Alexander Savchuk, the group’s head of the press center, informed Russian state news agency RIA Novosti that troops from the Russian military unit “Center” along the frontlines of the Avdiivka region of Donbas had evacuated the first M1 Abrams tank supplied by the United States.

As of right now, the tank has been effectively removed from the front by the warriors of the “Center” group. Everyone will soon be able to view it at the Poklonnaya Hill display,” he stated. The Avdiivka evacuation is important since there was a heavy combat there recently that resulted in multiple Abrams casualties.
According to the source, in mid-April, a German Leopard-2 MBT was also removed from Avdiivka. Earlier this week, the M1150 Shredder, an allegedly Abrams-based engineering machine, had its damaged engineering machine removed by Central Military District personnel.
An exhibition showcasing a variety of weaponry and military hardware taken by the Russian troops in Ukraine will feature all of the equipment that was taken prisoner.

Opening on May 1st, the exhibition will take place in Moscow’s Victory Park on Poklonnaya Gora and last for one month. It will give guests a rare chance to see a variety of military armaments from other countries.
More than thirty specimens of military weaponry manufactured in the US, UK, Germany, France, Turkey, Sweden, Czech Republic, South Africa, Finland, Australia, Austria, and Ukraine will be on display.
In addition to the Leopard described before, Russian media reports state that visitors will have the opportunity to become acquainted with the German Marder IFV, the American Bradley IFV, the Swedish CV90 IFV, and the French AMX-10RC armored combat vehicle.

On the square in front of the Victory Museum, the “war trophies” will be prominently displayed. They will be arranged into themed zones with educational stands offering background information and specifics about each item. There will be equipment, maps, combat reports, small guns from other military, ideological literature, and large vehicles on exhibit.
It is important to include Abrams in this exhibition with its contemporaries since it embodies the most recent military achievements made by Russia. Russian forces have reportedly damaged at least three Ukrainian tanks and destroyed five Abrams in less than two months. The Russians responded by mocking the Abrams’ invincibility and referring to them as “empty tin cans.”

After losing the US-supplied Abrams tanks to Russian drone strikes, Ukraine has withdrew them from combat. This heightens the symbolic significance of Russia’s withdrawal of Abrams from the combat zone.
The vice chairman of the US Joint Chiefs of Staff, Christopher Grady, stated last week that “there isn’t open ground that you can just drive across without fear of detection” due to the widespread use of drones. He did, however, add that the US and Ukraine will figure out how to use the Abrams most efficiently and that they remained vital. “There’s a method to it,” Grady underlined.

When the United States shipped the Abrams MBTs to Ukraine last year, Russia retaliated angrily, promising to destroy the tanks completely. First Person View (FPV) drones were to be used in an elaborate mission by Russian troops to destroy Abrams, according to a recent story in the EurAsian Times.
The Ukrainians are alarmed by the destruction of these pricey MBTs by disposable, low-cost drones, especially since their supply of these tanks is finite.
The Russian military has effectively disproved the notion that Western weapons are superior, according to remarks made lately by Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu. He continued by saying that despite being outnumbered and outgunned by Ukrainian forces, Russian forces are currently in control of the front line and are pushing forward without stopping.

He said, “We can fire on the enemy nonstop because of our high combat potential, which keeps them from holding defensive positions.”
Russia could examine the battle-hardened tank if the Abrams were taken. According to military specialists, Russia will utilize the equipment it has taken over to study military secrets and conduct reverse engineering.
Russia’s state-owned armaments company announced earlier this month that it was creating a new range of improved tank rounds by analyzing captured Western armored vehicles.

According to reports, Russia’s state-owned defense company, Rostec, with its headquarters in Moscow, has made the decision to manufacture new ammunition to counter the tanks that Russia’s enemies have built. “Rostec is going to develop new ammunition that will require zero effort on their part,” stated Bekhan Ozdoev, the industrial director of the state corporation of Russia.

It is standard practice to analyze the equipment recovered from the combat zone before creating countermeasures. The head of Rostec noted that, should the enemy want to use them, the Russians could quickly produce tank shells that could penetrate these tanks and armored vehicles if they were to take possession of this cutting-edge Western military hardware.
As of right moment, Russia’s belief that Ukraine cannot defeat Russia with these weapons and the fact that further military aid is on the way make the display and parading of captured Abrams tanks seem symbolic.


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