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Ukraine uses long-range missiles secretly provided by U.S. to hit Russian-held areas, officials say

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By LOLITA C. BALDOR and TARA COPP

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Good stuff. Take out that Putin bridge once and for all.

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All of Crimea is now at risk. Seems like the vaunted S-400 air defense system is about as crap as the rest of the garbage Russia makes.

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Information about the delivery was kept so quiet that lawmakers and others in recent days have been demanding that the U.S. send the weapons — not knowing they were already in Ukraine.

I wonder how long the Kerch bridge will hold out.

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Seems like the vaunted S-400 air defense system is about as crap as the rest of the garbage Russia makes.

Yet that garbage keeps on taking out all the NATO "game changers". 

Did you read the article? NATO ballistic missiles hit a Russian airfield deep in Crimea protected by the “mighty” (stifles a snigger) S-400 BALLISTIC MISSILE defense system.

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Senior RMoD officials have announced the future buffer zone will have to be adjusted for the range of these missiles. That means it will be pushed back west a few hundred clicks.

Every action has an equal and opposite reaction.

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Seems like the vaunted S-400 air defense system is about as crap as the rest of the garbage Russia makes.

Yet that garbage keeps on taking out all the NATO "game changers". Them Russkies have some damn good washing machine chips and flying shovels apparently.

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John the US had all this and bag of chips,and it did not help the US in Afghanistan,if the US fail,how will Ukraine succeed any better

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This has been known for some time now. Hasn't moved the dial on the battlefront.

What is also known is the bridge is not as strategic as you think - almost all supplies and material is brought in via the land bridge (which is closer and more efficient and has rail links too).

Also, being the longest bridge in Europe, it will take a significant number of missiles to do any real damage. Basically, it would be more symbolic that strategic.

Those German officers recorded discussing a potential strike on it with Taurus missiles talked exactly about this.

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2020,did you get the memo Biden say Ukraine not gonna win

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