The United States of America maintains the strongest Air Force in the world by an impressive margin. As of late 2021, the
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While the MiG-31 Foxhound might be the fastest fighter jet in use today, the honor for the fastest fighter jet ever built does belong to the United States.
According to the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, Russia has lost around 37,870 military personnel, 1,667 tanks and 219 planes in the course of its full-scale military invasion in Ukraine.
A Hellenic Air Force (HAF) pilot has been named NATO's Best Warrior for 2018. Captain Kosmas Xalaris was voted by his NATO colleagues as the best overall pilot in the Tactical Leadership Programme (TLP). The competition happened between September 10 and October 4, during the 3rd Air Training Series for 2018.
Erich Hartmann is the most successful fighter pilot of all times – with 352 kills. A number that will never be surpassed. His nickname „Bubi“ means „little boy“ – and it's easy to find out why he was called like that.
With a 200-strong fleet of mostly fourth- and fifth-generation aircraft, the Hellenic Air Force will be able to muster air supremacy in potential theaters of operations.
According to the International Institute for Strategic Studies (IISS) The Military Balance, the Russians have 2,800 tanks and 13,000 other armored vehicles (reconnaissance and infantry fighting vehicles) in units with another 10,000 tanks and 8,500 armored vehicles in storage.
Russia has lost more than 1,700 tanks in Ukraine - Sandboxx.
Russia has already lost 215 planes and 180 helicopters in the war with Ukraine | Ukrayinska Pravda.
The US dominates the air with far more bases, fighter jets and bombers than Russia but Russia is superior on the ground with more tanks, artillery and land vehicles. At sea, the countries are more evenly matched, but here the US has the edge with more destroyers, submarines and aircraft carriers.
And a significant level of their spending does not appear "on the public books." Overall, in terms of resources, the U.S. has an advantage, but it is not as overwhelming as it appears. In terms of simple numbers of warships, China is already leading the U.S., roughly 350 to 300, in combat vessels.
Overall the new Russian tank is on par with the US Abrams tank. In some areas it is slightly superior than the Abrams, however it has got no cutting-edge superiority. The Abrams has technical superiority in mobility and cross-country performance.
Russia has lost 38,750 military personnel, 1,700 tanks, 3,905 armoured combat vehicles and 703 drones in the course of its full-scale military invasion in Ukraine.
By some intelligence estimates, Russia has lost a third of its tanks. As it uses up stocks of precision-guided missiles, Russia has relied on artillery systems. But Ukraine's use of sophisticated weaponry has forced Russia to push them back from the front lines, diminishing their effectiveness.
NATO has 5,040, 5,495 and 2,803 in comparison, but leads in battle tanks and armoured vehicles, with 14,682 and 115,855 respectively, to Russia's 12,420 and 30,122.
Russia has lost 237 T-72B3 tanks, hundreds more T-72 variants as well as at least 170 T-80 models since the start of the attack on Ukraine in February, according to Oryx, an intelligence blog that tracks Russian military losses.
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