Connection and affiliation of Russian soldiers to this camp as we will see further in the article can be easily traced by means of photographs, showing soldiers posing together or in different places of the camp, like near the reservoir located in the village of Kuibyshevo, and some of the presented Russian soldiers are seen on the occupied Ukrainian territory of Donbas.
Also, Ruslan Izbaev is posing against the backdrop of the Tor complex. If you have not noticed, please pay attention that the Russian soldier wears chevrons of "DPR" and "Novorossia". Most likely that the picture of another soldier was taken at the camp near the village of Kuibyshevo before a next battle "trip" to the Ukrainian Donbas. It should be noted that the Russian soldier Ruslan Izbaev will be seen many more times wearing such chevrons.
Further down, all of the key photos from the camp are:
Many Russian soldiers from the camp were photographed near the monument in the village of Kuibyshevo (foto on Рanoramio), here are some of them:
It turns out that there is a small helipad near this camp, although it is not as well-equipped as the platform which was mentioned earlier in this article. Here it is.
Pictures from the Ukrainian Donbas
Ivan Podorozhniy is the star of the article, Russian soldier from the 138th OMSBr, who provided us with interesting pictures.
Photo against a military KamAZ truck with license plate "DK 3106", indicating that it belongs to the "Donetsk Regiment", i.e. "DPR", and with "DPR" chevrons.
Let us note that KamAZ with the license plate of "DK 3106" is affiliated with air defenses of "DPR." This is evidenced by the photo of equipment in the yard of KomAvto Service Center at 7 Sechenov St., Donetsk: cars with license plates "DK 3111", "DK 3109" and bearing tactical signs on doora - a square with an arrow in the middle.
Movement of Strela surface-to-air missile system with tactical sign of a square with an arrow was previously seen near the store "Donetskryba" on Sechenov Street. (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GwDdqh761fI)
"Before us is the fact how easily a Russian soldier turns into a so-called "militia" and how Russian troops move easily through the territory of the Russian Federation with the chevrons of so-called "militia of Novorossia" ("LPR","DPR"); and how Russian military equipment with DK license plates moves freely, without any escort, in Russia, without being stopped by law enforcement or asked any questions by the Russian authorities and their law enforcement agencies. Why?
"That is because "DK" stands for "Donetsk Corps of the Russian Army" and, accordingly, "LK" is "Luhansk Corps of the Russian Army", and that's it. All that rhetoric about the "militia" under various names, "DPR", "LPR" and so on is a fiction, designed to "I will not say out loud" and an infinite expression of concern ..." the author of the material concluded.