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What this picture of Moscow army tells you ?

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What this picture of Moscow army tells you ?​



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That 40 mile convoy is such a sitting duck if someone decided to hit it with air strikes.
 

What this picture of Moscow army tells you ?​



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It's bridge making equipment. The logs in front are for temporary "corduroy roads" to navigate areas with particularly poor or swampy soil, and in this case likely to make the transition to/from their actual bridging pontoons.
 
What this picture of Moscow army tells you ?

That they are doing what every army has done since armored vehicles were developed for combat. Improvising solutions that the developers never thought of.

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The M113 was so vulnerable to mines that in Vietnam most of the crew and passengers rode on the roof, on top of sandbags. Rather facing snipers than risk being inside if it hit a mine.

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It's bridge making equipment. The logs in front are for temporary "corduroy roads" to navigate areas with particularly poor or swampy soil, and in this case likely to make the transition to/from their actual bridging pontoons.

They're very concerned about ambushes.

That they are doing what every army has done since armored vehicles were developed for combat. Improvising solutions that the developers never thought of.





The M113 was so vulnerable to mines that in Vietnam most of the crew and passengers rode on the roof, on top of sandbags. Rather facing snipers than risk being inside if it hit a mine.
looks like nothing works well for the barbaric occupiers ....




 
a pro moscow lie

Oh don't even go there! I have lost friends to attacks on convoys in Iraq and Afghanistan. So do not even dare try to play your stupid little games and try to spin it into something else.

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You are just a lame keyboard warrior, that screams that anything you do not like is a lie and propaganda.

Well, if you were so tough you would log off and march yourself down to Ukraine. But you are like most worthless keyboard warriors, all talk and nothing else.

Be gone with you.
 
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