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Rescuers of the Pacific Fleet assisted conditional emergency submarine

Pacific Rescue Crew fleet "Alagez" in the water area of ​​Avacha Gulf conducted a training to assist an emergency submarine lying on the ground, reports Interfax Post press service of Pacific Fleet.

To solve the problems was involved deep-sea rescue device AC-30. During the exercise in the sea range, the device was launched from the carrier vessel and searched for a submarine stand-model lying at a depth of more than 80 meters,
says release.

It is reported that “the crew of the deep-water apparatus inspected and cleaned the comaing platform of the“ emergency submarine ”, and then carried out an approach to it, entrenched itself on the coaming platform and conducted a training session on the submarine crew’s withdrawal.”

The press service added that during the exercise "AU-30 made 5 docking with the stand-layout of the submarine." Objective control over the accuracy of the crew was carried out using a remote-controlled underwater vehicle "Tiger".
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  1. leonardo_1971
    leonardo_1971 29 March 2018 15: 58
    The ship doesn’t look very good.
    1. 1vlad19
      1vlad19 29 March 2018 16: 18
      Board what? The ship is not the first freshness, and it is beautiful there, do not paint sea access for a month, they will also look like, salt water does its job, aggressive environment. Yes, and you need to watch the add-in.
    2. san4es
      san4es 29 March 2018 16: 18
      Quote: leonardo_1971
      The ship does not look very good.

      ...-- experienced smile
      The rescue ship Alagez was laid down on November 29, 1979 under the building number 1912. Launched on July 28, 1984. It was put into operation on January 28, 1989. Initially, the ship became part of the Black Sea Fleet, and since September 20, 1993 it became part of the Pacific Fleet and is the flagship of the Pacific Rescue Fleet. soldier
  2. Marshal 32
    Marshal 32 29 March 2018 16: 11
    My friend, a diver, for some reason calls him a "prison for divers."
  3. Ingvar0401
    Ingvar0401 29 March 2018 16: 22
    I’m wondering why the remotely controlled underwater vehicle is called the Tiger, and not the Tiger? Or is it from the category "Only in Russia in a car the word" Patriot "is written in English?
    1. Golovan Jack
      Golovan Jack 29 March 2018 16: 57
      Quote: Ingvar0401
      Or is it from the category "Only in Russia in a car the word" Patriot "is written in English?

      On Korean machines, the names are also not written in hieroglyphs ... as well as in Chinese, by the way.
  4. san4es
    san4es 29 March 2018 16: 23
    To solve the problems, the AS-30 deep-sea rescue vehicle was used soldier
  5. Veteran
    Veteran 29 March 2018 22: 45
    The AC-30 is the 1855 Prize rescue deep-sea project unit built at the end of the 80-s, underwater displacement 55 t, with a titanium case, 3,3 node speed, the crew of 4 rescued, with which the autonomy of the device will be 20 hours . The total number of such devices in the Navy 10 units, one on each of the fleets. Were upgraded on pr 4.
  6. Veteran
    Veteran 29 March 2018 23: 36
    And at Alagoz itself, one diesel engine was disassembled and sent for repair to the Kingissep plant, they are also going to disassemble and repair the second one. On the ship will remain two diesel engines.
  7. sergey_please
    sergey_please 30 March 2018 03: 29
    They talked about him)) And about how the scrap went through the deck when it was shredded)) A lot of Kamchatka guys worked on it)) And about how the deck was covered with tarpaulin and spilled on the sides. Now an acquaintance serves on it.