AWESOME video game style footage shows the moment when Ukrainian troops bombarded the enemy with grenades launched from drones.
One soldier fell to the ground while others fled when surprise explosives fell on an unsuspecting group of Russians in Ukraine.
Accompanied by dramatic music, the 43-second clip shows two hand grenades falling from a drone that has its feet in the sky.
The first bomb explodes the moment it hits the ground, knocking an enemy soldier fighting in Kharkiv Oblast to the ground and sending a second fleeing in panic.
A second grenade lands a few seconds later at a different location on a soldier occupying a command post, but he flees just in time before it explodes.
The stunning images emerge as more clips emerge of Russian soldiers and military equipment being decimated by Ukraine on the battlefield.
Mad Vlad’s forces lost 72 military vehicles and up to 1,000 men when they tried to cross the Donets River in eastern Ukraine this week.
Two battalions are said to have been wiped out after the suicide mission to rescue comrades and equipment that got stuck on the wrong side of the Donets River in the first disastrous attack.
Hundreds of Russian vehicles and men were stranded after their attempt to cross the waterway on May 8 failed spectacularly when their floating bridges were destroyed by Ukrainian artillery.
Meanwhile, brave Ukrainian fighters captured the jaw-dropping moment when they destroyed a Russian vehicle while repelling Putin’s advance and a £4m tank was decimated in a matter of seconds by a stealthy missile, while a third’s turret was decimated. hurled 250 feet into the sky.
And the Russian military suffered another devastating blow on Friday, when Ukraine allegedly hit and destroyed a navy ship, which Moscow claims had “mysteriously burned” just weeks after the flagship of the Black Sea Fleet sank, Moscow.
That ends a humiliating week for Putin, who has been forced to cut his Victory Day Parade by 35% and cancel a long-awaited and threatening ‘Z’-shaped flyby.
The ailing despot was expected to use the event to claim victory over Ukraine or issue a mass mobilization – neither occurred.
And 78 days after the conflict, Putin still has not achieved a single military objective that he set on the day of the invasion on February 24.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said his men had pushed Russian troops out of the eastern city of Kharkiv and are beginning to encircle them in the strategic city of Izyum.
Brave Ukrainian defenders drove the invaders out of the city and back across the Russian border.
The push means that Ukrainian artillery can now reach the important city of Vovchansk, which contains a vital road and railway line that supplies Russian forces in the Donbas.
The UK Ministry of Defense said Russian troops deployed around Kharkiv were “vulnerable to the mobile and highly motivated Ukrainian counter-attack force”.
“Despite Russia’s success in besieging Kharkiv in the early stages of the conflict, it would have withdrawn units from the region to reorganize and resupply its forces after heavy losses,” the ministry said in an update Thursday morning.
“Once reconstituted, these forces will likely move to the east bank of the Donets River, forming a blocking force to protect the western flank of Russia’s main concentration of forces and key supply routes for operations in the vicinity of Izyum.
“The withdrawal of Russian forces from Kharkiv is a tactical acknowledgment of Russia’s inability to capture key Ukrainian cities where they expected limited resistance from the population.”