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Russian Military Deployments

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Attached link goes to a page which has detailed information for global Russian military deployments. The map depicts army groups down to the company level. Good for anyone planning on building a scenario or just for casual reconnaissance. I find it interesting that they have a lot of hardware on the boarder watching their buddies in Beijing.

Pictured below are units in the Donetsk region of Ukraine.

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And they don't have any troops in eastern Ukraine either. [:D]
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No they are no troops they are the peace corp. They impose Russian peace.
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I also go to that site often, too bad its not showing these latest movements -I think. But putting that together with Liveuamap.com helps.
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It looks awesome!
But at what level is that information reliable?

That information about military unit's positions should be private and secret right? In which sources does that map rely on to tell Russian army's locations? Is that info Public?

Edit:
There is any kind of similar web for other armies? Like USA, Spain, Germany, Turkey...
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ORIGINAL: rhinobones
Fixed the link.
https://www.gfsis.org/maps/russian-military-forces
Thank you, very handy map.
It will be interesting to study the army of your country so clearly.
Or maybe offer someone to do the same for NATO))
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ORIGINAL: Lobster
And they don't have any troops in eastern Ukraine either. [:D]

I would not like to start a senseless political debate, but I have to say that such serious conclusions should not be drawn on the basis of a map created by unknown Georgian propagandists.
What is designated here as part of the Russian army is actually a unit of the army of the unrecognized Donetsk Republic -
5й ОМСБр "Оплот" ,unfortunately the link is only in Russian.
I'm not ready to argue to what extent this army is created and supported by the Russian government. but these are definitely not Russian troops.
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