Finnish Navy Trains ASW With Swedish Submarine

This week, the Finnish and Swedish Navies conducted a joint anti-submarine warfare (ASW) exercise in the Gulf of Finland. Hamina-class fast-attack craft Hamina and Tornio, multi-purpose vessel Louhi and a patrol boat of the Border Guard took part in the exercise. Sweden sent Gotland-class submarine HSWMS Uppland to the exercise. The Navies trained anti-submarine warfare in the framework of a CBT (Cross Border Training) exercise part of the FISE cooperation carried out between Sweden and Finland. The exercise serves the objective of developing international interoperability, anti-submarine warfare capability training and contributes to the know-how of the personnel.

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