Russia used targets that simulated drones in its drill in Tajikistan.
According to the statement made by the Central Military District Press Office in Moscow on July 22, Russia’s armored and motorized armed troops used simulated aircraft for the first time in tactical drills at the 201st Military Base in Tajikistan.
“The targets simulating unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV) were used for the first time during the drills,” the press office said in a statement. It is among the new types of targets due to the increasing role of UAVs and the conclusions drawn from the analysis of the current military conflicts. ”
“Communication and Coordination is aimed”
For two days, the motorized armed forces, supported by the crew and artillery troops of the T-72 tanks, aim to specialize in adapting to all affiliate and support teams while fulfilling the condition of using all weapons under today’s conditions. They also practice how the troops will attack enemy defense on the frontline, advantageous spots, and hiding positions.
During the two days, the motorized armed units, supported by crews of T-72 tanks and artillery units, aimed to specialize in adapting to all affiliate and support teams while fulfilling the requirement for the use of all weapons in today’s conditions. The statement also mentioned how the troops practiced on the frontline against the enemy defense, practicing advantageous spots and hiding positions.
About 500 personnel and more than 50 variants of weapons and ammunition and military software were used as part of the exercise.
The 201st Military Base in Tajikistan, the Kant Integrated Military Base in Kyrgyzstan and troops stationed in the Kazakhstan region.
“Russia remains in Tajikistan until 2042”
The 201st military base, stationed in Tajikistan, is the largest Russian facility located outside Russia’s borders. The base is stationed in the cities of Dushanbe and Bokhtar. The military base has T-72 tanks, BTR-82A armored personnel carriers, Grad multiple rocket launcher systems, Gvozdika and Akatsiya artillery systems.
Under the terms of the agreement signed in October 2012, Russia’s military base in Tajikistan will remain until 2042.