35 Daily Routine of Russian Airborne Forces

Daily Routine of Russian Airborne Forces

Posted on August 7, 2010 by team

Daily Routine of Airborne Forces 1

This time we offer you to see how an ordinary day of Russian airborne forces looks like. These guys are serving in one of the regiments in Kubinka, the Moscow Region.

Daily Routine of Airborne Forces 2

Hand-to-hand fight

Daily Routine of Airborne Forces 3

Obstacle race is one of the most interesting things


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35 Responses to “Daily Routine of Russian Airborne Forces”

  1. First says:

    Am I 1st?

  2. me says:

    I’m just curious, what ranks have the flight pilots in the VVS? Do recruits get to fly planes, or only officers?

  3. SureThing says:

    hmm why do they have bundeswehr uniforms? (@indoor shooting range)

    • kbr says:

      Why does the Bundeswehr have Russian uniforms you mean? ;)

    • Tsuhna says:

      In Russia the terrain ranges from Arctic to tropical and everything between, there are never ending forests as well as open plains, with such a terrain it’s impossible to make just a couple of camouflage patterns that are effective everywhere, so they make few of their own and use existing ones from other countries where they see necessary, German flectarn is a good pattern that suits to number of terrains, russians use some variation(s) of British DPM too.

  4. Also Curious says:

    whats that with the hammer & sickle on their belt buckles? Is this just a way of recycling the old red army gear or does it serve a certain purpose?

  5. OLUT says:

    I want to play on that obstacle course! Maybe not the guns and the mines part, but it looks like a big playground.


    Picture 27, that guy has two different coloured eyes. Cool!

  6. Kirov says:

    Staged for the photographers.

    These troops are like most Russian troops very badly armed and trained. Pale complexion because of the bad food. In general at least 20% is in bed during the day because of stomach problems like diarea.
    Often the level of boredom is so great that they are happy when they can DO something, like r.ape a girl in Chechnya or so. And did you know in Russia more soldiers die in the training facility than during wartimes ? Cruelty is everywhere.

  7. Nik says:

    Kirov where is the infor from, no reference makes unrealible, and all soldiers rape, pilliage and kill thats what they are trained to do, plus this boys most of them did not go there as volonteers and taking an opportunity to put down this guys on your part is not exectly nice. Yes russian army is screwd but so are all the people except some that are more equal than others, just greed and the whole psyche of the Russian people right now and as its been for hundred of years. Royals ride horses men walk in mud, Presidents drive Mercedes people chocke on vodka and smog.

  8. Kirov (REAL) says:

    fake kirov, you dumb little joke, you actually made me angry this time. you know what I would do if I found you? I would beat you up man. seriously.

    • Kirov says:

      Please try. You’re welcome here in Astrakhan. I was in paratroopers myself so know what I’m talking about. Want to experience some systema? On your fat ugly head ? And stop impersonating me. I’m close to getting mad!

  9. lithuanian says:

    Dedovschina is major part of daily routine in Russian army. Why isn’t it reflected in these propaganda photos.

  10. Otis R. Needleman says:

    What I saw was a squad or two of rather new troops going through some basic training-type activities. I’m sure there are more experienced Russian airborne troops. I’m sure these young men would do their best, but I doubt they even come close to US airborne troops.

    • Eternal Jew Kirov says:

      At these guys is not present laser and thermographic sights, but in street fight can force to cry
      US airborne troops.

  11. Testiculese says:

    I saw ,ore modern training facilities in the taliban held Afghanistan

  12. TimO says:

    Flying Nano-Bots the size of a fly that can hear, see and deliver tiny powerful deadly weapons, and so, so much more…A handful sent in a direction can detect heat, cold, smell… No enemy stands a chance…..

    Humans like this fighting looking mean, tough will be surpirsed by ambush tactics that are painless yet cause death by tiny little robots stinging them like mosquitoes..

    • Doug says:

      The Hammer and Sickle shows that the equipment was created during the Soviet Era, and that they don’t have enough money to purchase new uniforms and so, they are recycling it.

      • Michael says:

        Hammer and Sickle tribute to the tradition, rather than lack of money. These guys with one spade slaughtered half a battalion of the enemy so that others do not even notice. Russian soldier makes a winner is what he is Russian!

  13. Obamasmama says:

    Christ, looks like a boy scout troop in training.

  14. ZeroDrop says:

    USA have all this technology and can’t manage to win a war properly. Only burns money. So what use? If the use is for better burning money, so they’re an excellence!

    To speak in doing something for show? You’re talking USA troops, that always retire after give up on winning. Vietnam tradition!

  15. chris says:

    what kind of rear sight is that on theri ak in picture 1 and 23?

    and pkm ftw.

  16. chris says:

    and to settle the debate, killing civilians and raping women is the acts of all wars and of all nations. its not limited to Russian or American soldiers. one of the many reasons to avoid war.

  17. zytron says:

    i love you guys. Lets go back to the Old days when leaders lead their country into war, or send their sons to front line YEAH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    Ken oath guys, all leaders these days do is use our sons and daughters to keep their personal piggy banks safe

  18. SSSR says:

    This site does get interesting sometimes.The posts and the comments :)

  19. mike says:

    Indoor firing range for the AK-74 must be LOOOUUUUUD. That thing is an ear-damage machine because of the muzzle brake.

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