The photos of various Russian military equipment have been found in militants' social media (SM) profiles. Grad rocket systems, self-propelled guns and tanks are deployed on a military range near the village of Karlo-Marksove between Horlivka and Yenakiieve, the Donetsk region. Gvozdika self-propelled guns have also been recorded hidden in a non-residential building, as well as location of one of Russia's military bases - on the territory of the Yenakiieve social rehabilitation secondary school of I-III levels.
Aug. 6, 2015, Yurii Kasianov uploaded several "SOS Army" drone pictures to his SM profile: "This is collaborators' military range near Karlo-Marksove. Illegal armed units of the so-called "DPR" regularly train here. Today, we "attended" firing practice of an armored regiment. There are definitely more such ranges."
Due to an OSINT investigation, drone pictures have been complimented with pictures of Russian equipment on the range taken by militants in different periods.
Note that a Gvozdika self-propelled gun with the hull number 514 has been repeatedly recorded in downtown Horlivka at different festivities. That is, mortars of "5xx" series are constantly deployed in the Horlivka area.
The first photo was taken on Aug. 2 in the center of the city and the second one shows Victory parade on May 9.
June pictures by Lekha Lavronenko show Gvozdikas, Grads and other military equipment on the range (the place is marked in orange on the map below).
In one of the pictures, on the horizon, one can see a winding tower and gob piles of Red Partisan coal mine (marked in red).
Most of the exposing SM profiles of Russian militants have been added to the "Peacemaker" database (e.g. Chernomeza Nikolai and Vyalshin Ganibal).
Here are other photos from their SM profiles, as well as of their comrades.
The "3" in a diamond in the picture below is put over the half erazed original Russian gun's number "441."
Vyalshin Said Ganievich, a Russian militant, uploaded a set of fresh pictures with Russian tanks to his SM profile yesterday.
Russian military base in the territory of children's care house.
The exact location of the building with a Gvozdika self-propelled gun has not been identified so far. But this building is a permanent location where this equipment is stationed, which is proved by pictures taken in different periods, namely, a photo dated Feb. 2, 2015.