RFS Onega & Naryan-Mar Conduct ASW Training in White Sea

October 3, 2018 (Google Translation) – Today, as part of a planned combat training, a shipboard anti-submarine strike group of ships of the White Sea Naval Base conducted a test tactical exercise in the White Sea to defend naval forces at sea and at points of permanent deployment.

During the exercise, the crews of the small anti-submarine ships Onega and Naryan-Mar fulfilled the tasks of organizing the protection and defense of the convoy of ships, the role of which was performed by the hydrographic ships GS-192 and GS-297.

The crews of anti-submarine ships also successfully worked out the organization of the combat use of weapons, the use of technical means and means of electronic warfare against the simultaneous attack of air attack weapons and speedboats of the conditional enemy.

And on the eve of the small anti-submarine ships “Onega” and “Naryan-Mar” performed a set of tasks in its main purpose – the search and conditional destruction of a submarine with the implementation of practical torpedo firing.

Small anti-submarine ships of the project 1124 “Albatross” are designed to search, detect, classify and destroy submarines. They are armed with two 2-tube rotary 533-mm torpedo tubes, 12-barreled rocket launchers, the RBU-6000, the Osa-MA anti-aircraft missile system and the AK-176 and AK-630 artillery.