Russian President Vladimir Putin fired a slew of generals earlier this week as Moscow continues to experience losses among its top officers and generals during its invasion of Ukraine.  Five top generals — Maj. Gens. Vasily Kukushkin, Alexander Laas, Andrey Lipilin, Alexander Udovenko and Yuri Instrankin — in addition to Police Colonel Emil Musin were fired by the Russian president on Monday, (…) But the development comes as officials have noted that Russia has suffered an unprecedented loss of top officers and generals. Chicago, Philadelphia, LA County record first monkeypox cases White House says kids under 5 could get COVID-19 vaccines by June 21 “In modern history, there is no situation comparable in terms of the deaths of generals. … Here, on the Russian side, in a two-month period, we’ve seen at least a dozen, if not more, Russian generals killed,” former supreme allied commander of NATO, Retired Adm. James Stavridis, told John Catsimatidis on WABC 770 AM in an interview early last month.  The United Kingdom’s defense ministry also noted that Russia had likely suffered serious losses of “mid and junior ranking officers” amid the ongoing conflict.

via TheHill: Putin fires five more generals: report

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