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Day of the submariner. How did the Russian submarine fleet begin

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March 19, Russia marks the Day of the submariner. This is a professional holiday of the submarine forces of the Russian Navy, as well as civilian personnel and everyone related to underwater the fleet.


In our time, the submarine fleet remains one of the most important tools for the defense of our country, an integral component of the nuclear shield. Submariners - the elite of the Russian fleet, the most complex and honorable naval profession. Meanwhile, a little more than 100 years ago, the submarine fleet was only taking its first steps in Russia. In memory of the events of those years, the date of March 19 was chosen to celebrate the Day of the seaman - submariner. This date is associated with a landmark event in stories Russian Navy.

Day of the submariner. How did the Russian submarine fleet begin


19 March (old style 6 March) 1906 of the year, 112 years ago, Emperor Nicholas II included a new type of ships - submarines - in the classification of ships of the Russian Imperial Navy. The order on the inclusion of submarines in the fleet was signed by the then naval minister, Vice Admiral Alexei Alekseevich Birilev. That was the beginning of the official history of the Russian submarine fleet, although in fact they thought about the possibilities of using submarines in Russia much earlier.

Back in 1718, the carpenter Efim Nikonov submitted a petition to Peter I with a proposal to build a “hidden vessel” that could suddenly attack the enemy ships. Peter I liked the idea of ​​Nikonov and he even summoned a talented artisan to Petersburg, where the shipyard began building a ship. However, with the death of Peter the development stopped.



We returned to the theme of a submarine in Russia only in the 1834 year, when a submarine armed with special rocket launchers was built at the Aleksandrovsky Foundry to the design of a military engineer adjutant general Karl Schilder. The boat was moved with the help of four strokes arranged in pairs on each side of the boat, and they were actuated by the efforts of sailors-rowers. However, the speed of the underwater boat did not exceed half a kilometer per hour. Schilder had planned to translate strokes into electrical movement, but the current level of technological development did not yet allow this idea to be realized. As a result, in the 1841, the testing of the boat and the work on its improvement were discontinued, and the date of the creation of the submarine fleet in Russia was postponed again.

Nevertheless, it was in the Russian Empire for the first time in the world that mass production of submarines was established. Stepan Karlovich Drzhevetsky, a Russian engineer and designer of Polish origin, stood at its source. Coming from a wealthy and noble family, Drzewiecki received a technical education in Paris, where he met and became close friends with Gustave Eiffel, the famous author of the Eiffel Tower. Dzhevetsky's extensive knowledge attracted the attention of Grand Duke Konstantin Nikolayevich - the Russian governor in the Kingdom of Poland, who offered Stepan Karlovich to get a job in the Marine Technical Committee in St. Petersburg. During the Russian-Turkish war 1877-1878. Dzhevetsky voluntarily went to the Black Sea Fleet as a simple sailor, participated in the battle of the Vesta steamer with the Turkish battleship Fehti-Bulland, received the St. George's Cross for bravery.

After demobilization, Dzhevetsky lived in Odessa, where he designed the first submarine built at the local shipyard with the money of the patron Theodore Rodokonaki. The second submarine was built according to the project of Drjevtsky in 1879, already in St. Petersburg, and its 29 was tested on January 1880 of the year at Silver Lake in Gatchina, in the presence of the heir to the throne, Grand Duke Alexander Alexandrovich. The heir to the throne was delighted and soon followed the order for the production of a whole series of submarines, which were to ensure the safety of Russian fortresses. In 1881, the boats were built and distributed among the fortress garrisons, but they were not used in battle. The low efficiency of Dzhevetsky's submarines led to the fact that in 1886, they were removed from service and no longer produced.

The next major milestone in the history of the Russian submarine fleet was the construction of the Dolphin submarine in the 1900-1904. The chief designer of "Dolphin" was a Russian engineer, Ivan G. Bubnov, in 1903 - 1904. supervised the shipbuilding drawing of the Marine Technical Committee. In March 1902, the "destroyer No. 113" was credited to the fleet lists under the name "The destroyer No. 150". In October, 1903 was enrolled in the Baltic Fleet, in 1904, it was transferred to the Far East to participate in the Russo-Japanese War, and on February 28, the submarine Delfin under the command of Georgy Zavoyko for the first time went to sea.

24 May 1904 of the Year The Russian Empire has signed a contract for the construction of three E-type (Karp) submarines for the needs of the Russian Navy, manufactured at the Friedrich Krupp shipyard in Kiel (Germany). Since Krupp promised to donate his first submarine to Russia in the event of a contract, 7 June 1904, the submarine "Trout" was transported by rail to Russia. She was accompanied by German officers who were supposed to train the Russian crew. In Russia, two torpedo tubes were installed on the boat, the crew was prepared, after which the boat was credited to the fleet as the destroyer Trout and August 25 1904 was transferred by rail to the Far East, where it became part of the Siberian military flotilla. "Trout" was the first real and valuable submarine of the Russian fleet in the Pacific Ocean.

Two more submarines Russian Empire acquired in the United States. So, 31 of May 1904 of the year was purchased by the boat "Fulton", designed by Holland-VIIR by John Philip Holland. As part of the Russian fleet, it received the name "Som". 18 June 1904 of the year, the American submarine “Protector” was adopted as a part of the Russian fleet, which received the new name “Sturgeon” in Russia. Submarine "Som" gave rise to a series of Russian submarines. In the Far East, a detachment of destroyers was formed from six submarines.

Naturally, the appearance in the Russian Empire of its submarine fleet demanded that the maritime command take appropriate measures to train personnel. First of all, it was required to train submarine commanders and officers. Already 29 May 1906 of the year at the naval base in Libau was created Training team scuba diving. His commander was appointed Rear Admiral Eduard Nikolaevich Shensnovich - one of the "founding fathers" of scuba diving and mine work in the Russian navy.

A graduate of the Naval School, Rear Admiral Shensnovich, went from a mine officer of a gunboat to the commander of the battleship, and then the youngest flagship of the Baltic Fleet. During the Russo-Japanese War, Captain 1 of the rank of Edward Schensnovich, who then commanded the battleship Retvizan, was seriously wounded, after which he returned to the Baltic Fleet. It was to him that Nicholas II and the Navy Department were entrusted to lead an unusual and very important area - the creation and strengthening of the Russian submarine fleet. It was on the initiative of Schensnovich that the first full-fledged base for submarines in the Russian Empire was created in Libava, and a special pool was built that could hold up to 20 submarines. Rear Admiral Shensnovich made a huge contribution to the development of the “Rules for sailing in the submarine fleet and the selection of people for service on submarines”, to the system of additional education for naval officers who were trained in the training detachment for service on submarines.

The first graduation of scuba diving officers took place in the 1907 year - the Russian fleet received 68 certified submariners. Only during 1907-1909. The training unit in Libau released 103 officer and 525 specialists of lower ranks for Russian submarines. Interestingly, in 1906-1911's. 12 maritime doctors, who also received the specialty of scuba diving officers, underwent training in the Libavsky detachment. From doctors, in addition to having a specialized medical education, they needed experience of serving on a ship by a doctor and a two-month experience of sailing on a submarine during their studies. As we see, the training of submariners in Libau was approached quite thoroughly.

For Russian sailors, at first, submarines were something outlandish, but this rather aroused interest in the submariner's profession among officers and non-commissioned officers. In those early years, the service of submariners was very heavy, not going to any comparison with the service on an ordinary ship. The technical features of the then submarines could not provide a comfortable performance of service, but this did not frighten the heroic sailors who were trying to try themselves in the profession of a submariner. During the voyage, the officers of the submarine slept in a small mess-room, and the lower ranks slept right on the mines to hold mines.

25 February 1911 was the first in Russian history brigade of submarines consisting of two divisions, and the brigade was headed by Rear Admiral Pavel Levitsky, who replaced Rear Admiral Eduard Schensnovich as commander of the Scuba Diving Training Unit in Libava. Levitsky was a hereditary sailor, served all his life in the navy, participated in the Russian-Japanese war as commander of a cruiser, and then commanded the Scuba diving training detachment.

The pace of creation of domestic submarines intensified before the First World War. So, already in 1912, at the Baltic Shipyard, a diesel submarine “Bars” was launched, armed with 12 torpedo tubes, 2 artillery guns and 1 machine guns. After the outbreak of the war, 1915 and 1916 were in service. The Baltic Fleet received 7 Bars-type submarines and 5 American Holland submarines, which were acquired in the United States but assembled at a Russian shipyard. During the First World War, the submarine fleet was fully used. So, the listed boats made 78 combat trips, sinking 2 cruisers and 16 enemy transport ships.

At the same time, it is unlikely that the submarine fleet could boast in the Russian Empire with particular love from the admirals and the Navy Department. For the most part, Russian admirals brought up by the “old school” favored cruisers and battleships of the surface fleet, believing that they deserved more attention than inconspicuous submarines. The importance of the submarine fleet was understood and recognized by a few devotees, like Rear Admiral Shensnovich, but there were not so many such officers in the naval command. Only World War I, which gave submariners the opportunity to truly show what submarines are capable of and what role they will play in the modern naval war, contributed to a change in attitude to the submarine fleet from the naval command. However, in 1917, the February and then the October Revolutions occurred, seriously affecting the position of the Russian fleet and the domestic shipbuilding industry.

It was during the Soviet period that the rapid and rapid development of the domestic submarine fleet took place, thanks to which modern Russia is now one of the largest submarine powers in the world. All one hundred and twelve years of the official existence of the Russian submarine fleet, submariners remain the elite of the Russian navy. No wonder they say that the submariners - this is a special caste. And indeed it is.

The most difficult conditions of service, constant risk, being away from home for many months, the need to master the most modern and difficult equipment perfectly - all this requires from officers and warrant officers and sailors not only great abilities, professional knowledge and excellent health, but also unprecedented psychological stability. The service in the submarine fleet of the Russian Navy is not for nothing that it enjoys such prestige - both military personnel and even people completely distant from the army and navy understand the whole significance of the submariners for the country, and the volume of difficulties and hardships they face.

On this momentous day, “Military Review” congratulates all submariner sailors - admirals, officers, warrant officers, foremen and sailors, submarine veterans, as well as civilian personnel and their family members on the Submariner's Day. Eternal memory to the submariners who died and left this world, long life, good health and lack of combat and non-combat losses — to submariners and veterans who do not work.
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  1. svp67
    svp67 19 March 2018 06: 50
    +18
    All "residents of the solid building" WITH HOLIDAY !!!
    1. vlad66
      vlad66 19 March 2018 07: 39
      +15
      Happy Holidays. drinks drinks drinks
    2. izya top
      izya top 19 March 2018 11: 39
      +4
      Quote: svp67
      durable case

      cans wink
      scored a red vine, I'm sitting drinking slowly drinks
    3. Lord of the Sith
      Lord of the Sith 19 March 2018 12: 12
      +8
      Happy Holidays! drinks drinks drinks
      1. Aristarkh Lyudvigovich
        Aristarkh Lyudvigovich 19 March 2018 13: 15
        +3
        Happy submarine drinks! Let the number of ascent always exceed the number of dives! Let you be greeted by loving wives and girlfriends and the homeland will not forget!

        PS I ask you not to beat for the photo, we will assume that this is the girlfriend of the cautoranga who is resting on the holiday smile
  2. Masya masya
    Masya masya 19 March 2018 07: 00
    +15
    Congratulations!!! love
    love
    wink
  3. rudolff
    rudolff 19 March 2018 07: 05
    +15
    Happy holiday, men! drinks
    1. Andrey NM
      Andrey NM 19 March 2018 07: 24
      +9
      Happy holiday guys! Let's remember all our colleagues and classmates, all the living and who are not with us, who have not returned from the campaign ...
      I especially want to congratulate the Hajiyevites and herders and the crew of Tula ...
      1. izya top
        izya top 19 March 2018 11: 42
        +4
        Quote: Andrey NM
        I especially want to congratulate the Hajiyevites

        Gadzhievo was exiled. This is the base of the naval "fatherless", a bandit on a robber, chased by a thieving midshipman wink
        1. Andrey NM
          Andrey NM 20 March 2018 05: 56
          0
          Quote: izya top
          in Gadzhievo exiled

          The first time I've heard. Here they definitely sent to Gremikha.
    2. Serg65
      Serg65 19 March 2018 07: 26
      +9
      Rudolph, personally from me drinks ! Happy holiday buddy!
      Recently I just found out that the commander in chief was your divisional commander!
      Well for the heroes, for the melt drinks soldier
      1. rudolff
        rudolff 19 March 2018 09: 32
        +6
        Hello Serge! Thanks for the congratulation! So I mentioned this here on the site several times. I still found him a deputy commander. Not only that, Vladimir Ivanovich drove the 24th DiPL, but he was also a navigator in girlhood. With all the consequences. “He loved with special cynicism and without Vaseline” the entire navigational service.
        1. Karislav
          Karislav 19 March 2018 11: 56
          +3
          24th Animal Division)
        2. Karislav
          Karislav 19 March 2018 12: 04
          +2
          What years did you serve?
          1. rudolff
            rudolff 19 March 2018 12: 22
            +4
            And who are you asking? If I have, then in the 24th in the 90s mostly. After the VVMUPP. Andrei NM also Lenkomovsky, a neighbor in the Gadzhievo, 90s. Serge with KChF.
            1. Karislav
              Karislav 19 March 2018 13: 12
              +2
              And who was your division commander? Commanders pl? maybe I know whom
              1. rudolff
                rudolff 19 March 2018 14: 05
                +2
                In my memory, there have been many commanders. Bliznyuk, Bukin, Burilichev, Korolev. Although I had to contact more with the current commander-in-chief when he was a deputy commander, already by the division commander I found him quite a bit. And of the submarine commanders, you probably know someone. Of the 971s, I only did not find the Cheetah, and on all the others, at least to hand over the tasks of the course, I went to sea, with mine or ascribed. Where did you serve?
  4. Serg65
    Serg65 19 March 2018 07: 23
    +4
    Happy holiday, SWIMMING !!! drinks
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  6. ICT
    ICT 19 March 2018 08: 02
    +7
    good luck fishing
  7. Arberes
    Arberes 19 March 2018 08: 20
    +8
    With great pleasure I join all the congratulations of my colleagues. Happy Holidays! : fellow

    For those in the oceans
    In the compartments at the posts
    Prowls secretly in the depths
    Fearing enemies!

    drinks drinks drinks
    So that the number of dives you have is equal to the number of ascent!
    1. izya top
      izya top 19 March 2018 11: 43
      +8
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      1. Lycan
        Lycan 19 March 2018 13: 46
        0
        Is it someone's personal transport or an autumn-spring minibus turning through yards? laughing
        1. izya top
          izya top 19 March 2018 14: 33
          +10
          private repeat ---------------------
  8. thinker
    thinker 19 March 2018 08: 27
    +9
    A-a-rkestrrrrr! Goodbye-e-Slav-and-and !!!.. good "72 meters" (2004) now looks very different.
  9. cedar
    cedar 19 March 2018 08: 32
    +5
    We wish our submariners that the number of dives be equal to the number of ascent, and on the base from the trip, we always wait and meet beloved, dear and long-awaited women and children, future submariners of the Russian Navy.
    Happy Holidays, men!
  10. Essex62
    Essex62 19 March 2018 08: 52
    +4
    Let the adversary know, the present will certainly fly from the depths, from under the ice. Happy submarine!
  11. The Siberian barber
    The Siberian barber 19 March 2018 09: 08
    +3
    I wish that the number of dives was equal to the number of ascent!
    Happy Holidays!
  12. The Siberian barber
    The Siberian barber 19 March 2018 09: 27
    +5
    And a little lyrics)

    Boat squeezed by wild pressure
    Given the trim trim aft
    That means guys are coming soon.
    At the periscopes they see a wave At the periscopes they see a wave
    Quiet on the pier at night
    You only know one
    When a tired submarine from the depths goes home
    Quiet on the pier at night
    You only know one
    When a tired submarine from the depths goes home
    Good from the distant sea
    Return to the native shores
    Even to our awkward dawns
    To our eternal polar snows
    To our eternal polar snows
    Quiet on the pier at night
    You only know one
    When a tired submarine from the depths goes home
    Quiet on the pier at night
    You only know one
    When a tired submarine from the depths goes home
    I do not apologize for the separation
    Though I had to be away from home
    Experience the depth of immersion
    The depth of your pure love
    The depth of your pure love
    Quiet on the pier at night
    You only know one
    When a tired submarine from the depths goes home
    Quiet on the pier at night
    You only know one
    When a tired submarine from the depths goes home
    1. Masya masya
      Masya masya 19 March 2018 15: 04
      +6
      Quote: The Siberian Barber
      And a little lyrics)

      Beauty walks -
      Submarine
      On the northern stormy water.
      Guards the country
      Dives into the depths
      The enemy is on guard everywhere.

      Brave
      Meet the enemy!
      Verney
      Stop the enemy!
      Well, if you get caught,
      Which bites -
      Get a torpedo from us!

      Soviet submariner -
      Diligent Hunter:
      Long near enemy rocks
      He walks on the sea
      Doesn’t come home
      Until he finds what he was looking for.
      Beautiful and proud
      Bays, fjords,
      Where the enemies are ships.
      They didn’t wait for us there,
      They didn’t call us there
      And we stopped by for a minute.

      Courageously and deftly
      Cheat is fighting
      Mistress of the sea depth.
      No wonder in high esteem
      In the Northern Fleet
      Submariners of our country! love
  13. Amurets
    Amurets 19 March 2018 09: 30
    +6
    On this momentous day, “Military Review” congratulates all submariner sailors - admirals, officers, warrant officers, foremen and sailors, submarine veterans, as well as civilian personnel and their family members on the Submariner's Day. Eternal memory to the submariners who died and left this world, long life, good health and lack of combat and non-combat losses — to submariners and veterans who do not work.
    Happy holiday divers! How did it start? N. Cherkashin. From the abyss of waters "But meanwhile, life justified the predictions of Schensnovich, Riznich, Krzhizhanovsky, Zhuravlev, Naletov, who advocated the construction of large submarines. Nowadays, large displacement boats are the main force of submarines (for example, the first American submarine of the Trident type) had a displacement of about 19 thousand tons).
    * * *
    Shensnovich selected seven officers and twenty sailors in his scuba diving training squad - the ovary of the future submarine forces of Russia, guided by the following criteria: "Every person selected to serve on boats should be highly moral, not drinker, brave, brave, courageous, not susceptible to seasickness, resourceful, calm, cold-blooded and knowledgeable. " The twenty-eight-year-old Lieutenant Riznich, the former diving officer from the battleship "George the Victorious" and the future commander of the submarine "St. George" was also included in this magnificent seven of the first submarine officers.
    Riznich came to the detachment not to learn, but to train, because by the time of the creation of the "underwater squad of Schensnovich," he had a fair amount of experience as a submarine commander. He was probably proud of the fact that back in 1904 he had an internship on the Dolphin - the first Russian submarine at the very cautorank Beklemishev, submariner No. 1.
    ... In Liepaja (formerly Libava), and now there are still red-brick figured corps of the barracks, in which the first Russian submariners lived. What a brave daring life was boiling in their walls at the dawn of the century! All over again, all unknown - and every foot of depth, and every mile on fragile, dangerous underwater shells, in which skeptics saw more likely "vehicles" than warships. One involuntarily wants to compare this cohort of enthusiasts with the first squad of astronauts: after all, they, these “hunters” - midshipmen and lieutenants - stood before the same threshold of an unprecedented one, beyond which stretched, though not the abyss of the Universe, but the abyss of the Ocean. No wonder the bowels of our planet are called "hydrocosmos."
  14. navy33
    navy33 19 March 2018 09: 41
    +7
    All who are in a lasting holiday! Good shift and safe return to base. Not from such depths surfaced! Western Face a separate bow.
  15. Karislav
    Karislav 19 March 2018 10: 00
    +6
    Olenaya lip BDRMy), s Faces - all a happy holiday !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    Dronova, Anisimova, Khvostikova happy holiday !!!!! Korolev KD
    1. izya top
      izya top 19 March 2018 11: 45
      +2
      Quote: Karislav
      s Persons - all a happy holiday

      here it is necessary to throw drinks
  16. Bobxnumx
    Bobxnumx 19 March 2018 11: 44
    +5
    Victory ! Go Russia .
  17. nogBogHuk
    nogBogHuk 19 March 2018 15: 01
    +4
    Happy Holiday !!!!! Mareman brothers,
  18. nogBogHuk
    nogBogHuk 19 March 2018 15: 06
    +4
    Quote: Amurets
    In Liepaja (formerly Libava), and now there are still red-brick figured corps of barracks

    It was necessary in 1980 during the repair of submarines in these barracks to lodge
  19. stas-xnumx
    stas-xnumx 19 March 2018 15: 34
    +2
    "..... If the enemies declare war on us, we will arrange a walk along the bottom !!!" Gadzhievo (M-130) Hello!
  20. Sasha_Sar
    Sasha_Sar 19 March 2018 16: 23
    +2
    And with the 11th Flotilla there is Who? Our congratulations from the 2nd BrOVR drinks
  21. Antares
    Antares 19 March 2018 16: 28
    +2
    At its origins was a Russian engineer and constructor of Polish descent Stepan Karlovich Dzhevetsky.

    Stepan Dzhevetsky was born on July 26, 1843 in the Volyn province in a very rich and noble noble family.
    The cottage was located in the area of ​​the Small Fountain, where land was a road and only the elite had a cottage. Here he developed his first project of a combat submarine, with the help of which he intended to fight with Turkish ships. For the battle on West was very fierce. The steamboat was literally riddled and most of the crew perished.
    A few months of hard work - and Stepan Dzhevetsky with a thick roll of drawings pays a visit to Guille Blanchard, who at that time owned a mechanical plant. Quickly glancing at the project, Blanchard shrugs and says that he strongly doubts the buoyancy of the future submarine. But, fortunately, Dzhevetsky was rich, and the doubts of the owner of the plant were dispelled by the upcoming transaction amount.
    A few months later, the "underwater beer barrel" was still made. But the inventor did not have enough money for a complex mechanical "stuffing". And then a famous philanthropist, a merchant of the first guild and a banker Fedor Rodokanaki joined in. After making the required amount, the Odessa "nautilus" was launched. Throughout the summer of 1878, Stepan Dzhevetsky personally piloted his underwater vehicle, called the author "Podaskaf", in Odessa harbor. Trials were not always reminiscent of lovely walks in the underwater kingdom. So, during an attempt to sail under the bottom of the Erelik boat on an Odessa roadstead, the underwater vehicle caught a glass cabin for the keel of the vessel. According to the memoirs of Stepan Karlovich himself, only luck saved the inventor and his brainchild then. The first Russian submarine was equipped with a bicycle drive, the air supply was enough for only 20 minutes, but it could really dive to a depth of about 14 meters and carry out combat missions.

    The length of the ultra-small submarine of Dzhevetsky was 5 m, and the height was less than 2 m. The crew consisted of one person.
    Podoskaf spent almost half a year in testing without serious accidents.
    Upon learning of the submarine, the Black Sea Fleet's chief commander, Vice Admiral N.A. Arkas, arrived in Odessa, where Dzhevetsky personally showed him his brainchild. During the second test on October 24, 1878, the designer, after twenty minutes of “wandering” in search of a barge 200 meters away, was able to fix the mine and detonate it. The rapt admiral telegraphed to Petersburg about the appearance of a new miracle weapon in Russia.
    Dzhevetsky developed a project for a larger submarine (for four people). In 1879, the Maritime Technical Committee rejected this project, but Dzhevetsky turned to the Voluntary Fleet Committee, which allocated him 20 thousand rubles donated by the famous banker S.S. Polyakov.
    The new submarine, somewhat awkwardly called the "Underwater Mine", was supposed to have a water-jet propulsion (for the first time in the world!) And a periscope. On November 8, 1879, the boat was lowered into the water, but instead of a water jet, a controlled propeller was installed on it, which served simultaneously as a vertical rudder. Despite a very extravagant control and propulsion system, the boat could develop muscular traction speeds of up to 3 knots
    Stepan Karlovich, who received a solid education as a mechanical engineer and as a creatively gifted person, invented many mechanisms, devices and instruments. The inventive onboard hinged torpedo tube turned out to be original and profitable.
    At the end of the XIX century. Stepan Kazimirovich became interested in aviation. He was the first to publish several works on the theory of flight of birds and airplanes, setting the conditions under which the aircraft can take off and fly (1885-1891). Later Dzhevetsky developed the first theory of propeller
    Monument to the inventor in Odessa.
  22. Vladimir1155
    Vladimir1155 19 March 2018 16: 32
    +2
    c day submariner, the most heroic and important part of the fleet, the real sailors
  23. Charik
    Charik 19 March 2018 16: 53
    +2
    Happy holiday for submariners
  24. Charik
    Charik 19 March 2018 16: 55
    +2
    Quote: iza top
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    -Lada?
    1. izya top
      izya top 19 March 2018 20: 00
      +2
      Quote: Charik
      -Lada

      Prior ... low ...
  25. Borik
    Borik 19 March 2018 17: 55
    +5
    Again, the order disturbs the radio wave,
    and the submarine sways in time with the wave.
    So it's time to go deep
    leaving the house and the sky behind.

    Cities fall asleep today without me
    only beloved does not sleep by dark windows.
    I will leave, but I will not leave forever.
    Wait and remember that love is not alone.


    At all latitudes, all storms to spite
    raise this toast with me
    so that the number is the same
    dives and successful ascent.
    To have the same number
    dives and successful ascent.


    I then in the eyes of my beloved drown.
    You have to understand - this is our fate,
    someone must go down in depth
    so that the sun rises every morning.

    Again, the order disturbs the radio wave,
    and the submarine sways in time with the wave.
    So it's time to go deep
    leaving the house and the sky behind.

    At all latitudes, all storms to spite
    raise this toast with me
    so that the number is the same
    dives and successful ascent.
    To have the same number
    dives and successful ascent.
  26. midshipman
    midshipman 19 March 2018 19: 31
    +3
    Happy Holiday divers.
    The enterprises of the 6th Main Directorate of the MCI of the USSR created and equipped the submarine fleet: frequency standards and RSDN receiver indicators “Route”. And for the fleet he created this RSDN. He was once friendly with Gene designer I. Spassky. Several times went to sea on submarines for testing. Two Roazs took with him the director of LNIRTI (JSC "RIRV") Yu.G Guzhva.
  27. emwave
    emwave 19 March 2018 19: 48
    +1
    For those at sea! Happy holiday, comrades submariners!
    1. izya top
      izya top 19 March 2018 20: 02
      +2
      Quote: emwave
      For those at sea!

      not checking for THEM ... let ... love
      1. emwave
        emwave 19 March 2018 20: 05
        0
        When a tired submarine from the depths goes home. drinks
        1. yasvet
          yasvet 19 March 2018 20: 25
          +1
          Happy Holidays! All the best!
  28. 3x3zsave
    3x3zsave 19 March 2018 22: 10
    +2
    I served in other troops, but come from the Murmansk region. Happy holiday guys!
  29. gosha1970
    gosha1970 19 March 2018 22: 56
    0
    Sailors 109 DnPLK congratulate sailors 25 BrPL on holiday