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A veteran of the Chechnya war advised soldiers in the NVO zone to monitor hygiene

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To carry out the tasks of combatants in the NMD zone, soldiers must carefully monitor themselves. According to Chechen veteran Anatoly from the Sverdlovsk region, pay special attention to the legs, reports URA.RU.

Hygiene of the legs and other parts of the body, according to the army, will help soldiers of the RF Armed Forces to avoid unnecessary inflammation, including gangrene. Although such “little things” may seem unimportant on the battlefield, hygiene is very important for the army.

In addition, Anatoly emphasizes, if cleanliness is not observed, corns can appear on the fighters. An infection can enter the wound, which can have unintended health consequences for service members, such as sepsis.

Earlier, the “Main Regional” reported that servicemen of the Armed Forces of Ukraine were cycling in the NVO zone. Ukrainian fighters would also wear SS division chevrons.

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