Over the Pacific Ocean, the Tu-142M3 anti-submarine aircraft of naval aviation conducted training flights in search of a fake enemy submarine, reports interfax referring to the press service of the fleet.
During the flights, the aircrew used radar and hydroacoustic instruments to detect a submarine. After the conditional detection of an enemy submarine, the pilots set up surveillance on it. Then a surface ship of the Pacific Fleet (Pacific Fleet) arrived at the exercise area, where the aircrew transmitted data on the position of an enemy submarine.
During training flights, the crew of the Tu-142MZ honed their skills in crossing a certain route and ensuring coordination of actions during piloting.
Previously, crew members of two Pacific Fleet ships afflicted Exercises to repel a simulated enemy aircraft attack on the Pacific Fleet base in Vladivostok. The drone, which was inactivated by the electronic warfare system, was then shot down by artillery fire.
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