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More than 11,000 people are the total combat losses of the Russian invaders as of March 6, 2022

Photo: General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine

The enemy troops of the Russian army continue to suffer heavy losses in the war with Ukraine. The number of destroyed military equipment and enemy personnel is growing every day.

This was reported by the General Staff of the Armed Forces.

Thus, the total combat losses of the enemy from 24.02 to 06.03 were approximately:

Personnel – more than 11 thousand people,
Tanks – 285 units,
BBM – 985 units,
Artillery systems – 109 units,
MLRS -50 units,
Air defense means – 21 units,
Aircraft – 44 units,
Helicopters – 48 units,
Automotive equipment – 447 units,
Light speed boats – 2 units,
Tanks with PPM – 60,
UAV operational and tactical level – 4.

Data are being updated. The calculation is complicated by the high intensity of hostilities.

Ukrainian defenders firmly hold certain positions and destroy the enemy’s manpower and equipment.
The enemy, despite significant losses, throws hundreds of supporters of so-called “Russian world” into battle. In particular, in the Luhansk region, the entire front line is littered with corpses and destroyed equipment of the invaders.

Just yesterday, more than 650 wounded members of the Russian occupation forces were taken to the central city hospital in the village of Bryanka, Luhansk region. Most of them are from the Popasna direction.

All of them are mostly in serious condition: multiple shrapnel wounds, torn limbs or legs, etc. Due to the lack of beds in the hospital, the invaders, who received minor injuries (contusions, other minor injuries) are not even admitted to the medical institution.

After receiving first aid, they were escorted by an armed convoy from the regular forces of the Russian Armed Forces to the line of combat for further combat operations as “cannon fodder”.

It is known that the personnel of the 6th separate motorized rifle regiment is frightened and demoralized, looking for ways to desertion.