The Ukrainian Drone “Ratel” Will Quietly Deliver the Cotton Enemy!

Eden, feel life with­out aller­gies. The head of the mine has already checked the num­bers in the field. Twen­ty-five unique Ukrain­ian devel­op­ments were report­ed by Mykhai­lo Fedorov him­self, from logis­ti­cal to com­bat. From remote tur­rets that can be installed on a car, a trench, or anoth­er place to Kamikaze robots. Some of them are shown in the pho­to. Well, as for this land kid work­ing, which is now com­ing to our stu­dio, and what is spe­cial about it, its devel­op­er Taras Ostapchuk will tell you right now. He actu­al­ly con­trols this drone remote­ly. Con­grat­u­la­tions; it is actu­al­ly very easy to lis­ten to. Thank you for com­ing to our stu­dio with this com­bat friend. Let’s imme­di­ate­ly reas­sure our view­ers; it’s not the real changes here are anti-tank 120 mines. Oh well, and you are in mil­i­tary uni­form. That is, you are well ori­ent­ed to the needs of the front. You and her are scouts from where I serve in 120 sep­a­rate bat­tal­ions. The idea was born there in what. What is the main task of this kid and how to prop­er­ly call him? Prop­er bo, I say baby.

Its name is a hon­eyeater in the trans­la­tion into Eng­lish. There is such a lit­tle ani­mal, very inter­est­ing. Silent, yes, in the Eng­lish trans­la­tion, it is absolute­ly silent. It can sneak up on the ene­my absolute­ly silent­ly. It car­ries 35–40 kg at a dis­tance of one and a half kilo­me­ters to 5 km. Its main task is the destruc­tion of equip­ment and ene­my infantry. You know, it would seem like a sim­ple thing to me, but Ukraini­ans are smart and inge­nious peo­ple. I think that, after all, small drones will become such a break­through idea for a whole class of new equip­ment. Because they can obvi­ous­ly help with logis­tics and the evac­u­a­tion of the wound­ed. I saw an amaz­ing video when a sim­i­lar thing pulled caught the wound­ed man and sim­ply dragged him. Under fire, and in this way, lives are saved for the lives of ours. You are going to devel­op this idea in some way. In addi­tion to the Kamikaze robot, there are two more evo­lu­tion drones that are now being put into series as well for the evac­u­a­tion of the wound­ed and the deliv­ery of BC for our fight­ers. There are some reviews from the front that have already arrived.

This tech­nique of yours is state-of-the-art, as the broth­ers say. Every­one is sat­is­fied, and then the state will pay for it. Is it for pri­vate funds? As of now, these are pri­vate funds, absolute­ly in coop­er­a­tion with the state. That is, if some­one wants to join the col­lec­tion, for exam­ple, you said that the col­lec­tion starts tomor­row, tell me in more detail.

Yes, who, like tomor­row, the col­lec­tion of 50 cars starts. The col­lec­tion is held on time togeth­er with the Dikke­tos fund. I think we will show at the bot­tom of the frame the name of at least the fund. Friends, join because the thing is real­ly very easy to man­age, one of the advan­tages, as you explained to me, is easy to man­age. Now, I will try it myself. Well, tell me, please, it dri­ves very well here on the lev­el of the floor of our stu­dio, and the ground of the Yara is dif­fi­cult obsta­cles with a height of 20–25 cen­time­ters with­out any prob­lems and on sand. Well, some­where from such a depth, it can dri­ve where the jeep comes there and it will pass and all-wheel dri­ve at the same time and at the same time Prob­a­bly what you say.

Silent. Well, let’s try it now. I’ve learned a lit­tle bit. Remind me; it means we take it with two fin­gers. So I unfold it a lit­tle like this. That’s how I send it there. It goes on very eas­i­ly. That’s why it’s nec­es­sary to be so care­ful. This sto­ry turned out for me. Lis­ten. I can already be the oper­a­tor of the sec­ond one. Let’s learn a lit­tle. And it will be from me.

Fight­er. Thank you very much; I will hunt him down already behind the scenes. And I thank you once again for a good idea and for tire­less­ness. May your life and that of your broth­ers and sis­ters be safe, and let the ene­mies be afraid. Because Ukraine has already become a large mil­i­tary lab­o­ra­to­ry of resource­ful peo­ple; we have enough of one of them. Taras Ostapchuk is a fight­er.

120th Sep­a­rate Recon­nais­sance Bat­tal­ion and its Kamikaze Drone; tell me again what is the name of the ratal, which in trans­la­tion is. We doid silent, absolute­ly silent and scary for the orgs. Thank you. Good luck to you and all of us and Vic­to­ry. Glo­ry to Ukraine, thank you.

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