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Shipborne search shock groups and minesweeping forces of the Pacific Fleet are searching for submarines in the area of Vostok-2014 exercises
As part of the Vostok-2014 strategic command and staff exercise, naval search strike groups and tactical groups of mine-sweeping ships of the Pacific Fleet, having completed their deployment in designated sea areas of the northwestern Pacific Ocean, as well as the Sea of Okhotsk and the Sea of Japan, began to perform the task ensuring the withdrawal of naval forces from attack in the near and far sea zones, the press service of the Ministry of Defense reports.
In the development of this episode, the exercises "Vostok-2014" involved about 30 anti-submarine and mine-sweeping ships as part of groups that interact with anti-submarine aircraft.
The crews of naval aviation aircraft, the PF Tu-142 and Il-38, will search for hydroacoustic buoys in areas where the submarines are supposed to be located, and crews of anti-submarine Ka-27PL helicopters will work out the search for a submarine using onboard lowered hydroacoustic stations followed by target targeting search shock groups.
Anti-submarine ships, using the hacking and descending hydroacoustic stations, will be required to detect and classify in the shortest possible time the submarine of the conditional enemy, repel its attack and perform bombing with jet depth charges to force it to ascend. In working out these episodes, the combat proficiency of naval anti-submarine crews on each of the ships will be evaluated.