- Aug 21, 2003
Duck Hunt '23 graphics are pretty legit.
True, but there is some "deniable fuckery" he could do around Zaporichzhia that would cause a shit ton of devastion and death.The idea that there is some secret Russian force or arsenal kept in reserve at this point is contrary to all available evidence. We've seen maximum effort from them and we don't seem able to accept the stark reality that Russia is and was FAR weaker than we assessed.
Global Military Products Inc,* Tampa, Florida, was awarded an $118,375,740 firm-fixed-price contract for the purchase and delivery of Gepard 35 mm air defense systems. Bids were solicited via the internet with one received. Work will be performed in Amman, Jordan, with an estimated completion date of May 30, 2024. Fiscal 2010 Foreign Military Sales (Ukraine Security Assistance Initiative) funds in the amount of $118,375,740 were obligated at the time of the award. Army Contracting Command, Newark, New Jersey, is the contracting activity (W15QKN-23-C-0012).
The SBU detained a Russian "mole" in the ranks of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, who collected information about Western weapons and "hunted" for air defense
Hopefully Switzerland signs off on this quickly. Ukraine needs every weapon they can get.These tanks were purchased from Italy where they still remain. They were never moved to Switzerland. Dunno how you re-export ban something that was never imported in the first place.
They should just sell them back to Italy or something who will transfer to Germany.
Hopefully Switzerland signs off on this quickly. Ukraine needs every weapon they can get.
Probably buying it in a more official capacity so there's less fuckery going on once they end up in the field.Will be interesting to see what kind of services they've purchased. Pentagon probably views this as a good test case before they make any major commitment to the service for their own use.
While the story may be accurate, that looks like a residential apartment building or even a dorm on fire.Speaking of cross border problems in Russia....
Things continue to develop in... interesting ways.
If Russia must increase its focus on Belgorod, that could help soften their hold over Ukraine. Especially in the South where Ukraine needs to strike the most. Won't be Orc free, but it may reduce Russian flexibility to reinforce any fronts that break. "Russia go home and defend YOUR borders" is a great message. An ultimate ceasefire / peace deal may require blocking further attacks from originating in Ukraine, but I hear Georgia is a great place to visit.