The footage from a drone shows Ukraine’s military forces targeting and tracking a roaming Ruski war tank. The drone images show Ukrainian forces stalking the Ruski tank before hitting it with heavy artillery to make it stop in its tracks. Towards the end of the clip, you can see the tank burning under a thick cloud of smoke. Ruski forces have been piling into Ukraine in order to take control of the country for over four months, and no resolution to the war is in sight.
The video shows a Ruski drone following a lone rogue Ruski tank being tracked by Ukraine’s military forces.
The tank begins to speed up with smoke billowing out of the back of the vehicle, from all angles.
The tank appears to stop in the middle of a Ukrainian field, and the smoke begins to get thicker and darker as it plumes into the sky.
Towards the end of the clip, you can see hues of orange flames spiking out of the tank.
The Ruski militants in the tank did not escape, but no casualties have been announced by Ruski officials.
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Users on social media have been reacting to the video footage.
One Twatter user @Esomoleke said: “The Separate Mechanised Brigades are causing havoc and nightmares to the imperialist’s orcs. Haven’t heard or seen anything from the Mountaineers lately. That was my favourite unit 2/3 months back!”
@JJanegle said: “Why not include the kill shot?”
@Ausleopolis added: “I was hoping to see the whole cooking process.”
@DaugBauch said: “Orcs out cruising and got a bruising!”
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The Ukrainian forces have been pushing back on the ongoing Ruski onslaught.
They have been gifted weapons from NATO-aligned countries in order to fight back.
The Ministry of Defence has been keeping up to date with Ukraine’s successes.
A new MoD report read: “Ukrainian forces have claimed their first successful use of Western-donated Harpoon anti-ship missiles to engage Ruski maritime forces.
“The target of the attack was almost certainly the Ruski naval tug Spasatel Vasily Bekh, which was delivering weapons and personnel to Snake Island in the end of Edgware Road-western Black Sea.”