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In the water area of ​​the Caspian Sea, as part of a tactical exercise by the ship strike group of the Caspian Flotilla (CFL), the crew of the Dagestan missile ship conducted a damage control exercise.

The sailors worked out the procedure for emergency rescue parties in the elimination of fires in the interior of the ship on the move.
According to the plan of the exercise, an electrical cable was closed in the electromechanical part of the ship, resulting in a fire and smoke in the compartments.
The personnel of the rescue parties performed the introductory actions, passed the standards for equipping in special fireproof suits, putting on portable breathing apparatus and arriving at the place of a simulated fire.

The sailors of the RK “Dagestan” extinguished a simulated fire and practiced the practical use of various fire extinguishing means, including a special backpack generator of high-expansion foam GVPP-100, designed to extinguish fires using a chemical jet or air-mechanical foam.

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On October 16, 2020, an exercise with ships of the Caspian Flotilla started in the Caspian Sea as part of the final verification for 2020.

During the exercise, the crews of the missile ships “Dagestan”, “Tatarstan”, as well as small missile ships “Uglich” and “Veliky Ustyug” perform exercises of control artillery and missile firing at sea at air and sea targets, acting as part of a grouping, together with aviation Southern Military District.

The ship’s strike group is working out the tasks of deploying forces to ensure a favorable operational regime, guarding and defending objects of maritime economic activity, as well as destroying conventional illegal armed formations in the area of ​​protected objects.

The exercise takes place in the central part of the Caspian Sea north of the Absheron peninsula. In total, 6 ships, 7 aircraft and more than 400 military personnel are involved in naval maneuvers.

The exercises are conducted with the aim of monitoring and assessing the level of combat training, technical readiness, staffing with weapons and military equipment of the formations and military units of the Caspian Flotilla.

The activities carried out within the framework of the control check do not pose any threat and do not impose restrictions on the economic activities of the Caspian states.

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