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Specialists of artillery and multiple launch rocket systems (MLRS) of the Caspian Flotilla (CFL) conducted a training in firing and fire control (CFM) on a modern Arterra-VT-3D simulator.

The new computerized artillery range is a complex of special software and hardware designed for conducting exercises with artillery and missile units.

The educational and training tool (TCB) provides visualization of a three-dimensional model of a geographic area of ​​the terrain with characteristic elements of landscapes, infrastructure facilities. The screens also display fire weapons, objects of observation and the effects of hitting targets during the course of artillery fire.

The system allows you to conduct classes and training in shooting and control of all types of fire, realizing any method of shelling with a different combination of weapons in real time. In this case, the degree of hitting the target is taken into account and an assessment is made of the effectiveness of the implementation of the assigned combat mission. The virtual polygon also allows you to simulate fire day and night in all types of terrain, to recreate any real terrain using data from electronic topographic maps.

As part of the training, the servicemen completed the training firing tasks of the artillery training course from closed firing positions with all types of fire, applied methods of firing at a target with a different combination of weapons (cannon artillery, mortars, MLRS) in real time with automatic determination of the degree of destruction of targets and an assessment of the implementation of fire tasks.

At present, the CFL continues to improve and modernize training facilities for training specialists in barrel artillery and MLRS, technical means of artillery reconnaissance, as well as the combat use of missile systems.

In total, more than 30 KFl artillery specialists took part in the training on the QMS at the TCB.

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