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3 ............................... ...... 4 3 1 Equipment Radios: HF, Manpack, Low-Power, R-104M HF. Vehicle Mount, Medium-Power, R-130 VHF. Manpack, Low-Power, R-107 VHF, Vehicle Mount, Medium-Power, R-123 Warning Receiver, R-311 FOOTNOTE. ' This vehicle includes the TALL MlKE radar. which appears separately in this list. Total ........... ........... ................... 1 1 3 7 1 Antitank Missile Battery. Motorized Rifle Regiment, M R D and TD ANTITANK MISSILE BATTERY 40 I I BATTLERY HEADQUARTERS BRDM-2 1 x R-123 1 R-107 1 x Rangefinder I SERVICE SECTION FIRING PLATOON 5 1 3 x Truck, Ural/ZIL 1 Truck.
4-155 4-157 Although one expects to find many organizational variations in a force the size of the Soviet ground forces, descriptions in this chapter present a single model for each type of organization. The structures portrayed here mirror forward-deployed Soviet forces such as those found in the Western TVD a s of the end of 1988. They include all known structural elements, full assessed war-authorized strengths, and the most modern equipment. The text and tables note several structural variations.
4 VHF. Vehicle Mount. Medium-Power. 4 * / 7 * * NOTE. The following variations may exist: a. Frogmen may be attached to assist i n the reconnaissance of water obstacles. b. Some companies may have five KMM truck-launched bridge spans instead of four b. TMM bridge spans. C. Trucks normally tow PMR minelayers. Some units may have BTR-152s for this purpose. Some units may have GMZ armored tracked minelayers instead of PMR towed minelayers. d. Some units may have u p to six one-axle cargo t r a i l e r sbesides the two-axle cargo trailers.