If the United States and Russia were to engage in a conventional war, the American military would most likely win hands down. That said, few people expect that to happen. Russia has aggressively undercut America’s 25-year claim to be the world’s leading superpower, and has re-emerged as the United States’ main military rival.
Both countries are involved in the Syrian conflict, which is currently at a standstill. As a result, the U.S. is complaining that Russia is influencing the conflict and is attempting to isolate Russia. But Russia’s involvement is weakening Assad’s government and is unlikely to lead to a major war.
The US army is the most powerful military force in the world today, with over three hundred million soldiers. In addition, Russia is the second largest in the world in terms of overall military power. But a military power comparison must consider several factors. For example, the US has a large population of 316 million people and a number of young men and women who are fit to serve. Russia has a total population of 145 million, with 46 million adults of military age.
Another factor in deciding the winner of the Usa Vs Russia naval conflict is nuclear warfare. Although both countries have reduced their nuclear arsenals in the last two decades, they still have thousands of nuclear warheads. A nuclear attack would negate any other advantages a country has. Besides that, Russia is also investing in a growing fleet of submarines, which can supplement its nuclear force and conventionally threaten the surface fleets of nearby enemies.