USV Bomb Boats Sink 2 Russian Landing Ships

Ukraine carried out two unmanned surface vessel (USV) bomb boat attacks against Russian Black Sea Fleet landing ships on the east of the occupied Crimean peninsula. The strikes reportedly resulted in both Russian vessels being sunk.


According the the Ukrainian GUR: “The results of reconnaissance conducted on November 10, 2023 in the Uzka Bay area on the territory of temporarily occupied Crimea indicate that small amphibious ships of the Russian Navy were destroyed after an attack by surface attack drones.


According to the new findings, two boats of the occupiers were damaged: one ship of the older project 1176 “Shark”, the other newer – project 11770 “Serna”.


As a result of the attack, both Russian ships ran aground: “Shark” – immediately, “Serna” – unsuccessfully fought for survival, but also sank.”


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Ukraine carried out two unmanned surface vessel (USV) bomb boat attacks against Russian Black Sea Fleet landing ships on the east of the occupied Crimean peninsula. The strikes reportedly resulted in both Russian vessels being sunk.


According the the Ukrainian GUR: “The results of reconnaissance conducted on November 10, 2023 in the Uzka Bay area on the territory of temporarily occupied Crimea indicate that small amphibious ships of the Russian Navy were destroyed after an attack by surface attack drones.


According to the new findings, two boats of the occupiers were damaged: one ship of the older project 1176 “Shark”, the other newer – project 11770 “Serna”.


As a result of the attack, both Russian ships ran aground: “Shark” – immediately, “Serna” – unsuccessfully fought for survival, but also sank.”


About the Author

Author's Photo

Will Killmore

Will Killmore is a US Army combat infantry veteran and Purple Heart recipient. He has deployments to Iraq and Afghanistan with the 172nd Stryker Brigade and 173rd Airborne Brigade. Following his time in service, he successfully pursued a certificate of journalism and has been a blogger for Funker530 since 2014. Follow Will’s bad takes on Twitter

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