KYIV, Ukraine (AP) — Footage from drone cameras defines much of the public view of the war in Ukraine: grenades quietly dropped on unwitting soldiers, eerie flights over silent, bombarded cities, armor and outposts exploding in balls of fire.
Never in the history of warfare have drones been used so extensively as in Ukraine, where they often play an outsized role in life and death. The Russians and Ukrainians rely heavily on unmanned aerial vehicles to locate enemy positions and guide their hellish artillery strikes.
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