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At the Opuk combined arms range of the Southern Military District (YuVO), located in the southeastern part of the Crimean Peninsula on the Black Sea coast, a firing camp is equipped to perform firing practice exercises from all types of weapons of a motorized rifle formation.

For five kilometers, there are directors for tanks, infantry fighting vehicles, armored personnel carriers, shooting fields for artillery and self-propelled gun mounts, multiple launch rocket systems and various small arms from machine guns to grenade launchers.

The commander of the Southern Military District, General of the Army Alexander Dvornikov, instructed to provide the shooting range with the most modern target equipment.

“The training ground should become the main place of professional training for the military corps of the Black Sea Fleet, its territory allows intensive training in firepower and driving simultaneously with specialists from all units of military units of the coastal forces of the Black Sea Fleet,” General of the Army Alexander Dvornikov emphasized.

The Commander of the Southern Military District in the new firing town assessed the organization of the control test of the motorized rifle formations of the 58th Combined Arms Army of the Southern Military District. At the same time, he set the task of testing the practical skills of operators of the Fagot and Chrysanthemum anti-tank guided complexes at the test site.

The control check of the troops of the Southern Military District for the winter period of training is carried out according to the approved plan for the training of troops for 2021 under the leadership of the Commander of the Southern Military District, Army General Alexander Dvornikov. It involves the troops of all the district’s associations, including the Black Sea Fleet and the Caspian Flotilla.

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