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Russia Says It Destroyed Two US-Supplied HIMARS Rocket Systems In Ukraine

Russia Says It Destroyed Two US-Supplied HIMARS Rocket Systems In Ukraine Russia’s defense ministry announced Wednesday that its forces operating in Ukraine have destroyed two US-supplied rocket systems recently transferred to Ukrainian forces under authorization of the Biden administration. In particular, Moscow is claiming it took out a pair of advanced High Mobility Artillery Rocket Systems (HIMARS), which have served to greatly expand the targeting range of the Ukrainian army. Earlier in the war, Russia vowed to attack any foreign supplied weapons or convoys it finds on the battlefield, further saying it would hold the supplying nations “responsible”.  US Army file image There’s as yet no independent confirmation, and it’s unlikely that the Ukrainian side would confirm even if true. Kiev has reportedly denied it. If accurate, it would be a devastating rollback of efforts to give Kiev longer range rockets, given at this point the Ukrainians likely only possess less than half a dozen HIMARS. It also takes time to train the Ukrainians on the complicated mobile systems being transferred. This could mean the destruction of half of the US-made HIMARS deployed by the Ukrainians. Reuters recounts, “Ukraine had received only four HIMARS systems as of early July, the European Council on Foreign Relations said in a report. The U.S. has pledged to deliver eight by mid-July.” Further according to Reuters, citing the Russian military: It also said Russian forces destroyed two ammunition depots storing rockets for the HIMARS near the frontline in a village south of Kramatorsk in Ukraine’s Donetsk region – the main focus for Russian troops following the capture of Luhansk over the weekend. The ministry released video footage which it said showed the strike. Reuters could not independently verify the strike. One war analyst, Samuel Ramani, commented that the Kremlin claim “underscores Russia’s desire to specifically target

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