Helicopter pilots of the Baltic Fleet conducted tactical flight exercises

June 19, 2020 (Google Translation) – As part of the flight-tactical exercise, the crews of the Baltic Fleet naval aviation worked out a search for submarines of the conditional enemy and carried out practical bombing in sea and ground ranges.

The planned event was attended by more than 10 crews of attack and military transport helicopters Mi-24 and Mi-8, as well as ship helicopters Ka-27 and Ka-29 of the Baltic Fleet naval aviation.

In the course of the exercise, about 10 tactical episodes were played out to fulfill missions for their mission — providing fire support to ground units, destroying command posts, armored vehicles and manpower of a conditional enemy, and searching and destroying conditional enemy submarines. Pilots completed the tasks of forcing a conditional intruder aircraft to land, fired at ground targets, and also launched guided and unguided missiles and bombing.

All combat training pilots of the naval aviation of the fleet performed both in the daytime and at night.

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