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One of the problems with focusing on enemy cruise missiles flying over your head is the tendency to zoom in too closely on minute details of a specific section of the war map, an impact area, hopefully, where you are not physically present. This distracts you from the big picture, which shows how little the forward lines of own troops (FLOTs) have have changed in the past month — mostly not in Russia’s favor.
The New York Times mapped approximate areas of fighting in an article published on May 24, illustrating how much the war has shrunk.
The key to sleeping safely in Russia-occupied areas during Phase 3 (June, July, August, September, etc) will be snoozing in small groups at night. On the contact line, those at greater risk of being blown to smithereens nap less, on average, unless they can see in the dark, a capability Uncle Joe has promised to help provide.
Konrad thinks we’re winning the war, kind of, or at least holding our own for the last five weeks.