“Dudu Dudu…” Just before dawn, the officers and soldiers of a bus company in the air force station of the northern theater were awakened by a burst of whistle. The silent camp area instantly boiling, everyone quickly tidy up the equipment, orderly according to the established group to the assembly site.
as usual, the drivers rushed to the yard to start their vehicles. However, just as the driver started the vehicle to get out of the parking lot quickly, something unexpected happened – the passageway for entering and leaving was too narrow to only pass in turn, which was incompatible with the rush of time.
it turns out that a few days ago, LIANLI organized centralized maintenance and inspection of vehicles. In order to ensure that they were “neat and beautiful” during the inspection, the soldiers arranged and parked the vehicles according to the vehicle type and size under the organization of the leader backbone. Because the distance between vehicles and the passage was not considered at that time, there was no enough space left, resulting in the emergency vehicles could not move out quickly.
as time went by, the drivers were in a hurry and sped along the assembly road. Nevertheless, when the last vehicle reached the assembly point, it was 25 minutes before the command was received. “No, you can’t run on our two legs with four wheels.” The ridicule of other company comrades who had been waiting at the assembly site made the officers and soldiers of the automobile company blush and feel deeply “heart piercing”.
the incident caused the station leaders to reflect: centralized parking of vehicles is indeed convenient for management and maintenance, and the neat and uniform arrangement also appears neat and neat. However, under the background of actual combat, it affects the rapid mobility and may even delay the fighter plane.
“good looking is not the standard of combat effectiveness.” In view of this reality, they ordered the battalion company to rearrange the parking of vehicles. According to the actual combat needs, the combat readiness vehicles and non combat readiness vehicles were separately parked, and the dispatch order was arranged in advance, and sufficient emergency access was reserved to ensure that the fleet formation and vehicle departure could be completed quickly in emergency.
it was late at night again, and the emergency pull order sounded again. The drivers rushed to the battle positions to check the vehicles, get on the vehicles and start and drive out of the garage. The whole process was fast and orderly, and all vehicles arrived at the designated assembly point ahead of the specified time.