Russia-Ukraine War Drone Footage

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May 26, 2022 Drone footage reportedly recorded in the first week of April 2022 shows Russian-backed separatist forces of the Luhansk Peoples Republic assaulting a Ukrainian trench. I am gathering real footage from all sources and posting them asap to keep you updated with some real evidence. Thank you for watching this video. Subscribe to get all of my uploads. Check out other videos of the Ukraine Conflict videos on this channel.
Video footage from the war in Ukraine shows the moment Ukrainian Special Forces conducted a strike on a Russian tank with a US supplied Switchblade kamikaze drone. According to Ukrainian media the Russian soldiers on top of the tank got hit by the strike while drinking alcohol.
Russian unmanned aerial vehicles and artillery reconnaissance means Podgornoe identified the coordinates of a US-made 155mm M777 howitzer firing position used by the Ukrainian Armed Forces.

Unmanned aerial vehicle operators fired a missile at the firing position of the American howitzer battery, causing damage to several guns.

After the UAV strikes, the Ukrainian militants attempted to hide in a wooded area and conceal the M777 towed howitzers there. As soon as the Ukrainian militants concentrated their towed howitzers and guns in the wooded area, an artillery strike was launched there. All the equipment and American howitzers were destroyed. The surviving Ukrainian artillerymen scattered. Source Ministry of Defense, the Russian Federation.
Drone footage of Ukrainian artillery shelling on russian positions in Kharkiv Oblast | Ukraine War 26.05.2022 ninety second day of the big invasion of the russian occupation army. The ninth year of the Ukrainian-russian war
Apr 6, 2022 The town of Borodyanka, to the northwest of Kyiv, has been devastated following Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, as footage released by the Ukrainian military shows. Russian forces withdrew from the Kyiv region last week, leaving a trail of death and destruction behind.
Apr 26, 2022 #Ukraine #DroneBayraktarTB2 #Russian #VladimirPutin #VolodymyrZelenskyy #Turkish Ukraine War: Drone Bayraktar TB2 Destroys T-72 Tank Convoy & Shoots Down SU-25 at Russian Airfield The TB2 Bayraktar combat drone is becoming part of Ukrainian pop culture. This is because the unmanned vehicles are shooting deadly missiles at Russian tanks and other ground targets making the Kremlin pay for its decision to invade Ukraine.
Ukrainian forces released footage it said showed drone strikes on a Russian landing craft vessel and a building which housed missiles on Snake Island, May 7, 2022. (Reuters)
May 9, 2022 Fresh drone footage from the war in Ukraine shows bombs being dropped onto Russian tanks and turning them into scrap metal. https://aerorozvidka.xyz/donate
“Soldiers of the People’s Militia of the DPR, with the support of modern UAVs [unmanned aerial vehicles], conduct accurate mortar fire on Ukrainian nationalists. As a result, the enemy suffered heavy losses.”
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