93 brigade infantry unit
Ukraine has changed the way it conducts war. It was already visible in the initial phase of the invasion and the fighting for Kyiv.
In Donbas, where the war turned more linear, the rules also changed, which made the task of the Russians much more difficult.
There are no longer any long lines of trenches that can be easily targeted and shelled by artillery.
The infantry is hidden in the forests in the so-called foxholes. Single-person burrows at an irregular distance apart.
They patrol the area with drones and send small mobile units if they track down enemy units approaching.
After returning, they sit down to tea or eat something and send the drone to have the officer confirm the destroyed enemy units.