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The Russian invasion of Ukraine has been going on for almost a month. Millions of people are on the run and attacks on cities in Ukraine have likely claimed thousands of lives.
Warfare also has its own vocabulary and it can be difficult to understand all the different concepts. Here are some words to keep in mind:
Artillery: collective name for heavier firearms. Artillery is used to fire indirect fire, which means that you shoot at targets that cannot be seen. Cannons, rockets and grenade launchers are examples of artillery.
Rocket weapons: fired from moving ramps and may have guided or uncontrolled projectiles.
Robot: an unmanned military aircraft with its own propulsion. Sometimes also called a missile. It can be fired from planes, ships, vehicles and individual soldiers.
Ballistic robot: A robot whose main trajectory is a “free launch trajectory” (hence the name, like a ball). Movement is only affected by the earth’s gravitational force and aerodynamic forces. During the launch phase, the ballistic robot is accelerated by rockets in one or more passes at the desired speed and direction, but the site of impact is determined by the speed and direction of the robot after the initial phase.
Hypersonic robots: Hypersonic robots move at very high speeds and can maneuver in the air, making them more difficult to track and stop than other robots. Hypersonic speed means at least five times the speed of sound, called Mach 5. Robots can carry both conventional weapons and nuclear warheads.
Cruise robot: robotic weapon that travels at very low altitude, at high speed, and which sails towards its target. They are powered by jet engines, can handle a long range, and can be fired from the ground as well as from aircraft and ships (including submarines).
Air Defense: Weapon system designed to fight planes, helicopters, or other air strikes.
Armored Defense: Weapon systems specially adapted to fight and hit armored vehicles.
Notification: Intelligence information is processed and evaluated information that provides information on the situation and intentions of the other party. The information becomes a notification only after it has been processed and evaluated.
Armored Vehicles: Armored vehicles are an umbrella term for all armored combat vehicles with the exception of tanks, such as tracked and off-road vehicles or some troop transport vehicles.
Tank: An armored and armored tracked vehicle. The tank must be capable of being driven both on the ground and on the road and must be capable of being deployed against both protected and unprotected moving or fixed targets on the ground.
Bomb: Defined as a container with explosives used as a projectile. Nowadays, bombs are dropped almost exclusively from planes. Bombs can have various functions, such as explosive bombs, incendiary bombs, gas bombs, or light bombs.
Source: Defense, NE
Published: March 20, 2022 at 10.52