The Security To Trust

The Security To Trust

Let us introduce to you the 7th Rezekne Red Banner Missile Division and its   strategic mobility complexes with an intercontinental ballistic missile, “Topol” (“Poplar”). Unlike the 46th Missile Division whose central command post was transformed into the museum, this one still operates and guards its Homeland.

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Any visit to a military unit begins with dinner. In this military town (Ozerny) carnal needs of the military men are satisfied in such a lovely canteen.

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“Control dishes”. Female workers of the canteen offer everybody to try a cutlet with potatoes, but for some reason lay rice and a chop on a plate.

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“A service table”.

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Let’s examine the small town more thoroughly.

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Local residents are rather satisfied with their life in Ozerny. They admit that actually there is no much to do in such a small town but at the same time they’re glad it’s very quiet here. Birth rates are significantly higher than in other non-military towns. And almost no hooligans on the streets.

On the energized fence of some strategic facilities periodically die different living creatures… so there’s no problem with fresh meat of an elk, wild boar, hare, etc.

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The paper says: “Dear customers! The “Chistyulya” (“Neat person”) shop is going to offer 5% discounts since the 13th of April from 9 am to 11 am. We’ll be glad to see you!”

The only two things that upset the locals are the absence of trendy shops (they have to go to Moscow and St. Petersburg for this) and their impossibility of going abroad (because of the secrecy).

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To get to the parking area of the “Topols” is not easy at all.

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The gates are closed. The barbed wire, sharp stakes and wolf pits are everywhere around this place. So it is better to bypass.

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For this you need to catch any of the authorities and ask him to make a call so that you got a permission to come in.

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At the call a soldier comes out and permits you to enter.

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Formal verification of documents.

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Going underground.

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This tunnel goes under all the fences and wires. It is absolutely straight. But if you managed to lose your way somehow – you can ask the soldiers who are always on duty to help you.

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The security system is left behind and you are welcomed in a friendly way.

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Several steps to the place where the “Topols” and other machines live in.

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Here lives the MAZ-7310. In fact, it’s a living room, kitchen, emergency power and a guard machine-gun nest – all in one.

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The inside rooms are like compartments in a railway carriage but much closer.

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Two four-seat compartments are used for recreation personnel and a two-seat compartment – for the commander and his assistant.

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There is also a dining room for 4 persons.

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The dining compartment has a stove for cooking, cells for food storage, a fridge and storage space for dishes and its washing.

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A fridge.

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On this chair sits a shooter who rotates the machine gun and shoots the enemies.

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Inside these garages stand secret vehicles which can’t be shown to you.

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“A duty officer at the position”. After visiting a secret strategic garage it’s time to relieve stress and go to the barracks.

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A classroom with a plasma TV-set.

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A bathroom.

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A special place for polishing your shoes.

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The temperature graph.

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And here it is – a huge truck used for the transportation of the “Topol”.

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To drive this truck is very easy – there is an automatic gearbox (a lever is on the right), a toggle “back – neutral – forward” and two pedals. The brake is pressed with the left foot.

21 thoughts on “The Security To Trust”

  1. There very fresh paint here. Look closely and one can see how decrepit the places (vehicles included) were before the painting. Are secret vehicles we cannot see in such condition?
    In old days this would be considered propaganda. Phooey, I say!

  2. What was pulled off that “artwork” in the last photo? Something round it looks like. Perhaps the old sickle and hammer?

    Interesting, but trust me, the US knows everything about these places. You have no secrets. (only from your own people) Ditto the US, you know everything about what we have also.

    It’s all just a big game. The leaders of the countries (once we get rid of odumbo the lawless and get a REAL president), should sit down and talk things out like adults.

    It’s pretty clear now, that none of us want to start a nuclear war, or war of any kind with each other.

    The only people we have to worry about now, are the crazies that have nukes, like Pakistan and Iran…. Have you see those people dancing in the streets when they parade their rockets by?? Man, that’s CRAZY!!

    (which incidentally, they got their nukes with the help of Russia and China…. This is what I was talking about earlier when I said Russia kept doing these things, to create a “thorn” in the side of America)

    • It’s a big game which Russia has to play to survive. US are trying to destabilize Russia since forever, Russia is too undesired power for US to create a unipolar world.

    • You mister american citizen like no-one else knows how much business plays you and your country. Change the regime to anarchy and then you’ll get your “adult talk”. The americans were supplying Iraq in 1990s against Iran, it supplied Isral since forever. Iran’s point is understandable but still feels like there is alot of fanatism. Russia never had any plans of building nuclear weapons for Iran, it was agreed Iran could purify uranium up to 30% but now that they want more and refuse Russia’s offer to sell them highly purified uranium, Russia has become imposing sanctions on Iran, together with other countries.

  3. Well, for all I’ve seen on English Russia, the Russians are very well prepared for the next international war. The fact that they are obviously quite crazy may work in their favour, or it may not. Let’s hope that playing with all their military toys will keep them happy and harmless.

    • Indeed. It is such a shame US keep making wars everywhere to make markets and secure the instability to have cheap oil and no market rivals.

    • Actually, it is a new generation of rockets. They are mobile and cannot be destroyed, because they always relocate. So, intelligence data are useless. They do not want to be kidding anyone, those missiles can reach very far. It’s the family of this kind of missiles –
      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/RT-2UTTKh_Topol_M

    • I dunno what they weigh, but I’ve seen 6 wheeled trucks that weigh 200 tons loaded, those aren’t the biggest 6 wheelers either.

  4. I agree that all of us, both Russians and Americans, know we’re not going to launch missiles at each other. I’m not worried about the Chinese launching anything, either. Just like many others here, I’m more concerned now about terroists, Iran, or North Korea in that regard. Far as the photo feature goes, we didn’t see anything the Russian Strategic Rocket Forces didn’t want us to see. I’m sure our side knows plenty about this site, anyway.

    • I agree with your concerns. However, because the fingers on the buttons are so itchy, I do worry that if a rogue state launched someone in Russia would freak out and launch on the west

  5. Check out this article in today’s Wall Street Journal about the failure of the Russians to get a perfessional army off the ground.

    http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424052748703678404575636412726670020.html?mod=WSJ_hp_MIDDLENexttoWhatsNewsSecond#articleTabs%3Darticle

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