Russian Gunmen Test Advanced Mobile Reconnaissance Unit
The artillery infantry brigade of the Southern Military District has tested the Msta-S self-propelled artillery guns at the Prudboy firing range in Russia’s Volgograd Region as part of the field training exercises. This was reported by the press service of the Russian Defence Ministry.
“During the field training exercises, the artillery infantry brigade used the latest PRP-4A Argus mobile reconnaissance unit based on the BMP-2 and equipped with a pulse monitoring device and a thermal imager for reconnaissance and target detection,” the press service of the Southern Military District informed.
The servicemen practiced taking up a firing position, preparing for fight and firing from closed firing positions. According to the information presented by the press service of the Russian Defence Ministry, the artillery brigade has spent over 1,000 units of ammunition during three weeks of the field training exercises.