Infantry Fighting Vehicles compete in 2015 International Army Games

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Infantry Fighting Vehicle operators from Russia, China, and Venezuela, among others, competed in the Suvorov Onslaught contest at the International Army Games at the Alabino military base on the outskirts of Moscow on Wednesday. Russia won the competition, with the People’s Republic of China finishing in second place, and Venezuela coming in third. The International Army Games, which aimed to define military strengths, were held on 10 different proving grounds across Russia with 17 national teams from around the world participating.