16 Training of the Emergency Response Team

Training of the Emergency Response Team

Posted on August 7, 2011 by kulichik

On 25 March 1995 members of Aum Senrike used GB gas in the result of which over three thousand people got affected. 12 of them could never survive the attack. To prevent such an act in the Russian capital a special emergency response team was formed. It includes around 200 people and has more colonels and majors than any other detachment. The fact proves that the unit embraces the best specialists who sharpened their skills in Chernobyl, Afghanistan, Chechnya, etc. Let’s see how the emergency response team dislocated in the Moscow region is trained.

Field Command General Board.

Black crow is the unit’s symbol. This bird lives 200 years and is resistant to any kinds of waste including radioactive. The crow is killing the snake with the spear just like St. George represented on the Coat of arms of Moscow.


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16 Responses to “Training of the Emergency Response Team”

  1. Archy Bunka says:

    A. Bunka here. Cut the grass, will ya!

    • testicules says:

      Yeah. Why doesn’t the russian army invest in a john deer riding mower? It would make the place look better. Probably cut down on snakes and bugs too.

  2. Boritz says:

    If I needs to liquidate small rectangular radioactive logs, the MPK-61 is my choice of equipments!

  3. JCR says:

    The planes are two Yak-25 night fighters and one MiG-15 or MiG-17 (can’t tell them apart) in the backround. Anyway nice old planes and look well preserved.

  4. (r)evolutionist says:

    Looks like Russia is fully prepared for a visit by “testicules.” ;-)

  5. Xoliul says:

    I don’t get it, Aum Shinrikyo attacked Tokyo in 1995, not Moscow ?

  6. testicules says:

    Interesting equipment. The casting of the tank turrents looked really pock marked. Is that from the age or were the Russian tanl rough cast. The Shermans don’t have those little craters everywhere.

    • Archy Bunka says:

      A. Bunka here. I noticed the same thing at the Aberdeen Testing Grounds Museum in MD.
      I guess they were in a hurry, especially at Stalingrad. A damn good tank, simple, reliable, and took the Germans by surprise.

  7. Otis R. Needleman says:

    Interesting. Just wish there were no need for these troops.

  8. j pigden says:

    One small suggestion; put the accessories on a trailer so the machine can change tools at the site instead of having to return to base.

  9. Baron says:

    I got it, its a tank!!

  10. DouglasU says:

    boys and their war toys…..joy sticks included,,,,

  11. Yojimbo says:

    Those old aircraft are not MiG-15s they are Yak-25s an all weather interceptor that entered service in 1955.

    • Yojimbo says:

      The last plane is a MiG-17.The first Yak-25 is missing the engine nacelles.The MiG-17 has a larger air intake than the MiG-15 and has an increased wing sweep.It appears to be an early A model MiG-17 which did not have an after burning engine.

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