MOSCOW, July 10 (RIA Novosti)
A Russian naval task force will perform combat training missions in the Atlantic, the Mediterranean and the Black Sea, the Defense Ministry said on Tuesday.
The task force comprises warships from Russia’s Northern, Baltic and Black Sea Fleets, a ministry official told RIA Novosti.
“The ships are headed toward the northern Atlantic,” he said.
The task force is comprised of the Admiral Chabanenko Udaloy II class destroyer, the Alexander Otrakovsky, Georgy Pobedonosets and Kondopoga large amphibious assault ships, as well as the Nikolai Chiker and Sergei Osipov support vessels.
The force will be joined in the northern Atlantic by a group of Baltic Fleet ships, including the Yaroslav Mudry frigate and the Lena tanker, he added.
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- PlutardsNATO equivalent in Asia-Pacific with US authorship.17:08, 11/07/2012America, later, with 60% of its military power in the Asia-Pacific, the USA will induce the creation of a NATO EQUIVALENT in the Asia-Pacific.
- PETEPETEPETE(no title)03:10, 12/07/2012That would be a good thing but, sometimes, part of me thinks that Uncle Sam actually wants that to happen. Uncle Sam likes enemies, Uncle Sam gets energy from conflict, it seems that Uncle Sam can't exist without conflict.
Either way, the Free World has to do what it has to do.
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