The war has still been on, so we continue to support our combat troops. It turned out we slightly misinformed you last time, therefore now we have to apologize and correct the info a bit.
Some time ago we bought three kits of equipment for thorough vehicle inspections for our sapper unit. As the kits haven’t been sent yet so far, we got the chance to examine these closely. Now we’re going to tell you about the gear itself and what it serves for.
It is a telescopic rod that ends with a fastener enabling to attach mirrors to the device, and a powerful lamp on its side. So a sapper attaches the corresponding mirror, turns on the lamp and adjusts the angle of the mirror to ensure the entire view of a vehicle’s underneath surface including every hole in it.
The rod allows to check what the cat is doing in its nest, quite easily
Obviously, the device makes the process of inspection much more comfortable, indeed: an officer who carries out the check-up, does not need to kneel down in the dirt to grope the undercarriage of a vehicle manually. All the equipment is stored in a small usable case which ensures both comfortable carrying and storing it and protects against dirt and possible damage. One just puts it on the ground and clicks its two locks open: the gear is ready to be used.
The unit we’re sending these devices to, have been actively working along the contact line. Groups that form the unit, are engaged in de-mining of territories: usually, we send powerful metal detectors to them. The rest of the unit’s specialists take active part in the inspections carried out in the crossing points on the contact line. Their mission is to prevent covert enemies, saboteurs or traitors from carrying hidden weapons, explosives or other trafficked munitions into the government controlled territory which is free from occupiers.
Dear friends, we urge you to participate in the Rapid Response project to the extent you can afford. It is at the expense of your financial support that we can operatively buy the equipment requested by our military which the state often fails to supply them in time, or just cannot provide due to certain reasons. It is not about any fancy gear: we supply the guys with the equipment that provides them with advantage in a battle allowing them to stay alive and come back home intact. So please consider our appeal as we don’t ask anything for ourselves: the war is still on, and we need to go on with supporting our Army, don’t we?