Russia receives new vehicle simulators
Strategic Missile Forces (SMF) units of the Russian armed forces have received new vehicle simulators, the Russian Ministry of Defence announced on 3 July.
The simulators will be used to train specialist crew for the Typhoon-M combat vehicle, the Listva remote mine clearance vehicle, and the Yars mobile missile launch system.
The SMF units are set to receive hundreds of the simulators by 2020.
The simulators are being deployed at missile formation facilities at Tagil, Novosibirsk and Kozelsk. The Teykov missile division has already received the simulators.
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