‘A big group of armed men’: Bullets were flying but who were they aiming at?

I was wondering when the Donald Trump era finally descended on us and showed us what our country’s obsession with walls has become, I’d say. Then I got sent this image from Instagram that…

‘A big group of armed men’: Bullets were flying but who were they aiming at?

I was wondering when the Donald Trump era finally descended on us and showed us what our country’s obsession with walls has become, I’d say.

Then I got sent this image from Instagram that captured one scene on the border, where thousands of Russian and Belarussian officers were on guard against what they said were “a large number of armed forces, a big group of armed men, entering or trying to cross.”

What do you see? A Russian soldier and many Belarussian police cars, only to what, exactly?

But how do you film or photograph this?

The camera tends to be far back from the guard, which required something a bit odd to get the shot you need.

The two men certainly seemed to be firing at something with a weapon and this appeared to be the object. Was it a drone? Well, yes. There was no way you could miss this brilliant tactic: identify a drone that was in range of your photographs and actually shoot down the drone. After all, if you were going to have a man take you down, would it be a guy? Let’s find out!

The National Security Agency’s Special Operations Command is renowned for having a very specific set of tactics in how to interact with strangers.

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