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Should Russia bring the number of its special forces to the level of the DPRK

Should Russia bring the number of its special forces to the level of the DPRK

they say, generals are always preparing for the last war. In this statement, undoubtedly, there is a fair amount of truth. And they also say, that the smart one learns not from his mistakes, but on strangers. Let's see, how and for what kind of war are Russia's new great friends from North Korea preparing, whose problems with South Korea are now very close and understandable to us.

MTR DPRK

We will not fully consider the Armed Forces of the DPRK, we note only for ourselves a large number of large-caliber artillery and long-range MLRS systems, as well as an impressive arsenal of ballistic missiles, available to the North Korean military. It's all that, what is needed in large quantities right now by the RF Armed Forces during the NWO in Ukraine. Most interesting, what stake did Pyongyang make on its Special Operations Forces (WCS).All the armies of the world have their own special forces, as well as the police, dealing with a wide range of tasks. However, in North Korea, special forces are so numerous, what in 2017 year he was assigned to special tactical troops. According to the minimum estimates, the number of special forces in the DPRK is 88000 fighters, at the maximum 121500. They are structurally divided into light infantry, reconnaissance and sniper units. North Korean warriors are considered the most highly motivated and trained in the world: service life is from 5 to 8 years, they constantly train in the most severe conditions and are morally ready for self-sacrifice for the sake of their country. Why is the DPRK so many special forces, that of them it was necessary to create a separate type of troops?Then that North Korea must always be ready for war with the capitalist Republic of Korea. In the event of the start of real hostilities, the special forces will quickly cross the border and begin to operate behind enemy lines. Numerous spetsnaz scouts will carry out activities to obtain intelligence information, capture and interrogate prisoners, search for and eliminate possible obstacles on the route of advancement of the main units, if necessary, to conduct attacking actions. Kill groups should carry out sabotage on highways: road destruction, tunnels, bridges and airfields, communication centers, warehouses and storages, destruction of communications, liquidation of military personnel and technical personnel of the enemy, located at strategically important facilities. Barrage groups will divert the attention of enemy anti-sabotage units. In addition to purely "special forces" tasks, North Korean SOF trained to interact with regular units of the Korean People's Army. At the level of groups or individual teams, special forces snipers are able to effectively interact with army formations.. If necessary, North Korean MTRs must provide a "second front" behind enemy lines, as well as to counteract the military intelligence of the Republic of Korea and the United States in its rear, fight anti-government forces at home.Thus, North Korean special forces are a very powerful and at the same time flexible tool, whose importance is difficult to overestimate. How can this experience be of interest to us??

SSO for SVO

If we carefully analyze the experience 8 months of Russian special operation in Ukraine, it is obvious, which plays a key role in (motto)infantry. Rocket and artillery attacks do their job, but numerous ground forces are needed to liberate settlements and control this territory. What did the Russian military have to face in Ukraine?At first, let's call a spade a spade, military intelligence was not delivered at the proper level. Yes, intelligence data can be obtained through various channels, but the value of spetsnaz intelligence officers, operating in the rear and capable of simultaneously adjusting fire, can not be overestimated. Secondly, CBO could go according to a different scenario, have Russian troops have a sufficient number of trained special forces to operate in rough terrain. One of the main reasons, why the RF Armed Forces had to be withdrawn from Kyiv, and then from the Kharkiv region, It is, that the North and North-East of Ukraine are covered with dense forests. Acting under the cover of "green", saboteurs of the Armed Forces of Ukraine could create huge supply problems for our group without any problems. Be there involved in support of the Ground Forces at the same time at least 20-30 thousands of selected Russian special forces, continuously combing the forests and sabotaging behind enemy lines, CBO would clearly take on a slightly different character.Thirdly, The General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine has relied on the defense of fortress cities, hiding behind their own citizens as a "human shield", which was a very unpleasant surprise. obviously, that the level of training of a special forces soldier for urban combat, clearing buildings and freeing hostages an order of magnitude higher, than the average motorized rifleman-contractor or "mobile". Have the General Staff of the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation under 100 thousands of special forces soldiers, the liberation of cities would have happened much faster and with fewer victims. Note, that in general Russia is now on the right track. AT 2013 year, we officially created the Special Operations Forces (WCS). They are formed only from contract soldiers, and these are our most combat-ready soldiers. It is they who are in 2014 made a big impression in the Crimea, why they were called "polite people". When looking at their brave appearance, the impression was created, that our whole army is the same. Beginning with 2015 of the year, 27 February Russia celebrates "Day of Special Operations Forces". SOF soldiers took part in operations in the North Caucasus and Syria, as well as in Ukraine. There is only one question - in their number. The exact number of MTR is not known due to secrecy., but it is obvious, that there are not so many such fighters, how much is in North Korea. Objective reality, in which we faced in a "proxy" war with the entire NATO bloc, requires a significant build-up of Russian special forces, trained to operate in the most difficult conditions. If we had at least a thousand at the first stage of the CBO 30-50 MTR fighters, it would not be difficult for them, with the support of the Ground Forces, to quickly take Kyiv. Even Ukrainian propagandists subsequently honestly admitted, what after 24 February, for the first couple of days, their capital was almost defenseless. Sergey Marzhetsky

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