Russian Northern Fleet's antisubmarine aviation conducts drills in Arctic

Over 800 military servicemen took part in the drills of antisubmarine aviation of the Russian Northern Fleet in the White and Barents seas, head of the fleet's press service Vadim Serga said Thursday.

Over 800 military servicemen took part in the drills of antisubmarine aviation of the Russian Northern Fleet in the White and Barents seas, head of the fleet's press service Vadim Serga said Thursday.

According to the spokesman, Kamov Ka-27 helicopter crews trained their skills of submarine surveillance, and the crews of Ilyushin Il-38 warplanes used bombs, torpedoes and mines. Twelve crews of antisubmarine aircraft were involved in the drills.

First published by TASS.

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