The Armed Forces sent 550 occupiers to the Kobzon: enemy losses as of September 23

The Armed Forces sent 550 occupiers to the Kobzon: enemy losses as of September 23
The Armed Forces sent 550 occupiers to the Kobzon: enemy losses as of September 23

Only during the past day, our defenders destroyed another 550 Putin soldiers. This was reported in the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine.

What losses did the Russians suffer in technology

  • tanks – 2,254 (+18) units;
  • armored combat vehicles – 4,796 (+20) units;
  • artillery systems – 1,355 (+14) units;
  • RSZV – 326 (+8) units;
  • air defense means – 170 (+1) units;
  • aircraft – 254 (+1) units;
  • helicopters – 219 (+1) units;
  • UAVs of the operational-tactical level – 950 (+9);
  • cruise missiles – 240 (+0);
  • ships/boats – 15 (+0) units;
  • automotive equipment and tank trucks – 3,659 (+29) units;
  • special equipment – ​​126 (+1).

The enemy suffered the greatest losses on the Kramatorsk and Donetsk directions.


Enemy losses as of September 23 / General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine

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  • Over the past day, missile forces and artillery have hit 6 control points, 4 areas where personnel and military equipment are concentrated, 3 air defense positions, 3 artillery positions, and 3 munitions warehouses of the occupiers.
  • Also, our military is in different directions destroyed the Mi-8 helicopter and 9 BpLA of the occupiers.
  • And the aviation of the Defense Forces impressed 25 districts concentration of manpower and military equipment of the enemy.

Worthy of attention – Operational information from the General Staff as of September 23: watch the video

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