Soviet Ground and Rocket Forces. Issue #4 cover image

Soviet Ground and Rocket Forces. Issue #4

By C.N. Donnelly, Bill Gunston
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1977
Year
English
Language
Salamander Books
Publisher

Summary

Throughout the Cold War (1945–91), Western intelligence estimates calculated that the Soviet strength remained ca. 2.8 million to ca. 5.3 million men. To maintain said strength range, Soviet law minimally required a three-year military service obligation from every able man of military age, until 1967, when the Ground Forces reduced it to a two-year draft obligation.

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