The crew of the CF SAS Makhachkala, as part of the delivery of the elements of the K-2 course task, learned to destroy sea and air targets
As part of the delivery of the elements of the K-2 course task, the crew of the small artillery ship (SAS) Makhachkala of the Caspian Flotilla (CF) successfully performed artillery and anti-aircraft firing at sea and air targets at training grounds in the Caspian Sea.
In the course of practicing practical actions at sea, the personnel of the SAS Makhachkala performed the tasks of combat maneuvering, search and detection of targets, made a convergence with the ships of the mock enemy at a set distance, and then destroyed the sea targets with fire from the AU-190 artillery systems. When repelling an air strike of a mock enemy, the sailors used anti-aircraft artillery systems AK-306 and AK 630-M2 Duet.
The crew also worked out the standards and a set of measures for mine, anti-aircraft and anti-sabotage defence of the ship.
In total, during the naval exercises, the personnel of the SAS Makhachkala performed more than 10 combat exercises. In the future, the combat training of the Caspian sailors will be continued by performing practical shooting and exercises as part of ship groups.
Earlier, the ship's personnel successfully passed the first course task K-1, which is an annual initial stage in the system of admission of ship crews to perform their intended tasks.