CO of Landing Ship Caesar Kunikov Dies From Wounds

The commander of the large landing ship of the Black Sea Fleet “Caesar Kunikov” Alexander Chirva died during a special operation in Ukraine, Governor of Sevastopol Mikhail Razvozhaev said on his Telegram channel on Monday. “Today we said goodbye to Alexander Grigoryevich Chirva from Sevastopol. Commander of the large landing ship “Caesar Kunikov” of the 197th brigade of landing ships…

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Russia Moves Ukrainian Rescue Ship Sapphire to Sevastopol

From Interfax Ukraine Russian invaders are transporting the seized civilian rescue ship Sapphire to the port of Sevastopol, the Defense Intelligence of Ukraine’s Defense Ministry said March 9th. “The captain of the Sapphire, who was given the opportunity to contact the Ukrainian Sea Ports Administration, said that there were ‘little green men’ on board who kept the crew ‘at gunpoint.’…

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Six Landing Ships Arrive in Sevastopol

A detachment of large landing ships (BDK) of the Russian Navy consisting of the BDK “Korolev”, “Minsk”, “Kaliningrad”, “Pyotr Morgunov”, “George the Victorious” and “Olenegorsky Miner” completed the inter-fleet passage around Europe. At the moment, the ships enter the main base of the Black Sea Fleet – the city of Sevastopol. In Sevastopol, the crews of the ships will conduct…

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Project 12700 Georgy Kurbatov Maiden Arrival in Sevastopol

The newest mine defense ship “Georgy Kurbatov” has arrived at the main base of the Black Sea Fleet (Black Sea Fleet) – Sevastopol. The crew completed the inter-fleet transition from the Baltic to the Black Sea fleet, during which the ship sailed more than 5 thousand nautical miles, having overcome a 7-point storm twice, once a 6-point storm and three…

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Latest Black Sea Fleet MRK Continues Trials

The crew of the new small missile ship (MRK) “Cyclone” of the “Karakurt” project, built for the Black Sea Fleet at the Zaliv Shipyard in Kerch, made the transition from Novorossiysk to Sevastopol to continue state tests The crew of the ship, formed at the Black Sea Fleet from servicemen under the contract, after completing training at the Joint Training…

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Ivan Golubets and Pavel Silaev Return to Sevastopol

The crews of the sea minesweeper (MTShch) Ivan Golubets “and the anti-sabotage boat” Pavel Silaev “of the Black Sea Fleet completed their missions as part of the permanent grouping of the Navy in the Mediterranean Sea and began the transition to Sevastopol. Currently, the ships, accompanied by a sea tug, are passing the Dardanelles Strait, heading to the Black Sea.…

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RFS Stary Oskol Returns from Black Sea Deep Diving Trials

The crew of the Stary Oskol diesel-electric submarine (SS) of the Black Sea Fleet (Black Sea Fleet) returns to the base after completing a set of training tasks in the Black Sea. In the course of going to sea, the submariners conducted a joint exercise with naval aviation and anti-submarine ships of the Black Sea Fleet, and also completed tasks…

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Project 633 Submarine Arrives in Balaklava for Museum Duty

Specialists of the Military Construction Complex of the Russian Ministry of Defense, together with the military sailors of the Black Sea Fleet, have completed the next stage of a large-scale reconstruction of the world’s only museum of fortifications with an underground harbor for submarines. The diesel submarine of project 633 was delivered from Sevastopol to the Crimean bay of Balaklava.…

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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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