This is Why Russia is Losing so Many Generals

Not since the end of World War II has one nation lost so many senior military leaders in such a short amount of time.

The Ukraine Ministry of Defense reports the number of Russian generals killed at 12. However, U.S. Defense Intelligence Agency’s (DIA) Lt. Gen. Scott Berrier said this week that the U.S. can only confirm 10.

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Multi-Branch Veteran | Military & Global Security writer for War is Boring, GENmag, OneZero, Edge | Law Student at WMU | TEDx Speaker | Dad to 3 | Hates nukes

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Wes O'Donnell

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Multi-Branch Veteran | Military & Global Security writer for War is Boring, GENmag, OneZero, Edge | Law Student at WMU | TEDx Speaker | Dad to 3 | Hates nukes

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