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20 Military Trainings In Chechnya

Military Trainings In Chechnya

Posted on September 16, 2011 by team


Today we’ll trip to the firing ground near the village of Sernovodskoe, the Chechen Republic. Here maneuvering retreats were practiced. This is a tactic that allows to retreat from numerous enemy forces, minimize losses and drain enemy’s troops.

At the observation post everydody is busy with his own work: someone counts something, someone commands and somebody just looks into the distance.

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20 Responses to “Military Trainings In Chechnya”

  1. Verto says:

    “Apparently after such retreat actions,enemy troops have great looses” ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! !No more to say, Enjoy! ! ! ! ! !

  2. Verto says:

    “Retreat military drill” in Chechen republic ! ! ! ! ! ! ! !.what a “coincidence” ! ! !!!! ! !

  3. No Man says:

    Pointless propaganda

  4. Zonda says:

    “Apparently after such retreat actions, enemy troops have great losses.”
    What I have to understand it’s about this particular type of war which can be won if you just keep on retreating troops :)? Those pictures also remember me the words: “If you are not a good runner, you will never reach the day when you will become a good fighter!”.

    • Mr. Mister says:

      It’s like the US Marines guarding opium poppies in Afghanistan… Heroin doesn’t kill you. People (or US Marines) do.

    • Kalimba says:

      Yes, the day came when very expensive US soldiers ended up guarding the opium stocks of Afghan drug traffickers. And soon will leave (retreat) happily. Retreats are used for counter attacks… or for just getting the hell out.

  5. ayaa says:

    More red-tabs. Well done ER.

  6. ayaa says:

    Oh yeah. This isn’t exactly near Sernovodsky. Sure, that’s the nearest town but 20 something kilometres isnt anywhere near.

  7. alessio says:

    you want something effective against a tactical retreat?
    Call in the air force to make theyr escape route full of craters.
    Land won and enemy troops destroyed with minimal losts

    • ayaa says:

      Yeah. Problem is this is the Russian Army you’re talking about. More than enough armour to go around for everyone.
      And pls don’t start some nonsense about Russian equipment being old and not being in working order.

  8. Someone once said “that it it takes a brave man to be a coward in the Russian Army”.

  9. tattoo J says:

    All taxpayers’ money

  10. Nr.3.321 says:

    I like the tranparancy of your blog,makes they end of cold war even warmer,only the holes in the earth
    i don’t like,maybe u could move a mountain to?
    Good blog yep.

  11. bigaussieboris says:

    ayaa marshall of soviet union plaese give us more of your enlightment,did you ayaa loves seamen

  12. pedro says:

    correction: I meant brahmos missile where I said brimstone (completely different)

  13. Hans says:

    It seems you have too much problems, and you need to downplay someone. You should borrow more money and have a drink.

  14. Kalimba says:

    The idea of obsolete Russian Army is now a myth. Russians are investing in important defense things. And all of that, with steady economic growth and without government bankruptcies (or chinese lended money).

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