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Servicemen of the railway connection of the Central Military District (CVO), stationed in the Omsk Region, moved to the Far East to build the second branch of the Baikal-Amur Mainline.

A military echelon, which includes more than 20 platforms with military and special equipment, wagons with property, as well as passenger wagons, will cover a route stretching over 5 thousand kilometers from the loading station in the Omsk region to the Dugda railway station in the Amur region. Bulldozers, dump trucks, excavators, tankers and other special equipment, as well as specialists of the railway troops, were sent to the site of construction work.

24 units of military equipment and about 100 servicemen will be involved in the construction of the BAM from the railway connection.

As previously reported, in total, the military railway workers of the Central Military District will build more than half of the second branch of the Baikal-Amur Mainline – 183 kilometers out of the planned 340 kilometers. About 750 servicemen and more than 400 units of military and special equipment will be involved in the work.

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