Northern Fleet small anti-submarine ship to attack mock enemy submarine during Navy Day
The crew of the small anti-submarine ship Yunga of the Kola Flotilla of the mixed forces of the Northern Fleet will practice firing of the RBU-6000 missile launchers in the Kola Bay water area, says press center of RF Defence Ministry.
An episode of an attack on a mock enemy submarine with depth bombs will be shown to viewers and guests of the city of Severomorsk as part of a military sports festival on the Russian Navy Day.
Crews of small anti-submarine ships of the Kola Flotilla of mixed forces regularly improve their naval training in the naval training grounds of the Northern Fleet's combat training in the Barents Sea.
The anti-submarine ships are armed with the AK-176M and AK-630M anti-aircraft artillery systems, the RBU-6000 missile launchers and 533-mm torpedo tubes, as well as modern hydroacoustic equipment. Intended for search, tracking and destruction of submarines in the near sea and coastal zones.