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The Marines of the Caspian Flotilla started joint exercises with the Army Aviation
- The Marines of the Caspian Flotilla started joint exercises with the Army Aviation
Gunners coastal forces of the Northern Fleet learn to apply the standard weapons in the polar night
- Gunners coastal forces of the Northern Fleet learn to apply the standard weapons in the polar night
The Marines of the Baltic Fleet and spend landing aircraft
- The Marines of the Baltic Fleet and spend landing aircraft
SF airmen began patrolling the Arctic latitudes
- ASW aircraft Tu-142
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14.02.2013Tekst: Press Service of the Southern Military okrugaFoto: Press Service of the Southern Military District At the landfill Adanac in Dagestan Marines air assault division of the Caspian Flotilla started working out problems together with the crews of Army Aviation.
Being in the transport compartment of the helicopter, "black berets" will master the techniques of firing of small arms on ground targets, then they will be using special equipment to perform landing from low altitude in full combat gear.
In addition, with sabotage and intelligence teams from the division will be conducted tactical training to identify the location and determine the coordinates of a simulated enemy command posts.
Gunners coastal forces of the Northern Fleet learn to apply the standard weapons in the polar night About 100 artillery calculations conventional and rocket artillery, and more than 50 crews fighting vehicles take part in night firing on the ranges of coastal troops of the Northern Fleet (NF).
The main task is the training of night shooting of young recruits in the calculation of anti-aircraft gun-missile complexes "Tunguska", multiple launch rocket systems "Grad" and self-propelled "Carnation", "Acacia", "Nona" and "MSTA-S".
In the polar night soldiers learn to select, equip and mask firing positions, and conduct reconnaissance to determine the distance to the target, the exercises target practice by direct fire and indirect fire on emerging and moving targets.
In addition to the live firing of the main armament, the personnel of the artillery units practice in the conduct of fire from small arms, combat vehicles and drivers improve their skills in night driving over rough terrain.
It is planned that night firing artillery calculations Coastal Forces FC last until the end of the week. Their software is involved about two thousand troops of artillery, infantry, engineering and technical departments.
In order to prevent hypothermia and morbidity of personnel at the sites are organized paragraphs heating. All military personnel in full provided additional warming of winter clothing. The Marines of the Baltic Fleet and spend landing aircraft 13.02.2013Tekst: Press Service of the Western Military okrugaFoto: Press Service of the Western Military okrugaV connection marines of the Baltic Fleet (BF), commanded the Guards Colonel Vasily Kravtsov, are charges for airborne training (TTP).
With the arrival of young recruits in the autumn conscription campaign in 2012, the Marines have begun training sessions, during which recruits study design and order placement parachute fulfill the elements of skydiving in a specially equipped training locations. Upon completion of training young soldiers will pass tests for admission to the practical skydiving.
In March, the Marines will conduct intensive practical training for VAR with the actual landing. Up to 100 personnel of the compound will be carried out every day landing with the military transport naval aircraft BF. Jumping will be held in all weather conditions, both day and night time. It is planned to carry out daily for at least 6 air assault landings.
Marines Charitable Foundation in 2012, completed more than 1,500 training jumps with a parachute of varying complexity. Have been trained and have confirmed the qualification for tasks airdrop about 1 thousand soldiers. SF airmen began patrolling the Arctic latitudes MOSCOW, Feb. 14 — RIA Novosti.The crews of naval aircraft of the Northern Fleet (NF) started operations on a permanent basis in the Arctic latitudes of the Arctic Ocean, told reporters on Thursday, the head of department of information support of the Western Military Region for the SF Captain First Rank Vadim Serga.
"During this week, the crews of naval aircraft of the Northern Fleet has already made three flights in the Arctic. Double-flight missions in the Arctic crews performed IL-38, another flight today made the crew of the Tu-142 long-range anti-submarine from the Northern Fleet Air Base Squadron" — said Sergei.
According to him, in the flights involved long anti-aircraft Tu-142, and anti-aircraft medium-range IL-38. The pilots take to the air with anti-aircraft naval aviation airfields SF in Murmansk and Vologda regions. "Currently flying in the Arctic regions are scheduled in an intensive mode. Flight routes pass over neutral waters of the Arctic Ocean and along the Northern Sea Route" — said the officer, adding that such flights in the high Arctic will be held regularly.
He also noted that the flights are carried out in strict accordance with international regulations on the use of airspace, without violating the borders of other states.
In the course of the flight crew shift Tu-142 and Il-38 improve their skills over the course of a given passage bezorientirnoy terrain in the absence of ground aids to air navigation, carry out aerial reconnaissance of the ice field in the waters of the Northern Sea Route, the data which make it easier to carry out a route and navigation of civil ships in the Arctic.