Submarine Veliky Novgorod Fires Torpedo in the Black Sea

The crew of the diesel-electric submarine “Veliky Novgorod” of the Black Sea Fleet (BSF) performed torpedo firing from an underwater position. During the combat training event, the submariners made the transition to the sea range, performed a set of preparatory exercises and plunged to a given depth for firing. The crew of the Veliky Novgorod successfully completed the tasks and…

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“Sails of the Memory of the Black Sea” Arrived in Feodosia

Launched on August 7 from Sevastopol, the youth historical-patriotic yacht cruise “Sails of the Memory of the Black Sea” arrived in the city of military glory, Feodosia. At the Sevastopol-Artek crossing in the sea area south of Yalta, the participants of the campaign, laying a wreath on the water, paid tribute to the memory of those who perished on November…

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Ukraine Acquires Former BNS Belgica

July 30, 2021 – Ukraine and the Kingdom of Belgium have concluded a Memorandum of Understanding on the protection and reproduction of water and the rational use of water resources. The document was signed by the Belgian Federal Office for Scientific Policy, the Belgian Royal Institute of Natural Sciences and the Ministry of Environmental Protection and Natural Resources of Ukraine.…

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USCGC Hamilton Home From 97-day Deployment to Europe

June 4, 2021 – Legend-class national security USCGC Hamilton (WMSL 753) and crew returned to Charleston Friday, following a historic 97-day deployment to Europe working with U.S. Navy Sixth Fleet, Allies and partners. “By operating with Sixth Fleet, we expand the Coast Guard’s global reach and advance our Nation’s Tri-Service Maritime Strategy,” said Capt. Timothy Cronin, commanding officer of USCGC…

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