May 9 2015 Victory Day Parade

Vehicles that participated in the parade:

1) T-90A
2) T-14 Armata (tank)
3) T-15 Armata (IFV)
4) Kurganets-25
5) BMD-4M
6) BTR-MD Rakushka
7) BTR-82A
8) Bumerang
9) Kornet-D
10) Kamaz Triumph
11) Ural Typhoon
12) MSTA-S
13) 2S35 Koalitsiya-SV
14) Iskander-M
15) RS-24 Yars
16) Pantsyr S1
17) Tor M1
18) Buk M2
19) S-400

More descriptions coming soon!

Photo credit (click the links to visit the websites of the authors of the photos, as well as see more photos):
Vitaly Kuzmin

Bastion Karpenko

Andrey Kryuchenko 

Rest In Peace, Col. Oleg Peshkov

Col. Oleg Peshkov’s body has been returned to Russia by Turkey. Oleg and his co-pilot ejected after their Su-24 was shot down by Turkish F-16’s. Oleg was killed by rebels as he was descending by parachute; his co-pilot survived and is back in Russia. One of the Marines attempting to rescue the pilots was also killed, and I wish for him to rest in peace as well. This was definitely a stab in the back by Turkey and will only further increase tensions in the already volatile region. Putin has responded with sanctions against Turkey, has ceased military cooperation with Turkey, and has promised further actions against Turkey. Both countries are at a disagreement as to whether the aircraft was located within Turkish territory when it was shot down. Regardless, shooting down the plane was a despicable act, and Turkey should not be one to complain about violations of their airspace when their aircraft have done the same countless times, most notably in Greece. My opinion is, if two countries are not at war, they should not be shooting down each other’s  aircraft over minor, non-aggressive airspace violations.

I Am Back

It’s been a while. More than 3 years to be exact. I abruptly disappeared, leaving my followers wondering where I have gone, and whether I will ever post again. Well, I got good news. I am back, and I will continue to translate news and videos regarding the Russian military, as well as post photos, updates and information regarding the Russian military. Russianmilitaryphotos.wordpress.com is active once again, and I am here to stay. Stay tuned, my friends!

200th Post!

Russian military equipment in various armies around the world

 

 

1) Il-78 in service with the Algerian air-force

2) Mi-24 in service with the Algerian air-force

3) T-90S in service with the Algerian army

4) Yak-130 in service with the Algerian air-force

5) S-300 in service with the Armenian air defense forces

6) Gaz Tiger in service with the Armenian army

7) Smerch in service with the Belorussian army

8) Mi-8/17 in service with the Colombian army

9) T-80U in service with the Cypriot army

10) Mi-24 in service with the Czech army

11) Mi-8/17 in service with the Ecuadorian army

12) Buk M1 in service with the Finnish air defense forces

13) Zubr Class hovercraft in service with the Greek Marines

14) The INS aircraft carrier, built by Russia for the Indian navy

15) Mig-29SMT in service with the Indian air-force

16) Ka-31 in service with the Indian navy

17) Project 971U Akula II (K-152 Nerpa), currently leased by the Indian navy

18) T-90S in service with the Indian army

19) Tos-1A Buratino in service with the army of Kazakhstan

20) BMPT in service with the army of Kazakhstan

21) Mig-29 in service with the air-force of Ukraine

22) Project 775 Ropucha in service with the navy of Ukraine

23) Su-25 in service with the air-force of Ukraine

24) Su-27 in service with the air-force of Ukraine

25) Tunguska short range air-defense system in service with the army of Ukraine

26) Mi-35 in service with the Venezuelan army

27) Su-30MK2 in service with the Venezuelan air-force

 

Photos taken from here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, and here.

 

Assorted Russian Navy Photos

 

Yasen Class Submarine info

Borei Class Submarine info

Admiral Kuznetsov aircraft carrier info

Kilo Class Submarine info

Sovremenny Class destroyer info

Steregushchy Class stealth corvette info

Delta-4 Class Submarine info

 

Photos taken from here.