Ukrainian fighter pilots conducted sorties over the embattled country and fired missiles at enemy targets, as can be seen in cockpit-view images.
Remains of RAF Officer Alfred Robert William Milne and his navigator Eric Stubbs, both 22, were found in a remote farm in North Yorkshire, England, in February 2020.
The footage shows defending troops blasting Russian armored vehicles and strongholds in the small village.
Foreign Ministry spokesperson Zhao Lijian criticized a U.S. push for military presence in Earth orbit.
The footage shows the long-range round hitting a Russian military vehicle on the ground.
The video begins by showing what appear to be Russian military vehicles hiding in a forested area before they are repeatedly hit by Ukrainian ordnance.
The images show a number of Russian military vehicles being hit from above by ordnance dropped from drones.
Footage from the Ukrainian military shows Czech "Vampire" multiple launch rocket systems firing salvos of ordnance at Russian forces.
Explosions lit up the night sky as Ukrainian forces reportedly destroyed yet another Russian ammunition depot.
Images obtained from the U.K. Ministry of Defense show some of the fresh Ukrainian recruits learning to handle assault rifles.
Rim of the Pacific 2022, the world's largest international maritime exercise, saw partner nation ships and aircraft sink the decommissioned guided missile frigate USS Rodney M. Davis.
"Tanks are supposed to fight [in] combined formations, but in terms of how they've been tactically used, Russia hasn't done that effectively," said one expert.
Russia's military is "struggling in terms of low morale" and recruitment, Sir Tony Radakin said Sunday.
The Ukraine war will become a "frozen conflict," predicted former NATO Supreme Allied Commander James Stavridis on Sunday.
Ukrainian paratroopers reportedly blew up a Russian armored personnel carrier with a Stugna-P anti-tank guided missile.
Russian officials claimed the strike targeted Ukrainian forces who were discussing the transfer of the next batch of weapons.
Ukrainian soldiers have said that the war is almost like being in a western but instead of cowboys packing Colts and Winchesters, they are packing American-made Stinger missiles.
The General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine said they seized "another trophy."
The BM-27 Uragan is a self-propelled multiple rocket launcher vehicle that was originally built in the Soviet Union.
"It doesn't make sense that we should rely on folks like China and others for our own national security interests," Republican Senator Joni Ernst told Newsweek.
The SSO is typically tasked with gathering intelligence, undertaking special reconnaissance missions, performing acts of sabotage and conducting psychological warfare.
Ukrainian forces said Thursday they have destroyed a second Russian ammunition warehouse in the city of Nova Kakhovka using American-made HIMARS multiple rocket launcher vehicles.
One commenter said, "Your dad knows he was never around. You just pointed it out. I don't think you said or did anything wrong."
Ukrainian military members and law enforcement officers are reportedly required to submit DNA samples to help identify those killed in the war with Russia.
Ukrainian ground forces reportedly destroyed two Russian artillery pieces and an ammo dump in a series of increasingly spectacular explosions.
A Ukrainian commander and war hero has said that he always tells his troops the truth about how hard their next mission will be and that some might not survive.
Ukrainian Marines pinpointed a Russian target on the screen before they unleashed a missile and apparently destroyed it.
The Russian military claimed crews from its Western Military District used the 220-mm Uragan MLRS to destroy Ukrainian targets after receiving the coordinates from spy drones and gathering intelligence data.
The Ukrainian attack helicopters can be seen taking part in combat operations in Ukraine and neutralizing Russian military targets.