Life of an Ordinary Motorized Brigade

Life of an Ordinary Motorized Brigade

The 34th separate motorized brigade was formed on the 30th of June, 2006, so recently it has celebrated its 5th anniversary. Today we’ll see how soldiers of this brigade act in highlands.

Life of an Ordinary Motorized Brigade

The training base is the only one in the Armed Forces indoor climbing wall.

Life of an Ordinary Motorized Brigade

An interview.

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The passing of a mountain obstacle course.

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The cooperation of a horse-borne brigade with a mortar platoon while crossing the river.

Life of an Ordinary Motorized Brigade

Horses carry ammunition and mine throwers.

Life of an Ordinary Motorized Brigade

Life of an Ordinary Motorized Brigade

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After the landfall the platoon again unwraps its mortars for shooting.

Life of an Ordinary Motorized Brigade

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Soldiers organize the evacuation of a wounded.

Life of an Ordinary Motorized Brigade

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A group of soldiers goes for the help to their department which leads the fight on the other river side.

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An ambush on a mountain road.

Life of an Ordinary Motorized Brigade

The portable radio station R-168-1KE.

Life of an Ordinary Motorized Brigade

Life of an Ordinary Motorized Brigade

Life of an Ordinary Motorized Brigade

The manpack radio R-168-5UN-1.

Life of an Ordinary Motorized Brigade

Life of an Ordinary Motorized Brigade

The portable radio station R-168-5KN.

Life of an Ordinary Motorized Brigade

Life of an Ordinary Motorized Brigade

The compact satellite communication station P-438-M.

Life of an Ordinary Motorized Brigade

Life of an Ordinary Motorized Brigade

Life of an Ordinary Motorized Brigade

The complex of reconnaissance and alarm facilities 1K119 “Realia-1/10”.

Life of an Ordinary Motorized Brigade

Life of an Ordinary Motorized Brigade

Life of an Ordinary Motorized Brigade

Life of an Ordinary Motorized Brigade

The portable land reconnaissance radiolocation station “Credo-M1”.

Life of an Ordinary Motorized Brigade

Life of an Ordinary Motorized Brigade

Life of an Ordinary Motorized Brigade

Life of an Ordinary Motorized Brigade

The mobile device for surveillance and reconnaissance 1PN91-2.

Life of an Ordinary Motorized Brigade

Life of an Ordinary Motorized Brigade

Life of an Ordinary Motorized Brigade

Life of an Ordinary Motorized Brigade

A container.

Life of an Ordinary Motorized Brigade

The night sight 1PN93 2 for the RPG.

Life of an Ordinary Motorized Brigade

The night sight 1PN93-4 for the Dragunov sniper rifle.

Life of an Ordinary Motorized Brigade

The night sight 1PN93-2 for the AK-74.

Life of an Ordinary Motorized Brigade

The unified gunsight 1P29.

Life of an Ordinary Motorized Brigade

Life of an Ordinary Motorized Brigade

The night vision device 1PN94.

Life of an Ordinary Motorized Brigade

Life of an Ordinary Motorized Brigade

The optical monocular with a stabilized visual field OMC-1 “Royls”.

Life of an Ordinary Motorized Brigade

Life of an Ordinary Motorized Brigade

Life of an Ordinary Motorized Brigade

Life of an Ordinary Motorized Brigade

The unified laser range finder binoculars 1D18.

Life of an Ordinary Motorized Brigade

Life of an Ordinary Motorized Brigade

Life of an Ordinary Motorized Brigade

Life of an Ordinary Motorized Brigade

Life of an Ordinary Motorized Brigade

The portable launcher 9P151.

Life of an Ordinary Motorized Brigade

Life of an Ordinary Motorized Brigade

via twower

15 thoughts on “Life of an Ordinary Motorized Brigade”

  1. It’s not an ‘ordinary’ brigade, but a special mountain (highland) one. That’s why they are climbing walls and using horses.

  2. These look like the reconnaisance brigade (not so ordinary), reco patroling to gather info without the enemy noticing theyr presence.
    I think they are also some kind mountain adapted scout brigade, climb exercises and horse riding…
    Never uderestimate a horse, they go where no machine can go.
    It reminds me of my military time, altrough I really sucked at wall klimbing lol, but i was a good thinker/driver in compensation 🙂

  3. I found interesting info about the 34th reconnaissance brigade and other nice videos.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=2VhldhZ5xEk

    http://twower.livejournal.com/581393.html
    Dear english russia maybe the title must be changed from motorized brigade to reconnaissance battalion.

  4. These quipment seems to be very very tough. Love military-grade equipment, looks indestructible. Russian equipment are no fancy.

  5. These must be mountain troops. Only they would use horses. Those are well-=trained horses too! Untrained horses would never remain calm during gunfire and would never walk through smoke. Horses see smoke as a solid object.
    Horses were used in large numbers by the Red Army during WWII.

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