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Some 50 Russian Ships Conduct Sub Reconnaissance Drills on Pacific Coast

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Some 50 Russian Ships Conduct Sub Reconnaissance Drills on Pacific Coast

Post by Lobo on Thu 25 Jun 2015, 4:07 pm

Some 50 Russian Ships Conduct Sub Reconnaissance Drills on Pacific Coast

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The squadron torpedo boat 'Bystry' of Russia's Pacific Fleet during the Naval InteractionSome 50 Russian Ships Conduct Sub Reconnaissance Drills on Pacific Coast © Sputnik/ Vitaliy Ankov
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Around 50 ships and support vessels, 40 planes and helicopters and approximately 14,000 servicemen took part in the exercises.
MOSCOW, June 25 (Sputnik) – Approximately 50 ships from Russia’s Pacific Fleet carried out military exercises that included submarine searches in the Avachinsky Bay on the Kamchatka Peninsula, Eastern Military District spokesman Capt. 1st Rank Roman Martov said Thursday.

“The group <…> conducted a control-reconnaissance search of simulated mines in the waters near the Avachinsky Bay <…> while a marine strike group with destroyers searched for ‘enemy submarines’ in the bay,” Martov told journalists.



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