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    Post  kvs on Tue Apr 23, 2019 7:42 pm

    These rankings are pure BS designed to give the MSM talking points. Like all those reports about journalist deaths
    in Russia. Of course, the Devil is in the details and once you read these reports you see that they have no substance.
    Ranking reports can be total trash because they rely on MSM junk to bootstrap more junk and are a species of perceptions
    index. For example, "everyone knows how Soviet T-72s were trashed by Abrams A1As in Iraq. The T-90 is basically
    the same garbage, so Abrams rule supreme". "American ICBMs can hit an electron from around the world, while Soviet-Russian
    ICBMs have a 50% of missing a target the size of a city". "Soviet-Russian jets use obsolete vacuum tubes instead of
    HPC microprocessors, so they are obviously garbage". And other gems of fanboi masturbation.


    Next time you read a media article, note how reports are cited. You would think that they were peer reviewed intellectual
    achievements written by Einstein. They are nothing of the sort. Their methodology is contrived and not credible and
    they are not peer reviewed by objective reviewers. Anybody and his dog can write reports. The question is what value
    they have.

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    Post  Hole on Tue Apr 23, 2019 9:55 pm

    Who controls South Korea?
    Who gets 100 points in the ranking?
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    Post  magnumcromagnon on Tue Apr 23, 2019 11:23 pm

    Isn't France sharing an aircraft carrier with Britain?.... Rolling Eyes

    Isn't France the country that needs Germany to build they're next gen BVRAAM's, MBT's and jets?
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    Post  GarryB on Wed Apr 24, 2019 4:08 am

    Well I don't see any big deal... France and the US are global powers with the ability and propensity to murder anyone anywhere on earth at any time... Russia has that capacity too with ship and sub launched conventional and nuclear armed missiles...

    How could the US not be at the top of the list, with it spending more on "defence" than the next 12 biggest military powers, but you really have to ask yourself what actual value the US is getting from this power... it clearly is not getting what it wants most of the time despite using methods any civilian would be put in jail for.

    Its own people are shopping it for war crimes like Snowden and Manning... they didn't do it for money or power, they did it because they knew their government was violating its own moral code... and that will be the wests downfall... everybody on the receiving end of its justice and peace and democracy knows its morality means nothing, but when the people in the west start to realise the harm they are doing to the world, that they are not just a misunderstood force for good that sometimes makes mistakes or chooses the wrong friends, but really are the actual boogey man and that the world would actually be better off without them... that is going to be an important step for the west... it will either collapse and take everyone with it, or it might realise that instead of just talking the talk they could try to walk the walk and live up to their pretty christian ideals and start doing the right thing even when it does not benefit them to do so... but I wont hold my breath...
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    Post  Tsavo Lion on Wed Apr 24, 2019 4:50 am

    ..live up to their pretty christian ideals and start doing the right thing..
    The Evangelical ideals they propagate to justify interventions & drone killings r not any different from the time of the Crusades. They'll keep at it until some1 or something stops them.
    So, don't hold ur breath!
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    Post  Isos on Wed Apr 24, 2019 8:33 am

    magnumcromagnon wrote:Isn't France sharing an aircraft carrier with Britain?.... Rolling Eyes

    Isn't France the country that needs Germany to build they're next gen BVRAAM's, MBT's and jets?

    No.

    Yes because it is costly and the need is the same within nato standards. Russia also faces the reality of the costs with their new su-57, t-14 ...
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    Post  miketheterrible on Wed Apr 24, 2019 12:07 pm

    Isos wrote:
    magnumcromagnon wrote:Isn't France sharing an aircraft carrier with Britain?.... Rolling Eyes

    Isn't France the country that needs Germany to build they're next gen BVRAAM's, MBT's and jets?

    No.

    Yes because it is costly and the need is the same within nato standards. Russia also faces the reality of the costs with their new su-57, t-14 ...

    What? What did you base this on? Armata and Su-57 isn't/wasn't ready yet. Cost has little to do with it especially when the cost isn't really all that high.
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    Post  Tsavo Lion on Thu Jun 13, 2019 6:19 pm

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    Post  miketheterrible on Thu Jun 13, 2019 6:52 pm

    i am curious how many times this will be reposted? Maybe another 100 times and we will get the hint what RAND wants to do.
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    Post  miketheterrible on Tue Jun 18, 2019 5:31 pm

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    Post  George1 on Thu Aug 22, 2019 1:46 pm

    Military contingent of seven states to participate in Russia’s Center-2019 drills


    In the previous Center drills held in 2015

    MOSCOW, August 20. /TASS/. The military contingent of seven countries, including China, Pakistan and India, will take part in Russia’s Tsentr-2019 (Center-2019) strategic drills in September, press service of the Defense Ministry said in a statement on Tuesday.

    "Military contingent of the People’s Republic of China, the Islamic Republic of Pakistan, the Kyrgyz Republic, the Republic of India, the Republic of Kazakhstan, the Republic of Tajikistan, and the Republic of Uzbekistan are engaged in the drills for exercising in coordinated operations," the statement said.

    "Up to 12,950 people (of which up to 10,700 are the Russian military and up to 2,250 are the military personnel of foreign countries), up to 250 tanks, up to 450 armored infantry fighting vehicles and armored personnel carriers, and up to 200 artillery systems and multiple artillery rocket systems will be employed in practical operations of the military forces in Donguz, Totsky and Adanak training ranges in the European part of the Russian Federation," the ministry added.

    Almost 130,000 people, over 20,000 units of military hardware and weapons and roughly 600 aircraft systems will be involved in Russia’s Tsentr-2019 strategic drills to be held on September 16 to 21, press service of the Defense Ministry said.

    "All in all, around 128,000 servicemen, over 20,000 units and weapons and military hardware, around 600 aircraft systems and up to 15 ships and logistics vessels are involved in participating in strategic command and staff exercises," the statement said.

    Eight training ranges in Russia will host the main operations. Those are the ranges of Totsky and Donguz in the Orenburg Region, Adanak in Dagestan and Ashuluk near Astrakhan, the Chebarkul practice range in the Chelyabinsk Region and Safakulevo in the Kurgan Region, the Aleisky and Yurginsky ranges in the Altai Region and the Kemerovo Region, the ministry said. Also, certain episodes of the drills will be held "under separate plans" at the ranges of foreign countries.

    In the previous Center drills held in 2015, the military from Kazakhstan belonging to the Collective Rapid Reaction Forces of the Collective Security Treaty Organization participated. All in all, around 95,000 servicemen, over 7,000 units of weapons and military hardware, up to 170 aircraft and 20 vessels were employed in 2015.

    https://tass.com/defense/1074149
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    Post  Tsavo Lion on Tue Sep 03, 2019 6:25 am

    Putin arrived in Ulaanbaatar
    https://russian.rt.com/world/news/664517-putin-pribyl-ulan-bator

    Russian President Vladimir Putin believes that relations between Russia and Mongolia will reach a new level after the signing of an indefinite agreement on friendly relations and a comprehensive strategic partnership.
    The Russian leader said this in anticipation of his visit to Mongolia in an interview with the newspaper Odriyn Sonin.
    “Following the visit, an interstate agreement on friendly relations and a comprehensive strategic partnership will be signed,” the Kremlin’s website quotes Putin.
    He noted that this agreement will bring relations between Russia and Mongolia to a qualitatively new level and will have an unlimited character.
    Earlier, PolitExpert reported that the military personnel of Russia and Mongolia conducted a joint training with live firing as part of the Selenga 2019 maneuvers.

    https://russian.rt.com/russia/news/664335-kommentarii-putin-mongoliya



    Given her strategic Central Asian location between the RF & the PRC,
    Mongolia must be kept away from any harmful Western influence.


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    Post  George1 on Thu Sep 12, 2019 10:48 pm

    Russia's Defense Ministry unveils scenario of Tsentr-2019 drills


    The exercise will be held in two phases

    MOSCOW, September 12. /TASS/. The Russian army with a coalition of friendly countries participating in the strategic command-and-staff exercise Tsentr-2019 will neutralize an abstract country responsible for spawning terrorism and unleashing war, Russia’s Deputy Defense Minister Colonel-General Alexander Fomin told a news briefing for foreign military attaches on Thursday.

    According to the scenario, the influence of Islamic extremism on countries in the Middle East, Southeast Asia and eventually Central Asia is growing.

    "A hypothetical state emerges in the southwest of Russia. Its leadership shares the extremist ideas of leaders of international terrorist organizations," he said. From the imaginary country radical Islamism begins to spread into the territories of neighboring countries.

    "The imaginary country having an advanced army makes attempts to exert pressure, including military pressure, on Russia. The escalation of tensions eventually evolves into an armed conflict," Fomin said.

    Theme and phases of the exercise


    Fomin said the focus of the exercise would be on ways of using the coalition’s military group for struggle against international terrorism and measures to maintain military security in Central Asia. Military contingents from Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan, India, China and Pakistan have been invited to participate.

    The exercise will be held in two phases. The first one lasting three days will be devoted to polishing the command and control of troops, measures to repel air strikes, and reconnaissance and defensive operations. In the second two-day phase a multinational group of troops will carry out a massive fire strike against the hypothetical enemy.

    The number of troops

    The main phase of the strategic command-and-staff exercise will involve nearly 13,000 troops, Russia’s Deputy Defense Minister Colonel-General Alexander Fomin told the news briefing for foreign military attaches.

    "At the Totsky and Adanak proving grounds in the European part of Russia within the zone of the Vienna Document of 2011 on confidence and security building measures, and also at the Donguz proving ground up to 12,950 men will be involved (10,700 Russian servicemen and up to 2,250 foreign ones), Fomin said.

    Up to 250 tanks, 450 armored personnel carriers and up to 200 artillery pieces and multiple rocket launchers will be deployed in the main episode of the exercise.

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    The main events of the Tsentr-2019 exercise will take place on September 16-21 at eight proving grounds in Russia (Totsky and Donguz in the Orenburg Region, Adanak in Dagestan, Ashuluk near Astrakhan, Chebarkul in the Chelyabinsk Region, Safakulevo near Kurgan, Aleisk and Yurga proving grounds in the Altai Region and the Kemerovo regions respectively and on the Caspian Sea), as well as foreign proving grounds in Kyrgyzstan, Kazakhstan and the territory of Russia’s 201st military base in Tajikistan.

    Involved in the Tsentr-2019 exercise will be 128,000 troops, 20,000 pieces of military equipment, 600 aircraft and 15 ships.

    https://tass.com/defense/1077810
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    Post  Tsavo Lion on Wed Sep 18, 2019 6:48 pm

    Russia is "leaving" from the Caspian
    https://regnum.ru/news/polit/2721943.html
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    Post  franco on Sun Sep 22, 2019 1:37 pm

    Apparently Shoigu's first press interview in 7 years. Interesting read.

    https://www.mk.ru/politics/2019/09/22/sergey-shoygu-rasskazal-kak-spasali-rossiyskuyu-armiyu.html
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    Post  Tsavo Lion on Fri Sep 27, 2019 12:16 am

    Russian key to Asia: Moscow has found a balance between world powers: https://regnum.ru/news/polit/2731091.html
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    Post  Tsavo Lion on Thu Oct 03, 2019 5:22 am

    IMO, Russia should erect a chain of high hills on her Western border, across the the E. European plain to make any future ground invasion impossible or very costly.
    It may take a long time & a lot of $, but in the long run will save more $ & lives, just lie the Great Wall of China did.
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    Post  franco on Sat Oct 12, 2019 5:08 pm

    Defective defense of Primorye

    The Trans-Siberian Railway is still the longest railway in the world. Its zero kilometer is at the Yaroslavl station of Moscow, the last, 9288th, at the station of Vladivostok. This railway connecting Vladivostok with the rest of Russia seems to strengthen its strategic position. But in fact, the situation is extremely difficult. Vladivostok and neighboring Artem, Nakhodka, Ussuriysk, other cities and villages of the southern part of Primorsky Krai are located just a few turns of the border from the main territory of the country, and the Trans-Siberian Railway passes right next to this border. China is located abroad, which is officially listed as our strategic partner, but in reality it represents the most serious threat to the eastern regions of Russia, and to Russia as a whole. Vladivostok and neighboring cities are sandwiched between the Chinese border and the ocean, which we also do not control. There is nowhere to retreat from here, no reinforcements to be expected from. Even the islands and peninsulas of the Far East (Sakhalin, Kuril Islands, Kamchatka, Chukotka) that do not have land communications with the mainland  the situation is not that, to put it mildly not easy.

    The defense of Primorye is carried out by the 5th army with headquarters in Ussuriysk. It consists of eight brigades and one regiment.

    The 59th motorized rifle brigade is deployed in the village of Sergeevka, the 60th motorized rifle brigade is in the village. Kamen-Rybolov and the Monastery, 70th motorized rifle brigade - in s. Drum In total, they are armed with 123 T-72B tanks, 240 BMP-1 tanks (yes, still!), More than 80 BTR-80s, about 200 MTLBs, more than 100 152-mm self-propelled guns 2S3 Akatsiya and 2S19 Msta-S ", More than 50 120-mm mortars 2S12" Sani ", 54 122-mm MLRS BM-21" Grad ", up to 40 self-propelled anti-tank systems" Competition "(also still), up to 20 100-mm anti-tank vehicles MT-12, not less than 40 air defense systems "Tor-M2U" and "Strela-10", up to 20 ZSU-23-4 "Shilka" (again, until now). Currently, the 127th Motorized Rifle Division with headquarters in Sergeevka is being reconstructed on the basis of these three brigades. In particular, the 59th Motorized Rifle Brigade was transformed into the 394th Motorized Rifle Regiment of this division. At the same time, the T-80BV tanks (lifted from storage), and not the T-72, are likely to be in service with the division.

    The 20th Missile Brigade (Spassk-Dalniy) has 12 ISK Iskander launchers in service.

    The 305th artillery brigade (Ussuriysk) has 18 152-mm self-propelled guns 2S5 "Hyacinth", 8 240-mm self-propelled mortars 2С4 "Tulip", 8 MLRS "Hurricane", 18 self-propelled anti-tank systems "Sturm-S", 6 anti-tank missiles MT-12 .

    Also in Ussuriysk, the 80th command brigade, the 101st MTO brigade, and the 8th anti-aircraft missile brigade with three divisions of the Buk-M1 air defense missile systems were deployed. In the village Sergeevka is stationed the 25th RKhBZ regiment with 3 flamethrower MLRS TOS-1A.

    In addition, the 5th Army includes two bases for the storage and repair of weapons and equipment (bhirvt). The 245th bhirvt is located in the city of Lesozavodsk, the 247th bhirvt is in the village. The monastery. Each of them is a folded motorized rifle brigade.

    Four more brigades, one regiment and one bhirvt, stationed in Primorye, report directly to the command of the BBO.

    In Ussuriysk, the 83rd Air Assault Brigade, the 338th RSZO Brigade with 18 Uragan MLRS, and the 7020th Bhirvt (collapsed artillery brigade) are deployed. The 106th communications brigade was deployed in the city of Dalnerechensk, the 92nd radio engineering brigade in the village of Starosysoevka, and the 7th radio engineering regiment in Artyom.

    Two air regiments and an army aviation base are deployed from the 11th Air Force and Air Defense Army with headquarters in Khabarovsk in Primorye.

    The 22nd Fighter Aviation Regiment is deployed at the Tsentralnaya-Uglovaya aerodrome in the city of Artem. In service, it has 22 MiG-31BSM interceptors, 11 new Su-35S fighters and 4 Su-30M2 fighter-bomber, up to 9 older, but modernized Su-27SM fighters and 2 combat training Su-27UB.

    The 18th assault air regiment is deployed at the Chernigovka airfield; it has 24 Su-25SM attack aircraft in service. At the same airfield, the 575th Army Airbase with 36 Mi-24P and Ka-52 combat helicopters and 19 Mi-8AMTSH multi-role helicopters is deployed.

    The 93rd Air Defense Division with headquarters in Vladivostok includes the 344th Radio Technical Regiment (in Artyom) and two anti-aircraft missile regiments: 589th in Nakhodka with two S-400 air defense divisions and 1533rd in Vladivostok, also with two S-400 air defense divisions and one S-300PS air defense missile division.

    Vladivostok is the main base of the Pacific Fleet, its main surface forces, shipbuilding and ship repair base are deployed here.

    In total, the Pacific Fleet Primorsky Flotilla has 7 submarines of pr. 877 (B-187 Komsomolsk-on-Amur, B-190 Krasnokamensk, B-345 Mogocha, B-394 Nurlat, B-464 Ust -Kamchatsk ”, B-445“ Nikolai the Miracle Worker ”, B-494“ Ust-Bolsheretsk ”), missile cruiser“ Varyag ”, pr. 1164, 3 destroyers, pr. 956 (“ Stormy ”,“ Fast ”,“ Fearless ”), 4 BOD Project 1155 (Admiral Panteleev, Admiral Tributs, Admiral Vinogradov, Marshal Shaposhnikov), 4 IPC Project 1124M (IPC-17 Ust-Ilimsk, MPK-64 Metel, MPK ‑221 “Primorsky” and MPK ‑ 222 “Koreets”), 1 missile boat, Project 1241T (R ‑ 79) and 10 Project 12411 (R ‑ 11, R ‑ 14, R ‑ 18, R 19, P-20, P-2 4, P-29, P-261, P-297, P-298), 3 base minesweeps, pr. 1265 (BT-100, BT-114, BT-232), BDK " Nikolay Vilkov ”, pr. 1171, 3 BDK pr. 775 (BDK-11“ Peresvet ”, BDK-98“ Admiral Nevelskaya ”, BDK-101“ Oslyabya ”) and the landing boat“ Ivan Kartsov ”pr. 21820.

    72nd Coastal Missile Brigade deployed in the village. Smolyaninovo near Vladivostok. It includes three divisions - two divisions of PKKK “Bastion” and one division of PKKK “Bal”. In fact, Vladivostok is hiding behind only one Bastion division, the other two divisions are transferred to the southern Kuril Islands disputed by Japan. The PKKK Bastion division is located on about. Iturup, division of PKK "Ball" - on about. Kunashir.

    The 155th Marine Brigade is stationed in Vladivostok. It is armed with at least 10 T-80BV tanks, up to 60 BTR-80 and BTR-82A, up to 20 self-propelled guns 2S1 and 2S9, 6 MLRS BM-21, SAM "Strela-10", SAM "Tunguska".

    At the 7062nd naval aviation base (Nikolaevka, Nakhodka airdrome) there are 6 IL-38 anti-submarine aircraft (including 2 modernized IL-38N), 1 VKP Il-22, 7 Ka-27 anti-submarine helicopters, 6 Ka-29 attack aircraft and 2 multipurpose Mi-8s. 12 air transport aircraft of the Pacific Fleet are based at the Knevichi airfield in Artem.

    The grouping of the RF Armed Forces deployed in Primorye will not allow Japan to land troops here, but it is unlikely to prevent the region from being blocked by the Sea of ​​Japan. The same applies to the US Navy. But Russian troops in the Vladivostok region, unfortunately, will not be able to confront the PLA for at least a long time, given the enormous quantitative, and in many respects qualitative superiority of the enemy. The Russian group has no room for maneuver; it has neither a pre-field, nor operational, nor strategic depth. You can only retreat into the ocean or, at best, into the Sikhote-Alin mountains (and there you can proceed to a guerrilla war, which, alas, will be able to be waged for very short time without external support). The situation is aggravated by a very high proportion of openly obsolete equipment in service with Russian units and, as was said at the beginning, the lack of a real opportunity to receive reinforcements and supplies from the mainland.

    Thus, the group defending the “far, but nashenny” region is completely inadequate to the situation on the theater of military operations. However, it is not very clear what efforts should be made to eliminate this inadequacy. Perhaps that is why no effort, in fact, is being undertaken at all. The “injections” of modern technology into the units and formations deployed here (Iskander, Tor-M2U, S-400, Su-35S, Ka-52, “Bal” and “Bastion”) are so insignificant in volume that in no way they cannot affect the general balance of forces in the region (at the same time, the equipment of the ground forces, which the main burden of the war will certainly fall on, is not being updated at all). But the volumes of false propaganda demagogy about “strategic partnership” and “unprecedented good relations” with Beijing are infinitely large.

    About the author: Alexander Khramchikhin - Deputy Director of the Institute for Political and Military Analysis.
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    Post  Kimppis on Sat Oct 12, 2019 6:14 pm

    But the volumes of false propaganda demagogy about “strategic partnership” and “unprecedented good relations” with Beijing are infinitely large.

    Lol, that's not "false propaganda," it's the truth.

    And suuuuuure, a Chinese surprise attack is a serious possibility in the near future. Rolling Eyes USN and USAF don't exist, apparently.

    So the remaining 30% of Ground Forces will be modernized to the "2020 standard" by 2028, I assume?
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    Post  miketheterrible on Sat Oct 12, 2019 6:29 pm

    So he is assuming that China will just invade Siberia.  Gee, I wonder where I keep hearing that from - oh yeah, the American backed propagandists in Russia.

    So far, China could and they didn't.  Plus Russia has nukes so they could just easily nuke China's major cities if they decide to attack in large forces.

    I think the "strategist" is a retarded faggot and knows zero about military.

    Just an FYI but Siberia region was always rather under armed and under enforced and yet they managed to kick china's ass in 69.  China had superior numbers.  And quality equipment?  This guy is a delusional moron.  China has proven their quality doesn't exist.  They always used numbers and it never worked out for them.

    Yeah, you gotta protract from any potential enemy. That includes China. But lets be real here, Russia doesn't have the manpower to do all of that. So instead the best they can hope for is leaving a buffer zone and just make it clear that any northern positions of China will be struck hard, and so will their HQ's in inner china.

    China is so damn concentrated they have nowhere to flee back to incase of a nuclear strike. Most of China's positions are concentrated on the east and western borders because India would take advantage of a war between Russia and China.
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    Post  Isos on Sat Oct 12, 2019 8:02 pm

    So far, China could and they didn't.  Plus Russia has nukes so they could just easily nuke China's major cities if they decide to attack in large forces.

    Many forget that. Giving a nuclear power that also has 100  long range bombers armed with long range cruise missiles the right to defend itself put you in a terrible position (i.e Turkey downing su24) and that's only at that moment you know you fucked up.

    Another exemple is the interception by those small european countries in the baltic where any little incident can bring them to the reality of becoming a big target for russian weapons and no one will save them.

    China is so damn concentrated they have nowhere to flee back to incase of a nuclear strike. Most of China's positions are concentrated on the east and western borders because India would take advantage of a war between Russia and China.

    Many don't won't to see the reality. China is looking at the south for its expension and is already grabing it but they are stuck with this idea of expension in siberia.

    Frankly speaking they have no interest in Siberia which is totaly empty and cold land. Most chinese couldn't survive 1 year there. It's easier for them to buy from russia what they need.
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    Post  Tsavo Lion on Sat Oct 12, 2019 9:05 pm

    China has proven their quality doesn't exist.

    Their latest MLRS r longer range than their Russian counterparts, & the Soviet Grads stopped the Maoists in 1969.
    Frankly speaking they have no interest in Siberia which is totaly empty and cold land. Most chinese couldn't survive 1 year there. It's easier for them to buy from russia what they need.
    Right. Only the area close  & along the border is suitable for Chinese way of life & agriculture. If they were to acquire Siberia, it will be another Tibet & Sinkiang- as big areas r populated by nationalistic Buryats (Tibetan Buddhist Mongols) & animist Yakuts, besides many other natives.


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    Post  miketheterrible on Sat Oct 12, 2019 10:31 pm

    their MLRS system is no different than the american ALCADS system in the sense it isn't long range. Only two missiles are.
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    Post  Tsavo Lion on Sat Oct 12, 2019 10:58 pm

    The system includes more than just missiles.
    Maximum firing range 190 mi (300 km)
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/MGM-140_ATACMS

    SY-400 is a further development of SY-300, that can carry either two short-range ballistic missiles BP-12A with range of 400 km or twelve 300 mm PHL-03 rockets.
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Weishi_Rockets#SY-400

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    Post  Isos on Sat Oct 12, 2019 11:20 pm

    Tsavo Lion wrote:The system includes more than just missiles.
    Maximum firing range 190 mi (300 km)
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/MGM-140_ATACMS

    SY-400 is a further development of SY-300, that can carry either two short-range ballistic missiles BP-12A with range of 400 km or twelve 300 mm PHL-03 rockets.
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Weishi_Rockets#SY-400

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    That's an easy target for buk-m2, buk-m3, S-300pmu2 and s-300V/V4. I would bet that even tor could destroy them.

    Moreover attacking 400km away require good intel. Even then they would do very little damage because since the apparition of nuclear warheads the doctrine is to widespread the troops across the terrain so that they can't be targeted all togather.

    Moreover su-25 would be the king of the air over there since there is few airbases in those lost lands and with its an 124 russia will bring faster and more equipment giving them the opportunity to destroy chinese airfields before they are able to protect them. Su-25 would destroy any armoured division trying to come deeper than 100km inside russia. Su-57 would take out any chinese bomber with r-37 and any chinese jets with r-77M. Su-34 would take out supply lines.

    In terms of tanks, russians are ahead and their french thermals are a game changer against chinese.

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