Putin’s mobilization effect. The average life expectancy of those sent to the front is … several days from their appointment

Putin’s mobilization effect. The average life expectancy of those sent to the front is … several days from their appointment

The partially available data on the deaths on the front of Russians mobilized after September 21 as part of the so-called partial mobilization. Statistics give a lot of food for thought …

“All the killed were called up in the first week of mobilization in September, and the first information about the dead appeared on October 4. On average, “mobik” (mobilized) goes to Ukraine within seven days. There were also express cases, when the mobik reached Ukraine on the third day after mobilization. 12 days after mobilization, mobik dies in Ukraine. They will spend about four days at the front. “
– writes InfromNapalm.

A Ukrainian project analyzed 29 confirmed cases mobilized deaths within a month of appointment to the army. He also reminds that the Russian authorities, when announcing the mobilization on September 21, ensured that all conscripts would undergo appropriate training. Such – as experts point out – should last at least two months.

The Russian mediazona portal established data on 41 people who died (at the front, but also before reaching him, for example at training grounds) during the first month of “partial mobilization”.

On October 14, the independent portal Meduza provided exemplary information about the soldiers killed during the September mobilization.

  • 28-year-old Alexei Martynov from Moscow – appointed on September 23, died – October 10.
  • Nikita and Mikołaj from Moscow – mobilized on September 23. The first was killed on October 7, the second was wounded, and on October 10 he was taken to a military hospital in the Luhansk region. According to the account of the survivor, they did not receive training before being sent to the front.
  • Andrei Nikiforov, lawyer from St. Petersburg, he died on the front of Lisiczańskie on October 7. He was mobilized on September 25.
  • Five inhabitants of the Chelyabinsk region they died at the front until October 13 (then they were informed about their deaths). Mobilized at the end of September. They did not receive any training.
  • Yevgeny Bizayev from Krasnoturjinsk he died on October 10 in the Sverdlovsk region. Mobilized – September 28.

Analysts from the independent Russian investigative project Conflict Intelligence Team also estimate the “average life expectancy” of mobilized at about two weeks. They also point out that in recent days a large number of recordings of “mobics” who have been taken prisoner have appeared on social media.

And since there are many prisoners, it means that the number of killed is also large. How many there are exactly is unknown.
– Ruslan Lewijew from CIT noted.

An accelerated way to the front

Complete details on losses among mobilized The Russians do not publish, just as they did not inform about the deaths in the regular army before. Information in independent media is partial data that is determined, for example, on the basis of information from the front or publications about funerals. Some deaths were confirmed by the military completion commandsothers – relatives of the killed.

Before being sent to the front (both to the Kherson and Luhansk oblasts), according to the findings of journalists, the mobilized are sent to a training camp in Jankoy in the occupied Crimea, from where they are sent to the southern front, or to the Belgorod or Rostov oblasts, from where they go to the east of Ukraine . Some of them are transferred to Kherson from the Luhansk Oblast.

The reports reached by independent media show that the mobilized are unprepared to fight at the front and often do not know what to do, how to fight.

As experts point out, the situation of conscripts may differ in different regions and units. Some end up in training camps where they prepare to fight.

A Kremlin spokesman recently admitted that “there are problems” with the equipment of mobilized soldiers, but they will be “vigorously resolved”. Many publications appeared in the media that the mobilized ones had to buy warm clothes, sleeping bags or bulletproof vests themselves, and due to mobilization their prices in Russia increased significantly.

InformNapalm points out, however, that “Russian society goes to war against Ukraine en masse,” and in most cases conscripts humbly obey calls (even if they are contrary to the conditions announced by the authorities) to supplement orders, and then – orders.

When announcing the mobilization on September 21, Vladimir Putin and his defense minister Sergei Shoigu said that 300,000 would be called up. people. On October 14, Russia’s president announced that “it should be completed within two weeks.”

Analysts are very skeptical about this announcement and do not consider it binding. They point out that the so-called partial mobilization (which in many places took the form of manhunts and round-ups) was introduced by a decree (which contained neither figures nor dates) and therefore cannot be ended simply by a president’s statement, but also by a decree. As they estimate, in connection with the start of November 1 scheduled autumn conscription campaignmobilization may be put on hold for a while and then restarted again.

Source: Niezalezna.pl, PAP

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