Russian Casualty Report: Day 738 of the Invasion of Ukraine

As of March 2, 2024, marking day 738 of the ongoing Russia-Ukraine conflict, the Russian military continues to face substantial losses on Ukrainian soil. This report, based on the latest summary from the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, provides an in-depth overview of these losses.

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Detailed Losses as of Day 738

Personnel: Approximately 415,640 Russian troops have been reported as casualties, an increase of 960 from the previous report.

Armored Combat Vehicles:

• Tanks: Total of 6,624 units, an increase of 14.

• Armored Personnel Vehicles (APVs): 12,611 units, with 29 additional losses.

• Artillery Systems: 10,153 units, 47 more since the last report.

• Multiple Launch Rocket Systems (MLRS): 1,003 units, an increase of 3.

• Anti-Aircraft Warfare Systems: 696 units, an increase of 5.

Aircraft and Aerial Assets:

• Aircraft: 346 units, an increase of 1.

• Helicopters: 325 units, unchanged.

• UAVs (Operational-Tactical Level): 7,829 units, an increase of 35.

• Cruise Missiles: 1,915 units, an increase of 3.

Naval Losses:

• Boats/Warships: 25 units, no change.

• Submarines: 1 unit, steady count.

Other Equipment:

• Special Equipment: 1,617 units, with an increase of 6.

• Vehicles and Fuel Tanks: 13,267 units, 61 more than the previous day.


The data from day 738 of the conflict highlights ongoing and significant losses sustained by the Russian military in terms of personnel and a wide array of military equipment. The figures underscore the persistent challenges and the considerable toll of the conflict on Russian forces.

As the conflict extends well into its third year, the sustained and extensive losses experienced by Russian forces underscore the protracted and severe nature of this military engagement. The high number of casualties and equipment losses reflect the enduring intensity and impact of the conflict.

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