Scouts of the Russian military base in Armenia train to engage fire targets of the mock enemy
At the Russian military base stationed in Armenia, scouts trained to engage means of the mock enemy within combat training
During the live-fire drills, the scouts practised firing from standard and special arms and combat vehicles. They also mastered skills of single-shot fire and close-in fire as part of sections in defence and offensive.
Applying the Syrian experience of warfare, the soldiers practiced actions to cover, bypass the firing positions of the mock enemy, infiltration and hidden exit to the border of the transition to the attack, using the Strelets modern complex and camouflage means.
Over 150 servicemen and 30 pieces of hardware are involved in the drills.