Wednesday, February 21, 2024

Belarus Air and Air Defense Force enhances their combat skills

The success of a modern combat depends on skills of each particular member of a unit. Thus, the soldiers of  Belarus Air and Air Defense Force  hold permanent pieces of training and drills.

Air defense units of Belarus Air and Air Defense Force undergo operational coordination at a military range. The exercises are held with the participation of «Buk» and «Tor-M2K» short-range surface-to-air missile systems.

«Tor-M2K»- antiaircraft missile system with fighting machine on a wheeled chassis. Chassis developed by the Belarusian enterprise «MZKT». In the composition includes the fighting machine 9А331МК and antiaircraft missile module 9М334 with four anti-aircraft guided missiles 9М9331.

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The Air Force and Air Defence (AFAD) is a service of the Belarusian Armed Forces, designed to defend critical facilities and military forces from air attacks, destroy enemy military-industrial installations and troops and support the Belarusian Army.

Photo by Vayar / lieutenant Yang Gorbatyuk
Photo by Vayar / lieutenant
Yang Gorbatyuk
Photo by Vayar / lieutenant Yang Gorbatyuk
Photo by Vayar / lieutenant
Yang Gorbatyuk
Photo by Vayar / lieutenant Yang Gorbatyuk
Photo by Vayar / lieutenant
Yang Gorbatyuk
Photo by Vayar / lieutenant Yang Gorbatyuk
Photo by Vayar / lieutenant
Yang Gorbatyuk

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