- Ukrainian soldiers launch assault on Russian-occupied village in southeastern Ukraine.
- Ukraine's counteroffensive relies on small-unit tactics after larger mechanized formations failed.
- Skala Special Unit leads the Ukrainian campaign with reconnaissance teams and assault teams.
- Skala's men fight to take control of Robotyne village and reach the Sea of Azov.
- Reinforcements are called in as the battle intensifies.
Ukraine Uses Small-Unit Tactics to Retake Captured Territory From Russia
Ukrainian soldiers use small-unit tactics to retake captured territory from Russia in southeastern Ukraine. Skala Special Unit leads the campaign to reach the Sea of Azov.