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Russian “Wagner Group” private military contractors in Syria.
The pay of Wagner private military contractors (PMCs), who are usually retired Russian special operators or regular servicemen aged between 35 and 50, is estimated to be between 80,000 and 250,000 Russian rubles a month. One source also stated the pay was as high as 300,000 ( 5,200 USD). Wagner is believed to have a membership of 1,000-5,000, is registered in Argentina, and has its members train at a Russian Spetsnaz facility Molkino near the village of Molkin in Krasnodar Krai. The company also has offices in Saint Petersburg
Wagner contractors have been described as "ghost soldiers", due to the Russian government not officially acknowledging them. When new PMC recruits arrive at the training camp, they are no longer allowed to use social network services and other Internet resources. Company employees are not allowed to post photos, texts, audio and video recordings or any other information on the Internet that was obtained during their training. Company employees are not allowed to tell anyone their location, whether they are in Russia or another country. Mobile phones, tablets and other means of communication are left with the company and issued at a certain time with the permission of their commander. Passports and other documents are surrendered and in return company employees receive a nameless dog tag with a personal number.
Wagner is also believed to have a Serbian unit, which was until at least April 2016 under command of Davor Savičić, a Bosnian Serb who was a member of the Serb Volunteer Guard (also known as Arkan's Tigers ) during the Bosnian War and Serbia's Special Operations Unit (JSO) during the Kosovo War. He was also reported to had been involved in the first offensive to capture Palmyra from the Islamic State (ISIL) in early 2016.