14 Military Trainings on the River Onon

Military Trainings on the River Onon

Posted on July 13, 2011 by team


Here are pictures from the first stage of the tactical trainings on the firing ground Sugol in the Zabaykalsk Region: the forced crossing of the river Onon.

The arrival of leaders of the army staff.

The meeting side.

The chief of the army staff with his convoy.

Scouts prepare their equipment.

The unmanned aerial vehicle Aileron-3 SV.

The control system of the UAV.

An introduction to forthcoming exercises.

Brigade commanders.

A story about the plan of the trainings.

The launch of the UAV.

An “explosion” of the bridge across the Onon.

Diversions of the offensive forces.

The transfer of troops by the defending side.

An aviation attack.

The defense of positions.

Motorized units storm the height.

An interview.

Motorized divisions force a crossing over the river.

The aviation support.

Preparations of a pontoon crossing.

The crossing of air defense weapons.

Supervision.

The crossing of the main offense forces and support units.

Location:Sugol

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14 Responses to “Military Trainings on the River Onon”

  1. Maraudon says:

    Eussian army 1 – Rest of the world 0

  2. testicules says:

    I wouldn’t say this is a Brigade size manuever. At best this is a battalion. A few infantry, a company of tanks, a company of personel carriers, some anti aircraft support, and a few air units. It looks fun and cool but not near the size of a brigade.

    • Otis R. Needleman says:

      Agree. Believe the Russians today would be very hard-pressed to hold large-scale maneuvers. Happily, I don’t see the Russian Army needing to engage in any large-scale combat any time soon.

      • testicules says:

        Truly, China is probably the greatest military threat to Russia at the moment. I am sure they wouldn’t mind owning the whole eastern half of Russia. A lot of resources to use and very little population to control. Also their logistical lines would be much shorter than the Russian defenders. The Russian would encountert he same problems the Germans did except they would be trying to reclaim their own land.

  3. Boritz says:

    Bridge builders wading in the river?? Generally, I don’t think that is a very good idea.

  4. Kalimba says:

    Nice gunships. This looks carried out by professionals, unlike other military posts.

  5. Musa says:

    Great Photos, Thanks.

  6. Goblin says:

    River Onon – it stands for ononism

  7. BlowME says:

    lol at the first channels asking the soldier for an interview in the middle of combat training…

  8. Addy says:

    Any information about how those trainings are carried out? How are the CO-s briefed? I mean like, did they know before the beginning exercise that the bridge will be “destroyed” etc. Would be interesting to know how close to reality they get.

  9. testicules says:

    LAST!

  10. oldeafcoot says:

    Among modern Russian Army officers, a military appearance is obviously not a priority. The line up of officers looks like a bunch of garage mechanics.

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