Saturday, January 10, 2015

AAAS-report may show actual Russian August invasion force

The American Association of Advanced Science (AAAS) had published a report in June 2014 about Russian camps near the Ukrainian border, with the title "Satellite Imagery Assessment of the Crisis in Ukraine: Part Two: Border Deployments."

You can find it here.

In this report there is also a (partial) image of the Golovinka basecamp:

If only we had known of this report back then... :D

Anyways... This image is especially interesting, because it shows things not available on the current Google imagery of October 10th:

Why Google has blocked out a part like this (the greener area) is unclear, but sometimes they may cut out parts with clouds.

But also the June-image shows vehicles and a camp, abandoned on the October-image:

Where did they go?
To Ukraine of course...

The number of vehicles and size of this army is comparable with what could be seen in the 'invasion-video':

See this blog where I argue that the invasion-video likely has been filmed at the Golovinka-base.

This means that the vehicles in the June-image may actually EXACTLY be the ones seen in this video!

So here it is, the August-2014 invasion-force:

There are 418!! vehicles in this field alone:

Also see: Biggest Russian camp near Ukrainian border discovered.
Also see: extensive Russian camp and positions 3kms from border near Marinovka.

1 comment:

  1. Russian army based on coscript system - up to 50% are 18yo conscrips. It has 2 conscript terms (autumn and spring). So there are 2 maximums of combat readiness after army school for new soldiers - in February and August. February'14 was invasion to Crimea, August'14 - attack at eastern areas. Next major action would be in a month.


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