Scouts are professional servicemen who serve in scout and special units of land forces.
If the artillery was considered the god of war in the past, the scouting was and still is considered the army's eyes and ears.
The purpose of scouting is to gather information about the enemy, the area, and the enemy’s further actions.
Those devoted to the nation serve in the scouting subdivisions. They are ready to jump into the fray any minute and to sacrifice their lives and health for the homeland and the bright future.
Rapid combat actions require from today's scouts to be in flawless physical shape, to have mastery of different types of weapons and vehicles (including those of the enemy), speak the enemy’s language and use computers and other technical equipment.