Russian marines take on more than 30 obstacles in a course that exceeds 10 kilometers.
Ukrainian Front in Pisky Under Mortar Fire
Fighting in eastern Ukraine between Ukrainian forces and pro-Russia separatists has died down after a cease-fire agreement last month, but there are stretches of the front line where shooting has never really stopped. Near the village of Pisky, for instance, you can hear the dull thud of incoming mortar rounds, coming in sporadic waves. Pisky is on the Ukrainian government side of the front line, but it's not far from the separatist-controlled city of Donetsk. The shelling is more than a mile from a militia camp set up in what used to be a small hotel and cafe. Read more: http://n.pr/1xz79vs