Video Shows Bradley Combat Vehicle Destroying Russia’s Most Advanced Tank

Video shows Bradley combat vehicle destroying Russia's most advanced tank. Photo and video: Twitter @DefenceU
Video shows Bradley combat vehicle destroying Russia’s most advanced tank. Photo: Flicker

Ukrainian troops destroyed Russia’s most modern tank, the T-90M Proryv, using two M2A2-ODS Bradley combat vehicles.

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In a recent encounter in the village of Stepove, Ukrainian troops faced a Russian T-90M “Proryv” tank at an extremely close distance, coordinating the combat with the aid of reconnaissance drones, according to reports from Militarnyi.

The Ukrainian forces, using precise tactics, managed to disrupt the tank’s combat system, causing its turret to spin uncontrollably. This attack led the tank to collide with trees and stop, forcing the Russian crew to abandon the disabled vehicle. These events were confirmed by images captured by a reconnaissance drone.

Military eyewitnesses reported that the majority of the operation was successfully executed by two Bradley armored vehicles. Combat images showed the effective neutralization of the T-90M “Proryv,” a tank that represents the modernization of Russia’s main battle tank T-90, equipped with improved armor, a more efficient 125 mm main cannon, and active and passive protection systems.

While Russian state media promotes the T-90M Proryv as the world’s most advanced armored vehicle, suitable for modern warfare, this incident demonstrates significant vulnerabilities. Russian President Vladimir Putin, in interviews with pro-Russian military bloggers, stated that the so-called “special military operation” in Ukraine confirmed the superiority of the T-90M Proryv as the world’s best main battle tank.

M2A2-ODS Bradley
M2A2-ODS Bradley. Photo: Flicker

This notable episode in the conflict between Ukraine and Russia underscores the significant support provided by the United States to Ukraine, evidenced by the supply of 109 M2A2-ODS Bradleys and four B-FIT variant combat vehicles, reinforcing Ukrainian resistance in the face of the Russian offensive.

Photo and video: Twitter @DefenceU

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