According to analysts, Monday, February 6, turned out to be the most unfortunate for the occupiers. Then, in a day, the RF Armed Forces irrevocably lost 43 pieces of equipment.
In the battles for Vuhledar (Donetsk region), the Russian military lost 102 pieces of equipment. Such information published Warspotting researchers.
According to updated information, which was confirmed thanks to photos and videos, the Russian military abandoned most of the equipment, retreating from positions.
At the same time, the Armed Forces of Ukraine managed to destroy tanks, infantry fighting vehicles, engineering, transport and armored vehicles with a total of 46 units and capture 1 armored personnel carrier.
In general, the losses of the Russian occupiers near Ugledar for the month of February amounted to:
48 tanks (of which 13 were destroyed, two were damaged, one tank was captured by the Ukrainian military in battle, and the rest of the invaders were simply abandoned while fleeing from their positions); 45 infantry armored vehicles (of which 26 were physically destroyed, one vehicle was damaged, 18 The occupiers abandoned the BMP during the retreat); 5 units of engineering equipment (4 of them were destroyed, one was abandoned by the occupiers on the battlefield); 2 vehicles, of which one was physically destroyed and the second was damaged; one armored car that was destroyed.
Thus, only in February, in the battles for Vuhledar, 46 units of military equipment of the occupiers were destroyed. Four units were damaged. One tank was captured by the Ukrainian military, and 51 pieces of equipment of the Russian Armed Forces were simply abandoned during the retreat from their positions.
Monday, February 6, turned out to be the most difficult for the occupiers. Then, in a day, the RF Armed Forces irrevocably lost 43 pieces of equipment.
Warspotting researchers have collected information about the losses of the Russian Armed Forces in the battles for Ugledar
Let us remind you that earlier about the catastrophic situation of the RF Armed Forces near Vuhledar, where they were actually defeated, experts from ISW said. The losses of Russians near the town of Vuhledar in the Donetsk region testify to the inability of the Russian army to learn from its mistakes, analysts at the American Institute for the Study of War say.
Focus also wrote that in February, a video appeared on the network of how Russian infidels senselessly lose their armored vehicles, blowing themselves up in a mined field. After the tank at the head of the column explodes due to a mine, the RF Armed Forces do not stop it, and they continue to move through the minefield on armored vehicles, taking off into the air one after another.
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