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As a determinant of Soviet policy in peacetime, the 1970s warrelated requirements were less urgent than those of the 1960s. Under the 1960s strategy, denying the United States the option of withholding sea-based nuclear systems was critical to not losing the war, and 27 the mission had to be discharged at the very onset of war. The Soviet Union was therefore prepared to accept significant political and economic costs to gain peacetime access to the facilities, such as those in Egypt, that were needed to support that mission.
At this time, there are believed to be almost 2,000 Soviet military advisers with the Libyan armed forces, supported by 750-1,500 personnel from Eastern Europe, Cuba and North Korea. These advisers play a key role in training, maintenance and logistics, and supporting virtually every technical requirement of the Libyan armed forces. 24 The Soviet interest in reinforcing its presence in the Middle East was responsible for pulling it to the edge of conflict during the 1982 Lebanon war. As in the past, the catalyst for Soviet involvement was the military defeat of a local client, in this case Syria's decisive defeat in the air campaign conducted between June and September.
8 This continued until summer 1964, when the Soviet Navy first began to experiment with the use of offshore bases or fleet anchorages as a partial substitute for the use of shore-based replenishment and repair works. In the parlance of the Soviet fleet, such anchorages are known as a 'floating rear', and have come to feature a repair ship, a destroyer or submarine tender, often a barracks ship, a supply barge, and occasionally even an expedient dry dock. While the concept of the offshore base was still under development in 1964, auxiliary anchorages were nevertheless able to provide the navy with sufficient access to fuel, water, dry stores, spare parts and minor maintenance services to permit the Black Sea Aeet once again to establish a permanent regional presence.
Prospects for Security in the Mediterranean by Robert O'Neill