Kh-101, S-300, and Iskanders. News reports on Ukraine are replete with names of missiles that Russia uses to strike Ukrainian cities. While Western military doctrines view missiles as deterrents against critical military targets, Russia uses them to terrorize civilians by striking at Ukraine’s critical infrastructure. Here is your comprehensive guide to what missiles Russia uses against Ukraine, whether it can replenish the stocks, and what is needed to stop the missile terror.
Russia has already launched over 4,700 missiles at Ukrainian cities ranging from Lviv to Kharkiv, Mykolaiv to Odesa. Here is a guide to their types Western military doctrines consider missiles as deterrents against critical military targets. Meanwhile, millions of Ukrainians are unable to meet their basic needs as Russia terrorizes Ukrainian cities with its diminishing but vast missile arsenal and destroys crucial civilian infrastructure. Ukraine urgently needs more anti-missile and anti-aircraft systems to deliver a military defeat to Russia and protect millions of civilians. [/editorial]
A long, drawn-out howl from the street – Ukrainians hear this harrowing sound almost daily. It signals an air raid alert which, in many cases, is followed by a Russian missile strike on Ukrainian cities. Nowadays, any loud sound outside is enough to make people shudder.
From Lviv to Kharkiv, Mykolayiv to Odesa, Russians have already fired more than 4,700 missiles at Ukrainian cities. This is nearly twice the amount Nazi Germany used in their notorious V2 attacks on London.