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Armored combat vehicles speedily board warship

(People's Daily Online)

14:49, August 23, 2011

On Aug. 19, an armored regiment under the Nanjing Military Area command carries out a loading and unloading drill for armored combat vehicles. Directed by a commander, 12 armored vehicles board a warship in an intense and orderly manner in only 8 minutes and 46 seconds, which set a new record for this regiment. (China Military Online/Mu Ruilin)

Edited and Translated by Ma Xi, People's Daily Online

This regiment has focused its attention on changes to the fighting capacity mode through dangerous and difficult training in recently years. By actively exploring new fighting and training methods in information-based conditions, all-around warfare capabilities have improved dramatically.

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John Gable at 2011-08-3065.211.19.*
It is not how fast you board it that counts. It is how fast you come off it that is most important. You are facing the wrong way. Now you have to back out with gear in reverse and gun facing the wrong way. You should be embarressed.
  

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