NIE 11-14-85/D -Trends and Developments in Warsaw Pact Theater Forces, 1985-2000 (September 1985)
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Table D-1
Ground Forces Summary: (a)
Total Warsaw Pact (b)


1985

1990

1995

2000

Soviet

NSWP

Total

Soviet

NSWP

Total

Soviet

NSWP

Total

Soviet

NSWP

Total

Active MRDs

142

38

180

147

38

185

145

53

186

148

38

186

Active TDs

51

15

66

53

15

68

54

15

69

54

15

69

Airborne and other divisions

8

2

10

8

2

10

8

2

10

8

2

10

Total active divisions

201

55

256

208

55

263

210

55

265

210

55

265

Mobilization-base Divisions

13

12

25

3

10

10

9

16

25

18

16

34

Ready MRDs

50

27

77

43

27

70

44

27

73

45

27

72

Ready TDs

25

13

38

28

13

41

26

13

41

28

13

41

Not-ready MRDs

104

22

126

105

26

132

113

26

139

219

26

145

Not-ready TDs

27

3

30

26

3

29

26

3

29

28

3

31

Total divisions

214

67

281

211

71

282

219

71

290

228

71

299

New-Type army corps

2

0

2

9

0

9

9

0

9

9

0

9

Army Commands

29

15

44

38

15

53

38

35

53

39

15

54

Army Corps

11

1

12

4

1

5

4

1

5

3

1

4

a - In all the "Ground Forces Summary" tables the "totals" are not always additive. "Total active divisions" exclude “mobilization-base divisions.” However, "mobilization-base divisions" are included in "total divisions'" and as appropriate, with "not-ready MRDs" or "not-ready TDs."

b - DIA projects that all existing mobilization-base divisions will be activated by the end of 1987, that no others will be formed, and that the Soviet Ground Forces will peak at 210 active divisions and nine independent army corps.

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