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Ukrainian SOF Teams Continue to Break Russian Logistics Infrastructure

Published March 19, 2022

Footage released by the Ukrainian Ministry of Defense shows members of an SOF team blowing a key bridge that allows Russian trains to move logistics to their front-line.


Russian logistics has left their front-lines wanting more often than not throughout the conflict so far. This is a key flaw in the Russian military's way of thinking and operating in the 21st century. Logistics demands on the front-line need to be met by the importance of the positions and operations being conducted by front-line troops, however the Russians have been letting their operations be driven by logistics instead of having their logistics driven by the operations. This weakens Russian troops at key points of friction, and allows the Ukrainians to hold and even regain ground from their Russian adversary.


On top of this, another key weakness of the Russian military is their heavy reliance on railways and trains to move supplies into the contested areas. This weakness has been exploited by the Ukrainian SOF operators on the ground time and time again, as railway tracks are notoriously easy to destroy or disable. This costs the Russian Logistics Corps time on repairing the tracks, which inevitably delays their ability to get supplies to the front-line. Every day wasted repairing tracks is another day that Russian Soldiers on the front-lines go without beans, bullets, and bandages.


The Ukrainian military has their head in the right place with this style of harassments for the most part. The only way they could make it more effective is if resistance fighters in the Russian controlled areas of Ukraine were to take up arms with the SOF teams and allow themselves to be trained in the effective destruction of these railway lines. SOF teams from Ukraine could effectively keep an armed resistance operating in a Partisan capacity for as long as they are able to keep them supplied with explosives and ammunition. They may lose command and control over those partisan activities, however it would free up their SOF teams to do more important work elsewhere.


josh brooks

Published March 19, 2022

Footage released by the Ukrainian Ministry of Defense shows members of an SOF team blowing a key bridge that allows Russian trains to move logistics to their front-line.


Russian logistics has left their front-lines wanting more often than not throughout the conflict so far. This is a key flaw in the Russian military's way of thinking and operating in the 21st century. Logistics demands on the front-line need to be met by the importance of the positions and operations being conducted by front-line troops, however the Russians have been letting their operations be driven by logistics instead of having their logistics driven by the operations. This weakens Russian troops at key points of friction, and allows the Ukrainians to hold and even regain ground from their Russian adversary.


On top of this, another key weakness of the Russian military is their heavy reliance on railways and trains to move supplies into the contested areas. This weakness has been exploited by the Ukrainian SOF operators on the ground time and time again, as railway tracks are notoriously easy to destroy or disable. This costs the Russian Logistics Corps time on repairing the tracks, which inevitably delays their ability to get supplies to the front-line. Every day wasted repairing tracks is another day that Russian Soldiers on the front-lines go without beans, bullets, and bandages.


The Ukrainian military has their head in the right place with this style of harassments for the most part. The only way they could make it more effective is if resistance fighters in the Russian controlled areas of Ukraine were to take up arms with the SOF teams and allow themselves to be trained in the effective destruction of these railway lines. SOF teams from Ukraine could effectively keep an armed resistance operating in a Partisan capacity for as long as they are able to keep them supplied with explosives and ammunition. They may lose command and control over those partisan activities, however it would free up their SOF teams to do more important work elsewhere.


josh brooks

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