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    Quote Originally Posted by Caldrion Dosto View Post
    Crimea is now cut of from power grid "someone" blew up a power pylon. Also water is not working.
    In response to cutoff of electricity to Crimea, Russia announces plans to install the underwater power cable from Rostov to Crimea. Project is estimated to be completed by 2020.



    Edit: Project cost: 47,302,760,000.00 rubles
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    By next year, that many rubles will be worth approx 13 quid.

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    Quote Originally Posted by El Capitano View Post
    By next year, that many rubles will be worth approx 13 quid.
    Nah, it's still 65 rubles to the dollar, so the cost will be $717 million. Whether they have the money to do so and whether they can acquire the equipment necessary to do so due to sanctions is not known.
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    With electricity cut off, Crimea directs little remaining energy to the most essential needs:


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    putin the p in priorities

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    Ukraine closes its airspace to all Russian planes.

    "The Ukrainian government has decided to ban all transit flights for all Russian airlines in Ukraine's airspace," said Mr Yatsenyuk.

    "The government is instructing [aviation authority] Ukraerorukh, in line with the norms of international law, to inform the Russian Federation that Russian airlines and Russian aircraft do not have the right to use Ukraine's airspace any longer."
    http://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-34920207

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    Last edited by Don Rumata; November 25 2015 at 04:22:47 PM.

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    Ukraine returned B-4 weapon to service. Hello from 1930s.
    Damn it, and what type of shells they will be using? The ones that are older than crew's grandfathers?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Candy Crush View Post
    Ukraine returned B-4 weapon to service. Hello from 1930s.
    Damn it, and what type of shells they will be using? The ones that are older than crew's grandfathers?

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    Ukrainian Nazis and Turkish Islamo-Fascists finally reveal their true colors: Turkish production company HACI Production makes a promotional video for Ukrainian military.


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    BTW, for all the armchair generals out there.

    Combat Mission: Black Sea

    The same company that made the old combat mission games has one set in Ukraine in 2017 following a Russian invasion. It's pretty fun, though potato graphics.

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    Meanwhile, in Crimea:

    "Remain patient! Electricity will be eventually restored! Everyone is ordered to take a vacation!"

    Last edited by Don Rumata; November 28 2015 at 08:31:21 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by I Legionnaire View Post
    BTW, for all the armchair generals out there.

    Combat Mission: Black Sea

    The same company that made the old combat mission games has one set in Ukraine in 2017 following a Russian invasion. It's pretty fun, though potato graphics.
    Not worth $55 though!

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    Quote Originally Posted by helgur View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by I Legionnaire View Post
    BTW, for all the armchair generals out there.

    Combat Mission: Black Sea

    The same company that made the old combat mission games has one set in Ukraine in 2017 following a Russian invasion. It's pretty fun, though potato graphics.
    Not worth $55 though!
    Compared to battlefieldwars 6, it absolutely is. I'm still playing the first combat mission games. Black Sea is great.
    meh

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    Quote Originally Posted by erichkknaar View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by helgur View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by I Legionnaire View Post
    BTW, for all the armchair generals out there.

    Combat Mission: Black Sea

    The same company that made the old combat mission games has one set in Ukraine in 2017 following a Russian invasion. It's pretty fun, though potato graphics.
    Not worth $55 though!
    Compared to battlefieldwars 6, it absolutely is. I'm still playing the first combat mission games. Black Sea is great.
    Having watched a couple of yt videos of it I must say I maybe spoke a bit prematurely. Don't judge a dog by its hairs

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    Quote Originally Posted by helgur View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by erichkknaar View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by helgur View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by I Legionnaire View Post
    BTW, for all the armchair generals out there.

    Combat Mission: Black Sea

    The same company that made the old combat mission games has one set in Ukraine in 2017 following a Russian invasion. It's pretty fun, though potato graphics.
    Not worth $55 though!
    Compared to battlefieldwars 6, it absolutely is. I'm still playing the first combat mission games. Black Sea is great.
    Having watched a couple of yt videos of it I must say I maybe spoke a bit prematurely. Don't judge a dog by its hairs
    unless it's the hairs on its rear.

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    Russian Parliament considers using nuclear submarines to supply Crimea with electricity.

    "The use of nuclear and diesel submarines will completely satisfy the peninsula's demand for electricity. There is an initiative, it will be considered promptly."
    http://flashcrimea.com/news/gosduma-...echeniya-kryma (in Russian)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Don Rumata View Post
    Russian Parliament considers using nuclear submarines to supply Crimea with electricity.

    "The use of nuclear and diesel submarines will completely satisfy the peninsula's demand for electricity. There is an initiative, it will be considered promptly."
    http://flashcrimea.com/news/gosduma-...echeniya-kryma (in Russian)
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    What about the Black sea being off-limits for nuclear powered stuff?

    And most of the russian SSN's and SSBN's are just sitting on dock being "in reserve".

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    Quote Originally Posted by depili View Post
    What about the Black sea being off-limits for nuclear powered stuff?

    And most of the russian SSN's and SSBN's are just sitting on dock being "in reserve".
    Is it? Montreux convention is from 1936, i suppose it doesnt mention nuclear powered stuff.
    When I see a bird that walks like a duck, swims like a duck and quacks like a duck id call it a duck.
    And if the bird denies to be a duck it is a russian duck.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Miep View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by depili View Post
    What about the Black sea being off-limits for nuclear powered stuff?

    And most of the russian SSN's and SSBN's are just sitting on dock being "in reserve".
    Is it? Montreux convention is from 1936, i suppose it doesnt mention nuclear powered stuff.
    Ah in that case Turkey will surely let them pass by Istanbul without raising a finger...
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