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Russian Federation
Российская Федерация
Timeline: Night of the Living Alternate History (Map Game)
Flag of Russia (neon) Coat of Arms of the Russian Federation
Flag Coat of Arms
Russia 2001 (NotLAH)
Russian Federation in Green

Vassals in Light Green

Anthem "Gosudarstvenny gimn Rossiyskoy Federatsii"
Capital
(and largest city)
Moscow
Other cities St. Petersburg, Volgograd, Novgorod, Yekaterinburg, Nizhniy
Language
  official
 
Russian
  others Ukrainian, Romanian, Belorussian
Religion Russian Orthodox (41%), Muslim (6.5%), Atheist (13%), Spiritual but not Religous (25%), Other (1.7%)
Ethnic Groups
  main
 
81.0% Russian
  others 3% Ukrainian, 3% Belorussian, 3% Finnish, 2.5% Chinese, 2% English, 2% German, 1% Other
Demonym Russian
Government Federal semi-presidential constitutional republic
President Vladimir Putin
Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev
Area 17,196,193 km²
Population 145,356,375 
Established March 28, 1986
Currency Russian Ruble
Time Zone (UTC+3 to +12a)
Calling Code +7


History

With the dissolution of the USSR, Russia became its own independent nation, along with others such as Ukraine, and Belarus. Russia's current leader is Boris Yeltsin, and the Prime Minister is Yegor Gaidar. The economy of Russia is in a moderate state, even after the dissolution of the USSR. As of now Russia still is one of the world's main superpowers, and is one of the only nations to have a nuclear weapon arsenal.

Economy

Fossil Fuels

Most of Russia's oil comes from the mountainous Caucasus Region. Because of the Caucasus Region, Russia is the world's second largest natural gas producer in the world as well as the world's largest oil producer. Every day, approximately 9.93 million barrels of oil are produced. Russia also has the world's second largest coal reserve. In 1996, untapped oil reserves were found in Kazakhstan and Turkmenistan. With the finding of these new oil fields, Russia now produces more than 15+ Million bbl/day. Companies such as Lukoil and Gazprom were heavily invested by the Russian Private Sector. Which then led to international drilling of land, significantly boosting oil production of the Russian Federation to 18+ Million bbl/day.

Agriculture

The total amount of cultivated land in Russia is approximately 1,237,294 km2, the fourth largest in the world. Production of meat and grains has gently risen up over the years. The country soon turned from a grain importer to the world's third largest grain exporter. Russia is also a major contributor to the world's fish supply.

Energy

RIAN archive 305005 Leningrad nuclear power plant

Leningrad Nuclear Power Plant

As the world's largest oil producer while also being the world's second most natural gas producer and is ranked in 8th place for the world's oil reserves, Russia is considered an energy superpower. Russia is the world's third largest electricity producer in the world as well as the world's 5th most renewable energy producer in the world. Large cascades of hydroelectric dams are built along big rivers like the Volga. However, the hydroelectric potential of Siberia still remains unexploited. Currently, the country is the world's 4th largest producer of nuclear energy producer, all nuclear power plants managed by the Rosatom State Corporation. In 1996 investments from the Private Sector led to the construction of large scale electricity projects across Russia. At the Volga River the Rostov Dam is being built and spans more than two km. Its annual production rate will be about 40 to 75 TWh.

Science and Technology

Sputnik1

Sputnik 1

Russia was the first nation in the world to launch the first Earth Orbiting Artificial satellite, also known as Sputnik 1. The satellite was launched in 1957. In 1961 the first human trip into space was successfully made by Yuri Gagarin. Famous tanks of Russia include the T-34, the best tank design of World War II and further tanks of the T-Series include the most produced tank in the world, the T-54/55. As of 1996 founders of various computer manufacturers and software engineers moved to Russia to seek refuge from the infection. Companies such as Intel, Nvidia, msi, AMD, and ASUS were heavily invested in, which led to the major share holders being the Russian Private Sector.

Geology of Russia

Russia is currently the world's largest country, which extends over most of northern Eurasia.

Caucasus Region

The Caucasus Region is a mountainous region located on the south-western part of Russia extending off towards Georgia and Armenia. Tall mountains stand like obelisks dividing the old Soviet remnant states of Georgia, Armenia, and Azerbaijan from Russia. Most of the world's oil is located in the Caucasus Region and was also one the world's greatest battle ground's during the Great Patriotic War between Nazi Germany and the Soviet Union. As of this day a monument in the city of Volgograd (Formerly known as Stalingrad), named the Mamayev Kurgan stands tall to commemorate the Battle of Stalingrad (August 1942 - February 1943). An estimate of 1.4 million lost their lives in the Battle of Stalingrad

Ural Mountains

The Ural Mountains, or simply the Urals, are a chain of mountains that runs north to south through western Russia. The mountains lie within the Ural geographical region and are rich in various deposits, such as metal ores, coal, and semi-precious to precious stones.

Culture

Architecture

Since the Christianization of Kievan Rus' for several ages, Russian architecture was influenced predominately by the Byzantine architecture. Some well known pieces of Russian architecture located within Russia, is St. Basil's Cathedral, and the Russian capital building, The Kremlin.

Sports

Combining the total amount of medals from the Soviet Union, Russia is second among all nations by number of gold medals. Some popular sports within Russia include Ice Hockey and Soccer.

National Holidays

Moscow-parade

T-90 Tanks at the Moscow Military Parade

Victory Day is one of the biggest national holiday's within Russia; it commemorates the victory against Nazism in the Great Patriotic War. A huge military parade is held at Moscow in the Red Square. The parade is hosted by the President of Russia. Similar parades take place in other cities that have the current status of Hero City. Some Hero Cities include Volgograd (Formerly Stalingrad), St. Petersburg (Formerly known as Leningrad), and Odessa.

National Anthem

Anthem:

"Государственный гимн Российской Федерации"

"Gosudarstvenny gimn Rossiyskoy Federatsii"

"State Anthem of the Russian Federation"


Russia National anthemwithlyrics


русский перевод:

Россия — священная наша держава, Россия — любимая наша страна. Могучая воля, великая слава — Твоё достоянье на все времена!

Припев: Славься, Отечество наше свободное, Братских народов союз вековой, Предками данная мудрость народная! Славься, страна! Мы гордимся тобой!

От южных морей до полярного края Раскинулись наши леса и поля. Одна ты на свете! Одна ты такая — Хранимая Богом родная земля! Припев Широкий простор для мечты и для жизни Грядущие нам открывают года. Нам силу даёт наша верность Отчизне. Так было, так есть и так будет всегда!

Припев

English Translation:

Russia-our sacred state, Russia-our beloved country. A mighty will, a great glory Are yours forever for all time!

Chorus: Be glorious, our free Fatherland, Ancient union of brotherly peoples, Ancestor given wisdom of the people! Be glorious, country! We are proud of you!

From the southern seas to the polar region Lie our forests and our fields. You are one in the world! You are one of a kind, Native land protected by God!

Chorus

Wide spaces for dreams and for living Are open to us by the coming years. Our faith in our Fatherland gives us strength. So it was, so it is, and so it will always be!

Chorus

Current Stats

  • Stability: 50
  • Army Tech: 5.00
  • Navy Tech: 4.25
  • Industry: 5.00

Military

Active Personnel - 1,500,000 Reserve Personnel - 4,500,000

History

The Russian Armed Forces is the largest military force in the world as of 1989. With over 6,000,000 troops that are active and in the reserves.

Doctrines/Strategies

Since World War II the usual strategy for Ground Forces are Human Wave Attack tactics. However, with the fall of communism, these tactics can no longer be used. New tactics have soon been adopted into the Russian Armed Forces, such as Shock Tactics, Blitzkrieg, Carpet Bombing, Interdiction, and many more.

Strategic Deterrence

The Russian Navy has more than one hundred Nuclear Ballistic Missile Submarines, and Guided Missile Submarines in it's arsenal to ensure M.A.D, Mutual Assured Destruction in case the nation is under attack. However, with the end of the Cold War most submarines now roam along neutral waters instead of the United States and the coasts of it's allies.

Equipment

Army

  • Primary Weapons
    • AN-94 Assault Rifle
    • AK-05 Assault Rifle
    • Makarov Pistol
    • Dragunov SVD Sniper Rifle
    • PKM
    • RPG-27
  • Logistic Vehicles
    • GAZ-2975 Tigr
    • GAZ-3937 Vodnik
    • Ural-4320
    • Ural-5323
    • ZIL-135
  • Tanks
    • T-95 Tank - 6,500
      T-95bblueprintdesign(NotLAH)

      T-95 tank of Russian Armed Forces. Designs were based off the incomplete Merkava IV from Israel.

    • T-90 Tank - 13,650
      2-t90s-tank

      T-90 Tank

    • T-80 Tank - 7500 (In Storage)
    • T-72 Tank - 12,000 (In Storage)
    • T-62 Tank - 6700 (In Storage)
    • T-64 Tank - 7300 (In Storage)
    • PT-76 Light Tank - 7000 (In Storage)
  • APCs/IFVs
    • BMP-3 - 12,500
    • BTR-90 - 10,500
    • BTR-T - 8500
    • BMD-3 - 6750
  • Air Defense Vehicle
    • 9K330 Tor - 800
    • 9K35M3 Strela-10M3 - 2400
    • 9K33 Osa - 3400
    • 9K22 Tunguska - 2500
    • ZSU-23-4 "Shilka" - 5000
    • 9K37 Buk - 1200
    • 2K12 Kub - 1600
    • 9K49 Tesla - 1400
    • Pantsir-S1 - 1300
  • Self-Propelled Artillery
    • 2S1 Gvozdika - 600
    • 2S3 Akatsiya - 900
    • 2S4 Tyulpan - 30
    • 2S5 Giatsint-S - 240
    • 2S7 Pion - 40
    • 2S9 Nona - 280
    • 2S19 Msta - 100
    • BM-21 Grad - 1200
    • BM-27 Uragan - 400
    • BM-30 Smerch - 200
    • TOS-1 Buratino - 50
    • OTR-21 Tochka-U / SS-21 Scarab - 100
  • Field Artillery
    • 2A18M D-30 - 1800
    • 2A36 Giatsint-B - 1150
    • 2A65 Msta-B - 1050
    • M-46 - 50
    • D-30 - 1800
    • MT-12 Rapira - 450
  • Helicopters
    • Mi-24 Hind - 2450
    • Mi-26 Halo - 350
    • Mi-28 Havoc - 975
    • Mi-8 Hip - 4000
    • Mi-17 Hip - 2500
    • Ka-50 Black Shark - 100
    • Ka-27 Helix - 300
    • Ka-25 Hormone - 400
    • Ka-60 Orca - 1600
    • V-22 Osprey - 100

Navy

  • Battlecruisers
    • Kirov-Class - 13
      • RFS Kirov
        Kirov class

        RFS Kirov

      • RFS Frunze
      • RFS Kalinin
      • RFS Yuri Andropov
      • RFS Aksel Berg
      • RFS Revolutsiya
      • RFS Ukrayna
      • RFS Pyotr Velikiy
      • RFS Admiral Apraksin
      • RFS Admiral Botsis
      • RFS Admiral Cruys
      • RFS Admiral Dubasov
      • RFS Admiral Gromov
  • Aircraft/Helicopter Carriers
    • Moskva-Class - 2 - Decommissioned
      • RFS Moskva
      • RFS Leningrad
    • Kiev-Class - 4
      • RFS Kiev
      • RFS Minsk
      • RFS Novorossiysk
      • RFS Admiral Gorshkov
      • RFS Baku
    • Admiral Kuznetsov-Class - 3
      • RFS Admiral Kuznetsov
      • RFS Riga
      • RFS Admiral Ivan Botsis
    • Ulyanovsk-Class - 7
      • RFS Ulyanovsk
      • RFS Kuril
      • RFS Vorkuta
      • RFS Serov
      • RFS Kursk
      • RFS Tver
      • RFS St. Petersburg
    • Murmansk-Class (Ex-US Wasp-Class)
      • RFS Murmansk (EX-US USS Essex)
      • RFS Vorkuta (EX-US USS Boxer)
  • Cruisers
    • Kynda-Class - 4 - Distributed along the CSTO
    • Kresta I-Class - 4 - Distributed along the CSTO
    • Slava cruiser DN-SC-94-00156

      Slava-Class Cruiser

      Kresta II-Class - 10
      - Distributed along the CSTO
    • Kara-Class - 18
    • Slava-Class - 20
    • Sverdlov-Class - 15 - Distributed along the CSTO
  • Destroyers
    • Kashin-Class - 25 - Distributed along the CSTO
    • Udaloy-Class - 30
    • Sovremenny-Class - 40
    • Kanin-Class - 7 - Distributed along the CSTO
    • Kildin-Class - 4 - Distributed along the CSTO
    • Kotlin-Class - 27 - Distributed along the CSTO
      Sovremmennyclassdestroyer

      Sovremenny-Class Destroyer

  • Corvettes
    • Grisha-Class - 80 - Decommissioned
    • Nanuchka-Class - 20 - Decommissioned
    • Tarantul-Class - 16 - Decommissioned
    • Pauk-Class - 13 - Decommissioned
    • Bora-Class - 60
    • Parchim-Class - 24 - Decommissioned
    • Steregushchy-Class - 52
    • Buyan-Class - 53
  • Frigates
    • Neustrashimyy-Class - 64
    • Gepard - 48
  • Submarines
    • Foxtrot-Class - 74 - Decommissioned
    • Tango-Class - 18 - Decommissioned
    • Kilo-Class - 180 - Decommissioned
    • Juliett-Class - 16 - Decommissioned
    • Hotel-Class - 8 - Decommissioned
    • Yankee-Class - 34 - Decommissioned
    • Delta-Class - 18 - Decommissioned
    • Victor-Class - 48 - Decommissioned
    • Alfa-Class - 30
    • Akula-class - 25
    • Sierra-Class - 20
    • Typhoon-Class - 15
    • Echo-Class - 27 - Decommissioned
    • Oscar-Class - 25
    • Charlie-Class - 17 - Decommissioned
    • Red-October-Class - 80
    • Lada-Class - 90
  • Minesweepers
    • Natya-Class - 45
    • Sonya-Class - 72
    • Yevgenya-Class - 45
  • Amphibious Dock Landing Ships
    • Polnocny-Class - 68
    • Lublin-Class Minelayer-Landing Ship - 8
    • Ropucha-Class - 28
    • Alligator-Class - 14
  • Air-Cushioned Crafts
    • Zubr-Class - 9
    • Aist-Class - 20
    • Tsaplya-Class - 10
    • Lebed-Class - 20
  • P/M/T Boats
    • Kronshtadt-Class Submarine Chaser - 227
    • Komar-Class Missile Boat - 112
    • Osa-Class Missile Boat - 400
    • Shershen-Class Torpedo Boat - 123
    • Stenka-Class Patrol Boat - 114
    • Turya-Class Torpedo Boat - 51
    • Muravey-Class Patrol Boat - 16
    • Sarancha-Class Missile Boat - 1
    • Svetlyak-Class Patrol Boat - 32
  • Universal Combat Vessel
    • Doblestnyj-Class - 55


Air Force

  • Fighters
    • Su-27 Flanker - 1,150
    • MiG-29 Fulcrum - 1,500
    • MiG-31 Foxhound - 400
    • MiG-25 Foxbat - 1,100
    • MiG-23 Flogger - 3,000 - Decommissioned
    • MiG-27 Flogger-D/J - 1,000
    • Yak-38 Forger - 230
    • F-15 Eagle - 840
    • F-16 Falcon - 1,200
    • F/A-18E/F Super Hornet - 640
    • F/A-18s Hornet - 1,020
    • PAK FA - 180
      Sukhoi PAKFA(NotLAH)

      Sukhoi PAK FA

  • Ground Attack Aircraft
    • Su-24 Fencer - 1,200
    • Su-25 Frogfoot - 1,000
    • F-15E Strike Eagles - 670
    • A-10 Thunderbolt II - 1,080
  • Bombers
    • Tu-22M Backfire - 600
    • Tu-95 Bear - 500
    • Tu-160 Blackjack - 30
    • Tu-16 Badger - 1,500
    • Tu-22 Blinder - 200
    • Yak-28 Maestro - 1,000
    • MiG-32 Vampire - 8
  • Transport Aircraft
    • Antonov An-124 Condor - 40
    • Antonov An-22 Cock - 70
    • Ilyushin Il-76 Candid - 600
    • Antonov An-12 Cub - 700
    • Antonov An-72 Coaler - 60
    • Antonov An-24 Coke - 400
    • Antonov An-26 Curl - 300
  • Special Aircraft
    • Ilyushin Il-20 Coot (Radar Reconnaissance) - 150
    • Beriev A-50 Mainstay (Early Warning Radar and Control) - 40
    • Ilyushin Il-78 Midas (Ariel Refueling) - 50
    • Ilyushin Il-80 Maxdome (Command and Control) - 8

Nuclear Warheads


  • Estimated Amount of Nuclear Warheads - 8,420


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