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Russia’s first Mistral-class ship stern launched Putin and Russian Army Russian Navy strategic submarine nuclear forces

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June 28, 2013. June 26,2013.St.Petersburg,Russia.Pictured:The stern portion of the first Russian Mistral-class helicopter carrier has been launched in St. Petersburg and will sail to France, where its body is to be assembled. It is due to be completed in October.

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March 18, 2013. March 14,2013. Moscow,Russia. Pictured: Portrait of President Putin (back) and Russian Army soldiers.

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February 11, 2013. February 06,2013. Gadzhiyevo,Murmansk oblast of Russia.Pictured: the crew of K-51 Verkhoturie nuclear submarine (Delta IV - as for NATO classification)based in in Gadzhiyevo base(Yagelnaya Bay, Sayda Inlet)of Northern Fleet of Russia.
The Aerospace Defence Forces of Russia Russia wants to revive its missile trains by 2020 Russia`s 201st Motorized Rifle Division based in Tajikistan

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February 05, 2013. The Aerospace Defence Forces of Russia. The Aerospace Defence Forces of Russia is the branch of the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation responsible for air and missile defence, and the operation of Russian military satellites and the Plesetsk Cosmodrome. The task of Russian Air/Missile Defense Forces is to cover Russian territory from attacks from the air and from (outer)space. Pictured: January 29,2013. Rzhev,Tver region of Russia. Officer on duty fixing the points on a special map in the bunker of 6th Missile Defence Brigade based in Rzhev.

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January 31, 2013. Kastromskaya oblast of Russia.The Military Railroad Missile Complex. According to official information from the Ministry of Defense of Russia, military railroad missile complexes are currently under development and will appear in Russia by 2020. “Russia’s political leadership has made the decision to start the development of a military railroad missile complex for the Strategic Missile Forces of Russia, as a response to the threat the European Missile Defense System will present between 2018 and 2020,” said Igor Korotchenko, editor-in-chief of the Natsionalnaya Oborona magazine and director of the Center for Analysis of World Arms Trade (CAWAT). The Military Railroad Missile Complex (Boyevoy Zheleznyy Raketnyy Kompleks BZhRK) consists of three launch cars [each with a single missile], a command and control car, cars for personnel, and several diesel locomotives. The rail-mobile version could operate on any Soviet rail line that was unobstructed by overhead electrical power lines, a total of 145,000 km of track. Pictured: the Military Railroad Missile Complex based in Kastroma oblast of Russia.

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January 29, 2013. Russia`s 201st Motorized Rifle Division based in Dushanbe, Tajikistan. Pictured: combat training of the 201st Division`s mortar unit.
Russian Arctic military borderguard base in Franz Joseph Land Winter military exercise of Russian Army Iran Demands $4 Billion From Russia Over Canceled Missile Deal

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January 23, 2013. Franz Josef Land (also Franz Joseph Land or Francis Joseph`s Land). Franz Josef Land is an archipelago located in the far north of Russia. It is found in the Arctic Ocean north of Novaya Zemlya and east of Svalbard, and is administered by Arkhangelsk Oblast of Russia. Pictured: Russian soldiers of `Nagursdkaya` Russian Arctic military borderguard base in Franz Joseph Land. Alexandra Island, one of 191 ice-covered islands of Franz Joseph Land.

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December 03, 2012. November 02,2012.Moscow region,Russia.Pictured: Winter military exercise of Russian Army. Soldiers testing new combat equipment and uniform for winter.

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July 06, 2012. Iran demands 4 Billions US Dollars from Russia for not delivering S-300 air defence missile system. The S-300 is an advanced mobile missile system which can shoot down aircraft and cruise missiles from up to 150 km away.Iran inked a deal with Russia to purchase the S-300 weaponry systems in 2007, however Russia delayed the missiles` delivery as the United States and Israel have strongly opposed the sale of the missile to Iran. Pictured: Ashuluk training range of Russian Armed Forces in Astrakhan region. Combat training for S-300 air defence missile systems. Missile launch.
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