U.S. and NATO Scramble to Arm Ukraine and Refill Their Own Arsenals

In Ukraine, the kind of European war thought inconceivable is chewing up the modest stockpiles of artillery, ammunition and air defenses of what some in NATO call Europe’s “bonsai armies,” after the tiny Japanese trees. 

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Russian attacks leave Kyiv, other regions in the dark; Iran admits supplying drones to Russia: Ukraine updates

While the heavy fighting in Ukraine is concentrated in the east and south, the capital of Kyiv in the northcentral region and its surrounding areas are subjected to a different kind of assault —  one relying on suffering and disruption as weapons.

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Putin hammer blow: Ukraine ‘has killed 13,000 Russian soldiers this month’

Ukraine killed almost 13,000 Russian soldiers last month, the country’s defence ministry has claimed. Meanwhile the UK Ministry of Defence has suggested Russian President Vladimir Putin is becoming increasingly reliant on ill-trained, ill-equipped, raw recruits eight months into the war.

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U.S. Military Unprepared for Future Conflicts

For decades the strategy of the U.S. military was the ability to fight two wars simultaneously, but right now America would be hard pressed to be able to fight just one and as hard as this may be, the United States may even lose the next war if any conflict was fought today.

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Russia is making excuses for why it can’t stop US-made HIMARS from shredding its military in Ukraine

Russian forces have struggled to counter Ukraine’s use of US-made HIMARS rockets.

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Wokeness a Threat to U.S. National Security

The mission of the U.S. military is provide the military forces needed to deter war and ensure our nation’s security, unfortunately the armed forces of the United States have now been infected with woke ideologies instead of focusing on its core mission of warfighting.

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