Russians provided a Lend-Lease batch, conveniently placing it near the frontline
On December 3, the Ukrainian military showed trophies captured from the Russian army on the frontline near Bakhmut, Donetsk region.
The information was published on the official Telegram channel of Andriy Tsaplienko, a military journalist.
Soldiers of the Armed Forces of Ukraine showed an arms depot with different types of weapons, which became “lend-lease from the orcs”.
The video shows a Ukrainian soldier with a yellow mark on his sleeve. A man sits on a “throne” made of boxes of shells: he assures that he has become the “king of trophies”.
The fighter is happy that they’ve got a lot of ammo: this is evidenced by about two dozen boxes that the Russians threw somewhere on the edge of a field in Ukraine.
There are boxes with grenades and armour-piercing shells – the man in the frame pats the boxes contentedly.
Opposite the fighter – holders for the DShK heavy machine gun (a machine gun of the Soviet era, but, it seems, is still actively used) are piled in a heap;
There are the RPG-18 Mukha anti-tank rocket launchers.
The soldier is happy that now, right next to the battle line, they have their own supply of ammo: weapons are “stacked up and now we don’t need to drag all this to our positions”.
“The soldier is happy that now, right next to the battle line, they have their own supply of ammo: weapons are “stacked up and now we don’t need to drag all this to our positions”.
Who needs hesitant, fearful friends when you have a dumb enemy that hands you weapons and ammo virtually every week?
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