Latest update October 28th, 2016 11:20 AM
Sep 19, 2016
ABOARD WARSHIP GUANGZHOU: Chinese and Russian naval forces on Saturday carried out a joint drill on air defense and anti-submarine in the South China Sea off southern China’s Guangdong Province.
Vessels including a missile destroyer, anti-submarine vessels, missile frigates, ship-based helicopters and conventional submarines, among others, took part in the exercise.
The vessels were divided into two fleets and confrontations were staged off the eastern waters of Zhanjiang in Guangdong.
A senior officer of the joint drill said the exercise was carried out under a background of actual combat and expected aim of the exercise had been reached.
Chinese and Russian navies are currently holding the “Joint Sea-2016” drill that runs from Sept. 13 to 19.
It features navy surface ships, submarines, fixed-wing aircraft, ship-borne helicopters, marine corps and amphibious armored equipment from both sides. – Agencies
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