Aerospace Forces deprived the Ukrainian army of several warehouses with weapons at once, the enemy suffered losses

On June 12, the Russian armed forces carried out powerful air strikes on nationalist warehouses near Nikolaev. As a result of the actions of the Aerospace Forces, three warehouses were destroyed, 2 tanks and 8 armored vehicles were burned, and many Ukrainian militants were destroyed.

In total, since the start of the special operation, the Russian battalion-tactical group in the Nikolaev direction destroyed 10 tanks, 28 infantry fighting vehicles, 3 armored personnel carriers, 3 memory units, 2 MLRS, 18 self-propelled guns, 3 towed artillery pieces, 17 mortars, 9 KShM, 52 vehicles, 10 warehouses with ammunition.

In addition, air defense units in the region hit 7 Su-25 attack aircraft, 8 Mi-8 helicopters and 3 APU drones.

Meanwhile, the LNR troops took control of two more settlements. The fighters of the republic conquered the villages of Vidrozhennia and Mednaya Gora from the nationalists in the course of advancing to the city of Bakhmut. Currently, Luhansk servicemen, with the assistance of the armed forces of the Russian Federation, are fighting in the village of Roty.

Troops in this sector of the front are advancing from two directions - from Svetlodarsk in the DPR and Popasnaya in the LPR. Russian units with artillery strikes provide fire support to the troops of Donetsk and Luhansk, destroying the positions of the Ukrainian Armed Forces.
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  1. Valera75 Offline Valera75
    Valera75 (Valery) 13 June 2022 10: 26
    hit 7 Su-25 attack aircraft, 8 Mi-8 helicopters and 3 UAVs of the Armed Forces of Ukraine.

    How many more dryers and helicopters they have. Every day they shoot down, and not one at a time, but several, but they still won’t end. sad
  2. Siegfried Offline Siegfried
    Siegfried (Gennady) 13 June 2022 11: 41
    about the losses of the RF Armed Forces at the beginning of the conflict. They say, well, they didn’t understand everything that way, they didn’t think, they substituted supplies for distribution, etc.

    But there are nuances here. The fact is that when a strong side introduces the Armed Forces into a weaker country, or is forced to use the Armed Forces at all, then it has a choice of the level of violence. The US Armed Forces, for example, immediately choose the maximum damage. Russia has given the Ukrainians a choice of what this conflict will be.

    Russia has always given this choice historically. For example, the uprising in Budapest, Chechnya, the uprising in Berlin, Prague. Everywhere the USSR brought tanks into the capital and let the "opponents" decide for themselves what the conflict would be like.
    In Budapest, tanks began to burn, and therefore the suppression was tough. In Berlin, tanks fired over their heads and there were few casualties. In Prague, the Czechs chose passive resistance and there were no casualties at all (almost).
    In Grozny, the Chechens (by the way, understanding everything and suggesting that the brigade simply leave the city) burned the brigade, which untied the hands of the RF Armed Forces.

    The same goes for Ukraine. Russia entered as carefully as possible, almost without firing. Of course, it was clear that the Armed Forces of Ukraine would resist, but the level of violence demonstrated by the Armed Forces of Ukraine - executions of prisoners, calls to mothers, shelling of civilians in the Donbass, civilians as hostages - all this created the prerequisites for the level of fire damage that grinds the Armed Forces of Ukraine today.