Ukrainian Air Force studying downed drone to see how Russia uses Ukrainian SIM cards

According to Ihnat, experts are studying what
According to Ihnat, experts are studying what "can be done with a SIM card and access to the Internet"

Experts study everything from downed Russian drones, including the purpose of a Kyivstar SIM card recently found in one of the downed Shahed kamikaze drones, Ukrainian Air Force spokesman Yuriy Ihnat said on national television.

"Experts are studying what can be done with a SIM card and access to the Internet. I think they will come to certain conclusions."

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The enemy is improving its weapons, both small arms and drones. The Shaheds are painted black to make them harder to spot at night.

"But the air defense is already adapting to this so-called 'modernization' and is showing results."

The SIM card allows Russian forces to use the Kyivstar mobile network to track the drone's location and change its flight path, the Institute for the Study of War (ISW) previously reported.

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