The Tank is not Obsolete and Other Observations about the Future of Combat

The Tank is not Obsolete and Other Observations about the Future of Combat

 

“The available data from Ukraine, as well as the recent war in Nagorno-Karabakh, indicate that tanks are still critical in modern warfare and their vulnerabilities have been exaggerated. Russia’s heavy tank losses can be explained by employment mistakes, poor planning and preparation, insufficient infantry support, and Ukrainian artillery. The use of Javelins and other light anti-tank systems in Ukraine has not demonstrated that the tank is obsolete any more than the Sagger anti-tank guided missile did in the 1973 Yom Kippur War, as discussed by David Johnson in these pages.”

 

 

Creating Technological Parity With The ‘Modern Warfighter’

The last time I was out in Wyoming, K from Combat Studies Group and I had a lot to discuss over some quality Pendleton Rye- everything from the latest in electronic security options to (obviously) communications but we went down a deep rabbit hole on the importance of technological parity for Patriot Partisans; that is,…

Creating Technological Parity With The ‘Modern Warfighter’, by NC Scout — American Partisan

How to Hide from Drones: Lessons Learned in Modern War

HOW TO HIDE FROM DRONES: LESSONS LEARNED IN MODERN WAR

 

Some excellent information here.

Drones are going to be part and parcel of Modern Guerilla Warfare, so take notes.

Here is a post from the ARCHIVES as well.

 

Lessons from Grozny: Deadly Classroom for Urban Combat

H/T to WRSA

 

The Battle of Grozny: Deadly Classroom for Urban Combat

 

Death to the Drones

This Is How a Laser Weapon Torches Drones Out of the Sky

Being able to defend yourself against these little snoopy bastards will soon be a needed skill-set among the average civilian.

Of course if you can’t afford the laser, a 12 Gauge with #8 Birdshot will do. 👍😀

Stay Alert, Armed and Dangerous!