9 Soldiers Face Photos Before And After Russian Airborne Service

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A Russian photographer Yuri has taken photos of eleven Russian guys that served in one of the most hardest places to serve – in Russian airborne forces. First photo is made on their first days in the army and the second is close to their completion of the service. Airbornes are made jumping from planes, coming thru the wall of fire, fights etc etc. More than that airborne forces were known for their harsh relationships between the soldiers themselves, especially new ones and more experienced. So let’s see if we can spot any difference?


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Can you see how they become different? If yes – what is this difference? Do they seem more experienced? More “seen life”?

 

Credit: yuriychichkov

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