Russia should not completely give up conscription, and an optimum strength of the Russian Army must be 1.3 million servicemen, General Anatoly Kulikov said at "The Military and Society: Time of Change" conference, under way in Moscow. He said a 1.3-million-strong army would correspond to the real assessment of the situation in the country and beyond, as well as to existing threats to Russia's security. Approximately 30 percent of all servicemen must be drafted, the general said.
A nuclear-powered submarine of the British Navy surfaced in the ice of the Arctic for the first time in many years
President Putin never speaks about the things that do not exist, nor does he do the things that he can not do. Yet, some believe that Russian weapons are a fake