Tom Peters wrote: ↑
09 Nov 2022 02:42
peeved wrote: ↑
08 Nov 2022 16:17
For me e.g. Oryx would do nicely. I see no need to doubt UK or US government sources either if you happen to be privy to their combat loss analysis data.
Oryx is the generally accepted sourced, and a while back lostarmour agreed with oryx. I havnt looked at UAWeaponstracker yet.
I do check Oryx as a source, and lostarmour, they have a good forum, UAWeaponstracker is one of Oryx' sources.
Oryx is very pro-Ukraine, and you have to exhaustingly check every entry. For a small example, for 7.11 they say 5 T-72B3 destroyed, so you have to look at the 5 entries;
1 is from September and it's a blurry image of 'something' burning, no source, I didn't count it.
2 appears to be a tank on fire, no source, how can they tell it's a russian t-72b3?, even the caption says unknown tank, I didn't count it.
3 is a tank, they claim from 3.11, but it is burnt and has plants growing over it, clearly months old, I didn't count it.
4 is from July, I didn't count it.
5 is from June, I didn't count it.
They listed 23 russian tank losses for this day and presented it as if they were new, I checked all of them and only 2 were recent, 2 of the T-80s I counted.