Russian invaders sending antiquated anti-aircraft guns to front
Anti-aircraft installation S-60 (Photo:Department of Strategic Communications of the Armed Forces/Telegram)
Invading Russian forces are transferring S-60 anti-aircraft guns from the 1940s to the front, the Ukrainian government’s Center for Strategic Communications, or StratCom, said in a Telegram messenger post on Oct. 15.
“Another batch of prehistoric cr*p that the Katsaps (Russians) are dragging to the front,” StratCom said.
“These are S-60 anti-aircraft guns.”
The S-60 anti-aircraft artillery system, which uses AZP-57 mm anti-aircraft guns, was developed in the mid-1940s.
Previously, these systems had been kept in storage by Russia, and were not in active service.
The S-60 was the first Soviet anti-aircraft gun with a remote guidance system.
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