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Chinese military spendings[edit]

Hello you can't use the estimates from that source U.S. Department of Defense, only the US figures are for the year 2009 All other figures are projections based on 2006. and we can't use estimates but real official figures for the different countries and the official figures for China is 58,8 billion US dollars in 2008. —Preceding unsigned comment added by 62.243.176.218 (talk) 17:41, 14 October 2008 (UTC)

We will figure it out...its really confusing, because every country has different official and real spending. The problem with China is, that theres huge difference between those two statements. --Novis-M (talk) 22:47, 14 October 2008 (UTC)

you can't say the figures are false, thats not serious and if the chinese say that the budget is 58,8 billion then thats the figures, don't you think that the US or Russia or the UK has a bigger military spending then the official of course, but lets stik to the official figures.

You can not accuse China for telling lies. —Preceding unsigned comment added by 83.88.130.252 (talk) 19:22, 14 October 2008 (UTC)

What? are you kidding? who is talking about lies? You don't even know how it works. Some countries, like Italy or France have their official budget higher than it really is, because they also count some types of police forces. China, same as russia, has lot of its military spending under different names, so REAL Chinesse budget is about 120 bilion USD. Clear? It is also possible that China is telling lies, it is still communist country. --Novis-M (talk) 20:26, 14 October 2008 (UTC)

it is still communist country??? whats that?? are you kidding?? and about france and italy you don't even know what it police forces it is, and you can not say that China is telling lies stick to the official figures anything else is your fantasy figures —Preceding unsigned comment added by 83.88.130.252 (talk) 23:31, 14 October 2008 (UTC)

it is for example Gendarmerie or Carabinieri...they are telling lies, and it also has lot of its military budget under the depratment of education, welfare, etc. (http://www.nytimes.com/2008/03/05/world/asia/05china.html?ref=world) Yep, china is still communist (word authoritarian fits better) country with mixed economy. --Novis-M (talk) 23:58, 14 October 2008 (UTC)
Hope you don't mind me butting in, but I must say with Novis, China is still very communist. Chinese Communism is somewhat different than Soviet Communism.Prussian725 (talk) 20:49, 1 November 2008 (UTC)

Chester, Warren County, New York[edit]

Chester, Warren County, New York - This article has been heavily edited since I worked on it. Many of my additions have been changed or even dropped. There is not a lot of material on line, my main source, because not many people live in this area, but I recall that I had some historic material and had a town web page too that was not very helpful. I drove past the area a few times going to Lake George, but did not stop, as I should have. Sorry I can't help more, Stepp-Wulf (talk) 02:07, 22 March 2008 (UTC).

In Ohio, we have townships; they're somewhat similar, and we have both CDPs and other unincorporated communities; there's no practical difference between Ohio unincorporated communities and New York hamlets. Nyttend (talk) 17:45, 8 April 2008 (UTC)
Like Glens Falls North and West Glens Falls, W. is a CDP, so I think it should be placed with them. Nyttend (talk) 18:10, 8 April 2008 (UTC)
But a CDP is a subset of hamlets: perhaps we could say "Other hamlets" for the bottom line? Nyttend (talk) 14:07, 9 April 2008 (UTC)

My point in having "Other hamlets" is to clarify the distinction between unincorporated areas that are CDPs and unincorporated areas that aren't: if we didn't have any CDPs in the county, I wouldn't support including "other" in the line title — see {{Sullivan County, New York}} for an example. Something similar is done in some other counties nationwide; see {{Raleigh County, West Virginia}} for an example. Nyttend (talk) 18:56, 26 August 2008 (UTC)

Your recent edits[edit]

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RE: Hi[edit]

Sure, what would you like help with?--Lucky Mitch (talk) 03:03, 9 May 2008 (UTC)

No problem[edit]

I know what you mean. It's kinda hard to debate this when just about everyone you talk to has a preconceived notion about the US that they will not let go. By the way, what is your native language? You seem to speak much better English than other people I've talked to.Prussian725 (talk) 17:24, 2 October 2008 (UTC)

Glad you like it here. I am from Texas, a little more south than New York! I once met a girl from the Czech Republic. She was pretty nice and I can see you are to. It's nice to meet a friendly foreigner.Prussian725 (talk) 23:13, 2 October 2008 (UTC)
Sorry, I had a quick question I wanted to ask. You probably remember when the Communists ruled "Czekoslovakia" right? Do you think I'm wrong, but it seems like a lot of the Europeans (and Americans) I talk to on Wikipedia have forgotten why we fought socialism for so long. What do you think? Is it just the British people that I'm talking to?Prussian725 (talk) 23:19, 2 October 2008 (UTC)
Wow, I was born in 91 too. I actually was born in Alaska, when my dad was a rescue helicopter pilot for the Coast Guard. That's great that you like it here. I think we Americans often do not know what we have until someone from another country comes and tells us what it's like without freedom. It's also good to hear you believe in God. Are you a Christian? If so, what denomination, Lutheran, Catholic...? I'm glad to find someone who shares my views on Communism and Socialism. I'm so tired of talking to people who think it's the greatest thing in the world. Talk later.Prussian725 (talk) 16:00, 3 October 2008 (UTC)
I think China. I am by no means saying that Russia is no longer a threat, I don't think that the Bolsheviks or Soviets went anywhere after the fall of the U.S.S.R., but I think that they have some problems to work out right now before they start anything against us. (maybe I am wrong in thinking so?) The reason I say China is because I think they are willing to wait for ungodly amounts of time until the perfect time to strike. You probably know that China is Communists, with that being said, the Chinese shipping companies are operating all over the U.S. (Kosco, Hanjin, China Shipping...), and the Chinese are helping to build deepwater ports on the West Coast and the East Coast of Mexico, and not to mention the building of a trans-national highway that runs from Canada to Mexico right through the center of the USA. I think they will hit us like the Japanese did at Pearl Harbor. Another reason I think china is more dangerous is the fact that we rely upon them so much. A while ago, my parents went to Florida and visited Roy Boehm, the very first Navy SEAL, (SEALs are the very best special forces group in the US military, have you heard of them?), anyway, there was a lot of things he could not tell my parents about, but he did tell them to never trust the Chinese. I kind of stick to that a little.Prussian725 (talk) 21:42, 19 October 2008 (UTC)

As far as I know he didn't give any specifics, what information he knew wasa probably classified or something. About us doing something, well it would be nice to just bomb them to death!!! But we can't really just go in and attack them for no apparent reason, we still get a lot of stuff from them unfortunately. I think that, while much more discrete, our stance against China is sort of like the Cold War, where we are just waiting for the other side to strike first. Besides, I think attacking them outright would be like stirring up an anthill (you know what ants are?). I think also that the rest of the international community is to "peace-loving" and would probably make us out to be the evil "American Empire" again. It happens every time we go into another country to wage war everyone says we are the bad guys and we are being mean and bullying people, but when the our "friends" are in a tight spot, we suddenly become the greatest people on Earth. By the way, I know you can't vote because you are not a US citizen, but who do you think would be a better president: McCain or Obama?Prussian725 (talk) 20:47, 1 November 2008 (UTC)

Yeah, hehe, I'm a Republican. I actually prefer to be called a "Reagan" Republican after Ronald Reagan, one of our presidents and a very adamant enemy of Communism. I must say that my political standpoint is largely influenced by my religion and the basic principal of doing what is right, no matter the cost. I recently read something my dad gave me which was pretty neat...and scary! If you want, I can email it to you. It is a report to Congress from 1963 on the 45 goals of Bolshevik Communism. I find it somewhat frightening how many of them are the same as Obama's policies, and about how many we already accept. About China, I think that they will wait for a very long time before they hit us. I just get so sick of people who hate America and act like we never did anything to help them. I wonder if they have already forgotten about World War 1 and World war 2??? haha.Prussian725 (talk) 22:10, 1 November 2008 (UTC)
Happy to help! I have two older brothers, one in the Army and the other in the MarineCorps. The one in the Army is in Iraq right now. Believe me, they really appreciate support and thanks. I'll send the email on over. I once met a girl from Czech Republic a while ago when I ws twelve. It was at my Boy Scout Summer Camp. I think she was 18 at the time. I know it's a wild guess, but do you know a girl by the name of Monica Palankyova?Prussian725 (talk) 01:14, 2 November 2008 (UTC)

response to your camoflauge question[edit]

This is in response to the question you posed me regarding MARPAT and Universal Camouflage Pattern: depends. First, I'm assuming you are talking about the camoflauge pattern and not the uniform itself. Second, there are two different thought processes behind the patterns. The Marines went for a more cryptic or mimic approach, while the Army's pattern is disruptive in nature. Either approach works better and worse in different scenarios. The "one pattern fits all" has some advantages (logistics, production, cost, administratively), but it remains to be seen that it provides effective concealment in many environments ("universal" indeed).

Now, if you were asking about the uniform itself, I'd have to say Marine Corps Combat Utility Uniform hands down; I've heard that the Army Combat Uniform is for less durable. The latter does have some nice features (like the Mandarin collar and all those pockets), they would make the wear of the uniform in garrison somewhat impractical. Marines tend to take a more Spartan approach to life than the Army.

Hope that answers your question. By the way, happy Thanksgiving. bahamut0013 03:06, 27 November 2008 (UTC)

When my unit was headed to Iraq, we had a verrrrrrry long layover in Prague. We spent the night in a terminal at Ruzyně International Airport while the plane was being refueled and repaired. It was such a miserable experience (very crowded and not comfortable at all) that I can't very well forget it nor discount it as a "visit". bahamut0013 22:11, 30 November 2008 (UTC)
Someday, when I have more money and have retured, I will tour Europe, and re-visit Prague under better terms. I'm glad you are enjoying upstate NY... has it snowed yet? I grew up in the Mohawk Valley region, and had some bitter winters... though the last few I had before I left were fairly mild. Be sure to visit the museams in Albany and learn about the Iroquois people. bahamut0013 22:20, 30 November 2008 (UTC)

Afghanistan Combatants[edit]

Hi Novis-M:

Thanks for your note on my talk page. I responded there to keep our comments together.

Best wishes, Wanderer57 (talk) 22:37, 5 December 2008 (UTC)

Training question[edit]

In response to your question: It depends. United States Marine Corps Recruit Training emphasises very little actual infantry skills, so what little combat training occurs there, most of it is with unloaded weapons and a bit of imagination. The United States Marine Corps School of Infantry fills in that gap, but the last I heard, they still use blank amunition for drills and live ammunition only on a shooting range. Once a Marine arrives at his or her unit, what kind of training he/she recieves there depends on what kind of unit it is, where the unit will be deploying to, and what kind of training is available (location and funding). Many infantry battalions will recieve funds for Simunitions, and will use it. I've never used them myself, not being an infantryman. My pre-deployment training (in 2004) focused mainly on convoy operations, because that was our mission: convoy escorting. Most of the combat training I've recieved since then has been sustainment of skills already learned. bahamut0013 21:12, 17 December 2008 (UTC)

MARPAT swatches[edit]

Sorry for the delay in responding to you. I thought the origional MARPAT swatches were better because they are larger images (yours were 150 pixels square, the others are almost 500 pixels), yours are also shrunk (as if they were "zoomed out"), yours do not display the embedded Eagle, Globe, and Anchor, and your desert swatch was an obsolete version with grey in it. For what they were, they were high-quality images; but they didn't illustrate the pattern as well as the others. bahamut0013wordsdeeds 16:25, 10 January 2009 (UTC)

The latest question[edit]

Probably your best resource is List of United States Marine Corps individual equipment. Improved Load Bearing Equipment is the most common issued load bearing equipment, and by now, just about every unit in the Corps has replaced thier MOLLE inventories with ILBE. A few also still have some ALICE components floating about. There are no restrictions on using personally bought commercial products (such as vests, pouches, holsters, etc.), except on body armor and helmets: Marines must wear the protection provided unles they get prior permission. The average Marine would probably use a mix of mostly ILBE, with a smattering of MOLLE and some commercial products. For example, I have some commercial mag pouches that I bought that I like better than the issue ones, so I strap them to my OTV. I also have a commercial backpack that I like better.

Now, even within the different systems, there are a multitude of different systems. For example, the current LBV is pretty close to identical to the old MOLLE LBV, except that its brown instead of green and has a zipper in addition to a plastic buckle. They are constantly trying out and issuing new items and replacing old ones, not to mention that not all units will get them uniformly. Additionally, while some units will mandate each Marine carries certain items (such as the first aid kit), others leave it to the individual's discretion. As a result, you'll see a wide variation of what an individual Marine wears from person to person, unit to unit. bahamut0013wordsdeeds 05:12, 29 January 2009 (UTC)

The LBV is part of the ILBE system, which encompasses all of the load bearing equipment, including the pack, vest, puches, etc. Most Marines forgo using the LBV in combat because they can attach thier accessories right to thier body armor, but the LBV is still issued for those times when body armor isn't necessary (usually training, sentry duty, stuff like that). Personally, I left mine home and dont expect to see it until I turn it back in. bahamut0013wordsdeeds 17:51, 29 January 2009 (UTC)
Correct on both accounts. bahamut0013wordsdeeds 04:35, 30 January 2009 (UTC)

War on Terrorism Protection[edit]

Yo Novis, I've requested that an administrator helps properly protect the WOT page - like you, I don't understand why the protection isn't working right. Maybe, it is only 'move protected' at the moment...? Bounce78 (talk) 01:51, 30 January 2009 (UTC)

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:Requests_for_page_protection#Current_requests_for_protection


The WOT page is now semi-protected for a month, see below. A new user who clicks to 'edit' now sees a 'view source' option - they can't edit until they are properly registered. This will cut down on some of the vandalism. Bounce78 (talk) 05:36, 30 January 2009 (UTC)

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:Requests_for_page_protection#War_on_Terrorism_.28edit.7Ctalk.7Chistory.7Clinks.7Cwatch.7Clogs.29

Images[edit]

The reason I've cut back the images on the USMC article is to keep it from becoming cluttered. The Manual of Style notes that adding an image simply because you can is discouraged. Having an excess of images detracts the reader's attention from the text, and should only be used to illustrate something very relevant and directly tied into the text. The USMC article consists mainly of summaries of other articles, so we must be judicious in what images we choose to use: one per section and it must be a good summary of what the main article offers. United States Marine Corps is also a Featured Article and a high-importance topic, so we must be careful to keep it withing policy, guidelines, and maintain it as a professional encylopedia article. bahamut0013wordsdeeds 10:17, 8 February 2009 (UTC)
P.S. other images in the article show Marines wearing the MCCUU, so having that image duplicated is unnecessary.

Terrorists[edit]

Please see Wikipedia:Words to avoid. If you describe the military of the United States as terrorist because they blow up buildings and kill civilians, you will annoy a lot of people! Lapsed Pacifist (talk) 17:19, 10 February 2009 (UTC)

MARSOC[edit]

You'd probably want to enlist User:RekonDog, he's a more knowledgable subject matter expert than I in that area. I know virtually nothing about Recon or the Special Forces guys compared to what I know about conventional units. bahamut0013wordsdeeds 05:07, 7 March 2009 (UTC)

Greetings![edit]

I was born in 91, two years after 1989 revolution in Czechoslovakia, but I know really everything about that time...communism and socialism are the worst things on this planet. Thanks to God that both major American parties are "normal", with different views only on social issues. Communists in Czechoslovakia started with killing and arresting all the rich people (my great-grand father include), and then real hell started. You had limited space for living, if your room was too big, you had to build wall in the middle of it. There was no free market, so you couldn't buy anything! You had to stay long lines for food, everybody received same ammounts of food. If you wanted something special, like jeans or oranges, you had to wait in a line for hours in special days. Lot of historical towns were destroyed by their cheap concrete buildings. All the money were sent to Soviet Union instead of spending on education or something, or building and cleaning the cities. No freedom of speech. Only horrible 50 years of going back to middle ages. Unfortunately, lot of people there still vote for communists, and for their allies, called Social Democrats which are sorta same. Their ideas is to have everything ruled by governenment, stealing from the rich people and giving it to unemployment and criminals. I'm proud to be Czech, but I love America and I'm glad I can be here for whole year,. And then, maybe, sometime, for longer time (college, work, etc). We'll see :) --Novis-M (talk) 23:30, 2 October 2008 (UTC)

First off, Welcome to America, and I'm glad to hear you're enjoying your visit. Your short story is quite compelling; I hope that you are able to come back to America after your exchange is over. However, when you do go home, don't forget to tell 'em not only what you saw here, but also the long lines and small rooms you didn't see :^D Fightin' Phillie (talk) 19:48, 11 March 2009 (UTC)

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Great Power[edit]

Hey. I just undid your edit for Great power. While I agree a section is needed for the time before WWII, please use a reliable non OR/SYN source for the countries of that time. Once you have one, go ahead and add it. Also, I doubt that China was a great power during 1939 especially since they were invaded by Japan and controlled by Japan. Deavenger (talk) 03:21, 10 April 2009 (UTC)

Thanks for your help on the Great Power page. Deavenger (talk) 03:46, 10 April 2009 (UTC)
Hey. I looked over the source, however, it does not seem to be a reliable source, but a blog instead, which aren't allowed in Wikipedia. There's one small problem. The source states Japan as a rising great power, not a rising superpower. There is a great difference between great power and superpower. So you could add the source to the Great Power page, but Japan is already stated as a great power. Deavenger (talk) 04:03, 10 April 2009 (UTC)
Could you check out the discussion page before making any further edits to the article please? Thanks. David (talk) 22:06, 10 April 2009 (UTC)

Republican Party[edit]

Rather than telling me to reread your version more, perhaps you should actually study and get to know the Republican Party's history. Soxwon (talk) 02:18, 2 June 2009 (UTC)

My apologies, there have been many bullshit changes to the ideology and I assumed you were making another one. Soxwon (talk) 02:27, 2 June 2009 (UTC)

PRC gov type[edit]

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China discussion[edit]

You had asked me to explain more concerning real property on the PRC Talk page, but rather than make that page a forum, it's probably better that we talk here. I worked in China for 6 years and still "own" some property over there, so that's how I know about the laws regarding ownership. If you have any questions, I'll do my best to answer them.LedRush (talk) 14:26, 17 March 2010 (UTC)

Yeah, sure, it will be definitely better here. Well I wasn't asking only for property, but about the whole let's say "lifestyle" of the country, how everything goes and works, if you can really feel the old imperial-style China and its great culture and traditions, and what do you think about the country and its future, etc etc. Thanks a lot for your time. --Novis-M (talk) 18:49, 17 March 2010 (UTC)
I loved China and I loved being there. I spent most of my time in Shanghai, which doesn't really have much of a history. For that reason, I don't think I really experienced too much of an "imperial" culture. Also, the gov't did a lot to stamp out a lot of the traditions, history and culture which were unique to China. If you want a more traditional view of China, Beijing is the place to be. You can see the history in the streets and the museums, and it's a wonderful place to visit.
I feel very optimistic about China's future, both economically and politically. I can sometimes be frustrated with the level of self-denial and navel-gazing which occurs there, but in the end, I still consider Shanghai to be my second home. I still "own" property there and go back at least once a year. I strongly recommend you go there and visit it for yourself. China is so big and different, that everyone comes away with their own view of what it is.LedRush (talk) 19:24, 17 March 2010 (UTC)

Hello, Novis-M. What part of the discussion in China's Talk page did you referred in the message you left on my personall page, on March? I'd be pleased to help to give a little bit of order and coherence to discussion.DeepQuasar (talk) 21:46, 18 June 2010 (UTC)

Back from sleep and errands[edit]

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US SOCOM UNITS[edit]

Do not undo my edits they are factual and cited, if you and anyone else changes this anymore ill have you reported. im tired of going back and forth with this. —Preceding unsigned comment added by Spencer1157 (talkcontribs) 21:09, 30 October 2010 (UTC)

Some More units[edit]

Hey Novis-M, my apologies for the hostility, you were right my friend, Iv'e been with wiki for awhile, i just get carried away sometimes. Anyway I just wanted to run this by you, I was thiniking about the US Coast Guard Deployable Operations Group On the US SOCOM Forces page, I was trying to find something that says they are a definitive SOF, maybe you could help?? Spencer1157 spencer1157 (talk) 16:20, 31 October 2010 (UTC)

That link was the best i've ever seen for US Special Ops, thankyou Novis-M spencer1157 (talk) 18:10, 31 October 2010 (UTC)

Sorry to bother again[edit]

I was looking at the peoples republic of china talk page to find out if we could change the government type, and i was attacked by these Chinese users about how i don't know what im talking about. at any rate I found some comments of yours in Archive 9 about the name change, did you get anywhere? and what are your thoughts? spencer1157 (talk) 18:45, 31 October 2010 (UTC)

Ya I just saw it, looks good, good explanation, i tried earlier but i got carried away again so I exited myself. ==spencer1157 (talk) 10:28, 1 November 2010 (UTC)

I agree 100%, email away. ==spencer1157 (talk) 10:31, 1 November 2010 (UTC)

Disambiguation pages[edit]

The Manual of style for disambiguation pages states, "Each entry should have exactly one navigable (blue) link to efficiently guide readers to the most relevant article for that use of the ambiguous term. Do not wikilink any other words in the line." That is why I just reverted your linking of Royal Navy on the HMS disambiguation page. -- Donald Albury 21:07, 12 February 2011 (UTC)

Sad news[edit]

Novis-M, I don't know if you are still active or if you have been told but, User:Bahamut0013 with whom you have interacted in the past is no longer with us. He passed away September 16, I would like for you to know that I left a message to this regard on his page: User talk:Bahamut0013. Tony the Marine (talk) 00:43, 21 September 2011 (UTC)

Krav Maga[edit]

Hey Novis-M. You said "It is normal to list 'in popular culture' sections about every martial art and similar things" which might be true but that doesn't mean the practice is in line with Wikipedia guidelines. From WP:TRIVIA "Avoid creating lists of miscellaneous information" and "Trivia sections should be avoided". That a character from a TV show uses Krav Maga does not help the reader understand what Krav Maga is, it's just a point of trivia. Off the top of my head I can think of three other TV shows that have mentioned the use of Krav Maga and I'm sure there are literally hundreds of more such examples out there which while maybe interesting to some people do not help us understand what Krav Maga is. Now, if someone has written a book or paper on the use of Krav Maga in TV shows and the significance of that, then that might be worth including in the article because it aids in our understanding of the subject of Krav Maga. But creating a list of when Krav Maga was used in TV shows, films, or games, etc., does not help the reader to understand Krav Maga's relationship to popular culture. For an example of how this kind of information can be properly integrated (if at all) read the Influences on culture section from The Simpsons article. It doesn't just list trivial information it places all of it in a context which is then supported by reliable sources. SQGibbon (talk) 23:00, 29 November 2011 (UTC)

Here's the thing, it's not really about what you and I think should be in Wikipedia, it's what the community has agreed should be in Wikipedia. And in the case of trivia, the community at large has agreed that it should not be part of the project. If you think trivia sections would benefit the project then you can bring it up with the community at large and try to get it changed — consensus is always changing on something. Another thing to note is that other editors might come along and notice the section and will tag/delete it as well. It's going to be an ongoing issue and given the community view on the subject the section is going to be deleted eventually regardless of what you and I might think about it. SQGibbon (talk) 00:03, 30 November 2011 (UTC)

junior middleweight page[edit]

Interim champions aren't included because all an interim title means is that you're the mandatory for the fighter with the actual title. If Koceny fights and beats Baysangurov or if Baysangurov for whatever reason gets stripped or vacates the title, THEN Koceny will be listed alongside the other titlists at 154 pounds but until that happens, he's not an actual world champ. — Preceding unsigned comment added by 71.235.111.193 (talk) 13:06, 24 May 2012 (UTC)

Okay. --Novis-M (talk) 12:15, 27 May 2012 (UTC)

Minor edits[edit]

I noticed you added some information about game mods on The Lord of the Rings page which added information to the article. In your edit summary I noticed you had marked this edit as M (minor). Your contributions list shows that a majority of your edits are marked as minor while actually changing article content. Minor edits are those that do not change the information in the article, such as spelling or punctuation errors. Edits that change content are regarded as Major edits. Please review Wikipedia's rules regarding the use of the minor edit mark so as to not make this mistake again. Thanks. Akuvar (talk) 23:04, 14 August 2012 (UTC)

Hells Bells[edit]

Your edit of Hells Bells (song) that added reference to Vitali Klitschko seems trivial and fails WP:IPC. I have removed it. Feel free to discuss on the article's talk page if you believe there is significance regarding this reference.—Bagumba (talk) 22:26, 27 November 2012 (UTC)

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Czech help needed[edit]

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List of equipment of the Russian Ground Forces[edit]

The information about reserves was displayed on two places,I deleted only one place.Sry for bad English xDD — Preceding unsigned comment added by RussianBear158 (talkcontribs) 18:05, 12 January 2014 (UTC)

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