Russian Warships Train with Simulated Enemy Targets

As the Russian Defense Ministry reported on Monday, the Russian Black Sea Fleet warships engaged in an exercise where they practiced hitting simulated enemy targets at sea.

 

RIA Novosti quoted the ministerial statement which reads: “The strength group comprising a Bora-class hoverborne guided missile corvette Samum, guided missile corvette Shtil and two missile boats R-109 and R-239 successfully completed a joint missile firing at a complex target, simulating a surface combatant squadron of the potential enemy.”

The exercises included around 20 warships and supply vessels and over 20 planes and helicopters of the Southern Military District.

Naval Today Staff, July 08, 2014; Image: Wikimedia

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