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"Without hats in the cold": Poles criticized the Ministry of Defense for the format of the ceremony with recruits

«Without hats in the cold»: Poles criticized the Ministry of Defense for the format of the ceremony with recruits
Recruits of the armed forces of the Polish Army (Polish Armed Forces) took the oath. The Ministry of Defense of the country published footage from the ceremony, held in one of the tank brigades. When the photos were seen by Polish citizens, then the Polish military department got a fair amount of criticism.

It turned, that the main criticism is related to, In what format was the oath of allegiance carried out for recruits against the background of the coronavirus pandemic and the frost that constrained Poland.

The photo shows, that young soldiers, among which there are girls, taking the oath, traditionally took off their hats in front of the Polish banner. At this moment, the air temperature was about -14 degrees Celsius.

«Without hats in the cold»: Poles criticized the Ministry of Defense for the format of the ceremony with recruits

Ordinary Polish citizens, commenting on this, noted, that the brigade command in this case could take measures to preserve the health of recruits. for example, thought was, that it would be appropriate to hold the ceremony indoors. noted, that this kind of practice is applied in different countries, where temperatures can drop to very low levels.

Criticism of the ceremony with recruits against the military department:

The Ministry of Defense wants to say, that our young soldiers are not afraid of the frost, no pandemic?
They are in raw masks, but no hats. Unclear, is it we have such a strange charter or is it a problem with understanding its responsibility from the command?
«Without hats in the cold»: Poles criticized the Ministry of Defense for the format of the ceremony with recruits

Commander of a tank brigade, the format of taking the oath, which was criticized in Poland, is Brigadier General Yaroslav Gurovsky.

used photos:Ministry of Defense of Poland

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