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The ships of the Submarine Forces of the Pacific Fleet (Pacific Fleet), based in Kamchatka, have begun to hand over the elements of the L-2 course task. It is an integral part of the training program for a submarine ship to perform tasks as intended with the performance of combat exercises in various operational and tactical situations. During this period, the commanders of ships and crews improve their skills in the independent execution of combat missions by a single ship at sea.

Submarine personnel at sea exits will work out more than a dozen combat exercises and missions, including the passage of the narrows of the Avacha Bay in cooperation with the posts of the raid service of the formation of ships protecting the water area, communications and air defense exercises. A safe exit to the submarine combat training area is provided by the ships of the trawling group.

In addition, the crews hone the skills acquired at the damage control training center and practice actions during emergency situations.

In the future, the submarines will carry out training missile firing and torpedo attacks against units of the imaginary enemy’s warships.

To support the submariners’ actions, anti-submarine aircraft of the mixed air regiment will rise into the air, which will also work out the tasks of interaction with surface ships.

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