Ships of the Primorsky formation of the Pacific Fleet's mixed forces performed artillery training in the Sea of Japan
During the conduct of the second course task (K-2), the crews of the Admiral Tributs large anti-submarine ship (LAS) of the Pacific Fleet and the R-20 missile boat conducted a series of artillery firing at the combat training ranges of the Sea of Japan.
The LAS crew, which previously destroyed a mock-up of a naval floating mine with artillery, today conducted successful artillery fire from 100-mm AK-100 gun mounts at a naval towed shield imitating a mock enemy ship.
Today, off the coast of Vladivostok, the large anti-submarine ship Admiral Tributs will conduct a joint exercise with naval aviation to receive the Ka-27PL deck-based helicopter for basing and to ensure takeoffs and landings of the helicopter on the ship, both on stop and on the move.
In the neighboring training ground, the R-20 missile boat, in support of the Il-38 anti-submarine aircraft of the naval aviation of the fleet, repelled an air raid and carried out two artillery firing at a dropped parachute target. The boat also fired artillery fire on the towed sea shield.
Today, the modernized frigate of the Pacific Fleet Marshal Shaposhnikov began to work out the elements of the K-2 task.