(…continued from Part 1…) Kherson During the Second World War, Allied mortars and artillery on the western front would regularly bombard the front lines and their observation planes would spot targets for artillery as far as 16 kilometers behind enemy lines. Allied fighter-bombers would regularly patrol the roads beyond, making movement very difficult during the daytime. There is a similar (but not identical) situation in Kherson. Ukraine does have air superiority over Russian drones, but they do not have air supremacy and Russian drones are still a threat. (One Russian report estimates there are three Ukrainian drones for each Russian drone). Another difference is that with thermal optics, it doesn’t matter if it’s night or day.
Why is not Kinburn split used to build a pontoon bridge? It is far from the Russia-occupied mainland thus the bridge should be defendable. Are there strong Russian fortifications across the split?
Is it possible to dig a tunnel under the Dnipro? A small one, like the tunnels drug cartels use to transport drugs across borders. Lay narrow-gauge rails and transport ammunition and everything needed. Make several tunnels, perhaps with multiple entrances/exits for each. Is this unrealistic?
People from Poland like ok, now we prepared enough, good time to recall old grievances and just block all cargos for country in war. Good job, Poland, well done