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Congress is bringing back the idea of a ‘limited’ nuclear war
“To me, it is all about deterrence. We need some capacity to be able to fill a deterrence gap. If we leave the gap, then we are at risk.”
What Russia’s capture of US vets means for Americans fighting in Ukraine
“There’s a price to be paid if you’re captured."
Russia strikes Kyiv, promises more attacks if U.S. supplies long-range missiles to Ukraine
The strike on the capital targeted Western-supplied tanks.
Ukrainian fighter calls US soldier for help fixing Javelin missile launcher
The Ukrainian soldier reportedly called back 30 minutes later to say he'd taken out a Russian military vehicle.
How Russia’s war with Ukraine has changed the face of military reconnaissance
When a war is about to start, a military must first understand the battlefield.
What to know about the ‘advanced rocket system’ the US is sending to Ukraine
Ukraine has promised not to attack Russian territory with HIMARS.
Why Ukraine is pleading with the US for rocket artillery
"You just don’t want to be slugging it out via tube artillery."
How I found meaning in Memorial Day over coffee with a Russian
No matter the war we honor the fallen just the same.
U.S. weighing whether or not to send new missile systems to Ukraine
Kyiv is asking for Multiple Launch Rocket Systems to help in fighting in the Donbas region.
How Ukraine is using artillery to stop Russian forces in their tracks
“The fight is really shaped by artillery in this phase.”
Ukraine is now using Russia’s own tanks against them
Ukraine pulled out the Uno reverse card.
Russian troops are proving that cell phones in war zones are a very bad idea
"If I can find you, I can target you."
The US may be using Ukraine as a blueprint for how Taiwan could stop a Chinese invasion
Missiles. Lots of missiles.
Russia actually isn’t as good at information warfare as everyone thought
Russian memes are working about as well as Russian tanks.
‘All species of Russian tank die’ in this genius parody video of a nature documentary
The circle of life.
Pentagon in damage control mode over report that US intel was used to kill Russian generals
“We do not provide intelligence on the location of senior military leaders on the battlefield or participate in the targeting decisions of the Ukrainian military."
What China is learning from Russia’s bungled invasion of Ukraine
"PLA strategists and planners can only be wondering, ‘why?’"
What is Phoenix Ghost, the secretive loitering munition the Pentagon is sending to Ukraine?
It’s only a matter of time before they go on the hunt.
‘The king of battle’ — How US artillery in the hands of Ukrainians may reshape the war with Russia
We’ve always called it ‘the king of battle'"
Ukrainian military confirms ‘The Ghost of Kyiv’ is made up
“The Ghost of Kyiv is alive and embodies a collective image," a Ukrainian military spokesman said.
These US soldiers left Ukraine when the war began. Now they’re training Ukrainians how to strike back.
US troops are teaching Ukrainians the fine art of artillery.
NATO fighter jets scrambled ‘multiple times’ this week in response to Russian aircraft
It's not the first time pilots had to intercept Russian planes.
For many Syrians, the Russian military’s brutality in Ukraine is all too familiar
Familiar with the horrors of Russian bombing campaigns, Syrians are showing solidarity with Ukrainian survivors.
The Pentagon is on the hunt for new weapons it can quickly get into Ukrainian hands
Anti-tank weapons and air defense missiles top the list
What this old Russian tank tells us about the invasion of Ukraine
"The Russian philosophy is ... you're either going to get to your objective or you're going to die trying."