Russia has lost 71 pieces of equipment near Ugledar over the past two weeks, including destroyed, abandoned, damaged and captured tanks and vehicles. February loss data and infographics are published by the WarSpotting portal, which deals with open source intelligence (OSINT).
According to the portal, whether it was a full-scale assault or not, the operation did not go as planned, as the losses amounted to one mechanized brigade, with half of the losses within a few days. A large amount of equipment was abandoned, but it can be considered lost only conditionally, WarSpotting notes. There is a possibility that some of the tanks will eventually be restored if they are not destroyed.
On February 11, it became known that Russia had lost 103 pieces of equipment, including 36 tanks, in a three-day offensive against Avdiivka and Vuhledar. Such data was provided by the Oryx project. Before that, it was reported that in the area of Vogledar they defeated a Russian convoy of equipment, consisting of more than 30 tanks, infantry fighting vehicles and MT-LB.