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Pacific Fleet sailors commemorate those killed in the Battle of Tsushima
Sailors detachment ships Pacific Fleet (Pacific Fleet) honored the memory of those killed in the Battle of Tsushima. This was reported by the press service of the Eastern Military District.
A detachment consisting of the large anti-submarine ship "Admiral Vinogradov", the tanker "Ilim" and the sea tug "MB-37", during the passage of the Korea Strait, made a stop in the area of the Tsushima Islands at the site of the battle of the 2nd Pacific squadron of Vice Admiral Zinovy Rozhdestvensky and Japanese ships under the command of Admiral Heihachiro Togo, which took place in May 1905. Crews and commemorative meetings were held on all ships and vessels. Then, from the side of the "Admiral Vinogradov" ship, a memorial wreath was lowered onto the water.
During the transition to the Sea of Japan, the crews of the ships practiced the tasks of maneuvering as part of the order. In addition, the anti-terror units were trained on board the Admiral Vinogradov submarine. The ship's crews conducted damage control exercises. At present, the ships have entered the East China Sea and continue to carry out combat service tasks, the report says.
Photo Shoot: Press Service of the Eastern Military District