In a video that I swear isn't a repost, a Russian Ka-52 is brought down by a Ukrainian MANPAD team. The entire video is captured on a Ukrainian recon drone.
Look guys, I know Will has been reposting all of my old videos today, but you gotta give us a break. See the video above? It kind of looks a lot like this video, right? Here's the thing, the war in Ukraine is pumping out terabytes of 5mb videos every single day, with much of the terrain, equipment, and combat looking exactly the same. No matter what Will and I do right now, we are going to accidentally repost some content, because it's hard to keep all of these bird's eye view videos sorted, catalogued, and moving in a straight line.
Will and I cover down on about 50 different sources currently just covering the Ukraine war. These range from individual telegram channels and chats, and OSINT sources like liveuamap, down to very obvious locations like Instagram, TikTok, Twitter, and Reddit. He and I also don't frequent the exact same locations, because if we did there would be even more overlap. That said, because he and I are running in different circles to source footage, we often get longer version or additional context when we step on each other which occasionally means the "repost" isn't a repost at all, but a post that adds additional context to the original post for you all.
All of that put out into a blog post however, the video up above was recently recorded in Zaporizhzhia, Ukraine. It shows a Russian Ka-52 straying too far into Ukrainian territory where it was subsequently brought down by a Ukrainian MANPAD team.
Try not to be so mean to Will. You guys hurt his feelers. (Not really, he just typed lol in our group chat and sent a gif from the hangover before going back offline.)