MIL OSI Translation. Region: Russian Federation –
On September 4, at the Far Eastern Fire and Rescue Academy – a branch of the St. Petersburg University of the State Fire Service of the EMERCOM of Russia, a ceremonial swearing-in of 1st year cadets and the assignment of the first officer special rank “junior lieutenant of internal service” to graduate cadets took place.
The event was attended by State Secretary – Deputy Minister of Emergencies of Russia Alexey Serko and Deputy Head of the Rescue Department Viktor Yatsutsenko. Also, the ceremony was attended by the leadership of the Main Directorate of the EMERCOM of Russia in the Primorsky Territory, the St. Petersburg University of the State Fire Service of the Ministry of Emergency Situations of Russia and the academy, veterans of the fire department.
“It is a great honor to hand over the first officer’s shoulder straps. For each of you, this is a huge responsibility. Over the years of study, you must master the full range of skills and knowledge in order to save and be the first to come to the rescue. I wish you to walk this path with dignity, to be proud of your beret, to be proud of your title and the profession you have chosen, ”said Viktor Yatsutsenko, Deputy Head of the Russian Emergencies Ministry, addressing the cadets.
This year, 50 people became cadets of the Far Eastern Fire and Rescue Academy, and 60 people received the first special officer rank.
During the event, the guests were shown the combat deployment of the cadets’ crew to eliminate the consequences of a road traffic accident, as well as amateur performances of the creative association of the academy.
The Far Eastern Fire and Rescue Academy is a branch of the St. Petersburg University of the State Fire Service of the Ministry of Emergency Situations of Russia. The educational institution trains personnel for the units of the Ministry of Emergency Situations of Russia in the Far Eastern Federal District under the specialty and bachelor’s programs. In addition, on the basis of the academy, vocational training, retraining and advanced training of more than a thousand active employees of fire and rescue divisions annually pass.
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