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Mobilized are taught to overcome obstacles on tanks

Tank driving classes continue with mobilized citizens and volunteers at the Alabino training ground in the Moscow Region

Tank driving classes continue with mobilized citizens and volunteers at the Alabino training ground in the Moscow Region

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At the Alabino training ground in the Moscow Region, mobilized citizens and volunteers continue training in driving tanks and infantry fighting vehicles, as well as fire training.

“In the course of practical training, military equipment is driven over rough terrain, where crews overcome natural and artificial obstacles – slopes, descents, ascents, track bridges and anti-tank ditches. Military personnel perform training firing at moving and static targets that imitate the manpower and equipment of a simulated enemy. Shooting is carried out from all standard weapons, ”commented in Ministry of Defense of Russia.

Contract soldiers improve their skills in the use of weapons, technical and special means of communication and reconnaissance, not only at the training ground. Within the framework of theoretical training in training classes with personnel, classes are held on the methods and techniques of army tactical shooting, which will allow in practice to increase fire skills and prepare military personnel for confident actions on the battlefield.

MEANWHILE

At the training grounds of the Baltic Fleet in the Kaliningrad region, as part of working out the coherence of tank crews, the training of tank crews from among citizens called up from their reserve as part of partial mobilization continues.

They are trained in driving the T-72B3 over rough terrain, where the crews overcome natural and artificial obstacles – slopes, descents, ascents, track bridges and anti-tank ditches.

In the course of fire training, gunners of combat vehicles also fire from NSVT Utes and PKTM machine guns at ground and low-flying air targets.

The quality of training and the restoration of the skills of military personnel determines the further process of combat coordination of units and their ability to solve assigned tasks.

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