Russia to train bomber pilots in Crimea
Crimean Chauda will become the first marine polygon of Russian Aerospace Forces
The Crimean polygon Chauda will become the first marine polygon of Russian Aerospace Forces. Also the pilots of long-range bombers Tu-22M3 will be trained there, reported TASS agency with reference to the Commander in Chief of the Russian Federation Aerospace Forces Viktor Bondarev.
According to his words, the polygon will be perennial. Military pilots will “work on it from the land side by the sea, and from the sea by the land”. "There will be a great system of surveillance and control of the results of the crews," - said Bondarev.
Earlier, he said that in summer on Chauda polygon all-Russian stage of the "Aviadarts" flight proficiency competition will take place.
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