Ukraine Withdraws US Abrams Tanks from the Frontline?

Ukraine has opted to temporarily withdraw US Abrams M1A1 tanks from frontline combat due to increasing challenges posed by Russian drones, as reported by the Associated Press. The decision comes as Russian unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) have made it increasingly difficult for the tanks to operate without being detected or targeted immediately, according to two U.S. military officials.

Ukrainians focused on Avdeyevka? They sent Abrams in defense against Russians VIDEO

Pro-Ukraine sources on social media channels such as Twitter and Telegram hinted at this through a short, "unidentified" video.
According to the channel on Telegram, it is believed that the origin of the video comes from another American combat vehicle - the Bradley fighting vehicle.

Ukraine 2023: Who Lost The Battle, And Who Will Win The Great War?

We are steadily approaching the beginning of the third year of the war in Ukraine, referred to by the Russian side as a Special Military Operation. Up to this point, we have witnessed a duel between the best weapons and tactics of both Russia and the NATO alliance, unfortunately resulting in hundreds of thousands of fatal casualties on both sides.

On the verge of war with Russia: They are sending a new tank battalion

"Of course, this is another step towards the escalation of tensions, our Belarusian friends know what to do, they are doing everything necessary in this situation to ensure security," said Peskov, commenting on the statement by Polish Defense Minister Mariusz Blaszczak that he would send to the east of the country new tank battalion, Izvestia reports.

Romania's Defense Boost: Abrams Tank Deal Approved

In a significant move to bolster its defense capabilities, Romania has received approval from the US State Department for the acquisition of dozens of M1A2 Abrams main battle tanks. The deal, valued at around .53 billion, is pending final approval from Congress, marking a substantial step in Romania's efforts to enhance its military capabilities.

The Russians finally destroyed it: After 30 years VIDEO

As the London Guardian writes, the destruction of the Challenger 2 near Robotyne, in the Zaporizhizha region, is the first such incident in the last 30 years in which these tanks have been used in combat, the newspaper reported citing military experts.
Footage from the battlefield that circulated on social media last night shows the destruction of the British Challenger 2.

"Challenger 2" on fire VIDEO

Posts below the video on social media claim it is the first destroyed British Challenger 2 tank delivered to Ukraine.
"Challenger 2 on fire" can be seen at the very bottom of the video. It's very hard to tell from just a few seconds of footage if this is actually the Challenger 2.

"You will become a radioactive waste dump"

In the announcement of the Russian Embassy in London, the statement of the Deputy British Defense Minister James Heappey about sending weapons with depleted uranium to Ukraine is recalled. According to the embassy, Heappey's words show the ruthless policy of the Anglo-Saxons on the general escalation of the "conflict through intermediaries" that they initiated in Ukraine.

With support of armored personnel carriers, Russian BRO571 occupy Ukrainian positions

It is added that Russian fighters with the support of a T-72 tank and several BMP-3 combat vehicles launched an assault on the enemy fortification.
Information is being transmitted on social networks that it is "Ural", a mechanized unit that took part in occupying enemy positions.