Alright, since there are no confirmed news from the front, and the thread is slow. I'm gonna throw you some numbers. Post taken from pro Russian telegram channel.
>I will answer the question, will we limit ourselves to one wave of mobilization? Front line 1000 km. If one battalion occupies a defense area of 3 X 5 km, and we, so be it, will deploy it in 5 X 3, then it is necessary to keep it in the first line. Total 200 battalions. Multiply by 500 people. 100,000 people in the first echelon. Given the strength of the enemy - the same number in the second. A total of 200,000. And also artillery, support, reconnaissance, rear services, and so on. Another 100,000! Total, front - 300,000.
>To advance, you need to have at least two more strike groups - that's another 200,000. >Total: 500,000
>It is necessary to form reserves non-stop. For such a grouping, this is still at least 200,000.
>It is worth remembering that at least 20% of the troops on the front line must be on rotation.
>That's another 150,000.
>In total, only the army involved at the front is at least 850,000. Well, I think this is the way I was taught in my native LVVPU.
>With the current conscription, we will have about half of this number under arms. So consider how many more reservists we need.
>A little bit, with the next wave of mobilization, those who will now go into reserve will be able to help us. This is approximately 80,000 - 90,000 who served in the SuhVo or are fit for service in them. And the rest, my friends, it will be you and me. So my good advice. While there is time, prepare your "alarm" backpack. Warm underwear, protective equipment, first aid kits and other military "shnyaga". I think so!
fucking hell, I hate reformatting posts from telegram