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.
"Training is held daily. You get used to it. Sometimes you even like grating sand on your teeth," - anti-tank units of Ukraine's Armed Forces exercised in Chernihiv region. VIDEO(0)