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Call-of-Duty-style footage shows Ukrainian forces detonating a Russian Z tank during an ambush in Mariupol

DRAMATIC Call Of Duty-style footage shows the dramatic moment Ukrainian forces blow up a Russian tank.

Vladimir Putin’s army can be seen on the run after the incident Russian tank – has a special Z marking on it – has a shell.

A Russian tank was blown up by a Ukrainian BTR-4 armored personnel carrier

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A Russian tank was blown up by a Ukrainian BTR-4 armored personnel carrierCredit: SOPA/LightRocket Image via Gett
Russian army with tank'Z'

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Russian army with tank ‘Z’
The tank was destroyed after the explosion

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The tank was destroyed after the explosion

Shocking video, believed to be from the infamous Azov Regiment far right in Ukraineshows a BTR-4 amphibious assault ship setting fire to two Russian vehicles in Mariupol, southern Ukraine.

The BTR-4 is a Ukrainian amphibious armored personnel carrier, first used in the previous Russo-Ukrainian war in 2014.

It is equipped with a 30mm cannon as standard.

The Russian vehicles attacked in the latest video are believed to be a BTR-82A armored personnel carrier and a T-72B3 tank.

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In the video, shot from inside the BTR-4, the gunner follows the path of the Russian tank on camera, striking first the Russian armored personnel carrier hidden behind a wall of tires and boxes.

Next, when the Russian soldiers searched for the source of the attack, the tank exploded repeatedly.

The BTR-4’s 30mm cannon is operated by remote control. The photoelectric camera system projects the outside image onto the screen inside the vehicle.

All other targeting work is done by the computer, making the fire response speed extremely fast.

The gunner can also touch the screen to enlarge the target area.

Although the BTR-4 cannot penetrate tank armor, it is possible that the T-72B3’s rails, wheels or sights were destroyed, causing the explosion as shown in the video.


It comes as…


Russia has seen heavy military losses since the start of the invasion on February 24.

This video came out just a few days after another Russian tank blown upas caught on Ukrainian camera.

The footage was taken from a Ukrainian armored vehicle that encountered their enemy, the Russians, in a village.

Ukrainian forces encountered the Russian tank and opened fire then drove to the next area.

Suddenly, they saw another Russian tank right in front of them and immediately opened fire, blowing up the turret.

Another salvo was fired, quickly destroying the tank exploding in a hail of bullets as the Russian army crouched behind it.

A Russian armored personnel carrier with a distinctive'Z' on the front

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A Russian armored personnel carrier with a distinctive ‘Z’ on the front
A second later it was peeled

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A second later it was peeled
A Russian BTR-82A, one of the vehicles targeted in the video

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A Russian BTR-82A, one of the vehicles targeted in the videoCredit: Alamy
A Russian T-72B3 tank was also hit in the explosion

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A Russian T-72B3 tank was also hit in the explosion

Later footage of a ambushed by brave Ukrainians use anti-tank missiles on weekends.

Footage of the successful counterattack – the latest of which was captured on film several days in the face of Putin’s collapsing invasion – shows a missile that strikes directly.

Posted online, the clip shows what appears to be one of the convoys destroyed as Russian troops quickly dispersed.

At least one Russian tank and one armored personnel carrier appear to have been hit by missiles – fired from behind trees.

It can be seen that the Russian tank was hit by bullets and exploded into flames during the air raid.

The drone is accused of destroying Russian tanks and missiles like the Ukrainians hear cheers in the background.

In the footage, a Russian vehicle carrying what looks to be a missile and a military tank are said to explode into fireballs as Putin’s invasion continues to crumble.

And cheers could be heard in the background as military machines, believed to be Russian, caught fire.

This happens when the previous footage shows the moment a column of Russian tanks destroyed by a Ukrainian ambush near Kyiv.

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