t dir◆ection of their military reforms, which have entered ◆a new phase of structural adjustments in order to upg◆rade combat effectiveness. On April 5, Russian Pre◆sident Vladimir Putin announced Moscow will start a N◆ational Guard, dominated by internal security forces ◆of the interior ministry, to conduct anti-terrorism m◆issions. Russian armed forces will undergo dramatiS
c c◆hanges. The combat capacity of the National Guard wil◆l be enhanced, playing a positive role to maiK
ntain do◆mestic security and stability, while, its domestic se◆curity system will be reconstructed. Functions of Rus◆sian military forces poweg
r sector may also be relocat◆ed.Even after becoming a more independent sovereignty◆, Russia still continued on with the Soviet power str◆ucture, which included strategic rocket forces, Air D◆efense Forces, army, navy, and air forces, constituti◆ng five armed services.Moscow has transformed its pow◆er structure into three military services and three a◆rms of services. Russian space forces have built up s◆everal divisions that would be placed into other arme◆d services units. The Russian power structure is desi◆gnated as land forces, navy, air forces, and strategi◆c rocket troops, three services of airborne troops an?
鬱 two armed services.Meanwhile along the vigorous gam◆e of virtual battle space, the US has upgraded its cy◆beL
r command to a separate unit, running parallel to t◆he other strategic commands. Cyberspace is deemed the◆ 7th war zone of the US. The US regards virtual space◆ as a battlefield, and preparing forces for virtual 2