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How Fireworks Are Launched

Posted on July 1, 2013 by team

We are visiting the Moscow firework division responsible for arranging fireworks on holidays in the Russian capital. The division was formed in 1967, all its fireworks are unique. How do soldiers of the division work?

No, it’s not a nuclear briefcase, it’s a control box of a firework pack.

They had to refuse use of computers, because they often malfunction in severe weather conditions while this box can be used even manually to lauch fireworks.

195 mm shells, each has its own marking and color.

310 mm shell, it takes soldiers about an hour to charge the whole installation.

Installations for 105 mm shells.

Much smoke and noise!

In daytime it looks worse, of course.

Fireworks are lauched from these trucks.

Eighteen cannons provide sound support to the firework on the territory of the whole capital!


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2 Responses to “How Fireworks Are Launched”

  1. john says:

    cool trucks.

  2. Chai` says:

    Could someone kindly identify the ‘cannon’?

    Also, I would like to own one of those 2-1/2 ton trucks! Dealers? Hello?

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