File:Angolan soldiers training in Russia.png

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English: Angolan Army soldiers instruct their fellow mortarmen on coordinates as a part of their training in Russia. From left to right, the ranks of the men are Second Lieutenant, First Lieutenant, and Captain.
Source Артиллеристы ВС Анголы ведут огонь из минометов 2С12 «Сани» и ручных гранатометов at 1:08.
Author Russian Ministry of Defence


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