The Moscow (100th) Military Automobile Inspectorate is 65 years old from the date of its formation. The Russian Ministry of Defense held ceremonial events on this occasion.
“The professionalism and skill of the capital’s military traffic inspectors has been repeatedly noted by management.
“The high level of training of the 100th VAI was confirmed by the results of its activities at all times,” –
Addressing the heroes of the day, said Deputy Head of the Main Directorate of Military Police of the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation, Major General Vitaly Kokh.
In addition to awards, military police received 16 brand new cars.
On September 19, 1958, in order to strengthen control over the operation of motor vehicles and prevent road accidents, by directives of the General Staff of the Ground Forces and the headquarters of the Moscow Military District, a military automobile garrison inspection was created as part of the department of the military commandant of the city of Moscow. Military personnel of the 100th Military Aviation Inspectorate are tasked with monitoring the use of military transport and ensuring road safety during the preparation and conduct of the Victory Parade on Red Square on May 9.