May 09, 2022

The role of drones in Russia’s Ukraine invasion

By Samuel Bendett

Russia’s invasion of Ukraine is very visibly sending thousands of missiles and rounds of artillery at buildings, malls and homes across the democratic country. But not so visibly, there’s been a much quieter drone war taking place across much of Ukraine since Russia invaded in late February. Samuel Bendett joins Defense One to explain some of the lessons learned about drone-assisted warfare after almost three months of war in Ukraine.

Listen to the full podcast from Defense One.

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