Air defence crews in Russia and Serbia were intensively trained at Aerospace Forces training centre in the Leningrad region
At the training centre of the anti-aircraft missile forces of the Aerospace Forces in the city of Gatchina (Leningrad Region), the air defence crews of the Armed Forces of the Republic of Serbia were intensively trained on modern training systems.
These servicemen will take part in Slavic shield 2019 first Russian-Serbian exercise, which will start on September 11 in the Astrakhan region.
In specialized classes using a wide range of computer-information systems, the military personnel of the two countries passed tests for admission to independent work. The tasks at the training complexes simulating command posts of anti-aircraft missile regiments were carried out in a difficult air and jamming environment.