The Military Balance 2015 comes with a new wall chart focusing on ‘Russia’s Armed Forces’

Military Balance 2015 Chart: Russia's Armed Forces

The print edition of The Military Balance now comes with a Military Balance Wall Chart, replacing the Chart of Conflict, which will be launched with the forthcoming Armed Conflict Survey. The first of these charts focuses on ‘Russia’s Armed Forces’, showing the geographical disposition of key units of Army, Navy, Air Force and Strategic Rocket Forces, including those stationed outside Russian territory, and early-warning radars. The map is accompanied by text and tables detailing key aspects of Russia’s military modernisation plans, Russian defence spending and a statistical comparison of headline equipment numbers in 1991 and 2014.

Map features include:

  • Geographical distribution of units by type
  • Focus boxes for St Petersburg, Moscow, Kaliningrad, Crimea, Vladikavkaz, Novosibirisk, Ulan Ude, Belogorsk, Petropavlosk, Khabarovsk, Vladivostok/Ussuriysk region and Central Asia (Tajikistan and Kyrgyzstan)
  • Early-warning radar locations
  • Military Districts
  • Military District Headquarters
  • Army headquarters

Other features include:

  • Ground Forces modernisation plans and table of selected equipment programmes
  • Navy modernisation plans and table of selected equipment programmes
  • Air Force modernisation plans and table of selected equipment programmes
  • Strategic Forces modernisation plans and table of selected equipment programmes
  • Army Aviation modernisation plans and table of selected equipment programmes
  • Russian defence-spending trends
  • Russian defence spending 2001–15 graph
  • Forces comparison: 1990–91 and 2014 by equipment type (including Strategic Rocket Forces, Land Forces, Air Defence Troops, Air Force and Navy)

 Bespoke sizes can be accommodated on request.

Print edition £23.50
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