Training Artillerymen In Mulino

Training Artillerymen In Mulino

Today we’ll visit a military field camp, main command post and control center of artillery units located in Mulino.

Training Artillerymen In Mulino

The field camp.

Training Artillerymen In Mulino

Training Artillerymen In Mulino

Training Artillerymen In Mulino

Soldiers are not only good at drawing newspapers but also participate in fountain design.

Training Artillerymen In Mulino

Training Artillerymen In Mulino

Training Artillerymen In Mulino

Training Artillerymen In Mulino

Training Artillerymen In Mulino

Training Artillerymen In Mulino

Training Artillerymen In Mulino

Training Artillerymen In Mulino

Training Artillerymen In Mulino

Training Artillerymen In Mulino

Command post.

Training Artillerymen In Mulino

Training Artillerymen In Mulino

Shooting.

Training Artillerymen In Mulino

Training Artillerymen In Mulino

Training Artillerymen In Mulino

Training Artillerymen In Mulino

Training Artillerymen In Mulino

Modern howitzer Msta-C.

Training Artillerymen In Mulino

Training Artillerymen In Mulino

Fire!

Training Artillerymen In Mulino

Training Artillerymen In Mulino

Training Artillerymen In Mulino

Training Artillerymen In Mulino

Training Artillerymen In Mulino

Training Artillerymen In Mulino

Training Artillerymen In Mulino

Portraits.

Training Artillerymen In Mulino

Training Artillerymen In Mulino

Training Artillerymen In Mulino

Training Artillerymen In Mulino

Training Artillerymen In Mulino

Training Artillerymen In Mulino

Training Artillerymen In Mulino

Training Artillerymen In Mulino

Training Artillerymen In Mulino

Training Artillerymen In Mulino

Training Artillerymen In Mulino

Location: Mulino

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14 thoughts on “Training Artillerymen In Mulino”

    • They compare just fine. Infact, given that the Smerch has a range of around 900km compared to the approx.500km of the HIMARS, the Smerch has the upper hand.

      • I think your numbers are wrong

        “Smerch fires the 300mm 9M55K rocket. This has a solid propellant rocket motor. Firing range is from 20km to 70km. The 9M55K rocket is 7.5m long and weighs over 800kg.”
        http://www.army-technology.com/projects/smerch

        I know the HIMARS uses the same rockets as the MLRS system. Max range on the Block 1a is stated at 300km. Not sure on the Nuke variant. Might be longer.

        • Your right. The actual numbers are 10 times higher. My bad.

          And I don’t think that website is exactly accurate or unbiased. I’ve worked with the Smerch as well as well as the Uragan in exercises, the real range for the Smerch is between 75-90km. I’m not sure about the HIMARS, but if you have experience with them then I won’t doubt you.

    • Your comment is self-contradictory, when you mentioned the Soviet Army as compared to the Russian Army.

      Pity that the Australian Army has no history of itself to compare.

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