Artillerymen of the Russian military base in Armenia performing combat firing in mountains
Artillerymen of the Russian military base in Armenia are training at the Alagyaz high mountain range, the Russian Ministry of Defense reports.
More than 300 servicemen and about 100 pieces of military hardware and armament, including Gvozdika self-propelled howitzers, Grad MLRS, Podnos mortars and Konkurs antitank missile complexes, are involved in the training.
Artillery crews are practicing engaging different targets detected by Granat and Zastava UAVs at the altitude of 2,000 metres above sea.
The servicemen are to engage about 300 group and individual targets in the course of the combat training held at the Alagyaz range.