A Ukrainian military drone hit an oil depot deep inside Russian territory late last week. The strikes, which are rare in occurrence, caused a massive blaze. Host Carolyn Beeler speaks with Samuel Bendett, an expert on military drones, to understand Ukraine's long-range capabilities and what these strikes tell us exactly.
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