So Far Russia Hasn’t Destroyed Even One Of Ukraine’s 39 HIMARS Rocket-Launchers—And Not For A Lack Of Trying

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The arrival of HIMARS in Ukraine compelled the Russians to get their act together. In the war’s second year, Russia’s artillery kill-chain got “more responsive and more flexible,” analysts Jack Watling and Nick Reynolds wrote for the Royal United Services Institute in London.