MIL OSI Translation. Region: Russian Federation –
On July 25, a naval parade dedicated to the Day of the Russian Navy will take place on the North Sea roadstead of the Kola Bay. It will be attended by 11 surface ships and submarines of the Kola Flotilla, submarine forces and a division of missile ships, as well as the border directorate of the FSB of Russia in the western Arctic region.
Some of the ships have already started an inter-base passage to Severomorsk. The main participants will take their places in the raid on July 19.
The strategic missile submarine Novomoskovsk and the nuclear-powered missile cruiser Kazan, the destroyer Admiral Ushakov and the large anti-submarine ship Severomorsk, the small anti-submarine ship Snezhnogorsk and the sea minesweeper Vladimir Gumanenko will be anchored and barreled. base minesweepers “Solovetsky Yunga” and “Yelnya”, large landing ship “Ivan Gren” and border patrol ship “Devotee”.
The military-sports festival in the water area of the bay, during which the North Sea residents will demonstrate the combat capabilities of the fleet, will also be attended by support vessels: Umba, sea tugs Viktor Tikhonov and Anatoly Tarasov, a large hydrographic boat Alexander Makorta, firefighters, landing boats and high-speed boats, as well as Ka-27 helicopters. In total, the number of military and special equipment involved in the military sports festival will be more than 30 units.
A significant part of the ships and support vessels of the Northern Fleet will take part in the Main Naval Parade in St. Petersburg and Kronstadt: three nuclear submarines “Prince Vladimir”, “Eagle” and “Vepr”, as well as the missile cruiser “Marshal Ustinov”, a large anti-submarine ship Vice-Admiral Kulakov, frigate Admiral of the Fleet Kasatonov, large landing ship Pyotr Morgunov, submarine Vladikavkaz and rescue tugboat Altai, three anti-sabotage boats and four harbor tugs.
More than 20 aircraft and helicopters will participate in the air section of the Main Naval Parade from the Northern Fleet.
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