"Vice Admiral Kulakov" performs combat training tasks in the Red Sea

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Large anti-submarine ship "Vice-Admiral Kulakov" ensured the escort of the convoy through the Gulf of Aden into the Red Sea and began conducting exercises to receive on-the-fly liquid cargo from the tanker "Kama", reports press office Northern fleet.

"Vice Admiral Kulakov" performs combat training tasks in the Red Sea


In the course of performing combat training tasks, the crew of the ship ensures the protection of civilian ships from pirates.

“Russian sailors escorted a bulk carrier flying the flag of the State of Barbados from the northern part of the Arabian Sea. The joint voyage lasted for three days, until the dangerous areas of the southern part of the Red Sea were passed. Currently, the threat of pirates attacking a civilian vessel is minimal and it continued to move independently, ”the release says.

It is reported that after escorting the vessel "the crew proceeded to conduct exercises on the transfer of liquid cargo from the tanker" Kama "on the move by wake".

“After resupply, Russian sailors will continue to escort civilian ships from the Red Sea towards the Indian Ocean,” the press service added.

The Navy was reminded that the BOD Vice Admiral Kulakov 12 August entered the Mediterranean Sea, and 25 August - in the Red Sea. During its trip, the ship has already passed more than 12000 nautical miles.
  • Press Service of the Northern Fleet
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  1. Maz
    +1
    11 September 2017 12: 56
    Good place for both intelligence and bookmarking
    1. +5
      11 September 2017 12: 59
      Something the Somali pirates fell silent. Ruined their business, auditors on anti-submarine ships.
      1. +1
        11 September 2017 13: 13
        Quote: Monos
        Something the Somali pirates fell silent. Ruined their business, auditors on anti-submarine ships.

        So who will go hunting for fish food, although I think it’s not by chance that civilian ships are escorting in these waters, namely, BOD.
  2. 0
    11 September 2017 13: 03
    Well done!
    But it is interesting, besides our ships, representatives of the Navy of which countries and in what composition are involved in the protection of merchant ships in this region?
  3. +1
    11 September 2017 13: 18
    And then he will begin to develop skills for the destruction of the aircraft carrier Queen Elizabeth.
    1. Maz
      +1
      12 September 2017 07: 56
      Well, don’t have to hand over military secrets, it’s not for you to put up minefields laughing

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