Hardening the sword and fighting the sea

  -a glimpse of the maritime training of a naval ship training center in the northern theater


  In a certain area of ​​the Yellow Sea, the wind is high and the waves are high.

A naval training center in a navy ship training center in the northern theater of war is being carried out violently.

  "The superior ordered our ship to immediately carry out fire strikes on the'enemy' beachhead!" As soon as the fleet arrived in the training sea area, a certain ship received a task, and the officers and soldiers immediately entered a state of combat.

"The main gun began to fire." With an order, the main gun quickly locked on the target and launched a strike.

At this time, the radar position found that another air target was quickly approaching the ship.

"The secondary artillery organizes shooting!" After judging the battlefield situation, the commander decisively issued an attack order.

Amid the rumble of cannons, the incoming target was hit, and the air threat was lifted.

  After many days of training at sea, the "enemy" frequently appeared, and a number of actual combat training courses continued.

  "The superior notified that there are'enemy' submarine activities in our sea area, and we ordered our ship and helicopter to coordinate search and attack on it." Upon hearing this, the ship and aircraft quickly carried out coordinated training.

Under the guidance of the helicopter, the ship launched an effective attack on the underwater submarine...

  Training soldiers in a complex environment, quenching in real combat.

During this maritime training, the center also organized various ships to conduct training in multiple subjects such as rescue of drowning personnel, light weapons shooting, and maritime replenishment. Through long-term and high-intensity training tests, the training methods were improved and the combat command and equipment operation capabilities were improved. .

  Picture ①: Carrying out sea replenishment training.

  Figure ②: Ships and planes coordinated to respond to the "enemy" situation.

  Picture ③: The secondary artillery strikes the "enemy".

  Figure ④: Analyze and judge the battlefield situation.