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Color Photos of Soviet Airborne Trooper Forces

Color Photos of Soviet Airborne Trooper Forces

Soviet soldiers-internationalists in Afghanistan - photo thread - Page 1 - AR15.COM

Soviet soldiers-internationalists in Afghanistan - photo thread - Page 1 - AR15.COM

Soviet soldiers-internationalists in Afghanistan - photo thread - Page 1 - AR15.COM

Soviet soldiers-internationalists in Afghanistan - photo thread - Page 1 - AR15.COM

RD-54 over lifchik - Google Search

RD-54 over lifchik - Google Search

Soviet-Afghan War, soviet special forces operatives, Spetsnaz, displaying their Mujahideen disguises. Date and location unknown.

Scout reconnaissance operator of the OMSBr / GRU in Jalalabad.

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R-420 Atlet-D tropospheric scatter radio. Introduced in 1975 to replace the earlier Atlet system, the unit used two 16 meter diameter antenna. Range per hop was increased to 350 to 400 km (217 to 248 miles)

R-420 Atlet-D tropospheric scatter radio. Introduced in 1975 to replace the earlier Atlet system, the unit used two 16 meter diameter antenna. Range per hop was increased to 350 to 400 km (217 to 248 miles)

R-423 Brig-1 tropospheric scatter radio system of 1981.

R-423 Brig-1 tropospheric scatter radio system of 1981.

Vassili Margelov, 1943

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Ladoga VIP evacuation APC. Built on the chassis and engine of the T-80 tank, the Ladoga was intended to evacuate the Premier of the USSR and other high ranking Kremlin personnel in the event of a WMD attack. A two man crew manning the vehicle could carry up to four VIPs from the Kremlin to the airport in a hermetically sealed environment.

Ladoga VIP evacuation APC. Built on the chassis and engine of the T-80 tank, the Ladoga was intended to evacuate the Premier of the USSR and other high ranking Kremlin personnel in the event of a WMD attack. A two man crew manning the vehicle could carry up to four VIPs from the Kremlin to the airport in a hermetically sealed environment.

VDV soldier firing what looks like a “Balkan” 40mm automatic grenade launcher. Somewhere in Afghanistan, late 80s.

VDV soldier firing what looks like a “Balkan” automatic grenade launcher. Somewhere in Afghanistan, late