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Short Talk: Big Picture Lessons from Ukraine

May 12, 2022 | Podcast, Short Talks | 0 comments

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Jim gives us a quick review of the key tactical and strategic lessons coming out of Ukraine, including things like the role of tanks in modern conflict, drones and airpower, and information warfare. Russia has been learning lots of lessons like: stay out of Ukraine!

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