• Wed. Jun 7th, 2023

Ukrainian forces reportedly used a rare truck-mounted self-propelled howitzer against Russian forces on Snake Island. According …


20 thoughts on “2S22 Bohdana: The rare howitzer Ukraine used as part of mission to retake Snake Island”
  1. No matter what victories Russia claims, the things history will remember are; Russia's crushing loss north of Kiev, the sinking of the Mosqva, Russia's withdrawl from Snake Island, and the war crimes that were broadcast for the world to see; the razing of Mariupol, the amazingly brave Ukrainians holding the Azovstahl factory, and the body littered streets of Bucha…..

    There's no way to spin all that into something that putin can comfortably call 'victory'. History will not be kind to putin. It never is for degenerate monsters like putin.

  2. Seems to be a work in progress and even if not as sophisticated as other offerings it is Ukrainian and money spent on it stay in Ukraine and the expertise required to make it stays in Ukraine. Do they still have the capacity to produce it or has that already been lost?

  3. First 137 days of war

    Russia’s losses in war in Ukraine

    From February 24, 2022 to July 10, 2022

    1. Military troops – (TBC) – over 37 200 (In Afghanistan 10 years – 15 000)

    2. Wounded – approximately 95 000. (37 200+95 000=132 200. For what?)

    3. Aircraft – 217

    4. Helicopters – 188

    5. Tanks – 1641

    6. Armored cars – 3 823

    7. Rocket launcher “Grad” – 247

    8. Air defense system– 108

    9. UCAV drones – 676

    10. Navy vessels – 15

    11. Cannons – 832

    12. Military vehicles – 2 694

    13. Prisoners – over 1000

    14. Updated List of Russian generals and senior commanders KIA in Ukraine.

    1. Lieutenant General Yakov Ryazantsev (03/25/2022, Kherson).

    2. Lieutenant General A.N. Mordvichev (03/18/2022, Kherson).

    3. Major General Oleg Mityaev (03/15/2022, Mariupol, Donetsk region).

    4. Major General Andrey Kolesnikov (03/11/2022,).

    5. Major General Vitaly Petrovich Gerasimov (03/07/2022, Kharkov region).

    6. Major General Andrei Sukhovetsky (02/28/2022, Mariupol, Donetsk region).

    7. Major General Magomed Tushaev (02/26/2022, Gostomel, Kyiv region).

    8. Major General Vlaislav Yershov (03/?/2022, Dismissed – Possible Suicide)

    9. Major General Nikolai Zusko

    10. Major General Vladimir Frolov

    11. Major General Andrew Simonov

    12. Major General Kanamat Botashev

    13. Major General Valeriy Asapov

    14. Major General Roman Kutozov

    15. Lieutenant general Roman Bernikov

    Colonel Vladimir Zhoga, Commander Sparta Battalion

    Colonel Denis Kurilo, Commander 200th Separate Motor Rifle Brigade

    Colonel Yuri Medvedev, Commander 37th Motor Rifle Brigade – Run over by Russian tank

    Colonel Sergi Sukharev, Commander 331st VDV

    Colonel Sergi Porokhnya, Commander 12th Engineer Brigade

    Colonel Konstantin Zizevsky, Commander 247th Guards Air Assault Regiment

    Colonel Andrei Zakharov, Commander 6th Tank Regiment, 90th Tank Division

    Colonel Alexei Sharov, Commander 810th Guards Separate Order of Zhukov Brigade

    Colonel Vitaly Slabtsov, Commander 83rd Separate Air Brigade

    Colonel Alexander Bespalov, Commander 59th Tank Guards Tank Regiment

    Colonel Unknown Unknown, Commander 503rd Guards Motor Rifle Regiment

    Colonel Ivan Hrishin

    Colonel Vladimir Ivanov

    Colonel Sergey Postnov

    Colonel Denis Kozlov

    Colonel Andrei Vasilyev

    Lieutenant Colonel Dmitry Safronov, Commander 61st Marine Brigade

    Lieutenant Colonel Yuri Agarkov, Commander 33rd Motorized Rifle Regiment

    Lieutenant Colonel Dmitry Dormidontov, Commander Rocket Artillery Division.

    Lieutenant Colonel Denis Glebov, Deputy Commander 11th Separate Airborne Assault Brigade.

    Lieutenant Georgy Dudorov, Deputy Commander Airborne Reconnaissance Division.

    Captain First Rank Andrey Paliv, Deputy Commander Black Sea Fleet

    Captain First Rank Anton Kuprin

    Captain Alexey Glushchak, Commander GRU Military Intelligence

    Lieutenant Colonel Azatbek Omurbekov, Commander 64th Separate Motorized Rifle Brigade, has been tentatively identified as the commanding officer in charge of the Bucha war crimes. Major General Aleksandr Dvornikov was tentatively identified as the commander who ordered the rocket attack on the train station in Kramatorsk.

    ++ in general, (on July 5, 2022) there killed more than 700 officers of different ranges. (56-colonels, 47-lieutenant Colonels, 100-majors, 143-captain, 242-Senior Lieutenants, 147-Lieutenants)

  4. So many achievements by Ukraine and still loosing? We are hearing since the beginning that Ukraine destroyed Russian Tanks and helicopters and its winning. Then why is it loosing its region one by one? Thats because it wasn’t. News Channels like yours are already sold to the West and now you guys are spreading propaganda to get people’s unity for U.S not Ukraine.
    The war would've ended long ago if U.S didnt supply weapons and aids. That would mean less lives, less loss of infrastructure and less crisis for the world. But America never wants peace. If America can invade Iraq with no reason then why cant Russia conduct millitary operation on its neighbouring land with valid reasons?

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