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Edited by David R. Jones

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Contents of Volume 14 (1990)

Charts, Tables, Maps and Figures vi

Preface vii

Abbreviations viii

I SURVEY

The Soviet Military Year in Review, 1990 David R. Jones 1

II SOVIET MILITARY INDICATORS27

III SOVIET MILITARY CHRONOLOGY, 1990

January 1990-December 1990 George M. Mellinger45

IV ORDER OF BATTLE

  1. Soviet Deployments and Military Districts, 1990 George M. Mellinger 74
  2. Airborne Forces Detailed Order of Battle George M. Mellinger114

V REVIEWS

  1. Military Reform and the Soviet Army Harry David Thompson117
  2. Navy George Kolisnek131
  3. The Air Forces, Air Defense Forces, and Naval Air Power George M. Mellinger141
  4. Conversion of the Soviet Defense Industry Per Olov Nilsson152
  5. After Hegemony. The Quest for Security in Eastern Europe. The View in 1990 Daniel N. Nelson156
  6. Future Soviet Military Strategy. The Outlook in 1990 David M. Glantz175

VI CONTEMPORARY ANALYSES, 1990

  1. Western Threat Perception and the Military Doctrine of the Warsaw Treaty Organization Jacob W. Kipp196
  2. The High Command and the Future of Soviet Military Power Dale R. Herspring223

VII DOCUMENTS

  1. USSR Presidential Decree "On Several Measures to Strengthen the Social and Legal Protection of Servicemen"245
  2. There Is No Need to Stir Up Trouble Boris Gromov246

VIII TOPICS

  1. Soviet Artillery Weapons, Part V. Rockets, Launchers, and Recoiless Armored Vehicle Cannon Arthur M. Volz 249
  2. Soviet Artillery Weapons. Postscript Arthur M. Volz 269

IX BIBLIOGRAPHY

  1. The Soviet Army in 1990 Timothy L. Sanz 275

CHARTS, TABLES, MAPS, AND FIGURES

  1. Main Indicators of Soviet Military Strength, 1990 28
  2. Kollegiia of the USSR Ministry of Defense, 31 December 199028
  3. Senior Soviet Officers in the Unified Command of the
  4. Warsaw Treaty Organization (WTO), 31 December 199029
  5. Theater Commanders, Commanders-in-Chief of Troops,
  6. 31 December 199030
  7. Commanders of Groups Abroad, Military Districts, Fleets, and the
  8. Air Defense District, 31 December 199030
  9. Command Staff of the Strategic Rocket Forces, 31 December 199031
  10. Command Staff of the Ground Forces, 31 December 199032
  11. Command Staff of the Troops of Air Defense, 31 December 199033
  12. Command Staff of the Air Forces, 31 December 199034
  13. Command Staff of the Navy, 31 December 199035
  14. Soviet Army Weapons Systems in Conventional Forces in Europe
  15. Regions, November 199035
  16. Admitted Soviet Participation in Foreign Conflicts Since 194539
  17. Soviet Losses in Afghanistan39
  18. Soviet Ground Forces Strength in the 1980s40
  19. Scheduled Withdrawals of Soviet Units From Abroad, 1989-199441
  20. Deployment of Soviet Naval Forces in the 1980s42
  21. Results from Force Generation188
  22. Characteristics of Force Generation Schemes189Evaluation of Force Generation Schemes190
  23. Production of Self-Propelled Multiround Rocket Launchers During

World War II, 1941-1945

  1. Short Characteristics of Soviet Ground Forces' Rockets Employed
  2. During 1941-1945263
  3. Short Characteristics of Soviet Tank Guns and Howitzers263
  4. Short Characteristics of Soviet Self-Propelled Guns and Howitzers 266

 

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