Censor.NET reports with reference to TSN news.
Tornado MLRSes, Gvozdika self-propelled guns, and other Russian military equipment are stored at the training field. "We've seen a tank unit. Present artillery unit consists of SPGs and multiple launch rocket systems. I understand they are performing a combat shakedown. Practice some defense and attack exercises," military expert Kostiantyn Mashovets says. It's important to note that a 2-km area around the base has restricted access. Perimeter is secured with the armed servicemen.
In addition, general of foreign intelligence service Mykola Malomuzh doesn't rule out presence of the anti-aircraft unit used to down the Malaysian Airlines MH17 flight over Torez at the same training camp. The officer pointed out that the base can be easily found via Google Maps satellite images, while Russian service Yandex-maps has concealed the area. Malomuzh added that Russia had not had large military bases close to Ukrainian borders before, but in April of 2015 the aggressor country had to acknowledge presence of the military base near Rostov-on-Don after full-ammunition self-propelled gun artillery unit had exploded there.