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56-I airborne assault brigade. Fighting equipment and training

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56-I airborne assault brigade. Fighting equipment and training



Official historical reference part:

I. HISTORY OF ORGANIZATIONAL DEVELOPMENT AND CONSTRUCTION

56-Guards separate Order of the Patriotic War First Class Don Cossack assault brigade has its origin from the 351-planting Guards Airborne Regiment, formed in the period from June to 3 28 1946 July, on the basis of units and 351-355- Guards rifle regiments and the 106 Guards Airborne Division of the Guards Airborne Vienna Corps, which was part of the 38 Guards Airborne Division.
The brigade's annual holiday sets the date for the formation of the 351 Guards Rifle Regiment - 5 in January 1945.
In 1949, the 351-th Guards Landing Regiment was renamed the 351-th Guards Parachute-Regiment.
In 1960, the 351 Guards Parachute Regiment was transferred from the 106 Guards Airborne Division to the 105 Guards Airborne Division.
In 1979, the 351-th Guards Parachute Regiment was reorganized into the 56-th Guards Separate Assault Brigade.
In 1989, the 56-I Guards separate orders of the Patriotic War of the first degree, the air assault brigade was reorganized into the 56's Guards separate orders of the Patriotic War of the first degree, the airborne brigade.
In the 1997 year, the 56-I Guards Detachment of the First Order of the Patriotic War Don Cossack Airborne Brigade was reformed into the 56 Guards Order of the Patriotic War of the first degree Don Cossack Air Assault Regiment, which was part of the 20 Guards, which was part of the XNUMX Guards, Don Cossack Air Assault Regiment, which was part of XNUMX Guards, which was part of the XNUMX Guards, Don Cossack Air Assault Regiment, which was part of XNUMX Guards, which was part of the XNUMX Guards, Don Cossack Air Assault Regiment, which was part of XNUMX Guards, which was part of XNUMX Guard
In 2009, the 56 th Guards Order of the First World War of the First Degree Don Cossack Airborne Assault Regiment was reorganized into the 56 Guards Detached Order of the Patriotic War of the first degree Don Cossack Airborne Brigade.
Since 1 July 2010, the Don Cossack Air Assault Brigade (Light) was reorganized into the 56 th Guards First Order of the Patriotic War of the First Degree.

Ii. PARTICIPATION IN TRAVELS, FIGHTS, OPERATIONS

From 20 to 25 in February 1945 of the year, the 351 Guards Rifle Regiment as part of the 106 Guards Rifle Division 38 of the Guards Rifle Corps was deployed to Hungary, where it fought as part of the 9 Guards Army of the 3 Ukrainian Front.
30 March 1945, pursuing the outgoing enemy units, the regiment crossed the Austro-Hungarian border. Acting on the left flank of the building, in cooperation with other parts of the corps, captured several cities and took part in battles to capture the Austrian capital, Vienna.
23 On April 1945, the regiment was replaced by units of the 4 Guards Army and was assigned to rest in the outskirts of the city of Vienna.
With 5 May 1945, the regiment forced march entered Czechoslovakia and participated in the encirclement and defeat of a significant grouping of Germans.
11 May 1945, the regiment reached the banks of the Vltava River (Czechoslovakia), where he met with American troops. Here ended the combat path of the unit to the Great Patriotic War.
During the fighting, the regiment killed 1956, captured 633 enemy soldiers and officers, destroyed 26 tanks, 255 self-propelled guns and guns of various calibers, 11 armored personnel carriers, 1 aircraft and 18 enemy vehicles. 10 tanks, 16 self-propelled guns and guns of various calibers, 3 aircraft, 4 armored personnel carriers, 115 vehicles, 37 warehouses with military equipment were captured.
From June 1945 to November 1979, the regiment (brigade) did not take part in campaigns, battles, operations.
1979 year opened a new page in the combat path of the compound: Soviet troops entered Afghanistan to provide military assistance to the Afghan government in the fight against rebellious gangs.
28 December 1979 of the 4 th brigade as part of the 40 Army was introduced into the territory of Afghanistan with the task of protecting and defending the Salang Pass and the Salang-Somalia tunnel to ensure the advancement of Soviet troops in southern Afghanistan.
In January 1980, the entire brigade is introduced into the territory of Afghanistan. It is deployed in the area of ​​the city of Kunduz, conducting military operations throughout the territory of Afghanistan.
From January 1980 to December 1981, around 3000 rebels, 3 guns, 6 mortars, 12 cars, 44 dota were destroyed during the fighting. Captured over 400 rebels, captured more than 600 small units weapons.
From 1 to 5 December 1981, the brigade was redeployed to the area of ​​the city of Gardez, from where it continued to conduct military operations throughout Afghanistan.
Between January 1982 and June 1988, around 10 000 rebels were destroyed during the fighting, over 40 fortified areas and strongholds, more 200 guns, rocket launchers and mortars, 47 vehicles, 83 dota, 208 warehouses and military assets Xnumx caravans. Captured over 45 rebels, captured more than 1000 units of small arms and grenade launchers, about 1200 guns and mortars, 40 vehicles, 7 tank, 2 warehouses with military property.
From 12 to 14 June 1988, the team returned to their homeland after performing international duty.
For the successful accomplishment of combat missions, many paratroopers received government awards from the Soviet government and the leadership of the Republic of Afghanistan, and the commander of the paratrooper guard company, senior lieutenant Kozlov Sergey Pavlovich, was awarded the title Hero of the Soviet Union.
From July 1988 to December 1989, the brigade did not take part in campaigns, battles, operations.
During 1990, the team performed special tasks in a state of emergency: from 12 January to 26 March - to maintain order in the cities of Baku, Meghri, Lenkoran, Kurdamir of Azerbaijan SSR; From June 5 to August 21 - to maintain order in the city of Uzgen, Kirghiz SSR.
From September 1990 to November 1994, the team did not take part in campaigns, battles, operations.
From 11 December 1994 to 25 in October 1996, the battalion tactical group of the brigade carried out combat missions to restore constitutional order in the Chechen Republic.
From November 1996 to July 1999, the brigade (regiment) did not take part in campaigns, battles, operations.
From August 1999 to June 2000, the regiment, and from June 2000 to November 2004, the regiment battalion tactical group performed combat missions during the counter-terrorist operation in the Chechen Republic.
For courage and heroism shown in the performance of combat missions, three military personnel of the unit were awarded the title Hero of the Russian Federation:
Yury Vasilyevich Sergeant Vornovskoy, commander of the reconnaissance company of the Guard Guards (posthumously);
deputy commander of the paratroop battalion of the guard major Cherepanov Alexander Leonidovich;
the commander of the reconnaissance company guards captain Petrov Sergey Vasilyevich.
From November 2004 to the present, the regiment (brigade) did not take part in campaigns, battles, operations.

Iii. AWARDS AND DISTINCTIONS

The name “Guards”, previously assigned to the 351 Infantry Regiment, when it was reorganized into the 351 landing airborne regiment, was also kept behind this regiment.
By order of the Commander-in-Chief of the Ground Forces No. 034 of November 21 of 1984, the brigade was awarded the passing Red Banner of the Military Council of the Ground Forces for good results in military and political training and strengthening of military discipline.
By decree of the Presidium of the USSR Supreme Council on 4 in May 1985, for their great services in the armed defense of the Socialist Motherland, success in military and political training and in connection with the 40 anniversary of the Victory in World War II 1941 - 1945, the brigade was awarded the Order of the Patriotic War I degree.
By order of the USSR Minister of Defense No. 0139 of July 11 of 1990, the team was awarded the Pennant of the USSR Minister of Defense for courage and military prowess shown in the performance of the tasks of the Soviet Government and the Minister of Defense of the USSR.
By the Decree of the Government of the Russian Federation No. 353-17 of 22 of April 1994, the brigade was given the name Don Cossack.

Iv. DISLOCATION CHANGES

From January to March 1945 of the year - m. Old Roads of the Belarusian SSR (Belarusian Military District).
From March to June 1945 - Pisek, Czechoslovakia.
From June 1945 to January 1946 - Budapest, Hungary.
From March to May, 1946, the city of Teikovo (Obolsunovo camp) in the Ivanovo Region (Moscow Military District).
From May to October 1946 - the camp Tesnitskoe of the Tula region (Moscow Military District).
From October 1946 to August 1960, the city of Efremov, Tula Region (Moscow Military District).
From August 1960 to December 1979 - the city of Chirchik, Tashkent Oblast, Uzbek SSR (Turkestan Military District).
From December 1979 to January 1980 of the year - the airfield of Kokayty of the Djarkurgan region of the Surkhan-Darya region of the Uzbek SSR (40-I army).
From January 1980 to December 1981 of the year - Kunduz airfield, DRA (40-I army).
From December 1981 to June 1988 - Gardez, DRA (40 Army).
From June 1988 to October 1992 of the year - Iolotan, Mary region, Turkmen SSR (Turkestan Military District, Airborne Forces).
From October 1992 to June 1993 - Art. Zelenchukskaya, Karachay-Cherkessia (Airborne).
From June 1993 to August 1998, the city of Volgodonsk, Rostov Region (Airborne Forces, North Caucasian Military District).
From August 1998 to the present - the city of Kamyshin, Volgograd Region (North Caucasus Military District).

The main mission of the light assault brigade is a general arms reserve. To increase mobility and speed of movement, the crew was completely re-equipped with automotive vehicles. The main method of movement is the transfer of personnel and light weapons by air (by helicopters), while the equipment arrives on its own. In the presence of a sufficient number of heavy-duty helicopters, it is possible to transfer equipment by air. In particular, this method of transportation was worked out in 2008 at the exercises at the Ashuluk range, when Mi-26 threw GAZ-66 cars and D-30 howitzers.
The issue of giving a helicopter to the brigade is being considered.
The main type of equipment - cars UAZ



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In this case, the Hunter-based 315108 model. Machines delivered in August 2010



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In "winter clothes"



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UAZ-3152 "Gusar" is also in service



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This car 2006 year, in the 56-th brigade since the winter 2010 year (previously operated in the 22-th brigade of special purpose)



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On asphalt, the car eats 18 liters of 92 gasoline per 100 km, on the road - 23-25 liters



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No complaints were expressed on the patency



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At the circuit



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Toyota's 205 horse engine under the hood



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The engine is covered with such armor plates. Front - armored shutters. Also armored tank.



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Inside view



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The roof is very austere and shines with bare foam



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Troop compartment. According to the state in the car should be 5 people landing and 1 driver



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I drove a few kilometers in the airborne unit "Gusar" and very sympathize with the soldiers, whose vehicle he is. Firstly, because of the machine gunner’s platform, one or two paratroopers have to sit like this



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You can sit sideways in the direction of travel, but then you must lean your back on a comrade. Secondly, with my height 180, I had to either stoop and bend down, or my head would end up in the pursuit of the “tower”, and in the presence of a spinning machine gun, this is fraught with injuries. I think that the machine gunner’s legs, which will be pivoting around, will also not be good for the legs and landing troops



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Thirdly, of course, there is a stove in the car, but in reality it only warms up the people in front (driver, commander), the rest is cool enough. Not least because of the doors in motion noticeably blowing. The gap between the awning and the roof is also a good source of draft, and in the dry season - dust.
Fourthly, we remember that in addition to people in a car, their property must also be transported, i.e. 6 duffel bags, entrenching tools, tents, etc.

It is possible to install three weapons options - an automatic grenade launcher of the AGS-17 type, a 6P50 "Kord" machine gun or the Pecheneg PKP machine gun.
In the foreground a turret under the "Cord". Under the seats there are sections for machine gun boxes.



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There are fastenings for various equipment and weapons on the rear door, but the first row of belts comes at the seat level and rests on them, so it’s completely incomprehensible to me that it can be placed there.



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Side doors are equipped with folding windows, so in the summer you can ride with the wind, and with a strong desire to fire



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For the replacement of unarmored cars UAZ in the brigade must put the protected cars. If earlier IVECO 65E19WM was planned for this, now it seems that the balance is tilted in favor of the domestic Tigers.

In 2011, in the brigade experienced military operation of 10 vehicles Scorpion-LSHA of the Corporation "Zashchita"



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The car is wider than the usual UAZ on 40 cm, has an independent suspension. He eats 13 liters of diesel fuel per 100 km on asphalt and around 17 liters off-road. Permeability of the driver on a 5-point scale is rated on a solid four. He especially noted that on the road it goes very smoothly, especially when there is a landing on the back, it does not fly like a UAZ on potholes.



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Armor engine, like the "Gusar", the car does not have



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Inside view.



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At the commander's place there is an opportunity for installation in front of the radio station, etc. equipment, there is an analogue table lamp. If necessary, the frame together with the windshield leans back on the hood and you can fire right in the direction of travel.



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For landing assault back side folds



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Step



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The car accommodates the 7 man and the 1 driver. One of the paratroopers because of the placement of the spare wheel in the cabin sits in the direction of motion. Seat belts for paratroopers are not provided.
Seat upholstery immediately propose to change, because in the driver's seat, after two or three months of operation, she simply wiped herself (see on the form below)



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On this instance, the machine gun turret is not installed, there is only a chase for it. I don’t quite understand what the machine gunner will stand on, or on the reclining back of his seat (will there be supports from the bottom?), Or there will be a separate platform, but this is again a wild inconvenience for the other paratroopers



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Inside view on video



No auto swap



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Side door



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Let me remind you once again that the car was in trial operation, the task of which was to identify shortcomings, which would then be corrected. One of the main problems is an awning: it is cool in winter and dusty in summer. At the beginning of this year, it is expected to deliver for trial operation to the brigade of the next batch of Scorpion cars with hard top What it will be specifically the model I could not say.

Almost all the vehicles of the brigade are new, obtained in 2009-2010.
KAMAZ-5350 with a set of additional protection



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Headquarters vehicle based on KAMAZ-5350



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With a staff trailer for the rest of officers



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The interiors of the staff module



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Staff trailer for the rest



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Left at the entrance - washbasin



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MTP-A2 technical assistance vehicle



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Mechanical repair workshop MRM-MZR



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In the foreground MTO-AM maintenance machine



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Repair workshop and metalwork (rocket and artillery armament) MRS-ARM



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Digital radio relay station P-419MP



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Radio stations are replaced completely with new 168-th family.
P-168UN-2 (communications battalion)



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Warranty Service Sticker



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P-168-5KN



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Small-sized satellite communications station Р-438-М with carrying bag



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The brigade has GPS / GLONASS navigators 14Ц822 "Grot-M" from the gunners, anti-aircraft gunners, in the headquarters of the assault landing battalions



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Gunners serve the D-30 howitzer. In the old uniform, either the soldiers of the 2010 spring call-up of the year (photo - May 2011), or use it as working clothes. All photos without my blog logo are provided by the command of the 56 Brigade



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Mortarmen serve the wheel stroke of the mortar 2C12 "Sled"



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Disguised mortar



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Teachings of anti-aircraft gunners



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One of the summer trips to the landfill. Great convenience is that the landfill is located near the part



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Anti-Tank Unit



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Each paratrooper makes several parachute jumps for service.
Preliminary training takes place at the airborne complex



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Learning the tricks of laying a parachute



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Then helicopter jumping



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Well, finally jumping from the IL-76



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The brigade has its own sports team, which participates in competitions and makes shooting jumps.



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Video of one of the last landings



The author claims that no one has yet secured the camera in this way before him and hasn’t removed the camera from this point.



Under "Spilled blue ..." video from several jumps

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  1. Gekas
    Gekas 17 January 2012 08: 20
    +3
    The Airborne Forces have always been, are and will be the pride of the Russian Armed Forces
  2. Igor
    Igor 17 January 2012 08: 31
    +3
    Landing forces! UAZs should be quickly changed to the Tigers, and the Scorpions altogether disfigured and turned into UAZs, no resemblance to the first copies.
    1. Dikremnij
      Dikremnij 7 December 2012 21: 52
      +1
      And add armored KAMAZ and Urals, and it is also desirable to form 1 battalion on the BTR-82A for reinforcement.
  3. Evil Tatar
    Evil Tatar 17 January 2012 08: 42
    +4
    The main thing is that in winter boots would not be forgotten to tie before a jump ...
  4. Igor
    Igor 17 January 2012 08: 52
    0
    Quote: Angry Tatar
    The main thing is that in winter boots would not be forgotten to tie before a jump ...

    What for?
    1. Evil Tatar
      Evil Tatar 17 January 2012 10: 15
      +3
      Quote: Igorek
      What for?


      It happens that an unbound felt boot flies off the leg after exiting and that’s it ...
      You will fly to the countryman in a footcloth or sock.
      What about the wind? And the frost?
      Commissioning may occur due to frostbitten legs ...
      In the worst case, disability.
      Clear?
      1. Igor
        Igor 17 January 2012 10: 33
        0
        Why don't they drop in berets?
        1. Evil Tatar
          Evil Tatar 17 January 2012 11: 49
          +4
          Igor, don’t start ...
          Winter, frost under 40-50 ...
          What berets?
          1. Igor
            Igor 17 January 2012 14: 15
            0
            Well, if they even drop in such weather, then yes, you cannot do without felt boots.
          2. Igserafim
            Igserafim 18 January 2012 08: 38
            +1
            landing at minus fifty ?! Well, from what height do you need to drop parachutists to survive?
    2. erased
      erased 2 August 2012 18: 17
      0
      Whatever flies! And do not beat those below! )))
  5. Styx
    Styx 17 January 2012 10: 36
    +1
    Thanks a lot to the author for an interesting article.
    1. Indigo
      Indigo 17 January 2012 21: 26
      0
      http://twower.livejournal.com/35592.html
      Recommend! Very interesting about the new equipment in the Russian army ..
  6. Professor
    Professor 17 January 2012 11: 55
    0
    Particularly touched by the Chinese aluminum rim in the first photo. A new word in military technology - I have never seen anything like this before belay
    1. Kyrgyz
      Kyrgyz 17 January 2012 14: 56
      +1
      fighters screwed with someone else, a supplier of stamping supplies
  7. J_silver
    J_silver 17 January 2012 13: 02
    +5
    Somehow the Hussars and others like them resemble the worst features of gazelles!
    Type: fifteen corpses, all in jelly, Gazelle met with Kamaz ...
    Not impressed, unfortunately ...
  8. 755962
    755962 17 January 2012 13: 11
    +2
    I know firsthand what DSB is, in Karabakh, at one mention .... impressive in short. Foolish guys.
  9. dimarm74
    dimarm74 17 January 2012 14: 22
    +5
    ".... The issue of giving helicopters to the brigade is being worked out ..."
    In my last idiot, it’s clear that helicopters should even be in motorized rifle units, not to mention air assault.
    How much longer will the issue be worked out? 10 years, and then another ten years do helicopters
  10. Kyrgyz
    Kyrgyz 17 January 2012 14: 42
    +1
    well, with a pradovy pihla, an UAZ can go, but don’t know what it is, but it’s probably a street tree in it, as usual, and a machine gun without shields for some reason?
    1. datur
      datur 17 January 2012 15: 43
      +2
      Kyrgyzsaving should be economical wink . these are our generals without an air conditioner and special leather seats cannot fight. and our soldiers, according to the same generals, will manage fellow
      1. Evil Tatar
        Evil Tatar 17 January 2012 16: 01
        +1
        Russians are much more cultured than any Pindos there, who, because of the genetic inferiority of (historical) complexes, tend to seem to be the core of civilization (in the sense of medieval, literally mud in super civilians with a capital letter) ...
        Fight in white shorts, gloves, comforters. Putting in dry closets, blowing your nose in a handkerchief with ruffles and a monogram, etc., a Russian soldier will not be able to, he is also embarrassed to step past a step and stand on a leather chair or a clean carpet in a trophy car ....... and time injured, or worse ... Therefore, the machine should be equally simple on all sides, without any bells and whistles, then everything is just a kick-door, a dirty boot on the seat, here’s the machine gun in your hands — shoot, I don’t want to ...
        Do not worry, soldier, no one scolds and does not call a pig ... There will be nobody to be, everyone is already lying ...
        1. Kyrgyz
          Kyrgyz 17 January 2012 17: 16
          0
          So I'm not talking about comfort, I'm talking about paralyzing a tree and the insecurity of a machine gunner who is a target for the whole village, maybe a machine gun is completely superfluous? or on a remotely controlled platform it should not be that much and expensive
          1. Evil Tatar
            Evil Tatar 18 January 2012 05: 27
            0
            And I mean that the technique should be simple and reliable ...
            And to protect against frost, there is thermal underwear, tailoring, cotton pea jackets for the worst and solid Soviet short fur coats, in addition to ear-flaps, fur mittens and felt boots on a rubber course of the 60th and more sizes, so that together with the boot, if that ...
            Plus, a well-fed soldier will never freeze, even when lying in the snow ... I know for myself.
            And hiding in warm car salons is the lot of suicide bombers and obese "grandfathers" ...
            And about the remote control of the machine gun ... Why not? It would be great if.
            Quote: gosha1970
            So I'm not talking about comfort, I'm talking about paralyzing an oak tree

            He himself should know that when you get up at the turret, you will forget about the cold, you will become wet as a mouse ... Andrenalin rushing. What kind of frost is there?
  11. gosha1970
    gosha1970 17 January 2012 15: 50
    +9
    Lord, and this is what the landing party moves on? Shame!
  12. connect30
    connect30 17 January 2012 16: 03
    +2
    "international debt" ... I wonder what and to whom they owed in Afghanistan ...
    1. Kyrgyz
      Kyrgyz 17 January 2012 17: 19
      +1
      In Afghanistan, they had to show the advantage of their socio-cultural system over the feudal one and protect their country from bad influence, which the troops themselves successfully completed and failed to do there in other directions and not the army
  13. Filin
    Filin 17 January 2012 20: 24
    +4
    It is written that the team is EASY ..!

    In Libya, for example, after Gaddafi’s troops moved to pickups, the effectiveness of NATO raids immediately decreased.
    It is very expensive to chase airplanes for cheap cars. This is firstly.
    And secondly, the speed of transporting a brigade that does not have tracked vehicles is several times faster. Moreover, the team is in the RESERVE and must quickly change the location depending on the tasks.
    Well, the quality of the cars is what we have at the moment. When the TIGERS come, then we will discuss them.
  14. NKVD
    NKVD 17 January 2012 22: 31
    0
    In the 90s, 32 artillery regiment was disbanded (near Khabarovsk) in which I studied- In 97, 13 children were disbanded in the (Amur Region) in which I served as creatures ....
  15. NKVD
    NKVD 17 January 2012 22: 33
    +1
    In the 90s, 32 educational art regiment (near Khabarovsk) was disbanded, which I studied- bastards In the 97th, they disbanded 13 DBs in (Amur Region) in which I served as creatures ....
    1. Evil Tatar
      Evil Tatar 18 January 2012 05: 41
      0
      I can reassure you, in Prince-Volkonsky there is now a training school for children ...
      The 32nd artillery regiment was on the 49th, and on the contrary was the tank regiment (T-80)?
      So the tank is also gone ...
      I’ve served in the artillery division of the motorized rifle regiment of the Chapaev’s division in Kamchatka, now I can only see the skeletons of the barracks through the satellite ...
      Scary.
      On the other hand, I want to repeat that under the current nuclear doctrine, coastal cover by artillery tries is unnecessary ...
      From the doctrine:
      - The accumulation (concentration) of large military units at the borders of the Russian Federation and friendly states is a preventive nuclear strike (Point). No ext. conditions, such as if, but suddenly ...
      The same thing about the organization of a local conflict in the states bordering the Russian Federation and friendly states. Just another plus nuclear strike on the state that provoked this conflict.
      That is, if the amers begin to hammer Iran (and the Russian Federation and Iran have a common border), then, in accordance with the doctrine, our Commander-in-Chief must order a nuclear strike against the clusters of American troops in the conflict zone, and plus a nuclear strike on the territory of the United States.
      So there!
      1. Evil Tatar
        Evil Tatar 18 January 2012 06: 25
        0
        Military doctrine of the Russian Federation (p. 8)

        21. The Russian Federation regards an armed attack on a State party to the Union State or any actions using military force against it as an act of aggression against the Union State and will carry out retaliatory measures.

        The Russian Federation regards an armed attack on a CSTO member state as an aggression against all CSTO member states and in this case will take measures in accordance with the Collective Security Treaty.

        22. In the framework of the implementation of strategic deterrence measures of a power nature, the Russian Federation envisages the use of high-precision weapons.

        The Russian Federation reserves the right to use nuclear weapons in response to the use of nuclear and other weapons of mass destruction against it and (or) its allies, as well as in the case of aggression against the Russian Federation with the use of conventional weapons, when the very existence of the state is threatened.

        The decision on the use of nuclear weapons is made by the President of the Russian Federation.

        Strange, in 2009 Patrushev very actively commented on the issues of using nuclear weapons in accordance with the new doctrine.
        It was stated approximately as I wrote above. Question?
        Apparently this wording is set out in an appendix to the doctrine, which in every state possessing nuclear weapons is considered a secret document.
        http://doctrin.ru/2010-03-21-13-04-37/voennaya-doktrina/8.html
        http://nuclearno.ru/text.asp?14144
  16. - = 999 = -
    - = 999 = - 18 January 2012 02: 59
    0
    It is interesting, and if you fight with Japan, then who will supply Toyota diesel parts to them?
    Damn, this UAZ has been produced since the 70s for 50 years, it was impossible to think of an engine worthy of.
    1. Kyrgyz
      Kyrgyz 18 January 2012 06: 22
      0
      This is not diesel but gasoline, a fairly common good engine on right-hand drive SUVs, these engines are littered with the analysis of the Far East and Siberia for the war with Japan is enough)))))
    2. kotmster
      kotmster 18 January 2012 14: 03
      0
      I agree, the Airborne Forces on Toyota engines is called "P * zdets have sunk"
  17. rumpeljschtizhen
    rumpeljschtizhen 22 January 2012 13: 01
    0
    I am amazed at what they armed the Light Brigade NO !!!!!!!!!!!!.
    put simple UAZ and pi .. all otmazatsya supposedly we will wait for tigers or lynxes.
    .and when they put them hell knows ............. in the world it has long been worked out many jeeps armed with our horseradish. And when to practice their application ??? and if the war is not in 4 years ?? what to fight on this ???
    could do them like that





    Someone will say that according to the charter, a department of 10 people and they say that it should be carried in three cars .......... So you need to change the charters
  18. rumpeljschtizhen
    rumpeljschtizhen 22 January 2012 13: 23
    0
    Yes, mortars and transportable archaism. It has long been developed in my opinion as far back as WWII, amers put 82 mm mortars on jeeps. When firing, the plate fell to the ground
    or here's a modern theme

    Why don't we take it all through the ass ...
  19. Comrade
    Comrade 5 March 2012 11: 31
    0
    with Kamyshin in shock .. how many of them are there? the brigade is written .. I have never seen anything more than two companies. What kind of ridiculous gaziki with machine guns? two everyone who put it inside ... I didn’t see a single armored vehicle, bmd, armored personnel carrier ... a strange brigade ... he was always amazed ... at the parade he saw them ...
  20. bishopXhc
    bishopXhc 27 March 2014 17: 59
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    Very impressed "" with a machine gun on "casting". Your technique is for parade, not for war