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In bad weather, pilots of naval aviation worked in search of a submarine off the coast of Kamchatka

Pacific pilots fleet improve skills and technique of piloting in difficult weather conditions characteristic of the Far Eastern region, reports Interfax Post press service of Pacific Fleet.

In the conditions of the next snow cyclone, which approached the shores of Kamchatka, the crews of anti-submarine aircraft Il-38H worked to fulfill the tasks of searching and tracking a submarine of a conditional enemy,
says release.

It is reported that “the pilots flew and landed with low clouds and poor visibility, flew over the sea, piloted using instruments, and also went to the second round and landed on the shortened distance of the runway.”

In total, there were three anti-submarine aircraft of the sea aviation TOF.

“The Pacific cyclone that came to Kamchatka brought snowfall and wind gusts up to 15-20 meters per second. Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky, Vilyuchinsk, Elizovsky, Ust-Bolsheretsky, Milkovsky, Ust-Kamchatsky districts were under the influence of the elements, ”the press service said.
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Vitaly Belousov / RIA News
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  1. Terenin
    Terenin 15 March 2018 15: 34
    Pilots of the Pacific Fleet ... fulfilled the search for a submarine off the coast of Kamchatka . I don’t understand something what Does the Pacific have other shores? I suggest - the ocean is located between the continents of Eurasia and Australia in the west, North and South America in the east. Off the coast of Kamchatka, you can work out last. yes
    1. Brylevsky
      Brylevsky 15 March 2018 17: 26
      Off the coast of Kamchatka, it is necessary to work out the search for submarines in the first place - there is the largest, after Primorye, base of the Russian Navy in the Far East. And the "probable" submarines graze there regularly ...
      1. Terenin
        Terenin 16 March 2018 08: 33
        wink And I naively thought that we need to feed them on our shores, like fishermen fish, and then net or jam laughing
  2. Brylevsky
    Brylevsky 16 March 2018 19: 44
    Quote: Terenin
    And I naively thought that we need to feed them off our shores

    No, they go here almost as if to their home. Unfortunately. May I find out what is the reason for your gaiety?