Ukraine War Update NEWS (20240429a): Pt 1 - Overnight & Other News

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Here is today's UWU NEWS giving you all the nuggets you need to add to your understanding of events.

Del's open-source Russian loss stats:

Check out this website of pro-Ukrainian inks:

Videos/sources:
Hits/losses

Strikes

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0:00 Start
0:10 Hits/losses
16:03 Strikes
20:12 Other
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DISCLAIMER FOR GENERAL STAFF LOSSES DATA
1) These are real people with real lives and real families who love them. Don’t let the numbers sap your humanity.
2) These numbers probably aren’t accurate but they’re the best we have and we don’t need them to be accurate to be indicative of patterns of activity.
3) All losses are estimates. Losses cannot be counted with accuracy because of the conditions on the ground.
4) Both sides would see it to be of their advantage to minimize their own losses maximize the other side’s losses.
5) Neither side releases their losses but we have enough transparency from the Ukrainian side to have confidence in they are indicative.
6) Personnel losses are hard to count. If a soldier gets injured, heals up, and returns to the front line only to get injured again, is that one loss or two? Also, how to deal with losses from PMC’s or soldiers fighting with RF from occupied territories?
7) Equipment losses are hard to count. If an AA complex involves several parts and one part gets disabled, is that a loss, or a fraction of a loss? If a tank gets disabled, repaired, back into the fight, then disabled again, is that one lost tank or two?
8) All recorded losses are vulnerable to multiple reporting. We have already seen numerous cases of multiple drones in the air reporting the same loss from different angles as multiple engagements.
9) Losses are not always reported on the same day they occurred. It is frequent that drone losses are reported at least 24 hours after other terrestrial equipment losses. Certain losses may not be reported for days or weeks for military intelligence reasons.
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Hi all! another birthday survived, friends kicked out of the house, and back to this following the war almost fulltime.

greenhighlander
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Hi Team, hahaa im first, thanks Jonahtan, and have a nice week everyone

Finnishguy
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On his live stream, Perpetua has repeatedly said that Ukrainian artillery units seem to have a general policy in place not to share videos on destroyed RUS (barreled) artillery. Every policy has its exceptions, of course.

positroll
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You'll always be a hero to me, Jonathan.

goransemb
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I think locomotives may not be a prime target as Russia has a well developed rail network, on which the military does rely. However, they likely have the manufacturing to replace locomotives somewhat easily. The control cabinets with their silicon may prove harder to replace, and be a lower risk target.

jamieedwards
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A great way to start the day. GOOD morning everyone and evening ☕

budwebster
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Hi Team, Jonno and all wellthinking others. Have a great week!!

petervandermierden
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Thanks for all your work Jonathan. Respect.

BMWHP
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Good Morning Jonathan and the increasing ATP Team

richardbennett
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Thank you Jonathan ❤ Love to Team ATP ❤ Love to Ukraine 🇺🇦 ❤️ 🫂

NikkiOwen
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Welcome to ADD/ADHD Life JP!!!! I never sleep and my brain is always going 1000mph!!! Kinda sucks in that way. But does help when there is a million things going on and you need to get them all done or it can be easier to work in a Chaotic situation. Not for everyone, but at least for me. But I have 43 years experience at it.

jmtpolitico
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Thanks for the welcome Jonathan ... Happy to be here too.😀 Hi everyone 👋🌻

smith...
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I reckon they've just been reading my comments here about digging underground hangars with the Finns' help!

onbedoeldekut
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I see all of Russia's transport vehicle losses, but troops are still being trekked to the front. I don't think they are walking.

kenpreston
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$100 Million about time Labour made a donation! 🇦🇺🇺🇦

DieselAddiction
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Ukraine should sever the railway line from Astrakhan, this would slow the flow of Iranian armaments being imported via the Caspian Sea.

clivedunning
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With the F16s, they've not only got to disperse them, but somehow also do this with the servicing of the planes. That sounds a logistical nightmare to me. Ideally they would have underground facilities, but that would be very time consuming and expensive to create. I don't see how they can be "parked" in a NATO country without running the risk of widening the war.

davidhowse
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Looking forward to all the video's today keep up the great work on giving the information

alandoherty
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It feels like Ukraine has some shells to throw around at last, ,

hugokappes
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Bring back the Boulton Paul Defiant, the British WWII 'fighter' with a mixed reputation. It was a fighter with a turret containing 4 x .303 Browning machine guns and would be perfect for shooting down drones. Just hope the Russians don't send up Me109's...

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