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military, also known collectively as armed forces, is a heavily armed, highly organized force primarily intended for warfare. It is typically officially authorized and maintained by a sovereign state, with its members identifiable by their distinct military uniform. It may consist of one or more military branches such as an army, navy, air force, space force, marines, or coast guard. The main task of the military is usually defined as defense of the state and its interests against external armed threats.

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Northrop Grumman E-2 Hawkeye
The Northrop Grumman E-2 Hawkeye is an American all-weather, carrier-capable tactical airborne early warning (AEW) aircraft. This twin-turboprop aircraft was designed and developed during the late 1950s and early 1960s by the Grumman Aircraft Company for the United States Navy as a replacement for the earlier, piston-engined E-1 Tracer, which was rapidly becoming obsolete. The aircraft’s performance has been upgraded with the
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AN/APS-145
The AN/APS-145 Advanced Airborne Surveillance Radar represents a pinnacle in airborne early warning systems developed by Lockheed Martin. Known for its reliability, cost-effectiveness, and unparalleled performance, the APS-145 has significantly enhanced the capabilities of the Northrop Grumman E-2C Hawkeye and is adaptable to other aircraft platforms such as the Lockheed
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R-158 VHF Radio Transceiver
The R-158 (Р-158) is a portable VHF radio transceiver that entered service with the Soviet military in 1979. It was specifically designed for use at the platoon level to ensure reliable communication within military units. Technical Specifications General Characteristics Type: Portable VHF Radio Transceiver Service History: Entered service in 1979
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R-187 Azart
  The R-187-P1 “Azart” (Russian: Р-187 “Азарт”, “Excitement”) is a Russian handheld tactical and public safety radio developed and produced by NPO Angstrem for the Russian Ministry of Defense. It is a component of the Ratnik infantry combat system. History Development and Production The Azart-P1 was developed to provide modern,
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R-311 “Omega” (Р-311 «Омега»)
The R-311 “Omega” (Р-311 «Омега») is a Soviet-era shortwave radio receiver designed for military use. It was manufactured from 1954 until the mid-1970s, playing a crucial role in various branches of the Soviet armed forces and other Warsaw Pact nations. History The R-311 receiver was developed in 1949 at the
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R-330Zh Zhitel
The R-330Zh Zhitel (Russian: Р-330Ж Житель) is a mobile, truck-mounted electronic warfare jamming communication station manufactured by NVP Protek and fielded by the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation (AFRF). This system is designed to detect, track, and jam a variety of communication signals, providing tactical advantages on the battlefield.
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R-350M “Eagle” (Р-350М «Орел»)
The R-350M “Eagle” (Р-350М «Орел») is a Soviet portable short-wave radio transceiver designed for covert operations, primarily utilized by Spetsnaz (special forces) and espionage agents. Introduced in 1957 as a successor to the earlier R-350 model, the R-350M played a crucial role in reconnaissance, sabotage missions, and intelligence gathering behind
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Repellent-1 (Репеллент-1)
Repellent-1 (Russian: Репеллент-1) is a Russian electronic warfare system designed to suppress the operation of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) at a distance of up to 30 to 35 km (19 to 22 mi). The system weighs more than 20 tons and is capable of detecting miniature air targets from their
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R-123 “Magnolia” (Р-123 «Магнолия»)
The R-123 “Magnolia” (Р-123 «Магнолия») is a Soviet military HF/VHF radio transceiver designed for use in tanks and other armored vehicles. Manufactured at the Ryazan radio plant, this device was integral to armored vehicle communications for the Soviet Union and its allies. Deployment The R-123 set was commonly used in
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R-105D Astra-3 (Р-105Д Астра-3)
Overview The R-105D Astra-3 (Р-105Д Астра-3) is a VHF portable radio transceiver developed and used by the Soviet military. The Astra series, developed in the late 1940s, was intended to replace the A-7 series radio sets, with the R-105D entering service in 1952. The R-105D was eventually superseded by the
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SVP-24 Navigation System
The SVP-24 is an advanced navigation and bomb sight system developed by the Russian company Gefest & T. The system is designed to provide unguided munitions with a level of accuracy comparable to that of guided munitions by using Continually Computed Release Point (CCRP) technology. The SVP-24 has been notably
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1B75 Penicillin (counter-artillery system)
1B75 Penicillin is an acoustic-thermal artillery-reconnaissance system developed by Ruselectronics for the Russian Armed Forces. The system is designed to detect and locate enemy artillery, mortars, multiple launch rocket systems (MLRS), and anti-aircraft or tactical missile firing positions using seismic and acoustic sensors without emitting any radio waves. This capability
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Pelena-1
Pelena-1 (Russian: Пелена-1, meaning “Shroud”) is a Russian ground-based jamming system designed to disrupt radar capabilities, specifically targeting the AN/APY-2 radar, which is a primary component of the airborne warning and control system (AWACS). The system’s primary function is to induce jamming frequencies on radar carrier frequencies that operate in
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Krasukha (Красуха) ECM System
The Krasukha (Russian: Красуха; English: Belladonna or Deadly Nightshade) is a Russian mobile, ground-based electronic warfare (EW) system. Produced by the KRET corporation, this system is mounted on various wheeled platforms. The Krasukha’s primary targets are airborne radio-electronics, such as UAVs and radar-guided systems. It plays a vital role in
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Khibiny (L-175V) ECM System
The Khibiny (L-175V) (Russian: Хибины (Л-175В)) is a Soviet/Russian aircraft electronic countermeasures (ECM) system. Named after the Khibiny Mountains, the system is designed for radio direction-finding and signal source irradiation to distort reflected signal parameters. This aids in delaying aircraft detection, masking the true subject against false reflections, causing range-finding
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Vilyeyka VLF transmitter
  The Vileyka VLF transmitter is a significant communications facility operated by the Russian Navy. Officially designated as the site of the 43rd Communications Center of the Russian Navy (Russian: 43-й узел связи ВМФ России), it is situated west of the town of Vileyka in Belarus (54°27′49″N 26°46′44″E). This facility
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Kvant 1L222 Avtobaza
The Kvant 1L222 Avtobaza is a sophisticated electronic warfare (EW) and electronic intelligence (ELINT) system developed by Russia for modern military operations. Designed to detect, locate, and track enemy radar signals, the Avtobaza serves as an integral component of Russia’s electronic warfare capabilities, providing critical support for disrupting enemy surveillance
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A-7 (transceiver)
The Soviet A-7 VHF radio transceiver (later models include the A-7a and A-7b) was developed during World War II and used for communication in rifle brigades and regiments. The complete station was designed to be transported by an individual soldier. Design and features A-7 The A-7 is a portable man-pack, radio transceiver with narrow-band frequency modulation. The
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