Moving troops is one of the decisive factors in combat operations.
Troops can march, relocate in their own machines, or be transported by air, water or rail.
Transportation by rail is mainly used for relocating troops from the depths of the country to the area of hostilities or to regroup forces.
Transportation by rails lets personnel preserve their forces, it is safer for machines as well, and, of course, it saves fuel and oil.
Our Marines also sometimes use the services of Ukrainian railways!
Everything would be fine if it weren’t for one problem – braces. It is impossible to transport heavy machinery without fixing it to a platform. Unfortunately, request from the military to commanders to provide these braces failed to be addressed. They were told the required items are not currently in stock. However, they are still needed.
By joining our efforts we provided the funds and volunteers have purchased all necessary materials. The machinery of the Marines were affixed securely to platforms before leaving for the ATO zone.