Shipbuilding Museum Opened at Nizhny Novgorod Shipyard

Reconstructed for the 800th anniversary of Nizhny Novgorod and the 325th anniversary of the Russian fleet, the history museum of PJSC Krasnoe Sormovo Plant (part of the USC) was opened for visitors. The work was carried out at the expense of the enterprise. After the reconstruction, the territory of the museum expanded: an open-air exhibition area appeared, the archives were…

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RFS Moskva & Ladnyy Hold Combat Training in the Black Sea

The crews of the Guards Order of Nakhimov missile cruiser (GRKR) “Moscow” and the escort ship (SKR) “Ladny” of the Black Sea Fleet conducted a complex of naval combat exercises with artillery firing at sea combat training ranges. In the Black Sea, the crews practiced the tasks of combat maneuvering, search, detection and destruction of sea mines and sea targets,…

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Forceful Blow Against the Gulf Clan in the Pacific

111 semi-submersibles have been seized from 2018 to date. From the Bahía Málaga Naval Base in the Colombian Pacific, Defense Minister Diego Molano unveiled a major coup against the Clan del Golfo with ‘Operation Senen’, which resulted in the seizure of a semi-submersible, a neutralization and the capture of three members of the organization. “Thanks to the work of our…

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“Coordinated Maritime Presences” in the Gulf of Guinea

Marceglia ship , recently entered the Operation Area in the Gulf of Guinea, carried out an intense training activity off the Ivory Coast with the Spanish patrol vessel Vigia , in the context of cooperation with the navies of the EU countries. The exercise was conducted with the aim of testing the operational readiness of the alarm chain between the…

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FS Prairial: Patrol off Easter Island

Currently on a maritime surveillance mission towards Peru to join the multinational Exercise Unitas, the surveillance frigate Prairial observed the regrouping of 6 longliners on the edge of the Chilean exclusive economic zone, off Easter Island. . Within the framework of bilateral agreements signed between our armies, Prairial informed the Chilean authorities and the Peruvian authorities of this activity. These…

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Marotta Controls Announces Availability of ASTV for Navy Weapons Systems

Marotta Controls, a rapidly growing aerospace and defense supplier, announced the availability of its advanced Automatic Source Transfer Valve (ASTV) system designed to cool shipboard combat systems computing cabinets. The ASTV is a smart thermal management solution fully integrated with an electronic controller capable of communicating directly with shipboard mission control systems for simplified, remote utility management. Power dissipation in…

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Crowley Awarded Multi-Year Fuel Storage Services Contract

Crowley Solutions, the government services business unit of Crowley Maritime Corporation, has been awarded a multi-year contract by the U.S. Defense Logistics Agency-Energy to provide fuel management and storage services for Pacific military operations. Crowley will provide energy logistics management and services to receive, store, protect and ship aviation grade JP-5 turbine fuel and commercial grade Jet A-1 fuel for…

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Pacific Fleet Flagship Varyag Testing Missiles in Peter the Great Bay

The flagship of the Pacific Fleet (Pacific Fleet), the guards missile cruiser (GRKR) Varyag, went to sea from Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky to participate in the exercise. Its crew will work out the destruction of the enemy ship with the main missile system and will perform practical combat training exercises. In one of the areas of the exercise, the crews of the Varyag…

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Project 12800 Pyotr Ilyichev Prepares to Receive Crew

The Kamchatka crew of the Pyotr Ilyichev mine defense ship under the command of Commander Lieutenant-Commander Yuri Nikitenko, after training at the Joint Training Center of the Navy (Navy), arrived in St. Petersburg and is ready to move to the ship. At the training center, naval sailors studied the principles of building a ship of a new project and the…

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Baltic Fleet Amphibious Ships Train in Minelaying

As part of the planned launch into the sea, the crews of the large landing ships (BDK) “Minsk”, “Korolev” and “Kaliningrad” performed mine-laying tasks in the sea ranges of the Baltic Fleet. The crews of the ships carried out the setting of defensive minefields in the specified areas, using training bottom and anchor mines. In addition to mining the water…

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