Russia’s Use of Iranian Drones to Attack Ukrainian Infrastructure Seems to Have the Opposite Effect
Kung Chan, founder of ANBOUND
Russia has used Iranian drones to attack Ukraine’s infrastructure, causing power and water cuts in Ukrainian cities, causing great difficulties for Ukraine. However, this Russian attack also creates new problems and sets the trend, because Ukraine can do the same!
Iran’s unmanned attack aircraft is a propeller-propelled drone loaded with explosives, and it is not even accurate. If there is a general direction, then it crashes headlong into it, causing an explosion. This tactical thinking is obviously effective for large targets, residential areas, entire factories, tall buildings, airports, dams, bridges, etc. Now that Russia has opened this direction, Ukraine will also develop this technically rudimentary drone to attack Russia.
Not so long ago, Ukrainian UAVs began to repeatedly attack targets at deep airfields on the territory of Russia, with success.
The Russian air defense forces have no way to deal with such low-speed, near-ground targets from all directions. In turn, it is impossible for air defense equipment to cover all territories, therefore, as the Ukrainians say, “soon there will be no safe zone in Russia.” We will be able to hit all targets within the territory, including Siberia. We have no range limit,” an anonymous Ukrainian government defense adviser told the Financial Times.
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