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Russian Uragan MLRS crews use Orlan-10 UAVs for target reconnaissance.

| 2020

Reconnaissance units and crews of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) of the Central Military District’s 41st Combined-Arms Army have supported crews of Uragan multiple launch rocket systems (MLRS) in attacking a simulated enemy’s rear targets and a convoy of ammunition trucks during an exercise, the Defense Ministry’s press office said. The maneuvers took place at the Yurga training range in the Kemerovo Region in western Siberia.

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9P140 combat vehicle of 9K57 Uragan MLRS (Picture source: Vitaly Kuzmin)

The maneuvers involved more than 500 servicemen and about 40 items of military and special hardware. "While operating within a unified reconnaissance/engagement force, the crews of Uragan MLRS were assigned a task to hit targets at distances ranging between 8 kilometers [5 miles] and 20 kilometers [12.4 miles]. The targets simulated ammunition trucks and a logistics support facility of the notional enemy," the press office said. "Orlan-10 unmanned aerial vehicles and Fara flash-ranging stations were used for target acquisition and reconnaissance. The coordinates of the simulated enemy were transmitted to the artillery fire command and control post with the use of a Strelets reconnaissance, command, control and communication system," the press office said.

The Orlan-10 system made it possible to assess target engagement and adjust fire.

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Orlan-10 UAV (Picture source: Army Recognition)

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