Another bloodbath due to shit logistics

What is the strategic advantage of storing soldiers, ammo and fuel in buildings that are in range of Ukranian artillery?

  1. 4 days ago
    Anonymous

    Vids or pics? I need for my himars collection

    • 4 days ago
      Anonymous

      Strike was the other day but now commented on. Check wartranslated on twatter.

      • 4 days ago
        Anonymous

        https://i.imgur.com/ql5PU1k.png

        What is the strategic advantage of storing soldiers, ammo and fuel in buildings that are in range of Ukranian artillery?

        Wait, they did it again?
        A second, or perhaps even a third time? After the previous strike was so widely publicised that they felt the need to write fiction about a retaliatory strike that was then publicly ridiculed even by their own propagandists?

        • 4 days ago
          Anonymous

          >Wait, they did it again?
          yeah at Kadiivka. probably what OP's picrel is talking about.

        • 4 days ago
          Anonymous

          >Wait, they did it again?
          Some repurposed factory building in Luhanks a couple of days ago.

  2. 4 days ago
    Anonymous

    >pulling the wounded out of the rubble, one of the officers died from shell fragments

    I always wondered why it´s not more common to repeatedly hit a target after the initial attack to kill off the survivors and rescue teams. I bet this would have an extremely demoralizing effect. I guess it might be a war crime, but you could always claim that you weren´t trying to hit any rescuers but were still shelling the initial military target.

    • 4 days ago
      Anonymous

      This happens literally all the time. Ukies just can't do it to rusmorons as much because rusmorons don't send anyone to rescue their recently fucked formations

    • 4 days ago
      Anonymous

      It's a thing with terror attacks sometimes. Blow a bomb, wait for rescue work to begin, blow another. IIRC, SAA did it too with barrel bombing.

    • 3 days ago
      Anonymous

      Russia did this in Syria, "Double Tap" strikes,

    • 3 days ago
      Anonymous

      US and Russia do it all the time. Likely others too, but those are the big names it gets talked about occasionally.
      It does require stopping your bombardment because rescue services generally don't drive into an artillery curtain. So you pause it for five or fifteen minutes for the ambulances to arrive and get out and start trying to move rubble, then do it again.
      Sometimes they even do triple-taps to get the people rescuing rescue personnel.

    • 3 days ago
      Anonymous

      US did that shit in Iraq and Afghanistan all the time, the ol' double-tap strike.

  3. 4 days ago
    Anonymous

    Is he talking about the strike on Kadiivka?

  4. 4 days ago
    Anonymous

    and what proofs are there? americans will believe anything at first reading even without government confirmation & aprroval

    • 4 days ago
      Anonymous

      This should be an obvious troll, but Russians actually think like this.

    • 4 days ago
      Anonymous

      yeah I'm waiting on confirmation from RuMoD before I make a decision here. Keep me posted

      • 4 days ago
        Anonymous

        Wasn't technically russian army so doesn't count. I'm pretty sure kadyrovsty are under rosgvardiya, on paper at least.

      • 3 days ago
        Anonymous

        RuMoD here. This didn't happen.

        • 3 days ago
          Anonymous

          Besides that, even if did happen only 10 people died.

          • 3 days ago
            Anonymous

            And even if more than 10 people died they're easily replaced

            • 3 days ago
              Anonymous

              Yeah, it's barely 0.2% of mobilized

              • 3 days ago
                Anonymous

                It's okay because Motherland has the mobilization reserve of 25 million!

  5. 4 days ago
    Anonymous

    Imagine being a mobik and your commanding officer drives you up to a fuel depot close enough to the front to hear artillery explosions, and then points at the cellar and tells you that's your barracks, before he himself speeds off

    • 4 days ago
      Anonymous

      So bottom right makes me question what exactly Putin and Co’s plan is when they banned the use of civilian vehicles. Did they actually get enough APCs and Trucks going that they don’t need them anymore? Or is it a PR stunt that doesn’t care about the military reality on the ground and is just trying to improve the image of the war on the home front? I feel like it could be the latter because as an American it would be extremely embarrassing to see US marines going through Baghdad in stolen shitboxes.

      • 3 days ago
        Anonymous

        Some mid level staff officer in the russian military probably noticed that their mobiks keep getting grilled in civilian vehicles, so this is passed up the chain and eventually "solved" by banning the use of civilian vehicles. That this then leaves the troops on the ground without any form of adequate transportation isn't even considered, because the guy making that decision has a dozen reports in front of him that say that there are enough trucks and APCs and everything is fine.

      • 3 days ago
        Anonymous

        According to Russian law, Mercenaries are illegal and cannot be used in warfare. These laws however have no significance since Putin just ignores the law anyway and only severely applies it to people he doesn’t want to have mercenaries.
        Same can be said about military orders. They are official but unofficial ignored because they’re domestic propaganda and nothing else.

      • 3 days ago
        Anonymous

        Currently watching pic rel.
        in one episode there is an interview with manager of Soviet city laundry, that is being assigned quota of scrap metal to delivery every year. That quotas are a part of centrally designed recycling plan, whole building of the best Moscow specialists crafted it to perfection using cybernetics and statistics. The only small problem is they had input the required quantity of metal after this one year when the laundry was being refurbished and old machines went to be scrapped. Naturally there is no way to meet this numbers again, so poor manager has to buy scrap from the proceeds of his establishment or send his employers to collect it on the streets instead of doing their actual jobs. Or if they cant manage, then take spare parts for the washing machines and turn them over as scrap. Gradually the laundry accumulates deficit of everything, machines break because parts were signed off as scrap and people have no time to repair them. Money is being used for buying scrap instead of renovating the building or giving workers a pay raise. Everything gradually goes to shit, but at least Moscow completed their grand scrap collection plan. Such is the life in Russia, where everything is centrally planned and the plan is sacred.

        • 3 days ago
          Anonymous

          How do I see this as a non-bong

          • 3 days ago
            Anonymous

            People have uploaded to youtube:
            https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL9eKQjNu1CogsfzC8DvZM0SgpujW2hVUD

  6. 4 days ago
    Anonymous

    Now that they have the high threshold of that strike the other day anything less than that is not worth mentioning.

    Damn mobiks' treatment just gets worse and worse.

  7. 4 days ago
    Anonymous

    Come on, at least make these fantasies somewhat realistic. Russian officer trying to save the wounded lmao

    • 4 days ago
      Anonymous

      >Save the wounded cellphones and wedding rings

  8. 4 days ago
    Anonymous
    • 4 days ago
      Anonymous

      >On top of an ammo dumps
      If OP is correct these mobiks were housed under an ammo dump. Can't say I've heard that before.

      • 4 days ago
        Anonymous

        >above doesn't seem to work
        >let's try below now!

        • 3 days ago
          Anonymous

          [...]
          >You see, Ivan, if we place the ammo on the top floor it's like the whole building has reactive armour, safer than before

          >On top of an ammo dumps
          If OP is correct these mobiks were housed under an ammo dump. Can't say I've heard that before.

          Russians are logical minded people. Ammunition only blows "up", therefore putting the mobiks "under" the ammunition keeps them safe. It's similar to ERA.

      • 3 days ago
        Anonymous

        Puccia plays angry birds on pigs side

      • 3 days ago
        Anonymous

        >above doesn't seem to work
        >let's try below now!

        >You see, Ivan, if we place the ammo on the top floor it's like the whole building has reactive armour, safer than before

  9. 3 days ago
    Anonymous

    Ukrainians used up some shells and a few lucky Russians no longer have to live (in Russia).
    I'd call that a draw.

  10. 3 days ago
    Anonymous

    >Igor , we need to house mobiks in here
    >Dont you remember Ivan, after last time we are not allowed to house mobiks on top of ammo dump!
    >But igor, our orders dont say anything about housing them BELOW the ammo dump!
    >Ivan, yuo are of genius!

  11. 3 days ago
    Anonymous

    Wasn't there an airfield that the ukies bombed something like 10 times? Time to do that, but with mobiks.

  12. 3 days ago
    Anonymous

    >they touched the stove again
    Would the average russian pass the turing test

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