FLASHPOINT RUSSIA. Russia's Air Power: Capabilites and Structure.

Russian military aviation has undergone several upheavals in the post-Soviet era. There have been two driving forces behind these changes. First, the Russian experience of air power in conflicts has led to an increasing integration of the various branches of the armed forces. Today’s VKS was created as a result of the absorption of the Air Defence Troops (VPVO) by the Air Force (VVS) in 1998, and then a merger of the Air Force with the Aerospace Defence Troops (VVKO) in 2015.

FLASHPOINT RUSSIA. Russia's Air Power: Capabilites and Structure.

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Kind
Book
Author
Piotr Butowski
Language
English
Pages
144
Cover
Soft
Collection
HARPIA Military Aviation in the World
Delivery
Frequently available
Año
2019

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