A certain naval detachment in the Southern Theater Command: Offensive and defensive confrontation

A certain detachment of the navy in the Southern Theater—— Offensive and defensive confrontation

PLA Daily reporter Chen Dianhong Correspondent Cai Shengqiu

Deep in the South China Sea, undercurrents are surging. As the battle alarm suddenly sounded, the officers and soldiers of the Mianyang ship and Luoyang ship of a certain naval detachment in the southern theater moved quickly and entered a state of battle.

Shortly after entering the battle position, Mianyang ship technician Wang Zhixun reported the special situation in the air, and deputy captain Feng Hongbo decisively ordered the launch of jamming bombs.

“Actual combat training is the most fundamental and effective way to realize the coupling of combat training.” The leader of the detachment told reporters that “enemy” situations may appear anytime and anywhere, which puts higher requirements on the commander’s ability to deal with the situation on the fly.

Warning signals continued to appear, and in the combat command room of the Mianyang ship, various combat units cooperated with each other, and all the weapon systems on the deck were on standby.

The reporter noticed that in this confrontation, the ships searched, made independent decisions, and attacked independently throughout the entire process.

After synthesizing the battlefield situation information, Liu Weichao, the acting captain of the Luoyang ship, was ready to issue an attack order, but the steering team interspersed with special situations such as “missile platform fires after being fired”. In the face of the sudden “dangerous situation”, the damage control and rescue teams came forward in time and dealt with them quickly.

The urgent battle alarm sounded again, and the officers and soldiers immediately threw themselves into the tense ship-submarine confrontation. From ship-to-aircraft confrontation, ship-to-ship confrontation to ship-to-submarine confrontation, officers and soldiers practice command and coordination in the state of battle, and many tactics have been effectively tested.