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Ukrainian soldier wounded in Donbas as enemy drops grenade from UAV on JF positions

  • May 6, 2020
  • Categories: Counter Drone News


Ukraine’s Joint Forces Operation Headquarters (JFO HQ) has said one Ukrainian soldier has sustained a shrapnel wound, as Russia’s hybrid military forces dropped a grenade launcher fragmentation round, using an unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV), on JF positions in Donbas, eastern Ukraine.

“Today, on May 2, the Russian-occupying forces once again fired at our defenders near the village of Hnutove. The enemy dropped a VOG-17 fragmentation round from an unmanned aerial vehicle on Joint Forces positions,” the JFO HQ wrote on Facebook on May 2. As a result of a grenade rupture, a soldier received a shrapnel wound. He was rushed to a hospital and provided with medical assistance.

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