It has long been rumored that after fighting off the brutal winter offense Moscow has waged since the New Year’s holiday, Ukraine  plans on unleashing a spring onslaught against Russian forces in the east – which, if it occurs, may feature thousands of explosive-packed FPV drones.

Speculation along those lines were renewed this week with reports that FPV pilots in Ukraine’s army have already begun battering Russian units with fast-flying, munition-carrying drones. Posts on social media later picked up by traditional publications have featured footage of Ukraine-flown UAVs catching up with fleeing Russian personnel carriers, then cutting to black (or static) upon impact. 

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The most widely circulated of those videos was one originating from Ukraine’s Security Service, SBU. It shared footage presumably streamed from the FPV drone as it