The mobilized Russians will be able to take quadrocopters and night vision devices with them to the military unit, the government resource “Explain.rf” reports . It contains information on how and in what order “partial” mobilization is carried out in Russia.
Drones can be used "only with the permission of the commander." You can also bring your own night vision devices, a riflescope or binoculars - "with the exception of devices equipped with means of positioning, as well as means of data transmission."
As the Russian authorities assure , all mobilized Russians "will be provided, equipped, trained, combat coordination and will be sent to carry out tasks." However, it turns out that this is not true.
So, on September 27, Sirena published a video in which a representative of a military unit in the Altai Territory advises conscripts to buy hydrogen peroxide, tourniquets and asks their wives to provide the mobilized with the cheapest pads (they must be put into shoes), as well as tampons - to cover bullet holes with them. wounds.
And here is a list of things that one of the Russian military registration and enlistment offices recommends taking. There is literally everything: underwear, electrical tape, slippers, and even a bulletproof helmet and bulletproof vest (in the “desirable” column).
On September 24, a video shot by mobilized men in Primorye went viral on social networks: during the exercises, they were given rusty AK-47 and AKM Kalashnikov assault rifles. The conscript on the video says: “These were issued to the tank boys. They said: “Why do you need Kalash if you have tanks?” After that, the weapons were replaced, and propagandists said that this is how “civil society works”: “And now it takes and builds itself, through the understanding of citizens, what is the responsibility for The future of the country lies with them as well.”