BEIRUT, LEBANON (7:30 A.M.) – Day three of this year’s Army Games pushed tanks and their crews to their limits in the tank biathlon in Moscow region’s Alabino on Monday.
Crews from Kuwait, China, Kazakhstan and Uganda took part in the second of three stages scheduled to be held on Monday.
Russia is currently in the lead, followed by China in second place then Belarus.
In total, 189 teams from 32 countries will fight for victory in this year’s Army Games.
According to the Russian Ministry of Defense, the Syrian military is currently in 2nd place after the tank biathlon, with Belarus trailing just behind them.
In first place is the Russian military, who demonstrated tremendous accuracy and power during the tank biathlon on Monday.