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The multipurpose nuclear submarine "Kazan" of the "Yasen-M" project first arrived at the point of permanent basing

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Nuclear multipurpose submarine "Kazan" of "Yasen-M" project arrived at the point of permanent basing. According to the press service of the Northern fleet, the solemn ceremony of welcoming the submarine took place on June 1.


The ceremony of the first arrival of "Kazan" at the permanent base was attended by the Chief of Staff of the Northern Fleet Rear Admiral Vladimir Vorobyov, the command of the Red Banner submarine forces of the Northern Fleet, as well as the administration of ZATO Zaozersk.

The head submarine "Kazan" of the modernized project is enlisted in the combat composition of the submarine forces of the Northern Fleet, and will serve together with "Severodvinsk" - the lead submarine of the project 885 "Ash" based in Zapadnaya Litsa. By the way, the commander of the Kazan nuclear submarine, Captain 1st Rank Alexander Beketov, previously served at Severodvinsk as a senior assistant.


Let us remind you that the Kazan nuclear submarine of project 885M Yasen-M entered the Northern Fleet on May 7 this year. The ceremony took place in Severodvinsk at Sevmash, where the submarine was being prepared for handover to the customer.

The Kazan nuclear submarine is the first multipurpose nuclear submarine of the improved project 885M (Yasen-M), launched on March 31, 2017. It has a displacement of 13800 tons, a diving depth of 520 meters, a crew of 64 people, an autonomy of 100 days, an underwater speed of 31 knots. In service are mines, torpedoes 533 mm, cruise missiles "Caliber" and "Onyx".
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  1. Sergej1972
    Sergej1972 2 June 2021 09: 01
    +4
    Good news. But, as I understand it, we are no longer going to build torpedo nuclear submarines of a smaller displacement? Ash is, according to the old classification, more like a SSGN?
    1. venik
      venik 2 June 2021 10: 36
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      Quote: Sergej1972
      But, as I understand it, we are no longer going to build torpedo nuclear submarines of a smaller displacement?

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      Were they going to build them? As for the "Husky", so there are generally complete misunderstandings (all the "leaking" infa is so contradictory!) ... But there was no question of anything else ... request
    2. Alex777
      Alex777 2 June 2021 12: 07
      +2
      But, as I understand it, we are no longer going to build torpedo nuclear submarines of a smaller displacement?

      Purely torpedo tubes will no longer be built. World trend.
      Neither Onyx nor Zircons from TA 533 mm can be launched.
      And they don't tell us what they will build, but hope for an early
      I personally have a breakthrough from an unusual VNEU. hi
      Ash is, according to the old classification, more like a SSGN?

      And there is. Ash - designed to replace the 949A.
      The states, looking at him, began to lengthen Virginia.
    3. Boa kaa
      Boa kaa 2 June 2021 17: 05
      +2
      Quote: Sergej1972
      I understand that we are no longer going to build torpedo nuclear submarines of a smaller displacement?

      Colleague, you understood correctly: the global trend is towards an increase in the underwater displacement of the 5th generation submarines (Vanguard - England, Barracuda - France, although it is of the 4th generation, is heavier than its predecessors in the workshop).
      Look, the Yankes are going to sculpt their SSN (X) in the volumes of the Wolf (and no less!). She will be thicker than the Virgin and heavier. With this, the steel of the PC will be thicker to dive deeper. So, the underwater "hawks" like Lyra, most likely, will no longer exist. The reasons are simple as a three-line: habitability, autonomy, large volumes for new weapons (UFOs, etc.) and new performance characteristics (in terms of depth and speed, as well as low noise - a system of active suppression of H / A noises and signatures - as an option) ...
      AHA.
    4. Barberry25
      Barberry25 2 June 2021 17: 38
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      here the problem is in the TA, it makes no sense to build purely torpedo nuclear submarines because of 533 mm, but you still can't hear about the return to 650 mm ... in theory, if you develop kamikaze drones, you can think about purely torpedo submarines ..
  2. tralflot1832
    tralflot1832 2 June 2021 09: 08
    +3
    Good news for the Children's Day! I watch the weather as usual in summer. Accident-free service! good
    1. antivirus
      antivirus 2 June 2021 15: 20
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      and when it comes out to the database west of Brest, it will be renamed to "Execution"



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  3. venik
    venik 2 June 2021 10: 33
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    ".....Nuclear multipurpose submarine "Kazan" of "Yasen-M" project arrived at the point of permanent basing. ..... "
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    Finally!
  4. aszzz888
    aszzz888 2 June 2021 10: 41
    +2
    Can't it but please !!! good good good Good service to the crew !!! soldier
  5. lucul
    lucul 2 June 2021 11: 14
    -4
    Nuclear multipurpose submarine "Kazan" of "Yasen-M" project arrived at the point of permanent basing.

    Finally .
  6. Laksamana besar
    Laksamana besar 2 June 2021 12: 17
    +1
    Babe smile

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  7. mvg
    mvg 2 June 2021 12: 44
    +1
    It would be better to say that the problems with Packet-M and GAK have been resolved, that new electric torpedoes have entered service, and all the other fifty "jambs" have been eliminated.