Military Base #7 In Abhkazia

Military Base #7 In Abhkazia

In 2008-2009, this base has been rearmed but very little has changed since then.

Military Base #7 In Abhkazia

Now the base has its own firing ground for soldiers to master their firing proficiency.

Military Base #7 In Abhkazia

The majority of the soldiers have new 6B2kh helmets while some still have to wear old SSh-68M helmets.

Military Base #7 In Abhkazia

They shoot in the direction of the sea and when a boat shows up on the horizon they have to take a break.

Military Base #7 In Abhkazia

Military Base #7 In Abhkazia

A winter military exercise off Maykop.

Military Base #7 In Abhkazia

Military Base #7 In Abhkazia

Military Base #7 In Abhkazia

Military Base #7 In Abhkazia

Military Base #7 In Abhkazia

The SV-98, a Russian bolt action sniper rifle, is used by contract soldiers while the rest have to use SVD-S sniper rifles.

Military Base #7 In Abhkazia

The rifle with a muzzle attachment.

Military Base #7 In Abhkazia

A silencer.

Military Base #7 In Abhkazia

Military Base #7 In Abhkazia

They plan to build a separate building for simulators because right now they are situated in an airshed which belonged to Bamboura Airdrome.

In the photo: a BTR-80 (APC) simulator.

Military Base #7 In Abhkazia

Military Base #7 In Abhkazia

Information stands.

Military Base #7 In Abhkazia

“Shooting from KPVT and PKT machine guns”.

Military Base #7 In Abhkazia

This simulator is to prepare tank commanders and gunlayers.

Military Base #7 In Abhkazia

The base features an up-to-date T-90A simulator which can be used for training the entire crew simultaneously. However, they can’t use it yet because necessary settings haven’t been made.

In the photo: a simulator for grenadiers.

Military Base #7 In Abhkazia

Military Base #7 In Abhkazia

The uniform set Permyachka was designed in 2008.

Military Base #7 In Abhkazia

One of the components of the uniform is a smock.

Military Base #7 In Abhkazia

It has a bunch of zippers which makes it convenient to wear.

Military Base #7 In Abhkazia

Military Base #7 In Abhkazia

Military Base #7 In Abhkazia

An inside pocket.

Military Base #7 In Abhkazia

The smocks the base received were of the same size.

Military Base #7 In Abhkazia

Military Base #7 In Abhkazia

Military Base #7 In Abhkazia

Military Base #7 In Abhkazia

An unzipped trouser leg.

Military Base #7 In Abhkazia

Military Base #7 In Abhkazia

Military Base #7 In Abhkazia

Metal fasteners become rusty quickly.

Military Base #7 In Abhkazia

A sleeve.

Military Base #7 In Abhkazia

Elbow protection.

Military Base #7 In Abhkazia

Military Base #7 In Abhkazia

Military Base #7 In Abhkazia

A shortened glove.

15 thoughts on “Military Base #7 In Abhkazia”

  1. I have been in Abkhazia last year and Russia’s presence is definitly questionable. Officially as CIS peacekeeper, but practically the only force there. Navy ships patrolling, tanks and trucks driving around with Russia soldiers..

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    • The number of Russias active military personnel account for less than 1% of the population. Russias annual defence spending is less than 4% of its GDP. Yet, according to you Russia is completely militarized.

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