Today you will get a chance to see how marine infantry in Sevastopol is trained.
A. Bunka here. That is one old pool table.
Beginning to feel like this is a army recruitment site.
You forgot to say “First, like the good ol’ USA.”
I love the First tradition
Can anyone explain the use of colored poles (held by two marines) at the unloading of the ship?
Its hardly to see out of vehicle lioke this where the ramp starts
Defending the Motherland (although this is in Ukraine) from American imperialism, neo-fascism, Islamic separatists, Georgian super-nationalists, Extreme Sports rowdies and drunkards, bazooka-wielding hooligans, and cucumber festival infiltrators.
You mean mighty Russia is afraid of little Georgia?
Well, two men from Georgia did conquer Russia, so maybe they should be afraid…
Its good to read you let in peace the hot russian girls getting refreshed in the fountains, or in bikini contests, having fun in the beaches, or getting sexy showing cars. There is hope for you.
That LST (Landing Ship-Tank) is a lot of boat!
I’m surprised at the high superstructure, and would wonder at the radar return it gave even at a distance.
Of course, according to the sub guys, there are ONLY two types of ship: Submarines, and Targets.
AKA, Large slow moving target.
From the Halls of the Reichstag to the shores of Sevastopol.
Are this Russians or Ukrainians ? Sevastopl is on Ukraine, but there is still is russian navy operating …
one reason is that Krim and the whole east ukrain belong ethnically to russia.
90% there speak russian und are the slaves of the kievskyi-rus. The west people belong to poland.
Only because Soviet doctrine relocated ethinic Russians to the sattelite states in order to dilute the blood of the local population.
Ehhh in 1200 there had been a Soviet doctrine?
Thx for the info mate..
Cuke fest infiltrators are the lowest form of humanity, on par with the old White Army.
In a real all-out war, you wouldn’t have six course meals. You would have to live off the land, eating plants and small animals. Russian troops are not spoonfed. They are prepared for the hardships of a real war! It appears you are not.
Trust me I know. I’ve done 7 years of service in the Russian Ground Forces. The first four were in the 4th Kantemirovskaya Guards brigade based in Voronezh. Then I did the Spetsnaz course and joined the 16th Spetsnaz brigade, based in Tambov.
SO you say all spetsnaz eat lizards when when in action? Trust me when i say i know what living off the land means to russian army steal all you can from farmers maybe rape the daughters aswell? The whole world saw your wonderfull spetsnaz in action at that school in Beslan,hang your head in shame.Australian SAS is considered by many experts to be one of the finest special forces in the world.So go back to chicken stealing mr spetsnaz.
NO we don’t eat lizards in action. But that sounds like the sort of thing that you might do, if you were in such a situation. We were trained to differentiate between poisonous and harmful food, and those that are good.
A military should be judged on the care it gives it’s fighters. Give them the best food, equipment, training and pay, and you will get the best fighters. That is a tried and true methodology. The problem is Russia has never valued life as much as the west. Thus it is ok to sacrifice soldiers in human wave attacks. It also shows in their respect for civilians and their property. Anyone under the boot of the Russian Army better hide his food, his, money, and his women.
“Australian SAS is considered by many experts to be one of the finest special forces in the world.So go back to chicken stealing mr spetsnaz.”
Really? You should be ashamed of yourself because Your Army has never really fought any wars. Only thing they do really is to go and cook for the Americans and the British in war zones who are incidentally are their masters by the way. I didn’t even know that you have an Army by the way. Which war have you ever fought and won by the way? Zilch. Only thing you are famous for is that you were sent to Australia as convicts.
Ever heard of Napoleon’s invasion of 1812, the Crimean War, the First World War, the Second World War?!!! Obviously not.
And just so that you know, Russians were never sent to Australia!
I think news come a lil bit later to australia LOL.
And the education seems also to be very special australian if you lokk at Bloodhound.
For war russia always now and in WWII had big food savings. Russians soldiers never missed food in WWII, read some books ppl…
How about you come over to Russia, and say that at a Russian military base?!! Then you would see what standards we have at our barracks. And as for $30,000 per soldier, our equipment are not sophisticated and expensive. They are designed to be reliable, dependable and cheap, so that they can be manufactured in numbers.
Um… Flowers in the wash stand, why?
BigAussieBoris and I have 3 comments, all of which are disliked and hidden. Should we go for four mate?
Folks, no need to fight. Let’s respect these men’s service. I am sure they do their best with what they have. Should these troops have better living conditions? Absolutely, and I hope they will get them. Is their equipment good? I believe so. Is it as advanced as some other countries? Some probably is, some is not. Far as the Australians and Russians go, stop fighting. Believe the Australians and Russians who fought the Axis during WWII would laugh at your whining. They fought and died, and gave up their tomorrows, so we could have our lives. Historian…wrong, Russian soldiers did miss food during WWII. Read “The Taste of War”, by Lizzie Collingham. Good book about food in WWII.
Where are you MR spetznas iam waiting for your considered reply? Guess its the time difference do you a watch ? I suppose your grand father must brought several home after occupation of germany!Yes you are right i have nothing better to do ,you see unempoyment benifits are quite generours in australia about $400 aud ( usd 440 ) per week about the same as russian major general. LOL
1)If by MR spetsnaz you are referring to me, let me tell you this. My grandfathers never fought in WWII. But both great-grandfathers on my mothers side did and died in the first year of fighting. So show some respect when you say such things.
2)How the hell would you know anything about the Russian Army to make ridiculous comments about our salaries. I rose to the rank of Captain and my monthly salary was around $2200, plus an additional $500 or so since I’d done the Spetsnaz course.
And by the way, it appears my english is better than yours.
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