Ukrainian military demonstrate drone effectiveness at frontline — video, photos

Ukrainian drones eliminate Russian invaders
Ukrainian drones eliminate Russian invaders

A video featuring the operations of the 37th Separate Mechanized Brigade's UAV strike company has emerged, it showcases their utilization of diverse munitions to efficiently neutralize adversaries, as well as participation in humanitarian missions, was posted by the Ukrainian Witness project on YouTube on May 9.

"In our operations, we deploy submunitions from the (Russian) Uragan multiple launch rocket system," explained company commander Oleksandr, known by his call sign Easy Easy.

"These munitions pose a threat not only to our positions but also to civilians. When some fail to detonate, our sappers remove and dismantle them. Afterwards, we return these unexploded ordnances to the enemy."

"Fragmentation mines can be utilized for drops," stated pilot Oleksandr, known by his call sign Zhulyk, as he describes the use of mortar shells by his unit to engage the enemy. "We also customize them for our operations — including 120 mm, 69 mm fragmentation mines, and so on."

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Company commander Staff Sergeant Kyrylo, known as Photographer, elaborated that FPV (first-person view) drones, priced at around $450-500 each, serve versatile functions on the battlefield. "They're not just for attacking enemy targets; they also play a crucial role in saving lives by providing additional reconnaissance and delivering humanitarian supplies."

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One soldier, Serhiy, successfully transported 105 kg of food in a single day using an FPV drone, completing 71 sorties.

"Company soldier Serhiy, known as Boka, managed to deliver 105 kg of provisions in one day with an FPV drone," said Zhulyk. "He made 71 sorties, and during combat missions, Boka hit eight targets."

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