Lessons in Conventional Warfighting: Russia’s Invasion of Ukraine - Report Launch

calendarclock - GMT



Join our webinar for a discussion of the military lessons learned from the Russian invasion of Ukraine, as outlined in a new RUSI research report.

The full-scale Russian invasion of Ukraine which started on 24 February 2022 has provided an invaluable opportunity to assess the capabilities of the Russian armed forces, as well as study the implications of recent technological change on modern warfare. Many publicly available judgements on these issues have lacked supporting data, and public insight into Ukrainian operational planning and decision-making has been limited. To ensure that those drawing lessons from the conflict do so from a solid foundation, the authors of the new report will outline key lessons, based on the operational data accumulated by the Ukrainian General Staff from the fighting between February and July 2022.

The report seeks to provide an in-depth assessment of the Russian armed forces and their military campaign, as well as provide lessons for the British and other NATO militaries, with a particular focus on artillery, logistics, pervasive ISTAR and precision effects.

Authors Lieutenant General Mykhaylo Zabrodskyi, Oleksandr V Danylyuk, Dr Jack Watling and Nick Reynolds will summarise their findings and experiences.

How to attend

This event is open to all, and copies of the research report will be on general release soon thereafter. To take part, you must pre-register no later than 29 November using the ‘Register to attend’ button above. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

For any additional questions, please email Sabrina Downey, Events Director, at sabrinad@rusi.org.

Explore our related content