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Rus (special forces)

Rus' ( RussianРусь) was a special forces unit ( spetsnaz) of the Interior Troops (VV), of the Interior Ministry ( MVD) of the Russian Federation. It was a unit in the Independent Operative Purpose Division (ODON).

Rus was created on August 1, 1994. It traces its roots from the OMSBON, the Independent Motorized Infantry Battalion of Special Purpose (later ODON), which was created in 1964 from the 4th Battalion of the OMSDON. The dedicated role of the unit is counter-terrorism and direct action in times of crisis. Rus actively participated, along with other MVD units, in the military and paramilitary operations in Chechnya and the broader North Caucasus region along special forces units (including in the Budyonnovsk hospital hostage crisis and the Kizlyar-Pervomayskoye hostage crisis; in one incident, a whole platoon of Rus sent to Dagestan was eliminated in a roadside bombing attack). On September 1, 2008, Rus and Vityaz were deactivated and then merged into a single unit, the 604th Red Banner Special Purpose Center of the MVD RF Internal Troops, on the direct command of ODON.

Ruś

Ruś may refer to the following places:

  • Ruś, Podlaskie Voivodeship, a village in Łomża County, north-eastern Poland
  • Ruś, Olsztyn County, a village in Warmian-Masurian Voivodeship, northern Poland
  • Ruś, Ostróda County, a village in Warmian-Masurian Voivodeship, northern Poland
  • Ruś, the Polish name for the Rus' (region) in Eastern Europe
Rus (1903)

Rus (Russia) was a liberal-bourgeois daily newspaper published in St. Petersburg, Russia, from 1903 to 1908 with intervals and under different names like Rus (Russia), Molva (Hearsay) and Dvadtsaty Vek (The Twentieth Century).

Rus

'''Rus or RUS may refer to:

  • Rus (name) ( ''Rus' ''), the transliteration of the Slavic name for Ruthenia
    • Rus' (region), the associated territory
    • Rus' people, the people of Rus'
  • Historical states known as "Rus" are:
    • Rus' Khaganate, the formative phase of the polity during the 9th century
    • Kievan Rus'
    • Novgorod Republic
    • Kingdom of Rus' or Galicia-Volhynia
    • Vladimir-Suzdal Rus
    • The Tsardom of Russia or Muscovy
  • Rus, a legendary eponymous ancestor, see Lech, Czech and Rus
  • Rus (special forces), a unit of interior troops of the Russian Federation
  • Rus (1903), a Russian newspaper published intermittently from 1903 to 1908
Places - contemporary
  • Ruś (disambiguation), the name of several Polish villages
  • Rus, Jaén, a municipality in the Province of Jaén (Spain)
  • Rus, Sălaj, a commune in Sălaj County, Romania
  • Rus, a village in Dumbrăviţa Commune, Maramureş County, Romania
Codes
  • rus, the ISO 639-2 code for the Russian language
  • RUS, the ISO 3166-1 code for the Russian Federation
People
  • Arantxa Rus, Dutch tennis player
  • Rus (surname), a Romanian-language surname
Technology
  • Unofficial name of Prospective Piloted Transport System, a Russian proposed manned spacecraft
  • RUS, an acronym for Recipient Update Service, a service of Microsoft Exchange Server
  • Resonant ultrasound spectroscopy, a laboratory technique
Acronyms
  • RUS, an acronym for Rural Utilities Service, an agency of the United States Department of Agriculture
  • Rajshahi University School
  • Route utilisation strategy
Rus (surname)

Rus is a Romanian-language surname that may refer to:

  • Corneliu Rus
  • Daniela L. Rus
  • Ioan Rus
  • Laura Rus
  • Laurențiu Rus

Usage examples of "rus".

Aissur Aissur Rus was so glad to get away from Gilver that he volunteered to be part of the team that brought you back here.

Pawasar Pawasar Ras and Aissur Aissur Rus spoke for the Foitani from Odern, Solut Mek Kem and a colleague named Nogal Ryn Nyr for the Great Ones, and Voskop W Wurd and his chief aide Yulvot L Reat for the Foitani from Rof Golan.

The Swedish material is too insignificant to permit any general conclusions, but it appears that the Swedish Vikings were taller than the west Norse ones -- a difference which can still be seen in Scandinavians today, and which confirms Arabic statements about the exceptional height of the Rus.

Aissur Aissur Rus could answer, Pawasar Pawasar Ras and Thegun Thegun Nug limped into the chamber.

Aissur Rus, Pawasar Pawasar Ras, and Thegun Thegun Nug all bared their teeth at him.

Quand il y aura des courses serieuses en France, je me charge de battre tous vos anglais avec mes russes: nous verrons si le bai a la mode ne sera pas remplace par notre gris, qui est la vraie couleur du cheval.

Ballets Russes and primitivist painters such as Goncharova, Malevich and Chagall.

The fair country they looked upon was once more the filthy roosting place of the rus and those birds were rising again to circle and scream.

Rus and Scandinavia, for the earliest known rulers of Kievan Russia were the three Scandinavian princes Riurik, Sineus, and Truvor.

Pawasar Pawasar Ras and Aissur Aissur Rus spoke for the Foitani from Odern, Solut Mek Kem and a colleague named Nogal Ryn Nyr for the Great Ones, and Voskop W Wurd and his chief aide Yulvot L Reat for the Foitani from Rof Golan.

As soon as they were at the bottom, Aissur Aissur Rus spoke to them in Spanglish once more.

The tariqat was a broad covert means to reject RUSsianization, and RUS moslems embraced it.

No wonder that first the USSR, then the RUS, became alarmed as tariqats flourished in the Islamic RUS republics.

Ri- 34 TOM SWIFT AND HIS FLYING LAB cardo was saying, "and it is very strange that we have had no word from them in so long a time.

So, unless it was one hell of a coincidence, it looks like there was some coordination there between Carpintero and Rus Poultrez.