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Krasukha-4: Russian electronic warfare system reportedly falls into the hands of Ukrainian forces

According to multiple sources, Ukrainian forces captured during the battles a part of one of the most powerful electronic warfare systems in Russia, the Krasukha-4.

Krasukha-4: Russian electronic warfare system reportedly falls into the hands of Ukrainian forces
PHOTO: UA Arms Tracker

If the Ukrainians give the system to the United States, it could reveal many of Russia’s military secrets regarding the operation of the system.

The Krasukha-4 command unit was found abandoned on the outskirts of Kyiv, with some damage but largely complete.

Many photos of the system uploaded to social media show the container housing one of the two parts of the Krasukha-4 being covered by tree branches.

A complete Krasukha-4 system is a two-part system consisting of a command unit and an electronic warfare system mounted on two different trucks.

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