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Marine units of the Black Sea Fleet (Black Sea Fleet) carried out an amphibious assault landing on an unequipped section of the coast during a bilateral brigade tactical exercise (DBrTU) at the Opuk training ground in Crimea.

As part of the exercise, the Black Sea Fleet marines on the BTR-82A, under the cover of aviation and naval forces of the fleet, disembarked from large amphibious ships, fought for the landing, occupied the coastal sector and advanced deep into the positions of the conditional enemy.

In addition, the Mi-8AMTSh transport and assault helicopters, with the support of the Ka-52 Alligator and Mi-28N Night Hunter attack helicopters, ensured the delivery of tactical airborne assault forces to the rear of the “enemy” coast.

After the landing, the airborne assault subunits captured advantageous positions, organized fire ambushes against sabotage reconnaissance groups of the “enemy” and supported the amphibious assault.

In the role of a mock enemy for the marines, were units of the coastal defense formation of the army corps of the Black Sea Fleet, as well as tank and motorized rifle units of the combined arms army of the Southern Military District (YuVO).

The exercise is carried out according to the general plan and as part of a control check of the troops (forces) of the district for the 2021 academic year under the leadership of the commander of the Southern Military District, Army General Alexander Dvornikov.

In total, about 8 thousand servicemen were involved in the command and staff exercises with the formations and formations of the Southern Military District, about 350 units of weapons and military equipment from the combined arms armies, air force and air defense formations, formations and units of the combat arms and special forces of district subordination, forces The Black Sea Fleet and the Caspian Flotilla.

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