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Ukrainians Caught in the Open During Indirect Fire Attack

Published Aug. 20, 2021

A couple of Ukrainian Soldiers find themselves in a completely untenable position as indirect fires start raining down around them. They then attempt to move to a more suitable location.


Indirect fire is literally just one of those things man. When you're in the middle of an indirect fire attack, you feel absolutely helpless. The first time it happens to you, you're absolutely terrified that you're about to have a piece of piping hot shrapnel tear its way through your body. The second time it occurs, you have the same feeling, but at least you know what to do now. By the tenth time you find yourself in an IDF attack, you finally realize that there is literally nothing you can do about it except hope that it's not your time to go.


This video shows Ukrainian Soldiers completely caught out in the open as an indirect fire attack begins on their position. You can tell from the way they're talking and maneuvering, that they realize there isn't much that they can do to improve their chances of survival, other than getting to slightly better cover. So, that's exactly what they do. As rounds impact, they drop to reduce their chances of being hit by shrapnel. When there is a break in the fires, they maneuver trying to get to cover.


This is just how IDF works when you're the target.


josh brooks

Published Aug. 20, 2021

A couple of Ukrainian Soldiers find themselves in a completely untenable position as indirect fires start raining down around them. They then attempt to move to a more suitable location.


Indirect fire is literally just one of those things man. When you're in the middle of an indirect fire attack, you feel absolutely helpless. The first time it happens to you, you're absolutely terrified that you're about to have a piece of piping hot shrapnel tear its way through your body. The second time it occurs, you have the same feeling, but at least you know what to do now. By the tenth time you find yourself in an IDF attack, you finally realize that there is literally nothing you can do about it except hope that it's not your time to go.


This video shows Ukrainian Soldiers completely caught out in the open as an indirect fire attack begins on their position. You can tell from the way they're talking and maneuvering, that they realize there isn't much that they can do to improve their chances of survival, other than getting to slightly better cover. So, that's exactly what they do. As rounds impact, they drop to reduce their chances of being hit by shrapnel. When there is a break in the fires, they maneuver trying to get to cover.


This is just how IDF works when you're the target.


josh brooks

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