Russian Security and Air Power, 1992-2002 (häftad)
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Engelska
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2006-04-01
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Routledge
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Russian Security and Air Power, 1992-2002 (häftad)

Russian Security and Air Power, 1992-2002

Häftad Engelska, 2006-04-01
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First published in 2006. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
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Preface Table of contents List of maps, figures & tables Maps Figures Tables Russian Summary Explanatory lists Acronyms Designation of Ranks of General Officers Levels of Strategy, Designation and Strength of Russian Military Formations Introduction: Value of this Research; National Security Policy; Russian Security Policy; Research Set-Up Notes 1. Structure of Security Policy 1.1 Introduction 1.2 Organs of National Security 1.2.1 The President and his Staff 1.2.2 Security Council 1.2.3 Ministry of Defence and General Staff 1.2.4 Ministry of Foreign Affairs 1.2.5 Council on Foreign and Defence Policy 1.3 Persons Involved in National Security 1.4 Military Power 1.4.1 Build-up of RF Armed Forces 1.4.2 Build-up of Other Troops of the Power Ministries 1.5 Influence of Actors on Security Policy 1.5.1 Weight on Security Documents 1.5.2 Weight on decision-taking 2. Implementation of Security Policy 2.1 Introduction 2.2 Russian Military Conceptual Thought 2.3 National Security Concept 2.3.1 Chronological Development of the National Security Concept 2.3.2 Development of the Contents of the National Security Concept 2.4 Foreign Policy 2.4.1 Development of the Foreign Policy Concept 2.5 Military Doctrine 2.5.1 Russian Military Doctrine: Definition and categories 2.5.2 Chronological Development of RF Military Doctrine 2.5.3 Development of the Contents of RF Military Doctrine 2.5.4 Sub-conclusions 2.6 Putin's Security Policy: A comparison of the 2000 issues of the National Security Concept, Military Doctrine, and Foreign Policy Concept 2.6.1 Russia in the World Community: Destabilizing factors 2.6.2 Russia's National Interests 2.6.3 Threats to Russia's Security 2.6.4 Ensuring Russia's Security 2.7 Conclusions: Consistency of RF Security 3. Structure of Airpower 3.1 Introduction 3.1.1 Genesis and Development of Soviet-Russian Airpower 3.2 Organization of the VVS 3.2.1 FA - Tactical Air Force Error 3.2.2 DA - Strategic Bomber Force 3.2.3 VTA - Transport Force 3.2.4 VPVO -Air Defence Forces 3.2.5 ASV - Rotary Wing Force 3.3 Combat Readiness 3.4 Reforms and Reorganizations 3.5 Thoughts on the Use of Airpower 3.5.1 Command and Control, Air-to-Ground Operations and Air Superiority 3.5.2 Soviet, Russian and Western Experiences in Using Airpower 3.5.3 Implementation of Lessons Learned 4. Implementation of Airpower: War around Chechnya 4.1 Introduction 4.1.1 Background of Chechnya 4.2 The first Chechen Conflict (1994-1996) 4.2.1 Course of the Conflict 4.2.2 Russian Grand Strategy: Actors and objectives 4.2.3 Russian Military Strategy: Command and control structure 4.2.4 Russian Operational Level: Organisation of airpower 4.2.5 Russian Tactical Level: Application of airpower 4.2.6 Chechen Strategy and Operations 4.2.7 Sub Conclusions 4.3 The Conflict in Dagestan (August-September 1999) 4.3.1 Background and Course of the Conflict 4.3.2 Russian Grand Strategy: Actors and objectives 4.3.3 Ru