Russian Military Casualties Could Double US Toll in Vietnam

While exact numbers remain unconfirmed, it is believed that Russia’s military losses in Ukraine are double the number of U.S. servicemen who had died in Vietnam in one-tenth of the time.

In November, Army General Mark Milley, the U.S. Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, said about 100,000 Russians had been killed or wounded.

On Dec. 4, Ukraine’s Ministry of Defense said the Russian death total reached 91,500. The same day, the Institute for the Study of War, a Washington, D.C., think tank, noted that Russia was losing about 100 soldiers per day in the battle for Bakhmut. Serhi Cherevatyi, a spokesperson for the Ukrainian Eastern Group of Forces, said 50 Russia soldiers were being killed daily.

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