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This year, in the course of practical exercises, servicemen from the rescue paratrooper groups of the Baltic Fleet naval aviation performed more than 500 parachute jumps from An-26 aircraft and Mi-8 helicopters in the most difficult types of training.

Among them – landing from high, medium, low and extremely low altitudes (400-200 meters), as well as jumps in adverse weather conditions – in conditions of limited visibility and gusts of wind over 5 m / s. In addition, rescuers are additionally practicing skills on landing on an unprepared site and water landing in the Baltic Sea.

Such classes are held at least 2 times a month all year round, during which rescuers train to find conditionally victims and provide assistance to them in the most extreme conditions and situations.

In particular, the skills of detecting the crews of aircraft and helicopters, conditionally wrecked, are practiced by the bearing of the radio beacon, means of supplying signals for individual use and special signal signs, and fumes, by opening hatches and cockpit lights, extracting casualties from aircraft, providing first aid and evacuation. different ways.

The service specialists conduct training for the flight personnel of the Baltic Fleet naval aviation in the use of rescue and life support equipment for personnel, actions for forced abandonment of the aircraft in cases of emergency situations in the event of aircraft malfunction.

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