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2001

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: 5- - . -60, -2 -1. , . The first days of the entry of the forces: the recon naissance battalion from the 5th MRD on the way south from Kushki via the Mir-Ali Pass. This was the first time reconnaissance subunits were provided with the BTR-60PB, BRDM-2, and BMP-1.

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: _________________________________________________________________ - ( ). 40, . The Tajbek Palace in Kabul served as the seat of the Afghan Government (seen in the background). After the introduction of Soviet Forces, it was changed over to become the head quarters for 40th Army, and here is where the recon naissance directorate was located.

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19.30 . "" "". . , , , , , "", , . , . 35 , 23 . . . 40- , . , , , . , , . On the way to Herat.

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177- . , " " . . The reconnaissance compa ny of the 177th MRR on the road in the Baglan Valley. 345- "" . . , , , , . Scouts from the 345th Independent Airborne Regiment move out on an operationa in the "Green Zone" near Bagram.

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: _________________________________________________________________ : , . . " 7 1981 " . 40- , . 200 . . , 70-80 . . . , , . ( ) , . , , , " " , . , , , , . 177 . , , , , , , . The reconnaissance com pany of the 177th MRR on the road to Tashkurgan in Samangar Province.

-, , , . , , . Beuji nomads, found in the southern provinces, were for the most part friendly, but due to their fierce war rior reputation they were never met when carrying weapons.

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_____________________________________________________________________________ , , , . , , ( 30% , 40- , ). , . , . 40- , 350- , . -80 - . -76. Paratroopers from the 350th Independent Parachute Regiment pro vided security for the Kabul airport.

108- -. -60 12, . Scouts from the 108th MRD in combat order near PuliHumri.

"" . - . A Ural burns near Bagram a fuel tanker.

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: _________________________________________________________________ . -0314/3/0655, 1980 ( , , ). -17, "", , " ". , . 40- , , . , , . , "", . , , . , , , , , , "" , 2 "" , -74, , - . 20- ( ), 7 0 0 2 0 0 . . Reconnaissance subunits used a number of special weapons, including the NR scout's knifre and the shooting NRS knife with two cartridges in the han dle, night and optical sights for the AK-74N, and silencers for automatic rifles and submachine guns.

-25 "" 40- 1985 . " ". -25 , , . The GP-25 "Koster" (Bonfire) under-barrel grenade launcher entered service with the 40th Army in 1985.

25 , -25 -"", , "". A special belt and pouches were provided for carrying the VOG-25 grenade rounds.

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____________________________________________________________________________ 4 0 0 , . 30- 225 200 . The under-barrel launcher was particularly effective at all ranges up to 400 meters, and one grenade if fired correctly could take out a number of different targets. The 30mm grenade had a weight of 225 grams and produced up to 200 fragments.

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. -18 " ", 2,60 . At the platoon and compa ny level, grenade launchers substituted for artillery. The RPG-18 "Mukha" (Fly) was particularly handy due to its light weight.

-74, , - . , - " " "" . , . The RPK and RPK-74 light machine guns only found limited use due to their insufficient firepower.

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: __________________________________________________________________ "", . , -18, , . -7. Thanks to its light weight, troops could take a number of "Mukha" launchers with them

18 , , , 50, 100, 150 200 . In order to use the RPG-18, it had to be extended.

682 ) 682- , 122-, 149- 395- , 101-, 371-, 373- , ( 1985 5 12- . ). 186-, 191- 860- . 40 24 101 . 781- 108- 25 1979 - , . 15.00 . 27 28 5- - . , 1980 373- 186- (70- 66- ), (24- , 234- , 285- ) . 40 38 . , . , , . , . 103- , , 80- . 350, 357 317 , 345 56 , 40 . - -

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_____________________________________________________________________________ -1. , "" , , - . 30- . The self-loading Dragunov SVD sniper's rifle with the PSO-1 sight.

, . - 2-3 "" "". Along with the Kalashnikov automatic rifle, the PK was the most widely deployed weapon.

, . - , , . - . The PK and PKM machine guns differed from each other in their flash suppres sors, fittings made of wood or plastic, and their ability to fit the NSPU night sight.

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: __________________________________________________________________ "" -. , 2000 -4. 4-6 10-15 . Firing the "Utes" machine gun from its tripod. This machine gun could be fitted with the SPP sniper's sight with illuminated scales, which supported firing at ranges of up to 2,000 meters, or the PPN-4 night sight.

HCBC-12,7 "" . - , . The NSVS-12.7 "Utes" (Rock) with the SPP sniper's sight. The strongpoint is formed from boxes used to carry ammunition, now filled with rocks and gravel.

, . - 2-3 "" "". Along with the Kalashnikov automatic rifle, the PK was the most widely deployed weapon.

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_____________________________________________________________________________ -74, , , . "" , , "", - , . A personal first aid pouch was attached to the stock of the AKS-74 with a rubber band, where it was always right at hand and when used with a rubber twist, could serve to stop the bleeding when wounded.

-74 , , . ( ) -85, () - . , , , , - 45- "" . The shortened AKS-74U found only limited use, as it was designed primarily for use by armored vehicle crewmen.

- " " . , , . Due to its strong recoil, the "Plamya" (Torch) really kicked when firing. In order to support the grenade launcher, its main braces had to be dug into the ground or someone had to sit on it, using their weight to hold it down.

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