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Russian Marines: "Victory is wherever we are!"

November 28, 11:55 UTC+3
First Russian naval infantry force was formed in 1705 and since than has fought in numerous wars
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Russian Marines are the amphibious force of the Russian Navy. First Russian naval infantry force was formed in 1705
Russian Marines are the amphibious force of the Russian Navy. First Russian naval infantry force was formed in 1705
Russian Marines are the amphibious force of the Russian Navy. First Russian naval infantry force was formed in 1705
© Igor Zarembo/ITAR-TASS
Since that time Russian marines has fought in numerous wars including World War I and II. Photo: Amphibious vehicles participate in Russia's Baltic Fleet exercises on the Baltic Sea coast
Since that time Russian marines has fought in numerous wars including World War I and II. Photo: Amphibious vehicles participate in Russia's Baltic Fleet exercises on the Baltic Sea coast
Since that time Russian marines has fought in numerous wars including World War I and II. Photo: Amphibious vehicles participate in Russia's Baltic Fleet exercises on the Baltic Sea coast
© Igor Zarembo/ITAR-TASS
Russian marines perform during a military show marking the 311th birthday of the Russian Naval Infantry
Russian marines perform during a military show marking the 311th birthday of the Russian Naval Infantry
Russian marines perform during a military show marking the 311th birthday of the Russian Naval Infantry
© Yuri Smityuk/TASS
Russian Marine troops use amphibious vehicles for operating in any regions and in any weather conditions. Photo: BTR-80 armoured personnel carriers during the Kavkaz 2012 exercise in the Caspian Sea
Russian Marine troops use amphibious vehicles for operating in any regions and in any weather conditions. Photo: BTR-80 armoured personnel carriers during the Kavkaz 2012 exercise in the Caspian Sea
Russian Marine troops use amphibious vehicles for operating in any regions and in any weather conditions. Photo: BTR-80 armoured personnel carriers during the Kavkaz 2012 exercise in the Caspian Sea
© Vadim Savitsky/ITAR-TASS
Photo: Armoured vehicles boarding the Peresvet major amphibious ship during an alert military exercise by Russia's Eastern Military District units
Photo: Armoured vehicles boarding the Peresvet major amphibious ship during an alert military exercise by Russia's Eastern Military District units
Photo: Armoured vehicles boarding the Peresvet major amphibious ship during an alert military exercise by Russia's Eastern Military District units
© Yuri Smityuk/ITAR-TASS
Russian Naval Infantry is equipped with amphibious tanks, mobile anti-tank and anti-missile systems and automatic small arms
Russian Naval Infantry is equipped with amphibious tanks, mobile anti-tank and anti-missile systems and automatic small arms
Russian Naval Infantry is equipped with amphibious tanks, mobile anti-tank and anti-missile systems and automatic small arms
© Yuri Smityuk/ITAR-TASS
Photo: BTR-82 armoured personnel carrier involved in the combat practice of naval Infantry of the Baltic Sea coastal defense troops
Photo: BTR-82 armoured personnel carrier involved in the combat practice of naval Infantry of the Baltic Sea coastal defense troops
Photo: BTR-82 armoured personnel carrier involved in the combat practice of naval Infantry of the Baltic Sea coastal defense troops
© Vitaly Nevar/TASS
Russian Marines' motto is "Where We Are, There is Victory!"
Russian Marines' motto is "Where We Are, There is Victory!"
Russian Marines' motto is "Where We Are, There is Victory!"
© Yuri Smityuk/ITAR-TASS
Photo: Members of Russian Pacific Navy Infantry artillery units on a firing exercise with Gvozdika 122mm self propelled howitzers
Photo: Members of Russian Pacific Navy Infantry artillery units on a firing exercise with Gvozdika 122mm self propelled howitzers
Photo: Members of Russian Pacific Navy Infantry artillery units on a firing exercise with Gvozdika 122mm self propelled howitzers
© Yuri Smityuk/ITAR-TASS
The total number of Russian marines now stands at about 12.5 thousand people
The total number of Russian marines now stands at about 12.5 thousand people
The total number of Russian marines now stands at about 12.5 thousand people
© Yuri Smityuk/TASS
Photo: Marines in snow camouflage take part in parachute training during a military exercise by Russia's Northern Fleet
Photo: Marines in snow camouflage take part in parachute training during a military exercise by Russia's Northern Fleet
Photo: Marines in snow camouflage take part in parachute training during a military exercise by Russia's Northern Fleet
© Lev Fedoseyev/ITAR-TASS
Photo: An armed marine soldier during an alert military exercise by Russia's Eastern Military District units
Photo: An armed marine soldier during an alert military exercise by Russia's Eastern Military District units
Photo: An armed marine soldier during an alert military exercise by Russia's Eastern Military District units
© Yuri Smityuk/ITAR-TASS
Marines are specially trained to perform sea assault and defend naval bases, important inshore territories and coastal facilities
Marines are specially trained to perform sea assault and defend naval bases, important inshore territories and coastal facilities
Marines are specially trained to perform sea assault and defend naval bases, important inshore territories and coastal facilities
© Yuri Smityu/ITAR-TASS
Photo: Marine troops of Russian Pacific fleet during military exercise
Photo: Marine troops of Russian Pacific fleet during military exercise
Photo: Marine troops of Russian Pacific fleet during military exercise
© Yuri Smityuk/ITAR-TASS
Photo: The Admiral Nevelsky major amphibious ship during an alert military exercise by Russia's Eastern Military District units
Photo: The Admiral Nevelsky major amphibious ship during an alert military exercise by Russia's Eastern Military District units
Photo: The Admiral Nevelsky major amphibious ship during an alert military exercise by Russia's Eastern Military District units
© Yuri Smityuk/ITAR-TASS
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Russian Marines are the amphibious force of the Russian Navy. First Russian naval infantry force was formed in 1705
© Igor Zarembo/ITAR-TASS
Since that time Russian marines has fought in numerous wars including World War I and II. Photo: Amphibious vehicles participate in Russia's Baltic Fleet exercises on the Baltic Sea coast
© Igor Zarembo/ITAR-TASS
Russian marines perform during a military show marking the 311th birthday of the Russian Naval Infantry
© Yuri Smityuk/TASS
Russian Marine troops use amphibious vehicles for operating in any regions and in any weather conditions. Photo: BTR-80 armoured personnel carriers during the Kavkaz 2012 exercise in the Caspian Sea
© Vadim Savitsky/ITAR-TASS
Photo: Armoured vehicles boarding the Peresvet major amphibious ship during an alert military exercise by Russia's Eastern Military District units
© Yuri Smityuk/ITAR-TASS
Russian Naval Infantry is equipped with amphibious tanks, mobile anti-tank and anti-missile systems and automatic small arms
© Yuri Smityuk/ITAR-TASS
Photo: BTR-82 armoured personnel carrier involved in the combat practice of naval Infantry of the Baltic Sea coastal defense troops
© Vitaly Nevar/TASS
Russian Marines' motto is "Where We Are, There is Victory!"
© Yuri Smityuk/ITAR-TASS
Photo: Members of Russian Pacific Navy Infantry artillery units on a firing exercise with Gvozdika 122mm self propelled howitzers
© Yuri Smityuk/ITAR-TASS
The total number of Russian marines now stands at about 12.5 thousand people
© Yuri Smityuk/TASS
Photo: Marines in snow camouflage take part in parachute training during a military exercise by Russia's Northern Fleet
© Lev Fedoseyev/ITAR-TASS
Photo: An armed marine soldier during an alert military exercise by Russia's Eastern Military District units
© Yuri Smityuk/ITAR-TASS
Marines are specially trained to perform sea assault and defend naval bases, important inshore territories and coastal facilities
© Yuri Smityu/ITAR-TASS
Photo: Marine troops of Russian Pacific fleet during military exercise
© Yuri Smityuk/ITAR-TASS
Photo: The Admiral Nevelsky major amphibious ship during an alert military exercise by Russia's Eastern Military District units
© Yuri Smityuk/ITAR-TASS

The Naval Infantry Day was celebrated in Russia on November 27. First Russian naval infantry force was formed in 1705 and since than has fought in numerous wars. Russian Marines are equipped with amphibious tanks, mobile anti-tank and anti-missile systems and automatic small arms to operate in any regions and in any weather conditions. The total number of Russian marines now stands at about 12.5 thousand people. Russian Marines' motto is "Where We Are, There is Victory!" Photos of Russian naval infantry force in a gallery by TASS

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