3 Training of the Special Airborne Regiment

Training of the Special Airborne Regiment

Posted on August 12, 2013 by team


The 45th special airborne regiment was formed not so long ago but its fighters have already been in hot spots and participated in numerous special operations. Right now we are going to show you how the regiment is trained.

Going three kilometres through the forest.

The backpack weighs twenty five kilograms!

They go through the forest with speed of 1-1,5 km/h and stop every 250 meters to look around and contact with the control centre.

What do you think these guys are doing?

They unpack condoms and fill them with some pink fluid from a Coca-Cola bottle…

Those condoms were thrown at the enemy GAZ car. That pink fluid was water emulsion that deprived the driver of the GAZ of vision. In real combat conditions condoms are replaced with bullets…

All the operation lasted less than a minute. The group neutralized the enemy and took a hostage.

The figthers move silently like shadows and fade in the forest landscape. If they stop just for a moment you find yourself in the cloud of big hungry mosquitos which are attracted by the smell of your sweat.

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3 Responses to “Training of the Special Airborne Regiment”

  1. Jonny says:

    The must rely really much on German-Army clothing instead of their own camouflage.
    Or can someone explain why they wear it?

  2. Uriah says:

    How come all the different kinds of camouflage patterns? They look like boys pretending to be soldiers.

  3. Clink! says:

    Page 4, Pic 2.

    Might want to lose the clinky, shiny, chain bracelet that is just loose enough to catch on stuff.

    But I’m not up on combat fashion.

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