Soldiers of the 92nd Brigade of the Armed Forces of Ukraine told and showed how they fight with FPV drones near Bakhmut and Klishchiyivka.
"FPV drones are such a small thing for 500 dollars that can often work better than artillery," says "Darwin", an operator of the ACHILLES company of the 92nd Brigade of the Armed Forces of Ukraine.
The unit sends at least 20 attack drones a day, worth about $10,000. At least a few of them hit enemy equipment.
For example, the video shows a Russian NONA-S self-propelled artillery system, which costs approximately 400,000-800,000 dollars, just hit by an FPV drone. "Their artillery units are a priority target, just as we are a priority target for them. They are looking for us because we cause a lot of trouble for them," says Yuriy Fedorenko, commander of the ACHILLES attack drone company of the 92nd Brigade of the Armed Forces of Ukraine.