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Ukrainian Drone Team Destroys Parked Russian Armor

Published May 29, 2022

Members of a Ukrainian drone team drop munitions on top of staged Russian armor near a forward operating base for Russia's combat operations in Zaporizhzhia.


From the video itself, it doesn't appear as if any Russian troops were killed in this engagement. It appears as if the Ukrainians objective was simply to destroy Russian vehicles before they could be further used to expand the capabilities of Russian forces in the area. This is a diminishing tactic most likely used to prevent any sort of freedom of movement throughout the greater area of operations.


That said, the drone footage also doesn't show the full picture. While it does provide a strong macro look at the situation, there could be casualties off screen that are never seen. It's important to remember that while combat footage does give us a picture of the situation on the ground, we are still only seeing a 2D image of the reality the guys fighting are actually seeing.


josh brooks

Published May 29, 2022

Members of a Ukrainian drone team drop munitions on top of staged Russian armor near a forward operating base for Russia's combat operations in Zaporizhzhia.


From the video itself, it doesn't appear as if any Russian troops were killed in this engagement. It appears as if the Ukrainians objective was simply to destroy Russian vehicles before they could be further used to expand the capabilities of Russian forces in the area. This is a diminishing tactic most likely used to prevent any sort of freedom of movement throughout the greater area of operations.


That said, the drone footage also doesn't show the full picture. While it does provide a strong macro look at the situation, there could be casualties off screen that are never seen. It's important to remember that while combat footage does give us a picture of the situation on the ground, we are still only seeing a 2D image of the reality the guys fighting are actually seeing.


josh brooks

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