Two days later, Yahoo! The News published an article arguing that recent attacks on Russian targets in Crimea were not the result of commandos carrying explosives, as Ukraine suggests. Instead, Yahoo said the blasts were the result of long-range missile strikes. Former US Special Forces Michael Weiss and James Rushton noted Ukraine does not have rockets with a range that would allow it to hit the Sagi airbase in Crimea – At least not with missiles that the US and its allies have publicly announced.
According to Weiss and Rushton, the US secretly sent the ATACMS tactical missile system to Ukraine. If this is true, it would be contrary to what the administration has publicly stated. In July, National Security Adviser Jack Sullivan told the Aspen Defense Forum that deploying these missiles would further provoke Russia and trigger World War III.
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Maybe it’s not ATACMS. Two people familiar with the topic told us today that America is back Excalibur Precision Guided Ammunition As for the August 19 arms package, the administration has not publicly announced it. And a document the administration sent to lawmakers on Friday that we’ve seen lists what’s included in the latest $775 million package, noting that going to Ukraine is “not limited” to what’s listed in the announcement.
We agree that this is all speculation. No government official has confirmed or suggested that weapons are being secretly shipped to Ukraine. Even so, there is no chance of him sharing such a decision with us. However, if the secret weapons theory is true, some experts favor a peaceful approach. – It’s good that the administration seems to be talking less and doing more about arms transfers. That’s good because it gives the Russians some uncertainty, says Tom Garago of the CSIS think tank in Washington.
Rumors are growing that the US is giving Ukraine more than it is letting on. We’ll do that to see if it’s a rumor or something real.
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