Folks, if this second installment finds you having missed the first installment (at least 50 videos and photos), from this morning (U.S. Eastern Time), PLEASE GET WITH THE PROGRAM. This is coming fast and furious. Don’t be left in the dust. If you like Ukrainian failed “blitz-cringe” videos, then, at this point, you should be checking this website not even every day, but every 12 hours.
THERE IS LESS MATERIAL IN THIS INSTALLMENT, BUT, AS BEFORE, KEEP REFRESHING YOUR BROWSER. THAT WAY, VIDEOS THAT DON’T WANT TO WORK, WILL SUDDENLY WORK.
AND, IT’S BEST TO VIEW THIS FROM A DESKTOP, LAPTOP, OR TABLET, **NOT** A SMART PHONE. THE MORE COMPUTING POWER, THE LOWER THE CHANCE OF YOUR DEVICE FREEZING UP OR EXITING THE BROWSER.
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Again, this is ONLY material that came online since June 16th.
Remember, as I told you, The Big Counteroffensive started on the morning of June 4th (the MSM didn’t even begin to catch on for three days), and I already posted at least 135 videos and photos from the period June 4th to June 16th, here, here, here, and here. (Check it out if you haven’t already. You might have to scroll down to find the relevant content.)
And so, here goes:
Below, a Lancet kamikaze drone lays waste to a U.S. AN/TPQ-49 counterfire radar, somewhere in the general vicinity of Kupiansk, east Kharkov.
Below, a Lancet kamikaze drone destroys a U.S. AN/TPQ-50 counterfire radar, somewhere in Zaporozhie.
Below, a Kub kamikaze drone executes a precise strike on Ukrainian radar hardware, location unspecified.
Below, a cannon shell or mortar bomb strikes very close to a U.S. AN/MPQ-64 short-range air defense radar, leaving the unit smoking, in the general vicinity of Bock-moot.
Below, a Lancet kamikaze drone strikes a Ukrainian camouflaged radar station, somewhere in Kharkov. The approach footage is REALLY cool. The drone hits the antenna pretty much dead-on. At a minimum, disassembly, evacuation, and repair will be needed.
Below, at the start of the video, what’s likely a camouflage net-covered Ukrainian command truck or electronics module of some sort, is beautifully taken apart by a Sudnyi Den’ (Judgement Day) kamikaze drone, piloted by a member of the Sudoplatov Battalion (Zaporozhie volunteers in Russian service), somewhere in the south. (A number of other Sudnyi Den’ strikes follow, but it’s all rather fast, not much fun to watch.)
Below, what’s been hit is allegedly a U.S. AN/TPQ-50 counterfire radar, near Kotliarovka, Kharkov. No camouflage, no sandbags, nothing. Just out in the open, by the side of a road. Perhaps, the intent was to hide it in plain sight. If so… that didn’t work.
Below, at least 11 dead agents of GLOBOHOMO, in a trench system, captured by a Russian force, near Kremennaia, west Lugansk.
Below, a Ukrainian recon/infiltration team lays dead, 6 or 7 bodies and their destroyed SUV (or whatever it is.) In heavily forested and/or lightly-manned areas with only a notional “front line”, such as the Russia-Ukraine border in the north/northeast, recon teams will drive almost right up to “enemy territory” before dismounting. However, this footage is from Zaporozhie, where the front is much more heavily manned, with less cover to work with. The team in this video, likely didn’t get very far.
Below, Ukrainian personnel storming an empty trench… have run into a death trap. One man inside the trench (towards the left) takes a direct hit from a mortar bomb at around 0:24, another inside the trench (to the right) at around 0:30, with the four guys to his immediate left (obscured in smoke or dust coming from the first blast) also likely NOT having a good day; likewise his colleague just outside the trench, the one whom you see falling down. It could be, everyone who entered this trench (plus, falling man) is dead or wounded, or dead and left to die, if no evacuation is possible. In/near Piatikhatki, Zaporozhie.
Below, five or six rotting sacks of shyt in a trench complex taken by a Russian force, location unspecified. One of the Russians, says two more are located further away, on the surface.
Below, most of a Ukrainian infiltration team is liquidated by a cannon shell or mortar bomb at 2:20 of this video, however, one got away… maybe. Near Bock-moot.
Below… VISCIOUS!!! A guided antitank missile wastes an entire group of Ukrainian personnel who were all bunched up together, perhaps receiving a briefing. I’m not sure if that’s one guy still standing at the end, or just a hot piece of tree? Near Razdolovka, north of Soledar, Donetsk.
Below, a guided antitank missile strikes a Ukrainian recon/infiltration squad, location unspecified. Mission aborted!
Below, a Ukrainian recon/infiltration team hit with a guided antitank missile near Vodianoe, Donetsk.
Below, a Ukrainian recon/infiltration team gets hit with a guided antitank missile, somewhere in west Lugansk.
A Ukrainian infiltration team crossing open ground is cut down by two mortar shells, location unspecified.
Below, three Ukrainian soldiers lay completely motionless throughout this video, likely dead, with at least one more of their colleagues barely moving, and one or more others likely wounded as well, somewhere in Zaporozhie. Bunching up like this, reflects GROSSLY inadequate training, and no “leadership” at all. Better just find your own spot, grab your spade and dig like mad. If you’re fit, it doesn’t take much time to dig a few inches of cover for yourself.
Below, three Ukro-departed getting a tan, near Bock-moot. What’s that junk near the beginning? Stretchers? If so, looks like the “medevac” didn’t go as planned.
Below, a Ukrainian pickup truck, carrying several personnel on the back (likely a recon team), is destroyed with a guided antitank missile, in Zaporozhie.
Below, The Big Counteroffensive is going grrrrreat! They should be reaching Crimea sometime before Jesus does, provided, we have at least another 6000 years before the End of Days. Incidentally, these guys (like most on their side) are speaking Russian. Perhaps, fighting on the wrong side? Location unspecified.
Below, at 0:46 and thereafter, a Sudnyi Den’ (Judgement Day) kamikaze drone, piloted by a member of the Sudoplatov Battalion (Zaporozhie volunteers in Russian service), strikes a Ukrainian motorboat in the Dniepr, drowning likely all three of its wounded crew, judging by the three heads in the water (before the final view of two floating bodies.)
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