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The crews of Russian submarine ships fired torpedoes in Black Sea

MOSCOW, (BM) – The exercises with the use of torpedo weapons were conducted by the Kolpino and Rostov-on-Don diesel-electric submarines in the Black Sea, on May 23, the press service of the Black Sea Fleet (Black Sea Fleet) reported, learned BulgarianMilitary.com.

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“The crews of the Rostov-on-Don and Kolpino diesel-electric submarines of the Black Sea Fleet carried out torpedo firing with practical torpedoes from underwater position,” the press service said.

The role of the target was played by a raid vessel from the Russian Navy.

Russian multi-purpose submarines B-237 Rostov-on-Don and B-271 Kolpino diesel-electric submarines are the second and sixth ships of Project 636.6 Varshavyanka, respectively. Submarines, in addition to mine-torpedo, are equipped with anti-aircraft and missile weapons.

Recall, on May 21, 2020, the crews of the frigates of the Black Sea Fleet Admiral Makarov and Admiral Essen, in accordance with the combat training action plan for the 2020 academic year, also conducted preparatory and offensive artillery firing at coastal targets in the area of ​​the Opuk combat training ground in Crimea.

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