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The Russian Defense Ministry began preparations to lay a transarctic communications line for the Navy and coastal troops. The fiber-optic cable will connect the ... The Northern fleet will create an experimental area to test the technologies of connecting the coast and the islands. The transarctic cable will ...
More important, the fiber-optic high-speed data communication cable will link all existing and future military installations along Russia's Arctic. That includes the north coast of Siberia, the Arctic archipelagoes where former Cold War military bases now are being re-commissioned one-by-one. Also, naval ...

... the Shipyard in Murmansk in northwest Russia. The Admiral of the Fleet of the Soviet Union Kuznetsov is a heavy aircraft-carrying cruiser. As of 2018, it is the Russian Navy's largest warship and its sole aircraft carrier. The Admiral Kuznetsov is part of the Northern Fleet and is the Russian Navy's flagship.
The latest diesel-electric Ilya Muromets icebreaker of the Northern fleet began trials in the ice of the eastern Barents Sea. It approached the ice edge of average thickness, the Northern fleet said.
To slow the growth of U.S production, the Russian government has conducted a concerted campaign to disrupt and undermine U.S. energy markets by fomenting ... icebreakers, and creating a huge new strategic military command: the Northern Fleet, which represents two-thirds of the entire Russian Navy.”.
Perhaps no other country has invested more resources into its Arctic forces than Russia. After decades of neglect, Moscow is attempting to reconstitute and strengthen its military presence in the Arctic, particularly in the “High North” around the Kola Peninsula, home of the Russian Northern Fleet.

Russia has flexed its military muscles once again by carrying out a series of missile tests from the Russian Navy's Marshal Ustinov cruiser. The Ministry of Defense of Russia released video showcasing its lethal combat capabilities using the Northern Fleet ship as tensions between Russia and the West ...
“The Russians see the Northern Sea Route as a potential maritime toll road for them,” says Goodman. “It could be an enormous boon to the economy.” If all goes according to plan, Russian officials expect traffic along the route to expand sevenfold by 2030, sucking trade away from the Suez Canal by ...
Those divers practiced the search and follow-up of a hostile submersible, performed tactical exercises, executed torpedo attacks and completed evasion maneuvers with active obstacles and false targets, as detailed by the official press service of that branch of the Russian Navy. Although it is unknown ...
Two of the largest navy vessels based on the Kola Peninsula, “Vice Admiral Kulakov” and “Severomorsk” sailed into the Barents Sea from the Northern Fleet's main base on Thursday, Russia's Defense Ministry informs. “The crews of the vessels will conduct a joint exercise hunting and tracking of ...
Originally supposed to be delivered by the end of 2020, the two ice-class patrol ships of Project 23550 are now postponed till 2023 or 2024, General Director at the Admiralty Shipyard, Aleksandr Buzakov says to TASS. Buzakov explains the delay with “financial factors” and points to the state armament plan ...
Zaozersk is the hometown for the officers serving “Severodvinsk”, Russia's most advanced multi-purpose submarine. Additionally, other submarines of the Oscar-II class are regularly based in Bolshaya Lopatka, one of the naval bases in Zapadnaya Litsa. Together with the officers are their families.
Along with continued supplies of rescue means, the Russian Navy practically completed the upgrade of all operational deep-water rescue craft. They were overhauled and ... It is at the final modernization stage and will be handed over to the Northern fleet in 2019," it said. Bester is designed for rescue of ...
The Project 667BDRM Yury Dolgoruky nuclear ballistic missile submarine of the Russian Navy's Northern Fleet in Gadzhiyevo in the Murmansk region. ... Russia's non-nuclear submarine fleet is currently undergoing modification, with the construction of units with an anaerobic power plant set to begin this ...
«From the first contact with the foreign submarine happened, it lasted for several days and that was a record for the navy in terms of tracking,» Brazgun said. ... Russia's Akula class submarines are of the 3rd generation nuclear-powered submarines sailing for the Northern Fleet are considered to be much ...
The US Navy reported Friday that they were monitoring the Viktor Leonov's activities near Naval Submarine Base Kings Bay, home to six of the US Navy's 14 Ohio-class ballistic missile submarines. The other eight are based on the Pacific coast at Naval Base Kitsap in Washington state. Kings Bay is also ...
Curtis M. Scaparrotti's—commander of United States European Command and NATO Supreme Allied Commander Europe—testimony before the Senate Armed Services Committee on March 8 where he decried the Russian threat in the high north. “In the Arctic, Russia is revitalizing its northern fleet and ...

By the end of the 1980s, the USSR Northern Fleet had 172 submarines, including 39 SSBNs, 46 cruise missile submarines and 87 attack submarines, and between 1967 and 1993 Soviet and Russian submarines carried out a total of 4,600 training missions. However, looking at the size of the Arctic, the ...
But he also didn't specify if those ballistic missiles had been armed with nuclear warheads at the time in question. Many news outlets in Russia seized on Rogozin's comments to Kommersant as proof that they were, and headlines of shock and surprise spread nationwide. The Russian Navy's Northern Fleet ...
The crew of Alexander Otrakovsky, the Russian Ropucha-class landing ship, is currently preparing to sail in unfavorable weather conditions of the North Sea, a spokesman of the Russian Northern Fleet said on Thursday. The ship was previously deployed in the Mediterranean Sea as part of the Russian ...
Zaozerk is the westernmost naval town basing Russia's Northern Fleet submarines. Located about 60 kilometres from the border to Norway, the town is home for submarine crews and their families. The base is homeport for Russia's most advanced 4th generation nuclear powered multi-purpose submarine, ...
It covers a strictly militarised territory of more than 83,000 square km and stretches north of the 74th parallel. The two major islands of the archipelago constitute a key foothold of the Russian Armed Forces and is an area of enhanced military interest. One of the top priority tasks of the Northern Fleet in 2018 ...
Project 949A subs, built between 1985 and 1999, are primarily designed to attack U.S. carrier strike groups and coastal targets in the event of a conflict. They are the largest cruise missile subs currently in service in Russia. The Russian Navy is currently operating two Project 949A subs in its Northern Fleet ...
The Russian Navy currently operates six Delta IV-class SSBNs in its Northern Fleet stationed at the Saida Guba Naval Base. ... phased out and replaced by a new generation of SSBNs, the Project 955 Borei-class (“North Wind”) aka Dolgoruky-class, the future mainstay of Russia's sea-based nuclear triad.
The newly-established unit, which is now part of the Russian Northern Fleet, features miniature nuclear deep-water stations, nuclear-powered submarines and a large number of robotic underwater units, the Izvestiya newspaper wrote, citing sources at Russia's naval command. With the addition of new ...
The ship was on its way back to home port of Severomorsk as it this week tested its guns outside the northern coast of Norway. The exercise included return of fire against an attacking simulating enemy, a press release from the Northern Fleet informs. In addition, operators of the ship's mobile air-defense ...


 

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