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Soviet air power and the pursuit of new military options.
Phillip A. Petersen
|Series||Studies in communist affairs -- 3|
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According to the all-union military service law of September , the Soviet Armed Forces consisted of three components: the Ground Forces, the Air Forces, the Navy, the State Political Directorate (OGPU), and the convoy guards. The OGPU was later made independent and amalgamated with the NKVD in , and thus its Internal Troops were under the joint management of the Defense and Interior Headquarters: Ministry of Defence, Khamovniki District, . We might even avoid generating new myths based on old stereotypes. Reina Pennington, PhD, teaches military and Russian history at Norwich University in Vermont. She is a former Air Force intelligence officer and Soviet analyst, and is presently working on a book entitled What Russia Can Teach Us About War.
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The independent air operation -- Air support of ground operations -- Air support of naval operations -- Soviet air power elements. Frontal aviation -- Long-range aviation -- Military transport aviation -- Aeroflot -- National air defense aviation -- Naval aviation -- Adjunct air forces -- Air operations and the preemption of NATO mobilization.
The book also has a section on Soviet army equipment such as tanks and field guns, warships, submarines, and hand held guns such as the Dragunov sniper's rifle.
There is a glossary of Soviet military terms and acronyms, and a final section on the names of Cited by: 1. * "Naval Power" * "The Soviet Fighting Man" The book provides an overall history and assessment of the Soviet military as it existed in the s and early s. The text is accompanied by many black and white and color photos.
There are no tabulations of weapons performance characteristics. In my opinion, there are several more comprehensive books on this subject from the Soviet by: 3.
* "Naval Power" * "The Soviet Fighting Man" The book provides an overall history and assessment of the Soviet military as it existed in the s and early s.
The text is accompanied by many black and white and color photos. There are no tabulations of weapons performance characteristics. In my opinion, there are several more comprehensive books on this subject from the Soviet era/5(4). Soviet Military Power: An Assessment of the Threat [Department of Defense, United States of America] (cover featuresGeneral Secretary Gorbachev aboard one of the five TYPHOONs now operational with the USSR's offensive nuclear forces) Department of Defense 5/5(1).
reform experiences in the Russian Army, Airborne Troops, the Air Force, and the Navy since The fifth, and in my opinion the most important, focuses on Russian military doctrine and the current state of its Armed Forces. The first four chapters survey developments in each of the major branches [services].
David Glantz examines the Soviet study of war, the re-emergence of the operation level and its connection with deep battle, the evolution of the Soviet theory of operations in depth beforeand its refinement and application in the European theatre and the Far East between and What people are saying - Write a review.4/5(1).
The previous edition of Russian Air Power described the Russian Air Force s post-Soviet organisation, order of battle and, to a certain extent, the types in Russian Air Force service. In the course of the 20 years that have had elapsed since the demise of the Soviet Union the Russian Air Force and Russian Naval Aviation have had repeatedly been Reviews: Check out the new look and enjoy easier access to your favorite features political primary probably problems production radar range reconnaissance remained Right rocket role Russian seen serve ships soldier Soviet military Soviet Navy speed strategic strike submarine surface tactical tank threat tion Soviet Military Power A Bison book.
The Soviet Union was one of the pre-eminent military powers of the 20th century, and this compendium of essays by military scholars explains how a rag-tag would-be world power that collapsed in disarray during World War I, first fought a complex civil war for five years, then built a military force capable of defeating the Germans in World War II/5(5).
As new decisionmaking bodies assert their influence over defense spending, the operations and development of strategic systems could be affected. to provide a wide range of support for Soviet Navy surface ship, submarine, and naval infantry forces.
Associated SNA File Size: 8MB. Thesis: Soviet air power, while not the predominant military service component during these years, did in fact play a large supporting role in ensuring the victory of the Red Army in the Great.
2 RED AIR – POLITICS IN RUSSIAN AIR POWER Soviet military, as an integral component of the Communist Party, was the embodiment of the creation, sovereignty and stability of the Soviet Empire.
By ensuring the security and stability of the nation state, the Armed Forces contributed to. Soviet Military Power edition data. For the origin of the data see: John A. Roberts, The Validity of Soviet Military Power, AD-A, A former high-ranking Soviet Army officer who has defected to the West delineates Soviet tactical policy, armaments, and military technology, and assesses army personnel and their training From inside the book.
This was another good book by Viktor Suvorov giving us a tour into a specific area of the Soviet machine.
The book gives breakdowns of the different services (Land Forces, Strategic Rocket Forces, Naval Forces, Air Defense Forces, Air Forces, Airborne Forces, etc.) and the specialties they bring to preserving the USSR.4/5. David Glantz examines the Soviet study of war, the re-emergence of the operation level and its connection with deep battle, the evolution of the Soviet theory of operations in depth beforeand its refinement and application in the European theatre and the Far East between and /5.
The Soviet armed forces number more than million men and are continually being modernized with "an unending flow of new weapons systems, tanks, missiles, ships, artillery, and aircraft."Author: Stephen Webbe.
The Development of Soviet Military Power: Trends Since and Prospects for the s Key Judgments The Soviet military buildup during the Brezhnev era has emphasized balanced development of all forces and increased use of military instruments.
Soviet Military Power was a public diplomacy publication of the US Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA), which provided an estimate of the military strategy and capabilities of the Soviet Union during the final years of the Cold War, ostensibly to alert the US public to.
A few of his monographs have dealt with specific World War 2 aircraft, but this title is his first comprehensive work of the Soviet Air Force in World War 2. To give you a flavor of the coverage in this title, here are the six chapters that span this huge book: The Soviet Aircraft Industry in the Run-up to and during the Great Patriotic War.Chapter II - Forces for Nuclear Attack.
In the year since the publication of Soviet Military Powerthe Soviet Union has pressed ahead with the development and deployment of new generations of increasingly capable land, sea, and air forces for nuclear modernization of the fourth generation of intercontinental ballistic missiles (ICBMs) has neared completion - ICBMs with greater.It can be said at the start that this is a vitally important book to the student of world politics.
The author, a distinguished British aviation writer, has taken a long scholarly look at the air power of the Soviet Union and detail by detail, has compressed its history, size, and striking potential into this one highly-informative view.
The Korean War and the resulting tensions of the 's.