National Guard's press officer Vadym Holub wrote on Facebook, Censor.NET reports.
The trainees were able to see operations by NGU aviation, with airborne drops and evacuation of wounded; to conduct fire exercised with D-30 howitzer, 80 mm and 120 mm mortars; to see operation of artillery units.
"The skills to evacuate wounded they learned during the training might be used not only in the ATO [anti-terrorist operation -ed.] area, but in peaceful life as well," says NGU commander, Lieutenant General Yurii Allerov.
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