German Intel: Over 100 Ukrainian Soldiers Die Each Day

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German intelligence reports that over 100 soldiers a day are dying in the war. Meanwhile, the US can’t restock the weapons we send to Ukraine.

Lost Ukrainian lives.

Information Liberation reports that German intelligence notes that over 100 Ukrainian soldiers die daily.

Antiwar.com, “Germany: Ukraine Losing Hundreds of Soldiers Every Day”:

The German foreign intelligence service assesses that Kiev is losing a “three-digit number” of soldiers daily, according to a report in Der Spiegel. Berlin informed politicians of the assessment during a secret meeting this week.

Germany’s Federal Intelligence Service (BND) is “alarmed” by the high number of losses Ukraine is suffering…

The BND believes the Ukrainian casualties will have severe consequences during future battles. The German intelligence service also believes that Russia is suffering high casualties and using its soldiers as “cannon fodder.”

The more the Ukrainians fight, the more land and soldiers they lose. According to Col. MacGregor, Ukrainians lose eight soldiers for every Russian.

THE US CAN NOT RESTOCK INVENTORIES OF CRITICAL MUNITIONS

It’s already hurting the United States in many ways, including our weapons supply.

The U.S. will not be able to restock inventories of critical munitions sent to Ukraine for years, even as some stockpiles have become nearly depleted, the Center for Strategic and International Studies found, reports Daily Caller.

According to the Pentagon, the U.S. has provided 1.1 million rounds of 155mm ammunition to Ukraine as of Thursday.

“Fortunately, in this year’s NDAA, the Armed Services Committees included critical audit provisions for this funding, including one that will provide quarterly reports on the production of the US munitions industrial base,” Wisconsin Republican Rep. Mike Gallagher told the Daily Caller News.

The one caveat is how much this relies on the military complex information.

Read the report here.


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John Vieira
14 days ago

The ‘proxy war’ is becoming expensive…and dangerous. Lest one forgets, this IS Russia’s border…and unlike the ‘pukes’ in Washington, they WILL defend it…

Greg
Greg
15 days ago

Something is clearly happening or expected in Ukraine: following the mass resignations, the National Security and Defense Council banned the travel of civil servants, security officials and deputies abroad.

Ukrainian media claim that the deputy head of Zelensky’s office, Kyrylo Tymoshenko, wrote a letter of resignation

Also, the heads of the Dnepropetrovsk, Zaporozhye, Kherson and Sumy regions of Ukraine resigned.

Greg
Greg
15 days ago

Latest from Brian Berletic.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q9MMPHd8Bwk

GuvGeek
GuvGeek
15 days ago

If they are down to only 100 soldiers a day, Ukraine must be running out of Cannon Fodder.

Greg
Greg
15 days ago

Is the reference of “three digits” a way of minimizing the numbers. Reports it could be up to 800. Also, Ukraine is losing heavy armor in the ratio of 19:1. All the network of trenches created over the past years are of little help with aerial reconnaissance and they are becoming rapid kill zones. When Ukraine forces dug them it seemed appropriate when confronting Donbass militias but not against massive coordinated attacks as they are now facing.