Women of Russia’s Special Operations Forces

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Col. Eugene Khrushchev

Colonel Evgeny Khrushchev is an Editorial Board Member of Veterans Today. He is also is the military analyst at Russia Today (RT)

Contrary to the family tradition, he didn’t apply to Vladivostok Navy Academy to join the Pacific Fleet but enrolled in the Red Banner Institute specializing in Central Asian affairs.

He was a PSYOPS officer for the 56th Airborne Assault Brigade in Gardez, Paktia, Democratic Republic of Afghanistan - First Secretary of the Russian Embassy in the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan.

The Russian Airborne peace-keeping mission under the aegis of UNPROFOR.

His main mission is to promote rapport & rapprochement between Russian & American veterans in close cohesion with US military attaché General Reppert and Special Forces General Metaxis.

* Led the 1st delegation of Soviet Afghan Vets to the US at the invitation of VVA & VVC * Addressed SOLIC Command and JFK Special Warfare School * Consulted CBS 60 Minutes on the Soviet campaign in Afghanistan * Interviewed by ABC 20/20 and Discovery Channel * Featured by France Press, Boston Globe and USN& WR during the 1st Moscow putsch.

Inspired by Chinese strategy, Persian Sufi poetry and British cats; addicted to Country & Blues and muscle cars.

Favorite personal/personnel carrier – KA-50 Black Shark, due to financial & social constraints, settled for KTM 950 SM.

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  1. Is this the “kinder and gentler” Russian army? Sure looks good to me. I’m going to keep my white flag handy in case I want to surrender.

  2. Russia known for excellence breeds beauty and sisters to be proud of …. Necessity has come to this as women are praised and appreciated and noted in an address by President Putin on International Womens Day from the heart….and love the gear

  3. Contrast the symbolism of the young beauty on horseback, backed by young men on a tank, as if to say, “you go near her, and this is coming for you,” and the image of German and Swedish beauties literally being held down, raped, and molested while their Zionist governments bring in more of the rapists and arrest the nationalists.

    • “…being held down, raped, and molested while their Zionist governments….”

      Brings to mind the fate of the female Russian officer/sniper who fell afoul of Article 58 and was forced to become the “camp wife” of a fat and ugly Jewish trustee to survive (mentioned by Solzhenitsyn in both “200 Years Together” and “The Gulag Archipelago”.

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