Naval Region 2 Command increases training

As part of the training programme at sea in the first phase of 2021, the Navy Region 2 Command organises K2 training with live ammunition firing, and instructs units of the Naval Region 2 on how to coordinate with each other.
Naval Region 2 Command increases training hinh anh 1Naval Region 2 has always attached great importance to innovating and improving the training quality and identified it as a breakthrough to improve its combat strength, meeting requirements of protecting the country’s sovereignty over seas and islands. (Photo: VNA)
Naval Region 2 Command increases training hinh anh 2Naval Region 2 Command units join training course with live ammunition firing at sea. (Photo: VNA)
Naval Region 2 Command increases training hinh anh 3Naval Region 2 Command carries out training activities with live ammunition firing at sea. (Photo: VNA)
Naval Region 2 Command increases training hinh anh 4Naval Region 2 Command carries out training activities with live ammunition firing at sea. (Photo: VNA)
Naval Region 2 Command increases training hinh anh 5Naval Region 2 Command carries out training activities with live ammunition firing at sea. (Photo: VNA)
Naval Region 2 Command increases training hinh anh 6Naval Region 2 Command carries out training activities with live ammunition firing at sea. (Photo: VNA)
Naval Region 2 Command increases training hinh anh 7Rewards presented to soldiers with excellent performance (Photo: VNA)

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