In mid-November, with a Warhawk “homing home” safely, the continuous early warning reconnaissance training of a divisional naval aviation division in the southern theater ended successfully. During the training period, more than 10 kinds of “enemy” air-to-air radar signals were intercepted by participating officers and men, and multiple training methods and tactics were tested.
“Fly with enemy sentiment and aim to win the training.” Yan Liang, chief of staff of a division who just returned from training, told reporters that compared with the early warning reconnaissance training organized last year, this training not only increased the sailing time significantly, but also set hostile sentiment throughout the process. And tactical background, highlighting night training, constantly challenging the limits of people and equipment, and honing the army’s emergency combat capabilities.
According to reports, the previous practice of announcing various elements in advance was cancelled in this training, and instead of actual combat confrontation without a plan, the pilot’s comprehensive resilience was fully exercised. With the order of the tower commander Dang Zhenhua, the crew manipulated the fighter plane to rise into the air and flew straight into a certain mission airspace. The fighter aircraft has just arrived, and it immediately carried out continuous network early warning, command guidance, and information sharing in the designated direction, and soon captured the “enemy” signal. A few hours later, the second batch of crew successfully arrived in the handover airspace, and the two batches of fighters quickly completed the information interconnection and handed over the task through data transmission. The next morning, the fourth batch of crews who had just completed the tactical maneuver course suddenly received an instruction and switched from training to combat status directly to track and verify a certain number of maritime targets.
“Difficulty and enemy sentiment have become high-frequency words in this training. Detailed risk assessments have been carried out at all levels during flight preparation, and detailed implementation plans and emergency plans have been formulated.” The division leader told reporters that in each training research program, , All listed the supporting risk-avoidance content. The reporter opened the division’s flight training registration book and saw that in order to stay close to actual combat standards, they took daily combat readiness patrols and major tasks as an opportunity to analyze the technical and tactical deficiencies in detail and actively improve the plan, which effectively improved the missions carried out under the complicated conditions of officers and men ability