For months, the terror of the possible use of nuclear weapons has - emotionally and medically - overshadowed the concerns about the real conflict in Ukraine.
The threat of nuclear weapons coincided with a leap in the level of hostilities on the Russian side: in fact from "special operation" to war.
Isn't it a contradiction to fear devastating hyperbole just as conventional warfare is kicking off?
What and what are today's tactical weapon systems?
What was their current employment doctrine and what could it be?
Are there little known risks to fear more?
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