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Written by Jeppe W

Jan.16 - 2024 8:21 AM CET

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Ukraine Develops Advanced Armor-Piercing Ammunition

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Ukraine has made a significant advancement in its military capabilities with the development of new armor-piercing ammunition for FPV (First-Person View) drones. This development was reported by the "Army of Drones," a group dedicated to enhancing Ukraine's drone capabilities.

The new ammunition, named EFP-S, is particularly designed to be effective against lightly armored vehicles such as self-propelled guns, infantry fighting vehicles, and armored personnel carriers. These types of vehicles are often protected by anti-cumulative and anti-drone weapons, making the EFP-S a crucial addition to Ukraine's military arsenal.

One of the key features of the EFP-S ammunition is its "shock core", which is responsible for its powerful armor-piercing effect and its capability for long-range remote destruction. The specifications of the ammunition are impressive: the striking element weighs 165 grams and can reach speeds of up to 1800 meters per second, with an effective destruction radius of 8 meters.

This advancement signifies a notable step forward in Ukraine's drone warfare capabilities, allowing for more effective engagement with enemy armored vehicles. The development of such ammunition reflects the ongoing innovation and adaptation in military technology amidst the ongoing conflict.

The deployment of EFP-S ammunition in FPV drones could potentially shift the dynamics on the battlefield, providing Ukrainian forces with a new tool to counter enemy armored units.

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