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 "We only need an hour and a half to get in position and fire first volley," - Giatsint gun crews do drills in the rear. VIDEO

Soldiers of the 44th Separate Artillery Brigade sharpen their fighting skills in the rear after withdrawal from the contact line.

As reported by Censor.NET, the brigade has 152-mm Giatsint-B towed large-caliber guns in service. Their standard deployment time is 2 minutes 20 seconds. Gunners cope with the task perfectly. In order to maintain combat readiness, exercises are conducted not only during the day but also at night. If necessary, the crews are ready within an hour and a half to get in firing positions to repulse Russian terrorists.

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