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- June 11, 2017 at 8:52 am #347278
A guy was mocked for being a parachute trooper – VDV. He didn’t serve in VDV. He served in another prestegeous military unit. Guys made fun of the man after he could not state where he served in VDV. I served in VDV for 18 months. 350 polk, 103 division.
Psycho shot 9 people after people made laugh of himself. One person survived.
Russian police are questioning a man
suspected of killing nine people with a hunting rifle in a village
150km (93 miles) north-west of Moscow.The bodies of five men and
four women were found at the cottage (dacha) in Redkino, near Tver. One
woman’s body was found in the boot of a car.The suspect is an electrician who, reports say, turned up at a party uninvited and got into a drunken rage.A young woman survived by hiding under a blanket and called police.The victims were shot at point-blank range with a Saiga semi-automatic rifle.The suspect has been named as Sergei Yegorov, 45. Russia’s Vesti TV news says he has confessed to the crime.Russian
media report that he lost his temper when some guests refused to
believe him when he said he had once served as a Russian paratrooper.Feeling
insulted, he went home and fetched his rifle, then went back to the
party and opened fire, reports say. The gunman was apparently well
acquainted with the group at the dacha.Among the victims was a 92-year-old woman, the owner of the dacha.June 11, 2017 at 9:27 am #438147
Isn’t there a psychological testing on the draft day? Perhaps he lost his mind later on in his lifeJune 11, 2017 at 10:42 am #438148
I saw the girl surviving . She was shaking… She could not stop shaking. I clincned my fists seeing the girl telling what happened to her
The crazy man wanted be part of us killing 9 people. But he was not part of us.June 11, 2017 at 10:53 am #438149
Sorry, my fellow Czechs. Our 103rd division went to Czechoslovakia in 1968.Our division was given an order.June 11, 2017 at 12:32 pm #438151
I respect you for your service @Sviatogor, back then all had to serve in the army.June 11, 2017 at 6:45 pm #438157
Military service is compulsory in Belarus to these days. Exception are for people who had military training in Universities. They become lieutenants of reserve. Officers. But these lieutenants from universities are not viewed positively in army. They can’t do anything. University military training is seen as an escape from a regular service.
In the past military service was for 2 years. Service in Navy for 3 years. Today in Belarus military service (there’s no Navy anymore) can be 6 months , 12 months or 18 months.June 11, 2017 at 6:50 pm #438158
This autumn Russians, Belarusians and Serbs will have common military training on the territory of Belarus. One of the largest in recent years. NATO forces are cautious.
From what I know Serbian soldiers are viewed positively in Belarus and Russia.
Serbian, Russian and Belarusian troops taking part in the Slavic Brotherhood-2016 joint exercises are preparing to carry out counter-terrorist drills, Serbia’s Special Brigade Commander Brigadier General Zoran Velickovic said Tuesday.
https://sputniknews.com/military/201611081047174104-serbia-russia-belarus-drills/June 11, 2017 at 7:04 pm #438159
The girl that survived and told what happened on dacha lost her fiancé . They planned to marry this year. She was shaking.I don’t know what paratroopers would do this psycho if he was among us.
The girl that survived. Start watching on 10th minuteJune 12, 2017 at 6:32 pm #438232
Sorry, my fellow Czechs. Our 103rd division went to Czechoslovakia in 1968.Our division was given an order.
I wish it never happened. At least if the USSR didn’t fuck up Czecho-Slovak politics. It was the times, when everything was heading toward better future. And suddenly, *boom*, 20 years of stagnation… But what can we do about it now…
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