Leningrad Military District 2010 ja ne toiset

baikal

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Tuossa Mig31:ssa on jotain, jota me ei ymmärretä, panin sen topikin aiheeksikin siksi...arvelin, että jolla kulla olisi jotain tietoa siitä. Siihen on rakennettu jotain ylimääräistä, sanokaa sanoneen.
 

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baikal kirjoitti:
Tuossa Mig31:ssa on jotain, jota me ei ymmärretä, panin sen topikin aiheeksikin siksi...arvelin, että jolla kulla olisi jotain tietoa siitä. Siihen on rakennettu jotain ylimääräistä, sanokaa sanoneen.

Aikoinaan sain hyvän vinkin "Jos haluat ymmärtää venäläisen ilmapuolustuskenraalin ajatuksia niin laita kartta pois ja ota esille karttapallo!"

Mihin neuvostoliitto on tuollaista isoa kömpelöä mutta pitkän toimintasäteen, suuren nopeuden ja tehokkaan tutkan omaavaa konetta olisi tarvinnut? Lyhin lentoreitti Yhdysvalloista Venäjän pohjoisosiin on ylittää napajäätikkö. Siperiaan nousseet kaupungit luonnollisesti tarvitsivat suojaa risteilyohjuksilta eikä pahitteeksi olisi ollut vaikka B-52:t ja B-1b:t olisi napsittu jo kaukana rannikosta ennen kuin ne olisivat edes ehtineet laukaista ohjuksensa.

Toinen ilmiselvä käyttötarkoitus oli taistelu Atlantin herruudesta. Tuollaisella koneella olisi varmasti ollut kiva hätyytellä esim. Islannin ja Norjan välisellä merialueella toimivia suto-koneita. Myös ilmakuljetukset pohjoisella Atlantilla olisivat olleet turvattomia. Färsaarien tai Norjan rannikon valtaamisen jälkeen koneella olisi mukavasti saatellut vaikka Iso-Britanniaan tai merisaattueita vastaan hyökkäileviä Backfire pommittajia. Islannin valtaus olisi avannut myös koneelle melkoisen pelikentän.
 

juhapar

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Miettikääpä, millainen vehjes on brittien Tornado ADV ja mihin tarkoitukseen, voi hyvinkin verrata MiG-31:een.
 

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juhapar kirjoitti:
Miettikääpä, millainen vehjes on brittien Tornado ADV ja mihin tarkoitukseen, voi hyvinkin verrata MiG-31:een.

It is a long-range, twin-engine aircraft, originally designed to intercept Soviet bombers as they came in from the east to strike the United Kingdom.
Its primary purpose was to carry a large number of missiles and fly them far from base over the North Sea and Northern Atlantic; once on station it needed to have good endurance, and then be able to engage and destroy targets at long range.
 

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Strategic Deterrent Forces ε80,000 (includes personnel assigned from the Navy and Air Force)
Navy
SUBMARINES • STRATEGIC • SSBN 14
5 Delta III (1†) (3 based in Pacific Fleet, 2 based in Northern Fleet) (80 msl) each with 16 RSM-50 (SS-N-18) Stingray strategic SLBM;
4 Delta IV (3 based in Northern Fleet and 1 based in Pacific Fleet), (64 msl) each with 16 RSM-54 (SS-N-23) Skiff strategic SLBM;
2 Delta IV in refit in Northern Fleet (32 msl) each with 16 RSM-52 (SS-N-23) Skiff strategic SLBM;
2 Typhoon based in Northern Fleet (40 msl) each with 40 RSM-52 (SS-N-20) Sturgeon strategic SLBM;
1 Typhoon† in reserve based in Northern Fleet with capacity for 20 RSM- 52 (SS-N-20) Sturgeon strategic SLBM and 1+ Bulava (SS-N- 30) strategic SLBM(trials /testing);
1 Yury Dolgoruky (limited OC undergoing sea trials; 2 additional units in build)

Strategic Rocket Force Troops
3 Rocket Armies operating silo and mobile launchers with 430 missiles and 1,605 nuclear warheads organised in 12 divs (reducing to 8). Launcher gps normally with 10 silos (6 for SS-18) and one control centre
MSL • STRATEGIC 430
ICBM 385: 68 RS-20 (SS-18) Satan (mostly mod 4/5, 10 MIRV per msl); 180 RS12M (SS-25) Sickle (mobile single warhead); 72 RS18 (SS-19) Stiletto (mostly mod 3, 6 MIRV per msl.); 50 Topol-M (SS-27) silo-based/15 Topol M (SS-27) road mobile single warhead (5 regts); 1 regt RS-24 (MIRV)
Long-Range Aviation Command • 37th Air
Army
FORCES BY ROLE

Bbr 2 heavy div with 4 regt at 3 air bases operating 79 bbr carrying up to 856 LRCM
EQUIPMENT BY TYPE
AIRCRAFT • LRSA
79: 16 Tu-160 Blackjack each with up to 12 KH-55SM/RKV-500B (AS-15B Kent) nuclear ALCM;
32 Tu-95MS6 (Bear H-6) each with up to 6 Kh-55/RKV- 500A (AS-15A Kent) nuclear ALCM; 31 Tu-95MS16 (Bear H-16) each with up to 16 Kh-55/RKV-500A (AS-15A Kent) nuclear ALCM
Test ac 10: 5 Tu-95, 5 Tu-160
Warning Forces 3rd Space and Missile
Defence Army
ICBM/SLBM launch-detection capability
.
5 operationalsatellites
RADAR (9 stations) 1 ABM engagement system located at Sofrino (Moscow). Russia leases ground-based radar stations in Baranovichi (Belarus); Balkhash (Kazakhstan); Gaballa (Azerbaijan). It also has radars on its own territory at Lekhtusi, (St. Petersburg); Armavir, (southern Russia); Olenegorsk (northwest Arctic); Pechora (northwest Urals); Mishelevka (east Siberia).
MISSILE DEFENCE 2,064: 32 SH-11 Gorgon; 68 SH-08 Gazelle; 1,900 S-300PMU/SA-10 Grumble; 64 S-400 Growler/ SA-21 Triumf;
Space Forces 40,000
Formations and units withdrawn from Strategic Missile and Air Defence Forces to detect missile attack on the RF and its allies, to implement BMD, and to be responsible for military/dual-use spacecraft launch and control

Army ε205,000 (incl 35,000 AB); ε190,000
conscript (total 395,000)

6 Mil Districts. Transformation continues with large manpower reductions in senior and middle officer ranks, replacing and transferring the warrant officer class’
responsibilities to NCOs. There has been a rationalisation of structures and equipment to reflect existing organisations and equipment. The first priority was, from January to June, to reorganise 39 bdes. The second to reorganise by
December, combat support organisations.
FORCES BY ROLE
Comd 7 Army HQ
Tk 4 bde (each: 3 tk bn, 1 MR (BMP-2) bn, 1 armd recce bn, 1 arty regt, 1 SAM regt, 1 EW, 1 NBC, 1 engr coy)
MR 34 bde each (3 MR , 1 tk bn, 1 recce bn, 1 arty regt, 1 AT bn, 1 SAM regt, 1 EW, 1 NBC, 1 engr coy); 1 (coastal) bde; 1 trg regt
SF 9 (Spetsnaz) bde ; 1 SF Recce regt;
Air Aslt 2 bde (Ground Forces)
AB 4 (VdV) div (each: 2 para/air aslt regt, 1 arty regt); 1 (VdV) indep bde
Arty 1 div; 10 arty bde
SSM 10 bde each with 18 SS-21 Scarab (Tochka) (replacement by Iskander-M began during 2005 with 12 per bde)
MGA 1 div
AD 12 bde
EQUIPMENT BY TYPE
MBT 23,000: 250–300 T-90; 4,500 T-80/T-80UD/T-80UM/T- 80U; 9,500 T-72L/T-72M; 3,000 T-72; 4,000 T-64A/T-64B; 150 T-62, 350 in store; 1,200 T-55
LT TK 150 PT-76
RECCE 2,000+ BRDM-2
AIFV 15,180+: 1,500+ BMD-1/BMD-2/BMD-3; 8,100 BMP-1; 4,600 BMP-2; 280 BMP-3; 700 BRM-1K; BTR-80A
APC9,900+
APC (T) 5,000: 700 BTR-D; 3,300 MT-LB; 1,000 BTR 50
APC (W) 4,900+: 4,900 BTR-60/BTR-70/BTR-80; BTR-90
ARTY 26,121+
SP 6,010: 122mm 2,780 2S1 Carnation; 152mm 3,100: 550 2S19 Farm; 1,600 2S3; 950 2S5; 203mm 130 2S7
TOWED 12,765: 122mm 8,350: 4,600 D-30; 3,750 M-30 M-1938; 130mm 650 M-46; 152mm 3,725: 1,100 2A36; 750 2A65; 1,075 D-20; 700 M-1943; 100 ML-20 M-1937; 203mm 40 B-4M
GUN/MOR 820+
SP 120mm 820: 30 2S23 NONA-SVK; 790 2S9 NONA-S
TOWED 120mm 2B16 NONA-K
MRL 3,976+: 122mm 2,970: 2,500 BM-21; 50 BM-16; 420 9P138; 132mm BM-13; 140mm BM-14; 220mm 900 9P140 Uragan; 300mm 106 9A52 Smerch
MOR 2,550
SP 240mm 430 2S4
TOWED 2,120: 120mm 1,820: 920 2S12; 900 PM-38; 160mm 300 M-160
AT
MSL • MANPATS AT-2 3K11 Swatter; AT-3 9K11 Sagger; AT-4 9K111 Spigot; AT-5 9K113 Spandrel; AT-6 9K114 Spiral; AT-7 9K115 Saxhorn; AT-9 9M114M1 Ataka; AT-10 9K116 Stabber
RCL 73mm SPG-9; 82mm B-10
RL 64mm RPG-18 Fly; 73mm RPG-16/RPG-22 Net/RPG- 26/RPG-7 Knout; 105mm RPG-27/RPG-29
GUNS 526+
SP 57mm ASU-57; 85mm ASU-85; D-44/SD44
TOWED 526 100mmT-12A/M-55; T-12
AD
SAM 2,465+
SP2,465+: 220 SA-4 A/B Ganef (twin) (Army/Front wpn – most in store); 225 SA-6 Gainful (div wpn); 550 SA-8 Gecko (div wpn); 350 SA-11 Gadfly (replacing SA-4/-6); 800 SA-9 Gaskin/SA-13 Gopher (regt wpn); 200 SA-
12A (S-300V) Gladiator/SA-12B Giant (twin); 120 SA-15 Gauntlet (replacing SA-6/SA-8); SA-19 Grison (8 SAM, plus twin 30mm gun); SA-20 (S-400) Triumph
MANPAD SA-7 Grail (being replaced by -16/-18); SA- 14 Gremlin; 9K310 (SA-16) Gimlet; SA-18 Grouse (Igla)
GUNS
SP 23mm ZSU-23-4; 30mm 2S6; 57mm ZSU-57-2
TOWED 23mm ZU-23; 57mm S-60; 85mm M-1939 KS- 12; 100mm KS-19; 130mm KS-30
UAV BLA-06; BLA-07; Tu-134 Reys; Tu-243 Reys/Tu-243 Reys-D; Tu-300 Korshun; Pchela-1; Pchela-2
MSL • SSM ε200+: 200 SS-21 Scarab (Tochka); SS-26 Iskander (Stone); FROG in store; Scud in store
FACILITIES
Bases 2 (each 1 MR bde; subord. to North Caucasus MD) located in Abkhazia/
South Ossetia, 1 located in Tajikistan, 1 located in Armenia
Training centres 6 (District (each = bde; 1 per MD)), 1 (AB (bde))
Reserves
Cadre formations, on mobilisation form
MR
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Navy 142,000
FORCES BY ROLE
4 major Fleet Organisations (Northern Fleet, Pacific Fleet, Baltic Fleet, Black Sea) and Caspian Sea Flotilla
Northern Fleet
FORCES BY ROLE

1 Navy HQ located at Severomorsk
FACILITIES
Bases Located at Severomorsk and Kola Peninsula
EQUIPMENT BY TYPE
SUBMARINES 42
STRATEGIC 12: 8 SSBN; 4 in reserve
TACTICAL 22: 12 SSN; 3 SSGN; 7 SSK
SUPPORT 8: 4 SSAN (other roles); 4 in reserve (other roles)
PRINCIPAL SURFACE COMBATANTS 10: 1 CV; 2 CGN (1 in reserve); 1 CG; 7 DDG (1 in reserve)
PATROL AND COASTAL COMBATANTS 12: FF 8;
FS 4
MINE WARFARE 10 MCMV
AMPHIBIOUS 5
LOGISTICS AND SUPPORT 20+
Naval Aviation
EQUIPMENT BY TYPE
AIRCRAFT

BBR 39Tu-22M Backfire C
FTR 20 Su-27 Flanker
FGA 10 Su-25 Frogfoot
ASW 32: 14 Il-38 May; 18 Tu-142 BearF/J

TPT 27: 2 An-12 Cub (MR/EW); 25 An-12 Cub/An-24 Coke/An-26 Curl
HELICOPTERS
ASW 20 Ka-27 Helix A
ASLT 10 Ka-29 Helix B
SPT 15 Mi-8 Hip
Naval Infantry
Naval inf 1 regt with 74 MBT; 209 ACV; 44 arty
Coastal Defence
Coastal def 1 bde with 360 MT-LB; 134 arty
SAM 1 regt

Pacific Fleet
FORCES BY ROLE

Fleet HQ located at Vladivostok
FACILITIES
Bases located at Fokino, Magadan, Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky, Sovetskya Gavan, Viliuchinsk and Vladivostok
EQUIPMENT BY TYPE
SUBMARINES 23
STRATEGIC • SSBN 4: 3 and 1 in reserve
TACTICAL 20: 4 SSN/SSGN and 7 in reserve; SSK 6 and 3 in reserve
PRINCIPAL SURFACE COMBATANTS 15: 1 CG; 5
DDG 3 in reserve; 9 FFG/FF
PATROL AND COASTAL COMBATANTS 16 PFM
MINE WARFARE 9 MCMV
AMPHIBIOUS 4
LOGISTICS AND SUPPORT 15+
Naval Aviation
EQUIPMENT BY TYPE
AIRCRAFT

BBR 17 Tu-22M Backfire C
FTR 30 MiG-31 Foxhound A
ASW 29: 15 Il-38 May; 14 Tu-142 Bear F/J
TPT 10 An-12 Cub (MR/EW); An-26 Curl
HELICOPTERS
ASW 31 Ka-28 (Ka-27) Helix
ASLT 6 Ka-29 Helix
SPT 26 Mi-8 Hip (TPT)
Naval Infantry
Inf 1 div HQ (Pacific Fleet) (1 arty bn, 1 tk bn, 3 inf bn)
Coastal Defence
Coastal Def 1 bde

Black Sea Fleet
The RUS Fleet is leasing bases in Sevastopol and Karantinnaya Bay, and is based, jointly with UKR warships, at Streletskaya Bay. The Fleet’s overall serviceability is
assessed as medium.
FORCES BY ROLE
1 Navy HQ located at Sevastopol, UKR
FACILITIES
Bases located at Sevastopol, Novorossiysk and Temryuk

EQUIPMENT BY TYPE
SUBMARINES • TACTICAL SSK 2:1 (1 Tango in reserve)
PRINCIPAL SURFACE COMBATANTS 11: 2 CG; 1
DDG; 8 FFG/FS
PATROL AND COASTAL COMBATANTS 10: 7 PFM; 3 PHM
MINE WARFARE • MINE COUNTERMEASURES MCMV 7
Amphibious 7: 4 Ropucha; 3 Alligator
LOGISTICS AND SUPPORT 6+
Naval Aviation
EQUIPMENT BY TYPE
AIRCRAFT

FGA 18 Su-24 Fencer
ASW 14 Be-12 Mail
TPT 4 An-12 Cub (MR/EW); An-26
HELICOPTERS
ASW 33 Ka-28 (Ka-27) Helix
SPT 9: 1 Mi-8 Hip (TPT); 8 (MR/EW)
Naval Infantry
Naval inf 1 regt with 59 ACV; 14 arty

Baltic Fleet
FORCES BY ROLE

1 Navy HQ located at Kaliningrad
FACILITIES
Bases located at Kronstadt and Baltiysk
EQUIPMENT BY TYPE
SUBMARINES • TACTICAL SSK 2: 1 (and 1 in reserve)
PRINCIPAL SURFACE COMBATANTS 5: 2 DDG; 3 FFG
PATROL AND COASTAL COMBATANTS 22: 12 PFM; 10 FF
MINE WARFARE • MINE COUNTERMEASURES
MCMV 11: 10 (and 1 in reserve)
AMPHIBIOUS 4 Ropucha
LOGISTICS AND SUPPORT 8+
Naval Aviation
EQUIPMENT BY TYPE
AIRCRAFT

FTR 24 Su-27 Flanker
FGA 29 Su-24 Fencer
TPT 14: 12 An-12 Cub/An-24 Coke/An-26 Curl; 2 An- 12 Cub (MR/EW)
HELICOPTERS
ATK 11 Mi-24 Hind
ASW 12 Ka-28 (Ka-27) Helix
ASLT 8 Ka-29 Helix
SPT 17 Mi-8 Hip (TPT)
Naval Infantry
Naval inf 1 bde with 26 MBT; 220 ACV; 52 MRL
 

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Coastal Defence
FORCES BY ROLE

Arty 2 regt with 133 arty
SSM 1 regt with 8 SS-C-1B Sepal
AD 1 regt with 28 Su-27 Flanker (Baltic Fleet)
EQUIPMENT BY TYPE
AD 50 SAM

Caspian Sea Flotilla
The Caspian Sea Flotilla has been divided between AZE
(about 25%), RUS, KAZ, and TKM.
FACILITIES
Base located at Astrakhan, Kaspiysk and Makhachkala
EQUIPMENT BY TYPE
PRINCIPAL SURFACE COMBATANTS • FRIGATES FFG 1
PATROL AND COASTAL COMBATANTS 6: 3 PFM; 3 PHM
MINE WARFARE • MINE COUNTERMEASURES 9: 5 MSC; 4 MSI
AMPHIBIOUS 6
LOGISTICS AND SUPPORT 5+
Naval Infantry
Naval inf 1 bde
 

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NAVY EQUIPMENT BY TYPE
SUBMARINES 66
STRATEGIC 14
SSBN 14:
5 Delta III (1†) (3 based in Pacific Fleet, 2 based in Northern Fleet) (80 msl) each with 16 RSM-50 (SS-N- 18) Stingray strategic SLBM
4 Delta IV (3 based in Northern Fleet and 1 based in Pacific Fleet), (64 msl) each with 16 RSM-54 (SS-N- 23) Skiff strategic SLBM
2 Delta IV in refit in Northern Fleet (32 msl) each with 16 RSM-52 (SS-N-23) Skiff strategic SLBM
2 Typhoon based in Northern Fleet (40 msl) each with 40 RSM-52 (SS-N-20) Sturgeon strategic SLBM;
1 Typhoon† in reserve based in Northern Fleet with capacity for 20 RSM-52 (SS-N-20) Sturgeon strategic SLBM
1+ Bulava (SS-N-30) strategic SLBM (trials / testing)
1 Yury Dolgoruky (limited OC undergoing sea trials;
2 additional units in build)
TACTICAL 52
SSGN 7:
5 Oscar II each with 2 single 650mm TT each with T-65 HWT, 4 single 553mm TT with 24 SS-N-19 Shipwreck tactical USGW
2 Oscar II (1 in reserve, 1 in refit), with 2 single 650mm TT each with T-65 HWT, 1 VLS with 24 SSN- 19 Shipwreck tactical USGW
SSN17:
2 Akula II each with 4 single 533mm TT each with SS-N-21 Sampson tactical SLCM, 4 single 650mm TT each with single 650mm TT
5 Akula I each with 4 single 533mm TT each with SS-N-21 Sampson tactical SLCM,
4 single 650mm TT each with T-65 HWT;
3 Akula I in reserve (+RUS Nerpa undergoing trials for lease agreement with IND)
2 Sierra II with 4 single 533mm TT each with, SS-N- 21 Sampson tactical SLCM, 4 single 650mm TT each with T-65 HWT/T-53 HWT
1 Sierra I in reserve†
4 Victor III (1 in reserve) each with 4 single 533mm TT each with SS-N-21 Sampson tactical SLCM, T-65 HWT
SSK 20:
15 Kilo each with 6 single 533mm TT each with T-53 HWT; 4 Kilo in reserve
1 Lada (Undergoing sea trials, expected ISD 2010) with 6 single 533mm TT, (2 additional vessels in build, planned for export)
SUPPORT • SSAN 8: 1 Delta Stretch; 1 Losharik; 2 Paltus; 3 Uniform; 1 X-Ray
PRINCIPAL SURFACE COMBATANTS 57
AIRCRAFT CARRIERS • CV 1 Kuznetsov (capacity 18 Su-33 Flanker D FGA ac; 4 Su-25 Frogfoot ac, 15 Ka-27 Helix ASW hel, 2 Ka-31 Helix AEW hel,) with 1 12 cell VLS (12 eff.) with SS-N-19 Shipwreck tactical SSM, 4 sextuple VLS (24 eff.) each with 8 SA-N-9 Gauntlet SAM
CRUISERS 5
CGN 1 Kirov with 10 twin VLS (20 eff.) each with SSN- 19 Shipwreck tactical SSM, 2 twin (4 eff.) each with 20 SA-N-4 Gecko SAM, 12 single VLS each with SA-N-6 Grumble SAM, 10 single 533mm ASTT, 1 single ASTT with 1 SS-N-15 Starfish ASW, 1 twin 130mm gun (2 eff.), (capacity 3 Ka-27 Helix ASW hel) (2nd Kirov undergoing extensive refit currently non operational)
CG 4:
1 Kara, with 2 quad (8 eff.) each with SS-N-14 Silex tactical SSM, 2 twin (4 eff.) each with 36 SA-N-3 Goblet SAM, 2 (4 eff.) each with 20 SA-N-4 Gecko SAM, 2 quad (4 eff.) ASTT (10 eff.), (capacity 1 Ka-27 Helix ASW hel)
3 Slava each with 8 twin (16 eff.) each with SS-N-12 Sandbox tactical SSM, 8 octuple VLS each with 8 SA-N- 6 Grumble SAM, 8 single 533mm ASTT, 1 twin 130mm gun (2 eff.), (capacity 1 Ka-27 Helix ASW hel)
DESTROYERS • DDG 14:
1 Kashin (mod) with 2 quad (8 eff.) each with SS-N-25 Switchblade tactical SSM, 2 twin (4 eff.) each with SA-N- 1 Goa SAM, 5 single 533mm ASTT, 2 76mm gun
5 Sovremenny (additional 2 in reserve) each with 2 quad (8 eff.) each with SS-N-22 Sunburn tactical SSM, 2 twin (4 eff.) each with 22 SA-N-7 SAM, 2 twin 533mm TT (4eff.), 2 twin 130mm gun (4 eff.), (capacity 1 Ka-27 Helix ASW hel)
7 Udaloy each with 2 quad (8 eff.) each with SS-N-14 Silex tactical SSM, 8 octuple VLS each with SA-N-9 Gauntlet SAM, 2 quad 533mm ASTT (8 eff.), 2 100mm
gun, (capacity 2 Ka-27 Helix ASW hel)
1 Udaloy II with 2 quad (8 eff.) each with SS-N-22 Sunburn tactical SSM, 8 octuple VLS each with SAN- 9 Gauntlet SAM, 8 SA-N-11 Grisson SAM, 10 single 533mm ASTT, 2 CADS-N-1 CIWS (4 eff.), 2 100mm gun, (capacity 2 Ka-27 Helix ASW hel)
FRIGATES 14
FFG 7:
1 Gepard with 2 quad (8 eff.) each with SS-N-25 Switchblade tactical SSM, 1 twin (2 eff.) with SA-N-4 Gecko SAM, 2 1 30mm CIWS, 1 76mm gun, (2nd vessel on trials expected ISD 2010)
2 Krivak I each with 1 quad (4 eff.) with SS-N-14 Silex tactical SSM, 1 twin (2 eff.) with 20 SA-N-4 Gecko SAM, 2 quad 533mm ASTT (8 eff.), 2 x12 RL (24 eff.), 2 100mm gun, 2 x2 76mm gun (4 eff.), (capacity 1 Ka- 27 Helix ASW hel)
2 Krivak II each with 1 quad (4 eff.) with SS-N-14 Silex tactical SSM, 2 twin (4 eff.) each with 10 SA-N-4 Gecko SAM, 2 quad 533mm ASTT (8 eff.), 2 x12 RL (24 eff.), 2 100mm gun
2 Neustrashimy with 4 octuple (32 eff.) each with SAN- 9 Gauntlet SAM, 6 single 533mm ASTT, 1 RBU 12000 (10 eff.), 1 100mm gun, (capacity 1 Ka-27 Helix ASW) (3rd in build)
FF 7 Parchim II each with 2 quad (8 eff.) each with SAN-5 Grail SAM, 2 twin 533mm ASTT (4 eff.), 2 RBU 6000 Smerch 2 (24 eff.), 1 76mm gun
CORVETTES 23:
1 Steregushchiy with 2 quad (8eff.) with SA-N-11 Grisson SAM , 1 100mm gun,(4 units in build)
3 Grisha III with 1 twin (2 eff.) with 20 SA-N-4 Gecko SAM, 2 twin 533mm ASTT (4 eff.), 2 RBU 6000 Smerch 2 (24 eff.)
19 Grisha V each with 1 twin (2 eff.) with 20 SA-N-4 Gecko SAM, 2 twin 533mm ASTT (4 eff.), 1 RBU 6000 Smerch 2 (12 eff.), 1 76mm gun 1 Scorpion with 2 quad (8 eff.) with SS-N-26 Yakhont SSM, 1 100mm gun, (ISD expected 2011)
PATROL AND COASTAL COMBATANTS 75
PFM 37
13 Nanuchka III each with 2 triple (6 eff.) each with 1 SSN- 9 Siren tactical SSM, 1 twin (2 eff.) eq. with SA-N-4 Gecko, 1 76mm gun
1 Nanuchka IV with 2 triple (6 eff.) each with SS-N-9 Siren tactical SSM, 1 twin (2 eff.) eq. with SA-N-4 Gecko, 1 76mm gun
4 Tarantul II each with 2 twin (4 eff.) each with SS-N-2C Styx/SS-N-2D Styx tactical SSM
18 Tarantul III each with 2 twin (4 eff.) each with SS-N- 22 Sunburn tactical SSM
1 Astrakhan Project 21630 (First of 5–7 on order)
PHM 11:
2 Dergach each with 2 quad (8 eff.) each with SS-N-22 Sunburn tactical SSM, 1 twin (2 eff.) with 1 SA-N-4 Gecko SAM, 1 76mm gun 9 Matka each with 2 single each with SS-N-2C Styx tactical SSM/SS-N-2D Styx tactical SSM
PHT 6:
1 Mukha with 2 quad 406mm TT (8 eff.)
5 Turya each with 4 single 533mm ASTT
PFC 21:
1 Pauk each with 4 single 533mm ASTT, 2 RBU 1200 (10 eff.)
20 ε Stenka
MINE WARFARE • MINE COUNTERMEASURES 37
MCO 2 Gorya
MSO 9 Natya
MSC 22 Sonya
MHC 4 Lida
AMPHIBIOUS: 42+
 

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PRINCIPAL AMPHIBIOUS SHIPS • LPD
1 Ivan Rogov (capacity 4–5 Ka-28 (Ka-27) Helix ASW hel; 6 ACV or 6 LCM; 20 tanks; 520 troops)
LS 22
LSM 3:
3 Polnochny† B (capacity 6 MBT; 180 troops); (3 in reserve)
LST 19:
1 Ivan Green (Mod – Alligator) (capacity 1 Ka-29 Helix B; 13 MBT; 300 troops), (expected ISD 2010)
4 Alligator (capacity 20 tanks; 300 troops)
14 Ropucha II and I (capacity either 10 MBT and 190 troops or 24 APC (T) and 170 troops)
CRAFT 19+
LCM 6 Ondatra
LCU 3 Serna (capacity 100 troops)
ACV 10:
3 Aist (capacity 4 lt tank)
3 Lebed
2 Orlan
2 Pomornik (Zubr) (capacity 230 troops; either 3 MBT or 10 APC (T))
LOGISTICS AND SUPPORT 105+
A significant element of the RUS Auxiliary and Support Fleet (Estimated at 370+ vessels) is either no longer active, at extended readiness or awaiting disposal - the following is a considered and revised assessment of significant RUS operationally active logistics and support elements:
AOR 5 Chilikin
AOL 9: 2 Dubna; 2 Uda; 5 Altay mod
AORL 2 Olekma
AS 1 Malina (Project 2020)
ARS 9 Goryn
AR 4 Amur
ARC 7: 4 Emba; 3 Klasma
AG 2 Amga (msl spt ship)
ATS 10: 5 Katun; 2 Neftegaz; 3 Ingul
AH 3 Ob †
AGOR 4: 2 Akademik Krylov; 2 Vinograd
AGI 11: 1 Balzam; 3 Moma; 7 Vishnya
AGM 1 Marshal Nedelin
AGS(I) 24: 3 Biya; 19 Finik; 2 Moma
AGB 4 Dobrynya Mikitich
ABU 6: 2 Kashtan; 4 Sura
ATF 1 Sorum
TRG • AXL 2 Smolny

Naval Aviation ε35,000
4 Fleet Air Forces, each organised in air div; each with 2–3 regt with an HQ elm and 2 sqn of 9–10 ac each; configured recce, ASW, tpt/utl org in indep regt or sqn
Flying hours ε40 hrs/year
FORCES BY ROLE
Bbr sqns with Tu-22M Backfire C
Ftr/FGA sqn with Su-27 Flanker; 10 Su-25 Frogfoot; 58 Su-24 Fencer; 30 MiG-31 Foxhound
ASW sqns with Ka-27 Helix; Mi-14 Haze-A; sqn with Be-12 Mail; Il-38 May; Tu-142 Bear
MR/EW sqns with An-12 Cub; Il-20 RT Coot-A; Mi-8 Hip J
Tpt sqns with An-12 Cub/An-24 Coke/An-26 Curl
ATK hel sqns with Mi-24 Hind
Aslt hel sqns Ka-29 Helix; 26 Mi-8 Hip
Tpt hel sqns with Ka-25 PS Hormone C, Ka-27 PS Helixe D; Mi-6 Hook; Mi-14 PS Haze C
EQUIPMENT BY TYPE
AIRCRAFT 259 combat capable
BBR 56 Tu-22M Backfire C
FTR 79: 49 Su-27 Flanker; 30 MiG-31 Foxhound
FGA 52: 5 Su-25 Frogfoot; 47 Su-24 Fencer
ASW 27 Tu-142 Bear F/J*
MP 44: 15 Be-12 Mail*; 29 Il-38 May*
EW • ELINT 2 Il-20 RT Coot-A; 5 An-12 Cub
TPT 37: 37 An-12 Cub/An-24 Coke/An-26 Curl
HELICOPTERS
ATK 11 Mi-24 Hind
ASW 105: 70 Ka-27 Helix; 20 Mi-14 Haze-A
EW 8 Mi-8 HipJ
ASLT 28 Ka-29 Helix
SAR 62: 22 Ka-25 PS Hormone C/Ka-27 PS Hormone-D; 40 Mi-14 PS Haze C
SPT 36: 26 Mi-8 Hip; 10 Mi-6 Hook
MSL • TACTICAL
ASM AS-10 Karen; AS-11 Kilter; AS-12 Kegler; AS-4 Kitchen; AS-7 Kerry; KH-59 (AS-13) Kingbolt
 

Hejsan

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BAN
Coastal Defence • Naval Infantry (Marines) 9,500
FORCES BY ROLE
Naval inf 3 indep bde (total: 1 AT bn, 1 arty bn, 1 MRL bn, 1 tk bn, 4 naval inf bn); 1 indep bn; 3 regt; 1 indep regt;
Inf 1 div HQ (Pacific Fleet) (3 inf bn, 1 tk bn, 1 arty bn)
SF 3 (fleet) bde (1 op, 2 cadre) (each: 1 para bn, 1 spt elm, 2–3 underwater bn)
EQUIPMENT BY TYPE
MBT 160 T-55M/T-72/T-80
RECCE 60 BRDM-2 each with AT-3 9K11 Sagger
AIFV 150+: ε150 BMP-2; BMP-3; BRM-1K
APC 750+
APC (T) 250 MT-LB
APC (W) 500+ BTR-60/BTR-70/BTR-80
ARTY 367
SP 113: 122mm 95 2S1 Carnation; 152mm 18 2S3
TOWED 122mm 45 D-30
GUN/MOR 113
SP 120mm 95: 20 2S23 NONA-SVK; 75 2S9 SP NONA-S
TOWED 120mm 18 2B16 NONA-K
MRL 122mm 96 9P138
AT • MSL • MANPATS 72 AT-3 9K11 Sagger/AT-5 9K113 Spandrel
GUNS 100mm T-12
AD • SAM 320
SP 70: 20 SA-8 Gecko; 50 SA-9 Gaskin/SA-13 Gopher (200 eff.)
MANPAD 250 SA-7 Grail
GUNS 23mm 60 ZSU-23-4

Coastal Defence Troops 2,000
FORCES BY ROLE
(All units reserve status)
Coastal Def 2 bde
Arty 2 regt
AD 1 regt with 28 Su-27 Flanker
SAM 2 regt
EQUIPMENT BY TYPE
MBT 350 T-64
AIFV 450 BMP
APC 320
APC (T) 40 MT-LB
APC (W) 280 BTR-60/BTR-70/BTR-80
ARTY 364
SP 152mm 48 2S5
TOWED 280: 122mm 140 D-30; 152mm 140: 50 2A36; 50 2A65; 40 D-20
MRL 122mm 36 BM-21
AIRCRAFT • FTR 28 Su-27 Flanker
AD • SAM 50
 

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BAN
Military Air Forces 160,000 reducing to 148,000 (incl conscripts)
4,000+ ac, 833 in reserve
HQ at Balashikha, near Moscow. The Military Air Forces comprise Long Range Aviation (LRA), Military Transport Aviation Comd (VTA), 5 Tactical/Air Defence Armies comprising 49 air regts. Tactical/Air Defence roles include air defence, interdiction, recce and tactical air spt. LRA (2 div) and VTA (9 regt) are subordinated to central Air Force comd. A joint CIS Unified Air Defence System covers RUS, ARM, BLR, GEO, KAZ, KGZ, TJK, TKM, UKR and UZB.
The Russian Air Force is embarking on a period that will see significant restructuring, both in terms of general organization as well as air base and unit structure.
Long-Range Aviation Command • 37th Air Army
Flying hours: 80-100 hrs/yr
FORCES BY ROLE

Bbr 2 heavy bbr div; 4 heavy regt (non-strategic); 4 heavy regt (START accountable) with 116 Tu- 22M-3/MR Backfire C
Tkr 1 base with 20 Il-78 Midas/Il-78M Midas
Trg 1 hvy bbr trg centre with 4 Tu-22M-3, 4 Tu-95MS, 30 Tu-134 Crusty
EQUIPMENT BY TYPE
AIRCRAFT 116 combat capable
BBR 116 Tu-22M-3/Tu-22MR Backfire C
TKR 20 IL-78 Midas /Il-78M Midas
TPT 30 Tu-134 Crusty
Tactical Aviation
Flying hours 25 to 40 hrs/year
FORCES BY ROLE

Bbr/FGA 7 regt with Su-25A/SM Frogfoot; 1 regt with Su-34P Fullback; 1 bbr div plus 13 FGA regt with Su-24/Su-24M2 Fencer; Su-25
Ftr 9 regt with MiG-31 Foxhound; 9 regt with MiG-29 Fulcrum (24 being upgraded); 6 regt with Su-27 Flanker (incl Su-27SM); trg units with MiG-25 Foxbat
Recce 4 regt with MiG-25R Foxbat; 5 regt with Su- 24MR Fencer
AEW 1 base with A-50 Mainstay/A-50U Mainstay
ECM some sqn with Mi-8(ECM) Hip J
Trg 2 op conversion centres
SAM 35 regt with 1,900+ S-300 (SA-10) Grumble (quad) (7,600 eff.). First SA-20/S-400 (Triumph) bn op Elektrostal in Moscow region.
EQUIPMENT BY TYPE
AIRCRAFT 1,743 combat capable
BBR/FGA 807: 241 Su-25A/SM Frogfoot; 550 Su-24 Fencer (up to 7 upgraded to Su-24M2); 16 Su-34P Fullback (Su-27IB)
FTR 725: 188 MiG-31 Foxhound; 226 MiG-29 Fulcrum (24 being upgraded); 281 Su-27 (18 upgraded to 27SM) incl 40 Su-27SMK Flanker; 30 MiG-25 Foxbat;
RECCE 119: 40 MiG-25R Foxbat*; 79 Su-24MR Fencer*
AEW 20 A-50 Mainstay AEW/A-50U Mainstay
TRG 92: 40 MiG-29 Fulcrum*; 21 Su-27 Flanker*; 15 Su- 25 Frogfoot;* 16 Su-24 Fencer* (instructor trg)
HELICOPTERS 60 Mi-8(ECM) Hip J
UAV Pchela-1T; Albatross†; Expert†
AD • SAM • SP 1,900+ S-300 (SA-10) Grumble (quad) /
S-400 (SA-20) Triumph
MSL • ARM AS-11 Kilter; AS-12 Kegler; AS-17 Krypton
ASM AS-14 Kedge; AS-15 Kent; AS-16 Kickback; AS-4 Kitchen; AS-7 Kerry
AAM R-27T (AA-10) Alamo; R-60T (AA-8) Aphid; R-73M1 (AA-11) Archer
BOMBS
Laser-guided KAB-500; KAB-1500L
TV-guided KH-59 (AS-13 Kingbolt); KAB-500KR; KAB-1500KR; KAB-500OD
INS/GPS/GLONASS guided KH-101; KH-555

Military Transport Aviation Command• 61st Air Army
Flying hours
60 hrs/year
FORCES BY ROLE
Ai 9 regt incl. 5 indep regt; 1 div with 12 An-124 Condor; 21 An-22 Cock (Under MoD control); 210 Il-76 Candid
Civilian Fleet Some sqn (medium and long-range passenger)
EQUIPMENT BY TYPE
AIRCRAFT • TPT 293+: 50 An-12 Cub; 12 An-124 Condor; 21 An-22 Cock (Under MoD control); 210 Il-76M/MD/MF Candid
Army Aviation Helicopters
Under VVS control. Units organic to army formations.
Flying hours 55 hrs/year
FORCES BY ROLE
Atk hel 20 regt/sqn with 8 Ka-50 Hokum; ε620 Mi- 24 Hind; 7 Mi-28N Havoc (300 by 2010)
Tpt/ECM mixed regts with 35 Mi-26 Halo (hy); 8 Mi-6 Hook; ε600 MI-17 (Mi-8MT) Hip H/Mi-8 Hip
EQUIPMENT BY TYPE
HELICOPTERS

ATK 635: 8 Ka-50 Hokum; 620 Mi-24 Hind D/V/P; 7 Mi- 28N Havoc (300 by 2015)
TPT/ECM ε643: 35 Mi-26 Halo (hy); 8 Mi-6 Hook; ε600 Mi-17 (Mi-8MT) Hip H/Mi-8 Hip Spt
Air Force Aviation Training Schools
EQUIPMENT BY TYPE
AIRCRAFT
980+
FTR MiG-29 Fulcrum; Su-27 Flanker; MiG-23 Flogger
FGA Su-25 Frogfoot
TPT Tu-134 Crusty
TRG 336 L-39 Albatros
FACILITIES
Aviation Institute

5 sqn regt with MiG-29 Fulcrum; Su-27 Flanker; MiG-23 Flogger; Su-25 Frogfoot; Tu-134 Crusty tpt; L-39 Albatros trg ac
 

Hejsan

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BAN
Kaliningrad Special Region 10,500 (Ground and Airborne); 1,100 (Naval Infantry) (total 11,600) These forces operated under the Ground and Coastal Defence Forces of the Baltic Fleet. Probably no MR (trg) regt end 2009.
Army
FORCES BY ROLE

MR 1 bde; 1 indep regt (trg) (disbanded by end 2009/early 2010)
SSM 1 bde with 12-18 SS-21 Tochka (Scarab)
Arty 1 bde
Hel 1 indep regt
AD 1 bde
FACILITIES
Bases Located at Baltiysk and Kronstadt
EQUIPMENT BY TYPE
MBT 811
ACV 1,239: 865; 374 look-a-like
ARTY 345 ARTY/MOR/MRL

Russian Military Districts
Leningrad MD 28,700 (Ground and Airborne); 1,300 (Naval Infantry – subordinate toNorthern Fleet) (total 30,000) Combined Service 1 HQ located at St Petersburg
Army
FORCES BY ROLE

MR 2 indep bde, 1 coastal bde
SF 1 (Spetsnaz) bde
AB 1 (VdV) div (2-3 air aslt regt, 1 arty regt)
Arty 1 bde,
SSM 1 bde with 12-18 SS-21 Tochka (Scarab)
AD 1 bde
Reserve
MR 1 bde
FACILITIES
Training Centre 1 located at Sertolovo (District)
EQUIPMENT BY TYPE
MBT 300
ACV 2,350: 100; 2,250 look-a-like
ARTY 690 MOR/MRL

Military Air Force 6th Air Force and AD Army
FORCES BY ROLE
PVO 2 corps
Bbr 1 div with 56 Su-24M Fencer
Ftr 1 div with 30 MiG-31 Foxhound; 55 Su-27 Flanker
Recce 1 regt with 20 Su-24MR Fencer; 28 MiG-25R/U Foxbat; some MiG-31
AEW/AWACS A-50 Mainstay
Tpt Sqns with An-12, An-24, An-26, Tu-134
Cbt spt 57 Mi-8 Hip (incl ECM), some Mi- 8PPA, 38 Mi-24, 4 Mi-6
AD • SAM 525 incl S-300V

Moscow MD 86,200 (Ground and Airborne) Combined Service 1 HQ located at Moscow
Army
FORCES BY ROLE

Comd 1(20th) Army HQ
Tk 2 Bde
MR 3 bde
SF 1 (Spetsnaz) bde; 1 AB recce regt
AB 2 div (each: 2 para regt, 1 arty regt)
Arty 1 div HQ (3 arty bde)
SSM 2 bde each with 12-18 SS-21 Scarab (Tochka) (may reduce to 1 bde)
AD 2 bde
Reserve
MR
1 bde
EQUIPMENT BY TYPE
MBT 2,500
ACV 3,100: 2,100; 1,000 look-a-like
ARTY 1,300 ARTY/MOR/MRL

Military Air Force
Moscow Air Defence and Air Army has 1 corps. Due to have additional AD regt (2 bn) equipped with S-400 SAM system.
FORCES BY ROLE
PVO Air 1 (32 PVO) corps 1 16th Air Army
Ftr regts with 41 MiG-31 Foxhound, 45 MiG-29 Fulcrum; 30 Su-27
FGA regts with 52 Su-25 Frogfoot, 80 Su-24 Fencer Recce regt with 55 Su-24MR
Tpt regt with An-12, An-24, An-26, An-30, Tu-134
Cbt Spt sqns with 98 Mi-8/ Mi-8PPA/sMV (incl 46 Mi-8(ECM)
Utl sqns with Mi-8
Trg 30 MiG-29, 18 Su-27, 1 Su-25
UAV Pchela-1T at Combat Training Centre, Egor’evsk, Moscow
EQUIPMENT BY TYPE
AD • SAM 600
 

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BAN
Volga-Ural MD 55,000 (Ground and Airborne) Combined Service 1 HQ located at Yekaterinburg
Army
1 Army HQ
FORCES BY ROLE
Comd 1 (2nd) Army HQ
Tk 1 bde
MR 4 bde; 3 bde (Tajikistan)
SF 2 (Spetsnaz) bde (may reduce to 1 bde)
AB 1 (VdV) bde
Arty 1 bde
SSM 1 bde each with 12-18 SS-21 Tochka (Scarab)
AD 1 bde
FACILITIES
Training Centre 1 located at Kamshlov (district)
EQUIPMENT BY TYPE
MBT 3,000
ACV 2,300
ARTY 2,700 ARTY/MOR/MRL

Military Air Force
5th AF and AD Army has no ac subordinated, incl storage bases
EQUIPMENT BY TYPE
AIRCRAFT
FTR 34 MiG-31
FGA Su-25 Frogfoot
TPT An-12; An-26
COMMS Mi-14
HELICOPTERS • SPT: Mi-6, 25 Mi-8 Hip (comms); Mi-24, 24 Mi-26
TRG MiG-25U, MiG-29, Su-25, Su-27; 300 L-39 Albatros, Mi-2 Hoplite

North Caucasus MD 88,600 (Ground And Airborne); ε1,400 (Naval infantry) (total 90,000) including Trans-Caucasus Group of Forces (GRVZ) Combined Service 1 HQ located at Rostov-on-Don.
Army
FORCES BY ROLE

Army 1 (58th) Army HQ
MR 8 bdes; 1 bde (Armenia); 1 bde (South Ossetia (manning may reduce to 1,700 FSB)); 1 bde (Abkhazia); 2 Mtn bde
SF 2 (Spetsnaz) bde
Air Aslt 1 bde (ground forces)
AB 1 (VdV) div (2 air asslt regt,1 arty regt)
Arty 2 bde
SSM 1 bde each with 12-18 SS-21 Tochka (Scarab)
AD 2 bde
EQUIPMENT BY TYPE
MBT 800
ACV 2,000
ARTY 900 ARTY/MOR/MRL

Military Air Force
6th AF and AD Army
FORCES BY ROLE
390 cbt ac
Bbr 1 div with 62 Su-24 Fencer (some 32 likely to be retired)
Ftr 1 corps (4 regt with 105 MiG-29 Fulcrum; 59 Su-27 Flanker)
FGA 1 div with 98 Su-25 Frogfoot; 36 L-39
Recce 1 regt with 30 Su-24MR Fencer
ECM 1 sqn with 52 Mi-8(ECM) Hip J
Tpt Sqns with An-12, An-24, An-26, Tu-134
Cbt Spt regts with 58 Mi-8PPA/SMV, 75 Mi-24, 40 Mi- 28N Night Hunter
Utl 4 Mi-6, 10 Mi-26
Trg tac aviation regt
 

Hejsan

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BAN
Siberian MD 52,000 (Ground and Airborne) Combined Service 1 HQ located at Chita
Army
FORCES BY ROLE
Army 2 (36th and 41st) Army HQ (may reduce to 1 HQ)
Tk 1 bde
MR 4 bde
SF 1 (Spetsnaz) bde
Air Aslt 1 bde (ground forces)
Arty 2 arty bde
SSM 2 bde each with 12-18 SS-21 Tochka (Scarab)
AD 2 bde
Reserve
MR 6 Bde
FACILITIES
Training Centre 1 located at Peschanka (district)
EQUIPMENT BY TYPE
MBT 4,000
ACV 6,300
ARTY 2,600 MOR/MRL

Military Air Force
14th AF and AD Army (HQ Novosibirsk)
200 cbt ac
FGA/bbr some sqn with 30 Su-25 Frogfoot; 56 Su-24M Fencer
Ftr some sqn with 39 MiG-31 Foxhound; 46 MiG-29 Fulcrum
Recce some sqn with 29 Su-24MR Fencer-E; MiG-25R/MiG-25U
Tpt sqns with An-12, An-26
Cbt Spt sqns with Mi-8PPA/sMV; Mi-24 Utl/Comms sqns with Mi-8
AD • SAM S-300O

Far Eastern MD 72,500 (Ground and Airborne); 2,500 (Naval infantry) (total 75,000) Incl Pacific Fleet and Joint Command of Troops and Forces in the Russian Northeast (comd of Pacific Fleet)
Joint Forces Command 1 HQ located at Petropavlovsk
Combined Service 1 HQ located at Khabarovsk
Army
FORCES BY ROLE

Army 2 (5th and 35th) Army HQ (may reduce to 1 HQ)
MR 6 bde
SF 2 bde (SF may reduce to 1 bde)
Arty 3 bde
SSM 2 bde each with 12-18 SS-21 Scarab (Tochka)
MGA 1 div
AD 3 bde
Reserve
MR 6 Bde
FACILITIES
Training Centre 1 located at Khabarovsk (district)
EQUIPMENT BY TYPE
MBT 3,000
ACV 6,000
ARTY 4,100 MOR/MRL

Military Air Force
11th AF and AD Army (HQ Khabarovsk)
FGA/bbr 1 regt with 23 Su-27SM; 97 Su-24M Fencer
Ftr sqn with 26 MiG-31 Foxhound; ≤100Su-27 Flanker;
Recce sqns with 51 Su-24MR Fencer
Tpt regts with An-12, An-26
Cbt Spt regts with Mi-8PPA/sMV
Comms sqns with Mi-8; Mi-24, Ka-50
UAV 1 sqn with Pchela-1 (Arseniev, Primorskyy)
AD • SAM S-300P
 

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BAN
Paramilitary 449,000
Federal Border Guard Service ε160,000 active
Directly subordinate to the President; now reportedly all contract-based personnel
FORCES BY ROLE
10 regional directorates
Frontier 7 gp
EQUIPMENT BY TYPE
AIFV/APC (W) 1,000 BMP/BTR
ARTY • SP 90: 122mm 2S1 Carnation; 120mm 2S12; 120mm 2S9 Anona
PRINCIPAL SURFACE COMBATANTS 14
FRIGATES 13
FFG 7 Krivak III each with 1 twin (2 eff.) with SA-N-4 Gecko naval SAM, 2 quad 533mm TT (8 eff.), 2 RBU 6000 Smerch 2 (24 eff.), (capacity 1 Ka-27 Helix A ASW hel; 1 100mm)
FFL 6: 3 Grisha II; 3 Grisha III
CORVETTES • FS 1 Grisha V
PATROL AND COASTAL COMBATANTS 180
PFM 22:
2 Pauk II each with 1 quad (4 eff.) with SA-N-5 Grail naval SAM, 2 twin 533mm TT (4 eff.), 2 RBU 1200 (10eff.), 1 76mm
20 Svetlyak each with 1 quad (4 eff.) with SA-N-5 Grail naval SAM, 2 single 406mm TT, 1 76mm
PFT 17 Pauk I each with 1 quad (4 eff.) with SA-N-5 Grail naval SAM, 4 single 406mm TT, 1 76mm
PHT 3 Muravey
PSO 12: 8 Alpinist; 4 Komandor
PFC 15 Stenka
PCC 36: 9 Mirazh; 27 Type 1496
PCI 12 Zhuk
PCR 32: 3 Ogonek; 7 Piyavka; 15 Shmel; 5 Vosh; 2 Yaz
PBF 31: 1 A-125; 1 Mangust; 1 Mustang (Project 18623); 15 Saygak; 12 Sobol; 1 Sokzhoi
LOGISTICS AND SUPPORT 24: 1 AO
AK 10 Neon Antonov
AKSL 6 Kanin
AGS 2 Yug (primarily used as patrol ships)
AGB 5 Ivan Susanin (primarily used as patrol ships)
AIRCRAFT • TPT ε86: 70 An-24 Coke/An-26 Curl/An-72 Coaler/Il-76 Candid/Tu-134 Crusty/Yak-40 Codling; 16 SM-92
HELICOPTERS: ε200 Ka-28 (Ka-27) Helix ASW/Mi-24 Hind Atk/Mi-26 Halo Spt/Mi-8 Hip Spt

Interior Troops 200,000 active
FORCES BY ROLE
7 Regional Commands: Central, Urals, North Caucasus, Volga, Eastern, North-Western and Siberian
Paramilitary 5 (special purpose) indep div (ODON) (each: 2–5 paramilitary regt); 6 div; 65 regt (bn – incl special motorised units); 10 (special designation) indep bde (OBRON) (each: 1 mor bn, 3 mech bn); 19 indep bde
Avn gp
EQUIPMENT BY TYPE
MBT 9
AIFV/APC (W) 1,650 BMP-1 /BMP-2/BTR-80
ARTY 35
TOWED 122mm 20 D-30
MOR 120mm 15 PM-38
HELICOPTERS • ATK 4 Mi-24 Hind

Federal Security Service ε4,000 active (armed)
Cdo unit (incl Alfa and Vympel units)

Federal Protection Service ε10,000–30,000 active
Org include elm of ground forces (mech inf bde and AB regt)
Mech inf 1 bde
AB 1 regt
Presidential Guard 1 regt

Federal Communications and Information Agency ε55,000 active

MOD • Railway Troops ε50,000
Paramilitary 4 (rly) corps; 28 (rly) bde

Special Construction Troops 50,000
 

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BAN
Puh, vihtoinkin...siinä on teille lukemista :)
 

Einomies1

Respected Leader
Kiitos Hejsanille! Melkonen lista, näyttää hyvältä paperilla vaan miten todellisuudessa? Joka tapauksessa tuota kun katselee, niin kyllä meidän pitäisi saada ainakin ne 22 "Steel Rainia" täyteen iskukuntoon. Eli GPS -ohj. kuorma-ammuksia ja ATACMS ohjuksia perkuleesti.
 

Hejsan

Alokas
BAN
Laitan tämän vaan huvikseen (för skojs skull)

Venäläisjoukot Leningraadin sotaläänissä 1988/89 eli kylmän sodan aikana

12 Divisioona
1250 Tanks
2800 Guns
350 combat aircraft (ja tässä ei ole mukana Air defence troops jolla on 1500-2000 lentokoneita ympäri NL ja ei laivaston koneita)
 

SJ

Supreme Leader
Einomies1 kirjoitti:
Kiitos Hejsanille! Melkonen lista, näyttää hyvältä paperilla vaan miten todellisuudessa? Joka tapauksessa tuota kun katselee, niin kyllä meidän pitäisi saada ainakin ne 22 "Steel Rainia" täyteen iskukuntoon. Eli GPS -ohj. kuorma-ammuksia ja ATACMS ohjuksia perkuleesti.

No nythän on sikäli iloinen tilanne, että niitä on ilmeisesti tarkoitus hankkiakin tulevaisuudessa. Ja tämä viivytys ei sinällään ole ongelma, kunhan niitä on kun tarvitaan. Saisivat nyt joskus sen hakeutuvan PST-ammuksen valmiiksi, niin sitten olisi jotakin mitä hankkia.
 

Einomies1

Respected Leader
SJ kirjoitti:
Einomies1 kirjoitti:
Kiitos Hejsanille! Melkonen lista, näyttää hyvältä paperilla vaan miten todellisuudessa? Joka tapauksessa tuota kun katselee, niin kyllä meidän pitäisi saada ainakin ne 22 "Steel Rainia" täyteen iskukuntoon. Eli GPS -ohj. kuorma-ammuksia ja ATACMS ohjuksia perkuleesti.

No nythän on sikäli iloinen tilanne, että niitä on ilmeisesti tarkoitus hankkiakin tulevaisuudessa. Ja tämä viivytys ei sinällään ole ongelma, kunhan niitä on kun tarvitaan. Saisivat nyt joskus sen hakeutuvan PST-ammuksen valmiiksi, niin sitten olisi jotakin mitä hankkia.

Onko joku päätös raketeista tehty? Mitä tarkoitat tolla hakeutuvalla PST-ammuksella?
 
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