Arctic Fleet Arctic surveyed islands in the Kara Sea

September 17, 2019 (Google Translation) – The Arctic group of the Northern Fleet, led by the commander of the Kola Flotilla of diverse forces, Vice Admiral Oleg Golubev, conducted a survey of the Vise and Solitude islands in the Kara Sea.

The crew of the search and rescue helicopter Ka-27PS, which took off from the deck of the large anti-submarine ship Vice Admiral Kulakov, examined the territories of the islands, their coastline and landed on them. The survey revealed changes in the coastline of the islands.

During the expedition of the Arctic group of the Northern Fleet, the helicopter crews conducted 63 flights, including ice reconnaissance and survey of the Barents Sea, the Kara Sea, the Laptev Sea and the Yenisei River, as well as the territories of the St. John’s Island, Round, Pestsovy, Kolguyev, Bolshevik, Krasnoflotsky, Middle , Deer, Horseshoe, Solitude, Visa and Minin and Mikhailov Peninsulas.

The total area of ​​the survey was more than 37,200 square kilometers, and the total flying time of the air group of the warship squad was more than 34 hours.