- Teachings of the Marine Corps Pacific Fleet and the Army Air Corps
The officers, instructors teach young scouts how to take a "language", in what way can interfere with control and communications of the enemy and where better to set up an ambush.
Vladivostok, October 8, PrimaMedia. Reconnaissance Airborne Division Marines Pacific Fleet in the field started working out issues of combat use in the Maritime region, told RIA PrimaMedia head of information security news service TSB Captain 1st Rank Roman Martov.
A feature of these exercises is the use of military aircraft (helicopters Mi-8 AMTSH) and networking among the various services and arms in the conduct of joint reconnaissance operations.
Such a collection camp held for the first time. Soldiers are taught to act independently in the most difficult circumstances, when, being in the rear of the enemy, we have to make decisions in the absence of communication with the command.
The officers, instructors with extensive combat experience, training young scouts how to take a "language", in what way can interfere with control and communications of the enemy, where better to ambush, how to equip the base camp.
As part of the field output are processed and educational issues of survival, when the scout is in the opponent’s territory without weapons and their means of livelihood. In practice they have in the wild in the woods alone to produce food and water.
Fees will end in mid-October, performing parachute jumps during the boarding major force "black berets" on amphibious training ground Peninsula Clerk.