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The driver-mechanic of the Russian Federation team during the final stage of the International Competition “Excellence in Military Intelligence-2021” set the second record for performing exercises on an infantry fighting vehicle (BMP) in the entire history of the international army games.
During the V stage of the competition, the mechanics-drivers of the participating teams overcome a route length of 1200 m (of which 600 m by water), which includes two entrances and exits from the water from different banks. Also, driver-mechanics carry out maneuvering on the “snake”, overcome the “restricted passage” when driving on the water.
A member of the Russian team managed to reach the finish line in 6 minutes 7 seconds. The driver-mechanic of the Russian team broke the record, which was also set by the Russian team in 2020, for 2 minutes 45 seconds, the time was 8 minutes 52 seconds.
Earlier, a driver-mechanic from Russia showed the best time to complete the route on an infantry fighting vehicle in difficult terrain conditions in the entire history of the International Army Games competition.
In addition, during the final stage, participants in international competitions overcame a water obstacle in groups and made a 5 km march with live fire.
The V stage of the competition “Excellence in Military Intelligence” ended with army hand-to-hand combat according to the rules of the Olympic system.
On September 4, on the parade ground of the Novosibirsk Higher Military Command School, the results of the international competition “Excellence in Military Intelligence” will be summed up, and a solemn ceremony of awarding the winners and prize-winners will be held.
Six main teams from the Russian Federation, the People’s Republic of China, the Republic of South Ossetia, Belarus, Uzbekistan and India in full force, as well as eight single – these are the teams of the Republic of the Congo, Burkina Faso, the Republic of Mozambique, the Republic of South Africa, the Republic of Tajikistan, Cameroon, the Kingdom of Eswatini, consisting of one person each.
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