What’s Interesting In A Special Purpose Police Unit Base?

What's Interesting In A Special Purpose Police Unit Base?

Russian bloggers were invited to a Special Purpose Police Unit base in Yekaterinburg where they got a chance to see this extreme profession from the inside.

What's Interesting In A Special Purpose Police Unit Base?

Russian abbreviation for “Special Purpose Police Unit”.

What's Interesting In A Special Purpose Police Unit Base?

In the territory of the base there is a chapel built for the money of the officers and employees.

What's Interesting In A Special Purpose Police Unit Base?

What's Interesting In A Special Purpose Police Unit Base?

There one may see various items that remind of the battles.

What's Interesting In A Special Purpose Police Unit Base?

Shot through bullet-proof vest.

What's Interesting In A Special Purpose Police Unit Base?

These are modelled episodes from the Chechen war.

What's Interesting In A Special Purpose Police Unit Base?

What's Interesting In A Special Purpose Police Unit Base?

What's Interesting In A Special Purpose Police Unit Base?

What's Interesting In A Special Purpose Police Unit Base?

The unit of Yekaterinburg lost a lot of men there.

What's Interesting In A Special Purpose Police Unit Base?

What's Interesting In A Special Purpose Police Unit Base?

A lot of attention is dedicated to the faith.

What's Interesting In A Special Purpose Police Unit Base?

Commanders say that a soldier’s success depends on three factors: 50% – training, 30% – luck and 20% – faith.

What's Interesting In A Special Purpose Police Unit Base?

What's Interesting In A Special Purpose Police Unit Base?

What's Interesting In A Special Purpose Police Unit Base?

Replica of an explosive device.

What's Interesting In A Special Purpose Police Unit Base?

What's Interesting In A Special Purpose Police Unit Base?

Then the technical facilities were demonstrated, this jeep is called “Tiger”.

What's Interesting In A Special Purpose Police Unit Base?

What's Interesting In A Special Purpose Police Unit Base?

Bloggers examine armoured troop carriers.

What's Interesting In A Special Purpose Police Unit Base?

“Tiger” from the inside.

What's Interesting In A Special Purpose Police Unit Base?

What's Interesting In A Special Purpose Police Unit Base?

This is water-cannon.

What's Interesting In A Special Purpose Police Unit Base?

Inside of the command truck.

What's Interesting In A Special Purpose Police Unit Base?

Command post.

What's Interesting In A Special Purpose Police Unit Base?

Then there was an exhibition taking. An entrepreneur comes up to his car with money.

What's Interesting In A Special Purpose Police Unit Base?

..Gets attacked by criminals.

What's Interesting In A Special Purpose Police Unit Base?

Then the criminals get taken by special forces.

What's Interesting In A Special Purpose Police Unit Base?

What's Interesting In A Special Purpose Police Unit Base?

What's Interesting In A Special Purpose Police Unit Base?

Various staff weapons. From manual granade launchers to “anti-snipers”.

What's Interesting In A Special Purpose Police Unit Base?

What's Interesting In A Special Purpose Police Unit Base?

What's Interesting In A Special Purpose Police Unit Base?

What's Interesting In A Special Purpose Police Unit Base?

What's Interesting In A Special Purpose Police Unit Base?

What's Interesting In A Special Purpose Police Unit Base?

Peace.

What's Interesting In A Special Purpose Police Unit Base?

What's Interesting In A Special Purpose Police Unit Base?

What's Interesting In A Special Purpose Police Unit Base?

Closer to the end of the tour bloggers were given a chance to do some shooting.

What's Interesting In A Special Purpose Police Unit Base?

What's Interesting In A Special Purpose Police Unit Base?

Souvenir target.

Location: Yekaterinburg

via nazbol-rost

14 thoughts on “What’s Interesting In A Special Purpose Police Unit Base?”

  1. I think that Chapel is dedicated to their MEMORY, not their MONEY. But I could be wrong….

    And here in the US, our guys are dying because they must fire bean bags at the (known and armed) bad guys first, then, and ONLY then, if they respond back with real bullets, can WE return fire with bullets, IF they’re still alive.

    Liberalism is a disease of the mind.

        • A. Bunka here. Unbelieveable, beanbags? This is what screws up every new war that comes along. The politicos get involved, order our guys to fight, to fulfill whatever political goal they have, and then make our men fight with an arm and a leg behind their back. Say what you want about Kaddafy, murderer, terrorist, he is all those things. But the only way to end a war is to try and win it and that means smashing things. Sometimes, the innocents get it, especially when the culture has a tendency to hide in Mosques.

    • One thing though George, it’s not liberalism, or conservatism that makes our guys fight this way. It’s the damn STATE DEPARTMENT. The State Dept. been doing it long before these political labels were invented. Study any undeclared war in American history and you will find unsupported soldiers. Case in point: The post WW1 intervention by Great Britain and the USA in Vladivostok.
      Not too many “Liberals” back then George, 1918, yet our boys were sent to freeze their asses off in a far away land, with no clear strategic or tactical plan. I guess the plan was to scare the Commies away.

    • Can you give me an example of the police being required to use bean bags against “(known and armed) bad guys” in the US? This is the first I’ve heard of such a thing.

  2. Blogger is holding pistol improperly (4th photo from last).
    He will be missing some flesh when he pulls the trigger.

  3. What business does the government have even knowing who to invite to something like that? What business does it have in making a distinction between bloggers and any other citizens? Has Russia gone that far already?

  4. One thing though George, it’s not liberalism, or conservatism that makes our guys fight this way. It’s the GD STATE DEPARTMENT. The State Dept. been doing it long before these political labels were invented. Study any undeclared war in American history and you will find unsupported soldiers. Case in point: The post WW1 intervention by Great Britain and the USA in Vladivostok.
    Not too many “Liberals” back then George, 1918, yet our boys were sent to freeze their asses off in a far away land, with no clear strategic or tactical plan. I guess the plan was to scare the Commies away.

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