Many Russian tents with military seen in Belarus, as well as MiG jet interceptors and Kh-47M2 Kinzhal missiles
In addition to Russian MiG-31K jet interceptors and containers where Kh-47M2 Kinzhal missiles can be stored, tents with Russian military personnel have appeared at the training grounds of Belarus.
Source: Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty, showing satellite images from Planet Labs
Details: A large number of tents and military equipment can be seen at Obuz-Liasnoŭski, the 230th General Military Training Ground near Baranovichi [Brest Oblast, Belarus]. The photos were taken on October 31, but, according to the source, personnel and equipment started arriving at the training ground after October 16.
The photo shows two tent camps. The largest measures 150 by 220 meters [more than two football fields – ed.]. The size of the other camp is 90 by 90 meters.
Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty noted that at least 150 tents have been delivered there. Around 200 pieces of military equipment, mostly trucks, lie near these tents.
To the north of the camp there is a field hospital measuring 100 by 80 meters, the size of a football field.
At least 40 tents covering a total area of 100 by 60 meters can be seen in the northernmost part of the training center.
Another tent camp measuring 50 by 160 meters, with at least 35 military tents, was spotted at the Repishcha military training ground near Osipovichi. [Mogilev Oblast of Belarus].
Nearby is a parking lot for equipment (150 by 150 meters); there are trucks and several howitzer-like vehicles.
Veraĭtsy station is located north of the military training ground; there is a train there, from which the material is unloaded. Some of the equipment is already on the road to the training ground.
Satellite images of the Lasvida training ground near the city of Vitebsk, Belarus, show that tents began to appear there after October 11; later the first equipment arrived and the camp began to expand.
Previously, Norwegian media outlet Faktisk published satellite images of Machulishchy airfield, taken by Planet Labs on October 18 and 31 at 10:41 a.m. (Kyiv time). Latest photos showed that three Russian Air Force MiG-31K supersonic interceptors, which can carry Kh-47M2 Kinzhal air-launched hypersonic ballistic missiles, remained at the Machulishchy airfield.
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