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SSB K-258 project 667AU. BS-3 March-May 1985 of the year

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SSB K-258 project 667AU. BS-3 March-May 1985 of the year



This is the experience of my 3 BS (combat service) March-May 1985 years 258 SSBN K-pr.667-AU, with a crew-To-451 1 1 commander Captain rank Dunaev Georgy, navigator Lieutenant Commander Eremenko, Senior Lieutenant Kang, your humble servant.

It all started a week later, after the release of the log from the pier, when crossing the Imperial Mountains, the Paravan was discontinued (towed antenna device (communication))after which the Opera of the Pacific Fleet drives us to 9 degrees north latitude with the subsequent forcing of the Hawaiian ridge in 30 miles from o.Oahu ??? !!! And on this area of ​​the map 50-60-s with red circles and the inscriptions "Active volcanic activity ...", in short, do not believe what you see ... at the same time, the depth difference from 4500 meters to ... zero !! ! Yes, I clarify for the uninitiated, the use of the echo sounder in order to comply with the regime of HIDNESS is allowed in EXTREME cases, read PROHIBITED !!!

After leaving the underwater narrowness, we decided to adjust the longitude with the help of ROS "Saiga" (radio text) ... yes, I forgot to inform you that before 1985 on the rpkSN ave.667-AU on 2 there was no ADC (space navigation system)... nor any 1 2 or 3, and only the heroic efforts of your humble servant, the day before the departure brought on their own backs with recessed GTRI "Anadyr" FIRST on DPL ADK 8-3, there was a hope to comply with rocket READY accuracy and VAT SKHRANENIYU (shooting start data), but ... on the K-258 a radio antenna was installed not ANIS and VAN, which was not coordinated with the ADC !!!

Further easier ... raised by a tip from the system. (basic patrol aviation US West Coast) takes us for F ...?!

And we will learn IT at the most inappropriate moment when we have “Yalda” fought (head of hoisting mast device) ROS "Saiga" on KU = 40 deg.dr.b., ... Urgent immersion ... Mechanics do not have time to bring YALDU to its original position ... we dive ... YALDA ... ITALY ... as the shaft cover was closed ... even the mechanics did not understand !!!

Well, okay ... it was not there, on the second day we were detached from the adversary, diving under one transport and then changing it to another counter, slapping in the opposite direction.

It was a sigh that WE had a full breast of cut-off air ... and decided to float Air HP to stuff through PVP (air intake under water), and at the same time look around ... at the periscope ... how is the assistant from my combat to the navigator on the intercom, my former navigator, Alexander Sholokhov, captain of 3 rank, asks for a backfill question ... "navigator, how far is it from the coast?" ... I did not hesitate: ... "400 miles to Hawaii, well, 600 miles to US ZP ..." question number 2: "... and what in the middle of the ocean does the VESSEL TOWED TOWARDS and POSSIBLE MANEUREMENT?"

... So began the 28 daily struggle, read the "war", rpkSN to-258 with two CPUGs (8 NK) equipped with AN \ BQQ-14 (-17) GAS in providing shipboard helicopters, BPA and support ships. It was the FIRST use of the US Navy of the TAKTASS system on the Pacific Fleet during the "operation to oust the Soviet Navy of the Soviet Navy from areas of their combat patrols." And on the cover of the JUS, the commander wrote with a red pen: "WAS SMOOT ON THE PAPER, YES BAD ON ARMS."

I do not describe further details, a lot of things have been ... still probably under the neck ... "SECRET."

Short favorites:

- Conclusion 2-x GEM on 100% power and giving the maximum possible course 24,4 node, at a depth of 150 meters !!! They couldn’t dive anymore, they broke through the main drainage line, from 4'S GONS (main drainage pump) 2 is not built in, 1 has low insulation resistance !!! Explanation: K-258 did not pass the average repair and was already in the battlefield for more than 9 years, and for extending the resource the Active Reactor Zone on the SRH-49 was overloaded and ANY repair was made ... counted as MEDIUM !!!

- Daily repeated CLUTCH of any rudders and hydraulic systems, for the above reason, ... REPLACE HYDRAULICS ... but "cartridges of the wrong caliber" turned out !!! Hydraulics curled ... in the tubes ...

- When giving large passages, the Emergency-Towing Device was vomited and exhausted, with which the Chopping GRs were jammed (horizontal wheels) and by a miracle did not wind on the screws ... And also the BAD COMMONISTS HAPPEN, the VAN flowed and the IVA was broken off ...

- The temperature of the water overboard + 20-27 degrees, about Refrigeration Machines and the temperature in the compartments say nothing ... but the glass ANS "Wave" (astronavigation sextant) overgrown with algae so that even the SUN was observed as a blurred pancake on a frying pan ... Explanation: On Ave. 667-AU, the Head of the Wave is constantly WET, since unlike B, BD, BDR, etc. mine ANS "Wave" is not provided for in the project.

- As a result of the above, it was necessary to emerge on a dark, rainy night UNCLEARED CUT, send the Communications Operator to the deckhouse to install a retractable antenna in order to give an RDO (radio messaging) and the navigator electrician clean the glass of the ANS, since these were the LAST remaining means of both communication and location determination !!! Moreover, someone chopped with an ax a piece of an ABU cable on the steering wheel of the GR ...

- After giving RDO about tracking ... the signal was NOT RECEIVED communication centers in Kamchatka, Vladivostok, Khabarovsk, Moscow ... ACCEPTED CSS (communication center) in Cuba, which relayed it directly to the US General Staff Navy, and he lay down on the table of the Commander-in-Chief of the Navy, who without hesitation picked up Khvatov's Kom.TOF and asked the question ... "and what is this about YOU going on in the Pacific Ocean? few???" about Kopeikin below

- Com.TOF sent from Kamchatka a pair of TU-16 reconnaissance aircraft that flew to Adah Island, there was already no refueling then, and the entire fleet had only two pairs of TU-16 and a pair of TU-95 !!! and they said, "YES SOMETHING IS BREAKING ..."

- In short, THEY us KINULI at Adah, when we rode an average trot from Hawaii, along the US PZ, through the Gulf of Alaska and along the Aleutian ridge, reeling on 16500 miles, at the normal rate of 11000 miles ...

But this was not the worst ... 24.05.1985 of the year on the pier US had already been waited by the commission of the Pacific Fleet headquarters headed by Khvatov ... and the BLACK WEEK started ... after which the commander 1 captain rank Zhora Dunaev wiping sweat from his forehead spoke the CLASSICAL phrase: "B ... EASIER TO FIGHT AMERICANS, THAN WITH OUR D ..."


K-258, when detached from the tracking of the US Navy CPUG, as part of the 2-x EM URO T. Spryuens and 2-X FR URO T. X., shot out:
- MG-14 (Self-propelled interference device) - 2 pcs.
- MG-34 (Drifting interference device) - 18 pcs.
- HIP-1 (Hydroacoustic Imitation Cartridge) - 40 pcs.
- TA №-3 and -4 equipped with combat torpedoes 53-65k were given in minute readiness, i.e. TA covers are open, it remains to enter the shooting parameters and press the "START" button ...

- and even made a maneuver imitating the "TARAN" EM URO of T. Spryuens in order to interrupt the GPBA (Flexible Towed Antenna) AN / BQQ-17.

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Fourthly, the use of EW in combat conditions, especially in such quantities, at the same time for 4 days (and not for 3 months) while being used with special maneuvering, prescribed in the guidance documents on detachment from tracking PLS and Funds, showed not only their INEFFICIENCY and the fact that they are morally yes and physically obsolete, and also the fact that they are obsolete and have proved to be ineffective methods and methods of their use, since the EW tools and documents for their use were developed in 50-60-x, and "in the yard" already was 1985 year !!! Yes, in 70-x and until 1985, EW funds were not used in such quantities, WE WERE THE FIRST !!! And then something I did not hear about it.

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Sixth, the use of rpksn bs on avex 667-A (-AU) in 1983-1986 years, in conditions very close to the fighting, except that it did not use rocket and torpedo weaponi.e. in areas of ACTIVE and INTENSIVE use of PLCiS (NK, PLA, BPA, VESS) showed that THEY are DISPOSABLE units, which, if detected, will be destroyed with P = 0.9, i.e. simply KAMIKAZE .... and the question of detecting them with P = 0.8 did not make up for the US Navy PLS, with their massive use, at that time of particular difficulty, since the noise of the second generation rpkSN left much to be desired !!!

Therefore, from 1987 of the year, well, also for political reasons ..., for rpkSN ave.667-AU, BS areas were changed and the targets were redistributed to the territories of other states of potential enemies and rpkSN began to RIDE BY RAILS in the Bering Sea, Sea of ​​Okhotsk and the Sea of ​​Japan, so say, in their coastal seas in the zone of action of their forces and means providing them ...

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Kopeikin - commander rpksn K-500 (nicknamed K-Pollitra) pr. 667-B 21 DPN 4flpl, which was in 1984 year on the BS in the North Pacific.

In the Aleut, it was discovered by a US Navy submarine of the Los Angeles type, which used EW active sonar facilities that mimic the use of torpedoes at rpkSN. As a result, the commander of K-500, believing that it was actually used torpedoes, was forced to emerge in an emergency in a surface position and, as a consequence, the loss of secrecy rpkSN, they immediately found the BPA, which induced the PLA as a result of the failure of the BS.

I don’t know the particular details, only from the mouth of the crew members I met in 1991 in the Big Stone when I received K-530 from repair.

According to others, the Americans used TWO Los Angeles-class submarines.
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  1. sevtrash
    sevtrash 19 June 2013 10: 00 New
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    They wanted the best, but it turned out as always.
    1. chaushevski
      chaushevski 19 June 2013 10: 21 New
      +1
      By the way, they talked about CSS in Cuba, there still remains a huge plate when I saw it from the satellite
    2. VVAU
      VVAU 28 July 2019 23: 17 New
      +1
      Yes, everything is fine :-)
    3. wave
      wave 31 July 2019 12: 07 New
      +1
      Well, this is ours :-)
  2. govoruha-otrok
    govoruha-otrok 19 June 2013 10: 07 New
    +4
    I read with interest my colleague’s memories. By the way, in the described period of time, I was on the BS on pr. 667BDR, only in the North. I regret that I did not keep records, the memory is selective, but at that time this was not welcomed by counterintelligence comrades. Of course, the scoreboard with latitude and longitude was not glued to the gyro post, but still ... The note is written on professional slang and gives an idea of ​​the work of the navigator on these projects. At SSBN 2 and subsequent generations it was easier — there were UDDK, ADK, GAL-stick-rescue team, although they also managed to get large residuals. I remember the noise associated with the emergency submarine surfaced, the commander was criticized a lot, although he acted as required in that situation (who knew that this was an imitation of TA?) I would like to contact the author.http: //govoruha-otrok.livejournal. com /
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    2. Know-nothing
      19 June 2013 17: 14 New
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      To contact the author, register on the forum http://kvvmku.ru/forum/ and contact the UDV user http://www.kvvmku.ru/forum/profile.php?mode=viewprofile&u=1021
      1. govoruha-otrok
        govoruha-otrok 30 June 2013 18: 40 New
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        How did I not guess? this is my classmate)))
      2. wave
        wave 31 July 2019 12: 07 New
        +1
        Is it possible for everyone?
    3. VVAU
      VVAU 28 July 2019 23: 17 New
      +1
      Thanks for the link
  3. Mhpv
    Mhpv 19 June 2013 10: 26 New
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    It turns out that the Americans deliberately provoked our boats to collect information about the noise.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TczRlcZtFHM
    1. VVAU
      VVAU 28 July 2019 23: 18 New
      +1
      Something doesn't open
      1. wave
        wave 31 July 2019 12: 08 New
        +1
        Yes, there is no such video
  4. little man
    little man 19 June 2013 10: 41 New
    -1
    Interesting and sad
    1. wave
      wave 31 July 2019 12: 08 New
      +1
      Like everything else
  5. ded10041948
    ded10041948 19 June 2013 11: 19 New
    +2
    No words (censored)! And how much is hidden behind all kinds of doors and vultures? A missile ship that cannot be topographically attached! Clinical schizophrenia. There’s nothing to say about communication.
    Article and author ++++++++++. Providing Services - Tear Like a Tuzik Rag!
    1. VVAU
      VVAU 28 July 2019 23: 18 New
      +1
      Yes, everything happens :-)
  6. LM66
    LM66 19 June 2013 12: 54 New
    +3
    It is difficult to perceive for a non-professional, but the general meaning is clear))
    1. VVAU
      VVAU 28 July 2019 23: 19 New
      +1
      Wikipedia and forums to help
      1. wave
        wave 31 July 2019 12: 09 New
        +1
        Thanks for the clever advice :-)
  7. reserve
    reserve 19 June 2013 15: 25 New
    +2
    That's how we served.
    1. govoruha-otrok
      govoruha-otrok 19 June 2013 17: 55 New
      0
      where did you serve?
      1. reserve
        reserve 21 June 2013 22: 10 New
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        In 2 FLPL TOF.
        1. stjrm
          stjrm 30 June 2013 18: 01 New
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          Or rather, in the 8th division 2FPLPL TOF
    2. VVAU
      VVAU 28 July 2019 23: 19 New
      +1
      And what is wrong? Well served :-)
    3. wave
      wave 31 July 2019 12: 09 New
      +1
      Nakay work :-).
  8. old man54
    old man54 19 June 2013 16: 52 New
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    The article is very interesting, but written ... well, it’s very dry and very for professionals! :( I put a “+” of course, but I suppose that the author clearly went too far with the specific abbreviation! He wrote the article not only for colleges, but for everyone members of the forum? Then why did he pile it up? Another strong feeling of understatement, constraint. If you can’t describe all this, then you probably don’t have to stutter about it, but it turned out like: well, then it started, this ... but you can’t tell it , so this is the end! :))) In general, this article is very much in line with two others on underwater topics, which were not so long ago at VO. This article is "Underwater, darkness and silence" and "anti-submarine disability."
    http://topwar.ru/29563-protivolodochnaya-nedeesposobnost.html
    1. Misantrop
      Misantrop 19 June 2013 18: 11 New
      +4
      Quote: old man54
      this article is very in line with two others on underwater topics that were not so long ago at VO. This article is "Underwater, darkness and silence" and "anti-submarine disability."

      Yeah. And very clearly describes the situation then at the fleet. He went to sea - and ... hello, then you are a loner against an organized crowd. And only what you have on board will help you (and your ability to master it all). It is still sometimes remembered how they made a float for a towed antenna from improvised means (after breaking a regular one on an ice floe). And upon arrival at the base, the second war begins, already with its own headquarters. And you won’t say which one is easier ...
    2. VVAU
      VVAU 28 July 2019 23: 20 New
      +1
      Yes everything is correct (((
    3. wave
      wave 31 July 2019 12: 10 New
      +1
      Interesting article.
  9. stjrm
    stjrm 30 June 2013 17: 59 New
    0
    Yes, the guys from the 8th division had to ......
    We have our own problems in the 25th on the BDR .....
    Of course, the plus is
    1. VVAU
      VVAU 28 July 2019 23: 21 New
      +1
      Of course a plus ..
      1. wave
        wave 31 July 2019 12: 10 New
        +1
        Plus, thanks.
  10. mrblack8694
    mrblack8694 21 October 2013 13: 52 New
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    I served on a boat k-258 (1983-1986) and just participated in the described trip. I was a steam turbine sailor. The turbine commander was Cap Shadrin, the foreman - midshipman Zhidkov. I remember the navigator Eremenko. For the eyes we called him Yeryom)
    1. govoruha-otrok
      govoruha-otrok 21 October 2013 13: 56 New
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      my classmate Dima U. was the navigator :-)
      1. mrblack8694
        mrblack8694 21 October 2013 14: 40 New
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        If it’s no secret, what was the name of Dima U? Can I remember?
    2. VVAU
      VVAU 28 July 2019 23: 21 New
      +1
      So the whole crew will gather
    3. wave
      wave 31 July 2019 12: 11 New
      +1
      Good memory :-)..:-)
  11. govoruha-otrok
    govoruha-otrok 21 October 2013 14: 45 New
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    this story is on the accessible site of our school. Ulitin
    1. mrblack8694
      mrblack8694 21 October 2013 14: 50 New
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      govoruha-otrok thanks.
      Well then, immediately give the link to the available school website! :)
      1. wave
        wave 31 July 2019 12: 11 New
        +1
        Thank.........
  12. govoruha-otrok
    govoruha-otrok 21 October 2013 14: 57 New
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    the source is listed at the bottom of the note)))) www.kvvmku.ru/forum/viewtopic.php?t=1525
    1. VVAU
      VVAU 28 July 2019 23: 22 New
      +1
      Why doesn’t it open
      1. wave
        wave 31 July 2019 12: 12 New
        +1
        It opened normally for me.
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  15. George Dunaev
    George Dunaev 9 February 2014 13: 08 New
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    Commentary on the article by D. Ulitin on the combat service of the PKK SN K-258 in March-May 1985

    It was the hardest combat service of my 10 BS as a submarine commander. The service was difficult for the whole crew. 26 days in constant tension physically and psychologically. Almost all of this period of tracking the US Navy PLC, the crew was on alert. This was due to the movement at full speed, vigorous maneuvering, the use of its sonar countermeasures, and the unsatisfactory technical condition of the ship.
    The author of the article as a whole correctly described the course of events, the condition of the ship, and malfunctions. A special tension was created by the situation with the rudders - vertical and horizontal. The fact is that on this trip, an experimental non-combustible hydraulic fluid was flooded into the hydraulic system. However, during operation, its serious drawback was quickly revealed - a tendency to coking, leading to the failure of the hydraulic system valves. The ship was chased by constant spells, and for commissioning it took 2-4 hours with a clatter of a sledgehammer on the spools of hydraulic drives.
    The situation for the tracking period.
    - The Pacific Ocean in March - May is really quiet, calm or excitement 1-3 points;
    - the mobile area of ​​combat patrol is limited in size and did not allow maneuvering at full speed in any direction for any length of time;
    - A strong grouping of PLC US Navy. It consisted of 7-8 destroyers and frigates with towed GAS systems TAKTASS, Orion aircraft and multi-purpose submarines;
    - the American command declared the areas of operations of our ship and the PLC group as a training zone with the closure of international sea routes and sent all merchant ships bypassing, so we could not use them as our cover.
    The purpose of this operation is to displace our ship beyond the reach of our missiles. I note right away - the Americans did not achieve the goal. From the zone of shelling designated targets, we did not leave even once.
    I will not describe all alarms and malfunctions that have occurred, supplementing or clarifying the author. I note only a few episodes.
    1. VVAU
      VVAU 28 July 2019 23: 22 New
      +1
      Two times passed
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  17. George Dunaev
    George Dunaev 9 February 2014 13: 11 New
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    Commentary on the article by D. Ulitin on the combat service of the PKK SN K-258 in March-May 1985

    It was the hardest combat service of my 10 BS as a submarine commander. The service was difficult for the whole crew. 26 days in constant tension physically and psychologically. Almost all of this period of tracking the US Navy PLC, the crew was on alert. This was due to the movement at full speed, vigorous maneuvering, the use of its sonar countermeasures, and the unsatisfactory technical condition of the ship.
    The author of the article as a whole correctly described the course of events, the condition of the ship, and malfunctions. A special tension was created by the situation with the rudders - vertical and horizontal. The fact is that on this trip, an experimental non-combustible hydraulic fluid was flooded into the hydraulic system. However, during operation, its serious drawback was quickly revealed - a tendency to coking, leading to the failure of the hydraulic system valves. The ship was chased by constant spells, and for commissioning it took 2-4 hours with a clatter of a sledgehammer on the spools of hydraulic drives.
    The situation for the tracking period.
    - The Pacific Ocean in March - May is really quiet, calm or excitement 1-3 points;
    - the mobile area of ​​combat patrol is limited in size and did not allow maneuvering at full speed in any direction for any length of time;
    - A strong grouping of PLC US Navy. It consisted of 7-8 destroyers and frigates with towed GAS systems TAKTASS, Orion aircraft and multi-purpose submarines;
    - the American command declared the areas of operations of our ship and the PLC group as a training zone with the closure of international sea routes and sent all merchant ships bypassing, so we could not use them as our cover.
    The purpose of this operation is to displace our ship beyond the reach of our missiles. I note right away - the Americans did not achieve the goal. From the zone of shelling designated targets, we did not leave even once.
    I will not describe all alarms and malfunctions that have occurred, supplementing or clarifying the author. I note only a few episodes.
    1. VVAU
      VVAU 28 July 2019 23: 22 New
      +1
      First part twice
  18. George Dunaev
    George Dunaev 9 February 2014 13: 11 New
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    - the first use of the self-propelled jamming device MG-44, year of manufacture 1961. After releasing from the TA in the “submarine noise” mode, it worked for 8 minutes instead of the regular 30 and then it died like a tractor, not a submarine.
    - due to the lack of merchant ships, he decided to use a Neosho-type military transport for detachment, which arrived in the area for refueling ships and replenishing supplies, especially since it was equipped with a turbine power plant. When the ships started refueling, we secretly dived under it at a depth of 150 m, equalized the speed - 15 knots and went under it. Speed ​​allowed to be controlled by small aft horizontal rudders (IGC). And after about 4 hours, the rudders jammed once again for ascent. In order to avoid a ramming strike, they turned to the side, gained control at a depth of 60 m, reduced the speed to 4 knots, and for about 4 hours they rattled the spools with a sledgehammer, wedging the rudders and at the same time notifying their entire 7th US fleet about their location. Transport with ships at the gas station safely ear, and after another 4-5 hours, the Americans and we regained contact with each other.
    - broke away from tracking on the 26th or 28th day, I don’t remember exactly. The situation at separation: the area south of the Avacha ridge. They took the Japanese weather report: a storm is approaching 7-8 points from the north-west. Surfaced under the periscope, clarified the meteorological situation, it corresponded to the forecast. The destroyers plotted on the map, plunged and fired the second submarine simulator in the “noise” mode, the year of release - 1983. It worked perfectly, 28 minutes, submarine noise, program maneuver. The frigate and destroyer immediately followed him.
    We lay down on the course against the wave, set off 24 knots and fled while the border of the moving combat patrol area allowed. The storm broke out in earnest, the wave height of 6-9 meters, and lasted a week. So it came off.
    Ships and planes searched for us for another week. We knew this from the data of our shipborne reconnaissance - the OCHNAZ group, to which I express my deep appreciation and respect for providing me with data on the activities of ships and aircraft for analyzing and assessing the situation when making and making decisions.
    In addition to my words about who it’s easier to fight with, with the Americans or with your headquarters, I’ll give the words of the old-timer, Vladimir Tumanov, which he said two weeks after starting tracking us: - Comrade Commander, we’ll do the last at the ascent point in Avacha Bay entry in the logbook: "Surfaced to the surface in the escort of American ships." But this still did not happen.
    I still feel deep gratitude to the sailors, midshipmen and officers of our crew for their courage and stamina. There were no manifestations of panic, dejection, insecurity. Further analysis of the campaign, carried out already on the shore, made it possible to draw very important conclusions. But this is a topic for another article.
  19. govoruha-otrok
    govoruha-otrok 10 February 2014 08: 25 New
    +1
    Health to you, Comrade Commander!
    1. VVAU
      VVAU 28 July 2019 23: 23 New
      +1
      I am joining. Health to you :-)
      1. wave
        wave 31 July 2019 12: 13 New
        +1
        Yes, good luck and health
  20. romel
    romel 23 February 2015 22: 25 New
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    All happy holiday Defender of the Fatherland Day! Special congratulations to the commander of the ship, Dunaev Georgy Ivanovich, whom he was familiar with as a cadet in B. Kamen and all his subsequent service in Kamchatka in Rybachy on K-258 in 8 submarines in the position of SGAK. The events that D. Ulitin wrote about are well known to me. It was my fifth autonomy as part of this crew. At sea, our sonar group was part of the seconded commander of the G / A group, which had the first autonomous autonomy, SGAK (that is, me) and four sailors, one of whom replaced the G / A technique because he had a clue what a diode was and could distinguish resistance from the transistor. He commanded our group Nach. RTS Yatsevich Mikhail. Around the tenth day of our trek, strange sounds were discovered that resembled the whales roar. These sounds with regular frequency were heard for 5-7 days. After that, against the background of these sounds, a weak turbine noise appeared. The G / A ability of the Kerch complex, which were on the submarine 667A of the project, did not allow to determine the belonging of the noise. I will not describe all the details, but after the locator began to work on our submarine, our G / A group was switched to readiness No. 1. About 6 people were constantly in the small acoustics cabin. I had to sleep directly in the wheelhouse. After the submarine made its maximum move, the hatch on our nose fairing G / A tore off the hatch. After immersion to the maximum depth, the second path of the ranging antenna was out of order. The Silence mode announced on the ship did not produce any effect ... It seems to me that our ship was booming throughout the entire North Pacific. All our actions with a frequency of 15 seconds were documented in a logbook. Upon arrival at the base, while many were resting after the hike, we, in full force, under the leadership of the NRTS Yatsevich, rewrote the logbook in triplicate for 7 days ... This hike was remembered by many for life.
    1. VVAU
      VVAU 6 July 2019 19: 56 New
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      Thanks for the congratulation.
  21. wave
    wave 17 July 2019 11: 20 New
    +2
    Thank you, I learned a lot.
    I hope everything is fixed now
    1. VVAU
      VVAU 28 July 2019 23: 24 New
      +1
      Yes, probably fixed
  22. foreman 1 articles
    foreman 1 articles 3 January 2020 19: 03 New
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    I remember that story very well. I just served the term in the headquarters of the division and I remember both the Moscow commission and the hustle and bustle of the headquarters and the concerns of the commander Lapshin, the chief of Krygin and the chief of staff (in my opinion, Kudryashov was already then, Rogunov seemed to have gone to another division). Well, George Ivanovich Dunaev naturally more often than other submarine commanders saw at headquarters