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The minesweepers of the Pacific Fleet conducted nuclear submarines through minefields

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Minesweepers of Kamchatka Pacific fleet worked out the wiring of nuclear submarines through minefields and performed artillery fire in Avacha Bay, reports press office BBO.

The minesweepers of the Pacific Fleet conducted nuclear submarines through minefields


"In accordance with the combat training plan of the fleet in landfills located in the water area of ​​Avachinsky Gulf, the minesweepers of the compound of the water area protection ships worked out mine action measures to deploy the Pacific Fleet nuclear submarines and at sea crossing under conditions of use by an adversary enemy mine weapons", - says the release.

During the time of going out to sea, the crews of the ships successfully completed the tasks on setting contact and non-contact trawls, overlapping the established standards.

“The Pacific conducted a training session on wiring submarines for trawls and forcing a minefield with a set of measures for the destruction of floating, ground and anchor mines with conditional use of cord charges. During the search and trawling in a given square, all the training mines were successfully found and destroyed by ships, ”the press service told.

In addition, the crews conducted a complex of artillery firing at sea and air targets, worked out the issues of anti-sabotage and anti-aircraft defense using man-portable air defense systems.
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Press Service of the Eastern Military District
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  1. Per se
    Per se 11 September 2017 13: 46
    +5
    Yes, this is a Baltic, no? Correct the ignorant, who is in the subject? Do not consider the great work ...
    1. Serg65
      Serg65 11 September 2017 13: 58
      +4
      Quote: By itself
      Yes, this is a Baltic, no? Correct the ignorant, who is in the subject? Do not consider the great work ...

      Quite right, this is the “Leonid Sobolev” 64th Brigade, 323th BF Division.
      1. Per se
        Per se 11 September 2017 14: 04
        +5
        I thank you most humbly, gracious sovereign, for the 64th Brigade of the Ships for the Protection of the Water Area of ​​the Twice Red Banner Baltic Fleet of the Baltic Naval Base clearly and clearly interpreted ... hi
        1. Serg65
          Serg65 11 September 2017 14: 14
          +4
          The story is most likely about the BT-325 onboard 586, in my opinion it’s the only base minesweeper as part of the KNF’s 117 deck, although there are two more sea minesweepers there (for the whole fleet)
          Here is a photo of BT-325
          1. Veteran
            Veteran 11 September 2017 19: 27
            +4
            Now there is no Kamchatka military flotilla, instead of it there are Troops and forces in the northeast, so at the beginning of the message is the text "Minesweepers of the Kamchatka Pacific Fleet ...", referring to the grouping of troops and forces in the NE. And the abbreviation KVF is now designated the Caspian Flotilla.
  2. Bronevick
    Bronevick 11 September 2017 14: 46
    +1
    And how is he looking for mines? Is there any equipment?
    1. Serg65
      Serg65 11 September 2017 15: 10
      +4
      Quote: Bronevick
      And how is he looking for mines? Is there any equipment?

      Do you see a mechanical arm at the stern? Here she fumbles at the bottom wink
      1. Bronevick
        Bronevick 11 September 2017 15: 17
        +2
        And then he folds to himself, and when he needs to throw it again
        1. Serg65
          Serg65 11 September 2017 15: 20
          +4
          Quote: Bronevick
          And then he folds to himself, and when he needs to throw it again

          what Here you go! All the same, you know something. good
          1. Bronevick
            Bronevick 11 September 2017 15: 24
            +1
            And mines such as hedgehogs, balls with phallic protrusions?