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The submarine Kolpino became part of the Black Sea Fleet

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Sixth diesel-electric submarine of project 636.3 for the Black Sea fleet became part of the Russian Navy. She will complete the formation of a submarine team at the base in Novorossiysk. These submarines, known as the Black Hole in the West for stealth, are equipped with Caliber cruise missiles, capable of hitting surface and ground targets long before being detected by their adversary.


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  1. NEXUS
    NEXUS 25 November 2016 12: 02
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    It’s interesting when we’ll lay Kalina ... with anaerobic SU. Diesel is good, but it would be necessary to start building something more quieter and quieter.
    1. DMM2006
      DMM2006 25 November 2016 13: 14
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      Yes, where can be quieter then? The hunters of our "strategic partners" can only hear her and so boats only when they detect the noise of approaching torpedoes (by the way, they themselves have repeatedly admitted this)!
      1. NEXUS
        NEXUS 25 November 2016 13: 24
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        Quote: DMM2006
        Yes, where can be quieter then? The hunters of our "strategic partners" can only hear her and so boats only when they detect the noise of approaching torpedoes (by the way, they themselves have repeatedly admitted this)!

        So the adversary does not stand still developing new detection systems. 636 the project is good, but it is not one dozen years old, and the limit of modernization is not rubber. At the same time, Kalina will be able to spend more time under water, I think the arsenal will be more impressive, and indeed it will be quieter.
        Why wait until the adversary plows out new sonars and radars, which will be easy to detect our Varshavyanka, and then frantically try to look for an "antidote" to this, if you can work ahead of the curve?