Russia’s underperforming military capability may be the key to its downfall.


Despite having more weaponry, Russian forces have been unable to fully realize their potential and now face an uphill battle to once again have the upper hand over Ukraine.

If the technology, weapons, and size of units are the only factors considered, Russian ground forces in Ukraine constitute a significant danger in a number of areas. Although it will take time and dirty warfare to destroy the Russian military, it is actually quite doubtful that it can turn around from its highly terminal track on the battlefield. The acronym DOTMLPF is used by the US to evaluate military capacity and potential. It stands for doctrine, organization, instruction, resources, management, human resources, and resources. These categories help to explain why the Russian military is not operating at its full potential and is having a difficult time regenerating.
Russian doctrine, which describes how the army should fight, is concise, precise, and conceptually well-organized. It frequently advances western military thought greatly. Due to the fact that they would succeed if they carried out the higher military commands, this presents a methodological difficulty for the Russian operations assessments. Though it happens very infrequently, practice rarely follows theory.
Russian products are often well-made and thoughtfully designed. The Orlan-10, for instance, is the main drone flown by the troops. It is inexpensive and simple to use. Although it is not sophisticated, it flies at a high altitude so that it can be hit by short-range air defenses and provides a sufficient perspective of the battlefield. The material’s flaw is that while it is made to do one task well, having numerous systems running at once makes maintenance challenging.

The Russian military was created to engage in brief, intense conflicts. It is too tiny, its units lack the logistical capability, and its equipment is not well suited to a protracted war in the absence of full national mobilization.
Leadership and education are two of the biggest areas where the Russian military falls short. The administration is tyrannical and violent. Due to its rapidly aging population, Russia likewise lacks youthful recruits. Because of their low level of life, the troops tend to be severely unmotivated, unfamiliar with contemporary technologies, ineffective team players, and unwilling to risk their lives for one another.
Lack of training is another major issue with the Russian military. Second, because the soldiers’ training is so task-specific, they lack situational awareness, are rigid, and fail to complete one another’s tasks. Most training is done in groups called units. There is practically little opportunity to train new recruits before deploying them to battle because the units are in Ukraine.

Lack of training is another major issue with the Russian military. Second, because the soldiers’ training is so task-specific, they lack situational awareness, are rigid, and fail to complete one another’s tasks. Most training is done in groups called units. There is practically little opportunity to train new recruits before deploying them to battle because the units are in Ukraine.

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By: Miss Cherry May Timbol – Independent Reporter

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