Russian tankers taught Mongolian colleagues "fire carousel"

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As part of the Russian-Mongolian military exercise "Selenga-2017", which started in the Gobi desert at the Zuunbayan training ground (Mongolia), Russian tankers shared their experience in applying modern maneuverable combat techniques. In particular, Mongolian tankers were trained to destroy conditional illegal formations with the help of a “fire carousel”, reports press office Eastern Military District.

The principle of conducting a tank battle "fire carousel" is to alternately alternate in a circle of combat vehicles, following each other, hitting the "enemy" with flank fire in motion. On the plains of the Gobi desert, only constant maneuvers of this kind will make it possible to emerge victorious from the battle.

Russian tankers taught Mongolian colleagues "fire carousel"


While training, the tankers of the two countries alternately hit joint and separate targets on the principle of the “fire carousel”. The interaction was carried out using conventional symbols specified in advance.

For the first time since 2008, the Selenga joint military exercise is taking place in the difficult climatic conditions of the Gobi Desert. From the Russian side, the tactical group of the All-Arms Association of the VBO deployed in the Republic of Buryatia participates. The servicemen are working out joint actions in the fight against conditional illegal formations. In total, more than one thousand military personnel and about 200 units of combat and special equipment take part in the maneuvers.

"Selenga-2017" - the tenth joint exercises in which the military participate BB. From 2008 to 2010, the maneuvers were called "Darkhan" (translated from Mongolian - "blacksmith"). Since 2011, international exercises have been renamed after the name of the Selenga River, which flows in Mongolia.
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  1. +7
    5 September 2017
    which flows in Mongolia. It originates in Mongolia. It flows into Lake Baikal. On the territory of Buryatia. Quiet, calm river. Mongols are laconic, stubborn, take over everything. They are a little dumb. But they do not love us much. Why don’t I know. I learned to swim in Selenga. It was easy -on the boat, in the middle of the river, and they throw it out! I still remember the "golden" bubbles when I scooped it from the depths. Year 4 was. It was printed in memory.
  2. +4
    5 September 2017
    I wonder what the Mongols think about these teachings?
    Living between a rock and a hard place - between Russia and China - is not so simple.
    Probably they recall Chingiz when he crushed under himself all of China and the Russian Principality and half the world.
    1. V
      +6
      5 September 2017
      The Mongols do not know who Genghis is, as well as other generals who are attributed to Mongolia.
      1. +6
        5 September 2017
        Quote: Vortex
        Mongols do not know who Genghis is

        Why write such nonsense?

        Monument to Genghis Khan in Mongolia.
        1. +4
          5 September 2017
          Quote: DenZ
          Why write such nonsense?

          I do not pretend to have unquestioning knowledge of reliable history, however, there is an opinion that there was no “Tatar-Mongol yoke”, and no Tatars with Mongols conquered Russia. But who and why falsified history? What was hidden behind the Tatar-Mongol yoke? The bloody Christianization of Russia ...
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          1. +2
            5 September 2017
            Quote: NIKNN
            What was hidden behind the Tatar-Mongol yoke? The bloody Christianization of Russia ...

            Do you yourself believe in this nonsense for the sake of conjuncture (the struggle of the liberals against the Russian Orthodox Church)?
            Quote: NIKNN
            But who and why falsified history?

            So I don’t understand why you believe the falsifications (about the fact that something is supposedly hidden behind the yoke and about the bloody Christianization). Now many writers are divorced who, with their cheap books, powder their brains to the people.
            1. +4
              5 September 2017
              Quote: DenZ
              Do you yourself believe in this nonsense for the sake of conjuncture (the struggle of the liberals against the Russian Orthodox Church)?

              Believe it or not, everyone decides for himself ...., Here is Putin V.V. believes ... (The first video in the article referenced ... I hope he has the opportunity to access more real documents ...) request recourse hi
            2. V
              0
              6 September 2017
              The archives are open, which Putin V.V. personally announced If interested, you can look into the Russian Geographical Society (rgo.ru) and personally familiarize yourself with maps, documents and other useful information, in which you will find confirmation that there was no Tatar-Mongol yoke. The Tatars were always in the service of our Tsar, and the Tatar cavalry was the main striking force. The tsar was the main commander of the Horde (troops) and often went on campaigns in the territory of modern Europe to pacify the governors in our (Russian) territories, which periodically rebelled.
        2. +3
          5 September 2017
          Quote: DenZ
          Why write such nonsense?

          So he is right, the present Mongol-Oirats, close to the Manchurians, have a distant relationship to Chingiz SHYGYS (east, Turkism) Khan.
          They can put any monuments, but they don’t have any clans that belong to the Chengizites, TORE.
        3. +1
          5 September 2017
          And what about this, nonsense?


          Monument in Egypt ...
          1. +1
            5 September 2017
            Quote: pepel79
            And what about this, nonsense?

            In the context of the discussion, I will say that this monument indicates that the Egyptians remember their pharaohs.
            1. +1
              6 September 2017
              are you kidding ????)))))))))))))))) they seemed to have drifted with sand and only Europeans dug them and showed them to the Egyptians)))))))))))
              1. +1
                6 September 2017
                Quote: aws4
                only Europeans opened them and showed the Egyptians))))))))))))

                Because only European barbarians were smart enough to dig tombs that were sacred to the Egyptians and revered by them wink
        4. +1
          6 September 2017
          It is possible and we can put a monument to Alexander the Great
  3. +2
    5 September 2017
    The Mongols seem to have invented this tactic. Only on horseback and with bows.
    1. +2
      5 September 2017
      Quote: Tanarri
      Only on horseback and with bows.

      Duc, time is running out. Yes, and the "horses" are not the same - forty to fifty tons will be (yes, three or four "riders"). Someone even performs at seventy-ton Perchers. laughing
    2. +1
      5 September 2017
      the essence of this carousel is not entirely clear. If the movement is circular, then the tank at some point turns side to face the enemy, substituting vulnerabilities
      1. +3
        5 September 2017
        That's right. Fatal tactics.
        I wrote about this in a separate post, not noticing yours earlier.
        1. +1
          5 September 2017
          Quote: voyaka uh
          That's right. Fatal tactics.

          Not really, the main thing is speed and maneuverability, the best tactic for huge open spaces.
          It was used by the Ukrainian Armed Forces during the military operations at the Donetsk Airport against militias, using the tank’s OMS to track the target.
          Of course, it won’t work for you.
          1. +3
            5 September 2017
            The Egyptians also attacked us with a mass of T-54/55 tanks,
            fast and maneuverable and in desert areas.
            This is a show off. Works on demonstration exercises. At war
            tanks crawl slowly and carefully, rolling back almost
            after each shot. Not any extras, jumps and carousels.
            See how the Syrian tankers learned to work on their bitter experience.
            .
            1. +2
              5 September 2017
              Quote: voyaka uh
              The Egyptians also attacked us with a mass of T-54/55 tanks,
              fast and maneuverable and in desert areas.
              This is a show off. Works on demonstration exercises. At war
              tanks crawl slowly and carefully, rolling back almost
              after each shot. Not any extras, jumps and carousels.
              See how the Syrian tankers learned to work on their bitter experience.
              .

              If the Egyptians, the question is closed. This tactic has appeared relatively recently, an attack on the flank of the enemy. I will not say that this idea came from TURKVO or SRVO but obviously after the 80s.
              They just use the capabilities of the theater of war and the capabilities of machines. Of course, on the T-80 it would be even better.
              And so the Mongols, presented the tactics that their early ancestors, here is a moot point, in reality they used heavy cavalry in a straight line, used the early ones.
              This was not enough for a long time, only existed for 100 years. The partisans and light cavalry made them and the Chinese finished them on foot.
  4. +11
    5 September 2017
    Mongolia needs to be kept near itself with a stranglehold. There is a lot of copper, as I understand it, and much more “tasty” in the bowels. A total shortage of raw materials is already knocking at the door. We will not make friends - they will infect this country with "democracy" all sorts of strip-like tolerasts ....
    1. +3
      5 September 2017
      yeah, you will keep it with our budget when they have from another side China which can buy whole Mongolia with giblets, but the United States does not shine here - this is the border of China
      1. +8
        5 September 2017
        "You must Fedya, you must!"
  5. +1
    5 September 2017
    The carousel involves turning sideways to the enemy after a shot. negative
    Normal actions are jerks back and forth in turn.
    Forehead always turned towards the enemy.
    1. 0
      5 September 2017
      Quote: voyaka uh
      The carousel involves turning sideways to the enemy after a shot.

      Not really, it’s flanking fire. It’s better than chopping into the forehead. This is steppe science. laughing
  6. +2
    5 September 2017
    Serious, calm guys. But it's not their business to fight.
  7. +1
    5 September 2017
    Darkhan, Mongolian is unlikely to be a blacksmith
    Meaning: The name Darkhan has several meanings: 1) a completely free life, a spacious world; 2) a good-natured, generous person; 3) in translation from the Turkic language, the word tarhan means a title (position at the court of the khan), which gives a person the right to freely enter the tent to the khan and freely leave it

    A blacksmith-Take Kazakh, Turkic language .-
    temir ұstasy
    Here the theme is about the Zlatotsintsy, or rather, the gold-EAST, the Türkic name of the goldsmiths. wink

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