MIL OSI Translation. Region: Russian Federation –
About a hundred young children, pupils of the military-patriotic clubs of the Amur region, took part in the regional competitions in the military-sports game “Yunarmeysky landing”.
The grand opening of the competition took place on the territory of the airfield in the village of Tambovka, Amur Region. The deputy head of the Far Eastern Higher Combined Arms Command School (DVOKU) Fyodor Kositsyn, the military commissar of the Amur Region Denis Ageev, as well as the head of the DOSAAF of the Amur Region and representatives of the administrations of municipal formations addressed the participants with congratulatory words. They wished the participants of the competition to successfully show their skills in competitions and good luck in achieving high victories. At the end of the opening ceremony of the competition, a group of DVOKU cadets performed in front of the participants, where they showed the techniques of hand-to-hand combat with weapons.
The competition program consisted of several stages. Teams of participants must receive a package with a task, put on parachutes and make a parachute jump from a height of 800 meters to a site near the airfield. After landing and gathering groups in the competition area, the guys must hit the target with a training grenade, overcome the area with a barbed wire “in bellies”, pull out the conditionally wounded group commander from the “battlefield” and provide him with first aid. At the next stage, the guys overcame a smoky area in a gas mask and fired at electronic targets from a Kalashnikov assault rifle.
When summing up the results, the chairman of the RO DOSAAF of Russia in the Amur region and the head of the Tambov region presented the distinguished teams with cups and medals of the established form.
According to the results of the competition, the team of the Tambov region for the second time in a row took the 1st team place. The Tambov guys bypassed such formidable rivals as the Amur Cossack College and the team of the Amur Cadet College, which took 2nd and 3rd places, respectively.
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