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Operation Kremlin Support

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Private. Secret Deployment.

Deployment:

1st Home Guard Regiment

x1,000 Home Guardsmen


2nd Home Guard Regiment

x1,000 Home Guardsmen



Strategic Airlift Squadron #1

x20 Antonov 70

x40 Pilots x160 Airmen




With permission granted by the Soviet Government in Russia for a deployment of 2,000 units to Moscow to support the new revolution, the Ukrainian Department of Defense would authorize Operation Kremlin Support and activate the 1st and 2nd Home Guard Regiments, the men of the Regiments would deploy from their base to the Kyiv Capitol Air Base. They would all carry AK-47 rifles, battle kits, grenades, extra ammunition, and medical kits. Each Squadron of 25 men would have two mortar teams and two heavy machine gun teams. At the Kyiv Captiol Air Base, the Strategic Airlift Squadron #1 would prepare to air lift all 2,000 men and their equipment, as well as bonus logistics, food and fuel for the Russian cause, from Kyiv to Moscow.

The Logistics crew at the Kyiv Captiol Air Base would ensure that all aircraft were flight ready. They would ensure that the aircraft were fully fueled and safe for take off. At this point the crew would and pilots would load into their respective aircraft. x7 of the Antonov An-70 Airlift Aircraft would be fully fueled with the troops. These aircraft would prepare to take on their soldiers, at which point the squadrons of the 1st and 2nd Home Guard would load into the aircraft they were assigned to. Each aircraft would carry 286 Home Guardsmen. Once they were loaded they would taxi and wait to take off. While this was happening the remaining x13 Antonov An-70 Airlift Aircraft of the Squadron would be loaded to max capacity of 47,000kg with supplies, including; rations, ammunition, explosives, medical equipment, radios, and other logistical equipment. They would then taxi into take off position.

With all aircraft loaded with their designated loadouts, the aircraft would taxi and take off safely, and cautiously, They would then climb to 30,000 feet and form a loose squadron formation. They would fly for Moscow, alerting Russian Air Command and Air Traffic Control of their impending arrival, seeking permission to land as well as a location.

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Deployment:

Active:

Yes

Country:

Russia

Branch:

Ground Forces

Garrison/HQ:

Kubinka air base


Name:

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Commander:

1st Motor Rifle Battalion

908 Motorized Infantry, 42 Strategic Corporals, 41 Sergeants, 8 First Lieutenants, 1 Majors, 1 Lieutenant colonels

34 Ural-4320

Kubinka air base

 

2nd Motor Rifle Battalion

908 Motorized Infantry, 42 Strategic Corporals, 41 Sergeants, 8 First Lieutenants, 1 Majors, 1 Lieutenant colonels

34 Ural-4320

Kubinka air base

 

3rd Motor Rifle Battalion

908 Motorized Infantry, 42 Strategic Corporals, 41 Sergeants, 8 First Lieutenants, 1 Majors, 1 Lieutenant colonels

34 Ural-4320

Kubinka air base

 

4th Motor Rifle Battalion

908 Motorized Infantry, 42 Strategic Corporals, 41 Sergeants, 8 First Lieutenants, 1 Majors, 1 Lieutenant colonels

34 Ural-4320

Kubinka air base

 

5th Motor Rifle Battalion

908 Motorized Infantry, 42 Strategic Corporals, 41 Sergeants, 8 First Lieutenants, 1 Majors, 1 Lieutenant colonels

34 Ural-4320

Kubinka air base

 

6th Motor Rifle Battalion

908 Motorized Infantry, 42 Strategic Corporals, 41 Sergeants, 8 First Lieutenants, 1 Majors, 1 Lieutenant colonels

34 Ural-4320

Kubinka air base

 

1st Artillery Battalion

908 Motorized Infantry, 42 Strategic Corporals, 41 Sergeants, 8 First Lieutenants, 1 Majors, 1 Lieutenant colonels, 64 Self-propelled artillery operator

34 Ural-4320, 16 2S3M2 Akatsiya

Kubinka air base

 

2nd Artillery Battalion

908 Motorized Infantry, 42 Strategic Corporals, 41 Sergeants, 8 First Lieutenants, 1 Majors, 1 Lieutenant colonels, 48 Self-propelled artillery operator

34 Ural-4320, 16 Prima Multiple launch rocket system

Kubinka air base

 

1st Mortar Battalion

908 Motorized Infantry, 42 Strategic Corporals, 41 Sergeants, 8 First Lieutenants, 1 Majors, 1 Lieutenant colonels, 64 Self-propelled artillery operator

34 Ural-4320, 16 2S23 Nona-SVK

Kubinka air base

 

2nd Mortar Battalion

908 Motorized Infantry, 42 Strategic Corporals, 41 Sergeants, 8 First Lieutenants, 1 Majors, 1 Lieutenant colonels, 64 Self-propelled artillery operator

34 Ural-4320, 16 2S23 Nona-SVK

Kubinka air base

 

1st Anti-Air Battalion

908 Motorized Infantry, 42 Strategic Corporals, 41 Sergeants, 8 First Lieutenants, 1 Majors, 1 Lieutenant colonels, 16 Self-propelled anti-aircraft weapon Operator

34 Ural-4320, 4 2K22M (1990)

Kubinka air base

 

1st Assault Gun Battalion

908 Motorized Infantry, 42 Strategic Corporals, 41 Sergeants, 8 First Lieutenants, 1 Majors, 1 Lieutenant colonels, 32 Self Propelled Assault Gun Operators

34 Ural-4320, 8 ASU-85

Kubinka air base

 

1st Combat Engineer Battalion

908 Combat Engineers, 42 Strategic Corporals, 41 Sergeants, 8 First Lieutenants, 1 Majors, 1 Lieutenant colonels

2 MTU-72, 4 BREM-1M, 34 Ural-432

Kubinka air base

 

6th Combat Engineer Battalion

908 Combat Engineers, 42 Strategic Corporals, 41 Sergeants, 8 First Lieutenants, 1 Majors, 1 Lieutenant colonels

2 MTU-72, 4 BREM-1M, 34 Ural-432

Kubinka air base

 

1st Signal Battalion

708 Motorized Infantry, 200 Signal Specialists, 42 Strategic Corporals, 41 Sergeants, 8 First Lieutenants, 1 Majors, 1 Lieutenant colonels

34 Ural-4320, 1 Kvant SPN-4, 1 BRDM-2UM

Kubinka air base

 

1st Medical Battalion

908 Combat Medics, 42 Strategic Corporals, 41 Sergeants, 8 First Lieutenants, 1 Majors, 1 Lieutenant colonels

34 Ural-4320, 1 BMM-1, 1 BMM-2, 1 BMM-3

Kubinka air base

 

1st Transport Battalion

908 Logistics Infantry, 42 Strategic Corporals, 41 Sergeants, 8 First Lieutenants, 1 Majors, 1 Lieutenant colonels

5 Ural-44202, 100 Ural-4320-19, 20 Ural-4320 Tanker

Kubinka air base

 

1st Reconnaissance Battalion

500 Reconnaissance Motorized Infantry, 1 Lieutenant colonels

8 BRM-3K Rys, 91 VAZ-2122 Reka

Kubinka air base

 

Active:

Yes

Country:

Russia

Branch:

Ground Forces

Garrison/HQ:

Chkalovsky Aiport


Name:

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7th Motor Rifle Battalion

908 Motorized Infantry, 42 Strategic Corporals, 41 Sergeants, 8 First Lieutenants, 1 Majors, 1 Lieutenant colonels

34 Ural-4320

Chkalovsky Aiport

 

8th Motor Rifle Battalion

908 Motorized Infantry, 42 Strategic Corporals, 41 Sergeants, 8 First Lieutenants, 1 Majors, 1 Lieutenant colonels

34 Ural-4320

Chkalovsky Aiport

 

9th Motor Rifle Battalion

908 Motorized Infantry, 42 Strategic Corporals, 41 Sergeants, 8 First Lieutenants, 1 Majors, 1 Lieutenant colonels

34 Ural-4320

Chkalovsky Aiport

 

10th Motor Rifle Battalion

908 Motorized Infantry, 42 Strategic Corporals, 41 Sergeants, 8 First Lieutenants, 1 Majors, 1 Lieutenant colonels

34 Ural-4320

Chkalovsky Aiport

 

11th Motor Rifle Battalion

908 Motorized Infantry, 42 Strategic Corporals, 41 Sergeants, 8 First Lieutenants, 1 Majors, 1 Lieutenant colonels

34 Ural-4320

Chkalovsky Aiport

 

13th Motor Rifle Battalion

908 Motorized Infantry, 42 Strategic Corporals, 41 Sergeants, 8 First Lieutenants, 1 Majors, 1 Lieutenant colonels

34 Ural-4320

Chkalovsky Aiport

 

3rd Artillery Battalion

908 Motorized Infantry, 42 Strategic Corporals, 41 Sergeants, 8 First Lieutenants, 1 Majors, 1 Lieutenant colonels, 64 Self-propelled artillery operator

34 Ural-4320, 16 2S3M2 Akatsiya

Chkalovsky Aiport

 

4th Artillery Battalion

908 Motorized Infantry, 42 Strategic Corporals, 41 Sergeants, 8 First Lieutenants, 1 Majors, 1 Lieutenant colonels, 48 Self-propelled artillery operator

34 Ural-4320, 16 Prima Multiple launch rocket system

Chkalovsky Aiport

 

3rd Mortar Battalion

908 Motorized Infantry, 42 Strategic Corporals, 41 Sergeants, 8 First Lieutenants, 1 Majors, 1 Lieutenant colonels, 64 Self-propelled artillery operator

34 Ural-4320, 16 2S23 Nona-SVK

Chkalovsky Aiport

 

4th Mortar Battalion

908 Motorized Infantry, 42 Strategic Corporals, 41 Sergeants, 8 First Lieutenants, 1 Majors, 1 Lieutenant colonels, 64 Self-propelled artillery operator

34 Ural-4320, 16 2S23 Nona-SVK

Chkalovsky Aiport

 

2nd Anti-Air Battalion

908 Motorized Infantry, 42 Strategic Corporals, 41 Sergeants, 8 First Lieutenants, 1 Majors, 1 Lieutenant colonels, 16 Self-propelled anti-aircraft weapon Operator

34 Ural-4320, 4 2K22M (1990)

Chkalovsky Aiport

 

2nd Assault Gun Battalion

908 Motorized Infantry, 42 Strategic Corporals, 41 Sergeants, 8 First Lieutenants, 1 Majors, 1 Lieutenant colonels, 32 Self Propelled Assault Gun Operators

34 Ural-4320, 8 ASU-85

Chkalovsky Aiport

 

2nd Combat Engineer Battalion

908 Combat Engineers, 42 Strategic Corporals, 41 Sergeants, 8 First Lieutenants, 1 Majors, 1 Lieutenant colonels

2 MTU-72, 4 BREM-1M, 34 Ural-4320

Chkalovsky Aiport

 

5th Combat Engineer Battalion

908 Combat Engineers, 42 Strategic Corporals, 41 Sergeants, 8 First Lieutenants, 1 Majors, 1 Lieutenant colonels

2 MTU-72, 4 BREM-1M, 34 Ural-432

Chkalovsky Aiport

 

2nd Signal Battalion

708 Motorized Infantry, 200 Signal Specialists, 42 Strategic Corporals, 41 Sergeants, 8 First Lieutenants, 1 Majors, 1 Lieutenant colonels

34 Ural-4320, 1 Kvant SPN-4, 1 BRDM-2UM

Chkalovsky Aiport

 

2nd Medical Battalion

908 Combat Medics, 42 Strategic Corporals, 41 Sergeants, 8 First Lieutenants, 1 Majors, 1 Lieutenant colonels

34 Ural-4320, 1 BMM-1, 1 BMM-2, 1 BMM-3

Chkalovsky Aiport

 

2nd Transport Battalion

908 Logistics Infantry, 42 Strategic Corporals, 41 Sergeants, 8 First Lieutenants, 1 Majors, 1 Lieutenant colonels

5 Ural-44202, 100 Ural-4320-19, 20 Ural-4320 Tanker

Chkalovsky Aiport

 

2nd Reconnaissance Battalion

500 Reconnaissance Motorized Infantry, 1 Lieutenant colonels

8 BRM-3K Rys, 91 VAZ-2122 Reka

Chkalovsky Aiport

 

Active:

Yes

Country:

Russia

Branch:

Airforce

Garrison/HQ:

Kubinka air base


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1st Kubinka Squadron

30 Pilots, 50 Ground Crew

15 Su-27S (Su-27 / "Flanker-B")

Kubinka air base

 

2nd Kubinka Squadron

30 Pilots, 50 Ground Crew

15 Su-27S (Su-27 / "Flanker-B")

Kubinka air base

 

3rd Kubinka Squadron

30 Pilots, 50 Ground Crew

15 MiG-29M

  

4th Kubinka Squadron

30 Pilots, 50 Ground Crew

15 MiG-29M

  

Active:

Yes

Country:

Russia

Branch:

Airforce

Garrison/HQ:

Chkalovsky Airport


Name:

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Commander:

1st Chkalovsky Squadron

150 Pilots, 50 Ground Crew

11 Il-76M, 4 Il-76

Chkalovsky Airport

 

2nd Chkalovsky Squadron

150 Pilots, 50 Ground Crew

15 Il-76

Chkalovsky Airport

 

3rd Chkalovsky Squadron

150 Pilots, 50 Ground Crew

15 Il-76

Chkalovsky Airport

 

4th Chkalovsky Squadron

150 Pilots, 50 Ground Crew

15 Il-76

Chkalovsky Airport

 

Active:

Yes

Country:

Russia

Branch:

Airforce

Garrison/HQ:

Stupino Airfield


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1st Stupino Squadron

150 Pilots, 50 Ground Crew

15 Mil Mi-26

Stupino Airfield

 

2nd Stupino Squadron

150 Pilots, 50 Ground Crew

15 Mil Mi-26

Stupino Airfield

 

3rd Stupino Squadron

90 Pilots, 50 Ground Crew

15 Mi-17

Stupino Airfield

 

4th Stupino Squadron

90 Pilots, 50 Ground Crew

15 Mi-17

Stupino Airfield

 

Active:

Yes

Country:

Russia

Branch:

Airforce

Garrison/HQ:

Monino Airfield


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1st Monino Squadron

30 Pilots, 50 Ground Crew

13 Su-25TM, 2 Su-25T

Monino Airfield

 

2nd Monino Squadron

30 Pilots, 50 Ground Crew

15 Su-25T

Monino Airfield

 

3rd Monino Squadron

30 Pilots, 50 Ground Crew

15 Su-25T

Monino Airfield

 

4th Monino Squadron

30 Pilots, 50 Ground Crew

15 Su-25T

Monino Airfield

 

Active:

Yes

Country:

Russia

Branch:

Airforce

Garrison/HQ:

Chernoi air base


Name:

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1st Chernoi Squadron

30 Pilots, 50 Ground Crew

15 Kamov Ka-52 "Alligator"

Chernoi air base

 

2nd Chernoi Squadron

30 Pilots, 50 Ground Crew

15 Kamov Ka-52 "Alligator"

Chernoi air base

 

3rd Chernoi Squadron

30 Pilots, 50 Ground Crew

2 Kamov Ka-52 "Alligator", 13 Mi-24VP

Chernoi air base

 

4th Chernoi Squadron

30 Pilots, 50 Ground Crew

15 Mi-24VP

Chernoi air base

 

Active:

Yes

Country:

Russia

Branch:

Airforce

Garrison/HQ:

Kubinka air base


Name:

Personnel:

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Commander:

1st Recon Squadron

480 Pilots, 50 Ground Crew

7 MiG-21bis (1972; Izdeliye 75; NATO "Fishbed-L/N", 11 Tupolev Tu-123 Yastreb, 8 Ilyushin IL-20 (Coot-A)

Kubinka air base

 

2nd Recon Squadron

480 Pilots, 50 Ground Crew

7 MiG-25RB, 11 Tupolev Tu-123 Yastreb, 8 Ilyushin IL-20 (Coot-A)

Kubinka air base

 

3rd Recon Squadron

480 Pilots, 50 Ground Crew

15 Ilyushin IL-20 (Coot-A)

Kubinka air base

 

4th Recon Squadron

480 Pilots, 50 Ground Crew

15 Ilyushin IL-20 (Coot-A)

Kubinka air base

 

Active:

Yes

Country:

Russia

Branch:

Ground Forces

Garrison/HQ:

Chkalovsky Airport


Name:

Personnel:

Equipment:

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Commander:

498th Airborne Battalion

1,000 Paratroopers

 

Chkalovsky Airport

 

499th Airborne Battalion

1,000 Paratroopers

 

Chkalovsky Airport

 

500th Airborne Battalion

1,000 Paratroopers

 

Chkalovsky Airport

 

1141st Artillery Company

350 Paratroopers, 40 Paratrooper Self-propelled artillery Operators

10 2S1 Gvozdika

Chkalovsky Airport

 

108th Mortar Company

350 Paratroopers, 22 Airborne self-propelled mortar operators

6 2S23 Nona-SVK

Chkalovsky Airport

 

3rd Anti-Air Company

350 Paratroopers, 13 Airborne Mobile SAM System Operators

4 9K35 Strela-10

Chkalovsky Airport

 

247th Light Tank Company

350 Paratroopers, 29 Airborne Tank Operators

8 9P148 Anti-tank missile carrier

Chkalovsky Airport

 

629th Combat Engineer Company

350 Paratroopers, 500 Airborne Combat Engineers

 

Chkalovsky Airport

 

743rd Signal Company

350 Paratroopers, 200 Airborne Signals Specialists

 

Chkalovsky Airport

 

3995th Medical Company

1,000 Airborne Combat Medics

 

Chkalovsky Airport

 

286th Transport Company

1,000 Airborne Logistics Infantry

 

Chkalovsky Airport

 

3995th Reconnaissance Company

350 Paratroopers, 500 Airborne Reconnaissance Infantry

 

Chkalovsky Airport

 

Active:

Yes

Country:

Russia

Branch:

Ground Forces

Garrison/HQ:

Kursk Vostochny Airport


Name:

Personnel:

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Billet:

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1st Armored Battalion

1,000 Mechanized Infantry, 168 Tankers, 1 Lieutenant colonels, 1 Brigadier

143 BTR-T, 56 T-80U obr.1992 Main Battle Tank

Kursk Vostochny Airport

 

2nd Armored Battalion

1,000 Mechanized Infantry, 168 Tankers, 1 Lieutenant colonels

143 BTR-T, 56 T-80U obr.1992 Main Battle Tank

Kursk Vostochny Airport

 

3rd Armored Battalion

1,000 Mechanized Infantry, 168 Tankers, 1 Lieutenant colonels

143 BTR-T, 56 T-80U obr.1992 Main Battle Tank

Kursk Vostochny Airport

 

1st Light Armored Battalion

1,000 Infantry, 224 Tankers

34 Ural-4320, 56 T-55MV-1

Kursk Vostochny Airport

 

2nd Light Armored Battalion

1,000 Infantry, 224 Tankers

34 Ural-4320, 56 T-55MV-1

Kursk Vostochny Airport

 

1st Heavy Armor Battalion

1,000 Infantry, 168 Guards Tankers

34 Ural-4320, 22 T-90A Main Battle Tank, 34 T-72B obr.1990g

Kursk Vostochny Airport

 

13th Combat Engineer Battalion

908 Combat Engineers, 42 Strategic Corporals, 41 Sergeants, 8 First Lieutenants, 1 Majors, 1 Lieutenant colonels

4 MTU-90, 2 BREM-1M, 34 Ural-4320

Kursk Vostochny Airport

 


Active:

Yes

Country:

Russia

Branch:

Airforce

Garrison/HQ:

Kursk Vostochny Airport


Name:

Personnel:

Equipment:

Billet:

Commander:

1st Kursk Squadron

30 Pilots, 50 Ground Crew

7 Su-27S (Su-27 / "Flanker-B"), 8 MiG-29M

Kursk Vostochny Airport

 

2nd Kursk Squadron

30 Pilots, 50 Ground Crew

15 MiG-29M

Kursk Vostochny Airport

 

3rd Kursk Squadron

30 Pilots, 50 Ground Crew

14 MiG-29M, 1 Mikoyan Mig-31M

Kursk Vostochny Airport

 

4th Kursk Squadron

30 Pilots, 50 Ground Crew

15 Mikoyan Mig-31M

Kursk Vostochny Airport

 

Active:

Yes

Country:

Russia

Branch:

Ground Forces

Garrison/HQ:

Borisoglebsk air base


Name:

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Commander:

6th Air Defense Regiment

1,816 Motorized Infantry, 80 Strategic Corporals, 80 Sergeants, 16 First lieutenants, 8 Majors, 7 Long range surface-to-air missile system Operator, 8 Radar Operator, 2 Lieutenant colonels, 1 Colonel, 1 Major General

1 1L119 Nebo-SVU, 1 S-300V (SA-12), 2 S-125M1 "Neva-M1", 68 Ural-4320

Borisoglebsk air base

 

7th Air Defense Regiment

1,816 Motorized Infantry, 80 Strategic Corporals, 80 Sergeants, 16 First lieutenants, 8 Majors, 7 Long range surface-to-air missile system Operator, 1 Radar Operator, 2 Lieutenant colonels, 1 Colonel, 1 Major General

1 1L13-3 Nebo SV / Box Spring 2D radar, 1 Almaz S-300PMU2 Favorit / SA-20 Gargoyle, 2 S-125M1 "Neva-M1", 68 Ural-4320, 1 Duga-2

Voronezh Malshevo air base

 

8th Air Defense Regiment

1,816 Motorized Infantry, 80 Strategic Corporals, 80 Sergeants, 16 First lieutenants, 8 Majors, 7 Long range surface-to-air missile system Operator, 1 Radar Operator, 2 Lieutenant colonels, 1 Colonel, 1 Major General

1 1L13-3 Nebo SV / Box Spring 2D radar, 1 Almaz S-300PMU2 Favorit / SA-20 Gargoyle, 2 S-125M1 "Neva-M1", 68 Ural-4320

Buturlinovka air base

 

9th Air Defense Regiment

1,816 Motorized Infantry, 80 Strategic Corporals, 80 Sergeants, 16 First lieutenants, 8 Majors, 7 Long range surface-to-air missile system Operator, 1 Radar Operator, 2 Lieutenant colonels, 1 Colonel, 1 Major General

1 1L13-3 Nebo SV / Box Spring 2D radar, 1 Almaz S-300PMU2 Favorit / SA-20 Gargoyle, 2 S-125M1 "Neva-M1", 68 Ural-4320

Kursk Vostochny Airport

 

10th Air Defence Regiment

1,816 Motorized Infantry, 80 Strategic Corporals, 80 Sergeants, 16 First lieutenants, 8 Majors, 7 Long range surface-to-air missile system Operator, 1 Radar Operator, 2 Lieutenant colonels, 1 Colonel, 1 Major General

1 1L13-3 Nebo SV / Box Spring 2D radar, 1 Almaz S-300PMU2 Favorit / SA-20 Gargoyle, 2 S-125M1 "Neva-M1", 68 Ural-4320

Kursk Vostochny Airport

 


On approach into Russian airspace, the Ukrainians would be granted permission to land at Sheremetyevo International Airport which was currently under locked with commercial flights having been canceled. However after being granted permission to enter the airspace, and told where to land they would be informed that they would be under escort by the 1st Kubinka Squadron. The 15 Su-27S (Su-27 / "Flanker-B") were fully fueled to max capacity, and crewed by Russian Airforce Pilots. With a full system and safety check having been undergone they would also be outfitted with 6 × R-27R and 4 × R-73E AAMs with it's 1 × 30 mm Gryazev-Shipunov GST-30-1 autocannon being given 150 rounds. One at a time they would fly up to an altitude of 30,000 ft before orbiting around the airport and getting into three wedge formations with 1,000 ft between each aircraft. Three miles between each wedge they would move to intercept the Ukrainian aircraft at a cruise speed of 839 mph.

However, the 6972nd Air Superiority Regiment detecting the Ukrainian formation with the aid of the 2nd Air Defence Division would quickly scramble to bring out 15 MiG-29M and fuel them. Their regiment had not sided with the Coup in Moscow, and this formation from Ukraine meant only one thing. The Ukrainians were coming to reinforce Moscow, which the Colonel of this Air Regiment did not want to see happen. Their reaction speed, however, was hampered by the slow speed and delayed response from the Air Defence Division which was refusing to shoot the Ukrainians down. They didn't intend to either, but rather to try and warn them off. They were armed with 4 × R-73E and 3 × R-27R with their 1 × 30 mm Gryazev-Shipunov GSh-30-1 autocannon with 150 rounds being topped off. One at a time they scrambled into the air, to an altitude of 40,000 ft at a cruise speed of
760 mph. Three wedge formations with aircraft spacing being 1,200 ft and distance between aircraft being 3 miles.

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The pilots of Strategic Airlift Squadron #1, in a loose formation allowing 1 mile of distance between one another, would receive the message to land at Sheremetyevo International Airport, as they broke into Russian Air Space, their sensors would be active, they would prioritize troop aircraft landing first, having them at the head of the formation, they would begin to descend altitude and prepare for landing, they were roughly 40 minutes from their first aircraft landing, the distance between Kiev and Moscow being relatively short. They would confirm their flight paths and signatures with Flight control at Sheremetyevo International Airport, as well as acknowledge the dispatching of a fighter escort.

As they descended they would make radio contact with their incoming fighter escort..

"This is Colonel Vasily Sherymentov of the Ukrainian Soviet Air Force, confirming fighter escort."

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"This is Podpolkovnik Sapalyov Yanovich of the 1st Kubinka Squadron. Fighter escort is confirmed. Can you verify your current airspeed? Over" the formations of Su-27S were closing in on the Ukrainian Aircraft, making a B-Line for them. While their aircraft was on scope, something else came up, and was no fast approaching."Podpolkovnik Sapalyov Yanovich here again, we have fifteen unscheduled aircraft showing up on the scope. They are ten thousand feet above... and approaching." going to the short-range he would quickly order a combat spread, which the Air Knight would do so with practiced precision. A vertical distance of 1500 feet. Three above, two bellows for each of the three formations.

"This is Podpolkovnik Chmykhov Romanovich of the 6972nd Air Superiority Regiment. Ukrainian Aircraft will turn around or be shot down. This is your first and final warning." The three formations of MiG-29M would also go into a combat spread, but they had the energy advantage. Still being a distance out from weapon lock range the three formations of Su-27S would begin to climb to try and get at energy, however quickly they noticed the MiG-29M formations climbed as well to maintain the advantage. So they ceased, not wanting to expend any further energy."Podpolkovnik Sapalyov Yanovich speaking. The Ukrainian Aircraft have the authorization to be in Russian airspace. You will disengage." Podpolkovnik Chmykhov Romanovich would quickly snap back."Authorization to help the coup you mean? Turn around or we will bury you."

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The Ukrainian Aircraft, consistently descending towards the airfield and its landing strips, would receive the radio notification of unknown bogeys approaching from above and to their rear. He would reply to the 1st Kubinka Squadron, "Cruising speed of 400knots confirmed over, we are going to descend and land prioritizing our troops." He would then switch to communicate with air traffic control at the airfield. "This is Colonel Vasily Sherymentov of the 1st Ukrainian Strategic Airlift Squadron requesting immediate permission to land our scheduled twenty Antonov An 70 airlifters, priority on Seven transporting troops."

Finally he would issue a command to his own squadron to break into loose formations, supply transports to descend slower, prioritizing the landing of the seven An-70 carrying the Home Guard Regiments. The Airlift Squadron could certainly get on the ground in a pinch, and they were putting that to the test here as the Colonel rushed his pilots into landing formation.

Now that he had issued his orders and communicated his intentions to his allies, he would attempt to radio the incoming 6972nd Air Superiority Regiment. "This is Colonel Vasily Sherymentov of the Ukrainian Air Force, we are on authorization from the recognized government of Russia, as well as the Government of the Ukraine. Any attack on Ukrainian Aircraft will be viewed as an attack on Ukraine."

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Without obtaining clearance or communication from the Russian Government, all deployed assets from the Ukraine would withdraw from Russian airspace immediately and make their way back to the Kyiv Air Force Base from which they had taken off from, they would maintain altitude and carefully change direction, maintaining formation and ensuring no accidents, once over Ukrainian Airspace, the formation would drop to a lower altitude and head directly for the Airforce base, air traffic control ensuring clear skies enroute. The formation would land safely and carefully, ensuring no accidents and the crews would taxi their aircraft to unloading positions. The Home Guard Regiments would disembark and help the logistics personnel on the ground to ensure speedy and orderly load off of supplies. Once all assets were unloaded the aircraft would be taxied into their secured hangars and maintenance crews would perform post flight checks and maintenance as needed. The Home Guard Regiments would return to base.

Operation would be considered cancelled at this time.

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Operation Ended
Following the collapse of Hardliner Communist support all operations would have been cancelled. The issue having been surprisingly resolved without much in the way of bloodshed or escalation. Much like before a massive organized movement of protesters had disrupted the movements of communist loyal forces. Lead by democratic forces they managed to get the Communist hardliners to stand down, and in conjunction with the approaching fleet gave the Democratic forces much needed leverage. However this all came at a great cost in stability. This forced the Yeltsin cabinet to focus on internal matters for the next two years.

All said and done, all military units would have returned to their initial locations and stood down.
 
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