Howitzer M777 destroyed a battery of Russian self-propelled guns 2S3 "Acacia" (video)

Artillery of the Armed Forces of Ukraine destroyed a battery of enemy self-propelled guns 2S3 "Acacia".

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It is reported by the Command of the Air Assaulttroops of the Armed Forces of Ukraine. Artillerymen used American M777 howitzers to destroy Russian self-propelled guns. What is left of the enemy equipment can be seen in the video.

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2S3 "Acacia" is a self-propelled gun of 152-mm caliber.It was released in 1971, and in the late 70s of the last century, the 2S3M modernization appeared. The artillery mount is used to destroy mortar batteries, rocket launchers, tanks and enemy manpower.

Source: Command of the Air Assault Troops of the Armed Forces of Ukraine

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