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Internet users have a unique opportunity to see the landing of cadets of the Far Eastern Higher Combined Arms Command School named after K.K. Rokossovsky on video in 360 degrees.

The video was filmed during a practical lesson with the students of the school. Thanks to the use of a high-tech spherical shooting format, it was possible to record a full-view video from a camera attached to the cadet’s protective helmet. While watching the video, you can independently control the camera and, literally “twisting your head”, see how the cadet is landing and returning fire from a machine gun from the parachute harness.

The new format gives the impression of being completely immersed in what is happening on the screen. The maximum effect is achieved when watching a video with glasses or a VR (virtual reality) helmet.

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Far Eastern Higher Combined Arms Command School named after Marshal of the Soviet Union K.K. Rokossovsky, stationed in the city of Blagoveshchensk in the Amur Region, is one of the oldest military educational institutions of Russia in the Far East. Since 1940, the school has trained more than 26 thousand highly qualified officers, 41 of whom were awarded the title of Hero of the Soviet Union and Hero of the Russian Federation.

Currently, DVOKU is the only school in the country that trains platoon commanders for the mountain and Arctic units of the Ground Forces, as well as the school that prepares marine officers.

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