Great Britain: The capabilities of the Russian Black Sea Fleet have been significantly reduced after the explosions at the airbase

After this week’s explosions in occupied Crimea of Russia The aviation capabilities of the Black Sea Fleet are now significantly reduced. The incident is likely to force the Russian military to review its threat perception, as Crimea has until now been considered a safe rear area, according to the latest intelligence released by Britain’s Ministry … Read more

Putin fires commander of Russia’s Black Sea Fleet after bombings at Crimean airfield

Vladimir Putin’s visit to Iran on 19.07.2022. Photo: AFP/Scanpix/LETA Russian President Vladimir Putin has fired the commander of the Black Sea Fleet, Igor Osipov, following the bombings at the Saki military airfield in Crimea, Anton Herashchenko, an adviser to Ukraine’s interior minister, said on Thursday. Most read Fisherman: “such a unit of measure for firewood … Read more

Ukraine-Russia. Attack on an air base in Crimea. United Kingdom: Russia’s Black Sea Fleet weakened

As a result of the recent explosions at a Russian military airport in Crimea, at least five Su-24 and three Su-30 aircraft have been destroyed or seriously damaged. This significantly weakened the aviation of the Russian Black Sea Fleet, assessed the British Ministry of Defense on Friday in its daily intelligence update. Ukrainian Forbes estimated … Read more

Russian Hackers Fleet Attacks Lockheed Martin’s Giant US Weapon System

Thursday, 11 August 2022 – 01:01 WIB VIVA World – A group of actors hacker ‘hacker’ or hacktivist Russia on August 1, 2022 then announced that they had started and are carrying out hacking and data leaking operations against the company weapon large belonging to the United States (USA) Lockheed Martin. The weapons giant was … Read more

British intelligence: Russian Black Sea fleet weakened after latest attack

The latest losses include the sinking of the fleet’s flagship Moskva in April, Britain’s Ministry of Defense said in a daily tweet. “Following the reports of canceled parades, it is unlikely that the Black Sea Fleet is able to organize high-level public events and conduct military activities together,” the ministry says. Fighting between Russian and … Read more

A drone exploded near the headquarters of the Russian Black Sea Fleet in Sevastopol; six people were injured

On Sunday morning, a drone exploded near the headquarters of the Russian Black Sea Fleet in Sevastopol, injuring six people, announced the head of the annexed city, Mikhail Razvozhayev. Content will continue after the ad Advertising “An unidentified object flew into the yard of the fleet headquarters, according to preliminary data, it is a drone. … Read more

Wong begins implementation of delivery fleet with electric vehicles

In line with its commitment to integrate sustainability into its business strategy and operations, the supermarket chain Wong began the implementation of 65 vehicles based on electricity for the delivery of orders from its APP and its Wong.pe website. This new method of safe and efficient transportation reduces the company’s carbon footprint, as well as … Read more

Ukraine promises to sink Russia’s Black Sea fleet and reclaim Crimea

Russian warships in the Black Sea pose a constant threat to the southern part of the country, Ukrainian Deputy Defense Minister Volodymyr Havrylov told The Times during a visit to Great Britain. Russian ships regularly launch cruise missiles in the Black Sea that target Ukrainian infrastructure in the south. Due to Russia’s port blockade, Ukrainemoreover, … Read more

Boeing predicts further growth of the commercial aircraft fleet

Boeing Central Office. mons photo Forecasts by the US aviation industry mill show that the pandemic has not fundamentally changed the long-term growth prospects of commercial aviation, and by 2041 the number of aircraft used in the sector will increase by 82%. The concern predicts that over the next two decades, the total global fleet … Read more

Boeing expects the world’s commercial aircraft fleet to grow 82% by 2041

disclosed data published by Boeing group Saturday that Covid did not fundamentally change the long-term growth outlook for the commercial aviation sector, as the number of aircraft is expected to increase by 82%, by 2041. The annual forecast for commercial markets issued by “Boeing” stated that the company expects a global fleet of 47,080 aircraft … Read more