According to the assessment of the SF command, all the tasks assigned to the anti-submarine aviation LTU were completed successfully
MURMANSK, June 19. /TASS/. The Northern Fleet (SF) held flight tactical exercises (LTU) of a separate mixed aviation regiment to provide long-range anti-submarine protection of the fleet forces. The crews of anti-submarine aircraft practiced bombing on conventional submarines at the naval training ground, the press service of the SF reported on Saturday.
"More than thirty crews of anti-submarine and military transport aircraft were involved in the exercises. They worked out bringing to the highest levels of combat readiness, withdrawing forces from the attack of a conditional enemy and dispersing to alternate airfields, as well as performed a full range of anti - submarine tasks in the Barents Sea," the report says.
The crews of the IL-38 and Tu-142 aircraft in the naval training grounds of the fleet worked out the search, detection and conditional destruction of nuclear submarines and the actual setting of barriers from radio-hydroacoustic buoys.
According to the representatives of the Northern Fleet, the role of a conditional underwater enemy, which was supposed to be detected and conditionally destroyed by naval pilots, was performed by the crews of nuclear submarines of the submarine forces of the Northern Fleet, performing combat training tasks in the Barents Sea.
At the Lumbovsky training ground, located on the coast of the Kola Peninsula, anti-submarine pilots performed combat exercises using aviation anti-submarine weapons. They worked out the bombing of deep aerial bombs on target positions at the naval training ground.
According to the assessment of the Northern Fleet Command, all the tasks assigned to the anti-submarine aviation LTU were completed successfully.