The year-end assessment of a group of Xinjiang Military Region takes a test training, aiming at the short board accurate settings

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The year-end assessment of a group of Xinjiang Military Region takes a test training, aiming at the short board accurate settings

2021-12-02 12:13:24 60 ℃

A group of Xinjiang Military Region has enhanced combat power

Targeting a short board precision setting test

The People's Liberation Army reported Yun Yunlong, Hu Shijian reported: in advance in November, the new year's year-end assessment kicked off. In response to a question found in the previous static inspection link, the tuning group sets a plurality of electromagnetic interference traits in the assessment, and verifies the communication capabilities of the team. "The problem of usual exposure has become a test question, direct shortboard weakness." The officers said that the assessment is like a mirror that has taken a gap and enhances the urgency of promoting combat power.

"Only close to the problem weakness sets, you can push off the officers and soldiers to make up the combat power shortboard." The leaders of the group introduced the annual endage, static examination and dynamic pulling often separately. This year, they took static inspection and dynamic pulling mutual integration, mutual inspection assessment model, and embedded the problems found in the static inspection link, embedded the dynamic pulling assessment link, and promoting the force to improve the combat effectiveness in the strength of strength.

The author saw that some of the updates of the preparation of the war preparation group in the previous inspection were not timely issues, and the tuning group was under this situation; a new repair element has no spare parts issues, the guide group Emergency repair levery ... The test points to "soft rib", let officers and men find the gap clearer.

The assessment is expected to find problems, and truly achieved temporary training. After the assessment, the campsite immediately launched a summary reflection and established rectification measures.