Project 22800 Repair & Technical Documentation Introduced

As part of the work on the development of the maintenance system for surface ships of new generations, the 51st Central Design and Technological Institute for Ship Repair has developed and is implementing repair and technical documentation and standard sheets. This, in particular, is necessary for the effective organization of the dock and factory repair of ships of the project…

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New Exhibit “The August General-Admirals of the Russian Fleet” at the Central Naval Museum

On September 30, a new exhibition “The August General-Admirals of the Russian Fleet” will open at the Central Naval Museum named after Emperor Peter the Great. The exhibition, curated by the museum’s researchers Svetlana Vasilyeva and Vasilina Trubilko, will display the personal belongings of the august persons – admiral-generals, their weapons, household items, gifts, printed publications with bookplates. The interest…

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Pacific Fleet Completed the Northern Delivery of Fuel

In the Pacific Fleet, the northern expeditionary delivery of fuel and fuels and lubricants to remote units, posts and lighthouses of the Troops and Forces in the North-East of Russia has been fully completed. More than 10.5 thousand tons of fuels and lubricants for weapons, machinery and equipment, as well as 12 thousand tons of coal for the operation of…

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Harpsichord Underwater Drone to be Tested in the Far East

September 7, 2021 – The Ministry of Defense has approved a test plan for the new unmanned complex “Harpsichord-2R-PM”. He is currently undergoing tests in the Far East. Their task is to test the drone’s operation at shallow depths in conditions of limited visibility and maneuver. The Harpsichord is launched from the Marshal Gelovani research vessel. The complex has already…

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Northern Fleet Holds Submarine Rescue Exercise

In the Northern Fleet, a planned exercise of the search and rescue support forces (PSO) to provide assistance to a conditionally emergency submarine has ended. The exercise involved the rescue vessel “Georgiy Titov” with the deep-sea rescue vehicle AS-34 on board, the diving vessel “VM-277”, sea and harbor tugs, as well as a number of ships of the Kola flotilla…

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Russian Navy Ships in Iran for Sea Cup ArMI-2021

August 19, 2021 – Today, a detachment of ships of the Caspian Flotilla consisting of the rescue tugboat SB-738, small artillery ships “Astrakhan” and “Makhachkala” arrived in the port of Bandar-Anzali of the Islamic Republic of Iran, located on the southern coast of the Caspian Sea, to participate in the international competition “Sea Cup” ArMI-2021. In the territorial waters of…

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Pacific Fleet Project 636.3 Program to Complete by 2024

August 18, 2021 – “Until 2024, the Russian Navy plans to receive the entire series of 6 diesel-electric submarines of Project 636.3, which are being built at the Admiralty Shipyards, purposefully to equip the Submarine Forces of the Pacific Fleet. At present, the third submarine of this series, the Magadan, is undergoing state tests. These submarines have excellent stealth characteristics…

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Denmark Recounts Passage of Russian Submarines

Two Russian submarines and a follower ship pass through the Storeb ællt heading north today. A third submarine from the group is anchored up south of Langeland and is expected to continue later. The passage of foreign submarines in Denmark is a normal procedure and happens completely without drama. The defense usually follows closely. Also in this case, where a…

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