578 Days of Russia-Ukraine War: Incremental Increase in Russian Casualties

As the Russia-Ukraine conflict enters its 578th day, the repercussions for Russian forces continue to be severe. This report provides an updated assessment of Russian casualties and material losses, based on the latest information from the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine.

Personnel Losses: A Continuing Trend

The updated data reveals that 275,850 Russian troops have been eliminated on Ukrainian soil, marking an increase of 390 personnel since the last update.

Tanks and Armored Vehicles: Consistent Attrition

• Tanks: 4,662 units, a slight increase of 7 units.
• Armored Personnel Vehicles (APV): 8,914 units, an increment of 2 units.

Artillery and Anti-Aircraft Systems

• Artillery Systems: 6,233 units, up by 23 units.
• Anti-aircraft Warfare Systems: 531 units, an increase of 1 unit.

Static Data: Some Categories Remain Unchanged

• Aircraft: 315 units
• Helicopters: 316 units
• Multiple Launch Rocket Systems (MLRS): 789 units
• Cruise Missiles: 1,518 units
• Boats/Warships: 20 units
• Submarines: 1 unit

Unmanned and Other Special Equipment

• UAVs at the Operational-Tactical Level: 4,888 units, up by 21.
• Special Equipment: 914 units, a minor increase of 2 units.
• Vehicles and Fuel Tanks: 8,734 units, with 18 more added.

Historical Context

In historical terms, the incremental nature of these losses suggests a protracted conflict where each side is aiming to limit its vulnerabilities, albeit with varying degrees of success.


As the Russia-Ukraine war rages on, the upward trend in Russian losses both in terms of personnel and equipment is noteworthy. While some categories have seen minimal change, others continue to reflect the war’s escalating costs.

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