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Russia's cutting-edge military hardware parades through Moscow for V-Day rehearsal*
Москве: Репетиция военного парада на Красной площади в честь 70-й годовщины победы в Великой Отечественной войне. По центру столицы впервые прошла новейшая военная техника, в частности танки на платформе «Армата» и боевые машины пехоты на платформе «Курганец-25».
Как заявил ранее глава Минобороны РФ Сергей Шойгу, парад в Москве в честь 70-летия окончания Великой Отечественной войны станет самым масштабным в современной российской истории. В нём примут участие более 15 тыс. человек и около 200 единиц военной техники, в том числе её новейшие образцы.
Парад военной техники откроется прохождением исторической механизированной колонны в составе танка Т-34 и самоходной артиллерийской установки СУ-100. Под специальными накидками, скрывающими вооружение, пройдут также такие образцы военной техники, как многоцелевой бронетранспортёр «Ракушка», танк «Армата», подвижный грунтовый ракетный комплекс Ракетных войск стратегического назначения «Ярс», новейшие образцы вооружения Воздушно-десантных войск БМД-4М.
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Russia's cutting-edge military hardware parades through Moscow for V-Day rehearsal
V-Day rehearsal: Russia's cutting-edge military hardware parades through Moscow
April 30, 2015
Moscow holds V-Day parade rehearsal | Парад Победы 2015 | Репетиция:
Thousands of Muscovites were lucky enough to catch a glimpse of Russia’s latest military hardware rolling across the cobbles of Moscow’s iconic Red Square during rehearsal ahead of Victory Day parade.
Infantry from Russia, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan practiced their performances in front of the public for the first time this year, ahead of Victory Day on May 9. Troops from other countries such as India, Mongolia, Serbia, and China were also present at the rehearsal.
But the most anticipated event of the rehearsal was the debut of the latest models of the Russian armored tank T-14 built on the “Armata” platform as well as the showcasing of the latest 152mm self-propelled artillery howitzer Coalition-SV.
The Armata’s main advantage over similar existing technology lies in its unmanned turret, controlled remotely from an isolated armored capsule. The latest tank has a state-of-the-art radar system that can simultaneously track up to 40 ground and 25 air targets within a 60-mile radius.
The Kurganets-25 and the Kornet-D, an upgraded version of the hard-hitting Kornet anti-tank system, were also driven during a run-through in the early hours of Wednesday morning. Kurganets-25 features a new active-defense system against tank shells.
But to preserve intrigue over the main parade on May 9, whch marks the 70th anniversary of defeat over Nazi Germany, parts of the newly showcased military technology were still covered in a special cloth casing.
Among the new technology to be showcased are the latest models of weapons for the Russian Airborne Troops, including a multi-purpose armored vehicle, Rakushka, as well as mobile missile launch system Yars.
Over 15,000 personnel and about 200 pieces of military equipment will be on display, including weaponry never before seen by the public when the Victory Parade kicks off on the morning of May 9, which falls on a Saturday. For those who still want to witness the Russian military hardware on the move before the Victory Day parade, three more rehearsals are scheduled to take place on May 4, 6 and 7. *
2015 Moscow Victory Day Parade
The 2015 Moscow Victory Day Parade, is an upcoming parade that will take place in Red Square in Moscow on 9 May 2015 to commemorate the 70th anniversary of the capitulation of Nazi Germany in 1945. The annual parade marks the Allied victory in the Second World War at the Western front. President of the Russian Federation Vladimir Putin will also deliver his twelfth holiday address to the nation on this day. Being a landmark jubilee parade honoring the 70th anniversary of the Allied victory in the European continent, this year's parade is also expected to be one of the biggest and largest to be held in Russian history.
Important dignitaries in attendance and parade information
Among those expected to come to this year's event is President of Serbia, Tomislav Nikolić, President of Vietnam, Trương Tấn Sang, President of China, Xi Jinping, the First Chairman of the National Defence Commission of North Korea, Kim Jong-un, and the President of India, Pranab Mukherjee. In all, 26 international leaders are expected to be in attendance this year, including heads of UNESCO and the Council of Europe.
The following countries have opted not to participate in this year's parade:
Australia, Belarus, Belgium, Bulgaria, United Kingdom, Germany, Georgia, Israel, Canada, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Moldova, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Slovakia, Ukraine, USA, Finland, Croatia, Montenegro, Czech Republic, Sweden, Estonia, Japan.
The 2014 annexation of Crimea by the Russian Federation and the subsequent War in Donbass has caused a number of nations that fought in the war, especially those that participated in the parade of 2010 to not participate in this year's celebrations, including Germany, whose chancellor Angela Merkel instead will visit Moscow on May 10, a day after the parade itself. Those nations that will be absent from the celebrations will only have their ambassadors to the Russian Federation be present for the parade as part of the diplomatic corps in attendance.
Aside from the return of the T-34 tank and the SU-100 self-propelled gun, and the usual vehicles and planes in the mobile column and the flypast, making their parade debut this year are the following:
Bumerang armored personnel carrier
Kurganets-25 infantry fighting vehicle
T-15 heavy IFV
T-14 main battle tank
2S35 Koalitsiya-SV self-propelled howitzer
Ural Typhoon MRAP
BTR-82AM Naval Infantry armored personnel carrier
Kornet-D/EM mobile antitank missile system mounted on the GAZ Tigr APC
K-300P Bastion-P mobile coastal defense missile launcher
RS-24 Yars mobile ICBM launcher
The brand new Crimean Wings (Krilya Tavrida) aerobatic team with 4 Yakovlev Yak-130s
Sukhoi Su-30 and Sukhoi Su-35 fighter jets
The Nakhimov Higher Naval Institute and the Chemical Defense and Control Military Academy will both make their return appearances in a Red Square parade after years of absences, the former since 1985 and the later since 2006, while the Pacific Naval Institute will be making its debut appearance this year, all in the march past segment made up of 16,000 servicemen, where they will be joined by a company sized formation from the Presidential Guard Regiment of Kazakhstan and several military contingents from other CIS nations, including the Armenian Army and the Azerbaijani Land Forces, all returning to the parade after a 5 year break, alongside first time parade participants from the armed forces of Serbia, the People's Republic of China and Mongolia, and even The Grenadiers from the Indian Army. The BMD-4 infantry fighting vehicle will make its return to the mobile column after a 6 year break, together with the joint flight of the Russian aerobatics teams Russian Knights and Strizhi after a one year absence from the parade.
Also, several military vehicles that drove through the Red Square in the 1945 Victory Parade are being readied for their drivepast in other major Russian cities.
As per tradition, 26 other Russian major cities (Sevastopol and Kerch in the disputed Crimea included) will hold their parades, and joint civil-military parades will be hosted by 50 other towns and cities nationwide.
Victory Day parades will also be held in the following CIS member nations:
Belarus: May 9
Kazakhstan: May 7
Kyrgyzstan: May 9
Armenia: May 9
Beginning in November/December 2014, preparations for the parade were well attended at the unit level. Individual unit practices were held in the various military installations for all the participating units, and by March 2015, the air flypast column began its individual practice flying runs. Also rehearsing for the parade are the massed military bands of the Armed Forces, the MVD, EMERCOM and the Moscow Garrison, all to be conducted for the 13th straight year by Lieutenant General Valery Khalilov, the Senior Director of Music of the Bands Service of the Russian Armed Forces since 2002, with a combined number of more than a thousand military bandsmen, and the world famous Corps of Drums of the Moscow Military Music College "Field Marshal Alexander Suvorov", under the leadership of Colonel Alexander Gerasimov, the long-time college director, which has always (with a brief break from 2009 to 2011) had the privilege of leading the parade.
The parade practice runs officially commenced in the practice field at Alabino, Moscow Oblast, in April 2015, and will last until the middle of April when the runs on Red Square itself will start, ending with a final general combined practice run of the parade in early May. Before the first parade dry run, there was the first practice drivepast of the estimated 200 mobile column vehicles in attendance this year, that first drivepast was held on March 27.
The first parade practice run on April 3, 2015 kicked off officially the preparation for the big parade, despite the snowy weather that day. Joining the first run-through rehearsal (for the march past segment and the mobile column only) was the first ever military women's contingent to march on Red Square for the very first time, composed of girl Cadet Corps students coming from the Moscow National Pensions School. This was followed by the first test run of the flypast column in the Alabino training grounds on April 9, with the more than 150 aircraft taking part in that first run-through of the flypast segment.
The April 15 2nd parade practice run witnessed the first practice march of a Cossacks contingent that on May 9 will be the first ever unit of its kind to march on the steps of Red Square after so many years. The uint marching for this year comes from the ranks of the Kuban Cossacks, which marched past Red Square in the Victory Parade of 1945 represented by the 4th Guards Cossack Cavalry Regiment. The 2nd dry run for the flypast was done on April 21, and the final run on the Alabino grounds on April 22.
The first late night practice run started on April 29 in Moscow's Red Square, and will continue on till May 4 with the final two practice runs on May 6 and 7, which also serve as the general pratice runs. All of them are open to the general public. At the same time, final practice runs are being made for those joining the parades in May 9 in 26 other major cities in Russia. During such practice drill runs in Moscow several variants of the new Russian armored vehicle platform Armata were seen with turrets covered, together with the Bumerang APC and the Kurgarnets-25 IFV's turrets, which got the same treatment as well.
Full order of the 2015 Victory Day Parade
General of the Army Sergey Shoigu, Minister of Defense of the Russian Federation (parade inspector)
Colonel General Oleg Salyukov, Deputy Chief of the Russian General Staff and Commander-in-Chief of the Russian Ground Forces (parade commander)
Massed Military Bands of the Armed Forces under the direction of the Senior Director of Music of the Military Bands Service of the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation, Lieutenant General Valery Khalilov
Corps of Drums of the Moscow Military Music School
154th Preobrazhensky Independent Commandant's Regiment Colour Guard and Honour Guard Company of the 1st Honor Guard Battalion, 154th PICR
Presidential Cavalry Escort Battalion, Kremlin Regiment
Battalion of the Kuban Cossacks (first appearance)
Suvorov Military School
Nakhimov Naval School
Kronstadt Sea Cadet Corps
Aksanskiy Cossack Cadet Corps
Moscow National Pensions School Cadet Corps (first appearance)
Combined Arms Academy of the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation
Military University of the Ministry of Defence of the Russian Federation
Military Academy of Material and Technical Security "General of the Army A. V. Khrulev"
Zhukovsky – Gagarin Air Force Academy
Black Sea Higher Naval Military Institute "Admiral Pavel Nakhimov" (returning)
Pacific Naval Military Institute "Admiral Stepan Makarov" (first appearance)
382nd Independent Marine Battalion of the Black Sea Fleet
336th Independent Guards Biaystok Marine Brigade of the Baltic Fleet
Military Space Academy "Alexander Mozhaysky"
Peter the Great Military Academy of the Missile Forces of Strategic Importance of the Russian Federation
Ryazan Airborne Senior Command Academy "Gen. of the Army Vasily Margelov"'
98th Guards Airborne Division
Engineering Forces, Nuclear, Biological and Chemical Defence and Control Military Academy "Marshal of the Soviet Union Semyon Timoshenko" (returning)
1st NBC Coastal Brigade
9th Chemical Disposal Regiment
29th and 38th Independent Railway Brigades of the Russian Railway Troops
16th Spetsnaz Brigade, Western Military District
ODON Ind. Motorized Internal Troops Division of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Russian Federation "Felix Dzerzhinsky"
Civil Defense Academy of the Ministry of Emergency Situations
Moscow Border Guards Institute of the Border Guard Service of the Federal Security Service of the Russian Federation "Moscow City Council"
2nd Guards Tamanskaya Motor Rifle Division "Mikhail Kalinin"
4th Guards Kantemirovskaya Tank Division "Yuri Andropov"
Military Technical University of the Federal Agency of Special Construction
Moscow Military Commanders Training School "Supreme Soviet of Russia"
GAZ Tigr (first parade with the Kornet D/EM mobile antitank missile system)
BTR Bumerang armored personnel carrier (first appearance)
Ural Typhoon (First appearance)
Typhoon-K armored personnel carrier
BMP Kurganets-25 (first appearance)
T-15 (first appearance)
T-14 (first appearance)
9P157-2 Khrizantema-S tank destroyer
2S35 Koalitsiya-SV self-propelled howitzer (first appearance)
Buk-M2 missile system
Tor-M2U missile system
K-300P Bastion-P (first appearance)
RS-24 Yars (first appearance)
Air Fly Past Column
Mil Mi-8 Colors Party
Sukhoi Su-30 (first appearance)
Sukhoi Su-35 (first appearance)
Yakovlev Yak-130 from the new aerobatic group Crimean Wings (first appearance)
Sukhoi Su-27 and Mikoyan MiG-29 of the Russian Knights and Strizhi (returning)
*[Info Credit: RT/Sputnik] *
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