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Re: Ukraine vs. Russia
« Reply #40 on: July 04, 2022, 11:34:56 AM »
It could be that all the dead weight got killed off and now they have the best general of all time there... But one of the other commanders was killed by a sniper soon after arrival, and it's awfully hard to win a war that way. The way I see it any of their generals who doesn't die should be able to command the army of mighty Russia to kick little ol' Ukraine's butt any day. Historically it's usually the Goliath who slays David in battle. I've been wondering from the start what's taking them so long? Why didn't the Russians drop a bunch of FOABs (Father of All Bombs) with 4 times the power of a MOAB? Or use any other method of overwhelming force by and end it, instead of dragging things on if Russia is what they try to project to the world, and not just a big puffed up paper tiger?
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Re: Ukraine vs. Russia HIMARS
« Reply #41 on: July 24, 2022, 08:25:53 PM »
Looks like Russian Major General Artem Nasbulin was taken out by a HIMAR attack.

The Russian 22nd Army Corps in Ukraine
Artem was acting as the Chief of Staff of the Russian 22nd Army Corps when multiple rockets impacted his headquarters. The 22nd Army Corps are the coastal defense troops for the Black Sea Fleet of the Russian Navy, and they played a significant role in the initial invasion of Ukraine.

They are headquartered in the Crimean city of Simferopol and comprised of the:
8th Artillery Regiment
Surface-to-air Missile Battalion
1096th Anti-Aircraft Missile Regiment
127th Reconnaissance Brigade
4th CBRN Protection Regiment and,
126th Gorlovskaya Guards Coastal Defense Brigade
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