Remember that some figures are shown in how many battalions/regiments they have, not in specific equipment numbers.
They probably have an additional 50% operational capacity (estimated)!
This is a picture from the Murmansk naval base.
Although aiming to reform its military into Western-style expeditionary forces, Russia’s security elite continued to consider combat readiness and modernization of nuclear arms as its first priority.
And sorry, they are a skilled enemy, if you make them one.
Don't forget that they are also humans, including all of the capabilities that comes with it!
I mean that in a good sense.
-Hello to all Russians reading this! / The Political Avenue Editor.
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They also have developed this Global Positioning System electronic jammer...
Russia Develops Hi-Tech Jammer to Shut Down GPS
An integrated jamming system to screen strategic facilities from cruise missiles, smart bombs and drones using GPS, GLONASS, Galileo and Beidou global positioning systems for homing has entered service with the Russian armed forces, the newspaper Izvestiya wrote citing a Defense Ministry source in Moscow.
Dubbed as POLE-21, the system consists of jamming modules installed on mobile phone towers and working as a single whole to cover entire areas and making them impregnable to satellite navigation systems.
Besides being powered by a tower’s circuit, the Pole-21 modules also use their GSM antennas as a backup channel for signal control and transmission. “The system has already been successfully tested and is now operational,” the source told the newspaper.
All the four global positioning systems whose signals are effectively deflected by Pole-21 work within the 1176.45 and 1575.42 MHz range. Even a 20 watt transmitter is enough for Pole-21 to jam all signals in this range within a radius of 80 kilometers.
Pole-21 has one downside though. While generating radio interference against the enemy using the GPS satellite navigation systems, it does the same to domestic users of GPS and its Russian analogue – GLONASS.
Russia's state-of-the-art frigate of the Black Sea Fleet, the Admiral Grigorovich, armed with Caliber missiles, has set off to the Mediterranean Sea from the port of Sevastopol on November 3. The vessel is said to join the group of Russian warships off the coast of Syria, RIA Novosti reports with reference to a source in the law enforcement agencies of the Crimea.