Admiralty Shipyards Begin Basin Trials of Project 636.3 Magadan

April 20, 2020 (Google Translation) – The Admiralty Shipyards (part of the United Shipbuilding Corporation) have begun mooring trials of a large diesel-electric submarine of Project 636.3 Magadan. The tests will last about two months and will end in early June. During this time, specialists from factory departments and contractors will check the ship’s navigation system, communications complex, general ship…

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Admiralty Shipyards launched a submarine for the Russian Pacific Fleet

March 26, 2021 – The Admiralty Shipyards (part of the USC) hosted a solemn ceremony of launching a large diesel-electric submarine Magadan of project 636.3 for the Russian Navy. The selfless work of all participants in the construction was noted by the general director of the enterprise Alexander Buzakov: “Ahead of the ship, mooring, factory and state tests await. I…

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COTECMAR Delivers ARC Bahia Solano

March 10, 2021 (Google Translation) – ARC ‘Bahía Solano’ will carry out humanitarian aid operations in coastal and coastal areas, and will provide support for the development of operations aimed at disaster relief and logistical support at the national level. The Science and Technology Corporation for the Development of the Naval, Maritime and Fluvial Industry – COTECMAR, began the construction…

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Two Pacific Fleet TU-142s Make 7,000 KM Flight

February 17, 2020 (Google Translation) – In accordance with the combat training plan, two long-range anti-submarine aircraft Tu-142 of the naval aviation of the Pacific Fleet made a flight with a length of more than 7 thousand kilometers from the Primorsky Territory to the airfield in Yeisk. The Pacific men arrived in the Krasnodar Territory to participate in the training…

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Russian Pacific Fleet Auxiliaries Spent 10,000 Days at Sea in 2020

December 12, 2020 (Google Translation) – By the end of 2020, auxiliary vessels of the Pacific Fleet were recognized as one of the most running at the Pacific Fleet. The total duration of their work at sea exceeded 10 thousand days. Ships of the auxiliary fleet in Primorye and Kamchatka this year took part in three long-distance cruises, icebreakers “Sadko”…

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Project 12700 Yakov Balyaev Final Sea Trials in Sea of Japan

December 7, 2020 (Google Translation) – The newest mine-sweeping ship of project 12700 “Yakov Balyaev” entered the Sea of ​​Japan for the final stage of factory running and state tests. At sea, the crew, together with industry representatives, will finally confirm the operability of the trawler’s systems and mechanisms, and will test the ship’s weapons. It is planned that on…

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Project 636.3 Volkhov Commissioned

October 24, 2020 (Google Translation) – By the order of the Commander-in-Chief of the Russian Navy, Admiral Nikolai Evmenov, today the newest diesel-electric submarine Volkhov was accepted into the Navy, which is the second in a series of the Admiralty Shipyards under construction for the Submarine Forces of the Russian Pacific Fleet The solemn ceremony of raising the Andreevsky flag…

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Project 949A Irkutsk, in Refit Since 2001, May Return to Service in 2023

September 25, 2020 (TASS) – Project 949A Antey-class multipurpose nuclear-powered submarine Irkutsk, which has been awaiting repair and modernization for more than 20 years, may return to tactical composition of the Pacific Fleet in 2023, a source in the shipbuilding industry told TASS. “Given the opportunity, the expected return date for Irkutsk is 2023,” the source said. Earlier it was…

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Pacific Fleet Commander Inspects Modernized Project 1155 Marshal Shaposhnikov

September 11, 2020 (Google Translation) – Commander of the Pacific Fleet, Admiral Sergey Avakyants, visited Dalzavod Ship Repair Center JSC, where he got acquainted with the current state of affairs in the course of repairs with the modernization of the frigate Marshal Shaposhnikov, as well as the ship’s factory tests. Admiral Sergei Avakyants, accompanied by Deputy Fleet Commander for Armaments…

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