Wednesday, June 12, 2024

Russian aviation grouping eliminated a conditional camp in course of joint exercise in Tajikistan

Russian and Tajik pilots practiced eliminating a camp of conditional illegal armed groups and ammunition storages in course of the Russia-Tajikistan joint exercise.

In accordance to the scenario of the exercise, a unit of the conditional enemy captured several buildings. One of the buildings was equipped as a command centre.

Special units have liberated the buildings and knocked the conditional enemy in area of a training camp of conditional insurgents.


Command staff of the joint grouping ordered crews of Tu-95MS and Tu-22M3 long-range bombers to eliminate a camp of conditional illegal armed groups and ammunition storages.

The tactic battalion group of the Tajik Armed Forces was assisted by Su-25 and Mi-24 aircraft.

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