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Russia lost some 710 troops, 13 tanks, 25 armored vehicles on Nov 14 – Ukraine’s General Staff

According to the estimations of the General Staff of the Ukrainian Armed Forces published on the morning of 15 November, Russia has lost a total of approximately 82,080 troops since the beginning of its full-scale invasion of Ukraine on 24 February. On 14 November alone, some 710 soldiers were eliminated.

The equipment losses go as follows, according to the General Staff:

  • tanks: 2861 (+13 on Nov 14)
  • armored personnel vehicles: 5773 (+25)
  • artillery systems: 1850 (+11)
  • MLRS: 393 (+0)
  • anti-aircraft warfare systems: 208 (+2)
  • aircraft: 278 (+0)
  • helicopters: 261 (+0)
  • operational-tactical level UAVs: 1511 (+2)
  • cruise missiles: 399 (+0)
  • warships/boats: 16 (+0)
  • transport vehicles and fuel tanks: 4351 (+35)
  • special equipment: 160 (+0)

Russia lost some 780 troops, 15 tanks, 12 fighting vehicles, 11 artillery pieces on Nov 8 – Ukraine’s General Staff

Russia lost some 490 troops, 7 tanks, 5 artillery pieces on Nov 5 – Ukraine’s General Staff

Reportedly, Russia lost almost entire battalion of mobilized soldiers during one shelling — Russian oppositional media

Russian armoured vehicles losses increased to over 40 a day – British Intelligence


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