Amazing mini-doc on FPV drone pilots

Pretty good clips and interviews

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  1. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    20 yo kid, love how he laffs after smoking mobiks on foot

  2. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Yeah, i also saw this one.
    The tldr interesting shit:
    >FPV units are entrenched underground at the edge of arty range.
    >They get 40-50 "light" munitions per day with 1-2 big ones for tanks.
    >They work for 14-16 hours at a time,
    >Pilots are really young in this caes a 20 year old zoomer.
    >in this case for all their 40 munitions they killed 1 russian and damaged maybe two logistic transport trucks
    So the range on these FPVs is pretty big we can assume but the hit rate is much much worse than what drone-gays were shilling here,it's a long way from 2-3 drones per tank kill as claimed to 20-30 drones to kill one mobik.
    Of course this could've ben just a weak day at the office but even so the rate cant be that far off.
    >also most drones are lost to EW warfare and some still get shot down by small arms

    Conclusion
    Drone warfare is still in its development phase and hasnt reached full maturation and personally i think that it will take actual white europeans to develop and use such weapons to their full pontential, not some dirt poor african tier slavBlack folk.

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      20 per kill/hit.

      At 100k produced a month, that's still a frickton of hits

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      why would it take 40 drones to kill 1 soldier?
      are the drones being shot down?
      EW making drones fall from the sky?

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      why would it take 40 drones to kill 1 soldier?
      are the drones being shot down?
      EW making drones fall from the sky?

      so what's the solution to counter-EW?

      make tougher drones?
      make smarter drones?
      have a drone yo dawg another drone from a distance?
      have a drone tethered on an extremely long leash?

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      They say that about half of the sorties were hits, but that it was above average.

  3. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    cant wait for these guys to come home crying about """ptsd""" even though they never looked an enemy in the eye

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      did you see the guy? He does not give a frick lol

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      muh btsd

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        There all forced into war for big corporations and nothing to gain.

        • 4 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          > big corpo
          > some ukie QT making drones in the kitchen

          kys

          • 4 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            You first

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Higher a bunch of gamers. I read a article in the early 2000s that a theory of people playing games were actually in combat unknowingly. You could be playing halo and be on a mission unknowingly. I didn't pay too much mind to it though. The technology we have today is nothing compared to what is available. Yes many PTSD cases or suicides and so on from knowing the operations at hand. Think seal six or just plain PTSD. It can happen to anyone knowingly or unknowingly. Jason bourn. Serenity. borg from star trek. AI. Quantum computers. Scaler weapons. Particle excel eaters. Dews. Lazer and radiation weapons. It is a shit show and very sad. I feel sympathy for all people to engage for nothing to gain and all to lose.imagine taking orders you regret. Your Soul is more important.

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      did you see the guy? He does not give a frick lol

      muh btsd

      Drone operators having PTSD comes from the way the US military was doing it's shit in the sandbox.
      Imagine spending ten hours a day watching some podunk village in the middle of nowhere, only to finally see one dude walking around with his grandpa's AK, you get authorization for a drone strike, blast them back to the stone age, and then you get to watch the smoldering corpses for the rest of your shift.
      Then, a few days later you see "67 Iraqis dead in missile strike during wedding, sources claim a terrorist leader was among the victims" on the news scroll.
      Total detachment from reality, and you can't even fricking talk about what you did to anyone because of OPSEC reasons.

      I don't think drone operators in Ukraine are going to have nearly as much PTSD; at the end of the day they're fighting to keep their brothers in arms alive.

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        FPV drones yes.
        Drones that do nade drops, I would expect PTSD. Defending your country and moral plays role yes, bit for normal human it's not healthy to look in HD video on so much death and suffering.

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        FPV drones yes.
        Drones that do nade drops, I would expect PTSD. Defending your country and moral plays role yes, bit for normal human it's not healthy to look in HD video on so much death and suffering.

        They do get PTSD. They get PTSD from dodging artillery shells on their trenches and people trying to kill them like most combatants not from watching the enemy get blown up. PTSD is a stress problem not a moral problem. Stop being a bunch of homosexuals addicted to movies and video games and actually read something about what you're typing about for a change.

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      ptsd is an amerishart thing though

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      That's from Americans killing children at weddings, killing ziggers doesn't give anyone PTSD anymore than killing bugs would.

      Yeah, i also saw this one.
      The tldr interesting shit:
      >FPV units are entrenched underground at the edge of arty range.
      >They get 40-50 "light" munitions per day with 1-2 big ones for tanks.
      >They work for 14-16 hours at a time,
      >Pilots are really young in this caes a 20 year old zoomer.
      >in this case for all their 40 munitions they killed 1 russian and damaged maybe two logistic transport trucks
      So the range on these FPVs is pretty big we can assume but the hit rate is much much worse than what drone-gays were shilling here,it's a long way from 2-3 drones per tank kill as claimed to 20-30 drones to kill one mobik.
      Of course this could've ben just a weak day at the office but even so the rate cant be that far off.
      >also most drones are lost to EW warfare and some still get shot down by small arms

      Conclusion
      Drone warfare is still in its development phase and hasnt reached full maturation and personally i think that it will take actual white europeans to develop and use such weapons to their full pontential, not some dirt poor african tier slavBlack folk.

      I think you might be confusing metrics. One drone can take down a tank, that doesn't mean every drone takes out a tank on average. I've never seen anyone claim that.

  4. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    You can't be more cyberpunk than this.
    Finally it happened.

  5. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    wwyd if you captured a drone pilot after spending the last 3 months in a trench?

  6. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    This Stupid ass war made me buy $2000 in FPV equipment. It's fun as frick but now all the fricking cops of my rural town are following me wherever I go and think that I'm some kind of future terrorist and flying is illegal almost everywhere.

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Sometimes a reasonable man must do unreasonable things, anon.
      That man is you. Make them pay, anon.

  7. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Pretty cool

  8. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    how come pretty much every time a video comes out with some drone operator or drone provider the number of drones required for one kill is completely different and THAT video is cited as definitive proof of how many drones are used per kill

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Because they're talking about their personal experience in one part of the frontline in a large war? It's not hard to figure it out...

  9. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Anyone remember this cutie?

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