Ukrainian Soldier Awarded For Telling Russian Ship to "Go F*** Itself"

New footage released today, shows Roman Hrybov, the Ukrainian soldier from Snake Island who spoke the most empowering words from the ongoing Russia-Ukraine conflict, "Russian Warship, Go F*** Yourself", receiving an award for his courageous act.


During the first few days of the invasion, footage showing this iconic moment surfaced on the internet, showing a Russian warship surrounding the small group of 13 soldiers on Snake Island, requesting them to surrender. Maintaining their battle-hardened integrity, the soldiers of Snake Island refused to surrender. It was later rumored that all 13 troops had been killed during the following attack.


Several days after the empowering story was discovered, Ukrainian Naval intelligence discovered that the 13 Ukrainian soldiers were in fact alive and were taken aboard the Russian vessel as prisoners of war. As a result, the 13 Ukrainian soldiers were exchanged for 11 Russian merchant marines rescued from a ship that sank off the coast of Odesa.


If you haven't already, make sure you head over to our store to get yourself a "Go F*** Yourself" shirt or hoodie! 100% of proceeds will be going to a Ukrainian charity.


austin marino

Published 1 years ago

New footage released today, shows Roman Hrybov, the Ukrainian soldier from Snake Island who spoke the most empowering words from the ongoing Russia-Ukraine conflict, "Russian Warship, Go F*** Yourself", receiving an award for his courageous act.


During the first few days of the invasion, footage showing this iconic moment surfaced on the internet, showing a Russian warship surrounding the small group of 13 soldiers on Snake Island, requesting them to surrender. Maintaining their battle-hardened integrity, the soldiers of Snake Island refused to surrender. It was later rumored that all 13 troops had been killed during the following attack.


Several days after the empowering story was discovered, Ukrainian Naval intelligence discovered that the 13 Ukrainian soldiers were in fact alive and were taken aboard the Russian vessel as prisoners of war. As a result, the 13 Ukrainian soldiers were exchanged for 11 Russian merchant marines rescued from a ship that sank off the coast of Odesa.


If you haven't already, make sure you head over to our store to get yourself a "Go F*** Yourself" shirt or hoodie! 100% of proceeds will be going to a Ukrainian charity.


austin marino

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