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Guarding the rule of law. Special Report by Alexander Sladkov

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Guarding the rule of law. Special Report by Alexander SladkovInternal troops of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia. They are also called warring troops, because some of their units and formations periodically perform their work in the North Caucasus. But even among them, a special place is occupied by the 46-I separate operational team, which is constantly located on the territory of Chechnya.

City of Grozny, six in the morning, Monday. Common garrison exercise is a tradition. The orchestra is sure to play: it seems that it is impossible to do without any trumpeters and drummers at any event in the brigade.

This is the largest brigade in the world, it is time for her to the Guinness Book of Records. The soldiers and officers who serve here are enough to staff as many as five brigades of the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation. However, this organism is highly organized and well managed.

Countrywide, the work is enormous. Commander of the Interior Troops of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia Nikolay Rogozhkin explained: “During 2010, together with the internal affairs agencies, we carry out this work together with other security agencies. More than one million eight hundred thousand soldiers of internal troops stood out. But it’s not enough for me to judge. But the tasks which were set before us, are fully implemented. "

46-I brigade to curb riots does not work, football games do not protect. Her business is to protect the republic from terrorism. The Chechen militiamen, the FSB are also actively involved in this. This joint work is a war with bandit underground. Therefore, the soldiers are taught, and here all the soldiers are contract soldiers, only what is necessary in this very war. The commander of the reconnaissance company 46 of the Internal Troops Brigade of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia Vasily Paukov explained: “The service takes about 70 percent of personal time. Well, 30 percent are divided as follows: 20 - for rest, ten - personal time. Rest arrange as much as possible: view TV shows, reading books, self-education. "

In the mountainous district center of Vedeno, militants very recently fought. Now it is calm here, in the near future - there will be a resort. Vedensky battalion of the 46 brigade. Yesterday his companies were scattered throughout the mountains. The battalion commander, Anzor Magomadov, recalls: “We raised from everywhere, reconnaissance patrols were raised from Itum-Kale. And here the events were held for two or three days, they were held for two weeks, they passed through the forests, they passed through 150-200 and were cold, hungry. Now we have perfect conditions, the whole personnel of the battalion is in place, here, with us. "

In this battalion, everything from the commander to the cook is Chechens. By the way, it's easier for them to solve personal issues. Fighters live here with their families. The town has just been opened, everything is new. And in Vedeno, and in Grozny, in other places of deployment of the brigade - perfect order, cleanliness. Such is the style of the garrison economy. On the wall is a memorial plaque with the names of the dead commanders of the company. Serving here is not just difficult - it is dangerous.

Commander of the Interior Troops of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia Nikolay Rogozhkin said: “Yes, I would like it to have more money, but the government doesn’t have a rubber pocket. And what we give out today, we spend prudently. And first of all, all the technical equipment of the troops. Of course, all technical equipment has made a step forward recently. I think that in the future we will develop in accordance with the armament program that we have compiled before 2020 of the year. "

A few words about the technical equipment. Urus-Martan, station of the GLONASS system of the 46-th brigade. Here is a small set of equipment, even smaller - in the mountains, in the field. Through the satellites you can see where a soldier is located, a stable closed connection works.

The squad of special forces 46-1 brigade returns from Kabardino-Balkaria, where he performed the combat mission. In the park, special forces are met by representatives of the management and the orchestra. This is another tradition established in Chechnya. Behind the hard work, but people are smiling. Each soldier in the brigade is constantly made to understand: "You are doing the right thing - for the country, for the people!"

23: 00. On the parade ground - people with machine guns and machine guns. They explain to us that if a brigade is attacked at night, then these soldiers will take the fight until the rest are alarmed. So passed one of the peaceful days of the 46 th warring brigade.
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  1. turnip
    turnip 26 March 2011 13: 01
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    Now it’s calm here, in the near future - there will be a resort. Blah optimists. Something tells me that this war in the Caucasus is not the last
  2. Anatoly
    Anatoly 26 March 2011 15: 13
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    Of course, there will be war. We must finally break the back of these blockheads, not only in the North Caucasus, but also in the Transcaucasus. Drive these chicks back into the caves, let them dance their lezginka. But you need to fight hard, as General Ermolov did in the first Caucasian war, conducting the scorched earth tactics, or as it was in Komsomolskoye, the militants do not surrender, they hide, as usual, behind with the backs of their women and children, then to humiliate the whole village, they are rubbish, they respect only the strength and the strong, and not as it was under the drunkard Yeltsin, our soldiers will drive the militants into the mountains, they have nowhere to go, they ask for negotiations, as if they want to surrender, Yeltsin will feel emotional, he will hang up the nurses, smear a glass of first wine, take a bite of pickled cucumber and sit and take it off, and these scumbags at this time, Russian soldiers are being killed from around the corner, and they are preparing for new battles. Yes, less amnesties are needed for militants, to fight with according to the rule "a good militant, a dead militant."
  3. viktor_ui
    viktor_ui 26 March 2011 17: 29
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    I have a very bad attitude towards militants, but there are some doubts ... they write that they are fighting for money, but they practically do not give up alive (they don’t fight for grandmas), a strong opponent is worthy of respect, and there are always enough bastards on the war from both sides.
    Now the question is for Anatoly: breaking the backbone to everyone in the Caucasus, like the Yermolov principle — read the story about him carefully.
    Respect in the world goes to a strong state, which makes its image not only on the bones of the enemy, but also on many other development vectors from the CREATIVE breed (or simply put that this country has invested in the treasury of civilization). Proceeding from such a simple definition, we can conclude that modern Russia finally did not put a fucker in this piggy bank.
  4. Anatoly
    Anatoly 26 March 2011 19: 25
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    What are you talking about, how did Russia do nothing for them. Look at the history yourself. If it were not for the Russian state of these peoples, I mean the Chechens and ignoramuses would not exist now, they would have cut themselves in internecine clashes. At the beginning of the Caucasian War in the 19th century, the number of Chechen-Ingush was no more than 80-85 thousand people and their number was constantly decreasing, again due to constant massacres among themselves. And only the intervention of Great Russia helped to stop this process. And look how they live now and what size of this population. Almost everyone has three-storey houses up and down, each of them has a car made in Japan, or America, or Western Europe. And all this is thanks to the Russians who pulled them out of the caves and taught them to live like a human being. Is this the way the invaders behave. ? Again, let's turn to the history of how the Germans behaved in the occupied territories of Russia during the Second World War, almost the entire peaceful Slavic population was destroyed. And how the British troops in North America behaved with the Indians - the last of the Mohicans, nicknamed the "Horned Deer", lived out his days on a reservation somewhere in the state of Nevada. The British treated the local population in the same way in India. This is why India is still a developing country. These were the occupiers and it was called the seizure of foreign lands. And if we look even deeper into history, we will see that each people at a certain historical distance had the opportunity to develop into a great nation and create their own state. And the Chechens and Ingush had such an opportunity , but because of their ignorance and savagery, they could not do this. But the Slavic tribes were able to create a Great Nation and a Great State-Russia. And other peoples who lived at the stage of the Stone Age, Russia helped and taught them to live at the level of modern civilization. I'm all about the same Chechens with igushi. And how they answered us with the Russians - two wars at the end of the 20th century.