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About 60 officers of the combat control group and commanders of units of the Shchelkovo Separate Command and Measurement Complex (OKIK) of the Main Test Space Center named after G.S. Titov took part in a command and staff training to counter the attempts of a mock enemy to influence the spacecraft of the Russian orbital group.

During the training, the combat control group worked out the issues of alerting and collecting OKIK personnel when bringing them to the highest degree of combat readiness, practical actions of combat crews to collect, process, analyze information on the state of the orbital grouping and prepare reports to higher command posts with conclusions and proposals for decision making in different environments.

In total, during the training, the OKIK combat control group successfully worked out nine training tasks to ensure the continuous functioning of the Russian orbital group when transferred to high levels of combat readiness and five standards for decision-making for the implementation of training tasks.

The results of the command and staff training confirmed the readiness of the OKIK combat crews to fulfill the tasks of ensuring the uninterrupted functioning of the Russian orbital group in various conditions.

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