This is coolbert:
I don't think the American retired general officer Breedlove should be making such suggestions.
The Kerch Strait bridge obviously a valid target of war but would the effort backfire is my question. Most = Bridge.
From Newsweek the story BY ZOE STROZEWSKI ON 7/8/22.
"Ukraine has the chance to deal a strong blow to Russia by striking the Kerch Strait bridge, according to a former NATO commander."
"General Philip Breedlove, who served as NATO's supreme allied commander in Europe, told The Times on Thursday that the bridge is a 'legitimate target.' The Kerch Strait bridge is actually a pair of bridges that run between mainland Russia and Crimea, the peninsula that Russia annexed in 2014."
ONE bridge for railroad traffic. The OTHER bridge for ordinary vehicle traffic. BOMBING that bridge would negate to a large extent the Russian being able to reinforce/resupply their Ukraine invasion contingents from Crimea.
See this You tube video the tip from "Bayou Renaissance Man" smokescreen as tested by the Russian to cloak the bridge in case of attack by enemy warplanes.