Surely you recognize this particular smiling man’s face irrespectively of how thoroughly we have blurred it. Yes, this is a fighter with the separate sniper unit of the 17th Tank Brigade, whose commander recently told us a lot of interesting stuff about the military pros’ life and work. The fighter is holding a brand new tablet the volunteers of People’s Project have just transferred to the snipers. Probably there is no one to doubt the role of the tablet in a snipers’ work: the shooter just inputs the data into the ballistic calculator, and in a few seconds he is ready to make an accurate deadly shot.
This tablet, as well as the rest of gear for the snipers, we have purchased on the funds raised within the Rapid Response and I Am Sniper projects. Within the first initiative we have been accumulating charitable donations to buy the gear that our military holding the front line, request from us. Sometimes they urgently need plain instruments, sometimes they lack unique military paraphernalia; occasionally it comes to purchasing electronics, but each time we provide our military with the stuff helpful in their effective work. The I Am Sniper project is aimed to collect money for specific sniper gear.
Currently, at this Christmas season, we do our best to assist different sniper units who are actively working in the forefront. Lately we have sent them a range finder. Sent them silencers and a weather station, too. Now we are energetically preparing for further transfers – for example, the guys say if they get at least one thermal imager, it will make their most cherished dreams come true. That is why it is logical for us to try and help them one more time. Your donations into the Rapid Response project or in a separate initiative titled I Am Sniper, would make a perfect present for our shooters. Moreover, this would be a nice gift for all those people who have to celebrate far from their homes and families, somewhere in cold and unfriendly fields of Ukrainian Donbas. For everyone fighting out there for our peaceful life.