Cardboard drones - this is the new type of weapon that Australia supplied to Ukraine, and the army has already attacked Russian airports and targets with cardboard drones.
From Australia, the UK DEFENSE JOURNAL reports that the Ukrainians have already been supplied with 100 such anti-tank missiles every month since March of this year, as part of the Australian military aid package to Ukraine amounting to 15.7 million pounds.
The manufacturer of the UAVs is the Australian company SYPAQ, which manufactures cardboard aircraft for military and civilian missions such as border protection, rescue and rescue, assistance in emergency situations, law enforcement and patrols.
On August 27, Ukrainian drones made of cardboard attacked a Russian airport in the Kursk region, damaged a MiG-21 fighter jet, damaged four Sukhoi SU-30 jets and a Russian S-300 anti-aircraft missile system.
The carton tools are equipped with a high-resolution camera, which covers large areas and transmits images to the operator on the ground. Each drone can carry a load weighing five kilograms, with a wingspan of two meters and a range of 120 km.
The price of each machine is 3,500 dollars. The body of the tool is made of wax-coated cardboard for the ability to withstand harsh weather conditions.