MIL OSI Translation. Region: Russian Federation –
Russian military personnel became winners in nine completed competitions of the International Army Games-2021, held in the Russian Federation, the State of Qatar, and the Islamic Republic of Iran.
At the same time, Russian teams set six world records in the “Marine Landing”, “Masters of Armored Vehicles” and “Military Rally” competitions. In six more completed contests “Equestrian Marathon”, “Sea Cup”, “Safe Route”, “Engineering Formula”, “Meridian”, “Sayan March” the contestants performed without penalty points.
At present, the Russian Federation is ranked first in the team classification in the intermediate ranking of the countries participating in the games and is confidently leading in eight more competitions. In addition, according to preliminary estimates, in 33 out of 34 competitions, Russian military personnel take prizes.
More than 20 world records were set in seven competitions of the International Army Games in the first competitive week. Most of them – 13 records – updated the achievements of last year and belong to the Russian Federation, another eight – to the representatives of the PRC and the Republic of Uzbekistan.
Currently, out of 34 contests for ARMI-2021, nine have been completed. In total, more than 5 thousand servicemen, consisting of 277 teams from 42 countries, take part in the ARMI-2021 competitions.
The Games are held from August 22 to September 4 simultaneously at 23 training grounds and in the waters of 3 seas – the Caspian, Arabian and Japanese. The competitions are accepted by 11 countries: Algeria, Armenia, Belarus, Vietnam, Iran, Qatar, Kazakhstan, China, Serbia, Uzbekistan and Russia.
11 polygons were provided by the Russian Federation. The test sites are located within the boundaries of four military districts – Western, Southern, Central and Eastern: from Vladivostok to Moscow, from Tyumen to the mountains of the North Caucasus. 12 landfills are operated outside the Russian Federation on the territory of 10 countries from Vietnam to Algeria.
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