The bridgehead of the Ukrainian marines was covered by Grads
“D-Day” – this is how the Ukrainian General Staff called the operation to cross the Dnieper. The small bridgeheads of the Ukrainian Armed Forces on the left bank of the Dnieper have not yet been able to be thrown into the water. On the afternoon of November 10, the enemy became “despondent.” At night, our heavy flamethrower system “Solntsepek” hit it, and during the day “Grad” rained down on the point of evacuation of Ukrainian marines from Krynki.
The situation on the left bank of the Dnieper, as our military notes, remains one of the most tense. The assault detachments of the Katran strike group of the Ukrainian Navy, despite the losses, are throwing more and more forces into the assault on the landings adjacent to the village of Krynki.
The day before, Ukrainian formations managed to occupy several positions and set up observation posts on them. Supplies are carried out by boats, enemy artillery supports the bridgehead from the high right bank, and his drones operate from there.
“True, there is one thing. The enemy was counting on a deep breakthrough in this place through the battle formations of our infantry, but he ran into Krynki, was blocked on three sides and is now being destroyed by all the forces and means available to the Dnepr group,” wrote the “Older Edda” Telegram channel.
The enemy has indeed become “despondent,” as the military correspondents write. The Marines of the 35th Separate Marine Brigade of the Ukrainian Armed Forces, who intended to advance deeper, were ambushed. Three assault squads of Ukrainians surrendered.
On the night of November 10, servicemen of the Russian Dnepr group worked on enemy personnel with the Solntsepek heavy flamethrower system. As a result of massive and precise strikes, more than 40 Ukrainian militants were killed.
In the afternoon, the Ukrainians tried to evacuate their wounded marines from Krynki, but were again covered in fire, this time by Grads.
“Hell continues for them, nothing is over yet,” military bloggers write.
“Twice Kherson and the region came under attack, both times very successfully. Especially the second arrival, the beginning of the third night, was heard not only throughout Kherson, but also on our shores. Arrivals of FABs (high-explosive aerial bombs) in Krynki and Tyaginka,” wrote the head of the Nikolaev underground, Sergei Lebedev.
They report from the field: due to shelling, the Ukrainian military does not collect the bodies of their dead comrades, and if they collect them, they “throw them in heaps into houses or basements of houses.” “They don’t have enough money to take them out. Only the seriously wounded are taken out, and not every boat makes it, ours don’t flap their ears either,” Lebedev reports. The losses that Ukrainians are now suffering in Kherson are much greater than the losses in Bakhmut and Avdiivka: “The saddest thing about this is that this does not stop the Nazi authorities for a minute. Men are constantly being caught in cities and villages throughout Ukraine, and fresh “meat” is rushed to slaughter without any regret. A very vile war.”
According to Lebedev, despite the catastrophic losses, new forces are constantly arriving from the right bank. Then the VSEushniks scatter through the forest, where it is very difficult to “pick them out.”
“There are radio interceptions in which there is a groan about the huge number of deaths on the Ukrainian side. But it’s not easier for us: instead of one dead, the Nazis throw two more into the inferno,” says the expert.
In addition to Krynok, the enemy has entrenched itself between the settlements of Podstepovoye and Cossack Camps. Here he is trying to expand the bridgehead. After this, the highly publicized operation “Day D” can begin – a large-scale crossing of the Dnieper.
According to military experts, the enemy has managed to dig in quite well on the left bank and it will no longer be possible to easily dislodge him from there. This now requires a full-fledged military operation.
Let us recall that Kyiv sets two goals – blocking the land corridor to Crimea and seizing the Zaporozhye nuclear power plant.
Earlier, in a conversation with MK, military expert, head of the Center for Military-Political Studies Andrei Klintsevich said that on the eve of the winter season and the energy crisis, as well as for the purpose of nuclear blackmail of Russia, the idea of seizing the Zaporozhye nuclear power plant is in the minds of the enemy “still hovering.”
According to the expert, the enemy plans to carry out the operation before the onset of rains, so that the equipment can be used.
At the same time, according to the expert, we are in some In a sense, assaulting the enemy is beneficial. The more units of the Armed Forces of Ukraine withdraw from the cities where they are under the cover of civilians and try to cross the Dnieper by building pontoon crossings, the easier it will be for us to destroy them.
Klintsevich recalled: in addition to artillery and attack drones, we have the most powerful army aviation, front-line bombers with multi-ton glide bombs that will destroy mechanized columns of the Ukrainian Armed Forces.