This was announced by the international volunteer community InformNapalm, Censor.NET informs.
Most of the soldiers in question are seasoned contract servicemen, who had received combat experience in the so-called counter-terrorist trips to the Northern Caucasus. It is worth noting that some of these "Donbas veterans" made it to Syria after their Ukrainian trip. Others have been noted by InformNapalm before, but now they are spotted with new photographs, the authors of the investigation wrote.
Igor Bushuev (archive of profile, photo album 1 and 2, contacts), whose album includes images from the Donbas.
The image above shows garages at the 3035 military unit in Luhansk, noticed by investigative blogger Askai.
Мaks Baranov, his real last name is possibly Rezvov (archive of his profile, photo album, and contacts), whose album includes an image of an armored vehicle repair at Kamensk-Shakhtynskyi district of the Rostov oblast, neighboring Ukraine, in September 2014.
Baranov also saved a video of the marines' rest in August 2014 at the military unit No. 3035 in Luhansk, titled "It's this way here" (archive).
Sergey Kachanov (archive of profile, photo album, contacts), whose album includes a series of images from the Donbas posted in April 2016. The images show the "rebels" posing against a destroyed village.
Roman Tertilov (archive of profile, photo album, contacts) is showcased for the second time. Tertilov has again posted another image from the Donbas - this time against an armored vehicle with imperial Russian flag.
Maksim Martynenko (archives of profile, photo album, and contacts) poses against tanks with inscriptions "Death to Aidar" [Ukrainian volunteer battalion - ed.]. He has been featured in other Donbas investigations of InformNapalm as well.
Nikolay Nikolaevich (archive of profile, photo album 1 and 2, and contacts) posted a photo from Ukraine-bordering fields in the Rostov oblast, against helicopters Ka-52 and Mi-8, showed also by other Russian soldiers who had been in the "Rostov-Ukrainian trip."
Vladimir Dubrovskiy (archive of profile, photo album, contacts) posted an image of disguised equipment of a mortar battery from Ukraine-bordering area, uploaded in September 2014, also showed by other "Donbas veterans" (1 and 2).
Diman Trudny (archive of profile, photo album, contacts) posted a series of images of Nona SAU battery in September-October 2014, which had been hidden in a forest and might have shelled Ukraine at that time.
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