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Top-Notch Shooting Range Opens Near Vipava

Vipava, 4 June - Army top brass inaugurated Slovenia's most up-to-date firing range near the southwestern town of Vipava on Wednesday. The 18-hectare facility will enable the kinds of training the modern solider needs, Chief-of-Staff, Lt-Gen Albin Gutman said.

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Defence Minister Karl Erjavec (left) and Vipava Mayor Ivan Princes (centre) at the opening of a new shooting range for the Slovenian Armed Forces.
Photo: Marko Cencic/STA

Vipava
From left to right: Chief-of-Staff, Lt-Gen Albin Gutman, Defence Minister Karl Erjavec and Vipava Mayor Ivan Princes at the opening of a new shooting range for the Slovenian Armed Forces.
Photo: Marko Cencic/STA

Vipava
From left to right: Chief-of-Staff, Lt-Gen Albin Gutman, Defence Minister Karl Erjavec and Vipava Mayor Ivan Princes at the opening of a new shooting range for the Slovenian Armed Forces.
Photo: Marko Cencic/STA

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Defence Minister Karl Erjavec (left), arriving at the opening of a new shooting range for the Slovenian Armed Forces.
Photo: Marko Cencic/STA

Vipava
Defence Minister Karl Erjavec (left), arriving at the opening of a new shooting range for the Slovenian Armed Forces.
Photo: Marko Cencic/STA

Vipava
The opening of a new shooting range for the Slovenian Armed Forces.
Photo: Marko Cencic/STA

Vipava
The opening of a new shooting range for the Slovenian Armed Forces.
Photo: Marko Cencic/STA

Vipava
The opening of a new shooting range for the Slovenian Armed Forces.
Photo: Marko Cencic/STA

Vipava
The opening of a new shooting range for the Slovenian Armed Forces.
Photo: Marko Cencic/STA

Vipava
The opening of a new shooting range for the Slovenian Armed Forces.
Photo: Marko Cencic/STA

Vipava
The opening of a new shooting range for the Slovenian Armed Forces.
Photo: Marko Cencic/STA

Vipava
The opening of a new shooting range for the Slovenian Armed Forces.
Photo: Marko Cencic/STA

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