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Army commander satisfied with Far East District's regiment raised on alert - assistant[edit]

KHABAROVSK. April 5 [2007] (Interfax-AVN) - A motorized rifle regiment of the Ussuriysk Army was raised on alert during the inspection by Army General Alexei Maslov, the commander of the Russian land forces, his PR aide, Colonel Igor Konashenkov, told Interfax-AVN on Thursday.

"The regiment is a permanent readiness unit, that shifted to all volunteer organization back in 2005. The commander inspected its readiness in all aspects of combat, operational and mobilization readiness," he said.

He noted that Maslov remained satisfied with the actions of the personnel raised on alert. "He attended the live firing of tanks, APCs, heavy artillery and small arms and praised the readiness of their operators," he said.

"Special importance was attached to the interoperability of forces at all levels," he added.

According to him, this is the second Far East District's unit, General Maslov has raised on alert during his inspecting tour.

He also said that all permanent readiness units of the land forces would be subjected to surprise inspections in 2007.

"First of all, these will be the units that have shifted to all volunteer manning. There are 60 such units now, and another 10 will adopt such a manning principle before this year-end, so that the total headcount of volunteers in land forces' service will exceed 100,000 personnel, which is in line with what is set forth in the dedicated federal program through 2007," he said.

He noted that ten units in the Far East Military District had already been manned with volunteers only, and two more motorized rifle regiments wold have adopted such a manning principle before end of 2007.

Will probably need to move this page also[edit]

The introductory sentence even says Far Eastern Military District. Ok? --mrg3105 (comms) If you're not taking any flak, you're not over the target. 09:53, 25 February 2008 (UTC)

Read the article immediately above. If it's good enough for the RGF, it's good enough for me. Incidentially Mrg, looking at your edits, there are large numbers of times you've said 'I'll create lots of Eastern Front stubs', or 'I'll work on EF strategic operations' or 'I'm working on a EF project', but your main efforts at the moment seems to go in requesting or advocating many page moves, and debating diacritics and use of the english language. Is there a reason you're concentrating on one rather than the other at the moment? Are there administrative guidelines you're rather focus on? It confuses me. Buckshot06 (talk) 10:40, 25 February 2008 (UTC)

Some changes?[edit]

It seems there have been some changes in this MD

According to Lensky (Армия Отечества: начало XXI века. Справочник Часть 2, 2007) the composition is

Дальневосточный военный округ

292-й Тихоокеанский ОУЦ - independent training centre (ex 292 division)
35-я общевойсковая Краснознаменная армия 35 Army
21 -я гв. Витебская тд 21 Gd. tank division
262-я Демидовско-Хинганская мед 262 mechanised division
176-я Свирско-Померанская омсбр 176 independent motor rifle brigade
270-я Демидовская мед 270 mechanised division
5-я общевойсковая Краснознаменная армия 5 Army
81-я гв. Красноградская мед 81 Gd. mechanised division
130-я пулеметно-артиллерийская дивизия 130 MG-arty division
127-я Рославльская пулад 127 MG-arty division
121-я Краснознаменная мед 121 mechanised division
17-я гв. Духовщинско-Хинганская мед 17 Gd. mechanised division
68-й армейский корпус 68 Corps
33-я мотострелковая дивизия 33 motor-rifle division
18-я пулеметно-артиллерийская дивизия 18 MG-arty division
Группировка войск и сил на Северо-Востоке России (ВМФ) Group of troops and forces in North-East of Russia
40-я Краснодарско-Харбинская омсбр 40 independent motor-rifle brigade
55-я дивизия морской пехоты Береговых войск Тихоокеанского флота 55 division of naval infantry of coastal troops of the Pacific Fleet
Would you mind providing the link Mrg? It's a bit hard to double-check without knowing where the information came from. Buckshot06 (talk) 06:26, 13 April 2008 (UTC)
I don't have the actual publication. This is the table of contents (for FEMD) from an online book seller (Russian site) so I quoted the full name of the publication. If I should come across the scanned version, I will let you know.--mrg3105 (comms) ♠♣ 06:37, 13 April 2008 (UTC)

Transition to brigades[edit]

'Общевойсковые бригады (нового облика) ДВО 5 А - 57 омсбр (быв. 81 мсд), 59 омсбр (127 мсд), 60 омсбр (218 тп 127 мсд), БХиРВТ (121 мсд), БХиРВТ (130 пулад)

35 А - 38 омсбр (часть сил 21 мсд), 64 омсбр (882 мсп 270 мсд), 69 отд. бригада прикрытия (128 пулад), БХиРВТ (часть сил 21 мсд), БХиРВТ (57 пулап 21 мсд), БХиРВТ (270 мсд)

ОП - 18 пулад, 39 омсбр (33 мсд), 83 одшбр, БХиРВТ (части формирователя нет), БХиРВТ (части формирователя нет)

Еще есть 70 омсбр (не понятно откуда взялась)??? Но полностью пропала 129 пулад (Барабаш) - может это одно и тоже???' Source:, accessed Apr 28, 2009 Buckshot06(prof) 20:53, 28 April 2009 (UTC)