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FPV Death From Above: Inside the Drone War Transforming the Ukraine-Russian War

FPV Death From Above: Inside the Drone War Transforming the Ukraine-Russian War

The familiar whine of a drone engine cuts through the din of war, a harbinger of death from above. In the crucible of the Ukraine-Russian War, a new era of warfare is being forged, one where commercially available drones, particularly First Person View (FPV) models, are being deployed with devastating effect. These aren’t the hulking, million-dollar Predators and Reapers of the U.S. arsenal; these are nimble, off-the-shelf machines, customized and weaponized to deadly effect. Videos pouring out of Ukraine offer a chilling glimpse into this new frontline: Russian tanks reduced to smoldering craters by expertly piloted FPVs, columns of armored vehicles decimated in carefully coordinated attacks, and individual soldiers targeted with terrifying precision. The videos we’ll examine offer a stark and sobering look at this evolution in warfare, highlighting not only the tactical advantages of drone warfare but also the very human cost of conflict in the 21st century.

What we’re witnessing in Ukraine is a watershed moment in military history. The proliferation of affordable, commercially available drones has democratized air power, shifting the balance of power in ways we’re only beginning to comprehend. As this conflict continues, and as both sides refine their tactics and technology, we can expect to see even more innovative and terrifying applications of drone warfare. This conflict serves as a stark warning: the future of war is here, and it is fought not just with advanced weaponry, but also with readily available technology, ingenuity, and a chilling embrace of remote, yet highly personal, violence.

“The drone is just a tool. It can be used for good or evil. It all depends on the person using it.” – A quote often attributed to General Atomics CEO Linden Blue

Scroll down to view the highlighted videos that provide a visceral window into this unsettling new era of warfare.

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Intense Battle: T-72B3M Tank vs. FPV Drones and Mortars #tank #army #bravery Armourdesia Military Hardware
55,003 views | 2,499 | July 3 2024 05:22:06 (234 comments)[ Read more … ] In this video, a heroic Russian T-72B3M tank navigates and survives through intense mortar shelling and multiple FPV drone attacks. Despite facing continuous fire and drone strikes, the tank’s armor and the bravery of its crew allow it to complete its mission and return to base. See the tank in action, equipped with metal top cage armor, as it moves through the battlefield, showcasing the effectiveness of its defense systems and the determination of its operators. . . .. … Disclaimer This video is for information purposes only. Neither this channel supports war nor is biased toward any political agenda … …………….I hope you enjoyed the video……………… ————–Please Like, Share and Subscribe!—————— Note: Full Credit to Owner (All images, Music, and pictures shown in the video belong to their respective owners ) Disclaimer: This Channel does not endorse or facilitate any illegal activities, and all channeled material is intended for educational purposes only.
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Horrifying Moments! How Ukraine Bradley Easily Destroys Russian FPV Drones and Armored Vehicles U.S. Defense News
207,602 views | 2,246 | July 2 2024 18:40:33 (99 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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Ukrainian Drones Annihilate Entire Russian Armor Column. Defense Digest
31,211 views | 770 | July 3 2024 12:30:08 (14 comments)[ Read more … ] Witness the intense battlefield action as Ukraine’s 68th Jaeger Brigade decimates a column of Russian tanks and armored vehicles in the Donetsk region. This gripping drone footage captures the dramatic moments of the engagement, where precision strikes leave a trail of destruction. Watch as the lead tank is hit by an explosion, followed by subsequent strikes on other vehicles. A tank stranded in a crater becomes a fiery spectacle, with at least one Russian soldier attempting to flee before the tank explodes. According to the brigade, a total of eight Russian tanks and eight infantry fighting vehicles were destroyed in this significant battle. The Donetsk region remains one of the most fiercely contested areas along the front line.
Horrifying Moments! How Ukrainian Drones Destroy Russian Troops on Top of Tanks Near Avdiivka Infinity
60,164 views | 1,175 | July 7 2024 05:00:06 (107 comments)[ Read more … ] Today, I will present numerous video demonstrations and elaborate on the Ukrainian algorithm utilized for annihilating Russian tanks using FPV drones. Through these examples, you will grasp how Ukrainians have fundamentally altered the landscape of modern warfare. Let’s delve into it!

At one point, Ukrainians engineered something truly remarkableβ€”an algorithm capable of transforming Russian tanks into smoldering wreckage with just a single strike.

Imagine attaching a shaped-charge projectile sourced from an RPG-7 onto a drone. This projectile is an anti-tank rocket-propelled grenade meticulously crafted for piercing through tank armor.

Now, envision directing this projectile precisely into the base of the Russian tank’s turret, targeting the rear section of the tank. Precisely! The tank will be instantaneously obliterated!
Ukrainian Drones Devastate Russian Ammo Depot in Sergeyevka Crossroads of Military Discussions
10,203 views | 451 | July 8 2024 02:00:23 (5 comments)[ Read more … ] In a significant strike, Ukrainian drones hit a Russian ammunition depot in Serhiivka, causing massive explosions and fires. The attack, carried out by the Security Service of Ukraine, targeted a 9,000 mΒ² storage facility in the Voronezh Region, disrupting Russian resupply efforts. The strike has led to a state of emergency and evacuation in the area. Watch the full video to see the details and aftermath of this impactful attack. #shorts
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