SSBN Aleksandr Nevsky Returns to Kamchatka

September 24, 2020 (Google Translation) – The strategic nuclear-powered missile submarine “Aleksandr Nevsky” returned to Kamchatka, to its permanent base after a long-term fulfillment of tasks at sea.

At the pier, the submariners were met by the commander of the Pacific Fleet’s submarine forces, Vice-Admiral Vladimir Dmitriev, officers of the submarine formation headquarters, representatives of the Vilyuchinsky urban district administration, relatives and friends.

At the solemn meeting, the commander of the Pacific Fleet’s submarine forces congratulated the submariners on the successful completion of the assigned tasks and, according to tradition, presented the cruiser commander, Captain 1st Rank Sergei Mokeev, with a roast pig.

The nuclear submarine “Aleksandr Nevsky” is a Russian nuclear submarine of the 4th generation, the second ship of project 955 “Borey”, named after the famous Russian commander, Grand Duke Alexander Yaroslavovich Nevsky.

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