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(NSFW) Russian Soldiers Gather at a Casualty Collection Point in Grozny (1995)

Published March 15, 2022

Footage recorded on a handheld VHS recorded in 1995 shows Russian Soldiers gathering their wounded at a casualty collection point during the Battle for Grozny.


Warning: This video contains scenes that depict wounded individuals at a casualty collection point, which may be unsuitable for some audiences.


The Battle for Grozny in 1995 was a months long affair which saw the Russians taking control of the Chechen capital city. Over the course of three months, between 1,500 and 2,000 Russian Soldiers would be killed, with another 6,200 ending up as casualties or labelled as Missing in Action. The losses on the Chechen side of the conflict are still unknown to this day, but it is believed that at least 5,000 Chechens stood against 60,000 Russians during the battle.


The video above was recorded on a handheld VHS camcorder, and it shows Russian troops maneuvering behind their armor to setup a casualty collection point for their wounded. It then follows a group of Russian Soldiers as they attempt to conduct a litter medevac of their casualties to a nearby ground casualty evacuation point.


josh brooks

Published March 15, 2022

Footage recorded on a handheld VHS recorded in 1995 shows Russian Soldiers gathering their wounded at a casualty collection point during the Battle for Grozny.


Warning: This video contains scenes that depict wounded individuals at a casualty collection point, which may be unsuitable for some audiences.


The Battle for Grozny in 1995 was a months long affair which saw the Russians taking control of the Chechen capital city. Over the course of three months, between 1,500 and 2,000 Russian Soldiers would be killed, with another 6,200 ending up as casualties or labelled as Missing in Action. The losses on the Chechen side of the conflict are still unknown to this day, but it is believed that at least 5,000 Chechens stood against 60,000 Russians during the battle.


The video above was recorded on a handheld VHS camcorder, and it shows Russian troops maneuvering behind their armor to setup a casualty collection point for their wounded. It then follows a group of Russian Soldiers as they attempt to conduct a litter medevac of their casualties to a nearby ground casualty evacuation point.


josh brooks

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