October 12, 2022

Has the West Run Out of Air-Defence for Ukraine?

By Jim Townsend

Jim Townsend join Times Radio to discuss Putin's threat of nuclear use in Ukraine.

"It's going to take a while to get it there. Hopefully, maybe we can find a workaround that can get some high, you know, more highly sophisticated, high altitude air defense."

Listen to the full interview from Times Radio.

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