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RUSSIA'S WAR IN UKRAINE DRAINING ITS MISSILE INVENTORY
Tuesday, June 28, 2022
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.Source: US DoD


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MOSCOW -- Russia's missile inventory is under pressure to meet the demands of its military operation in Ukraine. Moscow continues to expend tactical missiles in large numbers.

With progress on the ground slowed by Ukrainian resistance, Moscow has increased its use of tactical missile systems. Russian forces are pounding Ukrainian forces defending the cities of Lyschansak and Severodonetsk.

In its attacks, Russia's use of older weapons could be a possible sign of a dwindling inventory. The new AS-23A Kodiak, also known as the Kh-101, has been used in combat, along with the older AS-4 Kitchen (Kh-29).

Source:  Express
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Author: James Lee 

 
STARSTREAK SAM DOWNS MORE RUSSIAN AIRCRAFT
Tuesday, June 28, 2022
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LONDON -- British supplied missile are taking a growing toll on Russian combat aircraft. Recently, Ukrainian forces downed a Ka-52 Black Shark attack helicopter using a Starstreak surface-to-air missile (SAM). Kamov manufactures this helicopter. Thales UK builds the Starstreak missile system.

Ukrainian officials are urging its Western allies to provide more sophisticated air defense systems, including weapons that can defense against missile attacks.

Source:  Daily Mail
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Author: Lizzie May 

 
U.S. COULD PROVIDE MORE CAPABLE SAMS TO UKRAINE
Monday, June 27, 2022
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KYIV -- The Biden administration is preparing to provide more advanced, long- and short-range air defense systems to Ukraine. The Ukrainian government is seeking to acquire more powerful weapons to counter Russia's invasion, including more sophisticated air defense systems.

Ukraine could use more sophisticated air defense systems to protect its major cities and other locations from attacks by Russian combat aircraft and missiles.

No details are available on these weapons that the U.S. is willing to provide to Ukraine.

Source:  New York Post
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Author: Mark Moore 

 

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