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Trainer for combat use of non-nuclear submarines

Trainer for combat use of non-nuclear submarines is designed for training and workup of submarine command, watch officers and ship combat team for combat use of submarines. The trainer provides for observation over the tactical situation, its analysis, decision-taking to fulfil the assigned combat task with employment of weapon as well as workup of operators dealing with combat use of submarine electronic equipment and technical facilities.
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Specifications

Number of trained simultaneously: up to 50 persons
Types of combat training supported by the Trainer Complex: General
Tactical
Special
Types of combat training supported by the Trainer Complex: General
Tactical
Special
Teaching methods: Individual
Group
Intergrated
The number of combat posts and command stations being simulated: In accordance with a watch and station bill
Types of training sessions: Any, in accordance with the curriculum
Size of combat area simulated: Square area of 512 km2 , sea depth up to 11 km, air area up to 35 km high
Number of targets simulated: up to 100 persons
Types of combat activities simulated: interaction with a surface ship,
submarine or aircraft, or counteraction against the same
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