Black Sea Fleet
Weekly Frontline Update: Russian forces advance on eastern front, Ukraine takes out Russia’s warships and aircraft
After capturing the Ukrainian stronghold of Avdiivka in the Donetsk Oblast, Russia is preparing a new offensive on the southern front.
It is the fourth landing ship from Russia’s Black Sea Fleet that Ukraine's military has sunk since the beginning of Russia’s full-scale invasion.
It is the fourth landing ship from Russia’s Black Sea Fleet Ukrainian military to sink since the beginning of Russia’s full-scale invasion. Caesar Kunikov is a large landing ship with a crew comprising 87 personnel.
Ukraine's navy commander, Vice Admiral Oleksiy Neizhpapa, told Sky News that the war course would have been very different had Ukrainian forces been allowed to use Western munitions without restrictions from the very beginning. He also named two main objectives of Ukrainian operations in the Black Sea.
Ukraine’s victory demands more than drones. “Boots on the ground” define true territory control, says Navy commander
Ukraine created the world's first fleet of naval drones, paralyzing Russia's Black Sea Fleet. However, can occupied Crimea - the apple of Vladimir Putin's eye - be liberated by drones alone?
Lacking warships, Ukraine came up with a “drone swarm” solution. They can swim, fly, shoot, and batter. The result? Russian Black Sea Fleet warships have fled to Novorossiysk - but are not safe even there.
Ukraine launched a missile strike on Russia's Black Sea Fleet HQ in occupied Crimea in September as part of the 'Crab Trap' operation.
The base, revealed through satellite imagery and intelligence reports, raises regional tensions and underscores Moscow's strategic moves in response to military challenges in the Black Sea
Rather than acknowledge his forces' air defense failures, Putin chooses to sacrifice commanders, Atesh says
The Ukrainian military targeted and eliminated a large Russian column that was delivering additional troops and ammunition, thwarting efforts to reinforce positions in the Kherson Oblast, as confirmed by drone footage.
Ukrainian forces struck two landing ships of Russia's Black Sea Fleet in a nighttime maritime drone attack.
Russian fast landing boats carrying infantry fighting vehicles and anti-aircraft systems were sunk by maritime kamikaze drones on 10 November.
The Kalibr cruise missile carrier Askold was reportedly hit with SCALP missiles in close proximity to the Crimea bridge
The Russian navy ship left its Crimean base after sustaining damage in another alleged Ukrainian attack, Ukraine's navy spokesperson confirmed.
Last week, Ukraine eliminated top Russian military commanders and advanced on the southern front.
A series of Ukrainian attacks severely damaged Black Sea Fleet and hindered Russia's blockade capabilities. However, the fleet remains capable of missile strikes that continue to pose a threat to Ukraine, as per UK intel.
Ukraine has tested a new underwater drone with a 1,000-kilometer range.
Ukraine continues to attack Russian military bases in occupied Crimea.
Our weekly review focuses on events and trends on the frontlines of the Russian-Ukrainian war. We analyze the latest developments in the hottest spots on the war map, strikes on logistics behind the enemy lines, and the impact of such strikes on combat operations.
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