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Is this Shahed-136? The engine sound isn't the same we hear here, but this just hit multiple positions inside Ukraine

EDIT: It pounded multiple positions inside Kiev, Belaya Tserkov. This is the first time Iranian drones have been able to reach this far from the front line.
 

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From the latest news: Oryx has been reported of being victim of a tantrum, and got displaced to his local psychiatric hospital for the security of himself and others. Turkish PM said "Hopefully no victim has been deplored and the person has been locked into a special isolation cell for further review of his mental health conditions."
 
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From the latest news: Oryx has been reported of being victim of a tantrum, and got displaced to his local psychiatric hospital for the security of himself and others. Turkish PM said "Hopefully no victim has been deplored and the person has been locked into a special isolation cell for further review of his mental health conditions."
Who runs that account and from where?
 

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Our drones

Petty as it may seem, can I just point out how funny it is that Iranians always used so much copium when talking about Turkish drones have foreign component while objectively yours use more foreign components and input lol. Rotax engines, Intel processors and boards, foreign external GPS and etc.
Our drones are 90 percent iranian.
But your drones are 100 percent nonturkish.

This is the difference
 

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Petty as it may seem, can I just point out how funny it is that Iranians always used so much copium when talking about Turkish drones have foreign component while objectively yours use more foreign components and input lol. Rotax engines, Intel processors and boards, foreign external GPS and etc.
since when usa f-15s are piloted by Pejak and Komulah terrorists
 

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Firstly, the drone was shut down by an F-15...... so you are wrong from the start..... Also, What is you evidence that any part of these drones are none Iranian??
The Rotex engine is almost certainly made in Iran, even though the design and origine is foreign.... this is why we export these as much as we want, but the Turks have to stop production as soon as likes of Canada or Euroe put sanction on them...
 

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Russians successfully used a large swarm of Shahed-136 drones to hit a town near Kiev, directly annihilating a large training barracks. In large swarms, the Ukrainians air defenses seem to be mostly defenseless against these things.





 
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Petty as it may seem, can I just point out how funny it is that Iranians always used so much copium when talking about Turkish drones have foreign component while objectively yours use more foreign components and input lol. Rotax engines, Intel processors and boards, foreign external GPS and etc.
Cuckmander Ince(l)oglu, Iran's initial production batch involved foreign parts including engine and foreign microprocessors of 30 nm process.

Those ones you see in the pictures from 🇮🇶 are from that first batch. Iran has reverse engineered these technologies and has been capable of limited production of less sophisticated semiconductors since the late 90s.

Now I hope my message got across loud and clear or I might have to translate it in uldurum buldurum gobbledygook for you.
 

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This is a high intensity conflict. Both sides have attained lots of weapons from each other. Russians have gotten their hands on Brimstone missiles fully intact, Javelins, Switchblades, M777s, Caesar howitzers etc On the other hand the Ukrainians have gotten their hands on Russian tanks including recently a T-90 intact.

But in this case it doesn't even matter because the Mojaher isn't a high end Iranian UAV. Do you know how many Bayraktars have fallen into enemy hands ? Or how many Chinese UAVs have been shot down by the Houthis in Yemen ? The Russians bought this UAV along with the Shahed-136 precisely because they're effective but low cost and expendable. Better to lose a $2 million dollar UAV than a $36 million dollar SU-34 for example. The Russians seem to be using more and more of these, including the Shahed-136 (Gerun-2)

The trick is to use them in large numbers, to saturate the airspace. Pairing them with artillery strikes and ballistic/cruise missile strikes makes them even more effective because then the enemy air defense units begin second guessing themselves, not knowing whether to target the missiles or incoming drones.

Anyways based on the successful strikes lately, especially last night in Bela Tserkva, the Russians have definitely gotten their money's worth.

The russians ought to bomb and destroy it at the very least...this is one of the reasons I didn't want drones to be sold to those worthless, careless drunkards. Retards lost this in a matter of days...Houthis protected our technology better for years.
 

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