TRADOC: ATP 7-100.1 Russian Tactics The ATP 7-100.1 describes Russian tactics for use in Army training, professional education, and leader development. It is part of the ATP 7-100 series that addresses a nation-state’s military doctrine with a focus on army ground forces and tactical operations in offense, defense, and related mission sets. Click here

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Signature of Equipment Series: Russia CAC Required Table 1. Russian Air Defense systems Table 1.2. Russian Counter-battery Radars Table 1.3. Russian Early Warning Radars Table 1.4. Russian Ground Surveillance Radars  

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by WO2 Blair Battersby, UK LNO to TRADOC G-2 Observations from the Russia-Ukraine War provide insight into Russia’s remedies to address critical gaps in its kill chain, providing the U.S Army with the opportunity to prepare for an optimized adversary during today’s training events. Russia has struggled to deliver dynamic, precision fires with the efficiency…

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Dr. Lester Grau and Dr. Charles Bartles discuss the airborne mechanized raid from the Russian military perspective. Published in the Winter 2023-2024 edition of Infantry. Click here for the PDF of the entire Infantry issue, or click here to download the PDF of the single article.

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What instruments does Russia use to attempt to gain military influence abroad? These reports use FMSO’s M-DIME Research Project framework to assess the extent to which Russia has leveraged twelve tools of national power between 2013 and 2023 to gain military influence abroad. In doing so, they assess Russia’s current overall military influence abroad, as…

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by WO2 Blair Battersby, UK LNO to TRADOC G-2 and Dorsel Boyer, TRADOC G-2 Analyst Russia’s approach to war in its so-called “Special Military Operation” in Ukraine has evolved over the past 21 months, suggesting ways in which U.S. Army OPFOR training can evolve to match. Russian forces have faced several organizational and doctrinal limitations…

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“Instruments of Russian Military Influence in Iran” (by Lucas Winter, Jason Warner, and Jemima Baar) assesses that Russia’s current military influence in Iran is high, and is expected to increase over the next three years. Some of the primary instruments that Russia uses to gain influence in Iran are: cooperation in military intel/communications; shared informal/multilateral…

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The Cyber Center of Excellence develops Minute Reports providing overviews of a number of topics: “CAC Required” 10/02/2023 Infographic on Russian Army Groups, which are organized for strategic and operational purposes, allowing for coordinated military actions over a broader front or in specific theaters of operation. (U)_231002_Russian_Army_Groups.pdf 09/25/2023 Russian Denial and Deception (U)_230925_Russian_Denial and Deception.pptx…

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