r/CombatFootage Mar 31 '23

BUAR 110 drone chases russian soldiers (music from source) Video

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u/Kingulingus Mar 31 '23

Really put some English on that bank shot.

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u/dry_yer_eyes Mar 31 '23

That deflection at 1:23! The operator’s got some mad skillz.

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u/slipslidinthatway Mar 31 '23

Literally skillz that killz

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u/birdnerd Mar 31 '23

I like the little fist pump the drone gives.

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u/Thanalas Mar 31 '23

Wow, someone really knew how to handle a drone!

That bounce into the spillway was pretty impressive!

But still quite a few Russians managed to get away, unfortunately!

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u/killian11111 Apr 01 '23

I see no causality in this video. No one was harmed. I guess that's why they used the clown music

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u/Singern2 Apr 01 '23

There's casualties, plenty of wounded.

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u/killian11111 Apr 03 '23

Oh you are there? How can you state that as a fact? Does a stubbed toe or splinter from rolling on the ground count?

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u/Singern2 Apr 03 '23

......you can literally see it

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u/killian1113 Apr 03 '23

Maybe you can point to the second it happens in the video like 1:30 or?

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u/Singern2 Apr 03 '23

If you can't see it and use your understanding of how shrapnel works then I can't help you, because almost all hits were well within range and you can see the subsequent reactions.

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u/killian1113 Apr 03 '23

Oh u can't even point out one instance yet claimed all hits. Got it.

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u/Thanalas Apr 01 '23

Causality or casualty? :-)

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u/killian11111 Apr 01 '23

Damn big fingers and drinking. Neither ;)

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u/Grimmblut Mar 31 '23

BUAR 110 is the unit name if anyone got confused by the title.

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u/wd668 Apr 01 '23

Which in turn stands for "Artillery Reconnaisance and Management Battery" of the 110th Mechanized Brigade.

Their 1st birthday coming up soon.

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u/Danclim Mar 31 '23

There's going to be an entire generation with PTSD every time anything with a propeller is nearby...

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u/JonnyOgrodnik Apr 01 '23

I was thinking the same thing. Do you think recreational drones will be banned in Russia in the future? Will these guys go crazy when they hear a weed whacker being used when someone is doing yard work?

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u/True_Bath_8224 Apr 02 '23

I can't even imagine the horror. I remember in '16, if im remembering right, telling my command I thought drones were gonna be a massive problem in the future. Then that base was attacked with a suicide drone killing a bunch of Iraqis after they brought it into their headquarters.

Fuck drones man, I'd be fucking terrified. Theirs no cheap man portable solution. Throw small Arms and hope to hit, or waste a manpad, or expensive jamming rifle. Theirs no good counter, they can be made anywhere and are cheap to manufacture.

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u/Efficient_Mark3386 Mar 31 '23

Tactical rolling! What are you doing Abu Hazar???

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u/swoll9yards Apr 01 '23

I started cracking up when he kept rolling lol

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u/killian11111 Apr 01 '23

That shit was slick. Fast roll, avoid shrapnel did a good job zero hits

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u/ShadowHound75 Mar 31 '23

Abu Hajar is so proud right now.

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u/implementofwar333 Mar 31 '23

THey are getting better with the drones. These russians actually had a little self preservation. Still gave them a run for their lives.

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u/gozba Apr 01 '23

But imagine they will have PTSD from this in their dreams the rest of their lives (if they survive). Then learn that their nightmares are accompanied by Yakety Sax on the internet.

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u/theroy12 Mar 31 '23

The Hajjar-roll worked!.... at least for a bit, until the drone caught up with them under that tunnel

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u/BetterConversation41 Mar 31 '23

That RGT-27S Thermobaric grenade that got banked off the rock had to really hurt in that concrete overpass.

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u/offwekid Mar 31 '23

Rushits receiving flu shots from the sky

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u/OrkFilth Mar 31 '23

I love when they drop these grenades near walls or fences and you can see the true extent of the shrapnel.

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u/ADXMcGeeHeezack Mar 31 '23

How incredibly terrifying that would be holy shit.

Great work by the drone operator though

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u/bookcreative Mar 31 '23

I approve of the music this time around!

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u/gmoneylucky Apr 01 '23

Can you imagine a squadron of those racing drones screeching through the tree line with fully auto weapons unloading rounds with computer aided precision. To make it even more terrorizing they should first fly up into the sky and in formation turn on red lights to make a skull and bones light show before dramatically descending into the trees in a rapid succession.

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u/ttoften Apr 02 '23

That first guy is a Dark souls pro player

2

u/gumbo_chops Mar 31 '23

Anyone know what the 'zig-zag' like structures in that trench are meant for at ~1:35? Looks like some kind of spillway...perhaps they help control the flowrate?

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u/gexpdx Mar 31 '23

My guess is that it induces turbulence. Possibly to suspend more sediment in the water or increase oxygen.

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u/Jane_the_analyst Mar 31 '23

correct, and to slow the inrush

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u/gexpdx Mar 31 '23

Do you know what they are called?

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u/Jane_the_analyst Apr 01 '23

culverts, weirs, bioswales, check dam, etc? https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Check_dam

A drop structure, also known as a grade control, sill, or weir, is a manmade structure, typically small and built on minor streams, or as part of a dam's spillway, to pass water to a lower elevation while controlling the energy and velocity of the water as it passes over. Unlike most dams, drop structures are usually not built for water impoundment, diversion or raising the water level. Mostly built on watercourses with steep gradients, they serve other purposes such as water oxygenation and erosion prevention.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Drop_structure

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u/WikiSummarizerBot Apr 01 '23

Check dam

A check dam is a small, sometimes temporary, dam constructed across a swale, drainage ditch, or waterway to counteract erosion by reducing water flow velocity. Check dams themselves are not a type of new technology; rather, they are an ancient technique dating from the second century A.D. Check dams are typically, though not always, implemented in a system of several dams situated at regular intervals across the area of interest.

Drop structure

A drop structure, also known as a grade control, sill, or weir, is a manmade structure, typically small and built on minor streams, or as part of a dam's spillway, to pass water to a lower elevation while controlling the energy and velocity of the water as it passes over. Unlike most dams, drop structures are usually not built for water impoundment, diversion or raising the water level. Mostly built on watercourses with steep gradients, they serve other purposes such as water oxygenation and erosion prevention.

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u/DocVVZZ Apr 01 '23

That guy climbing up out of the ditch got shafted.

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u/DirKDiggler69xx Apr 01 '23

The design of those stairs looks a bit uncomfortable to walk down.

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u/Alert-Permission-908 Mar 31 '23

Why are the russians so afraid to die? What do they have to live for?

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u/DaGhostQc Apr 01 '23

It's called Combat Footage... what exactly are you expecting here?

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u/Jane_the_analyst Apr 01 '23

Haha, next thing you are going to tell us that you haven't seen the actual murders of the invasion.

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u/The_DHC Apr 01 '23

Combat footage on YouTube is the Kidz Bop version of songs

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u/Everydaywhiteboy Apr 01 '23

This is exactly my point you guys are weird for this. Both sides in this engagement are just fodder for an agenda that doesn’t serve them. So watching funny montages of them getting killed is just cringey and it takes human life too lightly. I think a lot of people in here just enjoy gore, I used to seek it out as well. Being desensitized to death doesn’t make you cool or edgy it just makes it harder for you to be empathetic and form real life relationships.

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u/Ok_Train2273 Mar 31 '23

Wow, i am impressed by Boots Randolphs drone skills 16 years after his death.

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u/Singern2 Apr 01 '23

That thermobaric drop was superb with the ricochet.

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u/Arking101 Apr 01 '23

That Russian soldier did a spin to win

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u/Lisbord Apr 03 '23

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u/Imaginary_Pay9931 Apr 06 '23

I had no idea abu hajar had joined the Russian army.. Was wondering what happened to him!