A picture tells a thousand words. BBC helpfully provides 3.
On the other hand, opswarfare does find some of the comments in the BBC article a little too "quoteworthy".
They can simply not carry large enough conventional munitions to do extensive damage on impact, and they lack the accuracy to hit prescribed targets with reliability".
Actually, NATO's enemies need not inflict "extensive damage" nor "accuracy", or even with "reliability". Therein lies the beauty of asymmetric warfare.