Legendary Redis in action: Azov Brigade soldiers conduct company tactical training. Video
The network showed footage of recent company tactical exercises of the Azov brigade. They were attended by Azov commander Denys Prokopenko ('Redis'), who returned to Ukraine after being captured by Russia and held in Turkey.
The video was published on the official Telegram channel of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Ukraine on Monday, 14 August. The exercise itself took place on 4 August (to watch the video, scroll to the bottom of the page).
The very first frame of the video showed Denys Prokopenko talking to the brigade's soldiers.
The recording also shows the defenders of Ukraine preparing for offensive operations on the front line. The brigade's soldiers rehearsed the situation on the battlefield and practised using equipment and weapons.
Earlier, Azov reported that the main purpose of such tactical exercises was to work out practical issues of planning and organising combat in offence and defence, commanding units in combat and providing them with comprehensive support.
As OBOZREVATEL previously reported, Ukrainians who joined the 24th Separate Mechanised Brigade named after King Danylo are undergoing training before being sent to the frontline. These classes provide them with the knowledge and skills that will be the basis for their future success in combat.