I'm keeping this one short, for real. I say that a lot, but I've been injured and I'm tired and need to sleep. I'm only posting anything at all because communications have been spotty over the last few days, and Will asked that I share some information to alleviate confusion.
Yes, there was a strike yesterday by our forces on the UAS positions up and down the front line. Yes, we took losses, and no, we have no solid numbers on that. The fight went in our favor, but there is a lot of chaos and information is still coming in. So please stop flooding Will and his office (if you live here in Haven) or whoever your local leader is (if you don't) with requests. We're trying to sort through it all as fast and efficiently as possible. When we know and it's safe, you'll know too.
It can be said with certainty that the strikes achieved their primary goals at the least; the enemy camps have been disrupted to the point that construction is halted.
We've slowed them down for a bit. I'm starting to fall asleep at the desk. I'll fill you all in on the details of my injury and anything else I learn about today's attack in a few days.