Sniper teams exercises.

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June 27th, 2018 One of the Russian artillery 122mm shells scored a direct hit on a position of the 93rd infantry brigade killing three Ukrainian soldiers: Oleksandr Kholin, 35; Vladimir D'yachenko, 50; and Dmytro Petrushenko 47

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58 years old platoon commander, Valeriy Shishak call sign "Pole" because of his nationality and 22 year old Andriy Volos from 24 Infantry brigade were killed seconds apart by a Russian sniper on June 28th, 2018 near Horlivka

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Too many photos to post, so check out the link. Everyday life of the 24th Infantry Brigade that broke through Russian lines near Horlyvka and is now under incessant Russian counter attacks by mercenaries from PMC "Wagner" backed by Russian Army artillery and support units. As you can see from the photos, there are a lot of elder soldiers (55+) in the brigade.

https://www.radiosvoboda.org/a/ukraine-horlivka-war-photo/29302012.html
 
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pretty sure Youtube will remove this video soon. Although, there is nothing graphic about it. So far, the longest kill by a Ukrainian sniper that I know of. 1647M
 
Ukrainian counter-artillery fire batter during training exercises. In the beginning of the video one can see US-supplied radar equipment.

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Yavoriv, Ukraine – Ukrainian Soldiers assigned to 3rd Battalion, 80th Air Assault Brigade search for an improvised explosive device (IED) while conducting counter-IED training at the Yavoriv Combat Training Center (CTC) here May 7. Currently more than 220 New York Army National Guard Soldiers are stationed at the CTC where they are mentoring Ukrainian Army units as they strive toward their goal of obtaining NATO compatibility. (U.S. Army photos by Sgt. Alexander Rector)









For HI-RES go here >>>> Ukrainian counter IED training
 
berkut76..A question. .... do you have any information on the total casualties of both Ukrainian and Russian in this conflict? Do the Russian even post casualties because as we all know they are not officially involved in this conflict.

Thanks!
 
berkut76..A question. .... do you have any information on the total casualties of both Ukrainian and Russian in this conflict? Do the Russian even post casualties because as we all know they are not officially involved in this conflict.

Thanks!

Let's start with Russia. Any kind of losses are classified and revealing them is considered to be treason by the recently enacted Russian laws. Furthermore, I'm pretty sure that there is no comprehensive Russian statistics either, since the Russian forces consist of Russian regulars, volunteers from Russia and other countries as well as mercenaries (this could include mercenaries per se and Russian regulars on "leave of absence"), foreign mercenaries (yep, separate category), and colonial troops (i.e. local separatists).

Russian interpretation of Ukrainian losses is laughable because according to semi-official Russian sources these losses include: 103 members of the US Special forces (various branches), 1,066 mercenaries from Poland, US, UK as well as ISIS penal battalions (I'm not making this up. Onion wouldn't be able to compete with "official" sources in Russia)

I'm working today and need to do some extra research, but Ukrainian combat losses (including losses to accidents and illness in the combat zone) from all the branches of the military, police, national guard, border guards, SBU are about 4,000 KIA. Russian "regulars" should be 1:1, and the rest of the Russian forces that bore the burden of the fighting should be 3:1 to Ukrainian ones.
 
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