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In accordance with the training plan for the Tula Guards Airborne Force, a 150-kilometer march was conducted with the young drivers who arrived for replenishment in the fall of 2020.

The purpose of the march was to provide servicemen with the practice of driving cars in convoys day and night. Each driver made a march in the military equipment on which he would later undergo military service.

The first to complete the driver training program and conducted the march were the soldiers of the Guards Parachute Regiment stationed in Tula. More than 70 paratroopers were involved in the march and about 50 vehicles were involved, including KamAZ vehicles of the Mustang family, which today form the basis of the Airborne Forces vehicle fleet.

This event is the final stage in the training of servicemen undergoing additional training in the positions of drivers of military vehicles.

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