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Army Games-2019 ‘Military Olympic Games’ Concluded In Russia And 9 Other Countries (Videos)

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Army Games-2019 'Military Olympic Games' Concluded In Russia And 9 Other Countries (Videos)

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The Army Games 2019 “military Olympic games” finalized on August 17th at Alabino shooting range in Moscow region.

The 5th International Army Games were held from August 3rd to 17th at 25 military training grounds in 10 countries – Russia, Azerbaijan, Armenia, Belarus, China, Kazakhstan, India, Iran, Mongolia and Uzbekistan. These are military training contests organized by the Russian Ministry of Defense.

The first video shows the main event of the entire competition, the tank biathlon finals, with teams from Russia, Belarus, Kazakhstan and Azerbaijan battled for the first place.

The Russian team won the competition. It hit 21 of 24 targets and set a new speed record – 84 km / h. The second place was taken by the national team of Belarus, the Kazakhstan team closed the top three.

Another competition was the Suvorov Attack – an infantry combat vehicle competition, it took place at Korla, northwest China’s Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region.

The Chinese team won first place.

The Sniper Frontier competition took place at the base of the Brest training ground of the 38th Separate Airborne Brigade of the Special Operations Forces of the Armed Forces of the Republic of Belarus.

The team that won was the home team from Belarus.

The Aviadarts 2019 competition took place at the Diaghilevo airfield, near Ryazan. The competition involves en-route flight, visual aerial reconnaissance and piloting technique, as well as attacking a ground (naval) target with a fighter jet. Notably, the Kinzhal hypersonic missile debuted at the competition.

The Russian team received the most nominations, out of 43 teams that took part.

The Russian team won the Airborne Platoon competition.

The first part of the competition involved gathering at the landing site, making a 10 km march with the participants of the competition, training was conducted on the shells of the airborne complex, during which the servicemen used the special-purpose parachute systems Arbalet-2 and D-10.

The competition was held at the Zawelichye training ground in Russia.

The Seaborne Assault competition took place in the Kaliningrad region, at the Khmelevka training ground, Baltic Fleet.

Russia won the competition, with China and Iran coming in 2nd and 3rd, respectively.

The Sea Cup combat ship crews competition took place in the Caspian Sea in Azerbaijani territorial waters.

The crew of the ship of the Republic of Azerbaijan won the contest, with a total of 212 points. The second place was taken by the Russian team with a score of 186 points. The third were sailors from Kazakhstan, with 142 points. The fourth place was taken by the team of the Islamic Republic of Iran, with 136 points.

The Depth diver’s multidiscipline competition took place in Iran.

The National team of the Russian Navy won Depth international contest with 7,415.04 points of 8,000 possible. The second place was won by the team of the People’s Republic of China with 4,922.09 points. In third place is the combined team of the naval forces of the Islamic Republic of Iran, with 4,754.88 points.

The Masters of Artillery Fire was a mortar battery squads competition it took place in Kazakhstan.

The home team won, with Russia and Uzbekistan coming in 2nd and 3rd.

The Gunsmith Master was a maintenance platoons competition that took place in China.

As typical, China won, followed by Russia and Kazakhstan.

The Clear Sky air force defense units competition took place at the Korla training ground, in the Xinjiang Military District.

It was won by China, with Russia and Uzbekistan following.

The Confident Reception competition of anti-aircraft missile troops units took place in Kazakhstan.

Kazakhstan won first place, Russia and China came in 2nd and 3rd.

The Army Scout Masters army reconnaissance units competition was the only competition that took place in India.

India won the competition, Uzbekistan came in 2nd and Russia 3rd.

The Open Water pontoon bridge crews competition had only Russian troops take part in it and it took place in Russia.

The Safe Route combat engineering units competition took place in Russia.

It was won by the Russian team, Belarus came in 2nd and the 3rd spot was shared by Vietnam and Uzbekistan.

The Safe Environment Nbc reconnaissance crews competition took place in China.

It was won by the Chinese team, with Russia and Vietnam coming in 2nd and 3rd.

The Engineering Formula engineering units competition took place in Russia.

The Russian team won, with Belarus coming in 2nd and China 3rd.

The Masters of Armored Vehicle armored vehicle crews competition took place in Russia.

It was also won by Russia and China and Venezuela came in 2nd and 3rd respectively.

The Maintenance Battalion maintenance units competition took place in Russia.

The Russian team won, Uzbekistan came in 2nd, Laos 3rd.

The Elbrus Ring mountain infantry units competition was organized in Russia.

Typically, the Russian team won, with Uzbekistan coming in 2nd and Kazakhstan 3rd.

The True Friend dog handlers competition was carried out in Russia.

It was won by Russia, Uzbekistan and Belarus came in 2nd, Kazakhstan – 3rd.

The Military Medical Relay Race, which was a medical staff competition, was the only event organized in Uzbekistan.

It was won by the home team, Kazakhstan and Russia came in 2nd and 3rd.

The Field Kitchen competition, which was for food service specialists went on in Russia.

It was won by Russia, Belarus finished 2nd, Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan shared the 3rd spot.

The Guardian of Order was a competition of units performing tasks to maintain military discipline, ensure law and order and the protection of military facilities and was one of the many events that took place in Russia.

The Russian team won, Iran was 2nd, Venezuela 3rd.

The Military Rally was a military vehicle crews competition and happened in Russia.

Russia won, China came in 2nd, Belarus and Serbia shared the 3rd spot.

Warrior of the Commonwealth was an International competition of military-professional servicemen skills and was the only event that took place in Armenia.

The Armenian team won, Russia came in 2nd, Kazakhstan 3rd.

Falcon Hunting was a competition for UAV crews and one of three events that took place in Kazakhstan.

Typically, Kazakhstan won, Russia came in 2nd, Belarus 3rd.

Road Patrol was a competition for military police officers and was one of the two events that took place in Iran.

It was won by Iran, with Russia and Uzbekistan finishing 2nd and 3rd.

The Equestrian Marathon was one of two events that included animal companions, the other being True Friend (mentioned above), it was a competition among horse-mounted units and was the only event hosted by Mongolia.

It was won by Mongolia, with Kazakhstan coming in 2nd and Russia and Kyrgyzstan 3rd.

The Polar Star competition was a special forces event and it only included teams from Belarus and Russia. It took place in Belarus.

Belarus won it, Russia came in 2nd.

The Emergency Area was a competition between emergency rescue units and it took place in Russia.

Only teams from Russia and Vietnam took place, with Russia winning.

The final event was the Sayan March, and it took place in Russia.

The Russian team won it, Tajikistan and Angola followed in 2nd and 3rd, respectively.

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  • Garga

    Good thinking for creating such games and I hope participating countries grow over time.

    But are you thinking what I’m thinking?
    The author too probably thinks the same way or knows something, my take for using “typical” for the winners announcement.
    Do host countries receive a boost or extra points, or is it because their teams are more familiar with that particular competition’s conditions which their countries are hosting?

  • cechas vodobenikov
  • You can call me Al

    Nice, but just 1 question.

    The teams comprised Russia, Azerbaijan, Armenia, Belarus, China, Kazakhstan, India, Iran, Mongolia and Uzbekistan. Now when I went to Kazakhstan, I never saw a black face…. since when ?

    I am not saying anything negative, I am just surprised…. where are the black guys from ?.

    • Tudor Miron

      There were way more teams participating but they were not among winners. Here’s the full list. http://armygames2019.mil.ru/results_countries
      Such cooperation within army games is a way more important than just games. It’s a great way to develop ties between militaries. I’m sure that NATO is worried looking at that list. World is much bigger than NATO.

      • You can call me Al

        Oh right thanks… just looked up your site, interesting thanks.

        But that is so different what most sites say….

        “2019 International Army Games – It was planned to be organized in 32 disciplines hosted in 10 countries starting on August 3, 2019 in Korla. Russia, India, China, Azerbaijan, Armenia, Belarus, Iran, Mongolia, Uzbekistan and Kazakhstan are the countries hosting it”.

        PS Even the heading of this article states 10 Countries…..