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Over 100 cadets of the training battalion of the Center for combat use and retraining of the flight personnel of the naval aviation of the Navy in the city of Yeisk solemnly took the Military Oath.

Colonel Sergei Bodnaruk, Commander of the Center for Combat Employment and Retraining of Naval Aviation Flight Personnel of the Navy, Colonel Boris Rybalko, Chairman of the Council of Veterans of the Yeysk Higher Military Aviation School of Pilots and Naval Aviation of the Navy, and Regimental Priest Archpriest Father Igor, delivered a parting word to the servicemen.

Having sworn allegiance to the Motherland, the servicemen began training in a number of aviation anti-submarine specialties. The training cycle will run until April this year. The training cycle program has been developed in accordance with the plan for training junior aviation specialists for fleet naval aviation formations. In April, the examination committee will assess in detail the level of knowledge and skills acquired by the cadets of a separate battalion, after which they will be sent to the naval aviation unit of the Russian Navy fleets for further service.

The Center for Combat Use and Retraining of Naval Aviation Flight Personnel of the Navy is designed for the theoretical training of military specialists in programs of additional professional education and practical retraining of naval aviation specialists of the Navy, ensuring testing of promising models of weapons and military equipment of the Navy, training junior military specialists, organization and provision of training of national military personnel and technical personnel of foreign states.

At present, the Center for Combat Use and Retraining of Naval Aviation Flight Personnel of the Navy is a military organization that carries out educational activities and includes 8 main and 22 support units.

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