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On the territory of the Sakhalin Region, a project of the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation on the formation of a mobilization human reserve is being actively implemented.

Citizens of the Russian Federation who have entered into a contract with the Ministry of Defense and are enrolled in the mobilization manpower reserve are provided with modern equipment, cash payments, as well as all types of allowances.

Being in the mobilization manpower reserve makes it possible to take part in large-scale maneuvers, exercises, acquire excellent physical shape, improve their skills in handling small arms, and also learn how to work on modern models of weapons, military and special equipment.

Citizens who have entered into a contract with the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation to remain in reserve, thanks to their participation in planned activities, are constantly in good physical and professional shape

The reservists will have monthly classes for 3 days, and once a year they will have to undergo military training for up to 30 days, which helps to maintain military skills at the proper level.

In addition, being in the mobilization manpower reserve provides an opportunity to undergo retraining or advanced training in 35 universities of the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation in 159 civilian specialties and professions, which in turn guarantees the simplification of entering military service under a contract, including for officer positions.

When going to military camps and training sessions, the state compensates the costs of the enterprise to pay the average earnings of the reservists working there.

For questions of entering military service in the human mobilization reserve, contact the military commissariat at the place of residence or by phone: 8 (4242) 75-01-61, 8 (4242) 75-40-18.

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