Command post exercises Airborne anti-aircraft missile regiments will be held at the site "Struga reddish" (Pskov region) and Eysk Training Center Army Air Defense (Krasnodar Territory) at the end of September 2012.
"Learning-martial defense tasks, among which the conduct of practical military rockets at air and ground targets, paratroopers will be done with the use of ACS Defense Airborne" Barnaul-T "- said Kucherenko.
He noted that the air defense exercises Airborne Division also perceive the role of assault and army aviation.
According to him, to conduct live firing and rockets to landfills and training centers in the Pskov, Orenburg, and Krasnodar regions involved about 300 units battle technology and over 1000 military personnel.
"On the field outputs Airborne Division Air Defense battery will hold about 30 tactical exercises, during which perform about 60 combat launches of man-portable air defense systems (MANPADS), more than 10 start-ups of anti-aircraft missiles (SAMs)" Strela-10M, "will perform More than 40 fire missions on the ground and air targets of anti-aircraft ZU-23 "- added the officer.
Kucherenko stressed that field exits are on the eve of the upcoming exercises and will last until the end of September 2012.
New complex ACS Defense Airborne "Barnaul-T" is integrated into the ACS Airborne at the tactical level, "Polet-K" and "Andromeda", and is able to perfectly solve the puzzles on exploration, maintenance, focus and target designation for the defeat of air targets. The use of ACS "Barnaul-T"Significantly reduces the time of the decision and send commands to the use of air defense systems, disk imaging provides an interactive display of the traffic situation.
Planning module 9S931 from the Toolkit automation Barnaul-T
Module intelligence and control 9C932-1 from the Toolkit automation Barnaul-T
The next version of the module from the 9S931 Planning Toolkit automation Barnaul-T
Complex Automation Department gunners (KSAS) 9C935 from the KSA Barnaul-T
Portable fire control module (PMUO) 9S933 platoon gunners MANPADS from the KSA Barnaul-T