Marines of the Pacific Fleet in Kamchatka conquered a foothold on the coast from the enemy

Marines of the Pacific Fleet in Kamchatka conquered a foothold on the coast from the enemy



The practical stage of the bilateral command and staff exercises of the Pacific fleet on landing marine corps on an unequipped coast ended on September 13 in the area of ​​Avacha Bay near Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky.

As the RIA PrimaMedia was told in the temporary press center of the BBO, after completing the many-day sea crossing from Primorye to Kamchatka, the marines were given the task of winning a bridgehead on the seashore from the “enemy”.



"Apart from the long maritime transition, the landing on an unfamiliar coast was a special feature of this landing. In total, more than 40 units of military equipment and more than 600 military personnel of the formation took part in the maneuvers," said the commander of the Black Berets Brigade, Colonel Igor Bushmin.

According to the classical scheme, paratroopers in the number of 130 people were dropped into the rear of the enemy. Simultaneously hit the coast with all kinds weapons ship shock group. Then, the stripping groups in Mi-8 combat helicopters and special units of high-speed scout reconnaissance teams entered the mission. And in the final, the main strike force entered the battle - air assault companies on military equipment.



The head of the exercise, Major-General Sergei Pushkin, noted a good training and "enemy", the role of which was performed by marines from the Kamchatka compound. According to him, the rivalry between the coastal and Kamchatka military men is only for their benefit, increasing the training of personnel.

The final phase was the battle in the offensive, with live firing from all types of weapons at the Rodygino military training range, to which the marines made a three-hour march.

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  1. Vadivak 20 September 2011 09: 32 New
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    I understand that the next statement by the Japanese prime minister will soon follow?
    1. ballian
      ballian 20 September 2011 13: 10 New
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      Well, judging by the post located above - everyone should agree that the exercises are clearly anti-Japanese in nature - they plan to land on the Japanese islands :))
  2. Siberian
    Siberian 20 September 2011 11: 25 New
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    Well no. They do not claim Kamchatka. Now, if this landing took place in Aniva Bay in southern Sakhalin or in the South Kuril Islands, then .....
    1. nnz226 20 September 2011 12: 00 New
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      and, by the way, it would be nice to work out so that the 1945 errors would not be repeated ... Or to find a section of the coast ochchchchen reminiscent of the relief of the northern coast of the island of Hokkaido ....
  3. His
    His 20 September 2011 18: 15 New
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    What does landing in an unfamiliar area mean? When will everything be familiar with us? What is aerospace exploration for? Probably so that the soldier dies less
    1. KASKAD
      KASKAD 23 September 2011 17: 52 New
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      You still say that machine guns need to be distributed to soldiers, a Russian soldier must get weapons and equipment in battle wink
    2. Joker
      Joker 23 September 2011 17: 57 New
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      It implies unequipped or urgently needs to land and there is no time to clarify the data.
  4. avreli
    avreli 21 September 2011 06: 15 New
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    An alternative view, so to speak:
    http://gidepark.ru/user/2976644430/article/424394
    Where is the truth? Maybe in the middle ...
  5. agent 26 September 2012 10: 58 New
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    impressive