Russian PMC is preparing super-soldiers from the militia (PHOTO, VIDEO)

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Military leader Oleg Blokhin made for the Russian Spring a new report on how Russian PMC fighters train Syrian militiamen in new special training courses. Leaked information about this had already caused alarm in the ranks of the gangs.

As RV previously reported, during the large selection of cadets under the guidance of Russian instructors, more than 750 fighters passed it on the first day, Only 50 of them will remain. And out of 50, 20 will remain.

Twenty days have passed since the beginning of the courses for the training of CAA fighters by Russian specialists.

After the selection and formation of groups, they departed to different war zones in different provinces of Syria. From one of the groups we went to the province of Hama, where they began to undergo daily training.

The course turned out to be very difficult – after all, during its time it is necessary to master as elements of tactics, to obtain and carry out a large amount of individual physical training, field medicine and some other points needed in modern war. After the first 10 days of classes and training, the cadets felt the difference between the base that they had and the one that began to line up and appear now. After 20 days, both the instructors and the fighters themselves had something to note and show. Classes and training gave a very good result. And this is not even half the way that the cadets have to go.

Already we can say that after these courses, the Syrian army will receive good level fighters capable of performing various tasks – from conducting combat operations to ensuring security, which is very relevant today in Syria.

Now passed the first tests, after which the training will continue.

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