r/CombatFootage Mar 31 '23

Ukrainian 🇺🇦 HIMARS/M270 strike firing 18 GMLRS missiles at Russian Targets Video

2.7k Upvotes

161 comments sorted by

378

u/JimuelShinemakerIII Mar 31 '23

Welp, someone's fucked.

87

u/TheLocalPub Apr 01 '23

We'll see the receiving ends pov tomorrow at 8pm. Stay tuned to /r/combatfootage

23

u/Nachtzug79 Apr 01 '23

It looks like summer in this video...

10

u/Mundane_Operation418 Apr 01 '23

Exactly, T-shirts and dry land. Somethings not right.

30

u/HisAnger Apr 01 '23

Trees are green, grass is green ... someone was already fucked with this barrage.

7

u/specwolf82 Apr 01 '23

Certain parts of Ukraine already have spring. Like in the U.S?

56

u/marcvsHR Apr 01 '23 edited Apr 01 '23

RUA will shoot all those missiles down, especially on important date as today Edit : for those unaware, today is April's fools day

-14

u/burnzrus Apr 01 '23

First this was from summer, and no they didn't shoot them down, all direct hits.

Also Russia has no ability to shoot them down.

8

u/giantsparklerobot Apr 01 '23

Eat it, grid square.

44

u/Iamrespondingtoyou Apr 01 '23

Na these things are guided, they’re going to specific places. The unguided MLRS are what fuck a grid.

14

u/no_please Apr 01 '23

"Recruits, this is a HIMARs missile launcher. Feel the weight! Every five seconds, this launcher can rain down up to six GPS-guided 227-kilogram warheads with pinpoint accuracy. Each warhead packs the explosive force of a 38-kiloton bomb - that's three times the yield of the one dropped on Hiroshima back on Earth. That means: Sir Isaac Newton is still a deadly son-of-a-bitch, even when it comes to weapons used on Earth!

Now, I assume you know that the planet we live on is full of stuff! Once you launch one of these missiles, it keeps going until it hits something! That can be a target, a building, or the people behind that target. It might also go off target and hit something or someone else. If you launch one of these, you better make damn sure you're hitting the right target, or you could be ruining someone's day, somewhere and sometime!" - eh, close enough, thanks chatgpt lmao

4

u/UK_to_UK Apr 01 '23

The GMLRS is literally nicknamed the "grid square removal service" by Western armies

1

u/Troglert Apr 01 '23

The M270 which was the original was unguided, but now there are more options. Can still fire unguided missiles, but that is not what Ukraine is using

2

u/assaultboy Apr 01 '23 edited Apr 02 '23

Nope.

The M270 received that nickname due to the cluster munitions of the M26 which was the primary munition it used at the time. It was guided just as these munitions are, but what they could do is spread the rockets out across a large area to blanket the target in cluster bomblets.

Those munitions have since been replaced by unitary warheads for precision strikes.

2

u/UK_to_UK Apr 01 '23

You're talking to someone who has extensively worked on this weapon system mate I'm ex 39-RA WKSP

209

u/Thanalas Mar 31 '23

Impressive sight!

Just a pity that we don't get to see them land somewhere as well!

75

u/BatangTundo3112 Mar 31 '23

People do, are certainly dead.

60

u/Planttech12 Apr 01 '23

I'm hoping that it's a great morale booster for the Ukrainian guys on the ground.

For those that haven't seen it - here's a Russian engineer inspecting damage caused by HIMARS/M270's to a Kamaz truck. It's totally insane, you can see where the Tungsten shot has gone through the engine block. 180,000 flaming supersonic bullets will wreak havoc on your insurance premium.

15

u/Additional_Candle_55 Apr 01 '23

The Swiss-cheese-inator!

2

u/IneffableKoD Apr 01 '23

Underrated comment!

6

u/Saltysalad Apr 01 '23

This is insane, I had no idea how much penetration glmrs have. That truck is fucked.

2

u/2tog Apr 01 '23

That's crazy. Are they air burst or something

1

u/[deleted] Apr 01 '23

Yes

2

u/BlueBull007 Apr 05 '23

Here is a video showing what it looks like when an M30A1 GMLRS warhead (that's the one with the tungsten balls in it) explodes. It's from the weapon development trials. Impressive footage this. Crazy how much damage it does. I suspect that the damage to the truck that you show is the result of such an M30A1
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b5h7BkCj5rI

6

u/iSanctuary00 Apr 01 '23

Fortunately for these fuckers you really don’t need to see them land. Just a bunch of smoke anyway.

1

u/BlueBull007 Apr 05 '23

Here is a video showing what it looks like when an M30A1 GMLRS warhead (that's the one with the tungsten balls in it) explodes. It's from the weapon development trials. Impressive footage this
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b5h7BkCj5rI

216

u/loghead03 Apr 01 '23

I was having a dried out Cuban cigar once on the most peaceful evening I’d had so far in Kandahar. The sun had just set and the night was that just-past-dusk deep blue. With the heat of the day gone, the air was pleasant and dry, the sound of the bugs and occasional thumps of an AC-130 doing routine training a nice background to the rare day off.

Suddenly, a fire mission went out from a battery I had no idea was nearby, but seemed to be just over the T-wall from me. An LZ had to be cleared for some guys somewhere. The night sky lit up and the roar filled my chest as I leaned back in my chair and puffed that crispy Cohiba, watching the lights arc off into the darkness.

Videos like this will forever return that surreal feeling like it was yesterday.

22

u/DropShotter Apr 01 '23

Dude you took me there with you. It sounds like a badass scene to a movie

106

u/Puzzleheaded-Job2235 Apr 01 '23

It must be nice seeing these weapons being used on an actual peer opponent. I feel like much of the US arsenal was wasted fighting ill equipped Jihadists in the desert. Blowing up Russians on the plains of Eastern Europe is what our weapons were made to do.

82

u/loghead03 Apr 01 '23

War isn’t nice to see in any case, but the weaponry is certainly pretty cool.

43

u/Iamrespondingtoyou Apr 01 '23

“Peer opponent” thanks for the laugh. We invented the term “near-peer” to coddle the Russian ego.

13

u/delcas1016 Apr 01 '23

Exquisite description, read like a book’s chapter intro, took me there chief, glad you had that rare moment and everything worked out for you. My only trouble is in understanding what kind of LZ moon craters offer, but that’s why I’m just a nobody.

5

u/loghead03 Apr 01 '23

Same, but that’s what I was told later when I asked about the sudden display.

I can only assume they were looking for a spot devoid of trees and living Taliban. Those hills are solid stone anyway; you’re not gonna make much difference to that rock with a few rockets.

8

u/Cptn_Canada Apr 01 '23

Thank you for your service and cigar recommendations.

15

u/loghead03 Apr 01 '23

They weren’t even good. Just dried up yellow bands we could get from the Dutch PX in a humidor that lived in an eternal desert struggle. Tbh I really doubt they were even genuine Habanos, especially knowing what I know now. Even if they were, they’d been through it getting around the world. But hey, to a barely 20 year old whose olfactory senses were fried by open sewage ponds and burn pits, they were peak opulence.

2

u/BlueBull007 Apr 05 '23

That is well-written. You have a knack for it. Have you considered writing a book about your experiences? If it was written in this style, I would buy it no doubt. My compliments (coming from a guy that devours books like they're his last meal)

1

u/loghead03 Apr 05 '23

Yeah I’ve considered writing a book. My career and my experiences are by no means exceptional and probably not even unique, but the characters you meet and the ridiculous stuff you get into in an enlistment, especially during the OIF/OEF timeframe, could easily fill a book.

1

u/fromnochurch Apr 02 '23

Can someone help me. The other day I saw this amazing 45 minute video released by the Ukrainian intelligence on their YouTube channel. It was about the Kraken unit. I can’t find the video or channel. Can someone help me. They have a bunch of videos and it is well produced and shows an owl in cutscenes. It cuts back to some head of intelligence e guy who kind of narratives it. This particular video was about Kraken unit taking back Bahkmut and the Kharkiv offensive.

67

u/A_Half_Ounce Mar 31 '23

Warheads on foreheads.

53

u/No_Bee6857 Mar 31 '23

A thing of beauty….. if you’re at the launch site only.

44

u/amor_fatty Mar 31 '23

I love how everyone stops to watch the HiMARS be fired

41

u/Chungus_The_Rabbit Mar 31 '23

Incoming pain somewhere.

24

u/Consistent-Street458 Mar 31 '23

Death can be beautiful

8

u/CaracalWall Apr 01 '23

Life itself is beautiful. Death being a part of it within this reality has its… appeal in ways.

23

u/LittleLoyal16 Apr 01 '23

Ah yes, lush trees and Tshirt weather in march. Its old footage folks but a sick video nonetheless.

15

u/Former-Cupcake8478 Mar 31 '23

You dont want that smoke 😮‍💨

26

u/Dr-Turd-Ferguson Mar 31 '23

Fingers of God

32

u/Ismokeditalleveryday Mar 31 '23

I think the UAF recently received a large supply of HIMARS.

11

u/max_k23 Apr 01 '23

Old video

7

u/ThePooBird Apr 01 '23

Figured. It looks more like summer.

-23

u/Sugoi_Sukhoi47 Apr 01 '23

Yes they did, about a year ago...long since ran out of ammo

6

u/inevitablelizard Apr 01 '23 edited Apr 01 '23

Bullshit.

The use might have fallen due to a need to conserve supplies and avoid running down stockpiles while the production rate is increased, I can absolutely believe that they're not being used as heavily as they were last summer. But there is just no evidence whatsoever for "ran out of ammo". None.

The Russians also moved their large ammunition depots and command locations out of HIMARS range so there are likely fewer targets for them in the first place. Until the longer range GLSDB is deployed, unsure when exactly that will happen.

-1

u/Sugoi_Sukhoi47 Apr 01 '23

Bullshit? Our own western officials say that we dont even have enough ammunition for ourselves. There is a reason why so many countries backed out on their original claims of sending tanks or jets, or changed their decision from hightech to old and outdated vehicles that arent even combat capable. They simply dont have much to spare anymore. Meanwhile RU is churning out munitions nonstop and far outnumber all of europes munition making capabilities. Its a war of who will run out of ammo first. And RU wont anytime soon. I dont see why people are reeeing at something our own western governments have been saying for months now

3

u/inevitablelizard Apr 01 '23

There is a reason why so many countries backed out on their original claims of sending tanks or jets, or changed their decision from hightech to old and outdated vehicles that arent even combat capable.

This is not true. No country has so far pledged to send modern western jets in the first place. And the countries that pledged leopard 2s have stuck by their pledges - including Germany sending the pretty modern 2A6 and even Finland sparing a few specialist variants like mine clearing versions. A lot of them are sending the older leopard 1s because they have them lying around doing nothing so why not.

You're completely ignoring the efforts in numerous western countries (not just the US) to speed up production of ammunition, including the American GMLRS used by Ukraine as well as regular artillery shells.

And if you're going to talk about "old and outdated vehicles" let's talk about Russia using fucking T62s on the front line since late last summer.

6

u/NST92 Apr 01 '23

Ofcourse dude, the USA sends expensive weaponry without a lot of ammo...

-1

u/Sugoi_Sukhoi47 Apr 01 '23 edited Apr 01 '23

They did give them ammo. Its long since ran out. One reasons why videos of our stuff being used all of a sudden werent being made anymore. Do you have any clue how long it takes to make a single javelin? Or any smart munition like a hmars missile? Our own officials said we are over 2 years behind on production after giving it all to ukraine, who used it all around the first 6 months of 2022. They are not getting much ammunition anymore for high tech equipment like the hmars. The entirety of europe can barely provide normal artillery shells anymore. They didnt have much for themselves even before the war. Europe is and was never in any form of combat readiness before the war and even less so now giving all their stockpiles away. Downvote if you want, our own western officials said that

1

u/NST92 Apr 01 '23

That's why it's stored in great amounts.... America isn't dumb, why send himars when you cannot deliver ammo? Have you been following the aid packages at all? It literally states ammunition for himars in nearly every single case.

What would happen with the Abrahams then? Following your logic, each Abraham would get 100 rounds and that's it?

1

u/Sugoi_Sukhoi47 Apr 01 '23

We arent giving them our armored abrams or our advanced shells. Those are only for US use. The abrams they are getting are basically paper shells stripped down to their bare components. The armor on our armored abrams are top secret. That will not be given to another country. And yes, most of the tanks that were sent have very little ammunition for them. We dont have ammunition stored in great amounts anymore. It all went to ukraine. The owners of the javenlin factories even said that we have no more for domestic defense and are past 2 years behind on our bare minimum supply after giving them all to ukraine. You cant just snap your fingers and make more hightech and expensive ammunition appear. It takes weeks to make a single javelin/smart missile. And europe even admitted that they barely have any munitions left for themselves. Many european countries dont make most of their munitions to any significant capacity either. They typically would buy from the US and make ammunition for guns, not high tech rockets and missiles.

1

u/Singern2 Apr 01 '23

Every drawdown has included additional HIMARS ammunition, unlike artillery, they're not used that frequently, save for high value targets.

11

u/TheDanishFire Mar 31 '23

u/tomina69

Finally someone can make a good headline, with no spreading misinformation. Thank you.

-12

u/Sugoi_Sukhoi47 Apr 01 '23

But this video is old, and long since ran out of ammo for these

9

u/Arkaign Apr 01 '23

They send regular resupply. I think it's on 7th or 8th tranche of munitions for the 142/270 by now.

https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2023-03-20/us-announces-350-million-in-ammunition-and-supplies-for-ukraine#xj4y7vzkg

Coverage of OPSEC on the launches seems to have increased quite a bit over the winter, and there's also a probable element of stockpiling in advance of a major combined arms push.

1

u/TheDanishFire Apr 05 '23 edited Apr 05 '23

You are talking about the Americans and the alliance dude...

There is no such thing - running out of ammunition, what do you mean? We have everything, even Putins money.

1

u/Sugoi_Sukhoi47 Apr 05 '23

While I personally seemingly have infitinie ammo when mag dumping into trash in the backyard, the same is not true for our military. Actually american homeland readiness has never been lower because of all the ammunition and crap we sent to the black hole that is ukraine. Our own munition factory owners are saying we are years behind minimum peacetime readiness....thats not even counting war time national readiness. Europe is in even worse combat readiness. Many officials are saying that if europe goes into total war (ww3) their ammunition stockpiles will barely last a few days.

1

u/TheDanishFire Apr 14 '23 edited Apr 14 '23

You will never get the real numbers.

Ukraine is not a black hole, they produced a Russian killing factory. if we dont feed it we have to do it ourselves - when Putin have rebuild.

When you grab a snake at its nec, dont panic or losen the grip. Squeeze,,,,,

Dont listen to WHAT the industry says, listen to WHY they say it. This is big money, and they get money founds to expand production.

Now lets stop panicking, and get this over with. We arent even at wartime production - yet. We can turn up the heat further if needed. So this is a good businescase actually, just keep this winner running. See the big picture, the free world never had this oppertunity before, and we will not let them off the hook to bite us later.

6

u/AbusedPants Apr 01 '23

Man I see shit like this and think what the fuck would it be like to fight the full weight of the American military

2

u/seller_collab Apr 01 '23

Nobody really knows, but it would be terrifying.

The stuff you saw 35 years ago in desert storm is still leaps and bounds ahead of the rest of the world, and the US has been showing the public it’s drone swarm weaponry like what you see in this video since 2016, so they’ve likely had the tech viable for 20+ years.

https://youtu.be/DjUdVxJH6yI

Literally hundreds of autonomous murder drones swarming targets from just two f-18’s.

Imagine a fleet B-2’s each with a full payloads of these things unleashing 100,000 of these bastards at once from the upper atmosphere and overwhelming thousands of targets on a preprogrammed targeting plan.

We are almost certainly there and likely have been for over a decade, but we’ve never had to swing that hammer because everyone else is so far behind. We’ve been outspending spending everyone for 80 consecutive years and have been waging occupational wars testing new tech for just as long.

That’s why only China fights the US economically - militarily it’s just apples and oranges.

1

u/croc_socks Apr 01 '23 edited Apr 01 '23

Closest modern combat would be Desert Storm. You had the Air Force, Army & Navy. Plus other NATO allies.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zxRgfBXn6Mg&list=PLErys4h2oiuyKCuzZhpHhCeRwSoQVEazb

1

u/HatchingCougar Apr 01 '23

“what the fuck would it be like to fight the full weight of the American military”

…Short

8

u/Hendrixon- Apr 01 '23

Old video ? T shirts, it is cold at the moment.

6

u/SovereignThrone Mar 31 '23

Question: do all these hit targets in the same area, or can they designate a different target per missile (as long as it is in range)

17

u/SHTHAWK Mar 31 '23

They can hit separate targets. They can also be programmed to all land on the same target at the same time by adjusting trajectory of each missile.

12

u/GiGiFiguroa Mar 31 '23

Each rocket can be programmed to have its own separate target.

-28

u/CrimsonReaper96 Apr 01 '23

These are rockets, not missiles.

7

u/Original_Read7568 Apr 01 '23

…what the fuck do you think the difference is?

Rockets are a cylindrical projectile that can be propelled to a great height or distance by the combustion of its contents.

A missile is something fired at an object for a specific purpose-destruction.

These rockets are missiles. These missiles are rockets. There the same fucking thing. Technically, the correct complete description would be rocket-powered missiles.

1

u/HuntingRunner Apr 01 '23

Isn't the difference the existence of a guidance system? Missiles have one, rockets don't.

This only applies to thr military designation of course. The Saturn V was a rocket, not a missile, simply because those civilian things are called rockets.

1

u/Original_Read7568 Apr 02 '23

Dumb-fire rockets are still missiles in the technical sense. The military does sort of use the two as separate terms, however they also like to cross them.

For example, you can have a particularly weapon dubbed a missile because it has a guidance system. If you have another weapon that doesn’t have a guidance system, it’s dubbed a rocket. But then if you take that rocket and manufacture it with a guidance system, they call it a guided rocket instead of a missile, despite it literally being indistinguishable in any sense from a missile.

So what the military calls it in their specific designation is ultimately irrelevant to the technicality of the definitions of those words. Especially considering each military might have a different designation for the same general thing.

Rockets are a type of propulsion. Missiles are launched things intended to destroy something. You can have missiles that aren’t rockets, such as jet-powered cruise missiles. If these were unguided, like the German V-1, it would still be considered a missile (and it is, the first cruise missile).

The military can call unguided missiles rockets, such as rocket artillery, for internal distinguishment. But what they call them doesn’t change what they are technically.

1

u/HuntingRunner Apr 02 '23

So what the military calls it in their specific designation is ultimately irrelevant to the technicality of the definitions of those words.

Not really when you're talking about it in a military sense, which we are. If this was a subreddit about civilian spaceflight, sure, but it's a subreddit about combat footage. Military designations matter here.

Especially considering each military might have a different designation for the same general thing.

Different languages, different designations. Afaik every english speaking military has this general divide between (unguided) rockets and (guided) missiles.

If these were unguided, like the German V-1

The V-1 wasn't unguided. Which is the reason why it's a (cruise) missile.

doesn’t change what they are technically.

How does ignoring the technical part, meaning the official military designations, not change what they are technically?

1

u/Original_Read7568 Apr 02 '23

Yes really, unless you’re giving the specific designation like specifically an AIM-9 Sidewinder missile. It also isn’t incorrect to call it a rocket because it is, literally, a rocket.

Designations as missile or rocket don’t matter in the sense of our conversation unless you’re talking about it’s specific full designation I.e it’s full title. Otherwise, like I said, in every technical sense of both words the two are interchangeable.

My bad you’re right that thing was guided, albeit shitily. But guided nonetheless.

We aren’t ignoring the technical part. Quite LITERALLY every rocket-powered missile can be called a rocket because it is rocket powered. That is the most straightforward, basic, uncomplicated technical definition. Whether it is guided or not does not change the fact that it is a rocket. Guided rockets happen to be called missiles by the military (most of the time, except when they call them guided rockets instead of missiles). But they are still rockets, by every technical definition. The military uses the two different designations for internal reasons, presumably logistics.

5

u/Ploxxx69 Apr 01 '23

Older footage.

3

u/philipmj24 Apr 01 '23

No music, just the sound of incoming death. I love it.

3

u/dannyd8807 Apr 01 '23

My boys love HIMARS

3

u/Cheddie310 Apr 01 '23

Fire and Dip. crazy that we've had these since the 80s?

3

u/muud12 Apr 01 '23

Eighteen trails of destruction.

14

u/Top-Border-1978 Mar 31 '23

Looks like older footage

-4

u/Sugoi_Sukhoi47 Apr 01 '23

Because it is

4

u/Empty-Application-75 Mar 31 '23

Sonemone about get fuck

2

u/smalleybiggs_ Mar 31 '23

Please send my regards

2

u/Dlrocket89 Apr 01 '23

Wonder what target required that much servicing....

2

u/IneffableKoD Apr 01 '23

Someone receives a message saying, "should have stayed home, Ork." Written in fire, 18 times.

2

u/berryjewse Apr 01 '23

Now THIS is pod-racing!

2

u/SupertomboyWifey Apr 01 '23

That's a bad day for someone

2

u/Kingulingus Apr 02 '23

I spent several years in a himar battalion and I never once saw a rocket volley like this. Maybe 2 or 3 at once. That view is incredible.

2

u/Formal_Garage4964 Apr 01 '23

Is this old, I don’t think they fire salvos anymore

2

u/Singern2 Apr 01 '23

They still do, most HIMARS launches don't get posted/filmed.

-1

u/Sugoi_Sukhoi47 Apr 01 '23

This is actually old, they have no ammo for these anymore...

2

u/Singern2 Apr 01 '23

Ammo for what? HIMARS?

1

u/Sugoi_Sukhoi47 Apr 01 '23

Many things, especially artillery. They used so much, RU more than quadruples its artillery usage compared to ukraine since spring of last year...government stats from most sources show that. Europe cant even provide 1/4th of the artillery ammunition that RU is using on a weekly basis

1

u/d4rkskies Apr 01 '23

At least two launchers, likely M270/MARS II given the number.

Someone’s going to be having a really bad day…

1

u/mitchbuck Apr 01 '23

I was lucky enough to observe MLRS in Korea. I was the FO along with my platoon of fisters. OP 13 or something like that. Then, after a bit they sat me on the AFATDS :((

1

u/Xlakin Apr 01 '23

My tax dollarrssssss! Woooo

1

u/EveningStarNM1 Apr 02 '23

Thank you. We'll need more next year, too.

0

u/doublegg83 Apr 01 '23

In the words of Miley Cyrus...'Flowers".

0

u/DarkUrGe19 Apr 02 '23

Wanna see impacts, not launches anymore.

0

u/GreasyPeter Apr 05 '23

It's still amazing to me that these are being live-fired at another sovereign nations military in Europe in the 21st century.

-2

u/[deleted] Apr 01 '23

How come we never see them land? Fake much? These things just go into space and into the sun, prove me wrong.

-36

u/[deleted] Mar 31 '23

[removed] — view removed comment

5

u/Gizmooo111 Apr 01 '23

Enough about you. Lets talk about the video

1

u/MidnightRider24 Mar 31 '23

Terrifying. Glad I'm not on the loosing end.

1

u/Bignastytrees33 Mar 31 '23

I’d like to see what’s at the end of that rainbow

1

u/Ceramicrabbit Apr 01 '23

Why 18?

3

u/The_Human_Bullet Apr 01 '23

They had 18 targets

1

u/johnarmysf123 Apr 01 '23

I love watching a ripple launch

1

u/spacebarstool Apr 01 '23

Have any himars been documented as lost yet?

3

u/TheSorge Apr 01 '23

Nope. Russia's claimed they have of course and have probably taken out a few decoys, but there's no visual evidence of any of them being lost.

1

u/no_please Apr 01 '23

Wonder if they're ever in any actual danger. I believe they significantly outrange opposing artillery, but I've also heard they move after they shoot, which means they must be in some danger of something.

1

u/assaultboy Apr 01 '23

They generally can outrange russian artillery. But if they want to shoot deeper into the back lines they have to move closer into range.

But they scoot so fast after shooting that the only real way to get destroyed is if they are caught by a SOF team at the firing point or are extremely incompetent.

1

u/spacebarstool Apr 01 '23

That's great to hear. They're working as advertised then.

1

u/Character-Plankton83 Apr 01 '23

God that sound is sexy as fuck

1

u/LoneSnark Apr 01 '23

18 is a lot of targets. I wonder if Russia is actually starting to intercept any.

5

u/CaracalWall Apr 01 '23

Hahahah

1

u/assaultboy Apr 01 '23

GMLRs rockets can feasibly be intercepted. The interception rate is probably low, but greater than 0

1

u/ConsequencePlayful48 Apr 01 '23

Must be a deadly day for Russian. The ones they don’t shot down, is for sure a direct hit on something’s importance

1

u/ttoften Apr 01 '23

So no hospitals or playgrounds?

1

u/gargoso Apr 01 '23

Here we can actually say freedom is on its way!

1

u/MedicineFine9187 Apr 01 '23

i wonder where this lot landed

1

u/NickM5526 Apr 01 '23

Average wish.com fireworks display:

1

u/[deleted] Apr 01 '23

I want to see the other end of the rainbow.

1

u/Ikoikobythefio Apr 01 '23

This must have been last summer. They're in t-shirts

1

u/Simple-Purpose-899 Apr 01 '23

Oof, something big is getting the long dick.

1

u/Tommygmail Apr 01 '23

Shame we cant get a GoPro mounted to a HiMars Missile Would be amazing.

1

u/Euphoric-Personality Apr 01 '23

Looks like shaping operations hace begun

1

u/moxeto Apr 02 '23

Meme that into Stars and Stripes

1

u/Revolutionary-Bar-93 Apr 02 '23

Not a bad way to spend 2 million

1

u/SanityFin Apr 03 '23

Beatiful