And the one post everyone was waiting for The latest batch of gear from baseball caps to EOD multi-tool to red dot sights have arrived in Ukraine and has been distributed among the troops from special forces to infantry to marines. That being said, unfortunately, the ride is coming to an end as I can longer should the financial burden of this "enterprise".
An amazing work of art. The project was originated and completed by retired servicemen and not by professional artists. Also, the statute was installed in a provincial city of Pavlograd, Dnipro region. The sculpture primarily consists of thousands of pieces of shrapnel and shell splinters welded together. As the inscription says the monument is dedicated to the fallen Ukrainian warriors in the Russian-Ukrainian War.
After 7 months on the frontlines, 93rd Infantry Brigade was finally pulled back in its entirety. It was the most active and aggressive Ukrainian formation during this time period. Unfortunately, 8 servicemen and 1 servicewoman didn't return home.
Schools opened in Ukraine on September 1st. Ukrainian Marines provided financial assistance (juts let this sink in for a minute) to the family of the fallen hero of one of their own and gave highest honor to Danilo Zagrebelniy. His father, Colonel Yuriy Zagrebelnyi was killed in action on October 26th, 2014.
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