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Prytula unveils long-range Ukrainian drone

Serhiy Sternenko, Serhiy Prytula and Ihor Lachenkov from the Morok UAV
Serhiy Sternenko, Serhiy Prytula and Ihor Lachenkov from the Morok UAV

Ukrainian volunteer activist and politician Serhiy Prytula and his charitable foundation will supply the military with long-range kamikaze drones Morok (Specter), Prytula announced via Facebook on Nov. 17. The manufacture of the UAVs was funded through a UAH 177 million ($4.9 million) fundraiser.

A month ago, during a major fundraising campaign ran by Prytula, Ukrainians donated enough funds for 101 Morok drones.

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“The first aircraft are now ready to be delivered to the appropriate institutions,” he said.

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"We expect to see video content with explosions this winter!”

Prytula also shared a photo with volunteers Serhiy Sternenko and Ihor Lachenkov beside one of the drones.

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In an earlier interview with NV Radio, Prytula mentioned that Morok UAVs can travel up to 800 kilometers and carry a 30-kilogram payload.

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