#reconnaissance

  1. Ukrainian forces down 2 Russian UAVs in Odesa Oblast

    By Roman Petrenko On the afternoon of 6 April, the Defence Forces of Ukraine's South reported that combat work against Russian reconnaissance drones was ongoing over Odesa Oblast. Source: Defence Forces of Ukraine’s South on Telegram Details: The air-raid warning has not been issued
  2. Ukrainian forces stop Russian sabotage group in Sumy Oblast, 49 combat encounters occur in combat zone – General Staff

    By KATERYNA TYSHCHENKO Ukrainian troops stopped an attempt by a Russian sabotage and reconnaissance group to infiltrate the Ukrainian territory on 31 March. In total, 49 combat encounters occurred in the combat zone. Source: evening report of the General Staff of Ukraine Details: Th
  3. Beale AFB picked to host new battle management squadron

    By Courtney Mabeus-Brown Beale Air Force Base, California, will soon bring on a new mission to replace two fleets of reconnaissance aircraft that have defined the installation since the 1970s. The Air Force announced Tuesday that Beale will add a new battle management control squa
  4. Ukraine's Security Service detains Russian agent plotting to blow up railway in Kharkiv Oblast

    By Anastasia Protz Ukrainian law enforcement officers have arrested a saboteur who attempted to blow up the power lines of railway tracks and rolling stock near a junction station in Kharkiv Oblast. He had also provided the Russians with information on the placement of air defence
  5. Ukrainian military eliminates enemy EW unit Zhitel with HIMARS near Zaporizhzhia

    Ukrainian military destroyed an enemy electronic warfare system Zhitel on the Zaporizhzhya front, stated Special Operations Forces of the Armed Forces of Ukraine on Telegram on March 8. Під час ведення розвідки на Запорізькому напрямку оператори розвідувальних БПАК 3-го окремого п
  6. Reconnaissance Basement Geology and Tectonics of South Zealandia

    shared paper “ABSTRACT: {They] report new U-Pb zircon ages, geochemical and isotopic data for Mesozoic igneous rocks, and new seismic interpretations of mostly submerged South Zealandia (1.5 Mkm2). [They] use these data, along with existing geological and geophysical data sets, to
  7. Just finished my 94th Book Review of the Year!! I really liked this book, it's about a smaller campaign in WWII, with a focus on it's smallest part- but it was fascinating all the same. Author Jonathan Washington is a newcomer to Military History, coming from the self help and gui
  8. Just finished my 80th(!!) Book Review of the Year!! From the distances we would drive to see one of these birds and the look my dad would get walking around them, this , the PBY Catalina was one of my Father's favourite aircraft of WWII. I am pretty sure he had gotten a few rides
  9. Trip to Denver for Supplies - there was a #ThriftScore !! @arcthrift #WhatAreYouReading #BookReviews #19thCenturyHistory #MilitaryHistory #AmericanHistory #ConfederateHistory #AmericanCivilWar #ACW #WarBetweenTheStates #CavalryWarfare #MountedTroops #WargameResearch #UnionCavalry