Friday, December 30, 2022

Suddenly II.

This is coolbert:

"You have let down our country and our Red Army. You have the nerve not to manufacture Il-2s until now. Our Red Army now needs Il-2 aircraft like the air it breathes, like the bread it eats. (This plant) now produces one Il-2 a day… It is a mockery of the Red Army….I ask you not to try the government’s patience, and demand that you manufacture more Il-2s. This is my final warning." - Stalin.

Again not being able to meet your quota can result in catastrophic consequences. In this particular case the tank factory fabricating newly manufactured tanks or refurbishing and repairing already damaged models if not done successfully in the numbers as needed the manager of the facility will be held accountable.

"General Alexei Maslov: Second ‘sudden death’ of high-ranking Russian military officers in 48 hours"

From Euro Weekly News  By Chris King • 27 December 2022 • 

"General Alexei Maslov became the second high-ranking Russian military officer to die ‘suddenly’ in the last 48 hours"

"Another high-ranking Russian officer has died suddenly. As reported by RBC, General Alexei Maslov, the former Commander-in-Chief of the Ground Forces of the Russian Federation and later RU military representative to NATO, passed away unexpectedly on Christmas day, Sunday, December 25."

"The 70-year-old died at Burdenko Main Military Hospital in Moscow. Maslov had worked at the tank manufacturing company, Uralvagonzavod. They are one of the largest [probably the largest] main battle tank manufacturers in the world."

Devoted readers to the blog draw your own conclusions.

Again and let me emphasize that failure not tolerated or an option! Stalin yesterday, Vlad today?


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