Censor.NET reports citing an article by the international investigative community InformNapalm.
On March 9, volunteers of InformNapalm international intelligence community published a new article analyzing data from the office computer of the reconnaissance commander of the so-called 2nd Army Corps of the "LPR." A document presented in the article disclosed detailed information on who, when and in what quantities supplied the units of the occupation forces and terrorists with this type of military equipment.
Previously, the InformNapalm OSINT investigations several times disclosed the PSNR-8 Kredo-M1 stations, but in those cases , , and  the station belonged to the units of the 1st Army Corps - the Russian occupying forces in the Donetsk region.
In this investigation, additional photo evidence of PSNR-8 stations being in the possession of the terrorists from the so-called 10th Artillery Brigade of the LPR (the 10th SABr, military unit L-23213, Luhansk) of the 2nd AC are presented.
The photos were found in the Odnoklassniki account of Anton Borisovich Ilyushchenko, a collaborator from Sloviansk disguised as "Anton Yevreev."
Anton Ilyushchenko's video titled My Life compiled evidence that he serves in the so-called 10th Artillery Brigade of the 2nd AC of the Russian occupation army in the Luhansk region. Below are some of the most interesting photos.
Anton Ilyushchenko inside a large repair hangar in the territory of the so-called Transpele base in Luhansk.
Here is a photo taken in the same building on the background of the Russian BPM-97 Vystrel armored vehicle. These vehicles were repeatedly recorded at the Transpele base. It proves that the terrorist groups are supplied with Russian weapons and equipment.
The tactical sign of the so-called 10th Artillery Brigade of the 2nd AC of the Russian occupation forces is the number 10 placed in a square. Below is a photo where Anton Ilyushchenko poses in front of military equipment with this tactical sign.
Here is a photo of Ilyushchenko with the Russian PSNR-8 Kredo-M1 portable ground reconnaissance station.
The photo above shows a characteristic fence which wraps around almost the entire perimeter of the territory of the Transpele base.
Next, there is a photo taken at the test site located near the Transpele base. Coordinates of the place where the photo was taken are: 48.5392185, 39.3634316
The distinctive characteristic to identify the terrain in the photo is a pine forest with a small old birch grove in front of it (http://www.panoramio.com/photo/85522693) that has a large number of broken trees from which only stumps and trunks remained.
"Thus, this investigation presents another fact that Russian weapons and equipment are located at the Transpele base in Luhansk. Collaborators actively betray secrets of the Russian hybrid army in social media providing more and more evidence of Russia's military invasion of Ukraine. The most complete list of military equipment recorded during the InformNapalm's investigations can be found in the database here. As of March 22, 2017, there are 43 types of weapons with photos and video evidence in the database," the authors of the article wrote.
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