Gripping video follows a Ukrainian kamikaze drone as it flies through a forest in search of a Russian dugout, before locating its target and blowing up inside a bunker.
The bird’s-eye-view footage was released Sunday by the Combined Tactical Group “Adam” of the Armed Forces of Ukraine — along with the message: “Delivery to your door.”
The attack on the Russian fortification allegedly took place in a forest outside the occupied city of Kreminna in the Luhansk region, according to a post on the Telegram channel Adam_tactic_group.
The minute-long video, set to the tune of the Guns N’ Roses hit “Welcome to the Jungle,” opens with the unmanned drone hovering just a few feet above ground in the dense woodland.
It repeatedly zigzags and makes multiple turns before coming upon the purported Russian hideout shielded by camouflage netting.
Having identified its target, the drone circles it to find the entrance, then flies inside the bunker and seemingly detonates.
The footage released by the Adam Tactical Group then shows an aerial shot depicting a plume of smoke rising high above the forest.
It was not immediately known when the video was taken, and there was no information on any casualties resulting from the drone strike.
The operation was carried out in conjunction with the 2nd Rifle Battalion, 1st Rifle Company of Ukraine’s 67th Mechanized Brigade.
The Adam Tactical Group is led by Colonel Yevhen “Adam” Mezhevikin, a 41-year-old tank commander who has been awarded the title “Hero of Ukraine” for his role in the months-long battle of Bakhmut in eastern Ukraine.
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