New Field Camps For Russian Polygons

New Field Camps For Russian Polygons

This is a new field camp for 500 persons which was baught last year by the Russian Ministry of Defence. The photos were taken in Chebarkul.

The camp is made in Germany because no similar ones are produced in Russia. In general two camps like this have been purchased, 6 more are in plans.

According to the technical specifications the camp can be used in the temperature up to -40C, so they hope they won’t freeze in winter.

New Field Camps For Russian Polygons

New Field Camps For Russian Polygons

New Field Camps For Russian Polygons

New Field Camps For Russian Polygons

New Field Camps For Russian Polygons

New Field Camps For Russian Polygons

New Field Camps For Russian Polygons

New Field Camps For Russian Polygons

New Field Camps For Russian Polygons

New Field Camps For Russian Polygons

New Field Camps For Russian Polygons

New Field Camps For Russian Polygons

New Field Camps For Russian Polygons

New Field Camps For Russian Polygons

New Field Camps For Russian Polygons

New Field Camps For Russian Polygons

New Field Camps For Russian Polygons

New Field Camps For Russian Polygons

New Field Camps For Russian Polygons

New Field Camps For Russian Polygons

New Field Camps For Russian Polygons

New Field Camps For Russian Polygons

New Field Camps For Russian Polygons

New Field Camps For Russian Polygons

New Field Camps For Russian Polygons

New Field Camps For Russian Polygons

New Field Camps For Russian Polygons

New Field Camps For Russian Polygons

New Field Camps For Russian Polygons

New Field Camps For Russian Polygons

New Field Camps For Russian Polygons

New Field Camps For Russian Polygons

New Field Camps For Russian Polygons

New Field Camps For Russian Polygons

New Field Camps For Russian Polygons

New Field Camps For Russian Polygons

New Field Camps For Russian Polygons

New Field Camps For Russian Polygons

New Field Camps For Russian Polygons

New Field Camps For Russian Polygons

7 thoughts on “New Field Camps For Russian Polygons”

  1. Why doors on the toilet stalls? When my father was in the US Army in 1941, the barracks were so crowded that two men had to use each toilet bowl at onne.

  2. Is anything made in Russia and exported? I haven’t seen anything other than some snacks sold at the Russian stores here… If Russia goes to war with NATO, what is to happen? How is Russia going to buy stuff it’s used to use on a daily basis?

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