The large-scale training to repel the sea-borne landing of enemy troops took place in Pryazovia, north coast of the Sea of Azov, on October 10. The Joint Forces Operation HQ reported this on Facebook.
It is noted that during the drills, pilots of tactical and army aviation, personnel of Sea Guard unit of state Border Guard Service, artillery soldiers, National Guard fighters, tank operators of reserve, and engineers from mine planters unit improved their skills.
“The aviation, artillery, and tanks gradually eliminated the airborne troops of the enemy upon their arrival to the coast and stopped attempts to make a landing. Further, the units of the National Guard and tank reserve soldiers forced the enemy to the sea,” the message says.
The Joint Forces Operation HQ noted good teamwork of the participants of military drills and confirmed their ability to carry out such operations.
As it was reported earlier, the largest tactical drills of Ukraine's Armed Forces in 2018 took place at the proving ground situated at the Sea of Azov coast in April.
The training lane was equipped with the special radio-wave-controlled targets. It allowed to fully imitate the attack and the tactics of the enemy. Moreover, the commanders of all chains used only the staff means of communication.
Also, a few self-propelled artillery batteries, mortar launchers and multiple-launch missile systems also were involved.