MIL OSI Translation. Region: Russian Federation –
The crew of the International Space Station, consisting of Anton Shkaplerov and Pyotr Dubrov, congratulated strategic missile engineers from orbit on the 62nd anniversary of the formation of the troops.
In space, from the Soyuz MS-17 spacecraft, warm words sounded to the servicemen of the Rocket Forces, their families, scientists, designers and specialists of the military-industrial complex, veterans of the Strategic Missile Forces:
“On board the International Space Station, please accept my sincere congratulations on the Day of the Strategic Missile Forces, which is celebrated in the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation on December 17. The Strategic Missile Forces have always been and remain a reliable guarantor of national security and protection of the interests of our Fatherland.
Today, the personnel of the troops are successfully mastering new strategic weapons, including hypersonic ones, they are improving their skills and abilities, they are conscientiously on alert and ready to immediately perform the assigned tasks.
Recall that in December, shortly before the professional holiday, the next anniversary was celebrated by the best polytechnic military educational institution in Russia – the Strategic Missile Forces Military Academy named after Peter the Great, which made a huge contribution to the training of officers for the Strategic Missile Forces, the country’s rocket and space industry.
The achievements of the Russian scientific and production teams of the enterprises of the military-industrial complex deserve a high assessment. Using the most advanced technologies, they are actively working on promising projects, creating modern models of strategic missile weapons that have no analogues in the world.
We congratulate everyone on the holiday and sincerely wish you good health, happiness, prosperity, further success for the good of Russia! “
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