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On December 1, 2021, servicemen of the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation will go to training grounds, take places in classrooms and simulators to improve their professional skills during combat training in the new 2022 academic year.

Next year, the main priority of combat training in the troops will be to further improve the level of professional training of all categories of servicemen: officers, sergeants and soldiers.

The basis of combat training will be to improve the quality of military training measures for troops, while observing sanitary and epidemiological standards and preventing the spread of coronavirus infection, improving the training of military command and control bodies, headquarters of various levels in the ability to lead subordinate units, using the most modern automated control systems, communications and unmanned aerial vehicles.

An important place in the training of troops (forces) will be given to the organization of inter-service and interdepartmental training of troops, the improvement of the coordinated use of operational-tactical and army aviation, artillery and other tactical groups of combat arms in the interests of combined-arms formations.

For this purpose, it is planned to conduct more than 20 thousand combat training events. In the course of their implementation, the issues of the transfer of troops and marching training, the fulfillment of tasks for the comprehensive support of subunits will be worked out. More than half of the exercises will be held at night.

The practice of surprise checks of formations and units will be retained, during which measures will be taken to regroup units at unfamiliar training grounds for practicing practical actions with live fire.

Much attention is paid to improving the training material base of training grounds and training centers for conducting training in the composition of crews, combat crews and, in general, tactical echelon units up to and including the formation.

In 2022, 3 new landfills will be commissioned, 3,000 units of technical training aids, more than 170 sets of landfill equipment and automated control systems for training specialists will be supplied. About 500 training sites will be deployed to perform exercises for army tactical shooting.

One of the key points affecting the increase in the level of combat training and professional skill is the introduction of the spirit of competition in the troops. This is facilitated by all-army competitions (competitions) among the units of the military districts, the Northern Fleet, types and types of troops in order to determine the best crew, squad, platoon, company to participate in the International Army Games.

The VIII International Army Games will be held from 13 to 27 August 2022. During the games, it is planned to hold 34 international competitions among the units of the Ground and Airborne Forces, the Aerospace Forces, the Navy, specialists in the artillery, engineering and other troops. The organizing committee plans to attract more than 300 teams to participate in ARMI-2022.

This will allow the best military experts from different countries to exchange experience and improve the quality of combat training. More than half of the competitions are planned to be held in foreign countries. Invitations to participate in the games were sent to the military departments of more than 90 states. Russian teams will take part in all competitions.

Next year, the troops (forces) will continue to fight for the right to receive the name “shock”. It will be awarded to subunits from the battalion and above, which will achieve high performance in combat training, military discipline when performing special tasks and activities of daily activities.

The intensity of troop training will continue in the next year, 2022, during exercises of various levels, including international ones.

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