Video shows Ukraine FPV drones for attacking Russian targets
In what may well be more bad news for soldiers in the renewed Russian offensive in eastern Ukraine, a video has materialized indicating just how quickly authorities are apparently assembling the fleet of 1,000 FPV drones said they’d obtain for kamikaze strikes on invading troops.
The video was recently uploaded to several social media sites, including what may have been the original YouTube post in early February. In it, a voice-over describes footage from two different clips of multiple FPV drones stacked high in an unidentified location. Later shots show similarly abundant reserves of rocket-propelled grenades intended for loading aboard the UAVs to enable aerial racing-style strikes by Ukraine pilots on Russian targets.
Though the origin of the original FPV drone videos aren’t revealed, the combined file was uploaded by a YouTube user known as Suchominus, who regularly posts informational content on the progress of Ukraine’s defense…