Two tactical groups of ships of the Pacific Fleet practicing planned tasks of combat training in the Sea of Japan
Missile boats and minesweepers perform combat training exercises in the Sea of Japan as part of a tactical exercise for the protection of the water area of the main base of the Pacific Fleet.
In the Gulf of Peter the Great, a tactical group of minesweeping ships consisting of the base minesweepers BT-100, BT-114 and BT-232 conducted an exercise on the anti-aircraft defence of the detachment at the sea crossing. As part of the practical actions, joint artillery firing was carried out on mock air targets. Control of anti-aircraft fire weapons was carried out from the main command post of the formation.
Today, a missile-boat attack group consisting of two missile boats improved the organization of a missile strike on surface ships of a mock enemy. The crews of the boats performed the entire algorithm of preparatory actions with the exception of the actual launch of cruise missiles.
At sea, the tasks of joint tactical maneuvering of ships and the organization of communications were also solved.