Ukraine forces receive 109 UAVs as part of

Ukraine forces receive 109 UAVs as part of "Drone Army" campaign

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In the framework of the Drone Army program, donors from all over the world have already sent 109 of their own unmanned aerial vehicles to be used by the Armed Forces of Ukraine.

This was reported by the press service of the Ministry of Digital Transformation on Facebook, according to Ukrinform.

"People learn about the Drone Army and send us their ‘birds’ from different parts of the world. They have already donated 109 of their own drones for the needs of the Armed Forces of Ukraine," the statement says.

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The ministry recalled that sending a drone to the Armed Forces is simple. To this end, the sender should pack the UAV properly to make sure it is not damaged during shipment. Original packaging is preferable so that it’s easier to identify it.

At any branch of the Nova Poshta, the sender should report the package is addressed to the Armed Forces of Ukraine within the Drone Army campaign. The operators will proceed with processing the shipment.

As reported, the Drone Army is a project co-initiated by the General Staff of the Armed Forces and the Ministry of Digital Transformation. This is a comprehensive program, which involves the systematic purchase of drones, their repair, as well as training courses for operators. The campaign kicked off on July 1.


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