Russia’s attack on Ukraine has created a surge in social media imagery in its opening times, indicating to represent the consequence of introductory conflicts and rocket strikes focusing on Ukrainian military offices.
The Russian Defense Ministry said that notwithstanding its airstrikes and rocket assaults, some ground powers had progressed into Ukraine from Crimea.
Hitherto, in excess of 80 Ukrainian military targets have been destroyed, Russian authorities asserted.
World War III: Russia Army Weapons & Bombs
Russian tanks and armored vehicles appear to have faced some resistance. In the northeast town of Glukhov, near the Russian border, a “column” of T-72 tanks was destroyed by U.S.-supplied Javelin antitank missiles.
As it encircled Ukraine in recent weeks, the Russian military brought forward an array of aircraft capable of firing guided air-to-ground missiles or dropping “dumb” munitions such as cluster or fragmentation bombs.
Russian military forces also have appeared to prioritize critical infrastructure, using air power to target a thermal power plant near Kyiv.
The AK-12 is a Russian assault rifle chambered in 5.45×39mm designed and manufactured by the Kalashnikov Concern (formerly Izhmash), making it the fifth generation of Kalashnikov rifles.
According to the Federation of American Scientists, Russia leads the world with 6,200 nuclear weapons. The current size of Ukraine’s armed forces, which consists of 250,000 (215,000 military personnel), is the second largest in the region after the Russian Armed Forces.