Ukrainian War Battle Damage Assessment

Ukraine War Drone Footage and Updates Day 137

Sometimes people don’t understand why copters cost so much. The photo shows the R18 drone of our production. It’s not just spare parts and mechanics, it’s also a bunch of modern electronics, that make our “bird” efficient and accurate during the bombing of targets. #aerorozvidka
Russian Armed Forces column came under fire from our artillery in Luhansk region #UkraineRussiaWar
Video released showing the destruction of one Russian MBT, two MT-LBs in addition to a KamAZ truck carrying ammunition by Ukrainian forces in Kharkiv Oblast. #Russia #Ukraine
On April 3, the “East” operational command of the #Ukraine army said it had hit a hangar with over 40 Russian vehicles (mostly supply and fuel trucks and some BMP / T-72s) hit and destroyed by artillery fire. #UkraineRussiaWar #UkraineRussianWar #UkraineWar
Ukrainian DJI Matrice 300 RTK rigged with an 82mm mortar shell.
#Breaking: A Russian supply truck (and ammunition) was destroyed by indirect fire from the 93rd Mechanized Brigade in the East. #UkraineRussiaWar #Ukraina #ukraineinvasion #UkraineUnderAttaсk #Russia #Russian #RussianArmy #RussiaUkraine
Our artillery works on infantry and equipment column of russians. #Ukraine️
In this battle Ukrainian airborne forces destroyed nine russian tanks. Total number of the enemy’s tanks destroyed will soon reach 2,000. Footage by the Command of the Ukrainian Air Assault Forces.
The other day, Aerorozvidka received 4 DJI Phantom 3 drones, as well as 8 batteries for them and a number of related accessories, parts and equipment. Many thanks for the donation to Ralf Kleemann from Germany! Together we will win 💙💛 #aerorozvidka #airreconnaissance #drone
Ukraine’s ad-hoc drone airforce, including the famed Turkish-designed Bayraktar TB2 drones, were credited with eviscerating Putin’s tanks and armor. Success stories dominated the news cycle and social media.
La devastazione di #Mariupol dall’alto. Senza parole. #UkraineRussianWar #UkraineRussiaWar #UkraineRussiaConflict #UkraineUnderAttaсk #UkraineWar #Ukraine #StopWar #nowar #Peace
40th Separate artillery brigade destroying russian positions #UkraineRussianWar #UkraineRussiaWar #Ukraine
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  1. If the drone is in a fixed position (such as an artillery spotter drone) you would use the autopilot. If you are in the middle of an air combat, you would use your own jet controls.
    I am pretty sure the guy flying it doesn’t have to be a trained pilot and is probably just an ordinary airman with a lot of experience flying and controlling aircraft.

  2. I can’t find any evidence of any special training, however, you will have to be familiar with the principles of air navigation and have some level of flying experience to be able to control the drone.
    Drones are normally controlled using the controller from a very short distance.

  3. Is there any special training required for the pilot to use a drone in a conflict? Does he have to be a trained pilot or does he just have to be a normal pilot and fly a drone?
    How does he fly the drone? What if he sees another drone observing him?

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