Japan’s Ground Self-Defense Ammunition 44 tons with an integrated fire drill held
BEIJING, Aug. 30, according to Japan’s Kyodo News reported that the Japanese Ground Self-Defense 30 exercise field in the East Fuji in Japan had the largest live-fire training “Fuji comprehensive fire drill” to the general public open. Exercises with ammunition about 44 tons (equivalent to 360 million yen, equivalent to about 26.26 million yuan) to visitors for about 30,000 spectators showed the results of daily training.
exercises to combat the idea of ??landing a prerequisite for the enemy, spent about 2,400 SDF personnel, about 80 tanks and 90 armored vehicles and other vehicles, about 25 anti-tank helicopters and other aircraft, 40 artillery pieces.
Japan’s House of Representatives election day, polling day, the meeting room, rang the local Electoral Affairs Commission from time to time call for broadcasting to vote. GSDF team participating in the exercise, said most have early voting.
The exercise started in 1961, the main purpose is to train the SDF.