The Depletion of Russian Arsenals and Its Troops Who Prayed in Front of Drones
News from Russian indicates that
the country has admitted it has almost depleted its precision-guided weapons.
In addition, the UK defense
ministry claimed that many of the missiles launched by Russia are old cruise missiles
such as KH-55, with nuclear warheads removed. Therefore, Russia was practically
firing unarmed munitions at Ukraine. The ministry believes that this is a sign
that Russia's precision-guided weapons are exhausted.
At present, the number of such KH
55 missile launches is increasing, and they have been found in various parts of
Ukraine, which shows that the Russian army is indeed doing this on a large
scale, not occasionally. This also does not appear to be nuclear intimidation, and
it actually shows the depletion in Russia's stock of long-range missiles.
On Ukraine's side, the United
States is considering giving it a 100-mile strike weapon.
Dubbed Ground Launched Small
Diameter Bomb (GLSDB), the system could be delivered to Ukraine in the spring,
according to sources revealed to Reuters.
So far, although Ukraine has
repeatedly strongly requested the U.S. to provide long-range missile systems,
the latter has yet to agree to it. The longest-range weapon system currently
provided to Ukraine is the HIMARS rocket.
Therefore, until now, Ukraine has
been unable to respond equally to Russia's long-range missile attacks and is powerless
in destroying Russia's infrastructure. As a result, it can only watch drones
and missiles from Russia blowing up its own power system and infrastructure.
In reality, Ukraine's drones have
the potential to end Russia's trench warfare.
Now Ukraine's use of drones has
completely covered all fronts. It operates small drone special operation forces
and uses them to continuously attack Russian infantry in the trenches every day
during the daytime. The Russian infantry in the trenches suffered heavy
casualties, and are completely helpless against such drone attacks.
This kind of small drone is said
to come from Taiwan. It is reported that Poland has ordered 1,000 such drones,
which own a rotary bomb bay and a simple targeting system with high accuracy.
Ukraine released a large number of
such drones to attack the trench system of the Russian army. Even if the
Russian army had some anti-drone equipment, it could not cover the entire front,
and this made the trench a graveyard for the Russian army.
In the face of continuous drone
attacks, some Russian troops even prayed in front of the drone's camera that they
might be spared from being killed.