March 19, 2012
Apparently the Russians are dedicated to having a church of worship on their army bases, as opposed to performing worship services in tents or other military buildings. It has just been announced that their army will have an air-dropped chapel (along with parachuting priests) where their soldiers are stationed. The churches are needed because of special rules in the Orthodox Church that require a certain amount of utensils.
Priests who serve in the army will have to learn the basics on how to deal with this device. The idea is getting some push back due to the extra military spending that it will need, but as of now, it seems to be happening. Check out the more detailed article on RT.