утверждение на уровне дивизии и корпуса

English translation: approval at the division and corps levels

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Russian term or phrase:утверждение на уровне дивизии и корпуса
English translation:approval at the division and corps levels
Entered by: Oleg Lozinskiy

03:45 Sep 5, 2018
Russian to English translations [PRO]
Military / Defense
Russian term or phrase: утверждение на уровне дивизии и корпуса
Это свидетельствует в пользу того, что ей было известно о его представлении к награде и утверждении представления, как минимум, на уровне дивизии и корпуса.
Andrew Vdovin
Local time: 12:13
approval at the division and corps tiers
Explanation:
Corps — Rifle, Cavalry, Artillery, Mechanised, Tank, Aviation and Aviation of PVO, and Airborne Corps.

Rifle Corps - formations that existed in the pre-Revolution Imperial Russian Army - were inherited by the Red Army. First suggestions for creation of large mechanised or tank formations in the Soviet Union were suggested based on development of doctrine for publication as PU-36, the field regulations largely authored by Marshal Mikhail Tukhachevsky, and was created where "In the attack tanks must be employed in mass", envisaged as "Strategic cavalry".[5] Although the name of "mechanised" may seem to the modern reader as referring to the infantry components of the Corps, in 1936 they referred to armoured vehicles only[6] with the word "motorised" referring to the units equipped with trucks.

Division — originally rifle or cavalry, later motor-rifle, tank, artillery, aviation, sapper or airborne. See divisions of the Soviet Union 1917-1945, list of Soviet Army divisions 1989-91
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Formations_of_the_Soviet_Army

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approval at the division and corps tiers


Explanation:
Corps — Rifle, Cavalry, Artillery, Mechanised, Tank, Aviation and Aviation of PVO, and Airborne Corps.

Rifle Corps - formations that existed in the pre-Revolution Imperial Russian Army - were inherited by the Red Army. First suggestions for creation of large mechanised or tank formations in the Soviet Union were suggested based on development of doctrine for publication as PU-36, the field regulations largely authored by Marshal Mikhail Tukhachevsky, and was created where "In the attack tanks must be employed in mass", envisaged as "Strategic cavalry".[5] Although the name of "mechanised" may seem to the modern reader as referring to the infantry components of the Corps, in 1936 they referred to armoured vehicles only[6] with the word "motorised" referring to the units equipped with trucks.

Division — originally rifle or cavalry, later motor-rifle, tank, artillery, aviation, sapper or airborne. See divisions of the Soviet Union 1917-1945, list of Soviet Army divisions 1989-91
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Formations_of_the_Soviet_Army

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Oleg Lozinskiy
Russian Federation
Local time: 08:13
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Thanks for your help Oleg!

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