RFS Boykiy Integrates with Shore Units for Missile Tests

January 24, 2019 (Google Translation) – The crew of the corvette “Boykiy” and the calculations of the coastal complexes “Ball” of the Baltic Fleet performed a joint rocket firing at the ship of the conditional enemy The launches were carried out by the crew of the corvette in the course of working out the element of the second course task of combat with a single enemy ship and means of air attack. In the designated area of ​​the Baltic Sea, the crew of the corvette carried out electronic launches from…

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Baltic Fleet forces track destroyers USS Gravely and USS Porter entering Baltic Sea

January 21, 2019 (Google Translation) – The Baltic Fleet forces are tracking the guided missile destroyers USS Gravely and USS Porter entering the southern Baltic Sea. It was announced by the Russian National Centre for State Defence Control. The Russian corvettes Boiky and Soobrazitelny observe actions of the American ships.

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RFS Boikiy and Minsk Return to Baltysk

November 30, 2018 – The Corvette “Boikiy” and the large landing ship “Minsk” arrived at the permanent station after performing combat training missions in the Baltic Sea. The ships were at sea for more than 20 days. During this time, more than a thousand nautical miles have been covered. During the period at sea, the crews of the ships performed dozens of combat training tasks, including a complex of artillery firing at sea and airborne training targets, air defense exercises, various naval exercises and training. The ships returned technically sound…

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HMS Montrose shadows Russian warships through English Channel

The Royal Navy’s HMS Montrose shadowed two Russian warships in the approaches to the English Channel after they ventured out of the Baltic. The Plymouth-based Type 23 frigate sailed up the Channel to meet with corvettes RFS Boikiy and Stoikiy as the Russian vessels sortied from their base in the Baltic and entered the North Sea. HMS Montrose worked alongside the Maritime and Coastguard Agency to track the two vessels as they manoeuvred in some of the most congested waters in the world. Montrose met the pair – both Steregushchiy-class…

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