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    Special Forces successfully released 100 "hostages" taken by "extremists" in the international exercise "Don Antiterror-2012", which took place in Rostov-on-Don.



    The final stage of a nationwide competition for Interior Troops' commando and reconnaissance units ended near Novosibirsk. Watch this RIA Novosti video showing soldiers shooting rocket launchers and an AGS-17 automatic grenade launcher at the "enemy."

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    Want to share with you a photo report from annual championship of special units called «Special purpose triathlon 2012». 22nd June, 2012, Moscow oblast, «Vityaz» Training center.

    This year the following 12 teams from 9 special units took part in the competition:
    - Department «A» (Alfa) Special purpose center of FSB Russia - 2 teams;
    - «Almaz» counter-terrorism special unit of MIA Republic of Belarus - 1 team;
    - 604th Special purpose center of Internal troops MIA Russia (former «Vityaz» unit) - 2 teams;
    - Special purpose unit «Fakel» of Moscow oblast FSIN department - 1 team;
    - Special purpose unit «Tayfun» of St. Petersburg FSIN department - 1 team;
    - 25th Special purpose unit «Merkuriy» of Internal troops MIA Russia - 1 team;
    - 33rd Special purpose unit «Peresvet» of Internal troops MIA Russia - 2 teams;
    - Essentuki regional FSB special purpose unit - 1 team;
    - Special purpose unit «Grom» of Federal Drug Control Service - 1 team.

    This year Alfa-2 team took the first place, Alfa-1 team - the second, and the third is Belorussian Almaz team.


    Full report: http://vitalykuzmin.net/?q=node/470




    33rd OSN «Peresvet» of Internal troops


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    25th OSN «Merkuriy» of Internal troops


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    OSN «Tayfun» of St. Petersburg FSIN department


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    «Almaz» counter-terrorism special unit of MIA Republic of Belarus


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    «Essentuki» regional FSB special purpose unit


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    OSN «Fakel» of Moscow oblast FSIN department


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    Thank you so much Vitaly for providing us with such high quality photo's of Russia's(and other CIS nations') Finest.

    I think this might be a repost:

    The Story of the Yermolov Battalion in the first Chechen War.([*******#ff0000]Warning: Graphic Images and Terrorist Propaganda Incorporated in the Doc.[/COLOR])

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    Awesome thread! following this one a long time and finally managed to reach the "end"
    thanks to everyone who contributed all those pictures and videos!!

    now my question: doeas anybody have some pictures of russian Soldiers/Spetsnaz wielding a SR-2 "veresk?
    the more, the merrier!

    spasiba!
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    Can anybody explain to me what's happening in this video? what are those mini-Buran things on the ship decks??


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    Quote Originally Posted by owais.usmani View Post
    what are those mini-Buran things on the ship decks??
    Orbiter (strike-fighter) part of military complex "Spiral"

    http://www.buran.ru/htm/spiral.htm there's a gif video of how it should've work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Logisticz View Post
    now my question: doeas anybody have some pictures of russian Soldiers/Spetsnaz wielding a SR-2 "veresk?
    the more, the merrier!
    Probably - this photo you've seen?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Raden5 View Post
    Probably - this photo you've seen?

    exactly what I looking for right now! thanks alot - If you have more "operators" with SR-2 - I would be thankful.

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    I guess the title is wrong, it's not exactly soldiers but students having some practice after military academic department of some university(usually about 1 month and they are becoming Lt. in reserve).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Az_esm View Post

    I guess the title is wrong, it's not exactly soldiers but students having some practice after military academic department of some university(usually about 1 month and they are becoming Lt. in reserve).
    awesome!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Az_esm View Post

    I guess the title is wrong, it's not exactly soldiers but students having some practice after military academic department of some university(usually about 1 month and they are becoming Lt. in reserve).
    Well, singing a MOST unlikely (and probably obscene) cadence and trying to get off with nothing is a kind of tradition in most ROTC classes in Russian colleges. I remember a similar video with the cadets singing the native and well known, but an extremely obscene and actively discouraged folk marching cadence known as "We have fscked a bear".

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hisroyalhighness View Post
    Thank you so much Vitaly for providing us with such high quality photo's of Russia's(and other CIS nations') Finest.

    I think this might be a repost:

    The Story of the Yermolov Battalion in the first Chechen War.([*******#ff0000]Warning: Graphic Images and Terrorist Propaganda Incorporated in the Doc.[/COLOR])

    Excellent post, had been thinking about posting it but well.... The graphic nature put me off, I always wondered exactly what happened to those Boys as I had seen fragments of Footage... RIP

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    Quote Originally Posted by DasVivo View Post
    The graphic nature put me off, I always wondered exactly what happened to those Boys as I had seen fragments of Footage... RIP
    Yeah, it is pretty hard to watch what happens to lads who get captured by the goat ****ers; the execution video of the six conscripts in Dagestan will haunt me for the rest of my life. But we can all take solace in the knowledge that most if not of the beardies in the footage are dead, especially asslicker Khattab.


    Ontopic:
    Chechen Battles 1994-1995(Some never before seen pics)

    http://englishrussia.com/2012/09/02/...zny-1994-1995/

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