The Ukrainian military seized another valuable trophy in Kharkiv Oblast - the R-934BMV station for the "Borisoglebsk-2" REB complex
The Borisoglebsk-2 complex is designed to jam satellite communications and radio navigation systems of the enemy. The development of the project began in 2009. In 2010 the first tests of the system were carried out, and in 2011 it went into mass production. The Russian army received the first 8 complexes in 2013.
The Borisoglebsk-2 complex has nine vehicles with different sets of equipment. All vehicles are based on an armored MT-LB tractor. The "Borisoglebsk-2" is supplied with diesel generators. If necessary, the complex can be connected to the network with a voltage of 220 or 380 V.