Amid the ongoing Russian-Ukrainian conflict, Russian Lancet drones of the Russian Volunteer Corps raided Ukrainian armored vehicles on Saturday, inflicting direct hits.
The video footage shows the process of targeting Ukrainian vehicles with high accuracy and success, Russian media reported.
Falling March 12th on the day
Russian Defense Ministry spokesman Igor Konashenkov said earlier on Saturday that 12 Ukrainian marches were shot down in several regions during the day and two Storm Shadow missiles were intercepted.
Konashenkov added that air defense systems intercepted two Storm Shadow missiles, 19 HIMARS missiles and two anti-radar missiles, and also shot down 12 Ukrainian marches in Donetsk, Luhansk and Zaporozhye.
He also added that two ammunition depots for the Armed Forces of Ukraine in Donetsk and Zaporozhye were destroyed.
Benefits of the Lancet
It is noteworthy that the Lancet march was produced by the Russian company ZALA, and it is used both in offensive missions and for front-line reconnaissance, and can fly at a distance of up to 40-70 km behind enemy lines. .
It also flies in the air for more than 4 hours, flies at an altitude of 5 km, is resistant to radio interference. This march can carry high explosive ammunition.
The developments come as Secretary of the National Security and Defense Council of Ukraine Oleksiy Danilov told the BBC on Saturday that his country was ready to launch a long-awaited counter-offensive against Russian forces in the eastern regions.
Danilov did not give a date, but said that an offensive to retake the territory from Russian troops could begin tomorrow, the day after tomorrow or in a week.
Notably, Kiev has recently stepped up its demands for its Western allies to step up and speed up the sending of military aid to launch its aforementioned offensive against Russian forces in order to restore areas Moscow controlled to the East.