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The Russian Black Sea Fleet conducted an exercise in Sevastopol on July 20.

The Russian Black Sea Fleet conducted an exercise in Sevastopol on July 20.

© RIA Novosti . Sergei Pyatakov / Go to the mediabankThe Russian Black Sea Fleet conducted an exercise in Sevastopol on July 20.
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The Russian Black Sea Fleet conducted an exercise in Sevastopol on July 20.
© RIA Novosti . Sergei Pyatakov / Go to the mediabankBlack Sea Fleet sailors carried out several operations. Photo: Using an inflatable ramp to evacuate an “injured” sailor during a simulated high-seas rescue operations.
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Black Sea Fleet sailors carried out several operations. Photo: Using an inflatable ramp to evacuate an “injured” sailor during a simulated high-seas rescue operations.
© RIA Novosti . Sergei Pyatakov / Go to the mediabankSimulated high-seas rescue operations were conducted during the exercise. Photo: BL-680 speedboats.
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Simulated high-seas rescue operations were conducted during the exercise. Photo: BL-680 speedboats.
© RIA Novosti . Sergei Pyatakov / Go to the mediabankSimulated high-seas rescue operations at the Russian Black Sea Fleet’s base in Sevastopol.
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Simulated high-seas rescue operations at the Russian Black Sea Fleet’s base in Sevastopol.
© RIA Novosti . Sergei Pyatakov / Go to the mediabankThe tactical exercise comprised several main stages, including the landing of a marine unit in a “conflict” zone.
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The tactical exercise comprised several main stages, including the landing of a marine unit in a “conflict” zone.
© RIA Novosti . Sergei Pyatakov / Go to the mediabankLoading the marines’ equipment aboard the Caesar Kunikov landing craft.
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Loading the marines’ equipment aboard the Caesar Kunikov landing craft.
© RIA Novosti . Sergei Pyatakov / Go to the mediabankMilitary signalers during a tactical exercise involving marine units from the Russian Black Sea Fleet.
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Military signalers during a tactical exercise involving marine units from the Russian Black Sea Fleet.
© RIA Novosti . Sergei Pyatakov / Go to the mediabankMilitary signalers during a tactical exercise involving marine units from the Russian Black Sea Fleet.
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Military signalers during a tactical exercise involving marine units from the Russian Black Sea Fleet.
© RIA Novosti . Sergei Pyatakov / Go to the mediabankDrill training for the Russian Black Sea Fleet’s marine brigade personnel.
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Drill training for the Russian Black Sea Fleet’s marine brigade personnel.
© RIA Novosti . Sergei Pyatakov / Go to the mediabankThe Black Sea Fleet is a tactical-strategic formation in the Russian Navy. Its main bases are located in Sevastopol and Novorossiisk. The fleet’s forces are also deployed in Temryuk and Tuapse. Photo: Graduates of the Russian Black Sea Fleet’s diver training facility practicing in Sevastopol.
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The Black Sea Fleet is a tactical-strategic formation in the Russian Navy. Its main bases are located in Sevastopol and Novorossiisk. The fleet’s forces are also deployed in Temryuk and Tuapse. Photo: Graduates of the Russian Black Sea Fleet’s diver training facility practicing in Sevastopol.
© RIA Novosti . Sergei Pyatakov / Go to the mediabankThe Russian Black Sea Fleet includes the Novorossiisk Naval Base, warship and submarine divisions and brigades, naval aviation and air defense units, coastal forces, as well as logistics support units. Photo: The personnel of the Russian Black Sea Fleet’s Sevastopol-based diver training facility redeploying to their permanent base.
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The Russian Black Sea Fleet includes the Novorossiisk Naval Base, warship and submarine divisions and brigades, naval aviation and air defense units, coastal forces, as well as logistics support units. Photo: The personnel of the Russian Black Sea Fleet’s Sevastopol-based diver training facility redeploying to their permanent base.
© RIA Novosti . Sergei Pyatakov / Go to the mediabankThe Russian Black Sea Fleet’s current primary objectives are to defend the economic zone and areas of production activity; to thwart illegal production activity; to facilitate navigation safety; and to project naval power to economically important regions in the world’s oceans. Photo: Graduates of the Russian Black Sea Fleet’s diver training facility practicing in Sevastopol.
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The Russian Black Sea Fleet’s current primary objectives are to defend the economic zone and areas of production activity; to thwart illegal production activity; to facilitate navigation safety; and to project naval power to economically important regions in the world’s oceans. Photo: Graduates of the Russian Black Sea Fleet’s diver training facility practicing in Sevastopol.
© RIA Novosti . Sergei Pyatakov / Go to the mediabankRussia will pay Ukraine $100 million (2.8 billion rubles) annually to maintain its Black Sea Fleet base in Sevastopol under a deal that comes into effect on May 28, 2017. Moreover, Kiev will receive additional lease payments from lower gas import prices to Ukraine. Photo: A diver practicing at the Russian Black Sea Fleet’s diver training facility in Sevastopol.
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Russia will pay Ukraine $100 million (2.8 billion rubles) annually to maintain its Black Sea Fleet base in Sevastopol under a deal that comes into effect on May 28, 2017. Moreover, Kiev will receive additional lease payments from lower gas import prices to Ukraine. Photo: A diver practicing at the Russian Black Sea Fleet’s diver training facility in Sevastopol.
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