International Exchanges and Cooperation:494 NUE has established good partnerships with domestic universities such as Tsinghua University and Huazhong University of Science and Technology to jointly cultivate master’s and doctoral students and carry out scientific research cooperation. More than 150 people have visited or studied abroad in Russia, South Korea, the United States, and other countries. More than 200 faculty members and cadets have visited the United States, Singapore, Russia, and other countries on the Zhenghe Training Ship. Several dozen foreign military delegations have visited NUE. NUE has also trained nearly 1,000 international students from Bangladesh, Vietnam, Tanzania, Congo, and other countries.
According to the interview around 42 defects have been discovered over the course of five tournaments. To answer your question, the track conditions at Tank Biathlon is a lot more strenuous than regular tank training conditions. For instance I don’t think that tanks during normal training s would fly off 45 degree ramps or stay semi-submerged for 20 yards. With hardware some problems are difficult to manifest and not easily reproducible. Each Tank Biathlon match only lasts around an hour and there around four of them till the finals. Distribute that among three tanks you get a hand of hours per vehicle.
I too was surprised that Vietnam still sends soldiers to the Chinese military schools but I guess relations have eased somewhat post Sino-Vietnamese border conflicts despite the two countries being at logger heads over SCS Islands. As for why Vietnam needs to send soldiers abroad, I think that it is probably due to resource limitations. Until the T-90 purchase Vietnam didn’t really operate any third generation tanks, and even afterwards the bulk of their gear are Cold War era Soviet designs. I’m pretty sure that Vietnam also sends students to Russia but in the case of this particular tank biathlon commander, he graduated from Shijiazhuang and reportedly has a semi-Chinese fashion sense.
The game is rigged but this year Russia didn't have to resort to any underhanded tactics to win. I'd say they won fair and square this year and the only year that they didn't is 2020. In other years they had at least 5 to 10 minute lead over the other teams so it didn't really matter.Did anyone doubt that the russians would win?
The other teams performed in the same track as the chinese team. That doesnt excuse anything.