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The crews of the newest Project 12700 mine defense ships Pyotr Ilyichev and Georgy Kurbatov, as well as the Project 22160 patrol ship Sergei Kotov completed a full training cycle at the Joint Training Center of the Navy in St. Petersburg.

In accordance with the instructions of the Commander-in-Chief of the Russian Navy, Admiral Nikolai Evmenov, the emphasis in the training of crews was placed on the acquisition of stable practical skills by personnel, as well as on the operation of modern models of equipment and weapons, which have a high degree of automation. In particular, the training of crews was carried out and is being carried out taking into account the equipping of a number of ship projects with robotic systems. With the aim of the effectiveness of training, the programs of the Joint Training Center of the Navy are being improved synchronously with the development of scientific and technological progress in the domestic shipbuilding industry.

During the training cycle at the specialized training complex “Regel”, watch officers and specialists of navigational combat units in practice studied the elements of the ship’s navigation in narrowness, near the coast, episodes of maneuvering to diverge from ships and vessels in the area of ​​intensive navigation, in conditions of poor visibility, as well as in stormy conditions.

In the class of diesel units, the personnel of the ships practiced in practice the actions for launching the propulsion system and auxiliary equipment, as well as the algorithms for preparing the ship for battle and cruise.

Also, during the training, the modern training complex “Mostyk-2000” was used, on which the actions of the ship’s combat crew were practiced, the main command post of the ship – the combat information post – the navigator.

Training and simulator complexes, on which the crews of new ships are trained, make it possible, within the walls of the training center, to simulate an environment as close as possible to the sailing conditions in certain sea areas. After the completion of the training cycle at the Joint Training Center of the Navy, the crews are, according to most indicators, ready to operate the ship when entering (entering) the base, when sailing in the open sea in various hydrometeorological conditions.

“More than 15 crews of surface ships of various classes being built for the Russian Navy will undergo comprehensive training at the Joint Training Center of the Navy in St. Petersburg in 2021,” said the Commander-in-Chief of the Russian Navy, Admiral Nikolai Evmenov, following a workshop at which the issues of surface shipbuilding in the current year were considered.

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