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Russian Northern Fleet exercises in Barents Sea

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Ships of the Russian Northern Fleet’s Kola Flotilla held a large-scale exercise in the Barents Sea.

Ships of the Russian Northern Fleet’s Kola Flotilla held a large-scale exercise in the Barents Sea.

© RIA Novosti . Mikhail Fomichev / Go to the photo bankShips of the Russian Northern Fleet’s Kola Flotilla held a large-scale exercise in the Barents Sea.
Photo: Sailors on the deck the Severomorsk anti-submarine warfare (ASW) ship.
Russian Northern Fleet exercises in Barents Sea - Sputnik International
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Ships of the Russian Northern Fleet’s Kola Flotilla held a large-scale exercise in the Barents Sea.
Photo: Sailors on the deck the Severomorsk anti-submarine warfare (ASW) ship.
© RIA Novosti . Mikhail Fomichev / Go to the photo bankThe warships fired artillery during the exercise. They also carried out maneuvering exercises, cooperated with naval aviation units and located and destroyed an “enemy” submarine.
Photo: The Severomorsk anti-submarine warfare (ASW) ship moored at Severomorsk.
Russian Northern Fleet exercises in Barents Sea - Sputnik International
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The warships fired artillery during the exercise. They also carried out maneuvering exercises, cooperated with naval aviation units and located and destroyed an “enemy” submarine.
Photo: The Severomorsk anti-submarine warfare (ASW) ship moored at Severomorsk.
© RIA Novosti . Mikhail Fomichev / Go to the photo bankThe simulated naval operation was commanded from the Vice-Admiral Kulakov anti-submarine warfare (ASW) ship.
Photo: The crew of the Vice-Admiral Kulakov anti-submarine warfare (ASW) ship loading the radar-jamming system.
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The simulated naval operation was commanded from the Vice-Admiral Kulakov anti-submarine warfare (ASW) ship.
Photo: The crew of the Vice-Admiral Kulakov anti-submarine warfare (ASW) ship loading the radar-jamming system.
© RIA Novosti . Mikhail Fomichev / Go to the photo bankAccording to the exercise scenario, the warships put to sea after minesweepers had cleared the way for them.
Photo: The Severomorsk anti-submarine warfare (ASW) ship moored at Severomorsk.
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According to the exercise scenario, the warships put to sea after minesweepers had cleared the way for them.
Photo: The Severomorsk anti-submarine warfare (ASW) ship moored at Severomorsk.
© RIA Novosti . Mikhail Fomichev / Go to the photo bankThe ships jointly with military aircraft then had to locate and destroy an “enemy” submarine.
Photo: From left: The Pyotr Veliky (Peter the Great) nuclear-powered guided-missile cruiser and the Admiral Levchenko anti-submarine warfare (ASW) ship anchored at the roadstead.
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The ships jointly with military aircraft then had to locate and destroy an “enemy” submarine.
Photo: From left: The Pyotr Veliky (Peter the Great) nuclear-powered guided-missile cruiser and the Admiral Levchenko anti-submarine warfare (ASW) ship anchored at the roadstead.
© RIA Novosti . Mikhail Fomichev / Go to the photo bankTwo Kamov Ka-27 Helix helicopters and an Ilyushin Il-38 May maritime patrol aircraft flew ASW missions, helping locate the submarine.
Photo: Kamov Ka-27 Helix ASW helicopters lowering VGS-3 sonar buoys for detecting “enemy” submarines.
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Two Kamov Ka-27 Helix helicopters and an Ilyushin Il-38 May maritime patrol aircraft flew ASW missions, helping locate the submarine.
Photo: Kamov Ka-27 Helix ASW helicopters lowering VGS-3 sonar buoys for detecting “enemy” submarines.
© RIA Novosti . Mikhail Fomichev / Go to the photo bankThen the “enemy” submarine was “destroyed” by eight salvos from a depth-charge launcher aboard the Vice-Admiral Kulakov anti-submarine warfare ASW ship.
Photo: Vice-Admiral Kulakov anti-submarine warfare (ASW) ship sailor monitoring the radar screen on the bridge.
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Then the “enemy” submarine was “destroyed” by eight salvos from a depth-charge launcher aboard the Vice-Admiral Kulakov anti-submarine warfare ASW ship.
Photo: Vice-Admiral Kulakov anti-submarine warfare (ASW) ship sailor monitoring the radar screen on the bridge.
© RIA Novosti . Mikhail Fomichev / Go to the photo bankOne anti-submarine warfare (ASW) ship and two submarine chasers subsequently fired at targets denoting enemy warships.
Photo: The MPK-203 Yunga (Sea Cadet) submarine chaser sailing through Kola Bay.
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One anti-submarine warfare (ASW) ship and two submarine chasers subsequently fired at targets denoting enemy warships.
Photo: The MPK-203 Yunga (Sea Cadet) submarine chaser sailing through Kola Bay.
© RIA Novosti . Mikhail Fomichev / Go to the photo bankThe Severomorsk anti-submarine warfare (ASW) ship shelling “enemy” targets from her AK-100 100-mm single-barrel artillery system.
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The Severomorsk anti-submarine warfare (ASW) ship shelling “enemy” targets from her AK-100 100-mm single-barrel artillery system.
© RIA Novosti . Mikhail Fomichev / Go to the photo bankWhile returning to port, the Kola Flotilla’s warships were “attacked” by two Sukhoi Su-33 Flanker-D carrier fighters.
Photo: A Sukhoi Su-33 Flanker-D warplane from the Northern Fleet’s 279th Detached Fighter Regiment taking off from Severomorsk-3 airfield.
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While returning to port, the Kola Flotilla’s warships were “attacked” by two Sukhoi Su-33 Flanker-D carrier fighters.
Photo: A Sukhoi Su-33 Flanker-D warplane from the Northern Fleet’s 279th Detached Fighter Regiment taking off from Severomorsk-3 airfield.
© RIA Novosti . Mikhail Fomichev / Go to the photo bankThe fighters were effectively “destroyed” by an AK-630 30-mm six-barrel automatic artillery system.
Photo: A Sukhoi Su-33 Flanker-D warplane from the Northern Fleet’s 279th Detached Fighter Regiment performing a training flight above Severomorsk-3 airfield.
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The fighters were effectively “destroyed” by an AK-630 30-mm six-barrel automatic artillery system.
Photo: A Sukhoi Su-33 Flanker-D warplane from the Northern Fleet’s 279th Detached Fighter Regiment performing a training flight above Severomorsk-3 airfield.
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