Russian Corvettes Exercise in North Sea

October 12, 2020 (Google Translation) – As part of the planned combat training missions in the Baltic Fleet’s area of ​​responsibility, the crews of the Stoyky and Steregushchy corvettes performed simulated missile launches in the North Sea.

In the water area of ​​the North Sea, a tactical group consisting of the Steregushchiy and Stoyky corvettes successfully carried out electronic missile launches against the aircraft carrier group of the mock enemy. Rocket firing was carried out simultaneously with the use of Uranus anti-ship missile systems.

As a result of electronic launches, all assigned targets were successfully hit.

During the maneuvers, the ships also worked out exercises for setting up electronic jamming.

After completing the firing missions, the crews conducted a number of shipboard exercises – on damage control, anti-sabotage defense, organization of interaction and communication between ships, and worked out elements of joint navigation.

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