Russia Practices Escorted Submarine Departure in Kamchatka

September 2, 2020 (Google Translation) – In Kamchatka, in the main base of the submarine forces of the Pacific Fleet, an anti-sabotage defense exercise was held, during which they worked out how to ensure the safe exit of a nuclear submarine from the basing point.

During the exercise, the servicemen of the special task force for combating submarine sabotage forces and means (PDSS) on anti-sabotage boats and high-speed boats ensured the safe departure of the submarine from the pier, and its accompaniment when passing through the narrowness and coastal shallow areas.

In addition, during the exercise, the search and destruction of reconnaissance and sabotage groups of the “enemy” were practiced, and firing from special underwater weapons was carried out.

At the same time, specialists of the PDSS detachment conducted a survey of the water area of ​​the Krasheninnikov Bay for possible hiding places and bookmarks by saboteurs of the imaginary enemy.

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