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One Ukrainian Military Repels Assault, Defeating Ten russian Occupiers (Video)

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Photo credit: the 10th Mountain Assault Brigade
Photo credit: the 10th Mountain Assault Brigade

The 10th Mountain Assault Brigade posted the video on the second anniversary of russia's full-scale invasion. "Today marks exactly two years of our tireless and courageous struggle against the sworn enemy, not only for freedom and the right to self-determination but also for the right to life. This episode is only one out of a hundred, or perhaps a thousand proofs of that"

Ten enemy assailants attempted to seize the position held by only one Ukrainian soldier. Their commander couldn't contain his emotions when he realized that the operation was failing.

The clip was posted on the Telegram channel of Ukraine's 8th Separate Mountain Assault Battalion of the 10th Mountain Assault Brigade, also known as Edelweiss.

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The russian commander attempted to control the situation, yelling, "Kill this one! Throw grenades at him! One guy is holding you off! One! There are 10 of you!"

Drone footage shows smoke rising and russian troops crawling around the trench.

"The heroic event took place back in December. The lone 'Edelweiss' maintained the position, repelling the attack of ten occupiers. He professionally fended off the onslaught with grenades and a rifle," as reported by the battalion.

"Our soldier remained alive and well after cold-bloodedly repelling the attack of ten occupiers. He forced the enemy to flee, defending his position and waiting for reinforcements," the post was published.

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The brigade posted the video on the second anniversary of russia's full-scale invasion. "Today marks exactly two years of our tireless and courageous struggle against the sworn enemy, not only for freedom and the right to self-determination but also for the right to life," the brigade said. "This episode is only one out of a hundred, or perhaps a thousand proofs of that."

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