Sevmach Presents History of Nuclear Sub Shipbuilding

Future ship engineers trained in naval educational institutions had the opportunity to study the history of nuclear submarine shipbuilding, additionally using the audio guide launched by the Sevmash enterprise.

This opportunity will be used in career guidance work among cadets of higher naval educational institutions, pupils of the Nakhimov Naval School. In accordance with the instructions of the Commander-in-Chief of the Russian Navy, Admiral Nikolai Evmenov, in educational institutions that train future engineers of the Navy, activities in the field of military-patriotic education and career guidance work have been intensified.

Earlier, in October, the company “Sevmash” (Severodvinsk), part of the United Shipbuilding Corporation, launched the first audio guide to nuclear submarine shipbuilding. The program “Navigator Sevmash” in the format of podcasts became available to users of a number of sites and applications. The launch of the project is timed to the 325th anniversary of the founding of the Russian Navy.

What is the profession of “metal heater”? What are the project 941 nuclear submarines famous for? What happened on September 27, 2005? The answers to these and many other questions cadets of naval educational institutions can now find in the “Navigator Sevmash”. In four headings – “Shipbuilding Educational Program”, “Day in History”, “Simple Questions” and “Interesting Facts” unique information about the country’s largest shipyard and about submarines is available. For podcast listeners, the company’s information service specialists selected the most interesting and unusual facts from the history of submarine shipbuilding and the country’s Navy, explained complex shipbuilding terms in simple language, created an audio calendar of events, asked unexpected questions and received answers to them.

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