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POV From Russian Tank Fighting Near Kharkiv

Published 3 months ago

Footage recorded on an action camera mounted to the front of a Russian tank near Kharkiv captures the Russian perspective of the fighting on the front-lines.


While the date that this footage was recorded is currently unknown, the location is somewhere on the road to Kharkiv. We're looking at the point of view of a Russian tank that is attacking towards Ukrainian positions inside the Kharkiv region. While we can't tell what the target is, I do find it interesting that the armor pulls up right next to an already destroyed vehicle of some time to take its shots before retreating back out of what is presumably the range of ATGM weapon stations that are guarding this specific avenue of approach.


This is the kind of combat footage I was hoping the Russians would be releasing more often in this combat, as it gives us better insight into how their troops are adapting and operating with the new modern threats they're facing from their near peer adversary in the Ukrainian military. This type of footage is also much hard to scrub and distort, as it shows actual combat operations for a change instead of the usual Russian fluffing that we've been seeing.


josh brooks

Published 3 months ago

Footage recorded on an action camera mounted to the front of a Russian tank near Kharkiv captures the Russian perspective of the fighting on the front-lines.


While the date that this footage was recorded is currently unknown, the location is somewhere on the road to Kharkiv. We're looking at the point of view of a Russian tank that is attacking towards Ukrainian positions inside the Kharkiv region. While we can't tell what the target is, I do find it interesting that the armor pulls up right next to an already destroyed vehicle of some time to take its shots before retreating back out of what is presumably the range of ATGM weapon stations that are guarding this specific avenue of approach.


This is the kind of combat footage I was hoping the Russians would be releasing more often in this combat, as it gives us better insight into how their troops are adapting and operating with the new modern threats they're facing from their near peer adversary in the Ukrainian military. This type of footage is also much hard to scrub and distort, as it shows actual combat operations for a change instead of the usual Russian fluffing that we've been seeing.


josh brooks

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