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πŸ’€ Drone's Eye View: Raw Footage Exposes the Brutal Realities of the Ukraine War

πŸ’€ Drone’s Eye View: Raw Footage Exposes the Brutal Realities of the Ukraine War

The war in Ukraine has become a chilling exhibition of modern warfare, where the whirring of drones often precedes the deafening roar of explosions. These unmanned eyes in the sky provide a perspective previously unimaginable, capturing the conflict in all its raw brutality and tactical complexity. From the cold, calculated precision of artillery strikes guided by reconnaissance drones to the unsettling perspective of FPV (First-Person View) suicide drones diving into enemy targets, the footage emerging from the Ukrainian frontlines offers a sobering glimpse into the realities of 21st-century combat. In this analysis, we’ll dissect some recent drone footage, highlighting key tactical trends and their potential implications for the ongoing conflict. As someone who has witnessed the evolution of drone warfare firsthand in both Iraq and Afghanistan, I can attest to the paradigm shift these technologies represent on the modern battlefield.

The recent influx of drone footage from the Ukraine War reveals several important trends. First, the Ukrainians continue to demonstrate an impressive ability to adapt and innovate in their use of drone technology, deploying both commercially available and increasingly sophisticated, domestically produced systems to great effect. The use of the M30 DPICM, for example, while controversial, indicates a willingness to employ every tool at their disposal to repel the invasion. Second, the Russians, despite their initial dominance in the electromagnetic spectrum, are clearly struggling to counter the growing threat posed by Ukrainian drones. The attack on the Rostov oil terminal, regardless of its limited strategic impact, demonstrates a concerning vulnerability.

Looking ahead, it’s likely that drones will continue to play a pivotal role in shaping the trajectory of the war. As both sides adapt to the evolving nature of the conflict, we can expect to see even more innovative uses of drone technology, from advanced swarm tactics to the deployment of AI-powered autonomous systems. One thing is certain: the chilling footage captured by these aerial observers will continue to provide a stark and unfiltered window into the brutal realities of the conflict.


Scroll down to view the highlighted videos and witness the evolving face of warfare through a drone’s eye view.

Drone Footage from the last 24 hours

04 Jul: Tactical Genius. Ukrainians Create A KILL ZONE IN KALYNIVKA | War in Ukraine Explained Reporting from Ukraine
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Today there are a lot of updates from the Bakhmut direction.

The most interesting updates come from the northern flank of Chasiv Yar. Here, the Russians intensified their assaults towards Kalynivka to directly attack the center of Chasiv Yar from the north. However, the Ukrainians were readily awaiting these assaults, and so the Russians failed to advance and incurred losses so serious that they had to halt their attacks altogether and make an operational pause.

The goal of the Russian forces is to establish control over Kalynivka to utilize the canal crossing for further assaults on Chasiv Yar. If the Russians effectively exploit this advance, they would avoid crossing the canal from the Kanal district. Instead, attacking the town center from the northern crossing near Kalynivka could prove more efficient.

The Russian assaults on Kalynivka were preceded by an intense artillery barrage, augmented by glide bomb strikes, resulting in the destruction of most of the village. With no buildings left to use as firing positions, Ukrainian fighters withdrew to more favorable positions west of the canal. Subsequently, Russian troops advanced along Lisova Street, reaching the canal crossing.

Destroying all buildings in eastern Kalynivka proved to be a double-edged sword for the Russians. The destruction eliminated any possibility of concealing and protecting their troops from Ukrainian artillery, tank, and drone strikes. As a result, Russian forces were forced to move across open areas, leading to their rapid destruction.

Combat footage from the area shows us how a sole Ukrainian tank managed to destroy a group of Russian troops that were heading to the canal crossing in conjunction with kamikaze drone strikes against the same group.

Another video shows a Russian BMP loaded with infantry being hit at the ammo rack, resulting in a devastating explosion that killed everyone on board. The detonation was so severe that three other nearby vehicles in the column were also damaged by the blast and subsequently abandoned, with most of the troops killed. The only survivor among the Russian stormtroopers suffered severe burns over his body and subsequently lost consciousness. The original, uncensored footage of these operations can be found on our telegram channel through the link in the description.

Due to significant losses with little to no gains, Russian army morale in this area is very low. This has led the Russian command to set up barrier troops to kill deserters or capture them and send them back to the deadly frontline positions. Facing a shortage of motivated personnel and struggling to command mostly demotivated troops, Russian commanders deploy only small groups of infantry for assaults. Another reason for this tactic is the heavy losses in equipment and troops during larger assaults, where Russian forces lose between forty and seventy percent of their equipment. Ukrainian fighters in the area are using up to fifty drones daily to hit twenty-five Russian targets, primarily targeting Russian armored assault formations attempting to advance.

A Russian Storm-Z instructor claimed that Russian forces made their most significant gains in Chasiv Yar, Avdiivka, and Ocheretyne through attritional frontal assaults, air strikes, and artillery, without any advances on the flanks. These assaults resulted in the loss of a significant number of armored vehicles during intensified mechanized operations.

Deputy Head of the Presidential Office, Roman Mashovets, stated that the number of available tanks for Russian forces in the Chasiv Yar, Siversk, and Kurakhove directions has significantly decreased to six hundred and fifty tanks. He also noted that the number of combat-ready armored fighting vehicles is now just one thousand eight hundred and fifty. For context, Russians have lost over fifteen thousand armored vehicles and eight thousand tanks since the start of the war, with around a dozen of each lost daily. This indicates that the current assault force can only last for a few months before being exhausted and withdrawn from battle.

Russian sources reported that Russian infantry are essentially forced to conduct dismounted assaults west of Bakhmut despite heavy Ukrainian drone operations. Some Russian infantry only receive a week and a half of training before deploying to Bakhmut, contributing to significant Russian losses…
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And here two Russian ICV 3s with paratroopers moved out to storm Ukrainian positions, but as always one of them explodes on a mine, after which the infantry in horror jump out of the armor and scatter in different directions, waiting for Ukrainian fpv drones to finish them off

And this is an attack by airplane-type drones on a Russian strategic control radio station detected in the distant rear, the strikes were carried out by the Special Operations Service of Ukraine, the complex was completely destroyed


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Russians show night attack by Ukrainian drones on an oil terminal in Rostov in surprising situation Kanal13
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The first videotaped use of the M30 DPICM GMLRS cluster missile against Russian invaders in Ukraine UNITED24
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Horrifying Moments! How Ukraine Bradley Easily Destroys Russian FPV Drones and Armored Vehicles U.S. Defense News
151,458 views | 1,794 | July 2 2024 18:40:33 (69 comments)[ Read more … ] A Ukrainian M2A2 Bradley Infantry Fighting Vehicle (IFV) gunner successfully engaged and shot down a Russian First-Person View (FPV) drone using the vehicle’s 25mm Bushmaster chain gun.

An M2 Bradley ODS SA infantry fighting vehicle of the Ukrainian 47th Separate Mechanized Brigade has survived an enemy FPV drone strike, as reported by the Brigade’s press service.

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Drone footage shows destroyed buildings in Ukrainian frontline town of Chasiv Yar The Telegraph
2,478 views | 89 | July 5 2024 20:56:31 (25 comments)[ Read more … ] Ukraine’s military said on Thursday its troops had pulled back from part of Chasiv Yar in the eastern Donetsk region, a day after Russia said its forces had taken control of a district in the strategic town.

Chasiv Yar stands on high ground. If Russian forces establish full control over the town, they could potentially use it as a staging post to advance westwards towards the Ukrainian cities of Kramatorsk and Sloviansk.

Russia’s Defence Ministry said on Wednesday its forces had taken control of the “Novyi” district, which lies to the west of Siverskyi Donets-Donbas canal that runs through the eastern part of the town.

Russia’s forces, which launched their full-scale invasion of Ukraine in February 2022, have been slowly advancing in the Donetsk region for several weeks and tried to open a new front near the northeastern city of Kharkiv.

The advance in the Kharkiv region was halted, but Ukrainian military analysts acknowledge that 2024 has been a tough year for Ukraine on the battlefield and that delays in receiving U.S. military aid have had an impact.
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