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Ukrainians surprised foreigners with Fury PRO drones, which steal weapons from Russians

Natasha Kumar By Natasha Kumar Jun22,2024

Ukrainians surprised foreigners with Fury PRO drones that steal weapons from Russians

Inventive Ukrainian military invents such ways of using UAVs on the battlefield that the developers could not even imagine.

< p>The Ukrainian Drone Squad team together with “SpetsTechnoExport” (STE) presented its Fury PRO impact drone at the Eurosatory 2024 exhibition, which will be held from June 17 to 21 in Paris. The representative of the project, on the condition of anonymity, told Focus about the features of using these UAVs in combat conditions.

According to him, Fury PRO combat copters are now used in almost all areas of the front. The Ukrainian military provides new videos of the damage almost every day.

“There are very successful cases of mining, when an anti-tank mine is brought in at night and dropped on the road, and in the morning an enemy buggy blows up on it”, — shared by the developer.

Another interesting and somewhat unexpected application for the creators of Fury PRO — it is depriving the occupiers of their weapons. One of the crews guessed to attach a magnet to the drone and sent it to the gray zone, where the Russian troops went on the offensive, and there they caught and took the machine gun of one of the invaders, and then brought it to their position and won a trophy.

“This an interesting case, I didn't even think it was possible to do that,” — the Drone Squad representative admitted. — “And so the positions are constantly being “understood”, 120-millimeter and TM-62 anti-tank mines are dropped on them.”

Military units that use Fury Pro constantly send their feedback or provide new information. Thanks to this, engineers are constantly improving drones.

As a representative of the Drone Squad said, the drone attracted a lot of interest at the Eurosatory 2024 exhibition, especially thanks to the video footage of the damage. Abroad, no one had previously thought that anti-tank mines, which are usually placed on the ground or on roads, can be dropped from a drone.

“There are already positive results thanks to networking and interesting potential partners who would like to do something together “, — he noted.

Natasha Kumar

By Natasha Kumar

Natasha Kumar has been a reporter on the news desk since 2018. Before that she wrote about young adolescence and family dynamics for Styles and was the legal affairs correspondent for the Metro desk. Before joining The Times Hub, Natasha Kumar worked as a staff writer at the Village Voice and a freelancer for Newsday, The Wall Street Journal, GQ and Mirabella. To get in touch, contact me through my 1-800-268-7116

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