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Defense Intelligence Agency Releases Russia Military Power Assessment

By DIA Public Affairs | June 28, 2
http://www.dia.mil/News/Articles/Article/1232488/defense-intelligence-agency-releases-russia-military-power-assessment/

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The Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) today released “Russia Military Power,” a report that examines the core capabilities of the resurgent Russian military.  It is the first in a series of unclassified military power assessments on major threats facing the United States.

The series of reports are designed to help the public achieve a deeper understanding of key threats to U.S. National Security and will focus on DIA’s five “no fail” missions, which also includes China, North Korea, Iran and transnational terrorism.

“These products are intended to foster a dialogue between U.S. leaders, the national security community, partner nations, and the public about the challenges we face in the 21st century,” said Lt. Gen. Vincent Stewart, DIA director.

The resurgence of Russia on the world stage – seizing the Crimean Peninsula, destabilizing eastern Ukraine, intervening in Syria, and shaping the information environment to suit its interests – poses a major challenge to the United States and its allies and led to the development of these “military power” publications.

“Within the next decade, an even more confident and capable Russia could emerge. The United States needs to anticipate, rather than react, to Russian actions and pursue a greater awareness of Russian goals and capabilities to prevent potential conflicts,” said Stewart.

DIA has a long history of producing comprehensive and authoritative defense intelligence overviews. The first unclassified Soviet Military Power assessment was published in 1981 and was translated into eight languages and distributed around the world as an annual report in the 80’s, until the fall of the Soviet Union in 1991.

The 2017 military power report series includes analysis of foreign national security strategies, military doctrines, force structures, and core military capabilities, including nuclear forces, biological and chemical weapons, underground facilities, space/counterspace and cyber operations.

The China assessment, the next in the series planned for release, will offer insights into the modernization of Chinese military power and its engagement in military diplomacy across the globe.

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Re: Defense Intel Agency Report on Russia Rebuilding Military DOCUMENT
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Thanks for posting EG.

I wonder about the timing of the release of this document. With the media's anti Russia coverage and the escalation of war in Syria,  it feels like the shadow government is condition the public for a major conflict.   
 

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More ‘confident & capable’ Russia could emerge over next decade – Pentagon

Published time: 29 Jun, 2017 12:53
https://www.rt.com/news/394582-us-report-russian-military/



A more confident and capable Russia could emerge within the next decade, according to a US Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) report. It goes on to describe the Russian military as "rapidly" advancing.


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Thanks for posting EG.

I wonder about the timing of the release of this document. With the media's anti Russia coverage and the escalation of war in Syria,  it feels like the shadow government is condition the public for a major conflict.

I have read a lot of it, and I found it fascinating.

It does not tell me anything useful about Russia, but it does provide an insight into the perception of Russian Military by NATO.

It says nothing about the USS Donald Cook (defeated by Russian ECM) , or USS Fitzgerald (an open case, probable ECM), or the all new armoured platform and MBT the Armata Tank.

They claimed that the 2008 Invasion of Georgia showed how pathetic the state of the Russian Military, which is the opposite of the actual result, Georgia got beaten. The key reason Georgia lost and Russia won, was the ability of the Russians to rapidly mobilize and move those troops through a nasty choke point called the Roki Tunnel. Secondly, its pretty obvious that the "surprise attack" was no surprise to the Russian Military Intelligence.

The Russian Navy is a sick joke, but you would never guess that from reading the documents. However, I do suspect that Russia is making more intelligent use in that it has developed years ago things like using container ships to hide carrier killer missiles and other surprises. One of those containers could be on an american ship in an american port... erm... bit of a problem if you ask me.

While I think the Russian Military has many institutional faults, and is a lot weaker than NATO . . . . we have to balance it by weakness in NATO. Like, Russian Tanks can move through Europe faster than NATO can move through Europe, which strikes me as kinda important. As the only response NATO has to being steam rollered or Blitzkrieg'd is Air power. But the ECM and S-400, would prevent NATO from having Air Superiority.

NATO only has Air Superiority as a tactic,  it started from the allied experience in WW2, indeed NATO has inherited a huge pile of mistakes from WW2. Like 68 Ton MBT tanks that can not cross bridges, and are restricted on what ground they can operate on - still having narrow tracks...

I could rant about this all day and most of next week.



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