Leningrad Military District 2010 ja ne toiset

Hejsan

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Combat formations:
25th Guards Independent Motor-Rifle Brigade "Sevastopol - Latvian Rifles", in Vladimirsky Lager equipped with MT-LBV
138th Guards Independent Motor-Rifle Brigade "Krasnoselskaya", in Kamenka equipped with MT-LBV
200th Guards Independent Motor-Rifle Brigade "Pechenga", in Pechenga equipped with MT-LBV
216th Reserve Base (4th Independent Motor-Rifle Brigade), in Petrozavodsk
2nd Independent Spetsnaz Brigade, in Cherekhi
56th Guards District Training Center "Krasnoselskyy"
Missile and Artillery formations:
26th Missile Brigade "Nemanskaya", in Luga
9th Guards Artillery Brigade "Kelecko-Berlin", in Luga
7014th Artillery Reserve Base, in Luga
Air-defence formations:
5th Air-defence Brigade equipped with the Buk missile system
1013th Air-defence Center
Engineering formations:
140th Guards Engineer Regiment "Kingisepskyy", in Kerro Vsevolozhskyy
7022nd Engineer Reserve Base
NBC-defence formations:
10th Independent NBC-defence Battalion, in Sertolovo
Signal formations:
95th (Communications Hub) Signal Brigade "50th years of USSR"
132nd (Territorial) Signal Brigade "Konstancskaya"
60th Signal Center
1269th Independent Electronic Warfare Center
140th Independent (Rear) Signal Battalion

The 138th Guards Motor Rifle Brigade at Kamenka was deployed for operations during the Second Chechen War, in which, along with other Russian Ground Forces units, its personnel was reported to have behaved badly at times. A 22-year old woman in Ingushetia was shot by drunken soldiers from the brigade scavenging for alcohol. The deployment of a tank battalion of the brigade was apparently halted when it was discovered that soldiers had been selling the explosive from their tanks' reactive armour. The second fully operational brigade in the district, the 200th Motor Rifle Brigade descends from the World War II-era 45th Rifle Division, which later became the 131st Motor Rifle Division.

According to Soldat.ru online forum conversation in August 2007, as from 1 December 2006 the 35th Base for Storage of Weapons & Equipment, a former motor rifle division, at Alakurtti, was disbanded.

The Airborne Forces' 76th Air Assault Division is also based within the district's boundaries, at Pskov
 

Hejsan

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#2
Moscow Military District 2010



Combat formations:
4th Guards Independent Tank Brigade "Kantemir", in Naro-Fominsk
5th Guards Independent Motor-Rifle Brigade "Taman", in Kalininec equipped with BTR
6th Independent Tank Brigade "Chentokhovskaya", in Mulino
9th Guards Independent Motor-Rifle Brigade, in Nizhny Novgorod equipped with BMP
16th Independent Spetsnaz Brigade, in (Tambov)
27th Guards Independent Motor-Rifle Brigade, in Vidnoye equipped with BMP
Operational Group of Russian Forces in Transnistria
99th Reserve Base (13th Independent Motor-Rifle Brigade), in Tver
262nd Reserve Base (1st Independent Tank Brigade), in Boguchar
467th District Training Center, in Kovrov
Missile and Artillery formations:
45th Heavy Artillery Brigade "Svir", in Tambov
79th Guards MLRS Brigade, in Tver
112th Guards Missile Brigade, in Shuya
288th Artillery Brigade "Warsaw-Brandenburg", in Mulino
448th Missile Brigade, in Durnevo
7015th Artillery Reserve Base, in Mulino
Air-defence formations:
53rd Air-defence Missile Brigade, in Kursk equipped with the Buk missile system
886th Air-defence Command Center
Radar formations:
70th Independent Radio Technical Brigade, in Naro-Fominsk
51st Independent Radio Technical Battalion, in Dmitriev-Lgovskyy
Engineering formations:
7th Independent Engineer Regiment, in Belev
841st Independent Engineer Battalion
NBC-defence formations:
27th Independent NBC-defence Brigade, in Kursk
465th Independent NBC-defence Battalion, in Kineshma
Signal formations:
1st Signal Brigade "Sevastopol", in Selyatino
16th Independent Electronic Warfare Brigade
119th Signal Brigade, in Selyatino
147th Independent (Rear) Signal Battalion

Formations of the Airborne Forces, including the 98th Guards Airborne Division and 106th Guards Airborne Division "Tula", also are based within the District's boundaries, but report directly to VDV headquarters
 

Hejsan

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#3
North Caucasus Military District 2010



Combat formations:
8th Guards Independent (Mountain) Motor-Rifle Brigade "Shavlinskayy", in Borzoy equipped with BMP
10th Independent Spetsnaz Brigade, in Molkino
17th Guards Independent Motor-Rifle Brigade, in Shali equipped with MT-LBV
18th Guards Independent Motor-Rifle Brigade, in Khankala and Kalininskaya equipped with BTR
19th Independent Motor-Rifle Brigade "Voronezh-Shumlinskaya", in Vladikavkaz
20th Guards Independent Motor-Rifle Brigade "Carpathian-Berlin", in Volgograd equipped with BMP
22nd Guards Independent Spetsnaz Brigade, in Bataysk
33rd Independent (Mountain) Reconnaissance Brigade, in Botlikh equipped with MT-LBV
34th Independent (Mountain) Motor-Rifle Brigade, in Zelenchukskaya equipped with MT-LBV
56th Guards Independent Airborne Brigade, in Kamyshin
100th Independent (Experimental) Reconnaissance Brigade, recently formed in Mozdok
136th Guards Independent Motor-Rifle Brigade "Uman-Berlin", in Buynaksk equipped with BMP
205th Independent Motor-Rifle Brigade, in Budennovsk equipped with MT-LBV
4th Guards Military Base "Vapnyarsko-Berlin", in South Ossetia
7th Military Base "Krasnodar", in Abkhazia
102nd Red Order Military Base, based in Armenia
73rd Independent Motor-Rifle Brigade, in Yerevan
76th Independent Motor-Rifle Brigade, in Gyumri
Missile and Artillery formations:
1st Guards Missile Brigade "Orsha", in Krasnodar
291st Artillery Brigade, in Maykop
439th Guards MLRS Brigade "Perekop", in Znamensk
943rd MLRS Regiment, in Maykop
7016th Artillery Reserve Base, in Maykop
573rd Independent Artillery Reconnaissance Battalion
Air-defence formations:
67th Air-defence Missile Brigade, in Volgograd equipped with the Buk missile system
1138th Air-defence Command Center
Radar formations:
131st Independent Radio-technical Brigade, in Rostov-on-Don
48th Independent Radio-Technical Battalion, in Vladikavkaz
Engineering formations:
11th Engineer Regiment, in Prokhladny
57th Independent Engineer Battalion
NBC-defence formations:
118th Independent NBC-defence Battalion, in Frolovo
860th Independent Flamethrower Battalion, in Oktyabrsky
Signal formations:
175th (Communications Hub) Signal Brigade "Luninetsko-Lipskaya"
176th (Territorial) Signal Brigade
234th Independent Signal Regiment
148th Independent (Rear) Signal Battalion
395th Independent Signal Battalion
97th Independent Electronic Warfare Battalion, in Vladikavkaz
1270th Independent Electronic Warfare Center, in Kovalevka
Other formations:
32nd Material Support Regiment, in Stavropol
474th Transport Battalion, in Millerov

7th Guards (Mountain) Airborne Division, in Novorossiysk (under command of the Russian Airborne Troops (VDV) Command in Moscow)
108th Guards Airborne Regiment, in Novorossiysk
247th Guards Air-Assault Regiment "Caucasian Cossacks", in Stavropol
1141st Guards Artillery Regiment, in Anapa
 

Hejsan

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#4
Volga-Ural Military District 2010



Combat formations:
7th Guards Independent Tank Brigade "Orenburg Cossacks", in Chebarkul
15th Guards Independent Motor-Rifle Brigade "Berlin", in Roschinskyy equipped with BTR
21st Guards Independent Motor-Rifle Brigade "Omsk-Novoburg", in Totskoye equipped with BMP
23rd Guards Independent Motor-Rifle Brigade "Petrakuvskaya", in Kryazh equipped with BTR
28th Independent Motor-Rifle Brigade "Simferopol", in Yekaterinburg equipped with BMP
201st Military Base "Gatchinskaya", in Dushanbe (Tajikistan)
3rd Guards Independent Spetsnaz Brigade "Warsaw-Berlin", in Roschinskyy
473rd District Training Center, in Elanskyy (just west of Kamyshlov in Sverdlovsk Oblast
31st Guard Independent Airborne Brigade, in Ulyanovsk (under command of the Russian Airborne Troops (VDV) Command in Moscow)
Missile and Artillery formations:
92nd Missile Brigade, in Kamenka
119th Missile Brigade, in Elanskyy
385th Guards Artillery Brigade "Odessa", in Bershet
950th MLRS Regiment, in Buzuluk
Artillery Reserve Base, in Buzuluk
581st Independent Artillery Reconnaissance Battalion
Air-defence formations:
297th Air-defence Missile Brigade, in Alkino-2 (Ufa) equipped with the Buk missile system
Radar formations:
40th Independent Radio Technical Brigade, in Marks
173rd Independent Radio Technical Battalion, in Samara
Engineering formations:
56th Engineer Regiment, in Alkino
774th Independent Engineer Battalion, in Chebarkul
7025th Engineer Reserve Base
NBC-defence formations:
29th Independent NBC-defence Brigade, in Yekaterinburg
319th Independent NBC-defence Battalion, in Chpayevsk
Signal formations:
59th (Communications Hub) Signal Brigade "Sivashskaya", in Yekaterinburg
179th (Territorial) Signal Brigade
191st Independent Signal Regiment, in Samara
153rd Independent (Rear) Signal Battalion
836th Independent Signal Battalion
1583rd Independent Electronic Warfare Battalion

Today the District comprises the Republic of Bashkortostan, the Republic of Mari El, the Republic of Mordovia, the Republic of Tatarstan, the Udmurt Republic, the Chuvash Republic, Kirov, Kurgan, Orenburg, Penza, Perm, Samara, Sverdlovsk, Tyumen, Ulyanovsk, and Chelyabinsk Oblasts, and the Komi-Permyak, Khanty-Mansiysk, and Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous Okrugs
 

Hejsan

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#5
Siberian Military District 2010



Combat formations:
36th Army, Ulan Ude
5th Guards Independent Tank Brigade "Don-Budapest", in Divizionaya equipped with T-90
36th Guards Independent Motor-Rifle Brigade "Lozovskaya", in Borzya equipped with BMP-3 and T-72
37th Guards Independent Motor-Rifle Brigade "Tachinskaya", in Kyakhta equipped with BMP
187th Reserve Base (86th Independent Motor-Rifle Brigade) in Nizhneudinsk
227th Reserve Base (87th Independent Motor-Rifle Brigade) in Divizionaya
41st Army, Novosibirsk
32nd Independent Motor-Rifle Brigade "Leningrad-Pavlovskaya", in Shilovo equipped with BTR and T-90
35th Independent Motor-Rifle Brigade "Volgograd-Kiev", in Aleysk equipped with BMP-2 and T-72
74th Guards Independent Motor-Rifle Brigade "Zvenigorod-Berlin", in Yurga equipped with BMP-3 and T-72
103rd Reserve Base (84th Independent Motor-Rifle Brigade), in Shilovo
104th Reserve Base (85th Independent Motor-Rifle Brigade), in Aleysk
225th Reserve Base (29th Independent Motor-Rifle Brigade), in Yasnaya
11th Independent Airborne Brigade, in Ulan-Ude
24th Independent Spetsnaz Brigade, in Irkutsk
212th Guards District Training Center, in Chita
Missile and Artillery formations:
103rd Missile Brigade in Ulan-Ude
232nd MLRS Brigade in Shelekhov
120th Artillery Brigade in Shelekhov
200th Artillery Brigade in Drovnaya
7018th Artillery Reserve Base in Drovnaya
7019th Artillery Reserve Base in Shelekhov
Air-defence formations:
36th Army
140th Air-defence Missile Brigade in Telemba
792nd Air-defence Command Center
41st Army
61st Air-defence Missile Brigade
868th Air-defence Command Center
Engineering formations:
27th Engineer Regiment in Yasnaya (36th Army)
60th Engineer Regiment in Novosibirsk (41st Army)
457th Independent Engineer Battalion
NBC-defence formations:
11th Independent Flamethrower Battalion in Drovyanaya
126th Independent NBC-defence Battalion in Borzya (36th Army)
254th Independent NBC-defence Battalion in Topchinkha (41st Army)
Signal formations:
50th (Territorial) Signal Brigade
101st (Communications Hub) Signal Brigade "Khinganskaya" in Chita
1271st Electronic Warfare Center in Divizionaya
175th Independent Signal Regiment in Borzya (36th Army)
235th Independent Signal Regiment in Kochenevo (41st Army)
154th Independent (Rear) Signal Battalion
Logistic formations:
53rd Material Support Regiment in Chita
 

Hejsan

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#6
Far Eastern Military District 2010



Combat formations:
5th Army, in Ussuriysk
57th Guards Independent Motor-Rifle Brigade "Krasnodar", in Bikin equipped with BMP
59th Independent Motor-Rifle Brigade, in Sergeyevka equipped with BMP
60th Independent Motor-Rifle Brigade, in Kamen-Rybolov equipped with BMP
70th Guards Independent Motor-Rifle Brigade "Dukhovshchino-Khinganskaya", in Barabash equipped with MT-LBV
237th Reserve Base (89th Independent Motor-Rifle Brigade), in Bikin
245th Reserve Base (93rd Independent Motor-Rifle Brigade), in Lesozavodsk
247th Reserve Base (94th Independent Motor-Rifle Brigade), in Sibirtsevo
35th Army, in Belogorsk
38th Guards Independent Motor-Rifle Brigade, in Yekaterinoslavka equipped with BMP
64th Independent Motor-Rifle Brigade, in Khabarovsk equipped with BMP
69th Independent Brigade "Svir-Pomerania", in Babstovo
240th Reserve Base (90th Independent Motor-Rifle Brigade), in Belogorsk
243rd Reserve Base (92nd Independent Motor-Rifle Brigade), in Khabarovsk
261st Reserve Base (95th Independent Motor-Rifle Brigade), in Mokhovaya Pad
18th Machine Gun-Artillery Division, in Goryachie Klyuchi
46th Machine Gun-Artillery Regiment
49th Machine Gun-Artillery Regiment
14th Independent Spetsnaz Brigade, in Ussuriysk
39th Independent Motor-Rifle Brigade, in Khomutovo equipped with MT-LBV
83rd Independent Airborne Brigade, in Ussuriysk
230th Reserve Base (88th Independent Motor-Rifle Brigade), in Dachnoye
392nd District Training Center, in Knyaze-Volkonskoye
Missile and Artillery formations:
20th Guards Missile Brigade "Berlin", in Spassk-Dalny
107th Missile Brigade "Mozir", in Birobidzhan
165th Artillery Brigade "Prague", in Nikolskoye
305th Artillery Brigade, in Ussuriysk
338th Guards MLRS Brigade "Nevsko-Dvinskaya", Novosisoyevka
7020th Artillery Reserve Base "Kharbin", in Ussuriysk
7021st Artillery Reserve Base, in Nikolskoye
Air-defence formations:
5th Army
8th Air-defence Missile Brigade "Shavlinskaya" equipped with the Buk missile system
641st Air-defence Command Center
35th Army
71st Air-defence Missile Brigade equipped with the Buk missile system
643rd Air-defence Command Center
Radar formations:
76th Independent Radio Technical Brigade, in Vyatskoye
94th Independent Radio Technical Battalion, in Ussuriysk (5th Army)
1889th Independent Radio Technical Battalion, in Belogorsk (35th Army)
Engineering formations:
37th Engineer Regiment (35th Army)
58th Engineer Regiment (5th Army)
2463rd Independent Engineer Battalion, in Ussuriysk
7027th Engineer Reserve Base
NBC-defence formations:
16th Independent NBC-defence Brigade, in Galkino
70th Independent Flamethrower Battalion, in Razdolnoye
122nd Independent NBC-defence Battalion, in Ussuriysk (5th Army)
135th Independent NBC-defence Battalion, in Khabarovsk (35th Army)
Signal formations:
17th Independent Electronic Warfare Brigade
104th (Communications Hub) Signal Brigade "Kluzh", in Khabarovsk
106th (Territorial) Signal Brigade
54th Signal Regiment (35th Army)
86th Signal Regiment (5th Army)
156th Independent (Rear) Signal Battalion
 

Hejsan

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#7
Baltic Fleet 2008

As of 2008 the Baltic Fleet included about 75 combat ships of various types. The main bases is in Baltiysk and a second operational base is in Kronshtadt. The Leningrad Naval Base is an administrative entity that is not a discrete geographic location but comprises all of the naval institutions and facilities in the St. Petersburg area. Operational forces include:

Submarines
1 St. Petersburg /Lada class submarine (not yet commissioned)
2 Kilo class submarines
Destroyers / Frigates
2 Sovremennyy class destroyers
2 Neustrashimy class frigates (second just entered service)
2 Krivak class frigates
Corvettes
1 Steregushchiy class corvette ( a second corvette will join the fleet in 2010)
5 Nanuchka class corvettes
8 Parchim class corvettes
Amphibious ships
4 Ropucha class landing ship
Missile / Patrol boats
7 Tarantul class corvettes
4 Pauk class corvette
Minesweepers
5 Sonya class minesweeper
1 Natya class minesweeper
6 Lida class minesweeper
Naval Aviation
The fleet's aviation arm currently comprises:
689th Independent Fighter Aviation Regiment - Kaliningrad Chkalovsk - operating Su-27;
4th Independent Naval Assault Aviation Regiment - Chernyakhovsk Air Base - operating Su-24M/MR;
125th Independent Helicopter Squadron - HQ at Chkalovsk - operating Mi-8, Mi-24 (this was the former 288th Independent Helicopter Regt of the 11th Guards Army and used to be at Nivenskoye);
396th Independent Shipborne Anti-Submarine Helicopter Squadron - Donskoye Air Base - Ka-27/PS, Ka-29;
398th Independent Air Transport Squadron - HQ at Khrabrovo - An-2, An-12, An-24, An-26, Be-12, Mi-8.
The fleet's aviation units were equipped with a total of 23 Su-27, 26 Su-24, 14 An-12/24/26, 2 An-12 Cub (MR/EW), 11 Mi-24 Hind, 19 Ka-28 Helix, 8 Ka-29 Helix assault helicopters, and 17 Mi-8 Hip transport helicopters in 2007, according to the IISS.
Ground and Coastal Forces of the Baltic Fleet
In the late 1990s the 336th Independent Guards Naval Infantry Brigade and the remnant of the 11th Guards Army of the Baltic Military District were combined and the new organization named the Ground and Coastal Forces of the Baltic Fleet. The 11th Guards Army remnant included the 7th Guards Motor Rifle Brigade and 18th Guards Motor Rifle Division, plus several Bases for Storage of Weapons and Equipment, holding enough vehicles and weaponry for a division but only having a few hundred men assigned to maintain the equipment and guard the bases.
 
#8
Venäjä suuntaa sotilaallisen katseensa noiden lukujen valossa etelään ja itään (kaakkoon)...
 

Hejsan

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#9
juhapar kirjoitti:
Venäjä suuntaa sotilaallisen katseensa noiden lukujen valossa etelään ja itään (kaakkoon)...
Joo, kyllä ihan uudet tietot...wikipedasta!!!!:)
 
#10
Hejsanille kiitokset kun laittoi taulukot sivustolle.

Leningradin alueen osalta silmään pistää viestijoukkojen määrä suhteessa käyttövalmiiseen yksikköjen määrään. Todennäköisesti reservistä perustetaan paljon enemmän joukkoja mahdollisen kriisin yllättäessä.

Mitä taas tulee noihin joukkojen painotuksiin niin havainnot ovat aivan oikeita. Venäjä tietää varsin hyvin ettei NATO ole hyökkäämässä Venäjälle. NATO maiden ryhtyminen sotaan vaatisi vähintään hyökkäyksen Itä-Euroopalaisen NATO:n jäsenen kimppuun tai todella laajamittaisen kansanmurhan (pienen kansanmurhan voi toteuttaa kuten on nähty).

Kiina taas on toista maata. Kiinan asevoimien toimintakyky ei ole aikaisemmin ollut kovin häävi johtuen Kiinalaisista ns. poliittisista välttämättömyyksistä. Vietnamissa saatu selkäsauna oli opetus asevoimien tilasta. Toisaalta viimeiset 20 vuotta Kiina on häpeilemättä kokeillut ja kopioinut toimintamalleja lähes kaikista mahdollisista lähteistä. Tavanomainen aseteollisuus on iskussa kun kiinalaisia aseita on virrannut kehitysmaiden konflikteihin. Elektroniikka- ja lentokoneteollisuuskin alkaa olla jo vähitellen kohtuullisessa kuosissa. Käyttöön tulevat ohjussukellusveneet myös mahdollistavat sen ettei Kiinan ydiniskukykyä ainakaan Venäläisten toimesta pystytä lamauttamaan missään olosuhteissa.

Kiinalaisissa rajamaakunnissa asuu valtavat määrät ihmisiä. Venäläiset rajamaakunnat ovat harvaan asuttua syrjäseutua. Suuret määrät kiinalaisia on muuttanut venäjän Siperiaan. Kiinalaiset siirtolaiset käyvät omia koulujaan venäjällä ja tuovat muutenkin uutta aktivisuutta alueelle. Kiinalaisten siirtolaisten uskollisuus vanhalle kotimaalleen on lähes legendaarista. Kiinan väestö paisuu ja venäjän rajantakaiset syrjäseudut jatkavat hiljaiseloaan. Tulevaisuus tulee näyttämään kuinka käy?
 

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#11
Tyyppi-094 sukellusveneitä kiinalaisilla on wikipedian mukaan käytössä 3kpl tällä hetkellä.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Type_094

Millähän tasolla nuo ovat laadullisesti... uskaltaako kukaan arvioida? Epäilisin että ovat samaa luokkaa Deltojen kanssa.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Delta_class_submarine
 

baikal

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#12
Georgian sota näytti kyllä myös sen, mihin suuntaan Venäjä on hiissannut toimintatapojaan....tarkoittaa, että sillä on ja aikoo hankkia lisää kykyä siirtää nopsaan tahtiin joukkoja ja kalustoa kulloiseenkin pisteeseen. Pikkunaapureiden osalta tämä tuo haasteensa: Venäjä pystynee aloittamaan ainakin alueellisen hyökkäyksen hyvin nopeasti. Toki tuollainen hyökkäys on rajatuin tavoittein, mutta eiköhän siinäkin ole jo ihan tarpeeksi tietämistä.

Kannattaa seurata, kenellä on mielenkiintoa, miten etenee heikäläinen kopterijoukkojen uudistaminen. Sanokaa sanoneen, siihen aselajiin ei satsata suunsa mauksi ja siksi, että se on niin coolia. Jos puolet tavoitteesta täyttyy, niin on siinäkin aistimista puolustajalle kyllin.
 
#13
baikal kirjoitti:
Georgian sota näytti kyllä myös sen, mihin suuntaan Venäjä on hiissannut toimintatapojaan....tarkoittaa, että sillä on ja aikoo hankkia lisää kykyä siirtää nopsaan tahtiin joukkoja ja kalustoa kulloiseenkin pisteeseen. Pikkunaapureiden osalta tämä tuo haasteensa: Venäjä pystynee aloittamaan ainakin alueellisen hyökkäyksen hyvin nopeasti. Toki tuollainen hyökkäys on rajatuin tavoittein, mutta eiköhän siinäkin ole jo ihan tarpeeksi tietämistä.
Tsetsenia I:n jälkeenhän suomalaiset ja ulkolaiset toimittajat olivat sitä mieltä ettei venäjän asevoimista ole koskaan mihinkään. Tsetsenia II:n aikana tuli selväksi että oppi on mennyt perille. Vanhoja virheitä ei toistettu ja oli toimiva suunnitelma. Samalla tuli selväksi ettei Venäjä ole aivan mitätön sotilasvaltio jos se pystyy pitämään yli 100 000 miestä sotimassa vuosikaudet ilman reservien kutsumista palvelukseen.

Georgian sodan aikana pientä valtiollista vastuttajaa kurmootettiin kunnolla ja häntä koipien välissä saivat vetäytyä vihreiden barettien ja israelin konsulenttien kouluttamat ammattisotilaat.

Venäläiset tuntuvat ottavan tuon sotimisen käytännön hommana. Soditaan sillä mitä on eikä niillä parhailla kaluilla joita ei kuitenkaan saada tarpeeksi hankittua.

Kylmä sota ei ole tullut takaisin. Toisaalta täytyy muistaa, ettei Tallinna tai Helsinki ole Brysseli tai Pariisi. Tällä kertaa me olemme se puskurivaltio.
 
#14
Joo katon ylös niilä on 1000 T-55 ja 500 Mig-23 varastossa.

Jos sota tulle niin niilä on kalustoa.....

BTR-90 Armored personnel carrier ~80 Russia
BTR-80A Armored personnel carrier ~4,000 Soviet Union
BTR-70M1986/1 Armored personnel carrier ~1,600 Soviet Union
MT-LB Armored personnel carrier 2,300 Soviet Union Up to 5,000 more kept in storage.
BTR-D Armored personnel carrier ~510 Soviet Union
BMP-3 Infantry fighting vehicle ~550 Soviet Union
BMP-2E Infantry fighting vehicle 2,750 Soviet Union Up to 6,500 more in reserve/storage.
BMP-1P Infantry fighting vehicle 750 Soviet Union Up to 10,000 in reserve.
BMD-3/4 Infantry fighting vehicle ~120 Soviet Union Lightweight infantry fighting vehicle for airborne use. Up to 400 in storage. Mostly BMD-3 with some vehicles upgraded to BMD-4.
BMD-2 Infantry fighting vehicle ~360 Soviet Union Lightweight infantry fighting vehicle for airborne use. Up to 1,500 more in storage.
BMD-1P Infantry fighting vehicle ~720 Soviet Union Lightweight infantry fighting vehicle for airborne use. Up to 2,400 more in storage.
BRDM-2 Armored reconnaissance vehicle 2,000 Soviet Union Up to 6,000 in storage/reserve.
BRDM-3 Armored reconnaissance vehicle 2,000 Soviet Union Based on the BTR-80 armored personnel carrier.
BRM-1 Armored reconnaissance vehicle ~480 Soviet Union Based on the BMP-1 infantry fighting vehicle
T-90 Main battle tank ~400 Russia More on order through 2011.
T-80 Main battle tank 1,400 Soviet Union Up to 4,500 T-80s in inventory, though most are in storage.
T-72 Main battle tank 1,200 Soviet Union Up to 8,000 more kept in reserve/storage.
T-64 Main battle tank 4,300 Soviet Union Kept almost entirely in reserve/storage.
T-62 Main battle tank ~1,900 Soviet Union Kept in reserve/storage.
T-55 Main battle tank ~1,010 Soviet Union Kept in reserve/storage
 
#15
Tässä on "sotilasläänit"

 
#16
Venäjän "Laskuvarjojoukkot"

 
#17
Ei jumakauta kun niillä on tota rautaa varastoissa.... siinä olis Kiinalla ja NATOlla vähän ammuttavaa :O Tuskin riittää ammuksetkaan tollaseen rautaläjään.
 

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#18
Eipä noista taida kovin moni olla oikein hyvässä hapessa.
 
#20
baikal kirjoitti:
Teräsmies kirjoitti:
Eipä noista taida kovin moni olla oikein hyvässä hapessa.
Mutta kun puoletkin tuosta on vielä paljon....
Jos tuohon pilliin vielä kerran puhalletaan ja Venäjä on sijoittanut ehdottomaan painopistesuuntaansa eli Kiinan rajalle tarvittavan määrän joukkoja sekä varmistanut kakkossuunnan eli Kaukasian/ etelärajan, niin paljonko riittää Leningradin sotilaspiirin oikealle sivustalle "rautaa".