Airborne Forces to Get New Command Control Systems in 2013
MOSCOW, December 24 (RIA Novosti) - Russia's Airborne Assault Forces (AAF) will start taking delivery of new Andromeda-D automated command and control systems (CCS) next year, the Defense Ministry said on Monday.
The first Andromeda-D systems will be deployed in four AAF divisions across Russia: in Novorossiisk, Ivanovo, Tula and Ulyanovsk, ministry spokesman Col Alexander Kucherenko said.
The system, which uses digital telecommunication equipment, can be deployed at fixed-site or mobile command and control stations and is geared to AAF specifics as a highly mobile military service.
It will take up to three years and about 4.5 billion rubles to complete the transition to the new system, AAF chief Col Gen Vladimir Shamanov said.
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