Azov soldiers were given command and car radio stations, antennas, routers, repeaters, special communication equipment for armored personnel carriers and EcoFlow charging stations.
The soldiers of the Azov Regiment received 100 command radios, 100 car radios, as well as antennas, routers and repeaters. Also, this batch of aid worth more than UAH 20 million includes 100 EcoFlow charging stations and special communication equipment for armored personnel carriers, the Steel Front website of Rinat Akhmetov’s military initiative reports on Monday, February 27.
“We have a long tradition of helping Azov, we have been helping the men since 2014… A few months ago, we gave 30 pickup trucks to Azov. Now we are giving communication equipment and autonomous generators for a total of UAH 20 million. We really want this equipment to help the men establish communication between divisions,” commented Alexander Vodoviz, head of the project office of the CEO of Metinvest Group, on the transfer of assistance.
In turn, Azov reported that thanks to this batch of assistance, at least one company of fighters will be provided with encrypted communications.
“Thanks to this transmission, somehow, a company, at least a little more, will be fully provided with encrypted communications. In the matter of electricity from batteries, it’s also about a company. It’s good to have both portable radio stations used directly by fighters, and car radio stations that are now in short supply. These radios meet all our requirements for ensuring the secrecy of communications, and thanks to the commander’s radios, you can make group and individual calls so that no one else can hear them, “said the Azov fighter with the call sign Gray.
Recall that at the end of last week, Metinvest, as part of the Steel Front initiative, provided 10 drones with thermal imagers, 10 all-wheel drive Volkswagen Transporters and 20 Fiat Ducato ambulances to Ukrainian servicemen. Earlier, as part of this initiative, a record batch of 100 drones was sent to the eastern and southern directions of the front.
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