• Ukrainian FPV drone operators targeted a warehouse full of Russian weaponry.

  • The attack appeared to show the destruction of a rare Russian ‘Terminator’ tank.

  • Other equipment lost included two T-72 tanks, an infantry fighting vehicle and military trucks.

New video emerges showing Ukrainian FPV drone operators targeting a large concentration of Russian hardware after locating a warehouse in southern Ukraine.

Ukrainian attack drones infiltrated the hangar, filled with valuable assets from Putin’s war arsenal, and set out to destroy the valuable weaponry.

It’s unclear when and where the video was taken, and Insider could not independently verify it.

The logo at the bottom right of the footage belongs to Wild Hornets, a team of volunteers who make FPV kamikaze attack drones.

They build batches of drones for the Armed Forces of Ukraine on a voluntary basis. According to their website, they have delivered 3,500 7- to 10-inch FPV drones to the Ukrainian military since their project began.

They produce Kamikaze, Bomber and Scout drones.

The focal point of the attack appears to be the rare Russian BMPT “Terminator” tank, known for its fearsome battlefield capabilities.

The 53-ton, 23-foot-long ship The armored vehicle has a variety of weapons, including two 30mm cannons, four high-speed Ataka anti-tank missiles with a range of nearly four miles, two AG-17D grenade launchers and a 7.62mm PKTM coaxial machine gun.

The Russian army is believed to only 10 of the vehicles at the beginning of the full-scale Russian invasion of Ukraine on February 24, 2022.

Terminator tanks in Red Square

The Terminator tank support combat vehicle during the Victory Day military parade on Red Square marking the 75th anniversary of the victory in World War II, June 24, 2020 in Moscow, Russia.Iliya Pitalev – Host Photo Agency via Getty Images

The Ukrainian drones maneuvered through the hangar before destroying the prized Terminator tank and other assets.

Other Russian equipment flown included a BMP-3 infantry fighting vehicle, two T-72 tanks, and military trucks and vehicles.

Since launching its invasion of Ukraine, Russia has lost huge numbers of armored vehicles. Destroyed armor includes 2,600 main battle tanks and another 4,900 armored vehiclesHe said UK Ministry of Defense in January.

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By Sam