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Call-of-duty-style footage shows Ukrainian forces blowing up a Russian Z-tank as troops ambushed in Mariupol

DRAMATIC Call of Duty style footage captures the dramatic moment when Ukrainian forces blow up a Russian tank.

Vladimir Putin’s troops can be seen running for cover after them Russian Tank – with a prominent Z mark on it – is being shot at.

A Russian tank was blown up by a Ukrainian BTR-4 infantry fighting vehicle

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A Russian tank was blown up by a Ukrainian BTR-4 infantry fighting vehiclePhoto credit: SOPA Images/LightRocket via Gett
Dramatic footage captures the moment of the attack

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Dramatic footage captures the moment of the attackPhoto credit: YouTube
The explosion destroyed the Russian military vehicle

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The explosion destroyed the Russian military vehiclePhoto credit: YouTube

The shocking video is said to have been taken by the infamous far-right Azov regiment in Ukraineshows an amphibious BTR-4 fire on two Russian vehicles in Mariupol, southern Ukraine.

A BTR-4 is a Ukrainian amphibious infantry fighting vehicle first deployed in 2014 in the previous Russia-Ukraine war.

It comes standard with a 30mm cannon.

The Russian vehicles hit in the latest video are reportedly a BTR-82A infantry fighting vehicle and a T-72B3 tank.

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In the video, captured from inside the BTR-4, the gunner follows the tracks of the Russian tank in front of the camera and first hits the Russian infantry fighting vehicle, which is hidden behind a wall of tires and boxes.

As Russian soldiers look around for the source of the attack, the tank is repeatedly blown up.

The BTR-4’s 30mm cannon is controlled remotely. A photoelectric camera system projects the outside image onto a screen inside the vehicle.

All other aiming work is done by the computer, making the shooting reaction speed extremely fast.

The shooter can also touch the screen to zoom in on the aiming area.

Although the BTR-4 should not be able to penetrate a tank’s armor, the T-72B3’s tracks, wheels or visor may have been destroyed, causing the explosion shown in the video.


It comes as…


Russia has suffered heavy military casualties since the war began invasion on February 24th.

This video comes just days at a time Russian tank was blown upas captured on Ukrainian cameras.

The footage was taken of a Ukrainian armored vehicle that ran into its Russian enemy in a village.

Ukrainian troops spot the Russian tank, open fire and move on to the next block.

Suddenly they see another Russian tank right in front of them and immediately open fire, blowing away the turret.

Other gunfire soon obliterated the tank, which exploded in a hail of gunfire as Russian troops ducked behind it.

The cannon blast triggers a fireball

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The cannon blast triggers a fireballPhoto credit: YouTube
A Russian BTR-82A, one of the vehicles targeted in the video

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A Russian BTR-82A, one of the vehicles targeted in the videoCredit: Alamy
A Russian T-72B3 tank was also hit by the blast

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A Russian T-72B3 tank was also hit by the blast

The footage follows the one Ambush brave Ukrainians Use of deadly anti-tank missiles at the weekend.

Footage of the successful counterattack — the latest of several filmed within days amid Putin’s crumbling invasion — shows a missile scoring a direct hit.

The clip posted online shows what appears to show one of the convoys being wiped out as Russian troops quickly disperse.

At least one Russian tank and one armored personnel carrier appear to have been hit by the rockets fired from behind trees.

The Russian tank can be seen being hit and bursting into flames in the air attack.

Drones have allegedly obliterated Russian tanks and missiles like Ukrainians do heard cheers in the background.

The footage shows a Russian vehicle with what appear to be missiles and a military tank exploding into fireballs as Putin’s invasion continues to collapse.

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And cheers could be heard in the background as the presumably Russian military planes burst into flames.

This comes as previous footage showed the moment A column of Russian tanks was destroyed by a Ukrainian ambush near Kyiv.

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Bobby Allyn

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