Utria Military Challenge Won by Pärnu Team ({{commentsTotal}})

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This year's Utria military endurance competition, held on January 17-18, was won by the second team of the home guard's Pärnu defense district. 

Over 30 hours, the 26 squads had to find dropboxes and checkpoints in a 300-square-kilometer area in northeastern Estonia, negotiate a minefield and solve communication and reconnaissance challenges.

Due to the remnants of a low pressure system in the upper atmosphere, the weather was milder by day, but temperatures dropped to -20 C at night.

The event, commemorating an amphibious landing that turned the tide of the War of Independence in January 1919, concluded with a final sprint on Saturday morning.

Utria is the qualifier for participation in the country's premier military endurance event, the Admiral Pitka Recon Challenge held in the summer.



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