In the military units Airborne comes new weapons and military equipment

During the implementation of the state armament program for 2011-2020. and implementation of the State defense order for 2011 units and formations of the Airborne Troops (VDV) this year received more than 37 thousand units of various types of weapons and military equipment (AME). Of these, more than 36 thousand units of missiles and artillery, more than 650 units of armored vehicles, more than 350 units of vehicles, more than 20 pieces of equipment engineering equipment, more than 70 pieces of communication equipment, more than 50 units of special equipment.


Planned delivery of armored vehicles led to a complete re-equip with modern airborne combat vehicles Airborne Regiment and two paratroop battalion of compounds Airborne stationed in the Southern and Western military districts respectively. Airborne connection is fully equipped with the latest cars KAMAZ "Mustang" family.


In 2011, the Navy new and upgraded models of weapons and military equipment accounted for more than 20% of the total.

Also this year, the formations and units Navy has implemented a service of IWT industry. Moving troops to outsource allowed to service more than 3 million units of various arms and military equipment. Of these, more than 200 units of rocket and artillery, 500 armored vehicles, more than 2.5 million units of motor vehicles. Service organizations also held current and average repair more than 750 units of armored vehicles and more than 1.2 million units of motor vehicles.

In 2011, the services of the armed airborne high-level events were organized technical support during the strategic exercises "Center-2011", as well as all carried out in the airborne command post and tactical exercises.

Commended the leadership of the Main Armored Directorate Russian Defense Ministry received a work of engineering and technical staff of the units and formations airborne, allowing service airborne weapons come out on top in the Armed Forces on the implementation in 2011 of technical support activities.

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