The Nanjing Campus of the Army Artillery and Air Defense Academy carried out on-site teaching

  moved the military classroom to the battlefield of the year

  Professor Yan Yaozu from the Nanjing Campus of the Army Artillery and Air Defense Academy gave a lecture to the students on "Artillery Combat Deployment for Landing on Yijiangshan Island"

  Photo by Lian Xin

  Military typical

  ◎Lian Xin Jiang Dong, reporter Zhang Qiang

  "The Yijiangshan Island joint landing operation is the only three-armed joint operation conducted by our army so far. All aspects of campaign planning, force use, combat coordination, firepower coordination, and on-the-spot training can arouse our thinking. Preparatory work has an important reference role..." Standing on the position at the time, Professor Yan Yaozu from the Nanjing Campus of the Army Artillery and Air Defense Academy gave a lecture to the students on the artillery combat deployment of the Yijiangshan Island Landing Operation.

  This is a scene where the Nanjing Campus of the Army Artillery and Air Defense Academy organized in-service officers and students to conduct on-site teaching at the battle site of Yijiangshan Island.

  A reporter from Science and Technology Daily learned that the Central Military Commission recently issued the "Chinese People's Liberation Army Joint Operations Outline (Trial)."

This is the top-level law of our military's new era combat doctrine system. This on-site teaching activity is the school's practical measures to persist in and accelerate the training of joint operations command personnel and take multiple measures to improve the cadets' joint combat capabilities.

  How should artillery firepower be used and coordinated in joint operations?

How to innovate the use of artillery and tactics in future operations?

How should artillery combat training methods be improved in the new era?

  With these questions in mind, they organized students to visit the Yijiangshan Island Landing Campaign Memorial Hall for perception teaching, landed on Toumenshan Island to conduct observational teaching on Yijiangshan Island, landed on Yijiangshan Island and other scorched earth where the ancestors once fought for on-site teaching. Learn to analyze, investigate and study battlefields, and determine the assignments of battle cases. In the process of watching and enlightening, learning and thinking, you can understand the guidance of successful battles, learn examples of joint battles, and explore new joint tactics.

  Toumenshan Island is the front-line command post of the Yijiangshan Island campaign. Zhang Aiping, commander and political commissar of the Eastern Zhejiang Front-line Command, once commanded operations here.

The trainees came here for on-site observation teaching.

  At noon, the fog gradually dissipated, and Yijiangshan Island 9 kilometers before the sea gradually came into view. Some students raised their telescopes to observe Yijiangshan Island, and some extended their arms and thumbs up to measure the distance visually.

  Afterwards, the trainees were divided into 10 groups to discuss the artillery force deployment, firepower allocation, and joint application of the Yijiangshan Island campaign and their enlightenment for future information warfare. Representatives of each group were sent to exchange speeches.

  "This teaching mode moves the battle examples into the field, allows the students to integrate into the battlefield, researches and fights in practice, and improves the students' joint combat command capabilities." said Yu Junsheng, director of the campus. "To accelerate the training of joint combat command talents, we Persist in teaching and research by combat, and constantly innovating the teaching and training mode of combat command courses for the incumbent officer's in-service training, actively exploring and practicing combat example teaching methods that take combat example study and research, combat example experiment deduction, and combat example field teaching as the main forms, Improve the ability of the students to command joint operations."

  The trainees also took a boat to Yijiangshan Island and surveyed the fortifications and position formation of Yijiangshan Island defending the enemy on the spot, and experienced the difficulties of landing operations at that time.

The instructors explained the joint combat firepower coordination and artillery firepower strike tactics to the trainees on the position. The trainees discussed and exchanged on-site, analyzed and explored the key links of combat planning, and learned the superb command art and strategic use of the older generation of military strategists. And decision-making level.

  "We train current officers and graduate students, and pay special attention to combat command teaching with battle case research as an important content, especially this type of classic battle research conducted on the spot, which enables students to think immersively in the context of future joint operations. The use of artillery in combat plays an important role in improving the commanding ability and strategic level of the trainees." Li Zeshan, the head of on-site teaching and the director of the school’s teaching and research department, introduced.

  "Practical teaching on Yijiangshan Island has enabled us to learn how to fight from war. This event has made me more clearly aware of the need for strong joint combat capabilities to win future wars." Current officer student, fire chief of a Marine Corps brigade Yuan Gengwei said during the discussion.