“Absolutely insane day,” commented Oryx researcher Jakub Janovsky.
At the same time, most of this equipment was not destroyed but abandoned by the Russians, which again makes the Russian army the largest supplier of weapons to the Armed Forces. 8 captured tanks, 12 IFVs, 2 armored personnel carriers, 5 152-mm self-propelled guns, 4 Grad multiple rocket launchers, many trucks and special vehicles. This is only for one day and only based on confirmed photo and video data.
In the Oryx database of lost Russian equipment there are already 5,801 entries. Of these, 1,692 pieces of equipment were captured by our military. This is more equipment than the Armed Forces lost (which was destroyed and abandoned) since the beginning of a full-scale war. The loss ratio is 3.42 to 1. This is the biggest defeat of the Russian army since the Second World War.
According to the latest summary of the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, the total losses of the equipment of the Russian army are 13,504 units. According to the recent leaked documents of the Ministry of Defense of Russia, which confirm the number of losses in manpower specified by the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, the number of equipment losses indicated by the General Staff is also close to the truth. It is not surprising that the Russians are taking out of storage old howitzers D-30 (in service since 1963). If it goes like this, they might need T-34 soon. North Korea seems to have one battalion left in service.
What to say. Our Armed Forces are strong! Thank you guys and girls!