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Converted Commercial Drone Drops Munitions on Russian Position

Published March 25, 2022

Ukrainian drone pilots show off and showcase a civilian commercial drone that's been converted to drop payloads directly onto Russian positions.


The location and date of the strike featured in this video are unknown at this time. We know that the target was a Russian fighting position.


We're not looking at a new concept in this video. In fact, we're looking at a tactic that's been used by Syrian Rebels, Islamic State fighters, Azerbaijani militants, and even the Russian Separatists since around 2014. For years and years NATO and the U.S. Military has been looking at technological solution for the problem of converted drones, and so far they have yielded almost no solid solution.


The most solid solution that we have seen thus far is solid marksmanship from attentive ground troops, as these drones have to hover for a brief period of time as they acquire the target, and directly before they deliver their payloads.


josh brooks

Published March 25, 2022

Ukrainian drone pilots show off and showcase a civilian commercial drone that's been converted to drop payloads directly onto Russian positions.


The location and date of the strike featured in this video are unknown at this time. We know that the target was a Russian fighting position.


We're not looking at a new concept in this video. In fact, we're looking at a tactic that's been used by Syrian Rebels, Islamic State fighters, Azerbaijani militants, and even the Russian Separatists since around 2014. For years and years NATO and the U.S. Military has been looking at technological solution for the problem of converted drones, and so far they have yielded almost no solid solution.


The most solid solution that we have seen thus far is solid marksmanship from attentive ground troops, as these drones have to hover for a brief period of time as they acquire the target, and directly before they deliver their payloads.


josh brooks

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