Wednesday, July 24, 2024

Russian Airborne servicemen are participating in the international exercise held in Serbia

The Slavic Brotherhood-2016 international exercise is held in the Belgrade region on November 2-15. Armed Forces of Russia, Belarus, and Serbia are taking part in the exercise.

More than 150 Russian servicemen from the separate reconnaissance battalion of the 98th Airborne division are participating in the exercise.

Three BMD-2 IFVs, a crew of the Tahion unmanned aerial vehicle, and four quad bikes for performing reconnaissance tasks are to be projected together with the personnel to Serbia.


The first Slavic Brotherhood-2016 exercise was held last year at the Rayevsky range (Novorossiysk region).

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