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Russian Navy anti-submarine ships fired in the Sea of ​​Japan

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BPC Admiral Vinogradov and Admiral Tributs completed artillery firing in the Sea of ​​Japan. They successfully hit all sea and air targets.


This was announced by the head of the Information Support Department of the Pacific Press Service fleet Russian Navy Nikolay Voskresensky.

At the training ground, Russian sailors carried out maneuvers during which they worked off a reflection of an attack from the air of a conventional enemy. They destroyed the dropping parachute target, using the AK-100 naval artillery systems of 100 mm caliber for this.

Then, large anti-submarine ships using artillery weapons struck a towed naval shield that imitated a surface craft of the alleged enemy.

The activities of the BPC Admiral Tributs and Admiral Vinogradov were supported by the tugboat MB-92 and the anti-submarine long-range Tu-142. And the minesweepers BT-100 and BT-232 carried out the wiring of the ships behind the trawls and contributed to their deployment in the waters of Peter the Great Bay.

The large anti-submarine ships Admiral Tributs and Admiral Vinogradov belong to the Pacific Fleet of the Russian Navy.
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  1. Cyril G ...
    Cyril G ... 16 July 2020 10: 37 New
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    And the minesweepers BT-100 and BT-232 carried out the wiring of ships behind the trawls


    And can these minesweepers with the Quickstrike-EP mines fight with trawls?
    https://fonzeppelin.livejournal.com/59495.html
    1. kepmor
      kepmor 16 July 2020 11: 16 New
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      well, Cyril, you give ... she’s a bottom creature ... how can our minesweeps cope with her if the minrep is dumb ...
      that would be minrep ... then in Makarov, contact (from the time of the Russian-Japanese) and with a cutter ... business then ...
    2. Serg65
      Serg65 16 July 2020 13: 28 New
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      Quote: Cyril G ...
      And can these minesweepers with the Quickstrike-EP mines fight with trawls?

      Of course they can! The battalion's boatswain ties it to the duck and overboard with a string ... here you have both acoustic, magnetic and seismic components wink
  2. Paranoid50
    Paranoid50 16 July 2020 13: 07 New
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    Damn it, in the light of recent events (modernization of "Shaposhnikov"), one cannot get rid of the obsessive theme: we look at the BOD, but we see a frigate. yes
    1. Marconi41
      Marconi41 16 July 2020 14: 01 New
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      Quote: Paranoid50
      Damn it, in the light of recent events (modernization of "Shaposhnikov"), one cannot get rid of the obsessive theme: we look at the BOD, but we see a frigate. yes

      To give credit, large ships have never been steep anti-submarines. If not for the helicopter, then nothing at all. The most advanced in this topic in the USSR was Albotros. So it’s better to be a frigate.
      1. Paranoid50
        Paranoid50 16 July 2020 18: 56 New
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        Quote: Marconi41
        So it’s better to be a frigate.

        So who would be against it. yes I mean, after seeing the changes on the first modernized building, you can’t help imagining the rest of his brothers in a new incarnation. As far as we know, five buildings will undergo an upgrade. The sixth, it seems, is already "too old for discos." hi