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  • If anyone could show up anywhere with a few motor-rifle divisions, they would take us over as quick as it takes to take a potato to get from P. E.I to Calgary.

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  • The photo showed a reinforced motor-rifle company: 13 BMPs, 6 SP 122mm howitzers, 4 BRDMs, and a couple of the Soviet jeeps.

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  • "So far, four motor-rifle divisions," Nosenko answered.

    The Bear and the Dragon

  • The division lacked its organic tank regiment, however, the fist which gave a motor-rifle division its offensive capabilities.

    The Bear and the Dragon

  • They have one motor-rifle division in theater and four more heading up there.

    The Bear and the Dragon

  • Intelligence said that a complete Russian motor-rifle division was here, the 265th, and a Russian motor-rifle division was a superbly designed mechanized formation, with enough tanks to punch a hole in most things, and manned with enough infantry to hold any position for a long time.

    The Bear and the Dragon

  • We see eight division-sized formations, six motor-rifle divisions, one tank, and one artillery division.

    The Bear and the Dragon

  • Of the five motor-rifle divisions nominally under his command, only one, the 265th, was at eighty-percent strength.

    The Bear and the Dragon

  • Six motor-rifle divisions, a tank division, and a divisional formation of artillery, all regular-army formations at about seventy percent nominal strength and dubious training-that would be his first task, and not a minor one, to crack those uniformed boys into Red Army soldiers of the sort who had crushed the Germans at Kursk, and moved on to capture Berlin.

    The Bear and the Dragon

  • This was very good duty, better than tromping around in the mud with a motor-rifle company.

    The Cardinal of the Kremlin

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