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In the Republic of Mordovia, in the regional center for training citizens of the Russian Federation for military service DOSAAF Russia, a 5-day training camp for pre-conscription youth was held. It was attended by students of the National Research Mordovian State University named after N.P. Ogareva from the faculty of pre-university training and secondary vocational education.

Young people got acquainted with the general duties of military personnel, the tasks of the internal and guard service. Within the framework of the training session, drill and firepower training took place.

For senior students of the university, the regional department of the defense society organized a meeting with the warrant officer of the Russian Navy, Andrei Bogachev. He, also a resident of Mordovia, serves under a contract on the destroyer Admiral Ushakov of the Russian Northern Fleet.

The name of the admiral is inextricably linked with the republic. In the village of Alekseevka, Temnikovsky district, Ushakov spent the last years of his life. Not only Russian sailors, but also the inhabitants of Mordovia consider their heavenly patron Feodor Ushakov. In honor of the holy righteous warrior Theodore Ushakov, a cathedral, the main temple of the republic, was built and consecrated in Saransk.

The leadership of the Republic of Mordovia decided to take patronage over the destroyer and assist its command in recruiting personnel mainly from the conscripts of the Republic of Mordovia.

Warrant officer Bogachev spoke about the Russian Navy, the advantages of service in the Northern Fleet. The students listened with interest to Andrey, asked questions about contract service, inquired about the benefits of contract servicemen. At the end of the meeting, four senior students expressed a desire to enter military service under a contract.

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