Dear friends, we agree that sometimes it comes to slightly absurd things. Naturally, we have no right to disclose our military or name their units’ numbers, positions or other details, in public. That is why instead we use such terms as “one combat unit” or somewhat like “those wonderful guys” etc. Perhaps often there is too little specifics in these news which mostly sound like “have you heard something exploded somewhere”. Still there are always particular brave individuals who protect us fighting in the forefront, behind such reports.
And they really make substantial noise in the front line! Here’s another hello these “wonderful brave guys” have just sent us from their frontline positions: this is the guys whom we’re supporting within our current projects right at the moment. It is them who take active part in the military confrontation in the front line presenting the enemy with decisive arguments. It is these guys’ responsibility to respond to any enemy attack with their timely and precisely backfire. We’re pretty sure you understand whom we’re speaking about.
So, dear friends, we urge you to participate in the Rapid Response project once again. It is the initiative within which we can buy our military the equipment they request. As to this particular case, we are talking about the systems for coordination of combat troops and artillery units. The elements of the system we’re about to buy at the expense of your charitable donations, will allow upgrading the present equipment and enable our artillerists to detect the enemy firing activities, to calculate the data and send it from the HQ to a particular weapon, in a flash. As you know, our artillerists are exceptionally good at processing this data properly.
Accordingly, your affordable charitable contributions, be it even a few hryvnias or more, will eventually embody in a few saved minutes and seconds of the critically important time in the relevant response to the opponent. This means minus a few rounds aimed at our servicemen, minus a few killers from among the occupiers and their minions. Should we accentuate the significance of this factor in a battle?
Apart from other important things that are taking place in our country, the war has still been on.
Dear friends, please join in. This is still essential.