St. Petersburg. June 29, 2017. The second day of the VIII International naval salon in St. Petersburg. In a picture: in working hours of the International naval salon.ZUMA Press/Global Look Press
Recruits seen at the outfit room before leaving for the army service from a Kazan conscription office.Maksim Bogodvid/Sputnik
Secondly, the headgear is large because the designer who won the contract to design the new military uniform back in 2008 decided to emphasize fashion over practicality.
Enjoy watching this other masterpiece by Russian troops
In the West, it’s called the Briton shirt, but in
Celebration of the Russian Airborne Forces Day in MoscowGlobal Look Press
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Russia’s Defence Ministry allows foreign citizens to join the country’s military if they have no criminal record and speak Russian well.
Now "foreign servicemen can participate in operations during martial law, as well as in armed conflicts, in accordance with [the] generally accepted principles of international law, international agreements, and Russian legislation," said a new order published on the Kremlin website.
You don’t need Russian citizenship to join the military and, like the French Foreign Legion, serving in the military guarantees a foreign candidate citizenship.
You can find all information on the Defense Ministry’s website for prospective candidates, as well as where you’ll find a recruitment office.
Russian S-400 TriumphReuters
Let’s be honest - it’s not.
The country boasts a number of military systems and some equipment that, without doubt,
But there are fields where Russian military and industrial complex need to work on. For example, the country’s Navy needs to upgrade or replace old ships.
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