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Ryazan Airborne School increased the number of cadets

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Ryazan Higher Airborne Command School due to increased threats this year increased the number of cadets to 1257 people, reports MIC with reference to the press service of the military university.


Ryazan Airborne School increased the number of cadets


“For the second year in a row, we recruit more than a thousand cadets. This is due to the potential challenges and threats that are possible against our state. We only have 50 thousand. Km length of our border. Plus tasks in the arctic zone. Therefore, the state made a decision, taking into account the nature of modern armed clashes, to increase the proportion of special units and units of the airborne troops,
quoted by the press service of the Commander of the Airborne Forces Vladimir Shamanov, who spoke on September 12 at the ceremony of taking the oath.

The school clarified that "the set has increased by almost 20 percent compared to last year."

“The first-year students of the airborne faculty, the special-purpose faculty, the faculty of communications and the faculty of secondary vocational education received military tickets with a note about bringing to military oath. The total number of college recruits was 1257 people, including 447 in the faculty of higher vocational education and 810 in the faculty of secondary special education, ”the message reads.

Earlier it was reported that by order of Shamanov every Wednesday in the school was declared “English”. “International studies and the implementation of international tasks are related to the knowledge of this language. Therefore, Wednesday is the day when the whole school will speak only English, ”said the commander.

He noted that 5 billion rubles had been spent on improving the educational process at the university in recent years. Recently, the Minister of Defense decided to allocate another 2-s billions "to create the most modern conditions for training officers."
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  1. A-Sim
    A-Sim 14 September 2015 16: 13 New
    +10
    The most appropriate investments are in the people of the future country.
    1. Mitek
      Mitek 14 September 2015 16: 34 New
      +2
      All right! Plus on the nose is the deployment of regiments to brigades. Yes, apparently there are still some changes coming ..
    2. Juborg
      Juborg 14 September 2015 16: 53 New
      0
      Campaign increase in the number falls mainly on students of secondary vocational education, that is, 2-3 year training of foremen and ensigns. For higher education, the number is practically the same, although of course, compared with Taburetkin’s reforms, it has grown.
      1. vladimirZ
        vladimirZ 14 September 2015 17: 10 New
        +1
        Quote UBORG (3):
        that is, 2-3 year training for foremen and warrant officers.


        And why prepare "foremen and warrant officers" with 2-3 year training?
        In Soviet times, from the 70s, there were faculties in higher military schools with 2-3-year training of officers - lieutenants with secondary special training.
        And here this experience can be applied, and it will probably be applied, after issuing in 3 years many cool officers who will close their "Serdyukovsky" deficit, formed during the unreasoned "reform" of the Army.
        1. captain
          captain 14 September 2015 18: 25 New
          +2
          I want to incur the wrath of most forum participants. Why do we need the largest (and therefore expensive) airborne forces ?. Are we going to throw landings in the USA or in Europe? Do we have enough transport aircraft? And most importantly, we have enough military aviation to provide a flight pass through the enemy’s air defense? Why have an 4 Airborne Division and an 4 Brigade? Why spend so much money on landing and equipment for paratroopers? It is enough to have a maximum of 1 division, but airborne assault brigades with helicopters in their composition would not hurt us to have much more, at least 8 units. And so we have paratroopers, we pay money for jumps, but we don’t have means of delivery to the territory of the enemy and the forces and means to ensure the suppression of enemy air defense. Can all the ground forces be reorganized into the Airborne Forces, but what is the use of this? It is not easier to have a double set of equipment for motorized rifle brigades on threatened theater of war and to transfer people at the right time, to conserve equipment and costs much less. I look forward to cons and criticism.
          1. yawa63
            yawa63 14 September 2015 18: 41 New
            +3
            Well, why are the minuses right away, the reasoning is quite sensible, I dare to assume that the graduates of the RvdvaKuKu also staff the DShB brigades (as it was before)
          2. vladimirZ
            vladimirZ 14 September 2015 18: 42 New
            +1
            Quote captain (1):
            I want to incur the wrath of most forum participants. Why do we need the largest (and therefore expensive) Airborne Forces ?. Are we going to throw landings in the USA or in Europe?

            And who said that they will only be used in the Airborne Forces?
            After the "Serdyukov" reforms, dozens of schools are closed, and it takes time and money to restore them.
            This is where non-"reformed" schools will help, and the first among them is Ryazan, where command personnel can also be trained for infantry.
          3. jungler
            jungler 14 September 2015 19: 02 New
            +2
            Mr. Rotmister. Have you studied at the RCPU? Served as an officer in the Airborne Forces? And for me, the whole school was 900 cadets (1977-1981) Do you really know how to reformat SV in the Airborne Forces? Then you need to teach at the ASH ... Well, well. I do not have such special knowledge. And it’s not about parachutes at all - it’s just a delivery vehicle. The point is tactics.
    3. marlin1203
      marlin1203 14 September 2015 17: 51 New
      +1
      Hush, hush ... not only the paratroopers are our future laughing leave space for other arms soldier
  2. Gouging
    Gouging 14 September 2015 16: 16 New
    +5
    The main thing is that the quality does not suffer.
    1. Mitek
      Mitek 14 September 2015 16: 37 New
      +3
      Quote: Gouging
      The main thing is that the quality does not suffer.

      hehe, judging by the nickname a sore point)))) Do not be offended). But seriously, the Ryazan school has always been distinguished by the excellent quality of specialized education. We, in Tula, had a landing faculty, but weaker.
    2. yushch
      yushch 14 September 2015 16: 54 New
      +7
      For example, in 1992, when I entered the RVDU, about 500-550 people entered the first year together with the special forces faculty. The first year after the collapse of the Union, the recruitment was by the number of the USSR army, but it was a little)) more Russian. We can conclude that the number of future officers is almost approaching the number of officers of the USSR Airborne Forces. I’ll say one thing about the quality of training, the entire teaching staff (with the exception of civilians) wearing a full dress uniform blinded the cadets in the sun with a huge number of military orders and medals received for participating in those conflicts that we did not hear about at that time.
  3. Signaller
    Signaller 14 September 2015 16: 17 New
    +5
    Great news. No one but us is the motto of the Airborne Forces. Go ahead guys. There is only one thing to envy. Although it is difficult to study there, I envy white envy for cadets and graduates. Good luck, guys .
  4. Andrey Yuryevich
    Andrey Yuryevich 14 September 2015 16: 17 New
    +3
    class ...! but I remember that Taburetkin great blew up the airborne,
    , if my memory serves me right, he called the landing: "green men", moreover, derogatory ... KAZEL !!!
  5. Finches
    Finches 14 September 2015 16: 18 New
    +8
    It is necessary to revive the schools destroyed by Serdyukov! One cannot win a war! With all due respect to the Airborne Forces! We need tankmen, signalmen, infantrymen, engineers, pilots ....! We need highly professional personnel officers who can train and educate the personnel of the Armed Forces! A decision has been made to make a complete transition to a professional army — God bless him! But with a large-scale continental war using conventional weapons — the professional army will very quickly disappear and will need to be equipped with a mobilization resource that will need to be prepared in the conditions of war ...

    Who will do this - Serdyukov with Vasilyeva - experienced governors? laughing
    1. lukke
      lukke 14 September 2015 16: 32 New
      +2
      we have enough schools and so. It is necessary to increase the population of the country and take care of his health with all the resulting social programs, so that there is someone to serve and whom to protect). In the 6th grade, my son already has half myopia !! not to mention other hidden ailments such as allergics and other garbage about which in my childhood I did not know. By draft age in the afternoon with fire suitable for 1 category you will not find (
      1. Finches
        Finches 14 September 2015 16: 46 New
        +5
        I’m not sure that we have enough military schools! Here they are:

        1. Military Academy of the General Staff of the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation
        2. Military Training and Scientific Center of the Ground Forces "Combined Arms Academy 3. Armed Forces of the Russian Federation"
        4. Military training and scientific center of the Air Force "Air Force Academy named. professors N.E. Zhukovsky and Yu.A. Gagarina "(Voronezh)
        5. Military training and scientific center of the Navy "Naval Academy named. Admiral of the Fleet of the Soviet Union N.G. Kuznetsova
        6. Military Academy of Strategic Missile Forces. Peter the Great
        7. Military Space Academy. A.F. Mozhaysky
        8. Yaroslavl Higher Military School of Air Defense
        9. Military academy of military air defense of the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation. Marshal of the Soviet Union A.M. Vasilevsky
        10. Military Academy of Aerospace Defense. Marshal of the Soviet Union G.K. Zhukova
        11.Mikhailov Military Artillery Academy
        12. Military Academy of Communications. Marshal of the Soviet Union S.M. Budyonny
        13. Krasnodar Higher Military School named after Army General S.M. Shtemenko
        14. The Military Academy of Radiation, Chemical and Biological Protection. Marshal of the Soviet Union S.K. Tymoshenko
        15. The Military Academy of Logistics Army General A.V. Khruleva
        16. The Pacific Higher Naval School. S.O. Makarova
        17. Ryazan Higher Airborne Command School named after Army General V.F. Margelova
        18. The Black Sea Higher Naval Order of the Red Star School named after P.S. Nakhimova
        19. The Tyumen Higher Military Engineering Command School named after Marshal A.I. Proshlyakova
        20. Cherepovets Higher Military Engineering College of Radio Electronics
        21. Military University of the Ministry of Defense
        22.Medical Medical Academy named after S.M. Kirov

        22 Higher educational institutions for all types and branches of the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation!

        And you can pay attention that this is mainly ACADEMY or VUNTSy - do you understand me? Schools used to train junior officers, and then they entered after a certain time of service at the academy, and now they mixed everything - blood, shit, sand and sugar! It is not right!
        1. lukke
          lukke 14 September 2015 17: 14 New
          0
          But what about the Academy - this is the same old school, only with inflated supplementary education, where subjects were added to the minimum school hours, staffing, positions were inflated, and the term of study was from 4 to 5, etc. (this is from the 90s). And some were reorganized quite rationally - for example, we take Mozhaika - it has a bunch of faculties that are still old (before its reform), plus LVVKTU with its topographers and a group in each course of cartographers entered it. There were 2 higher education institutions - there was one. True, these two universities are territorially nearby and their merger is simply fate itself). Graduates are junior officers.
          1. Finches
            Finches 14 September 2015 17: 22 New
            +2
            The result is dispersal! As an example, the snotty 18-year-old cadet, who is trained by the platoon commander and the clumsy 35-year-old major, who is trained by the chief of staff of the brigade, is taught by the same doctor of science! And these are completely different levels of training and completely different teaching methods - it doesn’t lead to anything good at all! We don’t combine a kindergarten with a university for some reason ?? Everything goes in stages!
            1. lukke
              lukke 14 September 2015 17: 46 New
              0
              a trigonometry teacher for grade 10 can easily (if time in the schedule allows) give lessons in algebra for grade 7 and mathematics for grade 3. He gets over the academic hours. And so it turns out you need three teachers.
              No, maybe of course I don’t know much, but large training centers are cheaper and easier in terms of logistics. (We do not take into account the history of the university, traditions, etc.) - this is all also acquired.
              1. Finches
                Finches 14 September 2015 17: 53 New
                +3
                Warfare is not school trigonometry! The basis of warfare is the upbringing and complete psychological breakdown of a young man - this should be done by some people, and the training of senior and senior officers with experience in life and service, others! The approaches are completely different!
                It is cheaper to manage, here you are right, but as if in the pursuit of cost savings, do not miss the main thing ... That's the thing!
                1. Dart2027
                  Dart2027 14 September 2015 19: 29 New
                  +1
                  Quote: Finches
                  The basis of military affairs is the upbringing and complete psychological breakdown of a young man

                  This is not done in lectures.
                  1. Finches
                    Finches 14 September 2015 19: 39 New
                    +1
                    Absolutely right! That is the difference - a military school with a barracks, and an appropriate military approach, from a military academy with a hostel and university attitude towards students!
                    Like all future officers, I lived in a two-tier barracks at the graduation course, went in formation with the company, under the drum, and even two months before graduation, for the fault, I ended up on guardhouse with my comrades ... This is school! Discipline - taken for granted! With this school, I went to the troops as a platoon commander, without fear!
                    1. Dart2027
                      Dart2027 14 September 2015 23: 30 New
                      0
                      Everything is so, just in the same training center you can organize separate classes for those who are trained as officers and those who improve their qualifications. The same people can read the theory, of course to each his own, well, and then there is a separation. Roughly speaking, some live in the barracks, and from there they go to theoretical training, and then they go to the training ground, while others come to the theory and at the end they leave. I heard something like this in conversations when I myself served.
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        2. Sapsap
          Sapsap 14 September 2015 20: 20 New
          +1
          I agree with you. In the system of higher military education, there is no Military Engineering Academy (the oldest academy in the RF Armed Forces !!!), which was unreasonably disbanded in 2005-2006. The experience of wars, including the Second World War, as well as local ones, shows that without engineers it is extremely difficult to solve problems and losses from mine weapons can be large. And one more thing: ensuring the mobility of our troops and hindering the actions of enemy troops (counter-mobility). Not enough attention is being paid to this issue now. But let us recall the experience of military operations of the OKSV in the DRA or the OGVS in the Czech Republic. Who was there, and more than once will immediately understand what is at stake.
          1. Finches
            Finches 14 September 2015 20: 24 New
            0
            Sergey! I welcome you to the site! You are absolutely right! hi
          2. lukke
            lukke 14 September 2015 21: 12 New
            0
            Do you mean im.Kuybyshev in Moscow?
        3. Sapsap
          Sapsap 14 September 2015 20: 25 New
          0
          I agree with you. In the system of higher military education, there is no Military Engineering Academy (the oldest academy in the RF Armed Forces !!!), which was unreasonably disbanded in 2005-2006. The experience of wars, including the Second World War, as well as local ones, shows that without engineers it is extremely difficult to solve problems and losses from mine weapons can be large. And one more thing: ensuring the mobility of our troops and hindering the actions of enemy troops (counter-mobility). Not enough attention is being paid to this issue now. But let us recall the experience of military operations of the OKSV in the DRA or the OGVS in the Czech Republic. Who was there, and more than once will immediately understand what is at stake.
        4. Finches
          Finches 14 September 2015 22: 15 New
          0
          Himself and stupidly enumerated - not 22, but 21 !!!
          Sorry, comrades!
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    3. g1v2
      g1v2 14 September 2015 16: 32 New
      0
      We must not revive the sediment tanks destroyed by Serdyukov for officers who have nowhere to go for children, but to build new educational centers. With a modern material base, with teachers from the troops who can actually transfer combat experience, and not retell the training manual of twenty years ago. With training on equipment that will only enter the troops and instructors from manufacturers. If the school is a tank, there should be a teacher from the Uralvagonzavod, if the aviation school, there should be teachers from Sukhoi, Mikoyan, Tupolev, Ilyushin, Mil, Kamov and so on. Modern technology is much more complicated than the technology of the Second World War and its manufacturers, in my opinion, should help to teach its use. As for the Airborne Forces, Shamanov’s order to study the English language clearly speaks of the future use of their paratroopers abroad. Maybe in Syria, or maybe somewhere else.
  6. iliitchitch
    iliitchitch 14 September 2015 16: 19 New
    0
    But this is good - this is not some kind of West Point. The amount of improvement is impressive.
  7. novobranets
    novobranets 14 September 2015 16: 21 New
    0
    Therefore, Wednesday will be the day when the whole school will only speak English, ”said the commander.
    Not without meaning. The language of a likely adversary needs to be known, at least at the level of "either you tell everything you know, or I’ll attach you to the wall."
  8. roskot
    roskot 14 September 2015 16: 29 New
    0
    English, as the language of a likely adversary, needs to be known. What about the Ukrainian mob? It can be useful...
    1. brr1
      brr1 14 September 2015 16: 58 New
      +1
      There, the issue is solved with the help of red-hot tongs. And complete understanding.
  9. Old26
    Old26 14 September 2015 16: 33 New
    +1
    Quote: Finches
    It is necessary to revive the schools destroyed by Serdyukov! One cannot win a war! With all due respect to the Airborne Forces! We need tankmen, signalmen, infantrymen, engineers, pilots ....! We need highly professional personnel officers who can train and educate the personnel of the Armed Forces! A decision has been made to make a complete transition to a professional army — God bless him! But with a large-scale continental war using conventional weapons — the professional army will very quickly disappear and will need to be equipped with a mobilization resource that will need to be prepared in a war ... Who will it be to do - Serdyukov with Vasilyeva?

    No one argues what is needed. But for the most part - this is, alas, an impossible task. In place of former schools - now anything. But this is not the main thing. Many of the officers and teachers left for civilian life; it is now difficult to return them. New - schools, or rather, the teaching staff is formed over the years - if you start now, maybe in 10 years such a skeleton will form. Well, the material base is needed. More short questions than answers
  10. Ivan Tucha
    Ivan Tucha 14 September 2015 16: 38 New
    0
    KVAKU was closed, the Airborne Troops faculty in Tula (also incidentally in the 94th opened for the same reasons plus losses ...) together with Artukha were closed, and now there are no people ... Everything, as usual, is through the back seat ...
  11. combat66
    combat66 14 September 2015 16: 38 New
    +2
    In 1988, when conducting all-Union military sports competitions between military schools, our MVVPOU (now redeveloped into the Border Institute) took 2nd place. Galloping like young stallions, what are you second after Ryazan! fellow
    So the level at "Ryazan" has always been equal to them prestigious.
    Good luck guys!
  12. wild weld
    wild weld 14 September 2015 16: 46 New
    +1
    finally, our army becomes prestigious among the population
  13. proto ukr
    proto ukr 14 September 2015 16: 50 New
    +1
    nobody but you !!! Glory of the Airborne Forces
  14. proto ukr
    proto ukr 14 September 2015 16: 51 New
    0
    army of dill - the most ludicrous in the universe, a combat hapak and sharavara
  15. proto ukr
    proto ukr 14 September 2015 16: 51 New
    0
    army of dill - the most ludicrous in the universe, a combat hapak and sharavara
  16. atamankko
    atamankko 14 September 2015 17: 02 New
    0
    The military profession has always been prestigious,
    but with a stool and his broads, prestige fell,
    thank god that is now a normal minister of defense.
  17. MolGro
    MolGro 14 September 2015 18: 12 New
    +2
    FOR THE ARMY OF RUSSIA!
  18. Old26
    Old26 14 September 2015 21: 31 New
    0
    Quote: captain
    Why have 4 airborne divisions and 4 brigades

    In fact, there are only 2 - 98 and 106 purely airborne divisions now. It seems that another 104 are planned as VDD. Two - DSD. Plus 5 teams (if you count the 45th SN).
  19. Evil 55
    Evil 55 15 September 2015 04: 45 New
    0
    The airborne forces have proven their effectiveness with their history .. Moreover, the times are now very turbulent ..