I just realized that I got the number of military satellites to be launched in 2005 wrong. The Space Forces is planning to place seven satellites into orbit using five launchers. If we assume that one of these is going to be a launch of three Glonass satellites, this leaves four satellites and four launches. This means that contrary to what I suggested in my earlier post, there is no room for a Strela-3 this year - these satellites are launched in pairs.

So far, there was only one military launch in 2005 - the one of a Parus satellite. A Molniya-M launch seems to be planned for June and a launch of a Proton-K at some unspecified time.