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September 06, 2009



Do ya think they were plannin' this:

"The objective of Deep Operations was to attack the enemy simultaneously throughout the depth of his ground force to induce a catastrophic failure in his defensive system. Highly mobile formations would then exploit this failure by breaking into the deep rear of the enemy and destroying his ability to rebuild his defenses."

A useful synthesis can indeed be created from both older and newer concepts. Well, at least for "conventional war".


I think this is more of a strategic than operational question--no one is really talking about the role that China and Russia would play in the event of NK collapse or a shooting war.

K&N Cold Air Intake

If they put intake son all the vehicles it would save a ton of money on fuel and add more speed for their safety


Interesting! Most analyses of the Sino-Russian strategic partnership focus either on Russian arms sales to China or on the joint military exercises conducted by Moscow and Beijing under the auspices of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO), which limits the scope of the analytical framework to a consideration of Central Asian scenarios.

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