The ongoing conflict between Russia and Ukraine has witnessed a disturbing shift in tactics as Moscow appears to be employing a new strategy involving the utilization of Iskander missiles.

Recent reports have highlighted the Russian military’s adoption of successive strikes using these tactical missiles, causing significant concern and alarm among Ukrainian military personnel.

Changing Tactics: Iskander Missiles Unleashed in Successive Strikes

The Iskander mobile short-range ballistic missiles, known for their battlefield precision and lethality, have traditionally been utilized by Russia in a manner that allowed adversaries, including the Ukrainian military, to anticipate a single strike.

However, reports emerging from leading Russian military correspondent Alexander Kots suggest a departure from this established pattern.

Kots, a seasoned observer of Russian frontline operations, has noted a concerning trend in which Iskander missiles are fired successively at the same target.

This change in tactics has caught Ukrainian forces off guard, as they have been accustomed to expecting and countering a single strike.

The quick deployment of subsequent missiles has resulted in a higher casualty count, leaving Ukrainian soldiers stunned and in shock.