A video circulating online purportedly shows Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky telling his countrymen to surrender to Russia — but experts say the footage isn’t real.
he 68-second deepfake clip appeared Wednesday on social media platforms, seemingly showing the 44-year-old leader saying his tenure as president has “not been easy” while staring intently into a camera…Read More (New York Post)
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Three weeks ago, the 406th Artillery Brigade of Ukraine was considered an elite unit. As Russian forces approached, the entire garrison deserted, leaving behind all of their heavy weapons and ammunition.
More than 10 Ukrainian naval vessels, among them patrol craft and attack boats, were abandoned by the Ukranian navy as Russian forces approached the port city of Berdyansk.
D – demilitarization.
Ukraine has big plans for its navy, which promised to seriously hurt the Russian Black Sea fleet with swarm tactics to take out larger, better armed Russian vessels.
Ukrainian sailors, evidently, didn’t think much of that plan.
All offensive weaponry abroad Ukrainian ships is now being removed and evacuated, as is all ammunition
Another devastated Ukrainian military convoy – destroyed in what appears to be an airstrike.
Recently, the Pentagon warned that the Ukrainian military faces a logistical collapse. That, evidently, is what the Russian military is after; to degrade and destroy Ukraine’s ability to transport weapons, ammunition and fuel from stores not yet destroyed by Russian airstrikes, to troops on the front lines. One salvo from a Grad MLRS weighs around 5 tonnes, which has to be delivered from stores.
For 8 years, Ukraine has battled militias made up of farmers and coal miners in the separatist Donbas, without ever having to worry about wasting ammunition and fuel. That is now costing them
Along the motorways of Ukraine’s Kherson province, we saw only two types of vehicles: endless Russian military convoys, and what used to be Ukrainian ones.
Anywhere you drive, whatever direction, you’re bound to come upon abandoned or destroyed Ukrainian tanks, overturned APC’s or damaged trucks, still loaded with tonnes of ammunition.
The bodies that could be found and collected have been transported away, but every so often, if you look under a hatch, you’ll see the silhouette or remains of a former Ukrainian soldier, or a militant from one of Ukraine’s nationalist battalions
A day at the Zaporozhye Nuclear Power Plant
The facility was guarded by 240 troops of the Ukrainian National Guard, who were ordered to “fight to the last drop of blood”, their commander admitted during the surrender of the NPP to Russian forces.
Having disobeyed orders, the commander now believes he is a dead man walking, but continues with his duties at the NPP.
All the Ukrainian troops were freed to return to the homes and families, after signing a written statement, promising not to participate in any more fighting.
The amount of weapons and ammunition that they had was colossal, as you can see. And this doesn’t include all the heavy weapons and armored vehicles at the facility