Drone Operator Scores Direct Hit on Open BMP Hatch

Published 6 months ago

Drone footage from the Eastern Front in Ukraine shows just how accurate the drone operators in Ukraine are becoming with their newly created commercial drone weapon systems.


Keep in mind while you're watching this that you're most likely looking at a 3D printed piece of plastic on the bottom of the drone actuated by a small light signature that triggers the device to open. There is no aiming reticle on the drone, unless the Ukrainians have made something out of tape and nail polish to tape onto the controller device. They've literally just practiced so much that they can guesstimate where the bomblet is going to fall, and some of them are now capable of dropping rounds into open BMP and tank hatches.


josh brooks

Published 6 months ago

Drone footage from the Eastern Front in Ukraine shows just how accurate the drone operators in Ukraine are becoming with their newly created commercial drone weapon systems.


Keep in mind while you're watching this that you're most likely looking at a 3D printed piece of plastic on the bottom of the drone actuated by a small light signature that triggers the device to open. There is no aiming reticle on the drone, unless the Ukrainians have made something out of tape and nail polish to tape onto the controller device. They've literally just practiced so much that they can guesstimate where the bomblet is going to fall, and some of them are now capable of dropping rounds into open BMP and tank hatches.


josh brooks

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