Radio communications from Russian troops acquired by British spatial data company

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  • 2/03/2022 को प्रकाशित
  • British spatial data company ShadowBreak Intl has acquired a “few hundred hours and a few hundred files” of radio communication from Russian troops on the ground in Ukraine, according to its founder Samuel Cardillo.
    “In 2022 you will imagine that the Russian army has equipment and encrypted communication because it’s the standard for a modern army,” he told Sky News host Andrew Bolt.
    “We’ve heard them talking about what they’re going to do after they wake up, we’ve heard them having jokes, we’ve heard them crying during fights … we’ve heard an entire range of things.
    “When we take everything together - both the radio communication and the satellite imagery that we’re gathering - we’re seeing not great advancement from the Russian troops, clearly they’re having a lot of issues.”

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  • charles russell
    charles russell 7 महीने पहले +432

    Much the same happened during the Faulkland's war. Exocet missiles fired by the Argentinians were going straight through the vessels because they were primed incorrectly. English reporters talking about it on air tipped them off and they corrected their error, much to the dismay of the British navy. It seems people never learn.

    • Arthur Stevenson
      Arthur Stevenson 6 महीने पहले

      @Jesus is LORD lol. That's hilarious

    • Nick Duxfield
      Nick Duxfield 6 महीने पहले

      That’s amazing

    • Charles Russell
      Charles Russell 6 महीने पहले

      @vladh0007 The question is 'What will they do with this data?'

  • Politenessman
    Politenessman 6 महीने पहले +263

    I was involved in the Aust Army Raven radio trials in the mid 80s - Section level (and up) frequency agile radios. I'm stunned that the Russians either don't have, or aren't using, similar technology 40 years later.

    • Corey H
      Corey H 4 महीने पहले

      @Ken Gollon A quote from the mini series, Chernobyl, "Our power comes from the perception of our power"

    • Corey H
      Corey H 4 महीने पहले

      @Johnny Rep For those that don't get it. He means to justify the Billions of military contracts and kickbacks to the politicians

    • Angela Lewis
      Angela Lewis 5 महीने पहले

      @Tom Greene LMAO 🤣🤣 we still have phone books in America although we don't use them as often so we've cut back on the amount we get per year because we have phones and maps but oh man now I wanna ask random kids if they know what a phone book is lol.

    • Angela Lewis
      Angela Lewis 5 महीने पहले +1

      They're using the same technology lol look at some of their tanks they're putting metal scraps on them and even put timber on trucks to stop the Ukrainians from destroying those shitty tanks when the issues with logistics and food and fuel is their main problem, I'm surprised they still have these types of tanks they're completely useless when it comes to new technology that's destroying them with little effort lol. I remember the Russians were in Syria that had these tanks which was ok for that time but still nonetheless I would've thought they'd upgraded but with there MREs being old as dirt and some weapons being from the 80s it's not surprising, just look at the surrounding villages in Russia they have no water, heat, electricity and lack of internet living in freezing shacks especially pensioners they even have to travel far for food and medicine because putler stop supplying the stores close to them. It's a damn shame he's been sucking his own people dry including his military, putler and his cronies have more than enough wealth to modernize the entire country, make healthcare and schooling universal and replenish the welfare programs to help pay for housing for those in need and create more drug programs mental health care and abuse shelters for women and children and they'd still be wealthy as ever. This is pure greed of him and the oligarchs and their families, they've robbed pillaged and betrayed their own people they just don't fully realize it at all what a shame! When Putin and his buddies are brought down the Russian citizens will be furious when they find out the truth. His soldiers are pillaging and looting Ukrainian people and even stealing women's lingerie to take home to their girlfriends, how disgusting! This how poor they're and resorting to eating ukrainian people's pets when they have food but wanted some meat 🤢. I'm not surprised though with so many Russian serial killers being cannibals.

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  • Lester Gillis
    Lester Gillis 6 महीने पहले +83

    The U.S. Army used "encryption devices" in all of their vehicles in Germany. The M113 track vehicles that I drove while I was stationed over there from Sep.'85
    to Feb.87 nearly all of then had encryption/decryption boxes mounted inside. One needed a small electronic storage device (it looked like a larger clunky version of a data stick.)
    It had all the correct encryption codes stored in it to initialize the the boxes in each vehicle. They were referred to as "a punch"). The commo team was responsible for making sure the correct codes were installed in all their "punches".

    • Nick Duxfield
      Nick Duxfield 6 महीने पहले

      So true. We are training. No harm using local frequencies

    • Tom P
      Tom P 6 महीने पहले

      @Pavlov's Dawg Channel 6 I bet.

    • Arnaud MEURET
      Arnaud MEURET 6 महीने पहले

      @sjonnie playfull That does not sound secure at all in the real world where people are abandoning ship left and right and can’t coordinate shit.

    • David Innes
      David Innes 6 महीने पहले +1


  • Fred Fred
    Fred Fred 6 महीने पहले +144

    Yes, in the UK we have many many HAM radio enthusiasts- who generally work in military and commercial redio systems. In fact we just can't get enough communications tech here in the UK. Too many geeks... I love it! 👍🏻🇬🇧😂

    • David MacPhee
      David MacPhee 6 महीने पहले

      @Robert Dewar Ham Radio was so much fun building my own stuff as a kid and fisting out Morse code and getting reply's. i was born, wait, I forget. 1954?

    • David MacPhee
      David MacPhee 6 महीने पहले +1

      @Missy D Wow!

    • Box Lane Productions
      Box Lane Productions 6 महीने पहले

      Theres a reason it doesn't add up

  • Ashley Carrier
    Ashley Carrier 6 महीने पहले +413

    The idea that even company size Russian elements are in a combat zone and are transmitting "in the red" (without encryption or frequency hopping) is just mystifying to me. I just cannot believe it.

    • Elizabeth tamp153
      Elizabeth tamp153 4 महीने पहले

      @Ashley Carrier That was a for instance from Sun Tzu.
      The Russian Federation doesn't have the manpower of the former USSR that is why it is using the slow meat grinder tactics.
      Moreover, because of the longest land border; lack of manpower after the dissolve dissolution of the USSR and Warsaw Pact, it massive lie that the Russian 144 million population want to colonise Europe's 500 million population. The manpower requirement is prohibitive even to garrison Europe. The Russians have the same problems as Europe, as 85% of Russians live in European Russia, they have a low birth rate, an aging population and more than modest corruption.

    • Ashley Carrier
      Ashley Carrier 4 महीने पहले

      @Elizabeth tamp153 One does not usually spend the first 3 months of a war "trying" to convince the enemy you are weak or incompetent. That far in, and you are revealing the truth about yourself and deceiving no one.

    • Elizabeth tamp153
      Elizabeth tamp153 4 महीने पहले

      @Ashley Carrier Sun Tzu: "Appear weak when you are strong. ... Appear strong when you are weak"
      What does kill you makes you stronger/wiser.
      When one is playing Nomination-Whist one doesn't lay your high trumps first or show your hand.

    • PsychodriIIa
      PsychodriIIa 5 महीने पहले

      @snikrepak yeah so have i, Now i have had time to reflect upon this, However in the context of the original comment. That British data company would have to have a man on the ground capturing the traffic not sitting in his moms basement pretending he is some kind of "special analyst" No Mate this is obviously bs propaganda, relying upon your perception without you looking at who is making the Claim, If it was Ukraine making them it would be more realistic.

  • LeonixNN
    LeonixNN 6 महीने पहले +127

    I so much like how Australians convey information. So laid-back, familiarly in a good way. Such a pleasure to listen to this reporter, like it's some wise old man at the bar telling you the story while you both drink and snack.

    • The Kombinator
      The Kombinator 6 महीने पहले

      @T. N. Divan, ah alors est-tu un Francophone??

    • The Kombinator
      The Kombinator 6 महीने पहले

      @T. N. Well, then that's why I don't watch it. The Australian news seems to be pretty good, same with UK news. Canada's news is... eh.

    • The Kombinator
      The Kombinator 6 महीने पहले

      @T. N. ​ I do - many don't. It is for the same reason that I didn't like the movie Inglorious Basterds (it's actually pretty OK)- some will take that as actual facts, because they're too dumb to know the difference.
      Plus it's just crass. I'm not haughty or anything, but it just seems like it's made for swine.

    • Mr Magoo.
      Mr Magoo. 6 महीने पहले

      @Nikki P Ozzie man is the king of Aussie INclips!!😎 freakin' hillari-arse

  • George K
    George K 6 महीने पहले +207

    Feel sorry for the soldiers who genuinely didn't know they were going to war, lots of reports of Russians saying they were going for training exercises but then sent to Ukraine to fight after hearing it had been taken over by nazis and facist extremists. Lots of these kid soldiers did not want war.

    • iRight
      iRight 6 महीने पहले

      @Martyn Austin - i am on the right side

  • Pieter Visser
    Pieter Visser 6 महीने पहले +105

    Never call something a conspiracy that can be explained with plain stupidity or incompetence

    • J B
      J B 6 महीने पहले +2

      @Pieter Visser
      No Peter, it was an open communication.
      "In an effort to alleviate any doubt, in mid-May the commanding officer of the Midway installation
      was instructed to send a message in the clear indicating that the installation's water distillation
      plant had suffered serious damage and that fresh water was needed immediately. Shortly after
      the transmission, an intercepted Japanese intelligence report indicated that "AF is short of
      water." Armed with this information, Nimitz began to draw up plans to move his carriers to a
      point northeast of Midway where they would lie in wait. Once positioned, they could stage a
      potentially decisive nautical ambush of Yamamoto's massive armada."
      Read more, bullshit less.

    • Pieter Visser
      Pieter Visser 6 महीने पहले

      @Andrej Premk Not just in Russia

    • Andrej Premk
      Andrej Premk 6 महीने पहले

      There is PLENTY of both in russia. Just watch Chernobyl mini series.

    • Pieter Visser
      Pieter Visser 6 महीने पहले +1

      @here7ic Yeah I do. The allies played the Axis well in Signal Intelligence.

    • here7ic
      here7ic 6 महीने पहले

      @Pieter Visser you get my point, though.

  • Nick Duxfield
    Nick Duxfield 6 महीने पहले +19

    What happened Is interesting. The Russian army blew up the tv station with cellphone towers. Russian encrypted communications relied on the 3g service. So they had to locate Ukrainian sources such as local cellphone and SIM cards from stores. This opened them up to ease dropping and location services.
    Unless they take portable receivers, or setup their own receivers the issue won’t be resolved in many parts of the country.
    I saw a video explaining the events surrounding it. It also shows lack of training and coordination.

    • Mito Rino
      Mito Rino 6 महीने पहले

      Wouldn't you mind sharing this video with me, please??

  • scott keeler
    scott keeler 6 महीने पहले +263

    there needs to be a mandatory rule that the leader of the nation and his family are required to lead the combat and if they won't the citizens don't have to.

    • steve powell
      steve powell 5 महीने पहले

      @scott keeler it wasn't always that way. JFK came from a very wealthy family, as did George HW Bush. That didn't stop both of them from serving in the military during war-time. Teddy Roosevelt had 4 sons. All served in WWI,, where one was a pilot, shot down and killed. The surviving 3 also served in WWII, where one died of a heart attack shortly after D-Day. He was later posthumously given the Medal of Honor for leading his troops during the invasion.

    • palacio802
      palacio802 5 महीने पहले

      the same in economy. If economy goes well, you receive a salary. If you increase the public debt, part of debt is for you...

    • B Nasc
      B Nasc 6 महीने पहले +1

      Poland King Sobieski let the victory over the ottoman empire approaching Austria

  • Ronnie
    Ronnie 6 महीने पहले +16

    0:36 This actually brought me to tears. I really feel for this young man. I was in the U.S. Army and served in Iraq in '04 and '06. (MOS 68W) I came back relatively emotionally unharmed. I have friends like this guy. He will NEVER be the same. He will carry this with him forever.

    • Hazel Tech
      Hazel Tech 6 महीने पहले +11

      @Elmer Fudd my dude is watching his friends die burning deaths and he doesn't want to fight this war and this is what you say go back to middle school bro

    • Elmer Fudd
      Elmer Fudd 6 महीने पहले +1

      Really?? He's alive isn't he?? Not everyone that gets a paper cut will have PTSD. Like our current military.

  • Mary M
    Mary M 6 महीने पहले +246

    It's so sad like I'm so sorry for these Russian and Ukraine soldiers and any one else being put Into this

    • Sergey Kish
      Sergey Kish 6 महीने पहले +1

      @EmileBea1 I can't believe that's real person. So messed up.

  • hen ko
    hen ko 6 महीने पहले +29

    I am a Vietnam veteran who was in the USAF and did the same thing that you are doing from an airborne platform. Great Work!

    • Maddog3060
      Maddog3060 6 महीने पहले

      Amazing how technology advances.

    • Zac Drummys
      Zac Drummys 6 महीने पहले +1

      @J.W. Matney still it was lost

  • MrRichierich
    MrRichierich 6 महीने पहले +109

    It is pretty heartbreaking seeing kids being put into these situations that they have no place being in!! Pray for them!

  • Graham Stevenson
    Graham Stevenson 6 महीने पहले +172

    It was Soviet era policy NOT to give out maps widely to troops for fear that they'd question about why they were fighting or how best to desert. It seems that times haven't changed much ! Similarly, not many radios were handed out. The idea AIUI was for officers to just tell the troops what to do. Remove the officers and you effectively cut the head off their army !

    • Nick Duxfield
      Nick Duxfield 6 महीने पहले

      @gary K it works, I couldn’t even pickup dirt in my local small suburb without gps or signs. I usually only think of street names when I go somewhere real new. Otherwise I only know how to drive roads from memory.I have to double check names of street adjacent

    • Jonathan Frost
      Jonathan Frost 6 महीने पहले

      That's teh story my dad told me as well.

    • Omega0850
      Omega0850 6 महीने पहले +1

      @Thomas Jamison Ehm no, quite the opposite is true! Napoleon had a lot of conscripts, and many foreign soldiers were straight up pressed into service.

  • Rita Conklin
    Rita Conklin 6 महीने पहले +74

    That seems like a the human side of people is being shown here. This is a really rare experience and a chance to connect to life(generally). Very nice to hear. Thank you and Good Bless.

    • Carlos Hamilton
      Carlos Hamilton 6 महीने पहले

      @Dean Yates Sun Tzu says: "All warfare is based on deception"

    • Michael Cobb
      Michael Cobb 6 महीने पहले +1

      @Dean Yates go away Russian bot. That video has been debunked so many times over the last few days. It’s literally a film set for a TV show… set in Birmingham, UK

  • nazikiller01
    nazikiller01 6 महीने पहले +124

    In 1914, at the start of World War I, the Russians invaded Germany (East Prussia), without adequate logistics. They used their wireless sets (radios) to communicate- in clear Russian. The Germans just had to translate the communications, and they knew everything the Russians were doing. Subsequently, a much smaller German force annihilated the starving and freezing Russians in the battles of Tannenburg and Masurian Lakes. It doesn't sound like they've learned anything since then.

    • Angela Lewis
      Angela Lewis 5 महीने पहले

      @Will Shank it's Navajo and also they didn't need to speak in jargon they would never have figured it out anyway and till this day Americans don't understand the language and there's many more native American languages nobody knows exist they think it's extinct it's hilarious my father's side tribe still speaks it fluently they also been restoring it and recovered much of the writing that was lost due to colonialism do now it's taught to the children in the reservation schools, the language is still kept secret too there's very few non native Americans that know a word or two because they were told but other than that most think natives don't have a language. in south America there's still tribes that can communicate through whistling which can be used for long distance communication it's an entire coded language it's beautiful and I hope it never fades they've held on to to it all this time for hundred upon hundreds of years. Colonization has destroyed so many languages it's disgusting hopefully all tribes of the world preserve their language and cultures so it's taught for centuries to come.

    • Angela Lewis
      Angela Lewis 5 महीने पहले

      @Asahamana you do realize many Germans were fluent in Russian language back then right? Lol no dictionary needed they could speak it.

    • Angela Lewis
      Angela Lewis 5 महीने पहले

      @nazikiller01 the Navajo were brilliant my ancestors from the tribe fought in the war, please make the correction on the name thanks.

  • jeffsiegwart
    jeffsiegwart 6 महीने पहले

    I am a Vietnam veteran who was in the USAF and did the same thing that you are doing from an airborne platform. Great Work!

  • Chris Brent
    Chris Brent 6 महीने पहले +23

    I have seen photos of Russian / Chechen units that had unencrypted Motorolas on their rigs. One must have been a captain or major as he had about 4, probably on different frequencies for each platoon or company. All commercially available Motorola hand helds. It surprised me as anyone can listen in.

    • TrumPutin.
      TrumPutin. 6 महीने पहले

      @Chris Brent Thats pretty fair assumption I would agree, I also imagine the FSO did not like the FSB assessments prior to the war so were kept out of the loop for the go command date.

    • TrumPutin.
      TrumPutin. 6 महीने पहले

      @Chris Brent Even kept the FSB out of the loop but I find it hard to believe they did not know in advance.

  • Humphrey
    Humphrey 6 महीने पहले +7

    Only time I've ever been able to listen to an entire segment from Andrew Bolt. Seems at least today he knows what side hes on.

    • Time Surfer
      Time Surfer 6 महीने पहले

      IKR? It's so confusing when someone examines each and every point, in order to evaluate all factors and do a proper Cost-Benefit Analysis, isn't it?

  • Granny Vroom Vroom
    Granny Vroom Vroom 6 महीने पहले +43

    Never Underestimate Putin's ability to Overestimate his military strength, as he Underestimates his Opponents Strengths!!

    • JBHK
      JBHK 6 महीने पहले

      That's exactly how the rest of the world thinks about the US

    • NSK
      NSK 6 महीने पहले

      Man ur all together are nothing to Putin!!

  • GhostRider88 JinetedelFantasmo88
    GhostRider88 JinetedelFantasmo88 7 महीने पहले +114

    It's not just proper equipment. Depending on the type of encryption, both parties need to have the correct key codes. If HQ has updated their codes, but the field units, either don't know they've been changed. Or they didn't get the new codes. Then they can't talk to each other, except by clear calls.

    • Google User
      Google User 6 महीने पहले +1

      HQ would be smart enough to try the old code if there's radio silence.

    • Rob Newton
      Rob Newton 6 महीने पहले

      I read they were using analogue radios, not digital. A local cab driver could probably be able to pick up Russian comms .

    • James Street
      James Street 6 महीने पहले

      @Peeki Lolololololol. You have got to be shittin me.

  • fliteshare
    fliteshare 6 महीने पहले +99

    First priority of signal intelligence is:
    Run to the media and publish intercepted communications to the rest of the world.
    Kinda like WikiLeaks.
    But different.

    • fliteshare
      fliteshare 6 महीने पहले

      @vexillo path You got it !

  • mongothedestroyer88
    mongothedestroyer88 6 महीने पहले +2

    Love how he's wearing a Space Force t-shirt

  • noodleboy5
    noodleboy5 6 महीने पहले +30

    "Why are they talking on open comms?"
    Because you have to train people to use encrypted comms, which takes time, and trust them not to lose the equipment and let it fall into enemy hands, which takes... well... trust.

    • Matthew Mankiewich
      Matthew Mankiewich 6 महीने पहले

      @Tri Nguyen with some exceptions, NATO has the advantage of using completely different equipment from the Russians. The Ukrainians use the same stuff. It’s why Poland wants to give the Ukrainians its remaining MiG-29’s, but they’ve since been upgraded with newer avionics that the US does not want to fall into Russian hands.

    • Tri Nguyen
      Tri Nguyen 6 महीने पहले +1

      Dude, Russian convoys are using analog 2 way shortwave radio (basically, ham radios). So yes, the Ukrainians are listening to their communications. The stupid Z,V, and O on the Russian vehicles are caveman style friendly designators. All NATO vehicles, helicopters, and airplanes use encrypted electronic friendly designators.

    • noodleboy5
      noodleboy5 6 महीने पहले

      @marcd Okay.

  • Pat Kelley
    Pat Kelley 6 महीने पहले +1

    This is a real mind blower. Part of the reason Russia lost the land phase of the Russo-Japanese war in 1904 was the lack of encryption in their first used in battle radio traffic, giving the Japanese commanders first hand information on Russian battle plans. You would think protecting radio traffic would be routine by this time.

    • ShadowGames
      ShadowGames 6 महीने पहले

      Kamchatka strikes again...

  • Michael Kavanagh
    Michael Kavanagh 5 महीने पहले

    I have to say Australia is getting very grown up. This is some awesome commentary from you guys. I have a friend there he says I should come but as a Gael I need the cold sadly lol. But loving your work.

  • Me
    Me 6 महीने पहले +1

    Glory to Ukraine! 🇺🇦 ✊🏻🔥✊🏻

  • Bart Zed
    Bart Zed 6 महीने पहले +44

    have you seen their "commanders"? they look like they just got off the fields and never even heard of satellite navigation, this is either the greatest hoax in the history of military conflicts or yet another evidence for the sheer scale of their incompetence

    • Bart Zed
      Bart Zed 6 महीने पहले

      @LaserPeow was thinking that as well, not the worst strategy to first send in cannon fodder and "utilize" obsolete equipment

    • Sam Guevenne
      Sam Guevenne 6 महीने पहले +2

      @Dean Yates Please seek help you are losing your grip on reality. You have not seen any "scripted wars" in fact i don't think you have every been in a conflict please stop this madness and go talk to someone.

    • James Griggs
      James Griggs 6 महीने पहले

      @LactoseTheIntolerant If that were true the world would be a lot more organised. As it is all i see is chaos and petty squabbling. More evidence of countries all trying to serve their own selfish goals than evidence of a man behind the curtain.

    • LaserPeow
      LaserPeow 6 महीने पहले +1

      carefull, russia could withhold their capable men for a possible reaction from other countries. maybe saving troops for invading other countries as well.

    • C. Wes.
      C. Wes. 6 महीने पहले +1

      Theres also credible leaks regarding an FSB Report in extreme detail the lackluster quality of troops and equipment. In detail of troop movements in the first week of the invasion, Russian Air space losses, Naval losses, etc. It seems Russia is facing its age old problem of Yes Men

  • Nosey
    Nosey 6 महीने पहले +21

    This guy is going to famous overnight. 100s of employment opportunities coming his way by the top tech companies.

    • Anthony Aurelia
      Anthony Aurelia 6 महीने पहले

      He owns the company doesn't he? I don't think he cares.

  • Edward Traxler
    Edward Traxler 7 महीने पहले +677

    I can tell you straight up that conditions can suck .. cold, lack of sleep, equipment breaking .. the worse thing can be lack of food. That's from someone who spent twelve years on American tanks from Germany and Korea in winter to deserts in Saudi Arabia and Iraq

    • Phileas Frogg
      Phileas Frogg 6 महीने पहले

      Wow. Inciteful. ...

    • Ronan
      Ronan 6 महीने पहले

      I live in Siberia and in some of its deadly cold parts.. I've been without food, clothing and lack of sleep many times, just blindly waltzing my way through endless darkness and in the grip of fear. We are born into this. These infants must be the mcdonald's fed softies of the modern age. Bloodshed shouldn't be a way to enforce this special operation though. But since the west never listened, this must have been the only alternative.

    • The Invisible Artists
      The Invisible Artists 6 महीने पहले

      Much respect to you Sir and to Samuel. 🇺🇦🇺🇦🇺🇦

    • Stephen Nicholas
      Stephen Nicholas 6 महीने पहले

      @Phillip Davies no they can't - off-shore Trump TV

    • G Keefer
      G Keefer 6 महीने पहले

      Hey brother! I was freezing my ass off in maint. on frozen NATO flightlines trying to get birds off the ground or... in fox holes filled with12 inches of rain protecting them or roasting on forward desert air bases in full chem gear sucking rubber... You are 100% spot on... All's good until the food runs out... & then many things start running out too like patience...

  • W8RIT1
    W8RIT1 6 महीने पहले

    There are some online SDR Software Defined Radio that you can listen to remote remotely. You just have to find a radio nearby to the Ukraine and then you have to know what frequency to listen to.
    As far as encrypted... Much of the lower unit sizes will not use any...

  • Jennipher Williams
    Jennipher Williams 6 महीने पहले +19

    Praying for all involved and affected... on BOTH sides.

    • Bob Latkey
      Bob Latkey 6 महीने पहले

      Lotta good that does

    • Augmented Thunder
      Augmented Thunder 6 महीने पहले +2

      Praying does nothing... grow up

    • C
      C 6 महीने पहले

      🤍 purity of mind and actions is what most of our species of life want and is something I've longed for many decades past and no doubt few more if I'm fortunate to see.
      I pray for all dragged into this aswell pray that Karma darkens Putin in this cycle of life and any other yet come and if hell exist then I pray gets sent there for eternity....
      Or is he Hitler reincarnated?

  • BringerOfD
    BringerOfD 6 महीने पहले +5

    I can explain exactly why these units are having comms so easily intercepted. Poorly trained troops have their radios configured wrong, or at some point unset radios that were properly configured. Communication breaks down. Troops and officers during field exercises tend to get frustrated if these comms breakdowns become prolonged and just move everyone to basic settings to not waste anymore valuable training time. Troops now in Ukraine give up and do the same, move to basic settings, start broadcasting in the clear.

    • MegaMech
      MegaMech 6 महीने पहले

      This depends on the kind of radios they use. Professional radios (not necessarily the same as military radios) are pre-programmed at a service company (likely a military dept in the military). Only the channels and settings pre-programmed are usable. If these stopped working then that radio is essentially useless because they are not adjustable. If they do use completely configurable radios it's likely only given to a handful of personnel which I would expect to be trained in the radio. But like you say, if they're not. I could see this happening.
      I think it's more likely that two-way radio is generally not a very secure method of communication even with digital bands instead of analogue.

  • S To
    S To 6 महीने पहले +2

    2:22 - How the hell was he able to obtain these conversations? Decrypting the radio’s encryption signal and then eavesdropping?

    • Harry Seldom
      Harry Seldom 6 महीने पहले +6

      there is no encryption, that's the thing, it's open comms, vhf...astounding...

  • Anat
    Anat  6 महीने पहले +2

    Most of these soldiers are young men most of them under 20 years old my own little brother is 19 years old I can't imagine him fighting in a war like this

  • No Sheizer
    No Sheizer 6 महीने पहले +1

    When we (US Army) arrived in Saudi Arabia in August 1990, after Saddam invaded Kuwait, we had no maps and had to go to local gas stations to buy some. Some things don't change regardless of which Army

  • Kevin D
    Kevin D 6 महीने पहले

    Shadowbreak is supposed to be satellite imagery. A camera in the sky, pointed down. If they can do signals intercepts, that is a completely different set of hardware. I wonder if they bothered to tell anyone before launch? And it does make me wonder about other capabilities.

  • S Vid
    S Vid 6 महीने पहले +1

    That's right, use technology to know the whereabouts of those causing this needless war.

  • Jim Miller
    Jim Miller 6 महीने पहले +69

    The conscripts were led to believe it was just another training exercise leading to their completion of service. That's not how to motivate a soldier that has grown up with the internet.

    • sjonnie playfull
      sjonnie playfull 6 महीने पहले +3

      @boom laughing together always beats fighting together. Have a nice day

    • boom
      boom 6 महीने पहले +1

      @sjonnie playfull hahah you are a funny guy at the very least. Bless you.

    • sjonnie playfull
      sjonnie playfull 6 महीने पहले +6

      @boom my point is: I am tasked with finding Russian bots and trolls. You blew your cover, towaritch

  • Mai mai Mai mai
    Mai mai Mai mai 6 महीने पहले

    We stand with Ukrainian 💪

  • Heather Coran
    Heather Coran 6 महीने पहले +1

    I love how this dude just said. "This is a war crime but its cool cuz 🇺🇦."
    My man, If it was turned you'd be crying foul on Russia. I dont like this crap at all but at least let's be honest and consistent.

  • A.P.
    A.P. 6 महीने पहले

    In an operation so complex as this one were troops are advancing NOT on one main central front BUT from four different directions such problems as logistics do arise. Have NO doubt that within the minds of the Russian military personell they are not facing the Ukrainians as their main enemy. If they were to be fighting against a NATO army which in their dogma is certainly embedded and rightfully UNDERSTOOD as an enemy their approach would be very different
    So now that Russia has done this mistake, it's a chance to see it's weeknesses, and the next step that can happen is for NATO to underestimate Russian Forces because of these failures just as Hitler underestimated the Red Army after seeing how badly operations against Finland went in the summer and winter of 1939.
    If you have the willingness as NATO, just try them.

  • Willow 🔥𝐆𝐨 𝐓𝐨 𝐌𝐲 𝐂𝐡𝐚𝐧𝐧𝐞𝐥 [𝐋!ve] 💘

    That seems like a the human side of people is being shown here. This is a really rare experience and a chance to connect to life(generally). Very nice to hear. Thank you and Good Bless.

  • morris jones
    morris jones 6 महीने पहले +17

    My dad told me that in WWII the Russian soldiers he met neither had compasses nor Maps their officers were afraid they would run away if they knew where they were swear to God

    • ZoranSkopje
      ZoranSkopje 6 महीने पहले

      @Chris Brent cmoon i know what he say...he say,btw he say if they (soldiers) know where they are that will run...

    • Chris Brent
      Chris Brent 6 महीने पहले +1

      @ZoranSkopje It is actually true. The officers and commissars had all of that. We had a good family friend that escaped the ghetto in Warsaw and fled to Russia and was forced into the red army. He had horror stories about the war as a Red Army. A lot of the regular soldiers in the Red Army had never been out of their villages so it is not at all surprising that without maps 1000's of km from home they'd have no idea where they were without maps.

    • fill blanks
      fill blanks 6 महीने पहले +2

      @ZoranSkopje He said the soldiers didn't have those things. I'm sure that trusted officers and Generals had them.

  • findlay234
    findlay234 6 महीने पहले +11

    In fairness, if I were running a psyops programme this kind of thing would be what I'd do... Show NATO we were completely incompetent. Not saying this is or isn't psyops but this is exactly what I'd do.

    • findlay234
      findlay234 5 महीने पहले

      @stiimuli Youve never read Sun Tzu then, or attended a military officers college I assume... deception and ruse are always militarily useful. "Appear weak when you are strong, and strong when you are weak"

    • stiimuli
      stiimuli 6 महीने पहले +2

      Pretending to be incompetent would have no military or political use. Furthermore such a ruse wouldn't be believed unless it matched what was being seen on the battlefield....and if it DID match the battlefield, congratulations, you've just BECOME incompetent which demoralizes your own people and emboldens the enemy.

    • findlay234
      findlay234 6 महीने पहले +1

      @Le Merchelant I think I fear this is the only route for him to try and save face within his own circle....

    • findlay234
      findlay234 6 महीने पहले

      @Thom kouwen it definitely is convincing if it is a trick... 😂

  • MaskedMarvyl
    MaskedMarvyl 6 महीने पहले

    It would be nice if the fact that Russian army communications can be eavesdropped on hadn't been announced openly on the news.
    So much for gaining an advantage....

  • Adagietto
    Adagietto 7 महीने पहले +232

    I actually feel quite sorry for those young soldiers; but there will be others that are tough and ruthless.

    • Dave the Brahman
      Dave the Brahman 6 महीने पहले

      No those all joined the FSB, and the Vory Zakonye. But I repeat myself.

    • Basia
      Basia 6 महीने पहले

      @Iain Jones 👎👎🤦‍♀🤦‍♀

  • Sproo Town
    Sproo Town 6 महीने पहले +42

    How messed up Pootin's whole plan is. All their lack of supply lines and straight up military common sense... He even has to beg for help from the Chinese??? To fight Ukraine??? What a joke.

    • Sproo Town
      Sproo Town 6 महीने पहले

      @J'Bear McDougall Yeah, Sure. Alrighty then....

    • n k
      n k 6 महीने पहले +2

      @Mighty Mo yeah i think you are right, one should not take that information for granted. i could imagine they send people in with information, food and ammunition for 3 months so they don´t see whats going on and the whole blitz-krieg strategy works out. i heard many russians have relatives in Ukraine so they would have tried to inform them beforehands or run away from duty.

  • hell bee
    hell bee 6 महीने पहले

    I'm glad that Australia thinks for itself during times like this. Oh wait...

  • Anthony Lelli
    Anthony Lelli 6 महीने पहले

    Exactly who I would of expected as the guy who found the radio frequency

    • Spetsnazovets
      Spetsnazovets 6 महीने पहले

      Except this is fake. These days all the comms use pseudo-random frequency change. Even if one caught the correct frequency, it'd last less than a second. And then there is encryption.

  • Davor Schwarz
    Davor Schwarz 6 महीने पहले +2

    You do realise when the war in the Balkans broke out, I was in the army -- we were told that Austria attacked Slovenia and that we were going to fight Austrians, not our own people. Slovenians and Croatians shooting at Slovenians and Croatians

    • Davor Schwarz
      Davor Schwarz 6 महीने पहले

      @sjonnie playfull sure - in australia - i lived in Austria for 3 years as a refugee with no pasport, or any id or German or English language prior to coming to Australia.

    • sjonnie playfull
      sjonnie playfull 6 महीने पहले

      May I ask what country you live in today?

  • MrSeppieD
    MrSeppieD 6 महीने पहले +4

    "It is in fact against the rules of war to use prisoners for propaganda" Paradox of the century. Which part of war is based on respecting and honoring any rules anyway? Also, who says its propaganda? What if they just hand a mic to the soldiers and broadcast whatever they have to share.

    • MrSeppieD
      MrSeppieD 6 महीने पहले +2

      @theRPGmaster No, but war in itself is a crime. So speaking of war crimes is nothing but a paradox, period. Surely there are multiple levels of severity in the crime of exercising war, but binarily classifying certain actions of war as "war crime" -- especially those of the defending side, who didn't choose to take part of this crime, like prisoner propaganda -- does not make any sense whatsoever.

  • Brainiac
    Brainiac 6 महीने पहले +3

    I always believe everything the media tells me. Politicians too.

    • WolfyOfHonor
      WolfyOfHonor 6 महीने पहले

      Found russian patriot!

  • PureNeptune
    PureNeptune 6 महीने पहले +6

    Imagine being told you're going to war to free your neighbours from Nazis, only to find they all want you to leave, your own commanders lied to you, and don't even care enough about people to retrieve their corpses.
    I think if my country did that to me, I'd break down too.

  • larry wallace
    larry wallace 6 महीने पहले

    The British have always been great at getting Intel information > if you know anything about history the British are known for being the best at Intel.

  • KarsonNow
    KarsonNow 6 महीने पहले

    Good analysis at the end - we are saw at now the Russian cannon fodder and disposable armory in first wave. This equipment was mostly obsolete and wearned out, with not prepared soldiers.
    Good equipment and well trained troops will be coming after that - they would know then the Modus operandi of Ukrainian forces and will be prepared how to crush ukrainan army.

  • Cliff Leverette
    Cliff Leverette 6 महीने पहले +10

    Russia has possibly taken a mass of obsolete tanks and other weapons along with under trained conscripts and parked then on the northern approach to the Ukrainian capital as a way to keep trained Ukrainian troops tied down in order to protect their capital as a ruse while trained modernly equipped Russians are attacking the south. Its an old trick similar to what the Allies did to the Germans to keep large numbers of divisions tied down to the Calais area for the expected invasion while the Allies invaded Normandy and obtained a foothold on that area that could not be thrown into the sea.

    • Half-Heart Heroics
      Half-Heart Heroics 6 महीने पहले +1

      @a1 1 That's not a very high bar to beat...

    • a1 1
      a1 1 6 महीने पहले

      @Stephanie Wilson not sure if u read any news at all but they made a lot more progess in South compared to north

    • Stephanie Wilson
      Stephanie Wilson 6 महीने पहले +1

      They are not getting on too well in the South of Ukraine. They have been using Crimea as a base and still cannot advance.

    • giggy miggins
      giggy miggins 6 महीने पहले +5

      We all think Putin is playing 5d chess when the truth may just be simpler than that.

  • shooter7a
    shooter7a 6 महीने पहले

    Sounds like there was not a back up to the ERA system. So when that system goes down, they end up using older generation cell transmissions, which are then able to be picked up by Ukrainian phone utilities.

  • Cpt Baraa
    Cpt Baraa 6 महीने पहले +1

    Strange that no one are looking for the full videos attached on the description, i always doubt when references are not attached.... And everyone at Sky went to an university, where is always requested

  • Mark Kortum
    Mark Kortum 7 महीने पहले +185

    Reminds me of the 60's peace slogan: "What if they threw a war and nobody came?" Meaning: If the people are not willing to fight a war the leaders cannot have one. Soldiers throughout the armies of the World may be significantly less loyal to their leaders' violent causes than they used to be, due to improved access to information.

  • Valentin
    Valentin 6 महीने पहले +10

    Intercepted what. Some one swearing on the radio and that is national news in USA…. Wow 👏👏👏

    • Tau
      Tau 6 महीने पहले +1

      Intercepted a comm that wasn't encrypted. That in itself is interesting information.

    • MJ H
      MJ H 6 महीने पहले

      Austalia must be even more boring than everyone says it is.

    • Jameson 86
      Jameson 86 6 महीने पहले +4

      This is Australia

  • Jan
    Jan 6 महीने पहले

    You send in 2nd and 3rd line units because they happen to be on exercise at the time of the invasion's launch, this is what you get. Like what happened with the National Guard troops the US sent to Vietnam in 66-67. They got their asses handed to them because they weren't trained to the same standards as the active duty troops, and in Russia's case, those units are still using most of their equipment from the cold war days, because they aren't operated very often, so no need to replace it with modern stuff -- that all goes to the first line units.

  • #BoycottShingrix
    #BoycottShingrix 6 महीने पहले

    if the comms are unencrypted its not difficult to stick a few RTL-SDR units with mobile or satellite data and monitor different NFM frequencies over the internet from anywhere in the world; there are even public SDR servers dotted all over the world anyone can access and tune; im assuming this is how they are intercepting radio

  • Thomas MacGahan
    Thomas MacGahan 6 महीने पहले

    Nice of you to help the Russians secure their communications.

  • a modern alchemist
    a modern alchemist 6 महीने पहले +1

    Amazing, so the Russian people can hear this!? Wtf? If they want to know what's going on why don't they listen in right to their radio communications??

  • qopoy dnon
    qopoy dnon 6 महीने पहले +2

    “My men can eat their belts, but my tanks have got to have gas!” - George Patton.

  • Anunnak
    Anunnak 6 महीने पहले +5

    Ahahahaah I'll tell you as a Russian. What is the segment where they allegedly show you radio communications. They're just swearing hahaha.
    Bravo news!

    • Spetsnazovets
      Spetsnazovets 6 महीने पहले

      Eto propaganda. Ne bolee.

  • Darran Mills
    Darran Mills 6 महीने पहले +1

    I hope the Russian soldiers spare the young men's lives and visa versa, our children don't need to be in a body bag at such a young age!!!

  • LibbyD
    LibbyD 6 महीने पहले

    Always assume conversations heard on open comms might be disinformation. Maybe they are, maybe they’re not, but always keep it in mind and then take it a step further and figure out who would benefit from it.

  • Michael Bolton
    Michael Bolton 6 महीने पहले

    1:30 when you want to sound sophisticated but realize mid way through that you have no chance of pulling it off.

  • The Outlaw Josey Wales
    The Outlaw Josey Wales 6 महीने पहले +12

    How do they know that what they are hearing is exactly what the Russians want them to hear?

    • S. C.
      S. C. 6 महीने पहले

      Must be taken into consideration

    • gary K
      gary K 6 महीने पहले

      Because they will use this information together with other information to *collaborate* what they have gathered. Spycraft 101.

    • James Roberts
      James Roberts 6 महीने पहले

      @Google User Get bent.

    • Google User
      Google User 6 महीने पहले

      The whole thing is staged. Those are actors.
      It's way too perfectly framed to be natural.

  • Ron The Red
    Ron The Red 6 महीने पहले +1

    Digitally encrypted comms are expensive. They are using second-tier comms because they were expecting a cake-walk. Looks good on them.

  • 1800s kindaguy
    1800s kindaguy 7 महीने पहले +52

    this would echo through every war if you could hear the soldiers voices

  • Mixer 1979
    Mixer 1979 6 महीने पहले

    While I find this interesting, exactly why are we advertising military capabilities and opponent deficiencies during hostilities?!!

  • julia taylor
    julia taylor 6 महीने पहले

    Stay strong Ukraine, here we are going to make a national referendum on your plight, the EU will have to ban trade with Russia altogether.

  • Kim Lizotte
    Kim Lizotte 6 महीने पहले

    How do we know if these soldiers are ”real”?

  • S. Rocco
    S. Rocco 6 महीने पहले +1

    I’m going to hire SHADOWBREAK ….so that we can overhear the founder of shadowbreak actually say something informative and insightful ….Dude basically has a radio shack scanner lol

  • The Fishy Life !
    The Fishy Life ! 6 महीने पहले

    The overall picture Is the first wave was young inexperienced soldiers were sent in as a shield that Russia knew would take heavy losses but were considered expendable... while more experienced soldiers with proper equipment came in the 2nd wave!!

  • S S
    S S 6 महीने पहले

    Amazing, is the Russian navy the same way?

  • meegomae
    meegomae 6 महीने पहले +8

    RuSSians have some encrypted systems.But when they taken out Ukrainian G4 masts ,they were offline.And started use open canals ,and even ukrainian mobile network

  • Workshop yz
    Workshop yz 6 महीने पहले

    are these files available for public?

  • lancelot1953
    lancelot1953 6 महीने पहले +116

    This is great but at the same time - having been in the military including operations and planning, I would do my best to confuse my enemy i.e. I would use "open channels" to pass misinformation and see how my opponent reacts. I would also monitor my opponent(s) news to monitor how effective my operations are, where the leaks are originating from, and mislead them in my true objective. This is warfare 101, the fact remains that the Russians are still there and no matter how heroic the Ukrainian military/people are, the world watches... If Ukraine falls, it will be much harder to dislodge the Russians when they will be entrenched. I spent the greater part of my military career playing "cat and mouse" with the former Soviet military - they were very good at it and after the breakup of the Soviet Union, I got to meet some of my former enemy and was truly impressed by their professionalism and training - they were just like us (US military). 'Leaders and politicians that start wars are not the soldiers/sailors/airmen who will fight them or the civilians who will endure them". Peace be with you all, Ciao, L (Veteran)

    • lancelot1953
      lancelot1953 6 महीने पहले

      ​@Basia Hi Basia, actually, as mentioned before, I served 28 years in the military including post-grad work where we studied, analyzed, planned for a future confrontation against the former Soviet Union. I have also been there (Eastern Europe, Poland, Balkans, and Ukraine). I have a "pretty good" idea of both sides of the story and my sources are a bit more "serious" than the "Jimmy Dore Show". I am/was very acutely aware of the distortions and invasions of the WWWeb by the powers-to-be before Google & cie sold to commercial/political interests. At the same time, I keep an open mind and if you have info that I do not have, feel free to share it with me. BTW, remember that the Internet was designed by the US military back in the sixties - so yes, I am aware of its vulnerabilities to special interest groups. Peace be with you, Ciao, L

    • lancelot1953
      lancelot1953 6 महीने पहले

      @Basia Hi Basia, who are you addressing your comments to or who are you commenting about? If you are asking me about my comments - I am questioning big media and my statements do not reflect mainstream media which most of which is altered/censored to a certain extend (including Duck Duck Go as of 4 days ago!). Ciao, L

    • lancelot1953
      lancelot1953 6 महीने पहले +1

      @Spetsnazovets Hi Spetsnazovets, you served in the military, I believe? Let us put our opinion differences aside and avoid taking sides for the purpose of this discussion. Let us make a thought experiment:
      1- Assume that you are fighting a conventional war and that you do not have air support/air supremacy,
      2- You have a few strategic cities/installation to protect such as C4i (Command, Control, Communication, Computer, Intel, logistics, supplies, government, ...),
      3- You have no "place to hide" your military against reconnaissance (satellites, drones, air recon...)
      4- The enemy has your country encircled (or almost),
      Where would you put your defense? How can you try to negate your aggressor's larger forces?
      What would you do? Ciao, L

    • lancelot1953
      lancelot1953 6 महीने पहले

      @Foreign Language Hi Foreign Language (which one do you speak?), I am not sure I understand your comment. What do you recommend that the Ukrainians do? They were invaded by Russia, are you suggesting that they "surrender"? I pray as well - I have been at war, and "... there is no atheist in a foxhole"... I learned to pray real quick, to this day. Peace be with you, Ciao, L

  • Isaacary
    Isaacary 6 महीने पहले

    I love how our media is going on about "young" troops like it's a bad think do we forget the young soldiers of WW2

  • Aron Benner
    Aron Benner 6 महीने पहले

    just curious
    is there still covid detention in austraila
    i mean that this was a awfully fast change of narritive
    who cars what the russ do when your own people are being forced to
    do really crazy things similar to what the russ do

  • Falkor ‌
    Falkor ‌ 6 महीने पहले +1

    Glory to Ukraine🇺🇦🇺🇸

  • einfach nur Leo
    einfach nur Leo 6 महीने पहले

    Russia has sent very few troops to Syria. Those troops might have experience and might have good equipment but this is a large scale invasion. 4000 in Syria vs 100k in Ukraine. Even of those 4000 were there it would hardly matter

  • Matt W
    Matt W 7 महीने पहले +79

    I think people need to remember that encrypted transmission requires 1. everyone to be on the same encryption, 2. encrypted radio transmissions don't have the range unencrypted radio transmissions do. My guess would be that the unencrypted radio traffic is their tertiary communication and because not everyone is on the same encryption that they had to resort to this open (in the red) type of communication. A lot of times even with access to encrypted radio transmission (off the shelf or government/military) people will use an unsecure band (UHF talk about radios for example) to communicate line of sight or locally trying not to use official channels for routine chatter that is not official in nature. It's not that they don't have the capability but rather they don't want superiors in their chain of command listening in on their non-official communications.

    • Fights with Spirits
      Fights with Spirits 6 महीने पहले

      Even WhatsApp encrypts. This news is bad source.

    • Co Po
      Co Po 6 महीने पहले

      @The Quick Brown Fox I'm with you on this. I just finished 6 years in the Oklahoma Army National Guard, was a tracked vehicle repairer. We had whip antennas with encrypted comms equipment, the RT1523, and ran OE-254 base stations. Truck to truck was like 6 miles, but the OE-254s were good for like 30+ miles, a bit more when transmitting OE to OE.

    • Tom Ingram
      Tom Ingram 7 महीने पहले

      TBH, don't think you know what you are talking about. We (British Army) had encrypted radios in Nr Ireland from around 1986........ to find that Russian forces either don't have them, or at least haven't deployed them - nearly 50 years later in a major military operation is hilarious.

    • The Quick Brown Fox
      The Quick Brown Fox 7 महीने पहले +3

      ​ @Matt W Thanks for the reply! I am asking all this to try to figure out why what you say is so. encrypted vs plain text does nothing to the output power of the transmitter. Even the multiplexers of the 80's digitized the traffic to be transmitted - so any digitized encryption would have no difference as far the transmission media is concerned. Which secure HF/UHF/VHF systems are you referring to specifically? The radios are generally limited by the transmitting power output and not whatever you are sending over it. Distance, line of sight and obstacles in the profile are what matters most. Once you start talking about repeaters then the point is moot.

  • Krik Jinker
    Krik Jinker 6 महीने पहले

    It's good to see the Russians taking some lumps. I love when the tables get turned on a bully.

  • Red Turtles
    Red Turtles 6 महीने पहले +1

    Well done 💐💐💐💐⚡️💪🥸

  • sipka2
    sipka2 6 महीने पहले

    Thank you for the video, but most of us doesn't speak Russian.

  • robert f
    robert f 6 महीने पहले

    For a “modern” army, this is embarrassing..

  • William labahn
    William labahn 7 महीने पहले +10

    Some of these defects were noted by the Germans in Barbarossa, especially the open air radio com. The Russians are historically guarded about maps so it is unsurprising to hear some units don't have them.

    • Uhtred
      Uhtred 7 महीने पहले +4

      @Joe Strat Yeah, Armed forces still use them, they don't run out of batteries, You don't want to be helpless if the GPS goes down, so they still train to use map grids and coordinates.

    • Joe Strat
      Joe Strat 7 महीने पहले

      @Stillamarine 1001 Lol, maps!! Jesus!

  • John Doe
    John Doe 6 महीने पहले

    You's think they would have hi tech satellite communications, but some of the the Russian encryption methods depend on a G4 connection, but they destroyed so many radio masts that there's no way for it to work!

  • Rich Mccarroll
    Rich Mccarroll 6 महीने पहले +1

    Top secret info sure finds it way onto the news quickly ..

  • Major Kursk
    Major Kursk 6 महीने पहले

    Glory to the Heros of Ukraine!

  • MoonLight Jedi
    MoonLight Jedi 6 महीने पहले +3

    "foul language - when will it be ready - foul language"
    not convincing for military communication

  • TrulyUnfortunate
    TrulyUnfortunate 6 महीने पहले

    What was said on these recordings?
    Was it released on purpose as in disinformation?

  • Genda Minoru
    Genda Minoru 6 महीने पहले +1

    I see lots of old equipment as well. It seems as if though these Russian troops are reservists without training and front line equipment.