Ukraine War Drone Footage and Updates Day 192

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Drone Footage from the last 24 hours

Footage reportedly of a Russian BMP-3 on fire as a result of artillery fire from Ukraine’s 110th Territorial Defense Brigade. #ukraine #UAS #Drone #targeting #artillery #indirectfires
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#Ukraine️ : A drone filmed the surrender Russian troops, raising white flags. An unmanned aerial vehicle captured unique video footage showing a large-scale surrender of a group of Russian military personnel who were broken by dozens of blows #Kherson #KhersonCounteroffensive
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#Ukraine️ : Drone Drops a Surprise Ukrainian drone, 30mm grenade, Russian infantry This footage showing a Ukrainian drone dropping a grenade on Russian infantrymen happened in Volodymyrivka (48.671271, 38.199235) near #Soledar
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UKRAINIAN ARMY USES DJI MAVIC 3 TO PRECISELY GUIDE MORTARS ONTO RUSSIAN TROOPS
11,428 views Apr 1, 2022 The Ukrainian army uses the DJI Mavic 3 with its powerful 28x hybrid zoom functionality to help guide mortars onto the positions of the Russian invaders. In an earlier post today, we reported that Ukraine has continued to buy DJI drones by the thousands. The Ukrainian army acquired 2,372 quadcopters, including many DJI drones and 11 military unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) for $6.8 million with funds contributed by the Come Back Alive fund. While Ukraine’s Mykhailo Fedorov, the country’s Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Digital Transformation declined to explain what the DJI drones would be used for the video below provides an explanation. The video that is less than two minutes long first shows us a DJI Mavic 3 drone taking off. In the second shot we see a Ukrainian drone pilot using the standard DJI controller for the M3 to control the drone. The yellow binoculars icon that is briefly visible on the pilot’s tablet confirms that this is indeed a Mavic 3 drone if that wasn’t already clear based on the opening shot. The M3 comes with a special Explorer Mode that allows the pilot to digitally zoom in 28 times. This feature makes the M3 the perfect budget spy drone, which clearly also can be used to locate Russian troops and guide mortar attacks.
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Footage showing the moment the #Ukrainian_forces targeted the administration building of the city of #Energodar in #Zaporozhye with suicide drones. #Russia #Ukraine #Russia_Ukraine
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