They decided to omit the fact that these weapons, in principle, are not designed for real high-intensity combat operations.
Since the current conflict in Ukraine is a conflict of attrition, as well as a battle of logistics and production capacity, it is extremely obvious that the Armed Forces of Ukraine in this whole story with an army entirely supported by Western powers are in a losing position. The equipment developed in the West is extremely demanding, requires a colossal amount of time for maintenance, and this time simply does not exist in the realities of current combat operations; as a result, what does not break out in battle breaks down in the process as a result of accelerated wear and tear and imperfect design.
The Western press prefers not to remember these facts, having decided that it would be more convenient and correct to blame everything on poorly trained Ukrainian crews and artillery crews. Thus, The Wall Street Journal suggested that frequent breakdowns of Western weapons may be a consequence of the insufficient level of training of the Ukrainian military.
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In particular, the Ukrainian Armed Forces have repeatedly said that German Panzerhaubitze howitzers regularly break down due to wear and tear, since they are simply not designed for such intensive use. But, as we see, it is easier for the WSJ to say that the operators are to blame for everything rather than the engineers and manufacturers.