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- The Russian army repelled the heliborne operation of the AFU in lake Kruglik;
- Russian artillery destroyed two ammo depots near the city of Kherson;
- Russian forces destroyed a 35D6 detection radar and an AN/TPQ-37 mobile radar system near Malokaterinovka with high precision missiles;
- Clashes between the Russian Army and the AFU continue near Orikhiv;
- Clashes between the Russian Army and the AFU continue near Guliaypole.
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I think it would be fair to hit the shipment of the tanks in international waters (Atlantic Ocean) with a small stealth torpedo as a vengeance for NS2 and NS1. And when the Yanks ask “-Russia did you do it?” The RF should answer the same official answer the US gave about NS: “No comment”. Tit for tat. So , Russia, be proactive and sink the ferry carrying the Abrahms.
5 yearsold or born yesterday?
Not much of a report?
I mean it is, considering that you find out a helicopter raid was stopped and a radar position destroyed along with munitions depots. This ties into the destruction of enemy military capacity in this front. If a major offensive is about to happen, the AFU would need to attack sooner than later or completely lose any initiative. The Rusaians have been storing loads of missiles for the last 2 months. This is indicative of a major strike coming up. Perhaps a shock and awe style strike before the offensive begins.
Sure if its true at all. The Russians as usual lost none and nothing.
The Allies are still laughing at russia!
Still chuckling away as the bodies of tens upon tens of thousands of dead Ukrainian military personnel are shipped back to their homes. Hilarious!
Awww look at this sad little troll coming out of his cave again 😂
why there are 3 comments out of 11
SF is organized pro Russia propaganda site. They tend to eliminate free speech.
RUSIA GANO PERO NO PUEDE DESCUIDARSE NI POR UN MINUTO NUNCA SE SABE QUE TRAMAN LOS TRAMPOSOS OCCIDENTALES
Russia’s strategy relies on the mobilization of lots of soldiers. But the sheer size of an army is not in itself a decisive factor in modern war and has not been for some time. Russia’s new soldiers, who up to this point have resisted every attempt to get them to volunteer but also lacked the motivation to flee their country to avoid conscription, are poor raw material for an army. To do substantial damage to an enemy force, soldiers must be properly trained—which takes a minimum of six months and normally requires about a year. Russia’s new army will have no time to practice maneuvers together before being thrown into action.
Quality can be decisive. During World War II, rival armies were constantly improving their weapons systems. But far from upgrading its equipment and expanding production, Russia seems incapable of reversing more than a fraction of the damage it has suffered in the past 11 months.