Munitions Found In Ukraine-Identified! Russia Has Been Hiding This A Secret!

Sun Tzu wrote: “All warfare is based in deception.” (‘’The Art of War.’’)

It’s the truth that will never go out of fashion, an observation from a Chinese strategist of the 6th c. BC.

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Now, this sentence perfectly describes the Russia and Ukraine scandal, especially the discovery of a dangerous example of deception in contemporary warfare.

Russia has been using ballistic missiles in military operations against Ukraine. These missiles can launch decoy munitions while carrying deadly payloads. However, the New York Times stated that this innovation made the Western Observers raise eyebrows.

In Ukraine, there have been identified 16-inch long, dart-shaped objects have been recovered in Ukraine. It was part of a decoy system that solved a mystery that has started after the invasion of Ukraine in February. The strange recovered munitions were puzzling, and it was shared in a Twitter post by CAT-UXO.

The UK Daily Mail reported that the missile decoys were identified in military jargon as ‘’penetration aids’’ or PENAIDs, and they were created during the Cold War.

The Drive, an automotive website with coverage of military matters, reported that PENAIDs were deployed on long-range missiles carrying nuclear warheads. They planned to overwhelm enemies’ air defenses with many threats, and the devices have better offs of striking their targets.

The Times reported: “The incorporation of the devices into weapons like the Iskander-M that have conventional warheads has not been previously documented in military arsenals.”

The Short-range weapons have a range of 310 miles, and the rockets are fired from mobile launchers, increasing their unpredictability. The Drive and the Daily Mail reported that Iskander-Ms were launched into Ukraine from the Russian-friendly country of Belarus.

Furthermore, the decoy launched when Iskander M detected air defense systems had targeted it. It was already hard to defend against because the missiles fly at a low trajectory. The PENAIDs add many ways for them to counter antimissile systems.

In the Daily Mail report, Michael Duitsman explained three ways PENAIDs can work:

As physical objects they clutter up radar, they can use glares to create hotspots for heat-seeking weapons. Also, electronically, they can transmit signals disrupting radar and many other electronics.

“’The Iskander-M PENAID does all three,” Duitsman said.

Professor Jeffrey Lewis is a non-proliferation expert at the James Martin Center, and he thinks he knows how the missile releases the decoy.

Lewis stated that he had given away a secret of its military abilities because the Russian military has to be aware that Western experts will study the missiles.

The Drive reported that Iskander-Ms could be fitted with nuclear warheads, and it would take only one missile into the Ukrainian conflict to result in a catastrophe.

However, Russian President Vladimir Putin has persisted with the invasion.


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