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As part of a working trip to the troops of the Central Military District, the Deputy Minister of Defense of the Russian Federation, Lieutenant-General Yu-B.B. Evkurov, checked the progress of the meeting with the leadership of the combat training bodies of the RF Armed Forces and the commanders of formations.

In his opening remarks, the Deputy Minister noted the need for a meeting. “It is very important today to keep up with the times, to take into account the changes in the forms and methods of modern combat, including the experience of local conflicts. In addition, it is necessary to develop common approaches to the introduction of advanced forms of training and education of troops, ”said the Deputy Minister.

As part of the training session, the participants will conduct theoretical and demonstration classes on new forms and methods of tactical actions of the ground forces, taking into account the arrival of new models of weapons and military equipment, the use of electronic warfare and radioactive missile defense systems in the system of combating precision weapons and enemy UAVs, the development of new techniques by subunits to counter submarine sabotage forces and means, organization of psychological work in the course of combat training activities.

The training camp will take place at the Totsky training ground, the Caspian Flotilla and the Novorossiysk naval base. The objectives of the collection are: communicating the requirements of guidance documents for planning and recording combat training activities, maintaining knowledge, improving skills and consolidating skills necessary for organizing combat training in subordinate large formations, formations and military units, developing approaches to the introduction of advanced forms of troop training, taking into account the information received. experience.

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