Why Experts Are Growing Alarmed About Ukraine's Air Defences

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If stockpiles do run critically low, that gives [Russian planes] much more freedom to operate over the front lines,” says Sidharth Kaushal, a research fellow at the military sciences team at the Royal United Services Institute. ... “The Ukrainian air defence network is still one that’s predominantly comprised of Russian/Soviet made capabilities but with some Western additions as the war has gone on,” Kaushal says.