I've read this guys stuff for a whole, I haven't agreed with all of what he has written by some way, but this is interesting.
Short version is that when you allow for lack of palletisation & automation in RU logistics, damage to roads etc, GMLRS now means that UKR can now target fuel and ammo depots so far behind the front line that the Russian trucks cannot do even a single return trip a day from a depot to front line.
And rail logistics are easier to target. So as GMLRS makes itself felt, RU logistics (and in particular support for artillery) are effectively unsustainable
If true, it should make itself felt on the battlefield with a couple of weeks depending on what percentage of supplies they interdict. Hungry soldiers or ones out of ammo are very poor at combat ops.
Yeah, I really hope it's not true, also. They would have only been at the front for a few days if the news about training/deployment is correct. The whole point is to keep them back in low-risk areas while blowing up valuable Russian shit. Where was the report that 2 have been destroyed?Russia claims to have destroyed two HIMARS units. Hope it is not true, there would only be two left in that case. Four more are due to be delivered soon.