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On board the small missile ship Sovetsk, under the leadership of the commander of the Baltic Fleet, Vice Admiral Viktor Liina, a demonstration lesson was held on the method of receiving and evaluating the first task of the combat training course for a surface ship.

The lesson was attended by chiefs of departments, departments and services of the fleet, commanders of formations, chiefs of staff, as well as commanders of ships of the 1st and 2nd ranks, their senior assistants and chief specialists of ship formations of the Baltic Fleet.

During the lesson, the participants were informed of the requirements of the guidelines for organizing the verification of the basic training of ships. Then the commander of the Baltic Fleet personally checked the quality and completeness of the coursework activities on the ship, assessed the skills of the personnel in organizing the issues of daily activities.

The combat and day-to-day organization of the ship is the basis for preparing the crew to perform tasks in accordance with their main purpose. It involves practicing actions to prepare the ship for battle and cruise, to take pictures from anchor and mooring lines, perform air defense measures, fight for survivability while parked at the base, organize personnel actions in conditions of radiation, chemical and biological contamination, conduct anti-sabotage defense and many other elements.

Similar exercises are held annually in accordance with the requirements of the Main Command of the Russian Navy. In addition to developing a unified understanding of the organization of testing, acceptance and assessment of the course problem among the trained command personnel and specialists, this event allows you to conduct a full check of the quality of the ship’s maintenance and assess the preparedness of its crew for actions as intended.

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