Mismatched Locomotives

I’m going to make this short and sweet, given that I’m still buried in paperwork. Here’s some food for thought for the day.

First up, Kamil Galeev, with further proof that’s he’s more on the ball than all the Western intelligence agencies combined. It is long, but well worth the read. I will admit, I’m one who missed the ’68 steal — I should have caught that.

Second, Trent Telenko makes an excellent point on targeting. The Ukraine would be stupid to go after thanks and such with the new drones. So far, they’ve avoided that. Let’s hope they continue to fight smart.

He also has a message for the flags in the Pentagon. It’s an old one. I once got to be a part of upgrading computers at a military installation, one that almost got someone courtmartialed. We pulled it off, and while we couldn’t get everyone up to what the corporate world was doing (had to do a bunch of it as non-PCs because of contract, at least we got rid of the 8″ floppy discs), it was a huge step up.

Chew on this food for thought for a bit. There is more to come.

Some Previous Posts:

Vladimir And The Ukraine

Answers, Ramblings, And A Bit More On Vladimir And The Ukraine

Your Must Read For The Day On Russia

The Puzzles In Play, And The Missing Pieces

Quick Thoughts On Ukraine/Putin

The Thing Behind The Curtain

Missing Pieces And Surprise Pieces

Thursday Update

Not A Lot To Add


Monday Update

Burn Notice

Accuracy, Reliability, And More

Putin, Trump, And The Coming Storm

Three Futures For Russia

Quick Thoughts

Saturday Update


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