Behind Enemy Lines, Scouts Help Ukrainians Execute Deadly Strikes

From a New York Times story by Michael Schwirtz and Marc Santora headlined “Behind Enemy Lines, Scouts Help Ukrainians Execute Deadly Strikes”:

While a lack of weapons, ammunition and equipment hampers the Ukrainian military, there are signs that a nascent partisan insurgency is growing in potency, allowing Ukrainian forces to deliver deadly strikes on Russian-controlled territory even in areas where it is dangerous and sometimes impossible to commit troops.

This week, partisan scouts working for Ukraine’s military behind enemy lines directed artillery attacks on two Russian bases in the occupied Kherson region that killed scores of enemy soldiers, according to a senior Ukrainian military official with knowledge of the attacks.