Project 1154 Neustrashimy Schedule for April Return to the Fleet

Patrol ship “Neustrashimy” after repair and modernization, which took place at the Baltic Shipyard (PSZ) “Yantar”, will return to the combat strength of the Baltic Fleet (BF) approximately in the second decade of April 2022. This was reported to TASS by a source in the military-industrial complex. “Testing of the watchdog after repairs and modernization is being completed. It is…

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Russian Baltic Fleet Tracking Two US Destroyers in the Baltic

Moscow March 8, 2022 (TASS) – Russia’s Baltic Fleet forces have started tracking US guided missile destroyers USS Donald Cook and USS Forrest Sherman that entered the Baltic Sea, the Russian National Center for Defense Management told reporters. “Forces and facilities of the Baltic Fleet have embarked on tracking the actions of US guided missile destroyers USS Donald Cook and…

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Icebreaker Buran Keep Sea Lanes Open for Baltic Fleet Ships

The crew of the diesel-electric icebreaker “Buran” of the Leningrad naval base of the Baltic Fleet of the Western Military District (ZVO) carried out ice breaking in the waters of the Gulf of Finland to maintain the constant readiness of warships and navigation of civilian ships. The average ice thickness, despite the warm weather at the base points, reaches 40…

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Russian Baltic Fleet Deploys 20 Vessels

File photo for illustrative purposes 20 warships, boats and support vessels of the Baltic Fleet left their permanent bases and entered the designated areas of the Baltic Sea to perform tasks as part of planned combat training activities. At sea, the ships of the Baltic Fleet, united in several tactical groups, will perform tasks according to their intended purpose –…

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Corvettes Stoykiy and Soobrazitelny on Deployment

A detachment of warships of the Baltic Fleet, consisting of the corvettes Stoykiy and Soobrazitelny, left Baltiysk on a long voyage. The main tasks of the campaign are the participation of ships in naval exercises under the general supervision of the Commander-in-Chief of the Navy, Admiral Nikolai Evmenov, as well as ensuring the naval presence and displaying the St. Andrew’s…

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Neustrashimy on After Refit Trials in the Baltic Sea

The Baltic shipyard Yantar (part of the USC) has completed the repair and modernization of the Baltic Fleet patrol ship Neustrashimy. The ship is preparing for testing. On December 27, the ship left the water area of ​​the plant and moved to Baltiysk, where it began preparations for acceptance tests. According to the person in charge of the order, Alexander…

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Baltic Fleet Project 12700 Georgiy Kurbatov Trains for Combat Operations

The mine defense ship, as part of working out the elements of the course task at sea, conducted a complex of artillery firing at a surface target and an air target. In the sea ranges of the Baltic Fleet, the crew of the sea minesweeper “Georgiy Kurbatov” destroyed a “floating mine”, conventionally detected by the ship’s hydroacoustic means. The next…

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Baltic Fleet Ships Return from Army 2021 in Kronstadt

August 31, 2021 – The ships of the Baltic Fleet, after participating in the events of the International military-technical forum “Army-2021” in Kronstadt, went to sea and headed for a permanent basing point – the main naval base in Baltiysk. During the inter-base passage, the crews of the ships, including the Soobrazitelny corvette, the Odintsovo and Zeleny Dol small missile…

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Boyky Trains with Ka-27 Helicopters

June 16, 2021 (Google Translation) – Crews of anti-submarine and search-and-rescue helicopters Ka-27 of the Baltic Fleet Maritime Aviation have worked out landings and take-offs on the deck of the corvette “Boyky.” In the Baltic Sea, crews of The Baltic Fleet’s Ka-27 helicopters have worked out landings on the deck of the Boyky corvette. During the training flights pilots of…

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