MT-264 Leads Exercise in Kamchatka Waters

August 15, 2019 (Google Translation) – In Kamchatka, the connection of the water area protection ships has been raised by alarm as part of a planned inspection conducted by the Commander of the Troops and forces in Northeast Russia. According to the introductory marine minesweeper MT-264, it provided for the guiding of the naval search strike group of two small anti-submarine ships behind the trawl and their deployment at sea. Units of the anti-submarine sabotage forces and means (PDSS) unit strengthened control over the water area of ​​Avacha Bay. Using…

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Pacific Fleet KA-27 Deck Landing Training

The Pacific Fleet Naval Aviation’s helicopter squadron exercised taking-off and deck landing on submarine rescue vessel Alagez in the Avacha Bay water area, Kamchatka. The Ka-27PL and Ka-27PS helicopters of a mixed naval air regiment practiced improving elements of deck landing on the ship underway. Naval pilots also trained their skills in choosing the optimal approach course, direction finding and touch-down accuracy. Also, the helicopter crews worked out their cooperation with the flight control group aboard Alagez. The drill involved three deck helicopters, which carried out about 15 take-offs and…

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