Saturday, June 15, 2024

Russian Airborne units from Kostroma have performed landing operation in Belarus for the first time

Russian Airborne units from Kostroma have performed landing operation in Belarus for the first time in course of the joint Russian-Belarusian tactic exercise.

Several airborne groups of Russia and Belarus (about 250 men) landed on the “Sahara” landing pad.

Transport aviation crews of the Belarusian Air Force demonstrated high professionalism level in dropping the insert group on the restricted area in the border zone of the Union State.

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After landing, the paratroopers of both countries moved to the assigned area in order to prepare for special activities in the responsibility zone.

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