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For the first time in the Northern Fleet, a deep-sea rescue vehicle plunged to a depth of 1000 meters

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As reported press office Northern fleetToday, in the Norwegian Sea, the crew of the AS-34 Northern Fleet deep-sea rescue apparatus, in collaboration with the personnel of the rescue ship Georgi Titov, for the first time in the Northern Fleet completed a series of training deep-sea dives to a depth of 1000 meters.

Testing of deep-sea rescuers took place in deep-water areas. The training program provided for the implementation of the mandatory set of exercises for surface and underwater maneuvering, underwater orientation, search and additional search for a conditionally sunken object at depths close to the maximum.

For the first time in the Northern Fleet, a deep-sea rescue vehicle plunged to a depth of 1000 meters


The personnel of the Northern Fleet AC-34 rescue unit regularly works out practical exercises to assist submarines in distress. Naval exercises to assist crews of conditionally emergency submarines lying on the ground regularly take place.

In the summer period of 2017 training, the specialists of the Northern Fleet search and rescue management team will work out the elements of the rescue of the submarine’s crew who are in distress. They will search for a submarine using the latest domestically produced sonar equipment, determine its location, inspect the hull using unmanned remote-controlled underwater vehicles. It is also planned to work out the landing of the rescue deep-water apparatus on the coaming platform of the submarine and evacuate the crew.

The deep-sea rescue apparatus of the Northern Fleet AC-34 was completely modernized during the 2014 - 2016 period.
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  1. DEPARTMENT
    DEPARTMENT 1 August 2017 18: 42
    +1
    I hope it will not be in a single copy ... The country is big!
    1. PN
      PN 1 August 2017 19: 03
      0
      Why do we need a lot of them? How many boats can we dive to this depth? And how many are there in the world? I think it's enough to count on the fingers of one hand.
    2. siberalt
      siberalt 1 August 2017 19: 30
      +3
      They do not save the country's territory, but boats with sailors. bully
      1. DEPARTMENT
        DEPARTMENT 1 August 2017 20: 09
        +3
        Quote: siberalt
        They do not save the country's territory, but boats with sailors. bully

        Well, yes of course .. Let one be on all the fleets in Russia, supposedly for the report! And what will happen until it arrives at the place .. you’ll have to send out the funeral already .. (I’m talking about that.) The Kursk submarine is a big lesson for us and not only .... "Saving the drowning, the work of the hands and feet of the drowning. .! " So far we have in the sense of salvation in the Navy ..
  2. HEATHER
    HEATHER 1 August 2017 18: 53
    +4
    Risky guys. To that depth. hi This is just fantastic!
  3. The splinter
    The splinter 1 August 2017 18: 55
    +3
    The very idea of ​​a deep-sea submarine of the Fin type was not bad, they just drove the ship without repair, appointed commanders who didn’t correspond to their position, and the revolutionary project itself was not without flaws. I hope that someday Russia will have new combat submarines that will surpass the notorious Komsomolets in both reliability and combat capabilities, and rescue equipment is a good thing, for God saves the safe!
    1. Berkut154
      Berkut154 1 August 2017 21: 30
      +3
      Kago driven? What nonsense are you writing? The ship in the year 84 became part of the Navy, 89 died. Five years before the average first repair .. Karl !!!!
      1. The splinter
        The splinter 1 August 2017 23: 31
        +2
        What does the average repair have to do with it? Have you heard anything about the current repair? The ship’s current repair is carried out after each cruise, after checking and testing all its systems. There was a disaster with the current repair of the Komsomolets submarine, they waved a hand at it, driving the ship to death, which was largely facilitated by the frank disagreement with the position of the last submarine commander and senior officers on board ... Apparently this is news for you, and since you don’t write me your stupid things, I only have trolling from patriots of foreign states who got lost in Russia ...
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    1. hrych
      hrych 1 August 2017 21: 05
      +2
      Quote: rudolff
      What are these records for? In August 2000, the AS-34 at a depth of 10 times less than the task for the mission failed. And here already 1000!

      Why's that. Or was there a chance to save the crew? There, the entire front part was smashed, and in the aft part, the rescue hatch was deformed, it was necessary to manually open it with sledgehammers. And here this device. Save the shuttles Columbia and Challenger, this time ...
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        1. starpom
          starpom 1 August 2017 21: 28
          +5
          Quote: rudolff
          protrusion of the light body above the plane of the supporting ring of the coaming pad PL

          Rubber light body. After lifting the Kursk, rubber was cut on all loaves in the area of ​​the coaming area
  5. Tusv
    Tusv 1 August 2017 19: 06
    +2
    Eh. 17 years late. The main thing is that these dives are training. And the tragedy of Kursk no longer repeated
    1. Deck
      Deck 1 August 2017 19: 29
      +1
      So he worked in Kursk. The truth is unsuccessful. In 2015, went through modernization as well as its two predecessors
      1. Tusv
        Tusv 1 August 2017 21: 38
        +1
        Quote: Deck
        So he worked in Kursk. The truth is unsuccessful

        And it should be successful. I remember this tragedy. They wrote in all the news. Kursk is still alive, but a storm, rescuers cannot approach there. For three days the whole country hoped that it was possible to save the crew and figs with her boat
  6. Olaf Uksimae
    Olaf Uksimae 1 August 2017 19: 28
    +4
    A very long time, a very very long time, Kursk will be there for the last 17 years, otherwise there is nothing to save or raise, foreigners were paid for the rise.
    1. DEPARTMENT
      DEPARTMENT 1 August 2017 20: 41
      +1
      Quote: Olaf Uximae
      A very long time, a very very long time, Kursk will be there for the last 17 years, otherwise there is nothing to save or raise, foreigners were paid for the rise.

      Here I am about it ...! A good development, however, the main thing is not in a single copy ..
      And our submariners will already be calmer to go on duty .. HOPE, a great thing!
  7. Atlant-1164
    Atlant-1164 1 August 2017 19: 56
    +3
    I still don’t understand why they didn’t urgently use deep-sea vehicles .. to save the crew of Kursk. Or did the apparatus from Keldysh just for the filming of Cameron’s films were workers ?.
    1. hrych
      hrych 1 August 2017 21: 07
      0
      Quote: Atlant-1164
      I still do not understand

      Because the dock hatch was deformed and it was impossible to open it. And ideally, the crew of Kursk should have opened it.
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        1. hrych
          hrych 1 August 2017 21: 31
          0
          Quote: rudolff
          The hatch was not deformed, do not repeat other nonsense

          You about it
          Quote: rudolff
          I did not manage to dock to the coaming site. The reasons indicated leakage sunroof и performance light body above the plane of the support ring coaming sites sub

          Read yourself carefully
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  8. vitvit123
    vitvit123 1 August 2017 21: 29
    0
    I really want to know what really happened there ....
  9. vitvit123
    vitvit123 1 August 2017 22: 02
    0
    what caused the accident? are the Americans to blame or not?
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      1. vitvit123
        vitvit123 1 August 2017 22: 20
        0
        And is the official version correct? And what is the hole on the side of the boat that the hoaxers show?
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  10. huntsman650
    huntsman650 1 August 2017 23: 31
    +3
    On August 16, I personally heard the report of the head of the Upasr on the radio (stood VO on BPC Chabanenko). Without deep-sea water diving, docking is not possible due to the strong current. And at that time, the staff of deep-sea divers was reduced to 95g. The Federation Council agreed and said, in the pictures I saw how divers help to dock the ace. The commander of Rudnitsky did not want to lower the ace during the intensified unrest of the sea. But Popov insisted. On the 16th they left the district. On the radio there was a report from the Altai rescuer (or Pamir) that they found a large buoy of white and green.
    The torpedo allegedly exploded from untreated air, fueled with impurities of fuels and lubricants. Assumption. The first compartment was sawn off and blown up. Type bz unexploded there was ..
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  11. 2534M
    2534M 11 August 2017 16: 29
    0
    Quote: Splinter
    and in reliability

    Just in terms of workmanship and reliability, the "Fin" stood out significantly in the BEST direction - the authoritative opinion of the NEMS flotilla
  12. 2534M
    2534M 11 August 2017 16: 30
    +1
    Quote: rudolff
    "epronovsky partition" of air ducts, electric cables, communication

    there are none (on 3 generations, there E for another purpose)
  13. 2534M
    2534M 11 August 2017 16: 32
    +1
    Quote: hrych
    Because the dock hatch was deformed and it was impossible to open it

    everything was in order with the hatch
    but the valve (drain from the coaming pad) was OPEN (at 9 oz) - because "the sea and rocked"
  14. 2534M
    2534M 11 August 2017 16: 33
    +1
    Quote: VERESK
    Risky guys

    venture who signed this news in the media
    who and what worked out there - a no brainer
    but in the media about them (the real work "there") it is "not accepted to write" (and it’s painful for it)