Russian Pacific Fleet Trains for Aircraft Crash at Sea Rescue

March 19, 2020 (Google Translation) – In the water area of ​​Peter the Great Bay off the coast of Vladivostok, a special search and rescue exercise was conducted in which rescue personnel from the fleet on duty, naval aviation pilots and Pacific Fleet medical specialists were involved.

According to the scenario of the exercise, as a result of the accident, the aircraft made an emergency landing on water, as a result of which the crew and passengers caught in the icy water needed emergency rescue assistance.

The Pacific Fleet’s rescue tugboat “Fotiy Krylov” with a group of medical specialists on board entered the indicated area along the introductory plane, and the search and rescue helicopter Ka-27PS fleet fleet flew out.

Military pilots in the indicated coordinates found people in distress and started to fly them aboard the helicopter. Then, the Ka-27PS delivered the victims aboard the tug boat “Fotiy Krylov”, where they were handed over to doctors for an initial examination and assistance.

All the tasks that were put on the teachings have been fully achieved.

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