8 Life of the Russian SWAT

Life of the Russian SWAT

Posted on January 11, 2013 by team


You are about to see the life of the sixteenth separate brigade of special forces. The photographs were taken on the eve of New Year's holidays. You are going to see how they exercise, what they wear, what weapons they use, where they eat and much more.


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8 Responses to “Life of the Russian SWAT”

  1. Thinking is great says:

    Awsome pictures!

  2. Eddie says:

    Wow did that fall way way short of the hype. So one day at a training camp. Neato.

  3. Dai says:

    Why they don’t use weapons with optical aiming devices?

  4. tea pot says:

    Next time Santa tries to escape through the woods he better think twice. He was lucky this time.

  5. Patriot says:

    SWAT? You’re kidding? Right? Everything these guys did in this photo essay is what men and women in the US Army and US Marines do everyday. If this is Special Forces then I’m the commander of this unit because my advanced infantry training skills training exceeded this.

    • whatup says:

      Bet you graduated top of your class in Navy SEALs, are involved in numerous raids made on Al-Quaeda and have over 300 confirmed kills. You are trained in gorilla warfare and you are top sniper in US Armed Forces

  6. anonymous says:

    First of all this isn’t the Russian counterpart to SWAT (which is part of the police force), these troops are not even in the internal ministry. You can clearly see by their uniforms that these are paratroopers (VDV), and judging by how young they look, I’d say that most of them are probably conscripts. This is not the 16th Separate Special Purpose Brigade.

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