Sunday, March 27, 2022


This is coolbert:

Ukrainian troops once more on the offensive? Russians not able to hold ground previously captured?

 The story as seen at the NY Post ^ | 3/25/2022 | Evan Simko-Bednarski. Tip from Freeper.

"Ukrainian troops take back parts of Kherson from Russian forces: US"

"Ukrainian forces have retaken control of parts of the strategically crucial city of Kherson, the Pentagon said Friday. Kherson — which sits at the mouth of the Dnieper River that bisects Ukraine and is directly north of the Crimean peninsula annexed by Russia in 2014 — was the first and only major population center that had been taken by Russian forces since the start of the invasion last month." 

The airbase Kherson also attacked a few days, a number of Russian attack helicopters evidently destroyed. The Ukrainian still possesses a counter-attack and counter-offensive capability.

Russians able to seize ground but "not able to hold" ground? That remains to be seen. NY Post story based on sources from the Pentagon? Does that make it any more believable? 


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