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Get MAX cushion and protection with the new Ghost MAX, stride smoothly in the Ghost 15, or try the waterproof Ghost 15 GTX.
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The new Ghost MAX
MAX cushion. MAX protection. Get soft landings with DNA LOFT v2 foam & easy heel-to-toe transitions thanks to our GlideRoll Rocker. Welcome to MAX, Ghost style.
Ghost 15 or Ghost MAX?
Get the reliably comfortable Ghost 15 for a soft feel and smooth ride, or try the more protective Ghost MAX with high-stacked cushioning and a roomier feel.
Ghost 15 GTX
More cushion. Less footprint.
Say hello to a full lineup of certified CarbonNeutral® Ghost shoes, committed to using more recycled material and producing fewer greenhouse gas emissions.
Original price $140 Current price $89.95
Ghost 14 GTX
Original price $160 Current price $119.95
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Gear up for a smooth ride with Ghost road running shoes for men and women. Made for everyday runs, nothing’s slowing your stride as you glide from roadways to sidewalks or go lap after lap on the track. The best road running shoes for cushion and comfort What makes Ghost men’s and women’s running shoes so comfortable to wear? Your comfort is prioritized. Each pair is designed with DNA LOFT midsole technology that cushions your unique steps. Durable enough to hold up to your routine, Ghost road running shoes give you a soft landing on any course. Keep up your pace with road running shoes that give you a smooth transition for every step. Ghost running shoes stretch and adapt for a snug fit on your foot. Along with great fit, support from a soft midsole and Segmented Crash Pad ease you through your runner’s flow. Looking for running shoes made for more than movement? We’re paving the way toward net-zero greenhouse gas emissions thanks to designs like the Green Silence Ghost 15 running shoes. You still get the same performance from one of our most comfortable running shoes, designed to have a lower impact on the environment with 39.4% of total shoe weight made from recycled materials. Want to see how Ghost men's and women's running shoes can take your run to the max? Choose the Ghost Max shoes designed to do the most. Combining super stacked DNA LOFT v2 Foam for soft landings with GlideRoll Rocker soles for easy heel-to-transitions, you can feel the difference with every step. It’s everything you need out of comfortable men’s or women’s running shoes built for the ultimate cushioning and ultimate protection.
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- Ukraine is at risk of running out of air defense weapons and needs urgent help from the West to defend itself, defense analysts said Monday.
- Russia has deployed a wave of drone attacks to damage and destroy Ukrainian energy facilities.
- RUSI analysts said Kyiv needs more air defense weapons from the West, or risks running out of equipment that has, so far, enabled it to combat Russian air attacks.
Ukraine is at risk of running out of air defense weapons and needs urgent help from the West to defend itself, analysts at the Royal United Services Institute said Monday.
Russia has bombarded the country over recent weeks with a tide of cheap Iran-supplied drones which are destroying the country's energy infrastructure.
"The West must avoid complacency about the need to urgently bolster Ukrainian air-defence capacity," defense and security think tank RUSI said.
Moscow and Tehran have denied that there is a deal for Iran to supply Russia — a country with limited supply options due to international sanctions — with weapons. However, the Iranian government acknowledged for the first time Saturday that it had sent a number of drones to Russia, but insisted this was before Russia invaded Ukraine .
The U.S. Special Envoy for Iran Robert Malley rejected that claim, saying Tehran supplied drones to Russia in the summer.
RUSI analysts Justin Bronk, Jack Watling and Nick Reynolds published their new report on Ukraine's air defenses as Russia increasingly relies on Iranian Shahed-136 drones to disable Ukraine's energy networks.
"If Ukrainian SAMs [surface-to-air missile systems] are not resupplied with ammunition, and ultimately augmented and replaced with Western equivalents over time, Russian Aerospace Forces [the VKS] will regain the ability to pose a major threat," the analysts said.
On Sunday night, Ukraine's president, Volodymyr Zelenskyy, said the Iranian regime was helping Russia prolong the war, saying "if it was not for the Iranian supply of weapons to the aggressor, we would be closer to peace now." He also warned that Russia needed Iranian missiles for a "possible repetition of mass attacks on our infrastructure."
For its part, Ukraine continues to plead for more air defense weapons to help it combat Russian drone and missile attacks. RUSI's analysts agree that Ukraine requires urgent assistance to ensure that "Kyiv can counter Moscow's updated approach to the air war in Ukraine."
Strategic air attacks
In the early months of the war against Ukraine, Russia's attempts at strategic air attacks were limited to expensive cruise and ballistic missile barrages and were on a much more limited scale, RUSI's experts said, noting that "these failed to achieve strategically decisive damage during the first seven months of the invasion."
In the last few months, however, Russia has deployed hundreds of explosive-carrying drones supplied by Iran that have been used to target Ukraine's energy infrastructure, depriving hundreds of thousands of people of water and electricity as colder temperatures set in.
Essentially propeller-powered missiles, these drones are cheap to buy; reports suggest they cost around $20,000 per unit, compared with a cruise missile that can cost several million dollars. Also, while they aren't able to perform sophisticated maneuvers and contain smaller quantities of explosives to conventional missiles, they can be sent in "swarms" to loiter above their target and are harder for radar systems to detect.
Images showed Kyiv's police attempting to shoot down drones during an attack last month that targeted residential buildings and energy facilities.
RUSI's defense analysts said the use of Iranian drones had changed the character of Russia's air attack strategy, noting that the latest iteration "is a more focused and sustainable bombardment of the Ukrainian electricity grid, blending hundreds of cheap Iranian-supplied Shahed-136 loitering munitions against substations with continued use of cruise and ballistic missiles against larger targets."
What Ukraine needs
In the short term, according to RUSI, Ukraine needs large numbers of additional man-portable air defense systems, known as "MANPADS," and radar-guided anti-aircraft guns, such as the Gepard.
These will "sustain and increase its ability to intercept the Shahed-136s and protect its remaining power infrastructure and repairs to damaged facilities," the analysts added.
"In the medium term, Ukraine needs cost-effective ways to defend itself against the Shahed-136," they said, also noting that the Ukrainian Air Force needs modern Western fighter jets and missiles to sustainably counter Russian Aerospace Forces, or VKS. "Russian pilots have been cautious throughout the war, so even a small number of Western fighters [jets] could have a major deterrent effect."
Cause of Moscow passenger jet crash that killed 41, including an American, under investigation
Bad weather may have been a factor, authorities said.
MOSCOW -- Russian investigators examining the fiery crash landing of a passenger plane at a Moscow airport that killed 41 people, said on Monday they were focused on pilot error, failings among ground staff, bad weather and technical faults as possible causes.
The Aeroflot flight carrying 78 people was engulfed in flames as it made an emergency landing at Moscow's Sheremetyevo Airport on Sunday, careening down the runway streaming a huge trail of fire.
Authorities said 37 passengers managed to escape down evacuation slides as the aircraft's rear was entirely consumed. But the other 41 passengers, including at least one child, are now believed dead.
Russia’s transportation minister, Yevgeny Dietrich, told reporters on Monday that 41 bodies have been recovered from the charred wreckage that was still laying on the runway.
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The State Department confirmed reports that among the dead was one American. Friends named him as Jeremy Brooks, a 22 year-old from New Mexico. According to his former boss, Ivan Valdez, Brooks had traveled to Russia to take on a job as a fishing guide.
"I think it was more of a state of shock for all of us," Valdez told ABC News. "To us Jeremy was invincible."
Russian investigators on Monday pressed on in trying to establish what caused the crash.
Russia’s Investigative Committee, which handles major crimes, said the plane’s flight recorders had been found sent the from analysis.
Russian investigators said they are examining several theories about what led to the disaster, including a mishandling of technical inspections by the ground crew or air traffic controllers, inexperience among the pilots, an aircraft malfunction or poor weather conditions.
The plane, a Russian-built Sukhoi Superjet 100, took off from Moscow bound for the northern city of Murmansk, but had to turn back after running into unspecified "technical difficulties" less than 30 minutes later, with the pilot requesting an emergency landing.
It was not until the plane reached the runway, however, that the fire broke out, the committee said in a statement. CCTV footage broadcast on Russian state television showed the plane's fuselage bouncing off the runaway high into the air before slamming back down, seeming to cause its left engine to explode.
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It was unclear what forced the pilots to attempt the emergency landing, but there were a number of reports suggesting the plane ran into bad weather and had been struck by lightning.
A popular Russian social media news messenger, Baza, published an audio interview with who it said was the plane's pilot, Denis Yevdokimov, in which he described losing radio communications and partial autopilot control after being hit by lightning.
"The fire was after landing, as far as I understand. Probably the cause is in that," Yevdokimov said in the audio interview. Yevdokimov did not explain why the plane had landed so hard, saying he had believed it had come in at a usual speed.
The interview could not be authenticated, but a stewardess aboard the flight, Tatiana Kasatkina, also told Russian television the plane had run into hail and lightning. Another passenger, Pyotr Egorov, also said the plane was struck.
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"We were flying and lightning struck the plane," Egorov told the tabloid Komsomolskaya Pravda. "The plane turned back, there was a hard landing. We almost lost consciousness from fear. The plane jumped off the runway, like a grasshopper."
The plane’s flight attendants have been praised for helping people escape, guiding them to the evacuation slides despite the terrifying scenes. Russian media has hailed Maksim Moiseyev, a 22 year-old flight attendant, after it was reported he died having stayed aboard fighting to open the rear doors of the plane, trying to get more people out.
Questions also quickly focused on the model of the plane. The Sukhoi Superjet 100, the first new Russian passenger jet developed since the Soviet Union, has a troubled history and has struggled to find buyers outside Russia, amid worries about its reliability and safety record.
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In 2017, Russia’s aviation authority ordered inspection of all Superjets in the country over problems with the plane’s horizontal stabilizers. Recently, the largest foreign user of the Superjets, Mexico’s Interjet, reportedly sought to return the planes after it had to ground several.
The Investigative Committee has opened a criminal probe into the crash to examine whether there were any safety violations.
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Russian investigators continued to examine the wreckage on Monday; a large crane later lifted the broken shell of the plane to allow the runway to reopen.
Sheremetyevo Airport was largely operating as normal Monday, despite the closure of one runway for most of the day. Dozens of flights were delayed or diverted the night before.
ABC News' Conor Finnegan contributed reporting from the State Department.
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