Russian Army Deep Inside Ukraine; Part II
On December 31, 2014, we reported that the Russian-backed separatists in Ukraine appeared to have received a new supply of armor from Russia. This video revealed the presence of the BPM-97, which stands for Boyevaya Pogranichnaya Mashina (“Combat Border Vehicle”) used by the Russian border guards, which are part of the Federal Security Service or FSB. This vehicle is not known to be in service in Ukraine.
The terrain visible in the video appeared at first to be flat and nearly featureless and it seemed it would be difficult to locate this area. But by matching other clues on social media, we were able to geolocate the Russian armor inside Ukraine.
This video is labeled “LNR [‘Lugansk People’s Republic’] Began Large-Scale Exercises Not from from Front Line”.
The man in the cap with the red star speaking is Col. Kiselyev, deputy head of the LNR People’s Militia, or…
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