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300 fighter planes took turns to attack and blow up 40 bridges and 60 stations: cutting off the supply line of the 180,000-strong army_Frontline_Air Combat_Ukrainian Army


Original title: 300 fighter planes took turns destroying 40 bridges and 60 stations: cutting off the supply line of the 180,000-strong army

In order to achieve the final victory in the winter decisive battle as scheduled, the Russian army not only dispatched combat troops and corresponding weapons and ammunition to the front in large numbers, but also relied on its powerful air combat power to launch devastating attacks on several railway supply lines that the Ukrainian army valued most! The Russian Red Star TV website reported on November 17 that the Russian Deputy Defense Minister in charge of operations publicly stated in an interview with the media that the Russian Aerospace Forces had blown up all the railway supply lines from Kiev to the Donbas front line. , causing the 180,000 combat troops deployed by the Ukrainian army on the front line in Donbas to face the embarrassing situation of lack of food, clothing, and guns, creating extremely powerful conditions for the Russian army’s subsequent combat operations.

According to official information provided by the Russian Army’s Special Military Operations Frontline Command, the Russian Aerospace Forces’ tactical aviation and the Russian Aerospace Forces’ long-range aviation have more than 300 aircraft, including Su-24, Su-25, Su-34 fighter-bombers, Su- 27. Su-30, Su-35 heavy fighters, Su-57 fifth-generation stealth fighter, MiG-29 and MiG-31 interceptors, Tu-22M3, Tu-95MS and Tu-160 long-range strategic bombers, etc. Various types of combat aircraft took turns to attack several railway and road supply lines from Kiev to the Donbas region, blowing up 40 bridges and 60 railway marshalling stations as well as multiple road transportation lines, cutting off in one fell swoop The logistical supply line or strategic communication line that the 180,000 Ukrainian troops rely on for survival.

While the Russian army cut off the logistics supply lines of Ukrainian combat troops as scheduled, it also frequently increased its troops to the front line in large numbers. It is reported that there are at least 9 mechanized infantry divisions, more than 1,200 full-tracked main battle tanks, more than 3,000 armored fighting vehicles of various types, more than 800 heavy artillery and rocket launchers of various calibers, more than 20,000 tons of artillery shells or rockets, more than 4,000 Various high-precision missiles including air defense missiles, operational tactical missiles, cruise missiles, hypersonic missiles, etc., and 80,000 tons of combat materials including military fuel, military communication equipment, field rations, medical facilities, weapon accessories, etc. They have been transported to the front line in dozens of special military trains and distributed in time according to combat needs.

In a sense, the final outcome and outcome of the upcoming winter decisive battle has been clear before it even begins. There is also a sharp contrast between the well-prepared Russian army and the Ukrainian combat troops who have lost rear support. The gradual loss of foreign aid and complete loss of supply capabilities has made the Ukrainian combat troops, whose morale was already very low, even worse and more disheartened! Yes, how can a combat force that is short of food, clothing, ammunition, and without any guarantee be an opponent of the Russian army? Not surprisingly, the Uzbek army will be passive and completely defeated in the next winter decisive battle. Let’s wait and see.

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