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It seems to me that anyone who has graduated from school in Russia knows how to:
- Provide minimal medical care
- Quickly put on a gas mask
- Disassemble and reassemble an AK-74.

They also have a theoretical knowledge of:
- Half-life of nuclear isotopes (needed in a nuclear explosion)
- Types of chemical warfare agents and how they work
- Biological weapons
- Cumulative explosion warheads
- Antitank and antipersonnel mines
- Explosion time and the radius of a grenade's fragments

No, this is not a joke. This is really taught in Russian schools.

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@lcomrade

> - Provide minimal medical care
> - Quickly put on a gas mask
That was in USSR

> - Disassemble and reassemble an AK-74.
AK-47 actually, some schools have old AK-74.

> - Half-life of nuclear isotopes (needed in a nuclear explosion)
Wrong, but many have played Half-Life (including DLC)

> - Types of chemical warfare agents and how they work
Didn't taught about Novichok - shame!

> - Biological weapons
Wrong

> - Cumulative explosion warheads
Nope

> - Antitank and antipersonnel mines
lolwhat

> - Explosion time and the radius of a grenade's fragments
Being taught after terrorist attack on school happened.

@saiv46

I think it really depends on the school. It's just that I'm graduating school now, and we've been through it all. By the way, our "life safety" teacher is a retired military man.

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