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    Russian Deep-Sea Rescue Crews Take Part in Drills

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    Watch deep-sea rescue vehicles of Russia's Northern Fleet train in the Barents Sea.

    On March 20, the Northern Fleet's teams of deep-sea rescue vehicles AS-34 and AS-36 in cooperation with the personnel of the "Mikhail Rudnitskiy" rescue vessel took part in a search and rescue practice operation in the Motovskoy Bay of the Barents Sea.


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