More to ignore, Book 93.....

Ten Thousan Marbles

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Sunday, Sep 11, 2022 · 11:44:41 PM EDT · kos


That’s like two Russian BTGs, mostly ready to go, and this is just visually verified equipment. There’s undoubtedly more we haven’t seen. I’d take the “20 more needing repairs” with a bit of skepticism. Captured Russian POWs keep mentioning how their gear didn’t work. If this stuff worked well, they would’ve driven out of town.


I’d gather that all this equipment needs serious maintenance. But Ukraine’s mechanics are competent and prioritize working gear, unlike the Russians who sold their lubricants (and everything else) for vodka.

Pray for Ukraine’s mechanics, as they won’t get any rest for weeks getting all the new loot back to running condition.

 

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Monday, Sep 12, 2022 · 12:00:32 AM EDT · Mark Sumner
This afternoon, there were videos of a Russian convoy that had suffered multiple losses, reportedly while retreating toward Svatove. Geolocation of that video reportedly places it at Kotlyarivka, near the eastern edge of Kharkiv Oblast. If Ukrainian forces had pursued Russian column that far … maybe there’s a good reason for those in Svatove to be frightened.

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Location of Russian convoy struck earlier on Sunday
 

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Monday, Sep 12, 2022 · 12:10:46 AM EDT · Mark Sumner
Multiple reports that Ukrainian forces have swung around to the south of Bakhmut, plunged into Russian-occupied territory, and are attacking the city of Horlivka

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Ukrainian forces reportedly engaged in large scale attack on Horlivka

That’s certainly one way of ending the Russian assaults on Bakhmut, and a lot smarter than marching more forces into the area where Russia is concentrating artillery fire.
 

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