Feeling the shoulder of a comrade: Russian and Belarusian servicemen conduct combat fitting-out exercises in Belarus
Russian and Belarusian servicemen carrying out combat fitting operations in Belarus
Crews take up firing positions and start searching for targets to destroy them. Coherence in the work of the crews is extremely important here. Soldiers must understand each other at a glance. Everyone must know what to do.
One second and the guided missile is flying in a spiral towards the target to be eliminated. Operating on a “shoot and forget” principle, the anti-tank weapon is one of the most highly accurate and therefore dangerous anti-tank weapons of the infantry today.
The training complex is used for simulated engagements in urban environments, including sweeping the interior of buildings.
There are many rooms in the labyrinth. The fighters shall enter each of them, making sure to cover each other. That’s how the twins get together. Here the servicemen work as a team. In the literal sense, feeling the comrade’s shoulder.
Deep in the pine forest, there are exercises in controlling military equipment. On the one hand, it resembles an extreme driving course, but on the other a snow rally. In the conditions of the off-road, where it is not easy to pass even for a man – the snow is loose and very deep, the vehicles move smoothly, without stopping and stopping.
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