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10 How Russian Soldiers Live in Syria

How Russian Soldiers Live in Syria

Posted on October 2, 2015 by tim


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Famous Russian war journalist went to Syria to see how newly arrived Russian soldiers live in the newly established military camps in Syria. He was admitted to visit and see how soldiers live, how they cook food etc. Just a few photos but a good start! Thanks to Sasha for publishing these photos!

 

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Russian military mobile kitchens are in full demand here.

 

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Cooks come from Russia too.

 

 

 

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10 Responses to “How Russian Soldiers Live in Syria”

  1. Alain says:

    “people probably afraid of local water and boil it” : Russians are used to that, as they don’t drink their tap water, even in big cities like Moscow. Decadent West does not have this problem…

    • aaar says:

      @”Alain”
      Probably you haven’t heard of the poisoned drinking water disaster in Michigan….

      Well, normally, you haven’t heard about anything but your paranoid panic against everything Russian.

      -LOL

  2. Darius says:

    I don’t know how it is in Syria, but in Egypt you can catch a pretty serious disease or die if you would drink not boiled water or for example eat not disinfected fruits. This does not affect locals, as they have the necessary immunity, but visitors do not have this immunity.
    Besides – what army wants to risk their soldiers to get sick on a combat mission (no one or two soldiers, but massively)?

    • Alain says:

      I know for sure that it is a problem in a third world country. But is it normal, in a so-called developed country ? All the more a nuclear power ? Not enough money to bring drinkable water to the citizens of its capital city ? Let alone water to ALL its citizens ?

      • Froggy says:

        The west has engineered a situation, now out of control, where we are collectively facing the biggest muslim threat ever to our own civilisation but all you care about is the quality of Moscow’s tap water…

        Something I despair of my fellow country men.

        • Alain says:

          I am very happy to see Russia join the efforts to fight Daesh. Unfortunately, it seems their Glonass still has some problems to help them target correctly the real enemy (we are used to that, since last year).

          I meant, beside this, that money in the country could be better used to improve the well-being of the citizens (water and electricity for everybody – still waiting the promisses of the Soviets), instead of useless warmongering among the neighbors, corruption and petty criminality…

          Would the country be perfect, the Russians would not have been, until now, the first people asking for political asylum in Europe. And you would have moved there, Froggy, too ;)

          • Froggy says:

            The Soviets were 25 years ago… Today, with all its faults, Syria, Iraq and Libya were no way in the Sh*t the US & the West has put them into …

            The Russians are targeting Islamic State & the so-called “moderates” that the West is propping up because they are as bad as IS and keep defecting to Al-Nusra. Even the US congress knows that despite the current administration trying to hide it.

            The truth is that, as un-pleasant as it may be, the Iranians & Bashar are the only serious force standing between Islamic State & Europe. We should all be thankful to Putin for supporting the real opposition to Islamic State.

  3. flyer says:

    KAB-500
    imgdone.com/images/07848487588462033188.jpg
    ru.wikipedia.org/wiki/%D0%9A%D0%90%D0%91-500

  4. flyer says:

    correction: BETAB-500 youtu.be/hiA0JUdWR6M

  5. Ayatola says:

    Is it me or those tires are all flat ?

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