Russian T90A tanks practice all-terrain maneuvers and shooting drills in the country's south. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) Russian T90A tanks drilled in the country's Krasnodar region on Tuesday (April 14) manoeuvring on a muddy tracks of the Mol'kino training ground. Some tanks trudged through a bumpy field and waterways, getting mud caked into their tracks, while several other tanks were also seen firing guns with soldiers loading shells into them. The T-90A tank, which is also sometimes called the T-90 Vladimir, is a modern version of Russia's main battle tank with a welded turret. Krasnodar region is situated in the south of Russia and borders Ukraine. Russian President Vladimir Putin has promised to spend more than 21 trillion roubles (340 billion US dollars) by the end of the decade to overhaul Russia's fighting forces.