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Ukrainians Get Hip-Pocket Training for the Pocket RPG

Published 6 months ago

Freshly recruited Ukrainian Soldiers receive a hip-pocket period of instruction on the Polish RPG-76 'Komar', better known as the Mosquito.


The RPG-76, also known as the Komar in Polish and Mosquito in English, is a lightweight foldable anti-tank weapon system designed for paratroopers. This weapon system first saw entry into the Polish military back in 1985, and was retired in 2003. Now, a large number of these weapon systems have suddenly appears in Ukraine to help fight back the iron-tide of Russian armored columns.


This video, which was recorded in an unknown location, shows fresh Ukrainian troops being trained on the weapon system by an instructor. He teaches them how to initially open the weapon system, and them demonstrates how the weapon system operates. Normally this period of instruction would be followed by a live fire range where each student would be allowed to test fire the rocket, but I'm sure they don't exactly have time for that since these guys are training for combat one hour and experiencing it the next.


josh brooks

Published 6 months ago

Freshly recruited Ukrainian Soldiers receive a hip-pocket period of instruction on the Polish RPG-76 'Komar', better known as the Mosquito.


The RPG-76, also known as the Komar in Polish and Mosquito in English, is a lightweight foldable anti-tank weapon system designed for paratroopers. This weapon system first saw entry into the Polish military back in 1985, and was retired in 2003. Now, a large number of these weapon systems have suddenly appears in Ukraine to help fight back the iron-tide of Russian armored columns.


This video, which was recorded in an unknown location, shows fresh Ukrainian troops being trained on the weapon system by an instructor. He teaches them how to initially open the weapon system, and them demonstrates how the weapon system operates. Normally this period of instruction would be followed by a live fire range where each student would be allowed to test fire the rocket, but I'm sure they don't exactly have time for that since these guys are training for combat one hour and experiencing it the next.


josh brooks

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