In the latest episode we find out that the French OSINT community believes that the invasion of Ukraine will not occur, but British and American OSINT communities do, who will be correct?

What is OSINT? Open-source intelligence (OSINT) is the collection and analysis of data gathered from open sources (overt and publicly available sources) to produce intelligence.

‘The OSINT Bunker’ is a defence and security based podcast aimed at expanding people’s knowledge of the geopolitical landscape. This episode features @DefenceGeek and @Osinttechnical with a guest appearance from @CasusBellii.

You can access previous episodes here or by visiting them on Twitter.

You can also visit our dedicated ‘The OSINT Bunker’ page here.

You can find the podcast on most audio streaming platforms, including Spotify and TuneIn.

George has a degree in Cyber Security from Glasgow Caledonian University and has a keen interest in naval and cyber security matters and has appeared on national radio and television to discuss current events. He also works for the NHS. George is on Twitter at @geoallison
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farouk
farouk
1 month ago

Its been reported that Moscow has emptied its camps and sent its troops towards the ukraine border as of this evening. if they do cross the Rubicon, it will take place on the 15th of Feb 2022. 33 years to the day Russian troops elft Afghanistan

Rob
Rob
1 month ago
Reply to  farouk

2 weeks to the Dnieper, 5 weeks to the Carpathians but then what? 40 million people, an area twice the size of France & a western backed insurgency, Putin would need to base hundreds of thousands of troops in the Ukraine for ever more.

He isn’t that stupid.

Watcherzero
Watcherzero
1 month ago
Reply to  farouk

Artillery are moving from their muster points to forward deployment positions 20 miles from the border, under their own power rather than on trailers. Helicopter gunships have also been forward deployed to the closest airfield to the border.

Watcherzero
Watcherzero
1 month ago
Reply to  Watcherzero

New bridge constructed on the 15th over the river Pripyat four miles from the Belarus-Ukraine border close to the Chernobyl region and about 80-90km from Kiev. Very low population area but quite marshy with a network of dirt tracks leading to Chernobyl from an abandoned Belarussian town nearby and from Chernobyl you have access to the Ukrainian highway network.

Amelia Smith on Twitter: “Recent Planet imagery of the Pripyat river in Belarus near the RU-UA border shows a new bridge having been constructed earlier today. https://t.co/cMTpMGrkHP” / Twitter

Last edited 1 month ago by Watcherzero