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ID

OSMP578

Date

10 October 2022

Source

Location

Year

Munition Category

Functional use

Tentative Model

Research Organisation

Base Colour

Marking Colour

Marking Script

Condition

Mechanical Feature

Guidance

Domain

Calibre

External Research

Bellingcat

Visual evidence and photographs of remains of the missiles show that many that were launched on 10 and 11 October 2022 were winged cruise missiles, of the sea-launched Kalibr (3M-14), the land-launched R-500 (9M728) for the Iskander system, and air-launched Kh-101 types. These missiles are touted by Russia as high-precision weapons that only destroy relevant military targets. However, since the start of Russia’s invasion, long-range cruise missiles have repeatedly destroyed civilian infrastructure and caused hundreds of civilian deaths and injuries – for example when a cruise missile hit residential areas in Odesa and Mykolaiv earlier this summer.

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