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In the Sea of Japan were tested a new deep-sea apparatus
The Pacific Fleet has successfully completed the final stage of testing of the deep-sea rescue vehicle AC-30.
The crew of the AU-30, part of the search and rescue forces of the Pacific Fleet, at a depth of 1000 meters completed the entire planned set of activities.
At the Kanonersky Shipyard, in St. Petersburg, АС-30 has recently undergone medium repair and modernization. During the renovation, the obsolete equipment was completely replaced by the systems of the new digital generation.
According to the chief of the 79 th rescue squad of the Pacific Fleet, Captain 1 of the rank of Lev Glushchenko, this significantly increased the efficiency of search and detection of underwater objects. In addition, its maneuverability, data processing and transmission system on board the rescue ship improved.