Ukraine announces combat losses inflicted on Russian forces as of July 13

Ukraine announces combat losses inflicted on Russian forces as of July 13 Credit: Sarakhan Vadym/Shutterstock.com

On Wednesday, July 13, the Ministry of Defence of Ukraine published official updated figures of combat losses inflicted on Russian forces since the beginning of the war.

The Ministry of Defence of Ukraine took to its social network accounts to publish the official figures of combat losses inflicted on Russian forces from February, 24, to July, 13.

Credit: Twitter @Flash43191300

The full list of combat losses inflicted on Russian Forces by Ukraine since the beginning of the war read:

The total combat losses of the enemy from 24.02 to 13.07 were approximately:

/personnel/ about 37570 (+100) / persons were liquidated,

/ tanks ‒ 1649 (+0)

/ APV ‒ 3832 (+3)

/ artillery systems – 839 (+1)

/ MLRS – 247 (+0)

/ Anti-aircraft warfare systems – 109 (+0)

/ aircraft – 217 (+0) 

/ helicopters – 188 (+0) 

/UAV operational-tactical level – 678 (+2),

/ cruise missiles – 155 (+0),

/ warships / boats – 15 (+0) 

/ vehicles and fuel tanks – 2704 (+5)

/ special equipment – 67 (+1).

/ Russian enemy suffered the greatest losses (of the past day) at the Mykolaiv direction.
 Data is being updated Strike the occupier! Let’s win together! Our strength is in the truth!

The latest update follows Ukraine’s Armed Forces sharing footage of a direct hit on Russian forces’ Nona-K guns using an M777 Howitzer, as reported on Tuesday, July 11.

Footage of the Ukrainian M777 howitzer hitting Russian Nona-K guns was shared on Twitter by the Ministry of Defence of Ukraine:

“Ukrainian M777 howitzer is getting the job done. Direct shot! Footage by Operational Command South.”

Credit: Twitter @DefenceU


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