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The relevance of fortifications: bunkers

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Fortification building. It would seem that the very combination of words gives away the era of the past. However, the relevance of skillful fortification has not been canceled even today. One of the directions in this kind of military activity is the creation of bunkers.


Bunkers are not only communications buried in the ground that resemble real underground cities. It can be constructions that are built in a matter of hours. There is also a unique variant of bunkers - bunkers on wheels with a high degree of autonomy, which allows you to live for many weeks, while also doing combat (in one form or another).

A significant part of the bunkers in the Russian Armed Forces is associated with the protection of command posts from the effects of the main damaging factors of nuclear weapons. Bunkers are able to protect against shock waves, light and heat radiation, as well as radiation.

One type of bunker is Granit-M. By and large, this is a huge armored dugout, as expressed about bunkers of this type in the plot of "Stars". The story about the types of bunkers, their specific purpose - in the program "Military Acceptance":

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  1. Fevralsk. Morev
    Fevralsk. Morev 11 May 2020 15: 22 New
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    Maginot Line. The main thing is not the thickness of the walls. The main desire of the people, under the leadership of the head of state, is to defend their country. Otherwise, with such walls, it is possible to meet foreign troops with flowers (see the entry of the Red Army into the Baltic states)
    1. Zementbomber
      Zementbomber 12 May 2020 06: 33 New
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      And in the Baltic states - were there "such walls" in 1940 ?? bully
      1. novel66
        novel66 12 May 2020 21: 55 New
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        even if they were ...
        1. Zementbomber
          Zementbomber 13 May 2020 08: 32 New
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          If they were, the Bolsheviks would have to sweat a little "bloody blood" ... smile
          1. your1970
            your1970 13 May 2020 14: 28 New
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            Quote: Zementbomber
            If they were, the Bolsheviks would have to sweat a little "bloody blood" ... smile

            "Kaaanechnaa !!!!"
            Only here the Trouble - the "Bolsheviks" (as you call them) came there on the basis of joint agreements with the local (!!!) authorities. And the Limitrofov armies did not react to this, at all ...
            And even if there were even the Mannerheim Line on the Maginot Line, in such a scenario the spacecraft would have overcome it like some Japanese fortifications in 1945 - "without unloading from vehicles" ...
            So
            Quote: Zementbomber
            the Bolsheviks would have to sweat a little "bloody blood
            - these are your sweaty, wet dreams, s, no more ....
            1. Zementbomber
              Zementbomber 14 May 2020 07: 07 New
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              You have a slightly fabulous erotic idea of ​​the breakthrough of the Far East Troops through the line of urines of the Kwantung and Korean armies. laughing
              Well, I would have watched with great interest: how many "love-hollows" with the seven divisions of these "limitrophes" and their militias would be - if there was something a la "Mannerheim's line" ... wink laughing
              1. your1970
                your1970 14 May 2020 14: 37 New
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                Quote: Zementbomber
                how much they would "love-hammer" with seven divisions of these "limitrophes" and their militias - if there was something a la "Mannerheim's line" ...

                Exactly as many as without them- KA entered on the basis of agreements with the local authorities, which ordered "Stand to the death !!" local armies / militias NOT gave ....
                Therefore, your "dreams" remain dreams
                And about the Far East and Japanese fortifications, it’s almost a literal quote from the memoirs of the participants
                From Transbaikalia they were moving at a speed of 120-150 km per day
                In the Far East slower than 150 km in 4 days.
                Japan made a statement of surrender 5 days after the start of the operation.
                By August 17, the rout was over ...
                Total 8 days to complete defeat ..

                Let's just say that taking into account the fact that the offensive line was much WIDER than that of the Wehrmacht 22.06/XNUMX - the performance of the SC of the assigned task was excellent ....

                Z.Y. and you continue dream о
                Quote: Zementbomber
                how much they would "love-hammer" with seven divisions of these "limitrophes" and their militias - if there was something a la "Mannerheim's line" ...


                And yet, following the results of the "Mannerheim Line" in 1940, Vyborg and the entire Karelian Isthmus became Soviet ... and for good ...
                1. Zementbomber
                  Zementbomber 14 September 2020 10: 54 New
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                  Exactly as much as without them, the spacecraft entered on the basis of agreements with local authorities, which ordered "Fight to the death !!" local armies / militias were NOT given ...

                  They would have relied on strong defensive lines - would have given such an order. And they would wash the notoriously red ones with their own red blood.
                  And about the Far East and Japanese fortifications, it’s almost a literal quote from the memoirs of the participants
                  From Transbaikalia they were moving at a speed of 120-150 km per day
                  In the Far East slower than 150 km in 4 days.
                  Japan made a statement of surrender 5 days after the start of the operation.
                  By August 17, the rout was over ...
                  Total 8 days to complete defeat ..

                  From the end.
                  1. No "defeat" of the Kwantung, Kwantung defensive and Korean armies - by the Troops of the Far East and the Mongolian People's Republic of Afghanistan - has been achieved not It was.
                  2. "The Emperor's Decision to End the War" - completely not was associated with the entry into won with Japan of the USSR.
                  3. According not to the "memoirs of the participants", but to the official Soviet military-historical science, the battles for the Japanese URs in Manchuria ended only on August 22, and even then only in view of the order Japanese high command to end resistance.
      2. Vladimir_2U
        Vladimir_2U 14 May 2020 06: 13 New
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        In Belgium were and how did it help Belgium? No way.
  2. FIR FIR
    FIR FIR 11 May 2020 20: 12 New
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    "It would seem that the very combination of words gives off an era of the past."
    At such a level of satellite intelligence, bunkers will become no less relevant than in the first world war.
    1. Plate
      Plate 11 May 2020 21: 35 New
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      Oh, if I could connect them all together so that it would be impossible to see between the satellite of movement between them, and also that remote communication could not be suppressed ...
    2. Darkesstcat
      Darkesstcat 13 May 2020 16: 03 New
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      Igshniks are helped, due to underground movement, they are perfectly protected from satellite surveillance.
  3. Zementbomber
    Zementbomber 12 May 2020 06: 32 New
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    For those interested in the "bunker" topic:
    https://zementbomber.livejournal.com/2721.html