Project 22800 Ciklon Crew Training in St Petersburg

March 24, 2020 (Google Translation) – The crew of the Project 22800 Cyclone small missile ship formed in the Black Sea Fleet will undergo training at the Joint Training Center of the Russian Navy in St. Petersburg.

The crew will take a training course on programs specially designed taking into account the design and armament of the RTOs of project 22800, which are carriers of high-precision weapons.

In training the crew, training simulators of the Navy Joint Training Center will be used with the aim of practicing the actions of naval combat crews, including the calculation of “the main command post of the ship – combat information post – navigator.”

In parallel with the training of the crew of the small Cyclone rocket ship at the Joint Training Center of the Navy, the crew of the MRV Graivoron will also be trained.

Admiral Nikolai Evmenov, Commander-in-Chief of the Russian Navy, at a working meeting in the Admiralty listened to the reports of the leadership of the Joint Training Center of the Navy on readiness to receive the crews of two ships and set the task to take into account in the training of personnel the experience gained by the ships of the Russian Navy during the fighting against terrorists in the Syrian The Arab Republic.

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