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Subdivisions of the coastal missile complex (DBK) “Ball” of the Caspian Flotilla (CFL) made a multi-kilometer march in large combat vehicles overcoming difficult terrain as part of a special exercise.

The servicemen of the anti-ship complexes overcame about 100 km in heavy equipment and deployed the complexes at unequipped positions in the coastal zone of the Caspian Sea.

During the marching training, the missilemen worked out all types of support, carried out measures to organize marching security and conduct air defense, overcame conditionally contaminated areas of the terrain using individual and collective protection equipment, and repelled attacks from reconnaissance and sabotage groups of a conditional enemy.

Driver mechanics improved their driving skills when passing limited terrain on ups, downs and slopes, practiced movement along the coastal strip and forced water obstacles. During the training, the crews of the “Ball” complexes also worked out the tasks of withdrawing forces from the attack of a simulated enemy and secretly changed the positional area.

In total, more than 100 CFL servicemen took part in the special exercise, about 10 units of military equipment based on the MZKT-7930 all-terrain chassis were involved, allowing them to take firing positions on unprepared areas of the sea coast.

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