because the army is learning fast.
don’t have to go out after every shelling because our guys learned how to run
and hide fast,” says Denys Sholom, who is stationed at the military unit in Donetsk
gets an emergency call, Sholom puts on his flak jacket and helmet, picks up a
Kalashnikov and jumps into a shabby, Soviet-style ambulance commonly referred
to as a “pill,” and then he heads off to the front line.