Cool video of the final trials of Ukrainian Neptune anti-shipping missile. Really cool shots of it being escorted by Su-27s at a sea level.

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On December 9th, 2019, 3 Ukrainian servicemen from the 14th Infantry Brigade were killed by an anti-personnel mine.

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Jr. Sergeant Andrey Voytovich (b. 1990)


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Jr. Sergeant Victor Prusskiy (b. 1970)

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Private 1st Class Sergey Sirota (b. 1997)
 
Tremendous blow to Ukrainians and once again the loss that hits very close to me, personally. On November 30th, 2019 during search and destroy operation against the Russian recon team, Ukrainian forces lost two senior officers, both Colonels in SBU ALFA CTU team, Denis Volochaev and Dmytro Kaplunov just 38 and 39 years respectively.

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Funeral of Dmytro Kaplunov His body along with sniper gear was recovered by the Russian forces who not only made spectacle of this event, but held on to the officer's body for a week before returning it to the Ukrainian side. Colonel's funeral in the capital was attended by thousands.

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Private 1st Class Vasyl Lisicin 28th Infantry brigade was killed on December 17th, 2019 during shelling of Ukrainian positions near Mariinka.

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Funeral of Vasyl. His death prompted a lot of questions. According to his squad mates he was killed by a sniper who was either using a child a shield or mannequin that looked like one. The order to open suppressible fire wasn't given and moments late Vasyl was killed.

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More sad news almost everyday...
fills me up with rage, anger and sadness

Given the outcome of Normandy meeting of December 9th, 2010, I thought that the conflict was heading into frozen state, but it appears it's heading for the "usual" New Year's flare-up. Prisoner exchange is also uncertain at this point, as according to the Russian media (!!!) several dozen collaborators preferred to serve their prison terms in full rather than to go back to the "Peoples republics"
 
Given the outcome of Normandy meeting of December 9th, 2010, I thought that the conflict was heading into frozen state, but it appears it's heading for the "usual" New Year's flare-up. Prisoner exchange is also uncertain at this point, as according to the Russian media (!!!) several dozen collaborators preferred to serve their prison terms in full rather than to go back to the "Peoples republics"
What is happening now in Ukraine is exactly what happened in Georgia in 1990s, Ukraine should not negotiate with Russians, in any way possible they should avoid it. Those damn "negotations" and ceasefire agreements in reason why Georgia is occupied by Russia. Russians do not negotiate, they only aim to capture as much recources and land as possible.


I dont want to turn it into discussion thread, so here are some pictures from my collection:
T-80 Tanks in Ukrainian service
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BTR-4s
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