Russian Pacific Fleet held drills in the Sea of Japan
The anti-submarine warships and submarine forces of the Russian Pacific Fleet held tactical drills in the Sea of Japan, reported by the Fleet's press office on June 29.
Given the active measures taken by the anti-submarine warfare ships, the submarine managed to stealthily penetrate the area, detect the ships simulating an assault force and successfully strike the tactical group with four practice torpedoes.
In addition, the task of detecting and eliminating a notional enemy submarine was assigned to the naval strike force comprising the small anti-submarine warfare ships Koreyets, Sovetskaya Gavan, and MPK-221. The activities of the strike group had been assisted by an anti-submarine warfare aircraft Il-38. The submarine had been detected and struck with depth charges and torpedoes propelled by rockets.
Two aircraft carrier hits U.S. groups as we discussed before. As part of their Pacific deployment Navy (USS Theodore Roosevelt (CVN 71) and USS Nimitz (CVN 68) operate together. In addition to such aircraft carrier group operations, the U.S. Last week the Navy carried out naval exercises with the Japanese Maritime Self Defence Force.
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