As reported by Censor.NET citing the Defense Ministry press service, the soldiers take maximum advantage of stationary power tools to repair and restore vehicles and equipment damaged during the ATO.
The biggest possible number of personnel is involved with repair unit specialists and armored car service teams doing the majority of work.
The military deem the human element to be the most common cause of breakdowns, so the transfer of knowledge from experienced specialists to other soldiers is normal practice during the repairs.
At the final stage, the equipment is covered in protective dark green paint with pixel camouflage pattern applied over the coating.
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