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    Post  Vladimir79 on Wed Jul 22, 2009 7:39 am

    RDF Rules and Regulations

    1] No pornography
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    soldieroffortune wrote:

    Out of curiosity, as a Russian officer, - do you approve the idea of each serviceman buying his/her uniform for 20,000 rubles instead of the uniforms being issued by the Army as in the old days?  I wonder how is it possible - one trench coat by Yudashkin costs 12,000?

    I don't know what you are quoting, but it sure wasn't from that narod page you posted.  Care to show where you got that from?

    I also hope that your running this forum is not against the rules and regulations of the Russian Army and you won't get yourself into trouble.  I recall that in the old days if a serviceman wanted to publish an article or a book he had to ask his authorities for permission.

    FYI, Vladimir isn't in the military anymore.  Look at his profile.

    This will be updated as needed

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