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The crews of two nuclear-powered missile submarine cruisers and a cruising submarine of various formations of the Northern Fleet’s submarine forces worked out a set of anti-submarine training missions in combat training ranges in the Barents Sea with practical torpedo firing.

The submariners’ exercises took place over several days, during which they worked out the search and detection of the underwater enemy, as well as tracking him, avoiding pursuit, repelling the attack and retaliating torpedo attack of the submarine.

The crews of nuclear submarines performed practical torpedo firing both singly and in a duel version, while opposing each other at depths of up to 150 meters.

The firing was carried out with practical ammunition, without a warhead. All used training torpedoes were lifted out of the water by a torpedo boat and delivered to the base for further use in combat training of submarine crews.

When performing torpedo firing at a conventional enemy, the North Sea submariners worked out new tactical methods of attacking the enemy, taking into account the improvement and enhancement of the capabilities of anti-submarine weapons.

Upon completion of combat training at sea, all nuclear submarines returned to their permanent bases on the Kola Peninsula.

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