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The military festival at Targi Kielce

10 september 2022
Despite unfavourable weather conditions, crowds visit the Open Day of the International Defence Industry Exhibition. The exhibition prepared by the Polish Army

Heavy equipment located on outdoor exhibition grounds is always the most popular of visitors. Krab cannons, Leopard tanks, infantry fighting vehicles, Rosomak armoured personnel carriers and much more to see. The show is a bit less crowded than before due to the rain, but many people watch them anyway. In A expo hall, the American MRAP Cougar expo stand is very popular. Military universities have equally interesting booths - virtual reality simulators, used for training soldiers without the use of combat equipment; increasing realism are a real magnet.

- Eye tracker - a device that monitors the movement of the eyeballs, their speed and the extremes of vision in order to track the point of focus. Used to determine the level of stress while performing professional tasks;

- Triple Rhine circle, the so-called gyroscope - rotation around all axes passing through the body centre and in all planes;

The Armed Forces Exhibition is the main point of the MSPO Open Day. There is an abundance of attractions prepared by the Inspectorate for Armed Forces Support, Targi Kielce, including   Combat song concerts and parade drill shows are also a part of the programme. The spectacular helicopter take-off were unfortunately postponed due to the weather.

 

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