Thanks for the link to this MoD Piece. When I went through all the Digital Globe imagery in July 2014, I wondered how the vegetation on the upper left side would show in any image between July 2 and July 14th (as there were no Google-Earth Images within this timeframe), and was especially interested in the one that was made on July 12. Since I'm not Bellingcat and also don't want to spend a lot of money in acquiring this image, I thought I will never know. Now this MoD presentation showed exactly this image from July 12th (Slide 3) in a much higher resolution than the preview image on DG. So thank you very much Trailspotter Thanks to your link I can be sure now, that the MoD picture from July 14th was 100 % wrongly dated. I had it at 95 % until today as there was still a slight chance that the vegetation can increase quite a lot within 12 days. But within 2 days, from July 12th to July 14th, that is quite impossible. The last line of defense for correct dating of russian MoD sat images just fell apart.