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The Ukrainian military used sea drones against Russian ships

| December 1, 2022 | 9 Comments
The Ukrainian military used sea drones against Russian ships

The Russian Navy may enjoy an upper hand over Ukraine while at sea, firing on Ukrainian targets from the Black Sea. However, this advantage has not stopped the Ukrainian military from using field expedient methods to chip away at Russia’s maritime advantage. In late October, they deployed unmanned naval craft to Sevastopol, home base to […]

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The Russian Army is preparing defensive positions on their side of Kherson Oblast

| November 30, 2022 | 7 Comments
The Russian Army is preparing defensive positions on their side of Kherson Oblast

Although the Ukrainian army pushed the Russian army out of Kherson Oblast on one side of the Dnipro, the Russians still maintain control on the other side. The Institute for The Study of War has made an assessment of the actions of the Russian army on their side of the river. Based on where the […]

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Boeing proposal to provide 100 mile strike weapon to Ukraine

| November 29, 2022 | 9 Comments
Boeing proposal to provide 100 mile strike weapon to Ukraine

Boeing provided a proposal to the Pentagon to supply the GLSDB to Ukraine. This is their “Ground-Launched Small Diameter Bomb” developed by Boeing Company and by SAAB AB. The U.S. and its western allies are seeing their stockpiles being depleted, so have looked at ways to efficiently continue to supply Ukraine. This is a proposed […]

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Drill Baby Drill!

| November 28, 2022 | 19 Comments
Drill Baby Drill!

Venezuelan President-For-Life Nicolas Maduro Another foreign policy triumph for Joe. Biden Administration Allows Chevron To Pump Oil In Venezuela Brian Bushard The Biden Administration granted a license to Chevron to resume oil production in Venezuela—easing sanctions imposed on the country in 2019 over corruption and human rights concerns—though a senior U.S. official is claiming it’s […]

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Russian soldiers resigning: Mercenaries or actual soldiers?

| November 21, 2022 | 21 Comments
Russian soldiers resigning: Mercenaries or actual soldiers?

A comment was posted on another thread about the concept of Russian soldiers resigning. Other commenters suggested that these were the mercenaries, such as the Wagner Group. A search on the internet for “Russian soldiers resigning” brought up some old articles that mentioned actual soldiers resigning. Newsweek reported Russian soldiers resigning in mass: Haidai said […]

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Europe nuclear power woes

| November 21, 2022 | 22 Comments
Europe nuclear power woes

The International Business Times reports that Russia is planning a 1938-Polish-radio type of attack on Belarus nuclear plants. One of the Russian army’s alleged targets is the Belarusian nuclear power plant “Ostrovets” in the Grodno region. Some infrastructure in Belarus’ Brest regions will also be targeted by the attack, according to a report from the […]

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Russian soldiers provide mundane details about the war in Ukraine and about the Russian Military

| November 20, 2022 | 56 Comments
Russian soldiers provide mundane details about the war in Ukraine and about the Russian Military

Communications between Russian soldiers and their families have left a lot of experiences and accounts available for intercept. Many of these intercepts have been packaged into videos with translations, then posted online. The chosen videos below provide a sample of the mundane experiences that individual soldiers relay to their families regarding how the war is […]

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Quick updates: Dem election spending against Reps, Poland missiles, Hunter update

| November 17, 2022 | 5 Comments
Quick updates: Dem election spending against Reps, Poland missiles, Hunter update

Remember a while back I mentioned the Democrats were funding third party and Republican second tier candidates to weaken the Republican primary candidates? Sort of like if they would have funded Ross Perot to steal voters from Bush in ’92? Well, it worked…and worked big. Banking that these far-rightcandidates would fail to capture the support of moderates and […]

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