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At the Adanak firing range, mortarmen of the motorized rifle formation of the Caspian Flotilla (CFL) hit over 40 targets imitating lightly armored vehicles, infantry concentrations and enemy structures in mountainous terrain.

The servicemen used the tactics of “nomadic” mortars installed in the back of KamAZ vehicles, when firing at unobserved targets located behind natural barriers – hills.

The search for enemy targets was carried out using modern reconnaissance, control and communications systems (KRUS) “Strelets”.

The tactics of “nomadic” mortars are used in the course of combat training, based on the experience of modern armed conflicts. The innovation allows gun crews to instantly repel attacks from superior enemy forces and quickly change firing positions in order to avoid unmasking.

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