Russian Southern Military District used Strelets control and communications system during drills TASS 82403176

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Russian Southern Military District used Strelets control and communications system during drills
Russian Southern Military District Commander Colonel-General Alexander Dvornikov has arrived at the Molkino training range in the Krasnodar Territory in south Russia to observe the tactical exercise involving infantry brigades based in the Stavropol Territory and Karachay-Cherkessia, the district’s press office said.
     
Russian Southern Military District Commander Colonel-General Alexander Dvornikov has arrived at the Molkino training range in the Krasnodar Territory in south Russia to observe the tactical exercise involving infantry brigades based in the Stavropol Territory and Karachay-Cherkessia, the district’s press office said.
(source: Defencerussia)
     
"In accordance with the exercise’s scenario, the infantry and armored units repelled the attack of a simulated enemy’s superior forces and developed an offensive. At the same time, the crews of advanced Buk-M2 [NATO reporting name: SA-17 Grizzly] air defense missile systems detected and destroyed about 20 aerial targets," the press office said. "The Mil Mi-8AMTSh [Hip] army helicopters and Sukhoi Su-25SM [Frogfoot], Su-30 [Flanker-C] and Su-34 [Fullback] tactical planes destroyed the simulated enemy’s armored vehicles, while the NBC protection units generated aerosol smokescreens to cover the forces on the offensive," the press office added.

Special attention was paid to the work of command posts that controlled the fire of the infantry and artillery units, using the Strelets command, control, communications and reconnaissance system. The Strelets command, control, communications and reconnaissance system is a personal computer displaying all required information on a commander’s troops and that on the enemy, which is obtained from them.

The commander of a unit can superimpose the data on the terrain map and the satellite image of the assigned area. The Strelets system is designed for command, control and communications, data transmission, individual and group navigation, target detection, positioning, identification, designation and data transmission for small arms. It is compatible with all Russian-made reconnaissance, observation and target designation instruments, sights, radars, range finders, goniometers and unmanned aerial vehicles.
     
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