Episode 136: Why Hasn’t Russia Established Air Superiority?
One of the defining features of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, has been the inability of the much larger and more advanced Russian Aerospace Forces to establish air superiority in the conflict. This surprised analysts and prompted a widespread reconsideration of the capabilities of the services’ capabilities as well as the potential threat it poses to NATO countries.
In this episode, CNA’s Julian Waller and RUSI’s Justin Bronk join John Stimpson, to examine the Russian Air Combat Operations during the Ukraine War and ask what lessons policy makers can learn from them.
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John Stimpson, Communications Associate