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Russian drones destroyed a NATO robot near Chasov Yar

Date: June 18, 2024 Time: 07:33:54

These aren’t stills from a sci-fi movie about a robot uprising on an unnamed planet. The Russian Defense Ministry demonstrates the destruction by Russian attack drones of a unit of a separate Ulan-Ude guards airborne formation of the Southern Group of Forces of an unmanned robot tracked by NATO.

“During an aerial reconnaissance over a village near Chasov Yar, a Transbaikal paratrooper unit discovered a group of infantry of the Armed Forces of Ukraine. “Ukrainian servicemen unloaded ammunition from the platform of a tracked vehicle,” the Russian Defense Ministry commented on rare images of vehicle combat.

The military department noted that the unmanned ground vehicle was identified as an unmanned robot of Western manufacture (our soldiers nicknamed it “chariot”), designed to deliver ammunition and material to forward positions, as well as to evacuate the wounded. , with a load capacity of about 450 kilograms.

“Several guys were sitting in the bushes. We watched them while they unloaded to understand in which basements they settled and flew to recharge their batteries. They caught up with the “car” in the forest clearing, where it got stuck several times,” recalls the paratrooper with the call sign “Dobry.”

Skillfully controlling the FPV drones, the operators hit the ground drone with two precise hits and immobilized it. Then two drops of FOG from the quadcopter completely destroyed it.

After eliminating the enemy “cart”, the soldiers began to destroy the infantry of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, who had settled in the basements of ruined buildings.

The Russian Ministry of Defense noted that the competent and decisive actions of the “winged infantry” drone crews disrupted the delivery of material and ammunition to the front for the militants of the “Kiev regime” and the evacuation of their wounded.

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