One base to rule them all – five facts you should know about Russia’s main invasion hub

January 9, 2015 § Leave a comment

Added as a note to self and constant reminder that mainstream media and diplomacy has failed yet again in providing rudimentary facts about Russian aggression in Ukraine. This is well worth your read and comes highly recommended.

Conflict Report

On January 6, the never resting discovered that the latest updated Google Earth satellite images revealed / included the base, many people knew about, but nobody could ever locate due to Russian army security measure to not leak meaningful footage of it and the lack of recent satellite footage from the area.

The Russian invasion, that started in April 2014 and continues to that very day includes hundreds of tanks, apcs, MLRS and other vehicles as well as thousands of shells, missiles and last but not least tens of thousands of Russian army personal as well as Russian army-trained “volunteers” or rather paid mercenaries / invasion troops. Such invasion can not be planned and organized from Moscow alone or via regular army bases, which are either too far away from the Ukrainian border or by far not large enough to handle the logistics necessary for such an operation…

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