In Denial About Denial: Why Ukraine’s Air Success Should Worry the West

WoTR In Denial About Denial Why Ukraines Air Success Should Worry West

Ukraine’s success in contesting the skies turns the West’s airpower paradigm on its head — it offers an alternative vision for pursuing airspace denial over air superiority. Despite having one of the largest and most technologically sophisticated air forces in the world, Russia has failed to establish air superiority over Ukraine. And many Western analysts are surprised and bewildered. But the puzzlement is a sign of military myopia more than anything else.

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