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The cadets of the "Arctic" specialization train in the DVOKU and at minus 40

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The command staff of the Far Eastern Higher All-Arms Command School (GELO) uses the established severe frosty weather in the Amur region to train students in operations in the Arctic conditions. We are talking about the training of cadets "arctic" specialization. The press service of the Eastern Military District reports that special attention is paid to practical night activities, as in the Arctic, as is known, the polar night lasts a long time.


In the course of combat training activities, the use of various types of weapons is being developed. Take into account the "behavior" of small weapons in severe frosts. Today, the temperature in the Amur Region is on average about -25 degrees Celsius. A few days earlier, the temperature had dropped to -40.

The cadets of the "Arctic" specialization train in the DVOKU and at minus 40


The press service of the TSB states that shooting of several exercises is being performed. In particular, we are talking about shooting on the move on skis and during short stops, using ski poles as a weapon stop.

Interfax-AVN cites the press service of the department:
In addition, driving on snowmobiles A1 and army all-terrain vehicles MTLB is practiced. The arrival of low temperatures down to minus 40 degrees makes it possible to maximally test the skills of cadets in a rare specialty and teach them to act correctly in extreme conditions.


It should be noted that it is the PEDFLU is the only military educational institution where officers are trained for units operating in the Arctic. In 2017, the first graduation of the “Arctic” faculty took place.
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  1. rotmistr60
    rotmistr60 25 January 2018 06: 47
    +4
    Every time with great pleasure I read about the TWO - the school, which for me is native. Learn guys, become excellent commanders.
    1. Chichikov
      Chichikov 25 January 2018 06: 55
      +1
      Given the geographical location and the "northern" climate of many territories of Russia, it would be nice to have a "northern" specialization in more than one school.
      1. Cxnumx
        Cxnumx 25 January 2018 10: 52
        0
        Quote: Chichikov
        Given the geographical location and the "northern" climate of many territories of Russia, it would be nice to have a "northern" specialization in more than one school

        what for? with us, and so it is almost everywhere, except for the central and southern federations. counties, winter frosts minus 20-40 in the country. and winter often starts from November to May.
        the main thing is that the uniform should be normal and that’s all, but nothing special.
  2. Herculesic
    Herculesic 25 January 2018 06: 49
    +6
    We are men, and not some sort of shushar from Europe or the United States, to be afraid of our native winter, especially in regions where there is almost no summer! soldier
  3. sergo1914
    sergo1914 25 January 2018 06: 51
    +1
    Poor thing. Such a cudgel. When I was in fifth grade, we played in the semifinals of the city championship in ball hockey. At -42. And nothing. The ball is plastic, though it's frozen. I had to play old school. And nothing. Alive. What is the feat of cadets?
    1. Herculesic
      Herculesic 25 January 2018 07: 09
      +1
      Alas, my "temperature record" in the army is only minus 29 with gusts of 30m / s in the wind! crying In '89, during the usual field exit, they constantly only fled! Even when they arrived at the training ground, they fled on the spot, or in circles around the shooting range! soldier .
      1. andrewkor
        andrewkor 25 January 2018 09: 14
        0
        I want to share my army “record." In winter 1972-73, near Naro-Fominsk, minus 45. The Stroybatov trencher broke a 100-pair telephone line and I called it from and to for soldering! Of course, with interruptions. And there was also an extreme situation at the end of December 1978 in Moscow, also -45, but it was necessary to fly from Domodedovo to Barnaul for the New Year, somehow we still left late a day! Then they said that people were freezing at home in Moscow and bonfires were warming themselves!
    2. Oden280
      Oden280 25 January 2018 10: 07
      +1
      You played 60 minutes and in the heat. And they are there for days and bask in tents.
      1. sergo1914
        sergo1914 25 January 2018 11: 11
        0
        Quote: Oden280
        You played 60 minutes and in the heat. And they are there for days and bask in tents.


        2 * 45 minutes 12 years.
  4. aszzz888
    aszzz888 25 January 2018 06: 55
    +2
    Yes. The weather on the Far East is arctic. Frost, strong winds. The main thing is not to freeze people.
  5. andr327
    andr327 25 January 2018 07: 13
    0
    It is necessary to learn, but it is desirable that the training take place on real samples available in the troops, so that cases would not be repeated as in Altai. And it turns out weaned on super-duper equipment, but in reality, put up a tent sample of nineteen hundred spent years, and ensure that the combat mission is completed and save the lives of servicemen.
    1. Romulus
      Romulus 25 January 2018 07: 15
      +1
      Quote: andr327
      but in reality, put up a tent sample of one thousand nine hundred and over the past year, and ensure the fulfillment of the combat mission and save the lives of servicemen.

      And this is reality ..
  6. Zubr
    Zubr 25 January 2018 07: 38
    +3
    Yeah, I remember tactical exercises at -30, night shooting, exercises. I then had a nozzle for idle shooting burst when shooting ... =))) and everyone scratched their turnips, how this could happen ... =)) could not withstand sudden changes in temperature.
  7. gaura
    gaura 25 January 2018 13: 06
    0
    The most unpleasant thing at such a temperature is the departure of natural needs wassat and so we have -35, well, nothing live, we walk
  8. 16112014nk
    16112014nk 25 January 2018 14: 41
    0
    Quote: Zubr
    I then had a nozzle for idle shooting burst when firing ... could not withstand sudden changes in temperature.

    Or was there one battle?
    He served in the Gorky region, the frost was - 42 °, stood on guard for 1 hour.
    1. Zubr
      Zubr 25 January 2018 19: 08
      +1
      I got tired of explaining this to the battalion commander, in the presence of the deputy technician and foreman. I remembered the whole course of mechanics and thermodynamics. If he was fighting, he would be torn into the trash. And so the crack went along the muzzle end and perpendicular to the nozzle thread, and slightly bent by powder gases and the remains of a plastic bullet ..
    2. SAF
      SAF 26 January 2018 13: 22
      0
      In winter, from 75 to 76 he served in the Krasnoyarsk training school (Air Force).
      It was -42 too, but our guard refused to stand by the hour (of course, by permission of the authorities) and stood as usual for two.
      Firstly, they are warmly dressed - linen, cotton, cotton trousers with a coat and overcoat (some have a sheepskin coat (but this is generally tin - heavy and long)), felt boots. On the face - a waffle towel from the barracks (to breathe). but all this and an additional burden. Well, a somo machine with a pouch.
      Due to weighting, the shift moves more slowly.
      Everything is simple - to stand for 1 hour - that is on guard.
      The breeder does not run after one - bypasses 3-4 posts.
      While you will change everyone and you will return to the guardhouse - soon to change in a new way - you can forget about the rest.