Pacific Fleet Ships Return to Vladivostok

July 12, 2018 – Today the detachment of warships of Pacific Fleet, composed of large anti-submarine ships Admiral Tributs, Admiral Vinogradov and the average sea tanker Pechenga under the command of captain 1st rank Oleg Korolev has completed a long-range two-month trip and returned to Vladivostok. During two months, the Pacific Fleet handled tasks in the Asia-Pacific region and made port calls of Cambodia, Thailand, Vietnam, the Philippines and Japan. In Vladivostok, the commander of the Seaside Flotilla of all-arms forces, Rear Admiral Sergei Guha met the detachment of warships.…

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Detachment of Pacific Fleet ships completes visit to Japan

Pacific Fleet detachment composed of the major ASW ships Admiral Tributs, Admiral Vinogradov and the middle sea tanker Pechenga completed the routine entry to the Japanese naval base of Maizuru June 10th after a five day visit. During the visit, the detachment commander Captain 1 Rank Oleg Korolyov held meetings with the naval base commandant, destroyer’s division commander, commanding officers of Japanese ships and mayor of the city of Maizuru. The Russian sailors took part in an extensive cultural program, sports competitions between the servicemen of the two countries. Also,…

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Russian Pacific Fleet Squadron in Cam Ranh Bay

Russia’s Pacific Fleet warships will hold joint drills with Vietnam’s navy, Commander of the naval group that arrived at the Vietnamese port of Cam Ranh, Captain 1st Rank Oleg Korolyov told TASS on Monday. “During our stay in Cam Ranh, we are planning to hold drills under the Code of West Pacific Partnership. This is an agreement that gives the sailors of all the countries the possibilities to better understand each other at sea, stipulates the norms of behavior in disputable situations and unplanned encounters at sea. Such drills will…

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20 Warships and Auxiliaries of Russian Pacific Fleet Training at Sea

Today, in accordance with the combat training plan, the Pacific Fleet surface ships, submarines and auxiliary vessels have started to work out training drills in some training areas of Peter the Great Gulf. The exercise on piloting ships behind sweeps when leaving main base was conducted by the major ASW ship Admiral Panteleyev in cooperation with three coastal minesweepers. A bit later, the major ASW ship and the Guards missile cruiser Varyag worked out counter naval battle. Also, the abovementioned warships practised assisting the ship in distress, conducted evacuation of…

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