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Within the framework of the Army-2021 International Military-Technical Forum, the Mikhailovskaya Military Artillery Academy presented the latest and improved scientific and technical developments, models and rationalization works of the teaching staff, officers and cadets of the university.

The Academy presented expositions of scientific and technical activities at the forum sites in the Patriot Park. Specialists of the military higher educational institution have developed rationalization proposals, useful models, models and simulators for the successful fulfillment of the training and combat missions of the gunners.

For the first time, a 203-mm cluster artillery projectile with an off-barrel re-acceleration system was presented. It is designed to deal with a cluster of unarmored and lightly armored targets, as well as enemy manpower concentrated in the depths of the defense at a great distance from the front line. The design of the projectile allows you to reach a firing range of up to 70 km.

Also, the faculty of the 7th department (artillery weapons and anti-tank missile systems) has finalized the virtual reality simulator “Dilemma-3D”, which was first presented at the forum in 2020. New scenarios were added to the simulator for the calculation of the CAO for practicing technical training and combat work, as well as developing professional skills among students.

The Department of Physical Training of the Mikhailovskaya Military Artillery Academy has developed and presented a mock-up of a mobile tactical training and material base intended for the development of special qualities in servicemen in any conditions.

In addition, a model of a psychological obstacle course for the adaptation of servicemen to actions in extreme conditions was presented at the site located at the Alabino training ground.

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