INCREDIBLE PoV footage has shown what it looks like to be hit by a missile after Russia shot down a Ukrainian drone out of the sky.
The stealth device had been on a special mission to destroy Russian fuel and weapons depots when it was knocked out by one of Mad Vlad’s troops.
The stealth plane was hovering over an open field when a plume of white smoke billowed in the distance.
The rocket pans and rotates as it locks onto the drone, shoots it out of the sky, and pauses recording.
Despite the loss, Ukraine’s 45th Independent Artillery Brigade, which led the attack, said it was successful in its attack on the Russian depot.
The brigade said in a statement Saturday that it used two drones to conduct the attack, one of which was crushed by enemy fire in return.
But that was after the killer device rained down missiles on Russian military targets, causing maximum damage to their facilities.
It comes as Russian losses in the battle continue to mount.
Between February 24 and June 6, total combat casualties of Russian troops amounted to around 31,250 men, according to the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine.
The Ukrainian military also claims that Russia lost 1,386 tanks, 3,400 armored fighting vehicles, 690 artillery systems, 207 multiple missile systems, 96 anti-aircraft systems, 211 combat aircraft, 176 helicopters, 2,395 motor vehicles and fuel tankers, 13 ships, 551 unmanned aerial vehicles, 53 special equipment and 125 cruise missiles.
Meanwhile, Ukraine’s Strategic Communications Center claimed that Russian Major General Roman Kutuzov was killed in a battle near Popasna in the Luhansk region.
StratCom said: “Exclusive. To meet. The commander of the 1st Army Corps of the DNR (the Orks), Major General Roman Kutuzov, was officially denazified and demilitarized”.
Ukrainian forces are “hanging out” while Russian invaders try to capture the city of Sieverodonetsk in the Luhansk region.
Serhiy Haidai, head of the Lugansk regional military administration, said: “The Russians are storming Sievierodonetsk … Street fighting is taking place there. However, Ukrainian Armed Forces hold the defenses.
“The head of state who visited our advanced positions in the Lugansk region at night was convinced of this.”
Last week, Russia’s Defense Ministry said its mobile Yars missile systems, which can carry nuclear warheads and have a reported range of over 10,000 kilometers (6,200 miles), have been conducting “intensive maneuvering operations on combat patrol routes in the Ivanovo region.” east of the Russian capital Moscow.
This comes after US President Joe Biden said he would send Kyiv more advanced missile systems that will help hit enemy forces from a greater distance.
These missile systems have twice the range of the Russian Armed Forces’ missile systems and are said to be much more accurate.
https://www.the-sun.com/news/5499272/pov-footage-missile-hits-drone-russia/ Incredible POV footage shows what it looks like to be hit by a missile as Russia launches drones into the sky