Airborne Troops of Russia

The airborne troops of the Russian Federation (Airborne Forces of the Russian Federation) is a highly mobile type of rapid reaction force designed to reach the enemy by air and conduct combat and sabotage operations in his rear.

The Airborne Forces of Russia are the reserve of the Supreme Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces and can form the basis of mobile rapid reaction forces. They report directly to the Commander of the Airborne Forces of the Russian Armed Forces and consist of a command body, airborne divisions, brigades, separate units and institutions.

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    1. +1
      19 October 2016 14: 34
      A good movie of Uncle Vasi’s troops
    2. +3
      19 October 2016 15: 47
      To take a step, the first time in the abyss you need courage, but this is not the Airborne Forces. smile
      1. +2
        19 October 2016 21: 21
        We had "to whom a piece of three rubles"))) the wallet is very pretentious)))
        1. 0
          19 October 2016 23: 02
          I got hopping money !! :-)

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