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In North Ossetia, on the basis of the motorized rifle division of the 58th combined-arms army of the Southern Military District (YuVO), the second qualifying stage of the “Confident reception-2021” competition of the International Army Games has ended.

At the Shalkhi training ground, the teams completed the tasks of sending and intercepting encrypted messages from various communication facilities, and also deciphered the received messages, coordinated the communication center and repairing communication equipment in the field. Signalers worked out the laying of wire lines at speed, deployed secure communication channels, received and transmitted large amounts of data over a secure channel in automatic mode.

The main attention was paid to setting up communication networks, working out combat training tasks for the deployment of command and staff vehicles and hardware communications.

The servicemen performed tasks on modern special equipment, used R-166 radio stations, R-438 portable satellite communication stations, R-431AM digital radio relay stations, and R-149AKSh command and staff vehicles.

About 150 servicemen of the Southern Military District took part in the competition, more than 30 units of weapons and military equipment of the association were involved.

Servicemen of the communication brigade from Vladikavkaz became the winners of this stage, taking first place. The second place was won by signalmen of a motorized rifle formation from Dagestan. In third place are signalmen of a separate radio technical regiment stationed in North Ossetia.

The best crews of the formations will take part in the district stage of the “Confident reception-2021” competition, where they will demonstrate their professionalism. The competition is being held in preparation for the international stage of the ARMI-2021 competition.

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