Military Thought A Russian Journal of Military Theory and Strategy

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Online ISSN: 1938-257X
Language: English
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The elite military journal known in Russia as Voennaia mysl’ was founded in 1918 and has been classified for nearly 70 years. Since 1992, East View has published the English translation of this journal as Military Thought. A unique source of information on the development of Russian military theory, Military Thought offers articles on Russian military reform, tactics and strategy of modern combat, and counterterrorist and security operations.

As an organ of the Russian Defense Ministry, the journal’s contributors are top military personnel and leading lecturers from Russian military universities and colleges. Military Thought publishes studies on the experience of modern war (especially local wars and armed conflicts), and includes pieces devoted to the methodology of military science, art and development, as well as special branches of natural and engineering sciences. Special attention is paid to the operational training of the army, the moral and psychological training of military personnel, and the education and legal support of the Russian military establishment.

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Editor-in-Chief: S.V. Rodikov

Editorial Board:
A.Ya. Berzan

V.N. Bondarev

D.V. Bulgakov

V.N. Buslovskiy

S.G. Chekinov

V.V. Chirkov

Yu.M. Chubarev, Deputy Editor-in-Chief

O.N. Chupsheva, Executive Secretary

Yu.Ye. Donskov

M.A. Gareyev

V.V. Gerasimov

A.V. Golovko

V.P. Goremykin

A.N. Gostev

S.V. Karakayev

A.V. Kartapolov

A.F. Klimenko

Yu.V. Krinitsky

O.N. Ostapenko

O.L. Salyukov

I.D. Sergun

V.A. Shamanov

M.V. Smyslov

S.S. Suvorov

V.P. Tonkoshkurov

Yu.N. Tuchkov

V.N. Uryupin, Deputy Editor-in-Chief

V.B. Zarudnitsky

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Vol. 27, No. 4 (2018)

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VOLUME 28, NUMBER 3


CONTENTS

GEOPOLITICS AND SECURITY

The Condition and Developmental Prospects of a Regional Security System in the Arctic    
O.Yu. Gavrilov

Threats to Russia’s Maritime Economic Activity in Coastal Areas of the Indian Ocean and Southeast Asia A.A. Mikhlin, V.V. Molochny, S.N. Okhremchuk, V.A. Balandin, T.M. Koemets

Current Transformations in the Concepts and Power Instruments of Strategic Deterrence
A.Ye. Sterlin, A.A. Protasov, S.V. Kreidin

MILITARY ART

Combat Sustainability of a GF Missile Forces Formation: Ways of Solving the Problem of Support    
D.V. Khlopunov

Radar Subunit Maneuvering in a Positioning Area
A.P. Oleynik

The Role and Place of Coalition Air Defense Systems in Collective Security Regions under Present-Day Conditions
M.G. Valeyev, A.V. Platonov, V.V. Sutyrin


MILITARY THEORY AND PRACTICE

Artificial Intelligence As a Promising Basis of Formalized Forecasting Methods
Ye.O. Bukharov, V.R. Polyakov

Troops (Forces) Materiel Support Decisions: Quality Assessment
V.V. Demkov, D.Yu. Bogdanov

Methodological Support for Corroborating Development Trends of Ground Forces’ Electronic Warfare Weapon Systems
Yu.Ye. Donskov, D.V. Kholuyenko, Yu.N. Yarygin, D.M. Byvshikh

Using Digital Terrain Models to Specify the Location of Military Assets
A.M. Kudryavtsev, N.L. Stupak, P.A. Ageyev

Using Optics to Detect and Pinpoint Nuclear Explosions in Ground-Based Information Support Systems
I.A. Rybin, O.I. Kovalevskaya, V.P. Busygin

Organizing Deep-Sea Target Positions
V.V. Vergeychik, V.A. Kramar’, Yu.A. Chirkov


FORCE CONTROL

Building a Communication and Data Transmission System to Handle Prospective Military Medical Robotechnology
A.A. Zhigalov, V.A. Drogovoz, V.V. Matveyev


MILITARY TECHNOLOGY

Conceptual Issues of Building and Employing Autonomous Military Robotechnical Systems
N.A. Rudianov, V.S. Khrushchev


MILITARY LOGISTICS

Developing an Airfield Network for RF State Aviation
A.A. Borodin, V.V. Lazukin

Methodological Basis for Ensuring Environmental Security within the Engineer Troops
N.Yu. Vaulin

The Ideology of Organizing and Operating a Reconnaissance System for the Missile Forces and Artillery
A.G. Yermishyan, S.V. Safronov

The Role and Place of Electronic Intelligence Collection in Navy Combat Support
V.V. Schell, R.V. Yurov