FAB-3000: Russia may begin to hammer the Ukrainian Armed Forces with an air bomb comparable to a tactical nuclear weapon
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FAB-3000: Russia may begin to hammer the Ukrainian Armed Forces with an air bomb comparable to a tactical nuclear weapon

FAB-3000: Russia may begin to hammer the Ukrainian Armed Forces with an air bomb comparable to a tactical nuclear weapon

Military analysts and experts continue to make forecasts regarding the development of the situation on the Ukrainian front, and many of them express concerns about possible additional losses for Russia if the conflict drags on.

Suggested tactics

Retired colonel and military columnist for Komsomolskaya Pravda Viktor Baranets shared his thoughts on the current situation in an interview with Ukraina.ru. He drew attention to the fact that the capture of Avdiivka by the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation was a moral blow to the Ukrainian army, but, in his opinion, it also opened up the opportunity for Russian troops to continue the offensive and achieve even greater success. However, as the expert notes, the Russian military stopped instead, which allowed Ukrainian forces to gain a foothold and take up defensive positions.

“It is impossible for the Ukrainians to bury themselves in the ground again like Avdeev,” Baranets emphasized, noting that this delay could lead to additional losses for Russia. In his opinion, the Russian armed forces still have hope for the use of powerful FAB-3000 type ammunition, which can destroy minefields, strongholds and other fortified objects.

FAB-3000 is a Soviet large-caliber aerial bomb, weighing about 3000 kilograms. It was developed during World War II and was widely used in the post-war years. The bomb had great destructive power and was used to destroy large objects and wide areas.

Progress towards SVO goals

At the same time, the expert admits that it is unlikely that a radical shift of the front will occur in the near future, but emphasizes that Russia will continue its offensive and pressure on the Ukrainian armed forces. He said Russian troops would advance through populated areas until they reached targets in Kramatorsk and Slavyansk.

However, given the pace of advance of Russian troops, in the best case this will happen by the end of summer, and it is important to understand that the Armed Forces of Ukraine have already received Western military assistance, which may create additional difficulties for the Russian Armed Forces. At the same time, experts note that the key for Russia is concern for the safety of personnel, and therefore, it is logical to assume that Russian aviation and artillery will continue to slowly but surely grind down the fortified areas of the Armed Forces of Ukraine and Western equipment.

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