We Should Have Predicted Ukraine’s Bomb Shortage
By: JOHN BRUTON
MSNBC discussed US supplying Ukraine with banned cluster munitions despite being prohibited in the US.
Ukraine risks endangering its own children if they use banned munitions on their soil, posing future risks while playing.
MSNBC's David Brooks questioned on US supplying munitions to Ukraine, his answer left a startling impression.
Intense trench warfare depleted the West's shells and missiles, exposing vulnerability due to slow replenishment.
US and European allies' munitions depletion after artillery warfare raises concerns for long-term defense against Russia.
The West's surprise at munitions shortage lacks excuse despite ample warnings from history and a clear precedent.
Ukraine's war parallels WWI's initial movement turning into a static artillery conflict with small advances celebrated.
Heavy artillery with specialized shells needed for small advances to avoid huge casualties among advancing forces.
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