Report on Javelins and Stingers from the Ukrainian Front



Operation Disclosure | By David Lifschultz, Contributing Writer

Submitted on April 18, 2022



Author says Javelin may end tank warfare as it is known now. What that means that the Russians will have to work on a form of deterrence by capturing one if that is accurate. In the meantime, instead of tanks leading the way the ground troops will have to around them as they advance to protect them. This is not an unusual problem as the Americans and Russians had the same problem at the end of World War Two with the Panzerfaust.

When used against tanks, the Panzerfaust had an impressive beyond-armour effect. Compared to the bazooka and the Panzerschreck, it made a larger hole and produced massive spalling that killed or injured (via burns and shrapnel) the crew and destroyed equipment.In the Battle of Normandy, only 6% of British tank losses were from Panzerfaust fire despite the close-range combat in the thick bocage landscape. However, the threat from the Panzerfaust forced Allied tank forces to wait for infantry support before advancing. The portion of British tanks taken out of action by Panzerfäuste later rose to 34%, a rise probably explained by the lack of German anti-tank guns late in the war and the increased numbers of Panzerfäuste that were available to defending German troops.[12]

In urban combat later in the war in eastern Germany, about 70% of tanks destroyed were hit by Panzerfäuste or Panzerschrecks. Soviet and Western Allied tank crews modified their tanks in the field so as to provide some kind of protection against Panzerfaust attacks. These included logs, sandbags, track links, concrete and wire mesh, along with bed frames with springs (bedsprings), similar to expanded metal-type German tank sideskirts. In practice, about 1 metre of air gap was required to substantially reduce the penetrating capability of the warhead, thus sideskirts and sandbags, along with other improvised armor, were virtually entirely ineffective against both the Panzerschreck and Panzerfaust. Moreover, the added weight from such add-on armor overburdened the vehicle’s engine, transmission and suspension systems.[13]

Later on, each Soviet heavy tank (IS) and assault gun (ISU-152company were assigned a platoon of infantry in urban battles to protect them from such infantry-wielded anti-tank weapons, often supported by flamethrowers. This order remained intact even during 1950s and the Hungarian Revolution of 1956.[13][14][15]




What you and everyone else fail to understand is that the javelin missiles Ukraine is depending on. At best the US government can manufacture 2100 of them per year. It’s been more than a decade since we’ve produced 2100 in a single year. The 2022 budget originally had provisions for buying/building 290 of them. Compared to 2021 that’s also almost a 3x increase. The number of javelins we’ve already given to Ukraine represented 1/7th of all Javelin Missiles made in series production. If people like you actually understood the true implications of this statement you’d be horrified and extremely angry at how irresponsible dangerous and foolish it was for the government to do this.

You know the stinger missiles we supplied to Ukraine? Do you know how much it costs to replace one of those? Now this is a trick question because you can replace them for any price currently. They’ve been entirely out of production since the early 2000’s. At best we might be able to restart production in 24-48 months.

Nothing said about the switchblade loitering munition.

AeroVironment Switchblade – Wikipedia

Militaries may be walking soon. Scroll down.

The key weapons are today missiles that can knock out all EU-NATO ports and air fields. They can also hit ships from submarines. If Russia knocks out the EU ports and airfields, and ends exports of oil and natural gas to Europe. then NATO perishes. Here is a typical ratio of energy to GDP:

For Germany, the same type of commodities leverage exists in terms of all the commodities it gets from the G -SIB of commodities – the Russian Federation. For Germany, $27 billion worth of commodity imports (mainly energy imports) supports a whopping $2 trillion worth of economic activity! Commodities leverage can wreak havoc on not just financial and price stability, but also economic stability.




The Gross Domestic Product (GDP) in Germany was worth 3846.41 billion US dollars in 2020, according to official data from the World Bank. The GDP value of Germany represents 3.40 percent of the world economy.

We are not even talking about the Straits of Hormuz which would completely destroy the world financial system. If Russia allied to Iran shuts down the Straits, and ends exports of oil and natural gas except to China, and India, the 2.5 quadrillion derivative market implodes exploding the western banking systems forcing as Henry Kaufman told me the nationalization of all banks. The world economy is standing on fragile pillars.

There are other problems to worry about aside from a nuclear war.

Will the Straits of Hormuz be Closed?

The Straits of Hormuz as a Trigger to World Depression

David Lifschultz


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