Two reinforced bunkers to shelter soldiers from attacks have been delivered to the front from The People’s Project.
They were needed because near the “Butovka-Donetsk” mine, Russian terrorists are constantly firing missiles and shelling with large caliber mortars. The soldiers requested the dugouts because without them the position would be impossible to defend.
To deliver the bunkers to the front immediately one volunteer immediately responded, but two days before the scheduled departure, he said that, unfortunately, he could not go.
However, other volunteers responded as well as three soldiers (one from “Aydar” Battalion and two commandos). The delivery vehicle was provided by the 3rd Regiment. The driver was wounded in Shyrokyne with his heel severed during shelling by Russian terrorists (he underwent 15 operations in the Vinnitsa hospital) he also received many additional wounds and contusions and was only recently discharged from hospital in Kyiv.
Initially, the bunkers were loaded onto two “Ural” military vehicles in the Karlivka Poltava region and then sent to the front.
Currently, the two bunkers have been set up in the required area. However, there remains a huge need for other such dugouts at the front. They are specially reinforced and have been tested to see if they withstand explosions. Prior to their delivery, soldiers were forced to take cover from fire and sleep in dilapidated buildings. It is our goal that all boys return from the war unharmed.
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