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More than 70 thousand servicemen of formations and military units of the Central Military District (CVO) have started passing the control check for 2021. Verification activities are held at landfills in the regions of Siberia, the Urals and the Volga region, as well as on the territory of Tajikistan and Kyrgyzstan. Combinations and formations of the largest military district in Russia are practicing actions for the transfer and deployment of mobile components of the control system and marching to the indicated areas.

The check is carried out under the general direction of the commander of the Central Military District, Colonel-General Alexander Lapin. Particular attention in the course of verification activities was paid to improving the use of reconnaissance and strike systems as part of units of missile forces and artillery, aviation and reconnaissance assets.

During the verification of combat training, the level of preparedness of the military command and control bodies and the ability to perform combat training tasks in any conditions of the situation will be determined. The event is intended to improve the level of training of commanders of all levels by introducing the experience of modern armed conflicts.

In total, over 70 thousand servicemen of formations and military units of the Central Military District were involved in the control check over the summer period of training, about 15 thousand units of military and special equipment were involved in it.

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The Central Military District is deployed on the territory of 29 constituent entities of the Russian Federation in three federal districts. The district structurally includes a number of foreign objects: the 201st military base on the territory of Tajikistan, the united military base in Kyrgyzstan, as well as units on the territory of Kazakhstan.

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