Ukrainian marines “Black Berets” at military training in Mykolaiv
Ukrainian Navy conducted tactical training for marines "Black Berets”, one of the best units of the Ukrainian army, on the training ground in Mykolaiv region
They improved their practical skills of commanders, military decision-making process, the management subordination of the units during combat missions, carrying out combat missions. In addition, the level of coherence of the units was tested.
Marines marched to the combat area, worked with engineering equipment, camouflaged the areas, upgraded their skills in protection and defense of locations from air and sea assault, seized coastal territory. In addition, they have scored a breakthrough, forced the water obstacles, and establishing control over a territory.
Marines were trained together with armored units, antitank artillery, engineering units, aviation army, and rocket artillery.
As was reported before, NATO will hold the largest for the last 10 years military training this autumn.
Currently, July 20-31, "Rapid Trident / Guardian Sabre 2015"military training takes place in Yavoriv, Lviv region. More than 1.2 thousand soldiers from 18 countries participate in the training.
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