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Old 01-11-2009, 07:18 AM
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Default Russian Army OOB

As for the other countries, I put up what I designed for Russia. As for most other OOB, these were made from more recent elements than normal T2K. Nevertheless, they could easily be addapted as they were made from several sources taken from the original game.

One could say that finding cold war units is surprising but that is explained by the period of military rebuilding preceding the war. Something, else: the war lasted three to four years before the nuke started to fell and that is why units can be found in other areas than in their original ones. I'll post archives on that too. Anyway, I expect the archives to be more intersting to you.

This first part includes the various so called active front. Of course, for most of them, they are not active anymore but they are called that because they are located on foreing lands.


Komitet Gosudarstvennoy Bezopasnosti (KGB)
Glavnoye Razvedyvafel'noye Upra vieniye (GRU)
Colonel Andrei Zvetayev (Armée)
Colonel Mikhail Tumanski (Spetsnaz)
Colonel Piotr Bulganin (GRU)
Colonel Nikita Borisov (KGB)
Captain Ilarion V. Fedorenko (Spetsnaz)
Major Nikolai S. Volkhov
Major-General M. Koronev.
Colonel Ya. N. Chekanov
Colonel Ivan Brekhov (Spetsnaz)
Colonel Dmter Kristov (East Europe SB)
Colonel Pavel Chernel (East Europe SB).
General Anton V. Chelkov (Red Bear)
Captain Boris S. Palvolt
Colonel Ivan D. Kalishka
General Uri P. Valnikov (GRU)
General Oleg S. Koslov (GRU)
Academician Viktor P. Salnikov (space science)
Colonel Alexei J. Kazanov
Lt. General Leonid A. Semenchenko (KingsRansom)
Major General Konstantin P. Yermolayev
Colonel Viktor P. Menshikov
Major Ivan A. Volkhonsky
Major General Alexander A. Vostokov
Colonel Serguei S. Neshumov
Colonel Piotyr B. Zyrayanov
Colonel Boris M. Chapayev (Border Guards)
Lt Colonel Andrei N. Shebunin (Border Guards)
Lt Colonel Yuri S. Dalmatov (Border Guards).
Major Ilya P. Dzhurov M.D
Captain Irina N. Denikova (Comm)
Lieutenant Natasha A. Savitskaya (Comm)
Captain Yevegny A. Derevyanko (Eng.)
Lieutenant Andrei M. Tutarinov (Eng.)
General Vasily N. Surov (KGB)
Major General Nikita S. Kurdakhov (Border Guards)
Colonel Kyrill N. Nagornyy (Border Guards)
Colonel Oleg V. Rasumov (Border Guards)
Colonel General Pyotr I. Suryakin
Lt. General Yevegny B. Laurinenko
Major General Anatoli P. Parashikov
Dr. Tatiana M. Yusupova (Party Secretary)
Colonel Mikhail T. Kuznetsov (GRU)
Major Boris V. Goldokin (GRU)
Major General Vasily G. Zhukov
Colonel lllya Y Baranov
Major General Mikhail S. Koronev
Captain Mikal D. Andrekov (navy)
Lieutnant Natasha F. Andrekov (naval troops)
Major Nikolai S. Volkhov (Spetsnaz)
Lieutenant Pavel B. Gulashev (Spetsnaz)
Mikhail T. Presniakov (KGB)
Boris I. Timasheff (KGB)
Major Anatoli S. Malekov (KGB)

SSD-400 (Spetznaz): UK
Manpower: 40

RUSSIA’S FORCES MEXICO
Major Konstantin S. Femerov
Colonel Vasily I. Sergov
- GRU (90 men)
- KGB (100 men)
- SSD-509 (Spetznaz)
Manpower: 500
- South American Frontal Aviation :
Manpower: 400 men
Aircraft: 2 Mig-29s, 1 Mig-21, 1 SU-25, 1 AN-12, 1 Mi-24, 2 Mi-8.
- DIVISION CUBA (San Antonio, Texas)
Manpower: 3000
Assets: 2 Black Eagles, 2 T-90s, 10 T-80s, 1 Sprut-D, 1 M1A1 , 1 M60A3

Latvia is the only Baltic state to be under Russian occupation. With the destruction of Kaliningrad, the Russian needed an harbor that would remain free of ice, Riga seemed perfect to them. In my game they are facing attacks by marauders and resistance groups that were joined by the 5th US Mechanized Division

RUSSIAN ARMY GROUP “LATVIA”
General Eduard Varnazhe (East Europe SB)
11th Guard Army
- Baltic Naval Infantry Brigade
Manpower: 650
- 24th GTD
Manpower: 1200
Assets: 2 T-90s
- 40th GMRD (Jelgava)
Manpower : 500+500 cavalry
Assets : 8 T-72s
- 44th Cavalry Division (Jegavpils)
Manpower: 1400 cavalry
- 88th MRD
Manpower: 800
Assets: 12 T-55s
- 107th MRD (Riga)
Manpower : 4000
Assets : 36 T-80s

Poland remain a fine front on Paper, but troops in Poland suffer heavily from very limited supplies. Moreover, this one of the area of Europe where you'll find the most numerous marauders
RUSSIAN ARMY GROUP “POLAND”
West Central Poland
- 1st TD
Manpower : 3000
Assets : 9 T-90s
- 9th GTD
Manpower : 4000
Assets : 24 Black Eagles
- 20th TD
Manpower: 1000
- 25th TD
Manpower : 1000
Assets : 4 T-72s
- 45th GTD
Manpower: 1750
Assets: 10 T-90s
- 120th GMRD (“Rogachev Guards”)
Manpower: 2200
Assets: 14 T-90s
- SSD-1156 (Spetznaz)
Manpower: 150
East Northern Poland
- 13th MRD
Manpower: 1500
Assets: 3 T-55s
- 43rd CD
Manpower : 2000 cavalry
- 96th CD
Manpower : 1700 cavalry
East Southern Poland
- 12th GTD
Manpower : 1000
Assets: 3 T-90s
- 20th GCD
Manpower : 1000 cavalry
- 21st MRD
Manpower : 3000
Assets: 8 T-72s
- 39th GMRD
Manpower : 3000
Assets : 27 T-72s
- 60th CD
Manpower: 750 cavalry
- 124th MRD
Manpower : 3100
Assets: 6 T-80s
- 127th CD
Manpower : 2000 cavalry
- 129th MRD
Manpower : 3000
Assets: 5 T-55s
- 131st MRD
Manpower : 2000
Assets: 16 T-55s

When Romania fell, that army group was established. It gets oil from Ploesti and limited supplies come from Moscow by train. It is also the only front to retain some aviation operating out of Russia
RUSSIAN ARMY GROUP “DANUBE”
- 41st Speznatz Bataillon
Manpower: 300
- 390th Engineer Brigade
Manpower: 500
- 32nd AAB (Bucharest)
Manpower : 750
Aircrafts : 2 Ka-52, 3 Mi-24
38th Army
- 24th MRD (Craiova)
Manpower : 4000
Assets : 36 T-72s
- 97th MRD (Pitesti)
Manpower : 600
Assets : 4 T-72s
3rd Guards Army
- 13th TD (Brasov)
Manpower : 3000
Assets : 1 T-90s, 5 Black Eagles
- 14th TD (Bucharest)
Manpower : 1000 cavalry
Assets : 1 T-72s
- 42nd GTD (Ploesti)
Manpower : 3000
Assets : 27 Black Eagles
- 117th GCD (Buzau)
Manpower : 1400 cavalry
Assets : 2 T-72s
Air Force Group “Balkan”
- 3rd IAP
Manpower: 80
Assets: 6 Su-30
- 487th OVP
Manpower: 100
Assets: 1 Mi-24, 1 Mi-2, 4 Mi-8
- 708th Gv VTAP
Manpower: 190
Assets: 1 An-12, 1 Il-76, 2 An-72, 2 An-26, 4 An-2

Ukraina officialy surrendered but a new republic was established and fightings continue. Several Russian troops are operating on the border while a strong group maintain a corridor that link Romania to Moscow.
RUSSIAN ARMY GROUP “UKRAINA”
Ukrainian Border
- Black Sea Naval Infantry Brigade
Manpower: 650
Assets: 6 Sprut-D
- 33rd AAB
Manpower: 750
Assets: 2 Mi-24, 1 Mi-8
- 38th Cavalry Brigade
Manpower: 700 cavalry
- 12th GMRD
Manpower : 4000
Assets : 32 T-72s
- 35th MRD
Manpower: 1200
Assets: 4 T-80s
- 94th CD
Manpower : 1000 cavalry
- 103rd MRD
Manpower : 4000
Assets : 28 T-80s
- 117th MRD
Manpower : 1100
- 132nd CD
Manpower : 3000 cavalry
- 157th MRD
Manpower : 1000
Ukrainian Corridor (Kisinev, Belcy, Mogilev-Podolski)
Nathan Zordich (KGB)
- Lvov KGB
Manpower: 110
Assets: 1 BRDM-2, 1 Ural, 2 UAZ-469
- 34th TD (Zhitomir)
Manpower: 4000
Assets: 16 T-72s
- 47th TD (Chortkov)
Manpower: 1500
Assets: 7 T-80s, 2 T-90s
- 33rd GMRD (Korosten)
Manpower : 1000
Assets : 3 T-72s
- 47th CD (Berdichev)
Manpower: 800 cavalry
- 70th GMRD (Novograd-Volynski)
Manpower : 620 (Ski troops)
Assets: 4 GT-S, 1 GT-T, 1 MT-LB, 1 BMP-3, 1 Ural-375
- 98th GMRD (Helmnicki)
Manpower : 4000
Assets : 4 T-72s, 2 T-55s
- 318th GMRD (Ternopol)
Manpower: 1520+480 cavalry
Assets: 20 UAZ-469, 20 Ural, 26 Zil, 1 MT-LB, 3 BRDM-2s, 1 BMP-3, 1 BTR-80, 8 BTR-70, 2 FH122s, 2 BM-21s, 1 BM-30
- 14th AAB (Vinnitsa)
Manpower : 750

RUSSIAN 20th ARMY, YOUGOSLAVIA
- 112th AAB (Beograd)
Manpower : 700
Aircrafts : 2 Ka-52s, 3 Mi-8s
- 9th CD (Mostar, Bosnia)
Manpower : 1000 cavalry
- 73rd GMRD (Sarajevo, Bosnia)
Manpower : 4000
Assets : 32 T-72s
- 266th MRD (Sarajevo, Bosnia)
Manpower : 4000

In the Far east, the Russian troops have been split in three. A group maintain security over the Islands located north of Japan. A second group remain in Korea. A last group is backing the independent Mandchurian Republic.
RUSSIAN ARMY GROUP “FAR EAST”
Far Eastern TVD, Yalu Front
- 319th OBVP
Manpower: 120
Assets: 4 Mi-24s, 2 Mi-8s
- 364th OVP
Manpower: 110
Assets: 6 Mi-8s
- 63rd Naval Infantry Regiment
Manpower: 800
Assets: 2 Sprut-D
- 203rd AAB
Manpower: 200
- 102nd Guards Airborne Division
Manpower: 3500
- 18th Hovercraft Transport Regiment
Manpower: 300
Assets: 5 Pomornik, 3 Tsaplya
28th Army
- 50th GMRD (Kurile Islands)
Manpower: 2000
Assets: 12 T-72s
- 101st GMRD (Sakhalin Island)
Manpower: 1000
- 104th MRD (Sakhalin Island)
Manpower: 3000
Assets: 15 T-90s
- 128th AAB (Kurile Islands)
Manpower: 600
35th Army
- 38th MRD (Pyongyang, North Korea)
Manpower: 2000
Assets: 8 T-72s, 1 T-80
- 53rd GMRD (Suijang, North Korea)
Manpower: 1800
Assets: 4 T-90s
- 173rd MRD (Hamphung, North Korea)
Manpower: 1200
Assets: 8 T-90s
Manchuria Defense Force
- 825th OVP
Manpower: 80
Assets: 2 Mi-2, 3 Mi-8s
- 50th AAB
Manpower: 200
- 98th AAB
Manpower: 300
5th Army
- 79th GTD
Manpower: 1100
Assets: 3 Black Eagles
- 29th MRD
Manpower: 500
Assets: 3 T-72s
- 71st MRD
Manpower : 3000
Assets : 15 T-80s
- 79th MRD
Manpower: 3000
Assets: 12 T-90s
36th Army
- 6th TD
Manpower: 4000
Assets: 16 T-72s, 20 T-90s.
- 49th TD
Manpower: 2000
Assets: 24 T-80s
- 46th MRD (Harbin)
Manpower: 3000
39th Army
- 34th GTD
Manpower: 2000
Assets: 5 T-80s
- 23rd GMRD (Tsitsihar)
Manpower: 2000
Assets: 6 T-80s
- 30th GMRD
Manpower: 1100
Assets: 7 T-72s
- 100th MRD (Tsitisihar)
Manpower: 2000
Assets: 16 T-72s

RUSSIAN ARMY GROUP “MIDDLE-EAST”
1st Army
- 8th MRD (Yazd)
Manpower: 5000
Assets: 40 T-72s
- 150th MRD (Kharanaq)
Manpower: 1000
Assets: 2 T-55s
- 346th MRD (Baft)
Manpower: 3000
- 11th OVP (Yazd)
Manpower: 300
Assets: 2 Mi-8
4th Army
- 31st GMRD (Western Iraq)
Manpower: 1000
Assets: 9 T-80s
- 146th MRD (Khorramabad)
Manpower: 2000
Assets: 16 T-55s
- 32nd OBVP (Kermanshah)
Manpower: 350
Assets: 3 Mi-24, 3 Mi-8
7th Guards Army
- 75th MRD (Mianeh)
Manpower: 2000
Assets: 18 T-80s
- 164th MRD (Miandowab)
Manpower: 2000
Assets: 12 T-72s
- 627th OBVP (Tabriz)
Manpower: 800
Assets: 4 Ka-52, 4 Mi-24, 6 Mi-8
40th Army
- 66th MRD (Kerman)
Manpower: 1000
Assets: 4 T-72s
- 84th MRD (Jiroft)
Manpower: 2000
- 360th MRD (Rafsanjan)
Manpower: 3000
Assets : 15 T-72s
- 340th OBVP (Kerman)
Manpower: 200
Assets: 1 Ka-52, 2 Mi-24
45th Army
- 19th MRD (Esfahan)
Manpower: 4200
Assets: 32 T-55s, 3 BM-21s, 3 SO-152s, 4 SO-122s, 9 FH122s
- 104th Guards Air Assault Division (Mozzfarabad)
Manpower: 1800
- 212th AAB (Qom)
Manpower: 800
- SSD-1109 Spetsnaz
Manpower: 100
- 45th OBVP (Qom)
Manpower : 680
Assets : 2 Mi-2, 3 Ka-52, 7 Mi-24, 8 Mi-8

These troops are engaged in northern scandinavia, mostly holding some limited grounds in northern Norway and Finland.
RUSSIAN ARMY GROUP “SCANDINAVIA”
6th Combined Arms Army
- 6th OBVP
Manpower: 220 men
Helicopters: 5 Mi-24s, 3 Mi-8s, 3 Mi-2s
- 33rd AAB
Manpower: 1000
- 6th GMRD
Manpower: 2000
Assets: 3 T-80s, 6 T-72s
- 68th GMRD
Manpower: 4000
Assets: 28 T-55s
- 129th Art Div
Manpower : 600
Assets: 8 FH122s, 3 BM-30

This group is now isolated in Austria but the Russians have established a free state over eastern Russia with support from part of the Austrians. They live off the land
RUSSIAN ARMY GROUP “AUSTRIA”
8th Guards Army
- 5th TD (Vienna)
Manpower: 4100
Assets: 8 T-72s, 8 T-80s
- 51st TD (Wolkersdoff)
Manpower: 4000
- 106th MRD (Graz)
Manpower: 4200
Assets: 24 T-80s
21st Army
- 102nd GMRD (Linz)
Manpower: 4000
Assets: 12 T-72s, 3 T-80s, 1 M1A2
- 108th MRD
Manpower: 3000
Assets: 15 T-72s
- 135th MRD
Manpower: 1000 cavalry
Assets: 3 T-55s
41st Army
- 18th GMRD (Klagenfurt)
Manpower: 1200
Assets: 8 T-72s
- 48th MRD
Manpower: 3000
Assets: 5 T-80s
- 122nd GMRD
Manpower: 1000
Assets: 5 T-80s, 1 T-90
- 130th MRD (Villach)
Manpower: 100+400 cavalry
Assets: 1 T-72
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Default Russian Army OOB (2)

As the first part was made of units still stationed outside of Russia, this part include all units located within the border of Russia.

St. Petersburg district also control units that are located in Karelia and it is supposed to command over forces engaged in Scandiavia.

St. PETERSBURG (VO)
- 85th OVP
Manpower: 250
Assets: 1 Mi-2, 1 Mi-24, 7 Mi-8
- 332nd OVP
Manpower: 340
Assets: 4 Mi-2, 11 Mi-8s
- 485th OBVP (Karelia)
Manpower: 560
Assets: 5 Ka-52, 12 Mi-24s, 12 Mi-8s
- 27th Naval Infantry Regiment (Kronshtadt)
Manpower: 600
Assets: 4 Sprut-D
- 62nd Engineering Regiment (Saint Petersburg)
Manpower: 490
Assets: 4 BREM-1s, 1 IMR-2, 1 MTU-20.
- 2nd Spetznaz Brigade (Pskov)
Manpower: 1360
Assets: 3 BTR-70s
- Naval Spetznaz Brigade (Karelia)
Manpower: 800
- 18th Antiaircraft Missile Brigade (Karelian isthmus)
Manpower: 1300
Assets: 4 SA-8bs, 2 S-300s
- 9th Guard Artillery Brigade (Luga)
Manpower: 800
Assets: 12 SO-152s, 12 SM-152s, 11 FH152s, 8 BM-21s, 2 BM-30s, 13 MTLBs, 12 BTR-80s, 4 BTR-90s.
- 95th Communications Brigade (Saint Petersburg, Karelian isthmus)
Manpower: 520
- 146th Communications Brigade (Saint Petersburg)
Manpower: 1084
- 41st Brigade of radiation, chemical and biological protection (Vologda)
Manpower: 540
Assets: 20 MT-LBs.
- 37th MRD (Kirovsk)
Manpower: 2000
Assets: 10 T-90s
- 43rd MRD (Primorsk)
Manpower: 1000
Assets: 3 T-55s
- 64th GMRD (Vyborg)
Manpower: 900+100 cavalry
Assets: 3 T-72s, 1 T-80
- 77th GMRD (Sestroretsk)
Manpower: 4000
Assets: 36 T-72s
- 137th MRD (Svetogorsk)
Manpower: 4000
- 76th Guards Air Assault Division (Volkov)
Manpower: 2000

This distrcit control the area east of Ukraine and north of Caucasus.
CAUCASIAN MILITARY DISTRICT
- 325th OBVP (Rostov)
Manpower: 660
Assets: 4 Mi-2, 10 Mi-24, 10 Mi-8
- 10th Engineer-sapper Regiment (Kamensk)
Manpower: 500
Assets: 2 IMR-2s, 2 MTU-20s
- 17th Hovercraft Transport Regiment
Manpower: 200
Assets: 2 Pomornik, 2 Tsaplya
- 37th Naval Infantry Regiment
Assets: 800
- 22nd Spetsnaz Brigade (Rostov-on- Don)
Manpower: 1690
Assets: 25 BTR-80s; 11 BMP-2s, 11 FH122s, 8 BM-21s.
- 102nd Antiaircraft Missile Brigade (Krasnodar)
Manpower: 680
Assets: 3 SA-8bs, 2 S-300s.
- 227th Artillery Brigade (Krasnodar)
Manpower: 840
Assets: 8 SO-152s, 3 BM-30s, 3 BM-21s, 10 MT-LBs, 4 BTR-80s
- 175th Individual Communications Brigade (Aksay)
Manpower: 540
- 21st Brigade of radiation, chemical and biological protection (Frolov)
Manpower: 280
- 860th Separate Flamethrower Battalion (October)
Manpower: 170
Assets: 8 MT-LBs

This district is located north of the Caspian sae and west of Ural
VOLGA-URAL MILITARY DISTRICT
- 793rd OBVP (Cherkassy)
Manpower: 870
Assets: 5 Ka-52s, 6 Mi-24s, 7 Mi-8s
- 56th Engineer-sapper Regiment (Ufa)
Manpower: 530
Assets: 2 IMR-2s, 3 MTU-20s, 6 BREM-1s, 7 MT-LBs
- 3rd Spetsnaz Brigade (Samara)
Manpower: 1040.
- 92nd Anitaircraft Missile Brigade (Ufa)
Manpower: 580 men
Assets: 2 SA-8bs, 2 S-300s
- 385th Guard Artillery Brigade (Perm)
Manpower: 480
Assets: 11 FH152s, 9 SO-152s, 8 BM-30s, 10 MT-LBs, 9 BTR-80s

BIELORUSSIA MILITARY DISTRICT
- 86th AAB (Volkovysk)
Manpower: 700
- 3rd GTD (Mozyr)
Manpower: 3000
Assets: 12 T-80s, 6 T-72s
- 8th GTD (Kalinkovichi)
Manpower: 3000
Assets: 18 T-80s
- 22nd TD (Slutsk)
Manpower: 2000
Assets: 10 T-80s
- 1st GMRD (Pinsk)
Manpower: 3000
- 3rd MRD (Kobrin)
Manpower: 2000
- 138th MRD (Brest-Litovsk)
Manpower: 4000
Assets: 20 T-55s

This is the widest district as it covers the entire Siberia and a large part of what is today the far East. Vital to Russia, it contains one of the most important army group still in the borders.
SIBERIA MILITARY DISTRICT
- 337th OBVP
Manpower: 150
Assets: 3 Mi-2, 4 Mi-24s, 8 Mi-8s
- 31st MRD
Manpower: 3000
- 34th MRD
Manpower: 4000
Assets: 36 T-72s
- 56th GMRD (Tomsk)
Manpower: 4000
Assets: 32 T-90s
- 78th MRD
Manpower: 1200
Assets: 3 T-80s
- 91st MRD
Manpower: 3000
Assets: 12 T-80s
- 116th MRD (Krasnoyarsk)
Manpower: 1000
- 118th MRD (Krasnoyarsk)
Manpower: 2000
- 342nd MRD
Manpower: 3000
Assets: 18 T-55s

Simply Moscow and the area around it
STRATEGIC CENTRAL COMMAND
- 696th OBVP
Manpower: 140
Assets: 4 Ka-52, 2 Mi-24, 2 Mi-8, 1 Mi-2
- Moscow Spetsnaz Battalion (Moscow)
Manpower: 840
Assets: 3 Black Eagles, 2 BMP-3
- 2039th Engineer Battalion (Moscow)
Manpower: 800
Assets: 2 MT-LBs, 2 IMR-2s, 4 MTU-20s, 6 BREM-1s.
- 3rd Emercency Field Hospital (Moscow)
Manpower: 540
Assets: 14 BMP-2s, 12 BTR-80s, 5 BTR-70s
- Kremlin Security Detachment (Moscow)
Manpower: 460
Assets: 3 BTR-90s
- 139th Motorized Rifle Regiment (Moscow)
Manpower: 1530
Assets: 9 T-80s, 2 BMP-3s, 38 BMP-2s, 2 BTR-90s, 27 BTR-80s, 9 SM-152s, 4 SO-152s, 4 BM-30s
- 145th Signal Regiment
Manpower: 260
- 15th GTD (Tula)
Manpower: 2500
Assets: 16 T-80s, 3 T-72s
- 2nd GMRD (Kaluga)
Manpower: 3000
Assets: 15 T-55s
- 7th GMRD (Kalinin)
Manpower: 1050
Assets: 2 T-90s
- 7th Guards Air Assault Division (Ryazan)
Manpower: 2000
- 106th Guards Air Assault Division (Ryazan)
Manpower: 2000
- Kantemirov Guards Tank Division (Moscow)
Manpower: 4680
Assets: 3 Black Eagles, 34 T-90s, 50 T-72s, 4 T-55s, 19 BMP-3s, 37 BMP-2s, 2 BTR-90s, 17 BTR-80s, 2 MTU-20s, 3 SO-122s, 3 BM-21s, 7 FH122s
- Moscow Municipal Defence Force (Moscow)
Manpower: 8700
Assets: 2 Black Eagles, 2 BMP-3s, 5 BMP-2s, 5 MT-LBs

Like Mosocw, the surviving large cities have formed their own Militias
MAJOR CITIES
- Kazan Guard (Kazan)
Manpower: 3000
Assets: 1 T -90, 13 T -80s, 15 T -72s, 26 BMP-2s, 14 FH152s
- Saratov Guard (Saratov)
Manpower: 3880
Assets: 2 BM-30s, 6 BM-21s, 6 FH-152s, 7 FH122s
- Guriev Guard (Guriev)
Manpower: 1750
- Tula Guard (Tula)
Manpower: 2260
Assets: 1 T-90, 1 T-80, 1 T-72, 2 BMP-2s, 2 MT-LBs, 2 SO-122s, 3 FH122s
- Smolensk Guard
Manpower : 2610
- Uralsk Guard
Manpower : 710
Assets : 12 MT-LBs
- Nizhniy-Novgorod Guard
Manpower: 2830
Assets: 2 BMP-2s, 2 BTR-70s
- Tambov Guard
Manpower: 520
Assets: 4 BTR-70s
- Ryazan Guard
Manpower: 1840
Assets: 1 T-72, 1 BMP-2, 1 BTR-80, 1 BTR-70, 4 MT-LBs

FBS (FEDERAL BORDER SERVICE)
Moscow
- Alfa Group
Manpower: 120
Arctic District (Karelia):
- 4th Border Guards Regiment
Manpower: 1100
Assets: 13 BMP-2s, 6 BTR-70s
- 101st Border Guards Regiment
Manpower: 500
Assets: 3 BMP-2s, 14 BTR-70s
- 1st Border Guards Ship Brigade
Manpower: 600
Assets: 2 Pauk PG, 3 Osa PC, 9 Patrol Boat
North West District (St Petersburg)
- 1st Border Guards Regiment
Manpower: 800
Assets: 9 BTR-70s
- 80th Border Guards Regiment
Manpower: 1100
Assets: 5 BMP-2s, 10 BTR-70s
- 102nd Border Guards Regiment
Manpower: 500
Assets: 7 BMP-2s, 14 BTR-70s
- 17th Border Guards Ship Brigade
Manpower: 420
Assets: 6 Osa PC, 8 Patrol Boat
Central Asia District
- 29th Border Guards Regiment
Manpower: 1200
Assets: 7 BMP-2s, 11 BTR-70s
- 66th Border Guards Regiment
Manpower: 1200
Assets: 5 BMP-2s, 7 BTR-70s
- 67th Border Guards Regiment
Manpower: 1000
Assets: 3 BMP-2s, 9 BTR-70s
- 74th Border Guards Regiment
Manpower: 1100
Assets: 3 BRDM-2s, 7 BMP-2s, 13 BTR-70s, 2 FH122s, 3 BM-21s
- 91st Border Guards Regiment
Manpower: 1400
Assets: 4 BMP-2s, 4 BTR-70s
- 865th Border Guards Regiment
Manpower: 900
Assets: 6 BTR-70s
- 33rd Border Aviation Regiment
Manpower : 250
Assets : 3 Mi-8, 5 Mi-24
Siberian District
- 52nd Border Guards Regiment
Manpower: 1600
Assets: 8 BMP-2s, 15 BTR-70s
- 54th Border Guards Regiment
Manpower: 1000
Assets: 3 BMP-2s, 15 BTR-70s
- 118th Border Guards Regiment
Manpower: 700
Assets: 4 BMP-2s, 9 BTR-70s
- 23rd Border Aviation Regiment
Manpower: 160
Assets: 1 An-32, 1 Mi-24, 2 Mi-8
Far East District
- 63rd Border Guards Regiment
Manpower: 1400
Assets: 10 BMP-2s, 7 BTR-70s
- 85th Border Guards Regiment
Manpower: 1600
Assets: 17 BMP-2s, 12 BTR-70s
- 23rd Border Guards Ship Brigade
Manpower: 500
Assets: 1 Pauk PG, 2 Osa PC, 5 Patrol Boat

RAIL-ROAD TROOPS (MoD)
1st Rail-Road Corps (Volga-Ural District)
- 7th Rail-Road Brigade
Manpower: 400
- 33rd Rail-Road Brigade
Manpower: 600
5th Rail-Road Corps (Siberian District)
- 5th Rail-Road Brigade
Manpower: 700
- 9th Rail-Road Brigade
Manpower: 900
- 19th Rail-Road Brigade
Manpower: 400
- 34th Rail-Road Brigade
Manpower: 1400
- 48th Rail-Road Brigade
Manpower: 700
76th Rail-Road Corps (Danube-Ukraine)
- 37th Rail-Road Brigade
Manpower: 1000
- 39th Rail-Road Brigade
Manpower: 400

As the regular army is largely located outside of Russia, the MVD (former NKVD) have largely taken their place
MINISTRY OF INTERNAL AFFAIRS (MVD)
North-west District (St. Petersburg)
- 1st MVD Brigade
Manpower: 1430
- 33rd MVD Brigade
Manpower: 1700
Assets: 25 BMP-2s
Moscow District
- 118th MVD Spetznaz Regiment (Moscow)
Manpower: 90
- 21st MVD Motorized Rifle Brigade (Tula)
Manpower: 1150
Assets: 7 BMP-2s, 40 BTR-90s
- 1st MVD Division (Moscow)
Manpower: 1700
Assets: 12 T-72s, 19 BTR-90s
- 55th MVD Division (Moscow)
Manpower: 1600
North Caucasus District
- 8th MVD Motorized Rifle Brigade
Manpower: 900
Assets: 14 BMP-2s
- 22nd MVD Motorized Rifle Brigade
Manpower: 1200
Assets: 18 BMP-2s
- 46th MVD Motorized Rifle Brigade
Manpower: 1350
Assets: 29 BTR-90s
- 99th MVD Division
Manpower: 2300
Assets: 12 BMP-2s, 10 BMD-3s
- 100th MVD Division
Manpower: 4000
Assets: 22 T-72s, 35 BMP-2s, 2 FH122s
Volga-Ural District
- 34th MVD Motorized Rifle Brigade
Manpower: 500
Assets: 26 BMP-2s
- 35th MVD Motorized Rifle Brigade
Manpower: 1500
Assets: 2 BMP-2s
- 54th MVD Division
Manpower: 1800
Assets: 14 BMP-2s

Alaska shouldn't be within Russia as it is a special case. In my game, the Russian troops there have joined with the USA and support a semi-independent Republic of Alaska.
ALASKA
- 1st Arctic Mechanized Brigade (Anchorage)
Manpower: 600
- 2nd Arctic Mechanized Brigade (Anchorage)
Manpower: 1000
- 1st Naval Infantry Brigade (Anchorage)
Manpower: 300
- 47th MRD (Anchorage)
Manpower: 3000
Assets: 15 T-72s
- 113th MRD (Skwentna)
Manpower: 2000
Assets: 4 T-72s
- 147th MRD (Tyonek)
Manpower: 3000
Assets: 18 T-55s
- 6th Guards Air Assault Division
Manpower: 3000
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Why would both the Russian air force and navy be entirely wiped out? However, it's mostly grounded except on paper.

Russian Air Force
Colonel Illya N. Peterya
Major Pavel I. Altukhov
Captain Mikhail B. Strakho

Moscow support operations over Ukraine.
MOSCOW MD
- 14th Gv IAP
Manpower:90
Assets: 3 Mig-29s, 4 Mig-23s
- 49th TBAP
Manpower: 100
Assets: 2 An-26s, 2 Tu-22s, 6 Tu-142s
- 160th UAVP
Manpower: 270
Assets: 6 Yak-130s, 8 L-39s
- 196th VTAP
Manpower: 280
Assets: 3 IL-76s, 3 An-12s, 3 An-72s, 3 An-32s, 4 An-2s
- 611th IAP
Manpower: 240
Assets: 10 Su-30s
- 802nd IAP
Manpower: 300
Assets: 22 Mig-29s

Leningrad support operations over Scandinavia, over the Baltic and in Byelorussia and Poland
LENINGRAD MD
- 110th VTAP
Manpower: 160
Assets: 6 An-2s, 1 An-12, 1 IL-76
- 366th IAP
Manpower : 350
Aircrafts : 5 Su-30s, 12 Mig-23s
- 840th TBAP
Manpower: 60
Assets: 4 Tu-22s

It includes both the Caucasus and the Middle east
TRANSCAUCASUS MD
- 33rd Gv IAP (Kirovabad)
Manpower: 140
Assets: 4 Su-30s, 5 Mig-29s
- 46th Gv IAP (Tabriz)
Manpower: 200
Assets: 6 Su-30s
- 69th Gv IAP (Tabriz)
Manpower: 300
Assets: 14 Mig-23s
- 88th VTAP (Tabriz)
Manpower: 150
Assets: 4 An-2s, 4 An-26s, 7 An-32s
- 114th VTAP (Kirovabad)
Manpower: 150
Assets: 6 An-12s
- 117th ShAP (Qom)
Manpower: 300
Assets: 9 Su-25s
- 197th ShAP (Qom)
Manpower: 350
Assets: 5 Su-24s, 12 Su-25s
- 797th UAVP
Manpower: 550
Assets: 9 Yak-130s, 5 L-39s, 3 Mi-2s

VOLGA-URAL MD
- 121st Gv TBAP
Manpower: 440
Assets: 2 An-2s, 2 Tu-142s, 5 Tu-22s
- 764th IAP
Manpower: 250
Assets: 2 Yak-130s, 2 Mig-21s, 3 Mig-23s

SIBERIAN MD
- 21st BAP
Manpower: 270
Assets: 8 Su-24s
- 120th Gv IAP
Manpower: 130
Assets: 2 Su-30s, 5 Mig-29s, 5 Mig-23s
- 350th IAP
Manpower: 190
Assets: 3 An-2s, 4 Mig-23s, 4 Mig-21s

FAR EAST MD
- 18th Gv ShAP
Manpower: 290
Assets: 7 Su-25
- 42nd Gv BAP
Manpower: 300
Assets: 8 Su-24s
- 60th IAP
Manpower: 200
Assets: 8 Su-30s
- 182nd Gv TBAP
Manpower: 150
Assets: 8 Tu-22s
- 404th IAP
Manpower: 180
Assets: 6 Mig-29s
- 530th IAP
Manpower: 100
Assets: 4 Mig-23s, 4 Mig-21s
- 593rd VTAP
Manpower: 190
Assets: 3 An-12s, 6 An-26s, 6 An-2s


RUSSIAN NAVY
Lt. Commander Boris Gorsion.

North Fleet
- Tuman (Neustrasimyj-class)
- Letuchyj (Krivak-class)
- Strogly (Gepard-class)
- Ajsberg (Nanuchka-class)
- Strelok (Natya-class)
- Radist (Natya-class)
- 3 Pauk-class PG
- Minsk (Ropucha LST)
- N. Filcenkov (Ropucha LST)
- Barrikada (Borey-class: Oops my players failed )
- Krasnoyarsk (Oscar-class)
- Orel (Oscar-class)
- Gepard (Akula-class)
- Vepr (Akula-class)
- Volk (Akula-class)
- Arktika (Icebreaker)
- Mudjug (Icebreaker)
- 4th OMShAP
Manpower: 140
Assets: 5 Su-24s
- 76th OPLAP
Manpower: 240
Assets: 5 Tu-142s
- 279th KIAP
Manpower: 100
Assets 4 Su-30s, 7 Su-25s
- 830th OPLVP
Manpower: 150
Assets: 5 Ka-27s

Baltic Sea Fleet
- Severomosk (Udaloy-class)
- Neustrasimyj (Neustrasimyj-class)
- Sneznogorsk (Grisha-class)
- Nakat (Nanuchka-class)
- Strelets (Sonya-class)
- 2 Pauk-class PG
- Lipetsk (Kilo-class)
- Magadan (Icebreaker)

Black Sea Fleet
- Admiral Chabanenko (Udaloy-class)
- Pytlivyj (Krivak-class)
- Pylkij (Krivak-class)
- Kalmykia (Grisha-class)
- Kasimov (Grisha-class)
- Samum (Degach-class)
- Zarnitsa (Nanuchka-class)
- Lt. Ilin (Sonya-class)
- Alrosa (Kilo-class)
- 2 Pauk-class PG
- 3 Osa-class PC
- Azov (Ropucha LST)
- 2 Polnocny LST
- 396th OPLVP
Manpower: 180
Assets: 2 Mi-2s, 4 Ka-27s

Pacific Fleet
- Bora (Degach-class)
- Rassvjet (Nanuchka-class)
- Zeleznjakov (Natya-class)
- 2 Pauk-class PG
- 1 Polnocny LST
- Kuguar (Akula-class)
- Tchita (Kilo-class)
- 46th OPLVP
Manpower: 380
Assets: 8 Ka-27s
- 173rd OMShAP
Manpower: 150
Assets: 3 Su-24s.
- 310th OPLAP
Manpower: 170
Assets: 6Tu-142s
- 710th OPLVP
Manpower: 110
Assets: 2 Ka-27s.

Caspian Flotilla
- Kirsanov (Dergach-class)
- Medved (Nanuchka-class)
- Lisa (Nanuchka-class)
- 4 Osa-class PC
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RAIL-ROAD TROOPS [MoD]
Source: http://www.warfare.ru/?

Table 1. MoD commands and military deployments
COMMAND LOCATION DISTR/FLT
RAIL-ROAD TROOPS
Moscow
Formed 1851. 2005: 45,000 pers + 5,000 civilians. 11.2005 commanders trainings. 2007: 6700 contract soldiers. 08.2008 comd staff exercises.

• 1 RR CORPS Khabarovsk FE

7 INDEP RR BDE Komsmolsk FE +Chegdomin

33 INDEP RR BDE Khabarovsk FE + Krasnaya Rechka

?INDEP RR BDE Fevralsk FE

?INDEP RR BDE Tynda FE

?INDEP RR BDE Svobodnyy FE

• 4 RR CORPS Ekatirenburg VU
2007 commander: Lt Gen Alexander Sobolev. 10.2007 tactical trainings. 2008 commander: Maj Gen Sergey Vagaev.

5 INDEP RR BDE Abakan VU

9 INDEP RR BDE Syzran VU

19 INDEP RR BDE Tyumen VU

48 INDEP RR BDE Omsk VU

?INDEP RR BDE Ekatirenburg VU

?INDEP RR BDE Novoaltaisk VU

• 35 RR CORPS Smolensk Msk

34? INDEP RR BDE Ryazan Msk
230, 248 bns. 2005 commander: col Vitaly Svistunov. 06.2005 two bns took part in rescue-rpair operations.

?INDEP RR BDE Murom Msk

?INDEP RR BDE Bryansk Msk

?INDEP RR BDE Mga Msk

?INDEP RR BDE Vologda Msk

?INDEP RR BDE Moscow Msk

?INDEP RR BDE Smolensk Msk

?INDEP RR BDE Dzerzhinsk Msk +Tsentralnyy.

• 76 RR CORPS Volgograd NC

37 INDEP RR BDE Nevinnomyssk NC

39 INDEP RR BDE Krasnodar NC

?INDEP RR BDE Anapa NC

• ?INDEP TRG RR RGT
Volgograd RR



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• GENERAL STAFF
Commander--- Sergey Klimets, Lt.Gen. Ex-CINC---KOGAT'KO, Grigoriy Iosifovich, Col-Gen Appointed Feb 1992(30 Mar 92 in Tyl Vooruzennykh Sil, 3/92 p 55; Moskovskiy Komsomolets, 20 Nov 03).
Telephone: 262-50-19 (reception), 262-72-79 (press service) (RIA Novosti, 27 Jun 02).

Defense Minister S. Ivanov stated that the RR Troops would be organized as an independent type of troops (Kommersant, 5 Feb 04 p 4).
[President Putin publicly agreed to S. Ivanov proposal to resubordinate RR Troops to RF Ministry of Defense (Moskovskiy Komsomolets, 20 Nov 03).]
[The previous structure derived from RF Presidential Edict No. 821 of 1 August 1997.]
[In 1995 established as a separate Federal Service by Presidential Decree during 1995. (Krasnaya Zvezda 5 Oct 95 p 2).]
[The RR Troops were officially subordinated to the Ministry of Architecture, Construction and Housing and Utilities by Decree of the Russian President of 18 April 1992. However, a 1994 article stated that the Railroad Troops were "operating as an independent institution under the Ministry of Railways of Russia." (Krasnaya Zvezda 30 Nov 94 p 1).]
[“The troops' mission has been broadened somewhat. Under the laws, they are henceforth to be used not only to provide technical cover, rebuild and secure railroads in order to support combat and mobilization operations, build new railroads in peacetime and wartime, and enhance the survivability and carrying capacity of existing railways, but also rebuild railroads destroyed as a result of natural disasters and accidents. Another new element is to perform missions under international treaties.
[“… Units and formations of the Railroad Troops now have the status of legal entities, which enables them to independently enter into contracts and agreements, thereby participating, in effect, in the Russian market for railroad construction and modernization alongside the Russian Federation Ministry of Railroads, the Transport Construction Corporation, and other construction companies. For the Railroad Troops, however, participation in the construction of facilities on a commercial basis allows them not only to use such activities to provide specialized training to their personnel, but also to build and modernize railways in strategically and operationally important sectors at their customers' expense.”(Krasnaya Zvezda 5 Oct 95 p 2).]
[“the Railroad Troops include four railway corps, 28 separate railway brigades as well as several military units, scientific and research entities. (ITAR-TASS, 2 May 99).]
First Deputy Commander (Chief of Staff) --- LAPSHIN, Vyacheslav Vasil'yevich, Col-Gen Ph: 262-91-34 (www.cityline.ru/politika/prav/fszhv.html, 3 Jan 03; Agentstvo Voyennykh Novostey, 17 Dec 03).

First Deputy Commander --- LESHCHEV, Vladimir, Vladimirovich, Ph: 262-19-83 (cityline.ru, 3 Jan 03).

Deputy Commander --- BURY, Vyacheslav, Lt-Gen (Agentstvo Voyennykh Novostey, 22 Dec 03).

Deputy Commander --- AZAROV, Vitaliy Mikhaylovich, Ph: 262-68-05 (cityline.ru, 3 Jan 03).

Deputy Commander --- VLASENKO, Valeriy Vasil'yevich, Ph: 262-41-28 (cityline.ru, 3 Jan 03).

Deputy Commander --- ZHUDINOV, Vladikmir Il'yich Ph: 262-69-72 (cityline.ru, 3 Jan 03).

Deputy Commander --- КАМАЛОВ Хамит Искарович - 262-07-46 (cityline.ru, 3 Jan 03).

Deputy Commander (Chief Engineer) --- KORNISHIN, Yevgeniy, Lieutenant-General (Agentstvo Voyennykh Novostey, 7 Aug 02; 22 Dec 03).

Deputy Commander --- YAKIMENKO, Viktor, Lt-Gen, (ITAR-TASS, 2 May 99). (Krasnaya Zvezda, 4 May 01).

Deputy Commander --- KHIMCHENKO, Viktor, Lt-Gen, (Interfax 1338 GMT 4 Feb 95; cityline.ru, 3 Jan 03).

Director's Staff
RR Troops Staff
Armaments and Maintenance Directorate
Combat Training and Cadres Directorate
Chief --- VEREMEYEV, Anatoliy, Lt-Gen (Krasnaya Zvezda, 20 Jul 01).

Finance Directorate
Independent Departments
76 Railroad Corps [Railroad Troops]
Commander --- GUROV, N., ?-Gen, (Komsomol’skaya Pravda 19 Dec 95 p 2).

39th Separate Railway Battalion
Commander --- ORLOV, Yuriy, Lieutenant-Colonel (Agentstvo Voyennykh Novostey, 7 Aug 02).

Воинские части, научно-исследовательские учреждения, организации и военные образовательные учреждения профессионального образования.
Operational Group (in Chechnya) (OGFUZhDV) [Railroad Troops]
Commander --- KOSHMAN, N.P., Lt-Gen, (Krasnaya Zvezda 19 Jan 95 p 3).

St. Peterburg Military-Transport Institute [Railroad Troops]
Address: 190000, Sankt-Peterburg, Naberezhnaya reki Moykim 96. Teleph: (812) 311-93-95 (Krasnaya Zvezda, 22 Jan 94; 15 Apr 94).
Operations Directorate (Оперативноe управлениe)
Organizational/Mobilization and Manning Directorate (Управлениe организационно-мобилизационноe и комплектованиe)
Chief --- KRYLOV, Sergey, Col (Krasnaya Zvezda 9 Feb 01).

Rail-road Construction and Reconstruction Directorate (Управлениe восстановления и строительства железных дорог)
Rear Services (Управлениe тыла)[Railroad Troops]
Upbringing Work Directorate (Управлениe воспитательной работы)
Chief --- BURY, Vyacheslav, Lt-Gen (Agentstvo Voyennykh Novostey, 22 Dec 03).

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Ministry of Internal Affairs (MVD)
Source: http://www.warfare.ru/?

Table 2. Non-MoD commands and deployments
COMMAND LOCATION DISTR/FLT
MINISTRY OF INTERNAL AFFAIRS Moscow
Operative: 462,700 pers.+ 89,200 civilians. Internal Troops: 186,300 pers. + 5,200 civilians

INTERNAL TROOPS (VV) Moscow MVD
186,300 pers. + 5,200 civilians

NORTH WEST DISTRICT St Petersburg NW
12053 pers., 55 ifv/apc

?DIV Arkhangelsk NW

33 BDE Lomonosov NW
2644 pers., 34 BMP, 12 PM-38

1 BDE Siktivkar NW

ICEBREAKER'S GUARD RGT St Petersburg distr NW

INDEP GUARD RGT St Petersburg distr NW
security of St Petersburg Nuclear Electro Station (LAES)

MOSCOW DISTRICT Moscow Msk
56,222 pers., 175 ifv/apc

1 INDEP SPECIAL PURPOS DIV Balashikha Msk
ex-Dzerzhinsky div (ODON). 9000 pers., 9000 pers., 93 T-62, BTR, BMP

118 VITYAZ SPETZNAZ RGT Balashikha Msk
mvd spetznaz

?DIV Sarov Msk

12 DIV Tula Msk
located in 8 Russian districts

?TRG DIV Mulino Msk

55 DIV Moscow Msk
security in Moscow; 6000 pers (incl 2000 officers), 8 rgts, OSNAZ bde

21 MOT OSNAZ BDE Sofrino Msk
2650 pers., 36 BMP, 100 BTR, AGS-17, 4 mot rgts

23 MOT OSNAZ BDE Moscow distr Msk


NORTH CAUCASIAN DISTRICT Krasnodar NC

2 OSNAZ DIV Krasnodar NC
1923 pers., 451,66 rgts, 34 BMP

54 OSNAZ DIV NC
8 bde, 59,81 rgts

99 OSNAZ DIV Rostov, Persianovka NC
1983 pers., 33 BMP, 4 BMD-1, 1 D-30; Cherkmen rgt: 1774 pers., 33 BMD-1

100 OSNAZ DIV Novocherkassk NC
6400 pers., 69 T-62, 18 D-30, 101 BMP. Kadamovsky (trg centr), Kazach'y Lagerya (ex-tk div), 46-49,57 rgts

8 OSNAZ BDE Nalchik NC
2368 pers., 33 BMP

22 OSNAZ BDE Kalach NC
2596 pers., 27 BMP

26 OSNAZ BDE Vladikavkaz NC

46 OSNAZ BDE Chechnya NC
2000 pers., 150 BTR

102 OSNAZ BDE Dagestan NC

?OSNAZ BDE Vladikavkaz NC
2004 pers., 12 BMP

?INDEP OSNAZ RGT Nazran NC
680 pers

7 SPETZNAZ VV GROUP NC

15 SPETZNAZ VV TROOP NC

?INDEP HEL RGT Rostov NC
2 Mi-24, Mi-8

VOLGA URAL DISTRICT Saratov VU
19,831 pers., 117 ifv/apc

?DIV Kirov VU
#7487

54 DIV Gaiva, Perm VU
2818 pers., 15 BMP

35 BDE Samara VU
ex- 80 div.

34 BDE Shumilovo VU
2594 pers., 30 BMP

?SPETZNAZ VV BDE Kazan VU
#7474

URAL DISTRICT U

?DIV Ozersk (Chelyabinsk) U

12 SPETZNAZ VV TROOP N Tagil U

23 SPETZNAZ VV TROOP Chelyabinsk U


SIBERIAN DISTRICT Novosibirsk Sib

98 DIV Kemerovo Sib

89 DIV Novosibirsk Sib

?DIV Seversk Sib

?BDE Irkutsk Sib
ex- div

19 SPETZNAZ VV TROOP Sib

20 SPETZNAZ VV GROUP Sib


EASTERN DISTRICT Khabarovsk Sib
Far East Federal distr except Yakutia and Kamchatka

?DIV Tynda East
Baikal-Amur Pathway guard

?INDEP RGT Vladivostok East
1 bn Vladivostok, 1 bn Ussuryysk

?INDEP HEL SQDN Khabarovsk East


SPECIAL COMDS Moscow SC

SAROV INDUSTRIAL DIV Sarov SC
#3274, 4 rgts, nuclear objects security

SEVERSK INDUSTRIAL DIV Seversk SC

OZERSK INDUSTRIAL DIV Ozersk SC
#3273

EKATIRENBURG INDUSTRIAL DIV Ekatirenburg SC
+ Zlatoust rgt

MOSCOW INDUSTRIAL ASSOC. Moscow SC
#3272

INDUSTRIAL DIV Novosibirsk SC

INDUSTRIAL RGT Angarsk SC

SEA COMDS

1 SEA TROOP Khabarovsk East
1988: 262 pers., 42 boats

2 SEA TROOP Murmansk NW
Atomflot; 22 pers., 4 boats

LAKE GUARD BOATS DIV Ozersk (Ural) U

5 INDEP SEA TRG CENTER Severobaikalsk Sib
2 comps, trg boats

GUARD BOATS SECTION Sosnovy Bor NW
5 boats incl 18623 class

GUARD BOATS SECTION Zheleznogorsk Sib



Minister --- NURGALIYEV, Rashid Gumarovich (Gazeta.ru, 9 Mar 04).

Previous Minister was GRYZLOV, Boris (RIA Novosti, 28 Mar 01).

Previous Minister:

RUSHAYLO, Vladimir (Lenta.ru, 12:24 MT, 12 Jul 00), was appointed Secretary of the Security Council (RIA Novosti, 28 Mar 01).
First Deputy Minister, State Secretary --- VASILYEV, Vladimir (Kommersant, 5 Jul 01).

A veteran central MVD official, rather than a St. Petersburger, and appears to have been brought in because he was a foe of Rushaylo. Vasilyev was made first deputy minister and state secretary of the MVD ( Sobraniye, 2 Apri 01, p. 3227) at the same time as Gryzlov's appointment as minister. Grani.ru (28 Mar 01) said Vasilyev was a specialist in fighting economic crime and did much to bring professional law enforcement officers back into the MVD but found it impossible to work under Rushaylo and, when the latter became minister, Vasilyev quickly found a job in the Security Council. Grani.ru said his popularity in the MVD is "common knowledge" and "Vasilyev is not bound by any commitments to oligarchs."
Deputy Minister, Commander of Internal Troops --- TIKHOMIROV, Vyacheslav, Col-Gen, appointed by Acting President Putin, (lenta.ru, 21:17 MT. 22 Jan 00).
Deputy Minister and Chief of the Federal Service for Economic and Tax Crimes --- VERYOVKIN-ROKHALSKY, Sergey, Lt-Gen, appointed (ITAR-TASS, 25 Mar 03).
Deputy Minister, Chief of the Criminal Police Sservice --- . NURGALIYEV, Rashid, Colonel-General (Agentstvo Voyennykh Novostey, 2 Jul 02).
Deputy Minister, Chief of Rear Support Service --- IGNATYEV, Mikhail Aleksandrovich, Lt-Gen (Rossiyskaya Gazeta 12 Jul 01 P 2).
Deputy Minister, Chief of Public Security Service --- CHEKALIN, Aleksandr, Col-Gen (Agentstvo Voyennykh Novostey, 10 Jul 01).
Deputy Minister, Chief of Personnel --- SOLOVYEV, Yevgeniy (appointed, Agentstvo Voyennykh Novostey, 4 Apr 01).
Deputy Minister, Chief of Investigative Committee --- MOZYAKOV, Vitaly (appointed, Agentstvo Voyennykh Novostey, 4 Apr 01).
Deputy Minister --- GOLUBEV, Ivan, Col-Gen (Kommersant, 5 Jul 01).

Organization & Inspection Main Directorate [MVD]
[The Organization and Inspection Main Directorate replaced the MVD Main Staff (Kommersant, 5 Jul 01).]
First Deputy Chief --- BOKOV, Aleksandr, Colonel (Kommersant, 5 Jul 01).

Apparat
Head --- NOVIKOV, Andrey (from St. Petersburg) (Kommersant, 5 April 01; Moskovskiy Komsomolets, 7 April 01).

Artillery
Chief --- KIREYEV, Anatoliy, Col, (Krasnaya Zvezda, 5 Dec 02).

Aviation
Chief --- PYLNEV, Yuri, Maj-Gen. (Agentstvo Voyennykh Novostey, 18 Feb 03).

Eighth State Directorate [MVD Main Staff]
• («8-ое Государственное управление МВД»)

• Apparently responsible for the GOVD for the city of Mezhgore, the UVD for Beloretsk-15, and the UVD for Beloretsk-16 (Otechestvo, No 3, 21 Feb 00).

Chief --- TEREKHOV, A.A. (Otechestvo, No 3, 21 Feb 00).

Criminal Investigation Directorate [MVD Main Staff]
Head --- Gordiyenko, Vladimir, Major General (Agentstvo Voyennykh Novostey 2 Jul 01).

"Gordiyenko joined the police in 1970. A native of the city of Kemerovo, southern Siberia, he started the career from a post of police inspector. Later he taught in a higher educational establishment and then was transferred to Moscow where he became senior inspector in the main criminal investigation department. For some time he headed the criminal investigation department in Uzbekistan, but then returned to Moscow to assume the post of first deputy head of a department in the Interior Ministry. Gordiyenko is a candidate of legal sciences. He has been awarded the Order of Courage and personal arms. His colleagues characterise him as a high-class professional" (Agentstvo Voyennykh Novostey 2 Jul 01).
Criminal Police Service [MVD Main Staff]
(Deputy Minister) Chief of the Criminal Police Sservice --- . NURGALIYEV, Rashid, Colonel-General (Agentstvo Voyennykh Novostey, 2 Jul 02).

["Nurgaliyev previously worked in the economic security department of the Federal Security Service (FSB), where he headed the section for combating the illegal drug turnover. Prior to his current appointment he was deputy director and head of the inspection department in the FSB" (Agentstvo Voyennykh Novostey, 2 Jul 02).]
Chief

[His predecessor was -- Bobrovskiy, Nikolay Leonidovich, Major-General, appointed (Rossiyskaya Gazeta 12 Jul 01 P 2). BOBROVSKIY was "born in Ivanovo in 1952, graduated from the USSR KGB elite educational institutions, and has served for around 25 years in the state security and foreign intelligence organs. He has great experience in operational work. During the last few years he has worked in the Russian Federation Presidential Staff and the government apparatus and was deputy minister for taxes and levies. Evidently the main thing in N. Bobrovskiy's biography, which has determined his current appointment, is his affiliation with the SVR [Foreign Intelligence Service]." (Rossiyskaya Gazeta 12 Jul 01 P 2).]

[Previous Chief was GURYEV, Valeriy, Lieutenant-General, appointed (Agentstvo Voyennykh Novostey 21 Dec 00). Guryev worked as chief of the ministry's department for curbing economic crimes. Guryev was born in the Tambov region in 1951, graduated from the Tambov Pedagogical Institute and the Interior Ministry Academy. He has been with the police since 1973 and worked all the way up from investigator to department chief. The federal criminal police committee was set up in December 2000 and is the main body in the Russian Interior Ministry dealing with the organised crime. (Agentstvo Voyennykh Novostey 21 Dec 00).
[Previous Head of the Organized Crime Police --- OVCHINNIKOV, Aleksandr (ITAR-TASS, 7 Feb 02).]
Main Department for Fighting Organized Crime [Criminal Police Service]
Deputy Head --- Gorshkov, Vladimir (ITAR-TASS, 7 Feb 02).

Special Rapid-Reaction Unit (SOBR) [Criminal Police Service]
(ITAR-TASS, 7 Feb 02).
Criminal Police Committee, Federal [MVD Main Staff]
• [Supposedly disbanded --- "Kommersant has gotten hold of the text of [Russian Internal Affairs Minister] Boris Gryzlov's Order No. 585 on the reform of the MVD [Ministry of Internal Affairs]. According to this document the minister has decided to disband his predecessor Vladimir Rushaylo's brainchild, the Federal Criminal Police Committee. It will be replaced by the MVD's Criminal Police Service, which will comprise all the power ministry main administrations. But no room has been found for the Administration for Combating Crime in the High Technology Sphere ("R" Administration) in the new structure" (Kommersant 22 Jun 01 P 1).]

Drug Trafficking, Directorate for Combating (UBNON) [MVD Main Staff]
(Segodnya 29 Nov 00 p 1).
Economic Crime, Main Directorate for Combating (GUBEP) [MVD Main Staff]
Chief --- ORLOV, Alexey, Major-General, (ITAR-TASS, 19 Nov 02).

[Previous Chief was NINO, Nikolay, Maj-Gen. Appointed (Agentstvo Voyennykh Novostey 21 Dec 00). Nino was born in the south-western Siberian Omsk region in 1957. After service in the army, he worked at a defence industry plant and simultaneously studied at a higher educational establishment. In 1983, he became a senior official of a district police department, later entered the Department for Combating Socialist Property Misappropriation of the Omsk region. Nino joined the Interior Ministry in 1990. Having started with the position of envoy, he graduated from the Interior Ministry Academy in 1997. Prior to his current post, he worked as first deputy chief of his present department. (Agentstvo Voyennykh Novostey 21 Dec 00).]
Extra-Departmental Security, Main Directorate for (Главного управления вневедомственной охраны (ГУВО))
(Вечерний Новосибирск, 19 Nov 2002).

Internal Security Directorate
Chief --- ROMODANOVSKIY, Konstantin, Major-General (Moskovskiy Komsomolets 24 May 01 P 6).

Investigations Committee
Head --- MOZYAKOV, Vitaly (Agentstvo voyennykh novostey, 4 Apr 01).

[Mozyakov, from the Leningrad Oblast prosecutor's office, was named deputy minister and head of the Investigations Committee (Agentstvo Voyennykh Novostey, 4 April 01; Kommersant, 5 April 01; Segodnya, 5 April 01; Sobraniye, 9 April 01, p. 3349).]
Organized Crime, Main Directorate for Combating (GUBOP) [MVD Main Staff]
(Segodnya 29 Nov 00 p 1).
Personnel and Personnel Policy, Main Directorate for [MVD Main Staff]
Chief (Deputy Minister) --- SOLOVYEV, Yevgeniy (Kommersant, 5 April; Moskovskiy Komsomolets, 7 April; Sobraniye, 9 April, p. 3348).

Public Order, Main Directorate for Assuring [MVD Main Staff]
Passport and Visa Service
First Deputy Director --- Maj-Gen. SMORODIN, Nikolay (Krasnaya Zvezda, 15 Feb 03).

Public Security Service
Chief (Deputy Minister) --- Chekalin, Aleksandr Alekseyevich, Colonel-General (Rossiyskaya Gazeta 12 Jul 01 P 2).

6th ("R") Directorate (Radio Intelligence and Combating Crime in the Hi-tech Area) [MVD Main Staff]
["Usually known in the directorate as the intelligence department. . . . In terms of its official duties the sixth department was responsible for suppressing interference on the frequencies used by the MVD. Something like a radio state traffic inspectorate." (Moskovskiy Komsomolets 27 Jun 01 PP 1-2). Supposedly abolished by Ministerial Order # 585. (Kommersant in Russian 22 Jun 01 P 1).]
Chief --- KUDINOV, Viktor, ?-General (Nezavisimaya Gazeta in Russian 08 May 01).

[Previous Chief was --- CHEPCHUGOV, Dmitriy (Moskovskiy Komsomolets 16 Feb 01).]
Siberian Federal District, Main Department for [MVD Main Staff]
Head --- Skovorodin, Yuriy, Major-General (Agentstvo Voyennykh Novostey 30 Jul 01 ).

Tax Police
Deputy Minister and Chief of the Federal Service for Economic and Tax Crimes --- VERYOVKIN-ROKHALSKY, Sergey, Lt-Gen, appointed (ITAR-TASS, 25 Mar 03).

Transport Police, Main Department for [MVD Main Staff]
Head --- ZAKHARENKOV, Vyacheslav, Maj-Gen (ITAR-TASS, 5 Jan 03).

INTERNAL TROOPS (VV) [MVD Main Staff]
["An overhaul of Russia's interior troops is expected to be completed by late 2005. They will be downsized by 33,700 servicemen, commander-in-chief of the Russian interior forces Col. Gen. Vyacheslav Tikhomirov told journalists on Monday. The interior troops are currently some 200,000 strong." (Interfax, 13 May 02).]
INTERNAL TROOPS CINC (& Deputy Minister of Internal Affairs) --- TIKHOMIROV, Vyacheslav Valentinovich, Gen Army, Appointed by Acting President Putin, (Lenta.ru, 21:17 MT. 22 January 2000). (Voyenno-Promyshlennyy Kuryer, 24 Mar 04).

[Previous CINC, OVCHINNIKOV, Vyacheslav, Col-Gen, was "releaved of duty and transferred to other work." (Lenta.ru, 21:17 MT. 22 January 2000).]
First Deputy Commander --- BARANOV, Valeriy, Col-Gen. Appointed (Agentstvo Voyennykh Novostey, 14 Aug 02).

• [Previous Deputy, Lt-Gen Nikolay Garidov, was killed in a helicopter crash in Chechnya (ITAR-TASS, 27 Jan 02).]

First Deputy Commander (Chief of Staff) ROGOZHKIN, Nikolay, Col-Gen appointed, (Agentstvo Voyennykh Novostey, 14 Aug 02; noted as a Col-Gen, Voyenno-Promyshlennyy Kuryer, 28 Jan 04).

Deputy Commander --- TОPCHIY, Maj-Gen Sergey (Krasnaya Zvezda, 4 Jun 03).

Deputy Commander --- PANKOV, Mikhail, Colonel-General (Agentstvo voyennykh novostey, 14:22 MT, 4 Aug 00).
Deputy Commander --- KAVUN, Stanislav, Lt-Gen (Interfax, 21 Apr 00; 6 Aug 02).
Deputy Commander (Aviation) --- PYLNEV, Yuriy Major-General appointed (Agentstvo Voyennykh Novostey, 14 Aug 02).

Previous Deputy Commander (Armamaents) --- ROVENSKIY, Petr, Lt-Gen (Agentstvo voyennykh novostey, 11:12 MT, 27 Jun 00).
Deputy Commander (Combat Training) --- LAZEBIN, Yevgeniy, Major-General. Appointed (Agentstvo Voyennykh Novostey, 14 Aug 02).

46th Internal Troops Brigade [Internal Troops]
[Permanently deployed in Chechnya. (ITAR-TASS, 19 May 00). Headquaters in Groznyy, Its units are expected to be located in Urus-Martan and in the area of the villages of Shali, Kalinovskaya and Chervlyonaya. (Interfax, 12 Sep 00).]
Deputy Commander --- DEMCHENKO, Vladimir, Col (Interfaks 3 Aug 00).

102nd Internal Troops Brigade
Deployed in Makhachkala (ITAR-TASS, 11 Apr 02).
Nozhay-Yurtovskiy District (ITAR-TASS, 14 Oct 02).
Separate Operational Purpose Division
Commander --- Melikov, Sergey Colonel, appointed (Agentstvo Voyennykh Novostey, 2 Jul 02).

Armaments
Chief of Staff --- Yurchenko, Maj-Gen Sergey (Krasnaya Zvezda 04 Apr 03).

Combat Training [Internal Troops]
Chief --- LAZEBIN, Yevgeniy, Major-General. Appointed (Agentstvo Voyennykh Novostey, 14 Aug 02).

[Previous Chief was POPOV, Nikolai, Lieutenant-General (Agentstvo Voyennykh Novostey 16 May 01 ).
Moscow Internal Troops "operational-territorial formations" (Zakon I Armiya, 17 Feb 03). [Internal Troops]
Commander --- BASKAYEV, Arkadiy, ?-Gen (FAN.RU, 27 January 2000).

Motor Vehicle Directorate
Chief --- Eminov, Tagir, Maj-Gen (Krasnaya Zvezda 04 Jun 03).

North Caucasus Internal Troops Operational-Territorial Formation [Internal Troops]
46th Separate Internal Troops Brigade (Chechnya) (Agentstvo Voyennykh Novostey, 16 May 01).
383rd Separate Operational Purpose Battalion (Agentstvo Voyennykh Novostey, 24 Sep 02).
North-Western Internal Troops Operational-Territoriail Formation [Internal Troops]
Chief-of-Staff and First Deputy Commander --- Fomenko, Gennady, Major-General (Agentstvo Voyennykh Novostey, 29 Mar 01).

Novosibirsk Military Institute of the Internal Troops [Internal Troops]
Head --- STOLYAROV, Aleksandr, Maj-Gen (Krasnaya Zvezda, 18 Jun 01).

Press Service [Internal Troops]
Chief --- PANCHENKOV, Vasiliy Col. (Krasnaya Zvezda, 4 February 03).

Sosnovyy Bor Regiment [Northwestern District ]
Guard force for All-Russia Federal Nuclear Center at Sarov (Voyenno-Promyshlennyy Kuryer, 28 Jan 04).
Commander --- Alebastrov, Colonel Aleksandr (Voyenno-Promyshlennyy Kuryer, 28 Jan 04).

Rear Services [Internal Troops]
Chief of Staff --- BOGOMOLOV, Aleksandr Fedorovich, Major-General (Krasnaya Zvezda; 6 Mar 03).

Rostov Region [Internal Troops]
Chief --- SHEVCHENKO, Vitaly, Major-General (Agentstvo Voyennykh Novostey, 13 Mar 02).

Siberian Internal Troops Operational-Territorial Formation [Internal Troops]
Chief-of-Staff (First Deputy Commander) --- STOLYAROV, Aleksandr, Major-General Appointed (Agentstvo Voyennykh Novostey 14 Aug 02).

Ural Internal Troops Operational-Territorial Formation [Internal Troops]
Commander --- ROMANOV, Vladimir, Maj-Gen. Appointed (Agentstvo voyennykh novostey, 3 Aug 00).

Volga Internal Troops Operational-Territorial Formation [Internal Troops]
Commander --- Zmeyev, Mikhail, Major-General. Appointed (Agentstvo Voyennykh Novostey 12 Mar 01).

• Zmeyev: born in the Rostov region in 1953, graduated from the Interior Ministry higher military college in the city of Ordzhonikidze (now Vladikavkaz) and the Frunze Military Academy. He became major-general in 1995 and served as deputy commander of the North Caucasus district of the Interior Ministry troops in 1996-1998. Was deputy commander of the Siberian district of the Interior Ministry troops in charge of combat training from 1998 to 2001. (Agentstvo Voyennykh Novostey 12 Mar 01).

• Previous Commander was commander Colonel-General Alexander Muratov who in November 2000 was appointed chief federal inspector of the Chuvashian autonomous republic.

• начальник пресс-службы ПривО ВВ МВД РФ подполковник Игорь Софронов
--ИА "ИФ-Регион" (г. Нижний Новгород), 12.02.2003

Western Internal Troops Operational-Territorial Formation [Internal Troops]
Commander --- KOTOV, Yuriy, Major-General. Appointed (Agentstvo Voyennykh Novostey 14 Aug 02).
First Deputy Commander (Chief of Staff) --- ARTYBAKAYEV, Igor', Maj-Gen Appointed (Agentstvo Voyennykh Novostey 14 Aug 02).

Unidentified Subordination

33rd Separate Spetsnaz Brigade

Stationed in the Lebyazhye village of the Leningrad region: will be the first to be manned with professional servicemen (Agentstvo Voyennykh Novostey, 24 Jan 03).
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Extra Soviet Divisions for T2K

79th Guards Tank Division
A prewar Category I division based in East Germany. The 79th was redeployed East to China in the winter of 1995. It fought well during the Soviet spring offensive of 1996, but was badly mauled in the Chinese counterattack. Withdrawn into a reserve role, the division has been pretty much forgotten about by higher headquarters and the division commander is weighing possibilities of returning home.

Subordination: 17th Soviet Army
Current Location: Manchuria
Manpower: 600
Tanks: 1

27th Guards Tank Division
A prewar Category I division based in East Germany. The 27th was redeployed East to China by rail in the winter of 1995. It participated in the 1996 spring offensive, but was destroyed in a Chinese counterattack in May.

57th Guards Motor Rifle Division
A prewar Category I division based in East Germany. The 57th was preparing for deployment to the Far Eastern Front in late 1996 when the West German invasion of East Germany caught the division in a road march along the road to Dresden. The unit was badly mauled by Luftwaffe air strikes, but surviving remnants fought well, however, they too were used up by late 1997. In early 1998, the survivors were merged with the 39th GMRD.

47th Tank Brigade
A prewar Category I brigade based in East Germany, the 47th was sent East by rail to the Far Eastern Front in late 1995. It participated in the 1996 spring offensive and took horrendous casualties from Chinese ATGM during a massed assault on the Chinese defenses of Shenyang. Survivors of the brigade were reattached to other units.

7th Guards Tank Division
A prewar Category I division based in East Germany, the 7th fought well against the initial German invasion of 1996. In 1997, it was covering 3rd Shock Army’s retreat to the Polish border, and was caught in the flank by British I Corps. 1st and 3rd British Armored overran the hapless 7th and the few survivors that managed to reach Soviet lines were reassigned to other units.

47th Guards Tank Division
A prewar Category I division based in East Germany. The division fought well against the initial German invasion and NATO intervention. It gained a good reputation as a hard fighting unit and was the pride of 3rd Shock Army. As such, when the tactical nuclear exchanges of July 1997 broke out, the 47th was one of the first Soviiet units hit. Worse for the 57th, the 47th was caught in a road march when the strike occurred, little remained of the unit, and after a futile attempt to reform it, surviving elements were merged with 12th Guards Tank Division in 1998.

16th Guards Tank Division
A prewar Category I division based in East Germany. The division was caught preparing to deploy to the East by rail. Rebel East German units caught it at the Rostock railhead and mauled it. The division then remained in a reserve role with until 2nd Guards Army committed it in 1997 to cover the Army’s retreat from the disastrous battle of Sulechow. The 18th did well, but was brutally smashed by the US 36th Infantry Division. Survivors were reattached to other units.

207th Motor Rifle Division
A prewar Category I division based in East Germany. The division was caught in it’s cantonment in Stendal by the German invasion of 1996. Though the division fought hard and well, it was trapped in Stendal and was slowly ground down in a 3-month siege. After NATO entered the war, the CG of the 207th read the handwriting on the wall, and surrendered his division to the CG of the German 27th Panzer.

32nd Guards Tank Division
A prewar Category I division based in East Germany. The division fought well against the initial German invasion of 1996, but in December, it was destroyed in a running battle with the German 10th Panzer Division in a battle near Frankfurt-on-Oder. Surviving elements were reassigned to other units.

35th Motor Rifle Division
A prewar Category I division based in East Germany. The division was in the process of redeploying by rail to the Chinese theater. When the Germans crossed the IGB in October of 1996. The division was badly mauled as it was put into the line piecemeal. By the time the division was pulled out of the line in early 1997 and sent to Belorussia to rebuild, it was a shattered instrument. It took the division two years to rebuild to some sort of useful standard. In 1999, the division was ordered back into the line in Poland. The division has not fought well and is not seen as a very reliable unit for the most part.

Subordination: 20th Guards Army
Location: Poland
Manpower: 1200
Tanks: 4

6th Motorized Rifle Brigade
A prewar Category I brigade stationed in East Germany, the 6th comprised the Soviet garrison for East Berlin. It and various East German units under its command comprised the “Berlin Unified Corps”. Upon the West German invasion of October 1996 (most of the East German units in Berlin remained loyal), the 6th and it’s other Berlin corps units sealed the East and prepared to defend the city against a German attack that never came.
In November 1996, as NATO intervened in Germany, the Berlin Unified Corps massed to attack West Berlin. The attack ended badly, and the 6th along with the rest of the Corps were mauled as NATO reinforcements arrived for the Berlin garrison. The 6th along with the rest of the Corps then settled in for a defense of East Berlin, and their defense was near fanatical, as they denied the Eastern half of Berlin to NATO for a month in some of the most brutal fighting seen in Europe since 1945.
The outcome was never in doubt however, as the city fell on January 9th, 1997 with the US 199th Infantry Brigade raising the American flag over the ruins of the Reichtag and the 1200 Soviet survivors surrendering en masse.

35th Air Assault Brigade
A Category I brigade stationed in East Germany., the 35th was shipped by air to the Far Eastern Front in February of 1996 as the was in China worsened. The unit then participated in the spring offensive of 1996. It’s role was to seize certain critical bridges over the Yangtse, but the relief columns never came, and the 35th was caught in a situation that one reporter said “made Arnhem look like a successful operation.” The 35th was overrun by massive Chinese human wave assaults and very few got away when the end came some four days after the unit made it’s drop behind Chinese lines. The unit was never reformed and those that did manage to get back to Soviet lines were reassigned to other units.

1st Guards Tank Division
A Category I division based in Czechoslovakia, the 1st acquitted itself well in the fighting of 1996 and 1997 against NATO. In August 1997, while in pursuit of US 116th ACR, the division was hit by two tactical nuclear weapons and the division was destroyed as a cohesive entity.

48th Motor Rifle Division
A Category I division based in Czechoslovakia, the 48th fought well from October 1996 to the present. The division has accrued a fine combat record and has absorbed the remnants of several other shattered units

Subordination: 41st Army
Location: Austria
Manpower: 3000
Tanks: 5

2nd Guards Tank Division
A Category I division based in Hungary, the 2nd was being prepared to be shipped by rail to the Far East, when the Germans crossed the IGB in October of 1996. The orders to send the division were cancelled and the division spent the rest of 1996 being held in reserve, until January of 1997, when the division took the field against the Yugoslavs. The division fought well and at the conclusion of the campaign in Yugoslavia, was sent North to Poland in 1998, but was hit by three tactical nuclear weapons while marching through Hungary. The division was effectively destroyed, though bands of survivors range throughout Northeastern Hungary.

13th Guards Tank Division
A Category I division based in Hungary, the 13th was shipped by rail to the Far Eastern Front in the winter of 1995. The division participated in the spring offensive of 1996, and was badly mauled, having ran afoul of a massive Chinese “TOW front”. The division was soon pulled out of the line and sent to the Ukraine to rebuild. But, in late 1998, word came that the division was being sent to Poland, the division mutinied, and broke up. Marauder bands from it’s ranks now range throughout the Crimea.

93rd Guards Motor Rifle Division
A Category I division based in Hungary that was being prepared to be shipped by rail to the Far Eastern front in late 1996. Those orders were soon canceled when the West Germans crossed the IGB. The division was sent North to Poland in April 1997 as the situation worsened for the Warsaw Pact. The division was committed to fight a rearguard action for 8th Guards Army in the Warsaw area, and did so skillfully, but was trapped in the Warsaw pocket during the siege. The division was badly mauled in the desperate fighting and was kept in reserve in the Warsaw area once the siege had been lifted. The division however, was completely destroyed when NATO nuked Warsaw.

63rd Guards Motor Rifle Division
A Category II division based in the Leningrad MD. The division was called up in late 1995 to be sent to China, but was instead, with the outbreak of war in the West, sent to the Kola Peninsula to provide local security for the naval bases there. It did so until NATO nuclear strikes in November and December of 1997 destroyed the area and the division right along with it.

65th Guards Motor Rifle Division
A Category II division based in the Leningrad MD. The division was called up in early 1996 as things worsened in China, but was sent into action in Poland instead in March of 1997. The 65th was roughly handled, and was caught in a pocket near Wroclaw and destroyed by elements of US 3rd Armored Division.

36th Guards Naval Infantry Brigade
A Category I brigade based in the Leningrad MD. The brigade was sent North by rail to participate in the initial invasion of Norway in 1996. The Brigade landed at Bodo and held on for three weeks in a siege that resembled the fight at Narvik in 1940. Unlike Narvik though, the Soviet supplies gave out and the relief columns never reached the hapless Soviet Naval Infantrymen. The Brigade soon surrendered en masse after the local Norwegian commander showed the Brigade commander proof help wasn’t coming.

33rd Air Assault Brigade
A Category I Brigade based in the Leningrad MD. The brigade has been used as a rapid reaction and raiding force against NATO in Poland and has suffered accordingly. With a lack of aviation gasoline for aircraft, the unit has little or no tactical mobility, and is transitioning slowly to a horse mobile role.

Subordination: 1st Western Front
Location: Poland
Manpower: 750

Naval Spetznaz Brigade
A Category I Brigade based in the Leningrad MD. The brigade elements have been spending the war operating as a long-range raiding and recon force, though with the destruction of the Red Banner Northern and Baltic Fleets, many of the teams from the brigade are cut off from help from the Soviet Union. Teams from the brigade can mostly be found in Norway, but a few have been encountered as far south as Scotland.

Subordination: Red Banner Leningrad Front
Location: Throughout Scandinavia
Manpower: approx. 800

15th Guards Tank Division
A Category II division based in the Baltic MD. The division was called up in late 1995 and ordered to begin training for possible service in China. However, with the entry of NATO into the war, the division was ordered to remain in place and prepare defenses of it’s home city of Kalingrad. The division never managed to see combat, as NATO never turned toward Kalingrad, being content to simply bypass it. But, as the nuclear exchange heated up, the division and the city were both destroyed by NATO warheads

40th Guards Tank Division
A Category II division from the Baltic MD, the division was called up in early 1997 as things became more desperate against NATO in Poland. The division’s training was poor and rushed, and as a result, it accrued a loathsome combat record,. In June 1997, the division was caught by NATO airpower in road column and was mauled badly, the division disintegrating under the pounding. The surviving elements of the division were reassigned to other units.

24th Guards Tank Division
A Category II division from the Baltic MD, the division was called up in early 1997 and like it’s sister division, the 24th, had considerable mobilization problems. It’s training was so poor, that STAVKA ordered it retrained before committing it to action. This was still ongoing by the time of the nuclear strikes in late 1997. As soon as word came of said strikes, an entire Motor Rifle battalion deserted with its equipment, forming the core of a “Latvian Liberation Detachment”. Finally, in 1998, the division was declared combat ready and was committed against the rebels in Latvia. It has had some sharp fights both with its old comrades and elements of the 26th GMRD.

Subordination: 11th Guards Army
Location: Latvia
Manpower: 1200
Tanks: 2

88th Motorized Rifle Division
A Category III division based in the Baltic MD. Earlier in the war, it was raided for equipment and manpower to get the 107th MRD ready for service. The unit was finally called up in 1999, woefully under strength and suffering from poor morale. The 11th Guards Army thus only uses the unit as a headquarters guard, not trusting the unit for anything else.

Subordination: 11th Guards Army
Location: Latvia
Manpower: 800
Tanks: 12

44th Airborne Division
The Soviet training formation for the airborne forces, the division was retained in its role until early 1998, where it was ordered into the field as a troop unit as part of 11th Guards Army. It was converted into a horse-borne raiding force and has carved out a very tough reputation for itself.

Subordination: 11th Guards Army
Location: Latvia
Manpower: 1400 cavalry
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Baltic Naval Infantry Brigade
A Category I brigade based in the Baltic MD, the brigade was held in reserve until mid-1997, when it was involved in a abortive raid on Bornholm Island. The brigade was mauled, taking 30% casualties., and was placed into a reserve role. This mission morphed into an internal security mission in and around the Kaunas area.

Subordination: Northwestern Theater
Location: Kaunas, Lithuania
Manpower: 650

6th Guards Tank Division
A Category II division based in the Byelorussian MD. The division was called up in late 1995 and was hurriedly trained up for deployment to the Far Eastern Theater. It was deployed to the front by rail in January 1996. It participated in the Soviet spring offensive in April 1996 and fought reasonably. Unfortunately, it was caught in the flank by the Chinese counterattack and destroyed. The few survivors were reassigned to other commands..

29th Tank Division
A Category II division based in the Byelorussian MD. The 29th was called up in late 1996 for shipment to the Far East, but these orders were soon cancelled and the division was sent West to fight NATO. The division fought reasonably well, but in early 1998, the division was hit by 2 tactical nuclear weapons and destroyed.

56th Guards Motor Rifle Division
The 56th is a Category II division based in the Byelorussian MD. The division was called up in late 1996 and sent into action against NATO in early 1997. The division fought well, but was caught in a small pocket near Lodz by US 50th Armored Division and destroyed. Survivors were reassigned to other commands.

34th Guards Tank Division
A Category II division based in the Byelorussian MD. It was called up in late 1995 for deployment to the Far East. The division arrived in China in time for the April 1996 spring offensive. The division fought very well and remained in theatre until China collapsed in 1997, then it was ordered to assume local occupation duties in the Harbin area.

Subordination: 39th Army
Location: Manchuria
Manpower: 2000
Tanks: 5

37th Guards Tank Division
A Category II division based in the Byelorussian MD. The division was hurried called up in early 1997 and was poorly trained upon mobilization, the division was then committed against British II Corps near Warsaw. After a disastrous initial engagement, the division surrendered en masse to British II Corps.

47th Tank Division
A Category II division from the Byelorussian MD. It was called up in mid-1997 in an attempt to stop the German drive for the Soviet border. It fought a ugly rear-guard action near Bryansk with elements of German 10th Panzer Division, while the division bought time for Soviet forces to reform and set up a new defensive position. The action shattered the 47th, and the division was put into reserve. It was then recalled in 1999 and sent into the Ukraine to crush the rebellion.

Subordination: 19th Army
Location: Ukraine
Manpower: 1200
Tanks: 3

58th Guards Motor Rifle Division
A Category II division from the Byelorussian MD, the division was called up in late 1996 as matters worsened in the West. Due to a variety of problems with mobilization and training, the division was not ready for deployment until November 1997. While the division was moving through Minsk en route to Poland, when the city was struck by NATO nuclear warheads.

8th Tank Division
A Category II division from the Byelorussian MD. The division was called up in late 1995 for service in the Far East. It was sent East in January of 1996 and participated in the Soviet spring offensive of 1996, and in subsequent actions, but was destroyed in a rare Chinese nuclear strike.

45th Guards Tank Division
A Category II division from the Byelorussian MD. The division was called up in late 1996 after West German forces crossed the IGB. The division was committed into action in Poland in early 1997 in Poland against American forces. It earned an enviable combat record. The division is currently in cantonment in Poland.

Subordination: 8th Guards Army
Location: Poland
Manpower: 1750
Tanks: 10

120th Guards Motor Rifle Division (“Rogachev Guards”)
A Category I division from the Bylorussian MD, the Rogachev Guards were a storied unit of the Soviet Army. The division was ordered to prepare to be sent East in lmid-1996 with the failure of the spring offensive. These orders however were cancelled in October upon the West German invasion of East Germany. The Guards have fought very well, upholding the honor of their unit and have been used as a fire brigade for the Soviets in Poland.

Subordination: 4th Guards Tank Army
Location: Poland
Manpower: 2200
Tanks: 14

31st Air Assault Brigade
A Category I brigade from the Byelorussian MD. The brigade was sent East by air in early 1996 to reinforce Soviet efforts in China. The brigade attempted to seize crossing points along the Yangtse, but was shattered by Chinese counterattacks within days of landing.

23rd Tank Division
A Category I division from the Carpathian MD. The division was sent East by rail in mid 1995 to reinforce Soviet forces in the Far East as tensions with China mounted. The division participated in the initial invasion and was brutally overrun in October in the Chinese counterattack. Survivors were reassigned to other commands.

17th Motor Rifle Division
A Category III division from the Carpathian MD. The division was looted for equipment and manpower for other Category III divisions until 1998, when it was finally called up to help put down the Ukrainian revolt. However, the 17th mutinied as well and joined the rebellion.

Subordination: Independent
Location: Ukraine
Manpower: 800
Tanks: 1

15th Guards Motor Rifle Division
A Category I division from the Carpathian MD, the division was sent East by rail in late 1995 to reinforce the Soviet effort in China. The division then participated in the Soviet offensive of April 1996, but it was caught and destroyed piecemeal by the Chinese counterattack. Survivors were reassigned to other commands..

30th Guards Motor Rifle Division
A Category II division from the Carpathian MD, the division was called up in late 1995 for service in China and was deployed by rail in mid 1996 in the wake of the disastrous spring offensive and subsequent Chinese counter-offensive. The 30th did well in various defensive actions and in the subsequent pursuit and final destruction of Chinese resistance the next year, however, the division was badly mauled in a fight near Beijing, since that time, it has been ordered to assume occupation duties in Manchuria.

Subordination: 39th Army
Location: Manchuria
Manpower: 1100
Tanks: 7

61st Motor Rifle Division
A Category II division from the Carpathian MD called up in early 1996 for service in China, the division had it’s training abbreviated and was sent West instead as the Germans crossed the IGB. The division reached the front in late November and fell apart in it’s first engagement with Canadian 4th Mechanized Brigade. Few of the divisions survivors bothered to return to Soviet service, most surrendering the first chance they got.

37th Air Assault Brigade
A Category I brigade from the Carpathian MD, the 37th was used as a deep penetration and raiding force against the Germans and later NATO forces in Poland and Germany. The brigade accrued a good, if somewhat hard-luck reputation that caught up with it in September 1997 when it had the misfortune of being in the city of Lvov when it was hit by nuclear attack.

48th Tank Division
A Category II division from the Kiev MD, the 48th was called up in late 1996 for service against the Germans after their invasion of the East. When NATO intervened in November of 1996, the Soviets abruptly ended the division’s training weeks early and sent it into action in early 1997, facing German forces in the Krakow area, where it was destroyed piecemeal.

46th Guards Motor Rifle Division
A Category II division from the Kiev MD, the 46th GMRD was called up in late 1995 for shipment to China and arrived in theater in early 1996. The division participated in the spring 1995 offensive and fought well, but was annihilated in the Chinese counterattack.

40th Tank Division
A Category II division from the Kiev MD, the division was called up in early 1997 for commitment against NATO forces in Poland. Concerns however, arose when members of the divisional staff, including both the divisional commander and his deputy turned out to be sympathetic to underground Ukrainian nationalist organizations and the KGB and GRU were called in to purge the unit of “counter-revolutionary tendencies”. Since both agencies worked at cross purposes, the investigation dragged on till December of 1997, keeping the division in Dneperpropetrovsk until several American nuclear warheads decided the issue for everyone.

41st Guards Tank Division
A Category II division from the Kiev MD, the division was called up in late 1995 for service in China, and arrived in theater in time to participate in the 1996 spring offensive. The division was mauled during the offensive and then was shattered by the Chinese counterattack, with surviving elements being folded into other commands.

75th Guards Tank Division
A Category II division from the Kiev MD, the division was called up in late 1995 for shipment to the Far East. The division arrived in theater in early 1996 and participated in the spring offensive in April. The unit fought very well, but was overwhelmed fighting a rearguard action covering the retreat of 39th Army during the Chinese counterattack.

47th Cavalry Division
A Category III division from the Kiev MD, the division’s equipment and personnel were ruthlessly poached for the 29th GMRD to facilitate its mobilization. The 47th became a paper formation until 1998, when it was given a recent draft of marginal quality, hastily reorganized into a cavalry division and attached to 19th Army to help put down the Ukrainian revolt. Surprisingly, while the unit is short on skill, it is very loyal.

Subordination: 19th Army
Location: Ukraine
Manpower: 800 cavalry

60th Cavalry Division
A Category III division from the Kiev MD, like it’s brother division the 47th, the 60th was stripped of much of it’s strength to bring the 29th GMRD up to strength before it was sent to Romania. Thereafter, the division became a paper formation until 1998 when it too was filled with a draft of dubious quality and sent west to 22nd Cavalry Army in Poland. The division has not been committed to any serious action, mostly being used in anti-partisan sweeps and the like, and earning a bloody reputation in the process.

Subordination: 22nd Cavalry Army
Location: Poland
Manpower: 750 cavalry

28th Guards Motor Rifle Division
A Category III division from the Odessa MD, the division was stripped of much of its personnel and equipment to bring the 128th GMRD up to strength. The remaining men and equipment were organized into a regimental sized battle group and charged with the mission of providing local security for the naval bases in the Crimea. The unit was destroyed during the nuclear strikes on the region.

55th Motorized Rifle Division
A Category III division from the Odessa MD, the division was called up in late 1996 as matters worsened with the Romanians and participated in the invasion of Romania in 1997. The division fought well, but took horrendous casualties, and was finally destroyed in an ambush near Timasoura in 1998.

59th Guards Motor Rifle Division
A Category II division from the Odessa MD, the division was called up for service in China in late 1995, but after some indecision, was sent into action against the Romanians in 1997 instead. The division fought well, but took horrendous casualties and by 1999, was barely able to field 1000 men and 3 tanks. The division was disbanded in July 1999, to provide replacements for other divisions in 3rd Guards Army.

102nd Guards Airborne Division
A Category I division from the Odessa MD, the 102nd was sent East by air in mid 1995 as part of the initial buildup for the eventual Soviet invasion of China. The division participated in the initial invasion, seizing several crossing sites over the Amur River at a price of 40% casualties. The division spent 1996 rebuilding in Kharbovorsk, and in early 1997, was sent to Korea to reinforce Soviet efforts there. It has earned a good, if bloody combat record.

Subordination: Yalu Front
Location: Korea
Manpower: 3500

Black Sea Naval Infantry Brigade
A Category I brigade from the Odessa MD, the Brigade has been involved in operations against the Turks ever since their entry into the war in 1996. The brigade has fought well, but has take heavy casualties and has been in a reserve role since 1998.

Subordination: 1st Ukrainian Front
Location: Ukraine
Manpower: 650

38th Air Assault Brigade
A Category I brigade from the Odessa MD, the brigade was alerted for deployment to the Far East in late 1996, but these orders were rescinded in November with the entry of NATO into the war. The brigade fought in Turkish Thrace, Yugoslavia and Romania, but was rotated back to the Ukraine in 1998 to help put down the separatist revolt. It is now a cavalry borne force ranging far and wide in the Ukrainian steppes.

Subordination: 1st Ukrainian Front
Location: Ukraine
Manpower: 700 cavalry

4th Guards Motorized Rifle Division
A Category I division from the Moscow MD, the 4th GMRD was sent by rail to the Far Eastern front in mid-1995 as tensions with China worsened. The division fought well in the initial invasion, but was caught by the Chinese counterattack in isolated detachments and destroyed piecemeal.

7th Guards Motorized Rifle Division
A Category I division from the Moscow MD, the 7th GMRD, like it’s sister 4th GMRD, was sent East to the Far Eastern MD in mid-1995 as tensions worsened with China. When the war with China began, the 7th participated in the invasion and the division fought very well. It was however, mauled badly in the Chinese counterattack, and was sent back, sans equipment to its home station in the Kalinin area. The division found rebuilding to be a slow process, and in 1999, it was reactivated in a limited role to provide local security for the Kalinin area.

Subordination: 9th Guards Army
Location: Kalinin, Russia
Manpower: 850
Tanks: 2

5th Guards Tank Division
A Category II division from the Moscow MD, the division was called up in early 1997 and was sent into action against NATO in Poland. The division’s training had been rushed, and as a result, the division fought very poorly, being mauled badly by US forces in its first engagement. Sent home to retrain and reform, it was in and around Moscow when the city was destroyed by nuclear attack.

13th Motorized Rifle Division
A Category III division from the Moscow MD, the 13th was raided for much of its available equipment and manpower for other mobilizing Category III divisions. The remainder of the division was then used as a training division for new draftees. In late 1998, the division was activated and sent into the line in Poland.

Subordination: 3rd Shock Army
Location: Poland
Manpower: 1500
Tanks: 3

32nd Guards Motor Rifle Division
A Category III division from the Moscow MD, the division was called up in late 1995 and sent to the Far Eastern Front in early 1996. The division saw limited action in the 1996 spring offensive and was used mostly as flank security. It was overwhelmed and destroyed in that role in the Chinese counteroffensive.

53rd Guards Motor Rifle Division
A Category I division from the Moscow MD. The division was sent East in late 1995 and participated in the 1996 spring offensive. The division fought well, but was badly mauled in the Chinese counteroffensive. The division reformed from other broken units in theater and fought reasonably well, upon conclusion of operations in China, the division was sent to reinforce the Yalu Front.

Subordination: 35th Army
Location: Korea
Manpower: 1800
Tanks: 4

43rd Motorized Rifle Division
A Category III division from the Volga MD, the division was called up in late 1997 and was both under equipped and under manned. Thankfully, the division was not given orders for Poland but instead was ordered to provide local security in the Kubyashev region. The division remains loyal to the Soviet state, but it is out of contact with any higher headquarters and is contending with the dual pressures of marauder bands and dissatisfied, sullen residents of the Kubyashev area.

Subordination: Independent
Location, Kubyashev, RSFSR
Manpower: 1000
Tanks: 3

67th Motorized Rifle Division
A Category III division from the Volga MD, the division was mobilized in early 1996 for anticipation of being sent East to China. In mid-1996, as disaster unfolded in the East, the 67th MRD was hurriedly loaded onto railcars and rushed east to reinforce the failing Soviet effort. Despite poor equipment and training, the unit fought well, this is probably more a testament to the fact that the nuclear phase of the war in the East was finally neutralizing the PLA. Sadly for the 67th, during a successful pursuit, the division overran its stop line and was destroyed by Soviet tactical nuclear weapons in the ultimate act of “friendly fire”.

44th Tank Division
A Category II division from the Urals MD, the 44th TD was called up in early 1996 and was slated to reinforce the Soviet effort in China. But, when the Bundeswehr crossed the IGB in late 1996, the 44th was sent West and entered action in February 1997; it fought well, if ineptly, and was destroyed by tactical nuclear weapons in August of 1997.
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