Weekly Frontline Update: Russian forces advance on eastern front, Ukraine takes out Russia’s warships and aircraft
After capturing the Ukrainian stronghold of Avdiivka in the Donetsk Oblast, Russia is preparing a new offensive on the southern front.
The second episode of Ukraine Talks delves into the motives and risks behind Russia’s plan to launch nuclear weapons into orbit, the strategic and political consequences of the Ukrainian troops’ retreat from the frontline town of Avdiivka, Navalny's death and US military aid to Ukraine.
Ukraine received and used the GLSDB, a bomb that can pierce reinforced concrete and has various guidance options, without announcing it, leaving the Russian forces stunned by the new weapon.
The Pentagon confirms that Ukraine will receive ground-launched rocket-propelled bombs, but doesn't confirm specific timelines due to "operation security reasons."
Ukraine will receive the first ground-launched small-diameter bombs with 150 km range on 31 January, per Politico sources. The US announced GLSDB supplies early last year, but the new weapon's testing lasted months.
The US has pushed delivery of new long-range rocket-propelled bombs to Ukraine, adapted to strike at 160km range…
The Pentagon unveils a $100 million security assistance package for Ukraine, featuring Stinger missiles, various munitions, and a HIMARS launcher, potentially prepping for Ground-Launched Small Diameter Bomb utilization.
Boeing and Saab are poised to supply Ukraine with GLSDB missiles and launcher starting this winter, according to a Boeing official. The missile boasts a 150 km range and carries a formidable 93 kg warhead.
A series of explosions in Russian-occupied Mariupol suggests that Ukraine has received capabilities for long-distance strikes. On 9:48,…
The US has announced two new military aid packages for Ukraine worth $2.175 billion in total. “Pursuant to…
The US is readying more than $2 billion worth of military aid for Ukraine that is expected to…