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Ukrainians Modify Small Drones to Drop Modified RPG Rounds on Armor

Published March 18, 2022

Ukrainian Forces near Odessa have released footage of modified RPG rounds being dropped on top of Russian armor with the delivery vehicle being a small drone.


For those of you who are just now starting to pay attention to conflict again because of Ukraine, this video might be your first drop in the bucket to this type of warfare. For people who followed us through the GWoT and Syria however, you've seen this before and it's nothing new. For the past decade, combatants have been modifying small drones to carry lightweight explosive packages to targets on the battlefield. These small drones can move at a high rate of speed and deliver precision munitions onto a large number of targets ranging from personnel sitting in fighting positions to armor like you're seeing in this video.


We're just now seeing the Ukrainians get in on this action as well, but we watched the Syrian rebels, Islamic State, Houthi Rebels, and Azerbaijanis do this for the last decade. If you're working at the Pentagon and just now discovering that this is a thing, shame on you. Get to work finding a solution because this is the future of modern warfare.


josh brooks

Published March 18, 2022

Ukrainian Forces near Odessa have released footage of modified RPG rounds being dropped on top of Russian armor with the delivery vehicle being a small drone.


For those of you who are just now starting to pay attention to conflict again because of Ukraine, this video might be your first drop in the bucket to this type of warfare. For people who followed us through the GWoT and Syria however, you've seen this before and it's nothing new. For the past decade, combatants have been modifying small drones to carry lightweight explosive packages to targets on the battlefield. These small drones can move at a high rate of speed and deliver precision munitions onto a large number of targets ranging from personnel sitting in fighting positions to armor like you're seeing in this video.


We're just now seeing the Ukrainians get in on this action as well, but we watched the Syrian rebels, Islamic State, Houthi Rebels, and Azerbaijanis do this for the last decade. If you're working at the Pentagon and just now discovering that this is a thing, shame on you. Get to work finding a solution because this is the future of modern warfare.


josh brooks

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