The Armed Forces of Ukraine destroyed a helicopter and 910 occupiers

Russia's losses in the WAR in Ukraine
Russia's losses in the WAR in Ukraine
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Kostiantyn Golubtsov

Kostiantyn Golubtsov

Published: February 08 2024 at 01:54 pm
Source: General Staff

The General Staff reports the RF's losses for the day. On the morning of Thursday, February 8, Russia's losses in the WAR in Ukraine increased by 910 occupiers. The total number of Russian army losses since the beginning of the invasion has reached 392,380 military personnel. In addition, the Ukrainian Armed Forces carried out effective strikes, destroying a helicopter, 31 missiles, 14 drones, and 20 enemy combat armored vehicles.

This was reported on the Facebook page of the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine. The total combat losses of the enemy from 24.02.22 to 08.02.24 are approximately:

  • Personnel - about 392,380 (+910) eliminated;
  • Tanks - 6,383 (+11) units;
  • Combat armored vehicles - 11,899 (+20) units;
  • Artillery systems - 9,411 (+24) units;
  • MLRS - 980 units;
  • Air defense systems - 666 (+1) units;
  • Aircraft - 332 units;
  • Helicopters - 325 (+1) units;
  • Operational-tactical level UAVs - 7,191 (+14) units;
  • Cruise missiles - 1,880 (+31) units;
  • Ships/boats - 24 units;
  • Submarines - 1 unit;
  • Motor vehicles and tankers - 12,513 (+27) units;
  • Special equipment - 1,505 (+8) units. As reported by Ukrainian News, on the morning of Wednesday, February 7, Russia's losses in the conflict in Ukraine increased by 890 occupiers. The total number of Russian army losses since the beginning of the invasion reached 391,470 military personnel. It is also reported that the Ukrainian Armed Forces conducted successful attacks, destroying 20 artillery systems, 22 combat armored vehicles, and 33 units of enemy motor vehicles."
Russia's losses in the WAR in Ukraine
Russia's losses in the WAR in Ukraine

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