Zemledeliye Remote Mining System Destroys 500+ Ukrainian Tanks, Armored Vehicles: MoD
Zemledeliye engineering remote mining system

Russia’s Defense Ministry has claimed that the Zemledeliye engineering remote mining system has caused substantial losses to the Ukrainians, surpassing 500 units of combat, special, and military hardware, including Bradley infantry fighting vehicles, Leopard tanks, and other Western-supplied models.

Resembling a Multiple Launch Rocket System (MLRS), the Zemledeliye launcher deploys shells containing anti-personnel or anti-tank mines. Each ammunition set includes two containers, each loaded with 25 missiles, covering an extensive area with a single salvo.

Setting it apart from its counterparts, the Zemledeliye system boasts automatic coordination of minefield coordinates and the ability to preset the self-destruction time of mines. This feature ensures swift and secure demining operations post-conflict, amplifying its impact on military strategy.

Deployed actively in special military operation zones, the Zemledeliye system has proven highly effective, causing substantial losses to the enemy, surpassing 500 units of combat, special, and military hardware. Notably, Bradley infantry fighting vehicles and Leopard tanks, among other Western-supplied models, have succumbed to the prowess of this innovative remote mine clearance system.

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