Ukrainians Fight Against 20 Russian Army Brigades and Regiments

By FreeJournal
08.28.2014
Translated by Stepan Nikitchuk and edited by Voices of Uk aine

About 20 brigades and regiments of the Russian army are being thrown against Ukraine in Donbas. So writes the journalist network site: The Forgotten Regiment (zpolk.org):

"The most difficult thing for the relatives of the dead is to find and bring home [the dead] to bury their bodies. Nobody usually knows where the military unit that their son, husband, or brother serves in can be redeployed."

“The most difficult thing for the relatives of the dead is to find and bring home [the dead] to bury their bodies. Nobody usually knows where the military unit that their son, husband, or brother serves in can be redeployed.”

Therefore, we publish this information about which troops have been moved into areas of active combat in Ukraine. We hope that this will become a reference point for family members who are worried about the fate of their relatives serving in the military.

This information, for obvious reasons, cannot be absolutely 100% accurate. But it is confirmed by fragmentary statements coming from the [Russian Federation] Ministry of Defense and journalist publications.

From the South Military District, Ground Forces and Artillery:

– Combat-Tactical Group (CTG) from the 18th Motorized Brigade based in Hankala/Kalynovska, Chechnya (the so-called Chechen battalion)

– CTG from the 17th Motorized Brigade – Shali, Chechnya

– CTG from the 136th Motorized Brigade – Botlikh, Dagestan

– CTG from the 205th Motorized Brigade – Budenovsk, Stavropol Region

– CTG from the 19th Motorized Rifle Brigade – Vladikavkaz, North Ossetia

– CTG from the 7th Military Base from the occupied Abkhazia, Georgia

– CTG from the 33rd Mountain Infantry Brigade – Maikop, Adygea

– Combined Division from the 291st Artillery Brigade – Troitskaya, Ingushetia

– Combined Company from the 78th Logistics Brigade – Budenovsk, Stavropol Region.

From the Airborne Troops:

– CTG from the 76th Division – Pskov

– CTG from the 98th Division – Ivanovo

– CTG from the 45th Separate Special-Purpose Regiment – Kubinka

– CTG from the 247th Regiment of the 7th Division – Novorossiysk.

CTG/RTG and divisions of the Ground Forces and Artillery units of the South Military District

– from the 20th Motorized Brigade – Volgograd

– 34th Mountain Infantry Brigade – Karachay-Cherkessia

– Division from the 943rd Artillery Regiment – Krasnooktyabrskoe, Adygea (MLRS “Hurricane”)

– Division from the 1st Missile Brigade – Krasnodar (PTRC “Tochka-U”, “Iskander-M”)

– 23rd Motorized Rifle Brigade – Samara

BTG / RTG from Airborne

– from the 56th Air Assault Brigade – Volgograd

– 106th Division – Tula

RTG / DRG (sabotage and reconnaissance groups)

– From the parts of the GRU stationed in the South of Russia

– the 10th Special-Purpose Brigade – Molkino, Krasnodar Region

– 22nd Special-Purpose Brigade – Aksai, Rostov Region

– 100th Experimental Reconnaissance Brigade – Mozdok, North Ossetia

– 346th Special-Purpose Brigade – Prokhladnyi, Kabardino-Balkaria

– 25th Special-Purpose Regiment – Stavropol

– 2nd Special-Purpose Brigade – Pskov

– 16th Special-Purpose Brigade – Tambov

– 3rd Special-Purpose Brigade – Ulyanovsk.

Source: freejournal.biz

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