Russia: Man with zero military experience receives army call

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Russia: man with zero military experience receives army call

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Russia: Man with zero military experience receives army call | A Moscow resident, Viktor Bugreyev, told Russian media on Thursday that he has received army call up papers, despite having no military training. Bugreyev, said he worked as an I.T specialist, and had never had any military experience.

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