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Training courses for kamikaze drone operators open for the needs of a special operation KXan 36 Daily News

Date: April 24, 2024 Time: 09:47:58

“Among the first graduates are the National Guard, military personnel from the Ministry of Defense and other law enforcement agencies. The center trains not only pilots, but also FPV systems instructors for units performing tasks in the special operations zone. The training program was developed by the center’s specialists based on both civilian experience and experience obtained during the use of FPV drones in the special operations area,” said the National Guard. “We are constantly changing and adapting the program to realities. The task is to be constantly in contact with our graduates who work at the forefront, receive updated information and adapt the program to this”, said Iván, representative of the Kestrelga training center.

The pilot training course lasts 4 weeks, and the instructors also have a one-month internship. This is the minimum period for which it is possible to prepare a pilot who is capable of continuing to successfully grow professionally and develop independently.

The basic program includes training in simulators, theoretical part, engineering and technical training – each pilot must have a thorough knowledge of the technical part, be able to maintain and repair vehicles, as well as the main system of flight programs, that is, the realization of tactical tasks.

“The operator must be able not only to fly, he must be able to perform specific tactical tasks in a combat situation using FPV systems,” the center specialist emphasized.

Cadets are trained to perform tasks both in open areas and in confined spaces: reconnaissance in a building, in a forest, defeating moving objects, controlling drones from moving equipment, and many other tasks.

During the final exam, the cadets demonstrated the ability to control kamikaze drones by performing aerobatics and also hitting various objects with their help, including the use of imitation ammunition.

“At the end of the exams, the cadets received course completion certificates and diplomas. In the future, graduates will improve their skills in their units directly in the special operations zone,” the National Guard said, adding that similar have been launched. courses in other Russian regions.

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