(NSFW) Russian Troops Still Don't Understand Drone Concept

It's apparent that Russian front line troops are getting no information or training on their number one threat: drones. Two Russian soldiers are shown seeking cover in an artillery crater, which would be helpful in a direct fire gun battle with artillery and mortars impacting, but that era of warfare has come and gone.


These soldiers' primary threat is armed drones, and for some reason, they are taking measures to provide the best possible target for Ukrainian drone operators. They lay on the ground, making themselves a larger, more visible target to the eyes in the sky. They hide in a blast crater, which ensures any there is no concealment from overhead viewing and all nearby shrubbery that could possibly entangle the drone has been blown away by the previous blast. They hold still, giving the drone operator the ability to attack at his leisure.


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Will Killmore is a US Army combat infantry veteran and Purple Heart recipient. He has deployments to Iraq and Afghanistan with the 172nd Stryker Brigade and 173rd Airborne Brigade. Following his time in service, he successfully pursued a certificate of journalism and has been a blogger for Funker530 since 2014. Follow Will’s bad takes on Twitter

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It's apparent that Russian front line troops are getting no information or training on their number one threat: drones. Two Russian soldiers are shown seeking cover in an artillery crater, which would be helpful in a direct fire gun battle with artillery and mortars impacting, but that era of warfare has come and gone.


These soldiers' primary threat is armed drones, and for some reason, they are taking measures to provide the best possible target for Ukrainian drone operators. They lay on the ground, making themselves a larger, more visible target to the eyes in the sky. They hide in a blast crater, which ensures any there is no concealment from overhead viewing and all nearby shrubbery that could possibly entangle the drone has been blown away by the previous blast. They hold still, giving the drone operator the ability to attack at his leisure.


About the Author

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Will Killmore

Will Killmore is a US Army combat infantry veteran and Purple Heart recipient. He has deployments to Iraq and Afghanistan with the 172nd Stryker Brigade and 173rd Airborne Brigade. Following his time in service, he successfully pursued a certificate of journalism and has been a blogger for Funker530 since 2014. Follow Will’s bad takes on Twitter

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