|Chuhuiv air base attack|
|Part of the 2022 Russian invasion of Ukraine|
Chuhuiv air base, as it appeared in 2008
|Ukrainian Armed Forces||Russian Armed Forces|
|Casualties and losses|
|Fuel tanks and infrastructure destroyed||None|
Chuhuiv air base is located in the city of Chuhuiv in Kharkiv Oblast in Ukraine. The air base housed Baykar Bayraktar TB2 drones, as well as the military airfields in Starokostyantyniv and Mykolaiv.
In the opening hours of the Russian military invasion of Ukraine, a Russian missile attack targeted the Chuhuiv air base. Following the attack the US based Space Technologies company Maxar published satellite images depicting damage resulting from the missile strike. According to open-source intelligence information the attack left damage to fuel storage areas and other airport infrastructure.
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- Sheetz, Michael. "Satellite imagery shows Russian attack on Ukraine from space". CNBC.