Russian Navys new frigate has intensively tested takeoff and landing carrier-based aircraft in the Japanese Sea

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 Russian Navys new frigate has intensively tested takeoff and landing carrier-based aircraft in the Japanese Sea


[Global Network Military Report Dec. 7] Russian Satellite News Agency reported Dec. 6 that Nicolas Vosklesky, director of the Pacific Fleet Information Support Department of the Russian Eastern Military Region News Agency, said that the latest frigate, the Sound was the first Pacific Fleet Navy to conduct sea trials in the Great Bay of Peter in the Sea of Japan. Aviation helicopters take off and land.

The source said: During the sea trial, the frigate made the first landing of a naval aviation carrier helicopter. In Peters Bay, two Ka-27PL helicopter crews and the naval aviation fleet jointly drilled to take off and land from the deck of the ship.

It is reported that the pilots of the Pacific Fleet completed about 30 takeoffs and landings on the deck of the Sound during the day and at night.

The Sound is the second 20380 frigate built specifically for the Pacific Fleet in the Equipment Renewal Program. The ship is 104.5 meters long and 13 meters wide, with a full capacity of 2200 tons of drainage and a maximum speed of 27 knots.

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