Russian forces lose 350 soldiers and 20 tanks in one day – General Staff report

31 AUGUST 2022

As of the 189th day of Russia’s full-scale invasion of Ukraine, the occupier’s total losses amount to 47,900 military personnel, 1,974 tanks and 1,091 artillery systems.

Source: General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine on Facebook

Details: Total combat losses of the Russian forces between 24 February and 31 August 2022 are estimated to be [figures in parentheses represent the latest losses – ed.]:

  • Approximately 47,900 (+350) military personnel
  • 1,974 (+20) tanks
  • 4,312 (+18) armoured combat vehicles
  • 1,091 (+12) artillery systems
  • 285 (+3) multiple-launch rocket systems
  • 152 (+1) air defence systems
  • 234 (+0) planes
  • 204 (+0) helicopters
  • 849 (+2) operational-tactical UAVs
  • 196 (+0) cruise missiles
  • 15 (+0) ships/boats
  • 3,236 (+19) vehicles and fuel tankers
  • 103 (+0) other vehicles and equipment

The General Staff noted that Russian troops had suffered their heaviest losses on the Donetsk and Kurakhove fronts. 

https://www.pravda.com.ua/eng/news/2022/08/31/7365474/

3 comments

  1. That’s quite some losses for a single day. That’s one-third to one-half a BTG. Not even mafia land can sustain such losses for long. And, we’re getting close to another hallmark figure; 50,000 dead orcs!

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  2. You wonder how many vehicles they have left, how many they can get out of the factory doors each day to replace the losses and even then, get them in place.

    Cannon fodder is easy, they can give any cretin a stick and tell him to shout bang bang.

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