Borisoglebsk-2 EW system delivered to a Russian military base in Tajikistan


A Borisoglebsk-2 electronic warfare (EW) system has been delivered to Russia’s military base in Tajikistan, the Russian Central Military District’s press office said. "EW units of Russia’s 201st military base in Tajikistan have received advanced R-934BMV jamming stations of the Borisoglebsk-2 system," the press office said.


Borisoglebsk 2 EW system delivered to a Russian military base in Tajikistan
Borisoglebsk jamming system (Picture source: Russian MoD)


"After accepting the military hardware, the servicemen started theoretical and practical training to practice reconnoitering the electronic environment and jamming a simulated enemy’s radio systems," the Russian Central Military District’s press office said. "Besides, the servicemen will undergo special training and practice operations within crews," the press office added.

The Borisoglebsk-2 EW system is designed to jam satellite communication and radio navigation systems and detect, locate and jam tactical-level command and control radio networks and communication lines.

The 201st military base is Russia’s biggest military facility beyond its border. The base is stationed in the cities of Dushanbe and Qurghonteppa in Tajikistan. The large unit will be stationed in Tajikistan through 2042 under an agreement signed by Russia and Tajikistan in October 2012.


 

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