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The oldest ship of the Russian Navy went to the exercises in the Black Sea

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The rescuer submarine "Commune", which was launched in 1913 year, went to the exercises in the Black Sea. In accordance with the combat training plan, he will work out the actions of a single ship at sea for its intended purpose - training divers at a depth of 40 meters. It is reported by the press service of the Southern Military District.


Within a few days, the ship, adapted to the basing of habitable rescue vehicles or a deep-water worker uninhabited complex “Panther Plus”, will work out practical interaction with the crew of the underwater inhabited search and rescue apparatus АС-28
- it is spoken in the official report of military department.

The oldest ship of the Russian Navy went to the exercises in the Black Sea


Note that the mobile complex of the remote-controlled uninhabited underwater vehicle "Panther Plus" is capable of diving to a depth of 1000 meters. The control is carried out by the pilot from the board of the surface vessel. To search for sunken objects, the drone uses a round-scan sonar with a range of up to 300 meters. In addition, the device is able to lift to the surface up to 105 kilograms of cargo.

The submarine rescuer Kommuna is the oldest and only functioning ship of the Russian Navy, which has been in operation for more than a hundred years. The Volkhov catamaran (the original name of the "Commune", renamed in 1922) was laid down on November 12, 1912, and on July 14, 1915, it entered the Baltic fleet. For the first time, the ship was commissioned in 1917 when lifting the English submarine AG-15 off the Aland Islands. During the Great Patriotic War, the Commune provided repairs for submarines, including the docking of submarines of the Baby type. In 1967, it was relocated from Kronstadt to Sevastopol. The vessel underwent modernization, as a result of which modern rescue equipment, including the Panther Plus underwater robot, was placed on board and continues to serve as part of the search and rescue forces of the Black Sea Fleet, Rossiyskaya Gazeta reports.
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Press Service of the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation
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  1. Aristarkh Lyudvigovich
    Aristarkh Lyudvigovich 29 January 2018 12: 23
    13
    The Volkhov Catamaran (the original name of the Commune, renamed in 1922 year) was laid down on November 12, November 1912, and on July 14 on November 1915 the Baltic Fleet entered service. "
    We have something to be proud of! Little remains of the Aurora’s native building, but here’s the “original” in the kit. Even the copper plates are in place!
    1. seti
      seti 29 January 2018 12: 27
      +6
      He is proud of what. But it’s time to make a solid museum out of it, and let his descendants plow the seas. And to widely cover this event - people will bring down crowds to him on such a ship will have something to show and tell.
      1. siberalt
        siberalt 29 January 2018 12: 34
        0
        If the ship is the oldest, then what should it be taught? In a stall and let people look.
        1. Shurik70
          Shurik70 29 January 2018 13: 27
          +2
          If the case is intact, change the diesels, and serve as many more.
          The design of the cranes has not changed at all.
          I wonder why the waveform at the top of the picture is so weird.
          1. Orionvit
            Orionvit 29 January 2018 15: 03
            +1
            Quote: Shurik70
            If the case is intact

            They say that the case is made of some kind of non-corrosive iron, the secret of which was lost during the revolution. Because still in good condition. I don’t know if it is a bike.
            1. Golovan Jack
              Golovan Jack 29 January 2018 15: 18
              +4
              Quote: Orionvit
              They say that the case is made of some kind of non-corrosive iron, the secret of which was lost during the revolution

              Too funny to be true.
              1. Orionvit
                Orionvit 29 January 2018 15: 26
                +1
                Too funny to be true.
                However, it is still in operation.
              2. Igor V
                Igor V 29 January 2018 22: 27
                +1
                Quote: Golovan Jack
                Quote: Orionvit
                They say that the case is made of some kind of non-corrosive iron, the secret of which was lost during the revolution

                Too funny to be true.

                Soviet metalworkers could design steel with any characteristics, within reason, naturally. But, from the time of Khrushchev, when we almost reached the war with China, the equivalent was adopted - P18. Any steel, more expensive than P18, was not only not accepted, but was not even considered.
                There were many steels in the Union. For example 10HSND - bridge steel. It rusts, but so insignificantly that the railway bridges have been standing for decades, withstanding a large dynamic load and not requiring special supervision.
                1. Golovan Jack
                  Golovan Jack 29 January 2018 22: 34
                  +8
                  Quote: Igor V
                  For example 10HSND

                  Right And also, for example, X18N10T laughing
                  I was amused by another, this:
                  Quote: Orionvit
                  whose secret was lost during the revolution

                  It's just some kind of holiday ...
                  My teachers in metal science and physical chemistry would be saddened by laughter ... but, alas, they are no longer alive.
                  1. Igor V
                    Igor V 30 January 2018 00: 01
                    0
                    I celebrate with you! laughing
                    And your steel is a typical expensive stainless steel, (and even with titanium?). I gave an example of inexpensive widespread steel.
                  2. Orionvit
                    Orionvit 30 January 2018 08: 22
                    +1
                    Quote: Golovan Jack
                    This is just some kind of holiday.

                    Boasting your knowledge? Well, this is generally normal, but somehow it’s not entirely beautiful on your part. I did not have at my institute such a subject as "technology of structural materials," or "metal science." And you are asked, is it a bike or not, instead of just explaining how it did Igor V began to giggle maliciously, which does not honor you. hi
                    1. Golovan Jack
                      Golovan Jack 30 January 2018 09: 23
                      +5
                      Quote: Orionvit
                      I did not have at my institute such a subject as "technology of structural materials", or "metal science

                      At the menu, the graduating department had Corrosion and Metal Protection. MISIS-1980 +.
                      Quote: Orionvit
                      ... began to giggle maliciously ...

                      That’s never and nowhere ...
                      Quote: Orionvit
                      bike or not

                      The bike.
            2. water
              water 29 January 2018 23: 59
              +1
              Quote: Orionvit
              Quote: Shurik70
              If the case is intact

              They say that the case is made of some kind of non-corrosive iron, the secret of which was lost during the revolution. Because still in good condition. I don’t know if it is a bike.

              Currently, housing wear is about 2-x%. This is for the centennial "grandfather"! The cruiser “M. Kutuzov” had about 40% for the year before last, and he is much younger. Case steel on it is really not ordinary. Already rolled steel sheets have been "stained" for a decade in the "Sinyavinsky" swamps, which was put under work in St. Petersburg and only after that. Yes, and there is no welding on it - all riveted.
              And it’s too early for this “Savior”. At the Black Sea Fleet, he is the only carrier of underwater vehicles. As for me, I would add a deep-sea diving complex of saturated dives there and add another hundred years to operation.
          2. Nasrat
            Nasrat 29 January 2018 16: 01
            +3
            Quote: Shurik70

            I wonder why the waveform at the top of the picture is so weird.


      2. zloybond
        zloybond 29 January 2018 21: 39
        +1
        Yes, they made a museum out of Mikhail Kutuzov .... it’s worth ... rots. It would be better to have it repaired and given to the naval school ... it would have been more sense than rusting in Novorossiysk .... The ship is in terrible condition .... ashamed .... people are watching and laughing.
    2. oldseaman1957
      oldseaman1957 29 January 2018 12: 27
      0
      Quote: Aristarkh Ludwigovich
      It was laid down on November 12, 1912, and on July 14, 1915, it entered service with the Baltic Fleet.
      “Well, they used to rivet cases for centuries!” And if you upgrade as necessary, then you can hold out until the next century. Very successful and necessary design!
    3. figwam
      figwam 29 January 2018 12: 27
      0
      I can’t even believe it, Aurora was launched in 1900, and this one in 1913 !!!!! With the king !!!
      1. seti
        seti 29 January 2018 12: 37
        +2
        Look at his story .... Aurora nervously smokes aside.
    4. Giant thought
      Giant thought 29 January 2018 12: 29
      +2
      The ship was lucky that it served for so long, and Russia was lucky too that it has such a ship to all enemies in spite.
    5. Nehist
      Nehist 29 January 2018 12: 29
      +4
      We must cry and not be proud! Well, this honored old man to eternal parking in the form of a museum
    6. KVU-NSVD
      KVU-NSVD 29 January 2018 12: 30
      +6
      Super old woman of longevity !!! seven feet under the keel !!! and well-deserved museum retirement (but not soon wink )
    7. vlad66
      vlad66 29 January 2018 12: 42
      13
      More than 100 years in the service, respect and honor to the veteran,
      1. Nasrat
        Nasrat 29 January 2018 12: 49
        16
        I hope it will not be renamed .... at 105 years of life ..

        And what serves, and not a museum - it’s even not bad - arouses respect for the fleet, for traditions, for continuity .. I for that he would still serve. And as a museum, it will still be infused, immediately dismantled and concreted. And here everything works !!!! well done grandpa !!!
        We and soldiers for 100 years served:
        1. sharp-lad
          sharp-lad 29 January 2018 21: 52
          +1
          There was a fighting grandfather. Silently hi !
  2. vladimirvn
    vladimirvn 29 January 2018 12: 45
    +1
    ..The submarine rescuer "Kommuna" is the oldest and only operating ship of the Russian Navy, which has been in operation for more than a hundred years ...
    To go nuts !!! request
    1. alstr
      alstr 29 January 2018 13: 01
      +1
      Why the only thing? There is Krasin. A hundred hit him last year.
      1. Piramidon
        Piramidon 29 January 2018 14: 38
        0
        Quote: alstr
        Why the only thing? There is Krasin. A hundred hit him last year.

        You did not notice the word "acting"? "Krasin" is a MUSEUM in an eternal parking lot. Well, for that matter, then in St. Petersburg in the Central Naval Museum kept the boat of Peter I.
        1. alstr
          alstr 29 January 2018 14: 54
          0
          The fact that he just stands does not cancel the fact that at any moment he can start work (unlike Aurora).
          But so yes - the Commune is the only actively operating ship (i.e., it is actually working, or even Aurora is considered an active ship).
          1. Piramidon
            Piramidon 29 January 2018 16: 48
            0
            Quote: alstr
            Aurora is considered a valid ship

            The fact that he is part of the fleet does not mean that he is active and capable of performing the functions of a cruiser. Aurora mechanisms, whoever tried to run?
            Since September 2014, he was in Kronstadt for repairs, after which on July 16, 2016 he was returned back to the eternal parking lot at Petrogradskaya Embankment. Whether the cruiser is on the go or not is still unknown.

            The same with Krasin.
            1. alstr
              alstr 29 January 2018 17: 35
              0
              And what is not known. Aurora is not on the move. They did not begin to restore the car. In addition, only one of the three remained.

              And Krasin is very on the go. It just works like a museum. At any time, it can be anchored.
              1. Piramidon
                Piramidon 29 January 2018 18: 48
                +1
                Quote: alstr
                And what is not known. Aurora is not on the move. They did not begin to restore the car. In addition, only one of the three remained.

                And Krasin is very on the go. It just works like a museum. At any time, it can be anchored.

                So be it. But there is a difference between a vessel standing at the wall in conservation and working in kind. I’m referring to your first comment when you equated a museum ship with a ship that is really on the move and is in active service, without having read what the article says, and it’s talking about the ACTING ship. I don’t see any reason to argue further. I have the honor! hi
                1. ZAV69
                  ZAV69 29 January 2018 20: 25
                  0
                  Krasin still has his own triple expansion steam engines alive, though it is heated not by coal but by fuel oil, and the Commune has diesel engines ..... he already has third engines.
  3. A. Privalov
    A. Privalov 29 January 2018 13: 38
    0
    Yes, restorers of museum valuables did their best. good
  4. foxhound
    foxhound 29 January 2018 13: 44
    0
    It seemed like there was a plot on TV about 2 years ago: There is some interesting steel - it does not rust. Even a piece was cut out for analysis.
    1. Kurare
      Kurare 29 January 2018 13: 59
      +3
      Quote: foxhound
      There is some interesting steel - it does not rust. Even a piece was cut out for analysis.

      That is why he still goes in formation. But the most interesting thing is that the secret of the production of such steel has been lost and cannot be put to a stand ... hi
      1. Archivist Vasya
        Archivist Vasya 29 January 2018 15: 38
        0
        And for 100 years they could not rediscover / invent? Something alarming for science becomes ((
        1. Kurare
          Kurare 30 January 2018 14: 56
          +3
          Those who are a little familiar with metallurgy know very well what very subtle nuances are there to get the proper result.
          You can study the samples on any metal science instrument and get almost all the information about the material, but you will not see the production technology in the results.
  5. Borik
    Borik 29 January 2018 13: 53
    +3
    AG-15 This is a submarine of the Russian fleet, and not English. Do not know do not write from the ceiling.
    1. UVB
      UVB 29 January 2018 14: 29
      0
      Quote: Borik
      AG-15 This is a submarine of the Russian fleet, not English
      Indeed, the boat was built in Canada in 1915, then bought by Russia and disassembled, first delivered by sea to Vladivostok, then by train to St. Petersburg, where it was reloaded and completed in 1916.
    2. Alexey RA
      Alexey RA 29 January 2018 15: 33
      +2
      Perhaps, two different episodes of the ship's service overlapped here: the rise of the domestic submarine AG-2 in 15 and the rise of the British submarine L-1917 in 55.
  6. Archivist Vasya
    Archivist Vasya 29 January 2018 15: 36
    0
    This is a technique however! good Yes, on such a ship you can live your whole life)))
  7. Lacoste
    Lacoste 29 January 2018 22: 45
    0
    Yeah))) I would not want to be in the sea, in a storm, on such a piece of homna) "it does not fall apart just because its birds are fucked up." (C)
    1. Servisinzhener
      Servisinzhener 31 January 2018 08: 42
      0
      Of the substance you have designated, only your comment. And the "Commune" will still survive you, without rusting.
  8. Navy7981
    Navy7981 22 March 2018 18: 03
    0
    I once wrote a post about this ship, regarding the steel from which its hull was made. I will not, like a non-steel specialist, say, but I read about the works related to the search and restoration of a method (technology) of smelting special viscous ship steel (it seems on Putilovsky), so the composition is known (as they say and write) to the molecule, and under what conditions the metal turned out which served without any special problems for 100 years, they did not understand.