The small missile ship of the Pacific Fleet Iney conducted rocket and artillery firing in the Sea of Japan
The ships of the Pacific Fleet continue to work out planned combat training tasks at sea.
Today, in the Gulf of Peter the Great, a training battle with surface and air targets of the mock enemy was conducted by the small missile ship (SMS) Iney.
At the combat training range, the SMS performed artillery firing on a sea towed shield simulating a surface ship. Also, the ship's artillery was used to hit air targets and destroy a mock-up of a sea floating mine.
Further, to attack the conditional air target, the ship used the anti-aircraft missile system of self-defence Osa. In the first part of the exercise, the SMS launched missiles at a mock air enemy, and then launched an anti-aircraft missile at a sea target. The ship also carried out radio-electronic jamming.
The actions of the SMS at sea were provided by the sea tug MB-99.