Commissioning of new facilities at the military training center [PHOTO/VIDEO]

February 11, 2022 13:24 (UTC+04:00)

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By Vugar Khalilov

Azerbaijani Defense Minister Colonel General Zakir Hasanov, along with senior officers, inaugurated new facilities at the Combined Weapons and Training Center, the ministry reported.

Hasanov was told that steps have been taken to improve combat training and special tactical skills of commandos and other types of troops.

“Training points adapted to real combat conditions have been built at the center for the practical application of modern combat methods. The necessary conditions have been created to improve the combat skills of servicemen, as well as to increase their physical and fire training in all weather conditions,” the report adds.

It was pointed out that the military are trained to fight, plan ambushes and carry out reconnaissance in difficult mountainous terrain, as well as to conduct operations and counter-terrorism operations in civilian establishments.

The military leadership then inspected the newly constructed headquarters building.

It was noted that the building was built according to modern standards. The building has classrooms, administrative premises and offices for the military.

“All rooms are fully equipped with necessary furniture and appliances, including visual aids. The building is equipped with central heating, electricity, water and communications. Landscaping work has been carried out in the area,” the report adds.

Hasanov then opened a new military barracks for servicemen in the center.

The Minister was informed that the new building was provided with arms, ideological, amenity and other premises. The barracks meet all living conditions, recreation and efficient organization of military leisure.

Hasanov instructed the personnel on the study of modern training techniques based on the experience of the 44-day war, their application in combat training and their application in the current situation.

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