Service dog finds Russian UAV shot down by National Guard, once repaired to be used by Ukraine

The dog found an undamaged Russian UAV that had been shot down by National Guard fighters near Kharkiv
After national guardsmen used small arms to shoot down a Russian spy drone near the village of Hoptivka in northern Kharkiv Oblast, the determined dog tracked down the downed machine, the press service of Ukraine's Interior Ministry reported via the messenger app Telegram.
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When it was hit by gunfire from the ground, the drone's operators lost control of the machine, and it floated to the ground, damaged, after deploying its recovery parachute.
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"In half an hour, the almost intact device was discovered by the service dog Zeus," the Interior Ministry said in its report, citing a National Guardsman known by the pseudonym "Jaeger".
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The UAV will be repaired and brought to the needs of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, the report said.
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