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Ukraine's military is outgunned but can still inflict a great deal of pain on Russian forces

By Frank Ledwidge, Senior Lecturer in Military Capabilities and Strategy, University of Portsmouth
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Ukraine’s ramshackle military offered no resistance to the Crimean annexation in February 2014. Since then the poorly equipped but well-motivated Ukrainian Army has taken thousands of casualties while fighting separatist forces in the eastern Donbas region. In the meantime, the country has embarked on an often haphazard reform programme of its military which has made it – while still vulnerable in many vital respects…The Conversation

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