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The Terrifying Sound of a Kamikaze Drone

Published Aug. 26, 2021

An IAI Harop Kamikaze drone is heard for a full 10 seconds before it impacts with a squad of Armenian Soldiers in the middle of the night. This is peak psychological warfare.


If you find yourself watching this video wondering, Okay, but where's the drone? Then you've figured out the point of these drone attacks. The drone itself is a small target. It makes a terrifying noise the entire time it's above you, and it's not a sound you'll ever forget. Every subsequent drone attack will send troops scattering for cover. That's the purpose of the weapon system. Induce as much battlefield shock as possible, while dealing as much damage as possible.


Now that you've seen this 12 second clip, you've gotten a small taste of what Armenian Soldiers went through in 2020 while the rest of the world was busy arguing over if they should or should not wear a mask, or if they should or should not keep one arm's distance away from each other in the grocery store while they panic buy all of the toilet paper.


josh brooks

Published Aug. 26, 2021

An IAI Harop Kamikaze drone is heard for a full 10 seconds before it impacts with a squad of Armenian Soldiers in the middle of the night. This is peak psychological warfare.


If you find yourself watching this video wondering, Okay, but where's the drone? Then you've figured out the point of these drone attacks. The drone itself is a small target. It makes a terrifying noise the entire time it's above you, and it's not a sound you'll ever forget. Every subsequent drone attack will send troops scattering for cover. That's the purpose of the weapon system. Induce as much battlefield shock as possible, while dealing as much damage as possible.


Now that you've seen this 12 second clip, you've gotten a small taste of what Armenian Soldiers went through in 2020 while the rest of the world was busy arguing over if they should or should not wear a mask, or if they should or should not keep one arm's distance away from each other in the grocery store while they panic buy all of the toilet paper.


josh brooks

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