Ukraine's counter-offensive against Russian forces includes various weapons: long-range artillery, air defense systems, unmanned aerial vehicles, and more.

The latest addition to Ukraine's weaponry is the "Corvo Precision Payload Delivery System," a cardboard-based drone created by the Australian company Cypac.

The drone is made of lightweight foldable foam board, quick to assemble, and held together with rubber bands. It boasts a wingspan of approximately 6.5 feet and can be launched with a catapult.

The drone can carry up to 3 kilograms of payload, making it suitable for delivering medicines or ammunition. It travels at around 60 kilometers per hour and has a range of up to 120 kilometers.

The cardboard drone is priced at $3,500, considered cost-effective in military terms.

Cardboard drones were recently used in an attack on a Russian airfield, providing Ukraine with an unexpected advantage.

However, Russia continues to improve its weaponry and tactics, posing ongoing challenges to Ukraine's counter-offensive efforts.

Over the past year, several countries supplied lethal weapons to Ukraine for defense against Russian attacks.

Now, Ukraine has introduced a new technology: a cardboard-based drone for offensive operations against Russia.

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