Taiwan Trains for Sea & Air Missile Shooting, Showing Self-Defense Ability

August 2, 2019 (Google Translation) – The Ministry of National Defense said today (2) that the sea and air force have conducted annual routine exercises in the Pingtung Jiupeng base and the eastern open sea in the past few days to verify the results of the weekday training, and to strengthen the experience of the officers and men’s live ammunition to achieve “defense, The same level of deterrence” strategic goals. Minister Yan gave high affirmation and praise to the participating troops to complete the training tasks with a high hit…

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Black Sea Fleet Conducts AAW Training

May 4, 2019 (Google Translation) – The Sevastopol and Novorossiysk duty stations on the Black Sea Fleet (BSF) basing centers, ship calculations of the air defense posts conducted a joint exercise with the detection of unidentified air targets and the reflection of the attacks of the conventional air enemy. In the course of the training, the calculations of the ship’s combat posts discovered and classified the targets, and the calculations of the air defense system, as the air targets approached the defeat distance, conditionally destroyed the “enemy’s” aircraft by means…

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Admiral Grigorovich Conducted An Air Defense Exercise

April 3, 2019 (Google Translation) – The crew of the frigate Admiral Grigorovich conducted an air defense exercise with the crew of a Su-24M front-line bomber of the Black Sea Fleet naval aviation. According to the plan of the exercise, the plane of a conditional enemy approached for a bomb strike on the ship. The crew of “Admiral Grigorovich” received intelligence information about the aircraft, discovered and took on an escort aerial target. The ship’s air defense calculations conditionally used the Shtil-1 anti-aircraft missile system on a conditional enemy bomber…

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RFS Ust-Ilimsk Conducts Anti-Aircraft Training

March 30, 2019 (Google Translation) – The small anti-submarine ship “Ust-Ilimsk” of the Primorye flotilla of the diverse forces of the Pacific Fleet in Peter the Great Bay works out actions when there is a threat of attack of the enemy’s air attack weapons with practical training and combat exercises. In the course of an air defense exercise, a tactical background for working out tasks was provided by the anti-aircraft IL-38 naval aviation. He designated the forces of the conditional enemy and carried out a parachute target drop. In turn,…

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Raytheon to deliver unmatched anti-air warfare defense technology to Australian Navy

Raytheon Company has completed design, development and testing of its Cooperative Engagement Capability system, which will be certified by the U.S. Navy for the system’s first international installation. Onboard the Royal Australian Navy’s HMAS Hobart, CEC will expand the ship’s battlespace awareness by sharing sensor data among a network of other Australian and allied CEC-equipped ships and aircraft. CEC is a real-time ‘sensor-netting’ system that brings together radar data into a single integrated air picture from geographically dispersed ships, aircraft and ground-based units. This integrated picture improves task force effectiveness…

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