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Select developments in Soviet airborne computer technology, 1958-1977

Andrew A. Michta

Select developments in Soviet airborne computer technology, 1958-1977

based on interviews with Henry E. Firdman

by Andrew A. Michta

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Published by Delphic Associates in Falls Church, VA (7700 Leesburg Pike, #250, Falls Church 22043) .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Airborne computers.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Andrew A. Michta, John F. Passafiume.
    ContributionsPassafiume, John F., Firdman, G. R., Delphic Associates.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTL671 .M46 1986
    The Physical Object
    Paginationviii, 76 leaves :
    Number of Pages76
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL2423640M
    LC Control Number87108922

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Select developments in Soviet airborne computer technology, 1958-1977 by Andrew A. Michta Download PDF EPUB FB2

A member of the Russian Federation's Academy of Natural Sciences, he has written or co-authored more than 60 books and self-published studies and atlases, as well as hundreds of articles on Soviet military strategy, intelligence, and deception and the history of the Red (Soviet) Army, Soviet (Russian) military history, and World War by: 6.

A graduate of the Virginia Military Institute, the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and the U.S. Army's Command and General Staff College, Defense Language Institute, Institute for Russian and Eastern European Studies, and US Army War College, before retiring from the U.S.

Army in DecemberColonel David M. Glantz served for over 30 years in various field artillery. Now Russian theorists tackle the problems posed to such operations by high-precision weaponry. This work, using newly released and formerly classified Soviet and East German archives, provides a detailed record of the performance of Soviet airborne forces during peace and war.

David M. Glantz is an American military historian and the editor of The Journal of Slavic Military Studies. Glantz received degrees in history from the Virginia Military Institute and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and is a graduate of the U.S.

Army Command and General Staff College, Defense Language Institute, Institute for Russian and Eastern European Studies, and U.S. Army /5. Review - Book, A History of Soviet Airborne Forces Whilst the bulk of the book talks to the evolution of Soviet Airborne organisation and use throughout WW2, it illustrates effectively the type of operations talked to in the Select developments in Soviet airborne computer technology war doctrine whilst highlighting the somewhat hazardous nature of delivering Airborne units by parachute into the enemy's rear.

In this paper the author explains the roles and general capabilities of Soviet airborne forces and the nature of Soviet airborne operations. Considering that at present the USSR is believed to have eight active-duty airborne divisions, the importance and widespread use of this type of force in a future war must be considered.

In demonstrating the ability of Russian airborne and partisan forces to survive and fight behind German lines for months at a time, it provides us with an instructive example of how Soviet special operations troops probably plan to operate in future wars. SOVIET COMPUTERS IN THE s 0 0 0 0 Standardization of computer designs across the entire CMEA market area seemed to promise economies of scale and specialization.

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The genesis of the delegation and its itinerary in the Soviet Union are traced. The state of the art in Soviet computer technology as observed by the delegates is examined, showing the development, construction, applications, routines, and components of the major Soviet computing machines.

The Soviet (now Russian) computer industry has lagged many years behind the West. Still, from the s to the s, designers boosted processing speed and memory size, while reducing size and. technology developments in the Soviet Union has remained elusive even after this nation’s breakup in the early s.

Professor Boris Malinovsky was the first Soviet-era computer practitioner to publish a full-length Russian language book on the history of Soviet computing inIstoriya vuichislitelnoi.

Buy A History of Soviet Airborne Forces (Soviet Russian Military Theory and Practice) 1 by Glantz, David M. (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Author: David M. Glantz. The history of Soviet airborne forces. [David M Glantz] Millennium- " Colonel Glantz is arguably the West"s finest Soviet military historian and his book on the Soviet airforce will do nothing to diminish his reputation as a meticulous scholar and elegant writer.

It is an epic survey of Soviet airborne operations, built firmly upon wide and. In the spirit of detente, in the Nixon administration decided to relax export restrictions on computer hardware and raised the allowed computing power to 32 million bits per second.

Inthe Soviet Union placed an order with IBM to supply process-control and management computers for its new Kamaz truck plant. This is the list of Soviet computer systems. The Russian abbreviation EVM (ЭВМ), present in some of the names below, means “electronic computing machine” (Russian:.

The Revolution Betrayed: What Is the Soviet Union and Where Is It Going. (Russian: Преданная революция: Что такое СССР и куда он идет?) is a book published in by the exiled Soviet Bolshevik leader Leon work analyzed and criticized the course of historical development in the Soviet Union following the death of Lenin in and is Author: Leon Trotsky.

>Can anyone cite sources and details of Soviet airborne operations >in WWII. In September1st, 3rd and 5th Guards Airborne Brigades were dropped over the Dneiper River to secure a bridgehead for advancing Soviet ground forces, Operation was a failure as the paratroops were to scattered to form a force of effective size.

Also in January Soviet Military Power, [] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Soviet Military Power, /5(1). Loading. The US was ahead in some areas, the Soviet were ahead in others. The US DOD actually asked themselves this question in as well. The Americans projected that based on their current knowledge of Soviet technology they had a unquestionable lead in 23 scientific areas.

And the US had a lead in 18 areas.A New Force in the Soviet Computer Industry: The Reorganization of the USSR Academy of Sciences in the Computer Field its probability of success in affecting the future progress of Soviet computer technology, and its implications for the development of Soviet high technologies in general.Soviet Science and Technology.

Compiled from papers and discussions at a National Science Foundation Workshop, this book takes as main subjects the Soviet science policy and organization, the relationships with the economic and political systems, the dependence on Western technology, and prospects for cooperation between the USA and the USSR.