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    The crews of the Russian Pacific Fleet's diesel-electric Varshavyanka submarines will practice torpedo firing and minefield planting during anti-submarine drills, the fleet's press service head said Friday.

    MOSCOW (Sputnik) — Martov added that the crews were expected to exercise completing combat missions at a wide range of depths.

    "After completing preparatory exercises of the task L-2, the Varshavyanka crews will conduct torpedo firing and minefield planting, anti-submarine drills and evading simulated enemy," Сapt. 1st Rank Roman Martov said.

    According to the spokesman, the drills are a part of a training program for warships to carry out tasks with the implementation of preparatory exercises in various operational and tactical situations.


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