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"Borey" number six will receive the name "Prince Suvorov"

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The sixth fourth-generation submarine missile cruiser (project 955-A, cipher Borey-A), which will be laid down at the Sevmash shipyard in Severodvinsk in December, will be given the name Prince Suvorov, the newspaper reports MIC with reference to the press service of the plant.

"Borey" number six will receive the name "Prince Suvorov"


Soon, Sevmash will hand over to the Navy the third cruiser Vladimir Monomakh. “He successfully and on time completed all stages of factory, state tests,” the press service said. - In December, the acceptance certificate of the transfer of the ship to the Navy will be signed the fleet».

"Other submarines of this project (" Prince Vladimir "and" Prince Oleg ") are undergoing the slipway period," the report says.

The Borei submarines, armed with the Bulava ballistic missiles, will become the backbone of Russia's naval nuclear forces for the coming decades. A total of 2020 "Boreev" will be built before 8. Three of them (955 project) will carry 16 MBRs and 5 (955-A project) - 20 MBRs.

Help "MIC": "The head missile carrier project 955" Borey "- Yuri Dolgoruky", as well as the first serial ship - Alexander Nevsky, built on the "Sevmash", were transferred to the Russian Navy at the beginning and end of 2013, respectively. The third submarine "Vladimir Monomakh" will be handed over to the fleet in December of this year. On the stocks, enterprises are being built according to the improved design of 955A of the submarine "Prince Vladimir" and "Prince Oleg" laid down in 2012 and 2014. "
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  1. Giant thought
    Giant thought 22 October 2014 09: 30
    +25
    Good news again, the positive trend among our shipbuilders continues.
    1. vaaaaadik
      vaaaaadik 22 October 2014 09: 45
      +5
      not even again) but again and again) with such news, you tune in to positive
      1. kodxnumx
        kodxnumx 22 October 2014 10: 09
        +3
        One thing can be said, all this is very pleasing!
        1. Russian
          Russian 22 October 2014 14: 08
          0
          Is information checked before publication? I’ve read many times that the 955a project differs from 955 in less noise, noticeability and better survivability, but not in the number of ICBMs!
          I will give even links:
          http://ria.ru/defense_safety/20130220/923813018.html
          http://russian.people.com.cn/31519/8137652.html
          1. Boa kaa
            Boa kaa 22 October 2014 17: 35
            +1
            Quote: р_у_с_с_к_и_й
            The 955 project from 955 is less noisy, noticeable and better survivable, but not by the number of ICBMs !!

            This message of the year 2 already, probably!
            - 2013 February 17-20 - in a series of publications in the media and in an interview with television, the first deputy general director of PO "Sevmash" Sergei Marichev, it is reported that for 2013 the plant has the following plans for testing SSBNs:
            - "Prince Vladimir" (project "Borey-A") - in 2013 it is planned to complete the assembly of the ship's solid hull with hydraulic tests of the solid hull. The ship is distinguished by the use of equipment made on a new element base, while maintaining unchanged weapons systems. A media source in the military-industrial complex reports that the number of missiles on SSBN pr.955A will remain the same.
            Then Shoigu repeated it ... But the editors of the site do not have a sailor, so the inaccuracy already appears twice in VO articles.
            Sincerely.
    2. 222222
      222222 22 October 2014 10: 54
      +6
      "By the imperial decree of August 8 (19), 1799, Field Marshal, Count Alexander Vasilyevich Suvorov-Rymniksky, was elevated, with his descending descendants, into the princely Russian Empire with the title of Prince of Italy and commanded him to be called henceforth the Prince of Italy Count Suvorov-Rymniksky."
      1. aleks
        aleks 22 October 2014 13: 03
        0
        Is it really necessary to have "princes" in the navy, haven't they found no less loud names with a naval history?
        1. Boa kaa
          Boa kaa 22 October 2014 16: 15
          +1
          Quote: aleks
          Is it really necessary to have "princes" in the navy, haven't they found no less loud names with a naval history?

          WELL WHAT YOU, RIGHT! Of course there is. For example, the patron saint of the Russian army of the naval Admiral F.F. Ushakov. But the name is already taken! On November 22, 2011 in Kaliningrad, the Arktikmorgeo company launched a unique multipurpose engineering and technical vessel Fyodor Ushakov. (Before that, there were EM 956pr, TARKR, etc.).
          The great Russian naval commander F.F. Ushakov, just like A.V. Suvorov, who did not lose a single naval battle. And about the brilliant victory and the capture of. Corfu the great Field Marshal A.V. Suvorov wrote:
          "Hurray! To the Russian fleet! .. Now I say to myself: Why was I not near Corfu, even a midshipman!"
          This moment is beautifully played in the movie "Ships storm the bastions".
          A.V. Suvorov was canonized by the Russian Orthodox Church, and the cruiser pr. 68bis was named after him. Now this name will be worn by rpkSN - and rightly so! I think that the "strategist" will not disgrace this great name.
          IMHO.
          1. Gans1234
            Gans1234 22 October 2014 23: 29
            0
            In my opinion, the name of Ushakov should be borne by a "serious" battleship of the 1st rank, and not an engineering ship
  2. andrei332809
    andrei332809 22 October 2014 09: 31
    +2
    well done --_ ----------- _
  3. Ruslan
    Ruslan 22 October 2014 09: 33
    +21
    monomakh, nevsky, long-armed ... do not hesitate to continue the chain - Ivan the Terrible, Joseph Stalin. the two most forgotten rulers. although it’s clear that they have been banned from the beginning of liberal times. but nevertheless they did a lot! and earned thanks. I'm waiting ...
    1. dimdimich71
      dimdimich71 22 October 2014 09: 37
      +12
      Vote next- "STALIN"
      1. Wiruz
        Wiruz 22 October 2014 09: 41
        +24
        Vote next- "STALIN"

        So we’ll call an aircraft carrier laughing
        1. Dimy4
          Dimy4 22 October 2014 09: 45
          +14
          All liberalism on loose stools will come out, if you call it that.
          1. Bassoon
            Bassoon 22 October 2014 10: 14
            +8
            She already left the chair when the Dzerzhinsky was returned to its former name. Further only constipation.
      2. Bassoon
        Bassoon 22 October 2014 09: 47
        +1
        Ivan groznyj. After Stalin, naturally.
      3. Lord of the Sith
        Lord of the Sith 22 October 2014 11: 35
        +5
        Quote: dimdimich71
        Vote next- "STALIN"

        I am against, the boats are powerful, but still go under water. But Stalin's comrade was open and direct, so to speak, and visible to everyone. I think the Broadcasting Company (heavy missile cruiser) some sort with his name to lay.
      4. Velesovich
        Velesovich 22 October 2014 15: 01
        0
        Quote: dimdimich71
        Vote next- "STALIN"

        Borei - "princely" series. The name of Stalin, as already written above, would be great to assign to the new nuclear aircraft carrier.
    2. Vladimirets
      Vladimirets 22 October 2014 09: 46
      +8
      Quote: ruslan
      continue the chain - Ivan the Terrible, Joseph Stalin. the two most forgotten rulers.

      Following, logically, should be Prince Kutuzov.
      1. Ruslan
        Ruslan 22 October 2014 09: 59
        +11
        I did not mean a temporary chain. and deservedly. Suvorov is undoubtedly the pride of Russia, but a formidable one, for example, stopped the orgy of the Russian slave trade in Asia. on world wounds of slaves, even a crisis happened from a shortage of goods! but under his father Ivan 3 and at the beginning of his reign, up to 50 thousand people a year were driven into slavery !!! Really Ivan the Terrible did not deserve the ship in his honor from the descendants? I won’t write about Stalin anymore, for just one educational program, you can say no weak thanks!
        1. KBR109
          KBR109 22 October 2014 10: 33
          +1
          Your story goes somehow parallel. How did Ivan 3 the Great suddenly become the father of Ivan 4 the Terrible if he is his grandfather? Father - Vasily 3. Next. Ivan the Terrible accomplished a lot of useful things for RUSSIA, yes, but after it the country rushed to the peak, which resulted in a long-term bloody turmoil. Bad associations, do not call it that. Word and thought have material power ...
          1. Ruslan
            Ruslan 22 October 2014 10: 55
            +1
            absolutely true you specified. wrong. Basil 3.
            about superstitions. if you worry much about this, many names will need to be abandoned. each historical person can dig up flaws. So Suvorov, was very sickly and frail. poor association. fear now call the ship so?
            so you can dig into any name =)
            therefore, I do not agree here.
            1. Albert1988
              Albert1988 22 October 2014 12: 10
              +2
              In fairness, it should be noted that Ivan IV the Terrible was undeservedly "forgotten" even under the Romanovs - if, for example, the names of some Rurikovichs (and Rurik himself as well) were called which ships, then the name of Grozny - not a single one ... ...
        2. Boa kaa
          Boa kaa 22 October 2014 17: 44
          +2
          Quote: ruslan
          Really Ivan the Terrible did not deserve the ship in his honor from the descendants?

          Why not! Until recently there was RRC "GROZNY" pr 58. Before him there was a destroyer and canal boat. I think the tradition will continue. It would be something to call!
      2. Andrey Yuryevich
        Andrey Yuryevich 22 October 2014 12: 55
        +3
        Quote: Vladimirets
        Quote: ruslan
        continue the chain - Ivan the Terrible, Joseph Stalin. the two most forgotten rulers.

        Following, logically, should be Prince Kutuzov.

        and if you call "Bagration"? will the Georgians go crazy? wassat
        1. Proud.
          Proud. 22 October 2014 21: 08
          0
          Quote: Andrey Yurievich
          and if you call "Bagration"? will the Georgians go crazy?

          Alas and Ah ... The name is already taken by the Dagestanis. Kizlyar cognac factory laughing
    3. Moore
      Moore 22 October 2014 10: 17
      +1
      Why forgotten something? Hated by any shushera - yes. But even a shusher cannot forget them.
    4. Varyag_1973
      Varyag_1973 22 October 2014 10: 35
      +2
      For Ruslan. In this series, Peter the Great and Catherine the Great are missing! And by the way, His Grace Prince Potyomkin-Tavriches has been undeservedly forgotten, he may be an ordinary commander, but the statesman is outstanding!
      1. Viktor Kudinov
        Viktor Kudinov 22 October 2014 11: 51
        0
        Guys, maybe the next to call Yuri Andropov. This was a special hope of the country.
    5. arnar114
      arnar114 22 October 2014 19: 12
      -1
      The desire of the "new Russians" to refer to the times of tsarist Russia in the naming of ships does not impress me. "Whatever you call a ship, so it will float" is an old maritime omen. The destinies of the "sisterships" are always different, but if from the very beginning it will be so in life. The names of the Boreyevs echo the names of the ships of the 2nd Pacific Squadron who died at Tsushima .... I don't particularly support patriotic sentiments. I think that even though the ships are new, they are saturated with the equipment that is still available in warehouses, manufactured in Soviet times (60-70% of the volume). "Boreas" were developed in the 80s, for the equipment that existed at that time, which means that this equipment at that time (mostly) had already been mastered by the industry, and this is at least 5 years. This means that the technical assignment for its design was issued 5-10 years earlier. So this is a "Zhiguli" in a new building ... Although unfinished "leopards" were partially used for the construction of the building of the first "Boreis". "I blinded you out of what was!" "Borey" -Rubinovskaya boat, "Bars" -Malakhitovskaya boat. It turns out that the "Zhigul" is related to the "Muscovite" - craftsmen HOWEVER !!!!
  4. Kibalchish
    Kibalchish 22 October 2014 09: 33
    -22
    What did they think when they chose the name ?!
    1. Boris55
      Boris55 22 October 2014 09: 39
      +10
      Quote: Kibalchish
      What did they think when they chose the name ?!

      What are you thinking about Suvorov? About Prince Suvorov or about the one who under the nickname "Suvorov" carries the surname Lizun?
      1. Kibalchish
        Kibalchish 22 October 2014 09: 46
        -11
        "Prince Suvorov" was already there. Killed at Tsushima, the flagship, in my opinion. The name is unfortunate.
        1. Vladimirets
          Vladimirets 22 October 2014 09: 59
          +9
          Quote: Kibalchish
          He died under Tsushima, the flagship, in my opinion. The name is unfortunate.

          In fact, the armored cruisers Vladimir Monomakh and Dmitry Donskoy also died there. wink
        2. FREGATENKAPITAN
          FREGATENKAPITAN 22 October 2014 10: 01
          +7
          The point is not that the ship was killed or not ...... If the ship was killed while keeping the flag in custody ...... this is a reason to be proud of it. And his name will worthily be carried by an underwater cruiser ................ We already passed when entire squadrons of submarines were called ... Smolensky, Kalininsky, Voronezh, etc. according to the list of cities - Komsomolets!
          1. Andrey Yuryevich
            Andrey Yuryevich 22 October 2014 12: 59
            +3
            Quote: FREGATENKAPITAN
            It's not that the ship died or not ......
            exactly! +! it’s one thing to get a bullet in the back, and another thing in the chest. To bend with dignity is to know what it was worth living for.
          2. Monge
            Monge 22 October 2014 16: 31
            0
            .We already passed when whole squadrons of submarines were called ... Smolensky, Kalininsky, Voronezh, etc. according to the list of cities - Komsomolets!
            Somehow this series of names sounds sad. The submarine "Komsomolets", which died in 1989, completes the list.
        3. Varyag_1973
          Varyag_1973 22 October 2014 10: 38
          +1
          For Kibalchish. "Varyag" seemed to have died the same, but the death of death is different! So there is no need for such comparisons!
      2. Monge
        Monge 22 October 2014 10: 17
        +5
        "Prince Suvorov" was already there. Killed at Tsushima, the flagship, in my opinion. The name is unfortunate.
        "Varyag" always exists in the fleet. There were many beautiful names in the Russian fleet "Sinop", "Borodino", "Eagle", "Andrew the First-Called"
    2. 70BSN
      70BSN 22 October 2014 09: 40
      +5
      Excellent memorable names of great people who are very remembered for their exploits !!! good What do you dislike? And what would you advise ???
      1. Dezinto
        Dezinto 22 October 2014 09: 46
        +10
        He apparently about the battleship who died in the battle of Tsushima.

        So I do not understand, and now what? The ship died heroically while fighting for its country!

        А the name of the great commander is the name of the great commander!
        Too superstitious victory is not seen.
        1. Kibalchish
          Kibalchish 22 October 2014 09: 49
          -9
          Yes, I'm superstitious. That is why the name did not like.
          1. Dezinto
            Dezinto 22 October 2014 09: 57
            +7
            I understand. And superstition is not a vice unconditionally.

            But here you are now, and then a bottle of champagne will not break about it! Damn, I remember this dialogue, and also sovereign. hi

            In general, we will not exaggerate the meaning of the name.
            Let him go and threaten the adversaries until we build a new one in the port of Norfolk. soldier yes
            1. pahom54
              pahom54 22 October 2014 12: 28
              +1
              Quote: DEZINTO
              until we build a new one in the port of Norfolk


              Yes, you have super-imperial manners! Bravo, fully support!
          2. Per se.
            Per se. 22 October 2014 11: 10
            +3
            Quote: Kibalchish
            Yes, I'm superstitious. That is why the name did not like.
            "Prince Suvorov" is a good name, do not worry, but, here, with the name of the cruiser "Admiral Nakhimov", indeed, it is not easy at heart (and here superstitions have soil). It would be better if Kalinin was renamed Rurik instead of Admiral Nakhimov. The armored cruiser "Rurik" essentially repeated the feat of the "Varyag", "Rurik" - an undeservedly forgotten name in our fleet.
            1. region46
              region46 22 October 2014 11: 27
              +1
              sorry that Kursk will never be part of the fleet
            2. KBR109
              KBR109 22 October 2014 11: 31
              +3
              You're right. Four Nakhimovs died. And again, the repair of a heavy RK with this name is heard. Maybe Allah will be enough for me ... to pull ?! Mercury. Memory of Mercury. Captain Kazarsky.
              1. Vladimirets
                Vladimirets 22 October 2014 12: 02
                +1
                Quote: KBR109
                Mercury. Memory of Mercury. Captain Kazarsky.

                The feat of "Mercury" is generally one of the most glorious stories of our fleet.
              2. Boa kaa
                Boa kaa 22 October 2014 18: 04
                +3
                Quote: KBR109
                Mercury. Memory of Mercury. Captain Kazarsky.

                CURRENTLY AS AN EXAMPLE! -- that says it all
  5. Wedmak
    Wedmak 22 October 2014 09: 34
    +2
    Have you been discussing the first exit of the lead ship for a long time, eh? Bravo shipbuilders, the series was built quite quickly. You see, soon the new cruisers will be put on the slipway.
    1. Wiruz
      Wiruz 22 October 2014 09: 40
      +2
      Next year they promise to lay 2 Borea and 3 Ash good
  6. avt
    avt 22 October 2014 09: 36
    +11
    I want more ! So that there was "Citizen Minin" and "Prince Pozharsky"!
    1. saag
      saag 22 October 2014 09: 44
      -8
      Quote: avt
      So that there was "Citizen Minin"

      And also "a former prince, and now a toiler of the East, a citizen of Gigienishvili" (C)
  7. saag
    saag 22 October 2014 09: 37
    +1
    Where is Prince Potemkin-Tauride? :-)
  8. VohaAhov
    VohaAhov 22 October 2014 09: 39
    +1
    But Suvorov was a count. Generalissimo Count Suvorov-Rymninsky.
    1. Vladimirets
      Vladimirets 22 October 2014 09: 49
      +5
      Quote: VohaAhov
      But Suvorov was a count.

      In fact, in 1799 he became Prince of Italy. wink
    2. Zeus
      Zeus 22 October 2014 09: 49
      +5
      In July 1799, the fortresses of Alesandria and Mantua fell. After the fall of the last letter of the Sardinian king Karl-Emanuel, on June 28, 1799, field marshal and commander in chief of the Allied Austro-Russian army, Count Alexander Vasilievich Suvorov-Rymniksky was elevated, by birthright, to the dignity of the prince, royal relative and grand kingdom of the Sardinian kingdom and made great Marshal of Piedmont.
      1. saag
        saag 22 October 2014 10: 20
        +1
        just about, and his titles sound like this - Count Alexander Vasilievich Suvorov, Prince of Italy, etc., that is, in Italy he is a prince, but in Russia he is a count
        1. Vladimirets
          Vladimirets 22 October 2014 10: 43
          +1
          Quote: saag
          Count Alexander Vasilievich Suvorov, Prince of Italy, etc., that is, in Italy he is a prince, and in Russia, the count

          "The highest rescript of Paul I of August 2 (13), 1799 allowed him to accept the aforementioned titles and use them in Russia."
        2. KBR109
          KBR109 22 October 2014 10: 48
          +1
          You're not right. Suvorov was granted by Emperor Paul 1 the title of Prince of the Russian Empire with the title ITALIAN. Count Suvorov-Ramnik Prince of Italy.
  9. Wiruz
    Wiruz 22 October 2014 09: 39
    0
    Why not Prince Yaropolk? Oleg is, Vladimir is, there is no Yaropolk. Better then Alexander Suvorov hi
  10. gispanec
    gispanec 22 October 2014 09: 40
    +1
    if 955A will be built as quickly as 955, then honor and praise .... by the way, but what about the second ash tree? to what degree of readiness is he ??? .... if anyone has reliable info .... please share))
    1. Boa kaa
      Boa kaa 22 October 2014 18: 11
      +1
      Quote: gispanec
      if 955s are built as fast as 955,

      It is connected with this decision not to increase the number of silos, so as not to waste time replacing the rigging, slipway and others.
  11. Ober.K
    Ober.K 22 October 2014 09: 40
    0
    As Peter the Great said, if there are boats near the village on the river, then a power like Russia, washed by seas and oceans, must have its own mighty fleet !!! According to modern requirements, the submarine fleet is absolutely necessary !!! Only a mighty army and navy, the power of which stands like "three whales" on powerful supports: modern science and economics, a wise and far-sighted state policy and national pride of the Great Russians !!!
    That's all!!! Peace to our home - PLANET EARTH !!! hi
  12. Wiruz
    Wiruz 22 October 2014 09: 42
    +4
    Pah-pah-pah. Well boreas are built. Continue in the same soul, a series of 8 is not limited to good
  13. Bassoon
    Bassoon 22 October 2014 09: 42
    0
    By the way, I am still surprised by the fact that the valiant ukropressa did not say that the "terrorists" are using Borei) It would be an ideal title. For example: Terrorists broke through the defense of Mariupol, fired at the positions of the Armed Forces of Ukraine with sixteen cruise ballistic missiles. There are no losses among the Ukrainian Armed Forces.
  14. Wiruz
    Wiruz 22 October 2014 09: 43
    +1
    In total, 2020 Boreevs will be built before 8.

    But at first they planned 8 until 2018. Again, the deadlines have moved what
  15. 3vs
    3vs 22 October 2014 09: 45
    +2
    Or maybe Generalissimo Suvorov ?!
    It sounds!
    1. Flinky
      Flinky 22 October 2014 10: 13
      -4
      Better "Field Marshal Suvorov".
      1. KBR109
        KBR109 22 October 2014 10: 55
        +2
        Was it you who demoted him from the generalissimo? What if not a secret?
    2. Moore
      Moore 22 October 2014 10: 37
      +1
      Somehow it happened from time immemorial that the title of nobility was somewhat "more creative" than the military rank.
      For example, the battleship was called "Prince Potemkin Tavrichesky", although Grigory Alexandrovich had a fairly high military rank "lieutenant general".
      And the young midshipman, having the appropriate title, was called nothing more than a baron. Satraps, what can you take from them ... smile
      1. KBR109
        KBR109 22 October 2014 11: 12
        0
        February 2, 1784 granted by the President of the Military College and the rank of General - Field Marshal of Russia. This is about Potemkin.
  16. Siberia 9444
    Siberia 9444 22 October 2014 09: 50
    0
    Great news, great submarine and named after the Great Commander. good drinks
    1. Andrey Yuryevich
      Andrey Yuryevich 22 October 2014 13: 51
      +1
      Quote: Siberia 9444
      Great news, great submarine and named after the Great Commander. good drinks

      at least one adequately reacted, otherwise they almost got into a fight over the name! hot Russian Mlyn guys! : drinks :
  17. andruha70
    andruha70 22 October 2014 09: 55
    0
    Fourth Generation Sixth Missile Submarine Cruiser
    Soon, Sevmash will hand over to the Navy the third cruiser Vladimir Monomakh.
    I am, of course, the "teapot" in the question of submarines what but according to the article - I did not understand. so there are three of them? or is it still six? what
  18. Abbra
    Abbra 22 October 2014 09: 59
    0
    Keep it up shipbuilders!
  19. morpogr
    morpogr 22 October 2014 10: 02
    0
    Great name for a decent ship! And so that the number of dives is equal to the number of floats.
  20. A1L9E4K9S
    A1L9E4K9S 22 October 2014 10: 03
    +1
    It will still be, the names of Kutuzov, Dmitry Donskoy, Ivan the Terrible, Stalin and many more people whose names are firmly soldered into the history of Russia, who worked tirelessly and not sparing their lives for the good of Russia, will be immortalized. I believe in this.
  21. Flinky
    Flinky 22 October 2014 10: 13
    +1
    Northwind is great. But the name is complete shit. It was not princes who won wars, but generals. And Alexander Vasilyevich himself always preferred a military rank.
    1. tlauicol
      tlauicol 22 October 2014 10: 21
      +6
      totally agree - just "Suvorov"!

      Suvorov Derzhavin:

      - What epitaph are you writing to me?

      - many words are not needed: "Suvorov lies here"

      - God have mercy, - how good ..
    2. Vladimirets
      Vladimirets 22 October 2014 19: 04
      0
      Quote: Flinky
      But the name is complete shit. Not the princes won the war, but the generals. And Alexander Vasilyevich himself always preferred a military rank.

      Well, there are simply certain rules for naming sisterships. You could just call it Suvorov, but then the whole line had to be called Kutuzov, Barclay de Tolly, Bagration, etc., without titles and titles. Everyone understands. But to name after the "princely" boats, the next one - just Suvorov is not quite euphonious, but clumsy with the title. It was possible, I think, for the remaining three boats and other names of the ancient princes to remember, Rurik, at least, Yaroslav the Wise, Andrey Bogolyubsky.
  22. tlauicol
    tlauicol 22 October 2014 10: 13
    +2
    now all attention to the Mace! and then they build boats, but they don’t go on combat duty

    P.S. return the firing article! at least in the military-industrial complex!
  23. Severomor
    Severomor 22 October 2014 10: 14
    +2
    I wonder why "Prince" and not "Generalissimo"?

    Threat Generalissimo Joseph Stalin - a worthy name for the ship. With this is still weak.
    From the category "... what would you call a yacht" - strong, powerful, submerged and always a winner.
    And it is also 100% guaranteed: trolling of the entire liberal world, howling in the world press, yapping of neighboring countries of limitrophs.
  24. tolmachiev51
    tolmachiev51 22 October 2014 10: 29
    +1
    And the question? why did France give such money for the Mistral? We are able and very well able to do everything ourselves !!!! And the name? - Lenin and Stalin can be, this is OUR story and we must respect it !!! and not to fail, like our liberals, therefore, there is no respect for us in the world.
  25. kolobok63
    kolobok63 22 October 2014 10: 35
    0
    I think there are few statements about the construction and commissioning of new submarines, show them in full glory in the Atlantic and the Pacific Ocean! Yes, show so that the hairs on the pope stand on end! Here it is SUCCESS !!! hi
    1. gridasov
      gridasov 22 October 2014 11: 10
      -1
      This is generally called -PONTS, so to speak. Say the hairs stand up! And many do not think that the tactics of the Americans are being repeated. The arms race is forcing huge funds to be diverted to weapons that have a useful life. Another thing is the latest and most promising technologies. So after all, everything is not the same. In my opinion Russia is again stepping on the "old rake".
    2. hoard
      hoard 22 October 2014 17: 01
      +2
      Quote: kolobok63
      Here it is SUCCESS !!!

      The best "show" for a sub is when it can only be seen at the exit / entrance to the base)))
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    4. Boa kaa
      Boa kaa 22 October 2014 18: 35
      +2
      Quote: kolobok63
      I think there are few statements about the construction and commissioning of new submarines, to show them in full glory in the Atlantic and the Pacific Ocean!

      It's like a UNDERWATER STRATEG !!!! do you want to show ??? in the Atlantic and the Pacific Ocean ... Above that, perhaps, to glance with a tude-syud !?
      No, the subfloor will not agree! Our main thing is HIDDEN !!! If there was a cap-invisibility-inaudible-non-name and removing the curvature of the Earth's magnetic field - that would be a royal gift! And so - pampering one!
      Quote: kolobok63
      Yes, show so that the hairs on the pope stood on end!
      It’s only "Ash" to float abeam Norfolk (the width of the waters is only 3 miles!) To raise the St. then it will be possible to say for sure:
      Here it is SUCCESS !!!

      And the success of the "strategist" lies in the fact that he silently left, silently came, AND NOBODY (except the General Staff of the RF Armed Forces) KNOWS: WHERE WAS? WHAT DID YOU DO?
      Yours! hi
  26. avt
    avt 22 October 2014 10: 37
    +2
    Quote: saag
    , citizen of Gigienishvili "

    Well, let's say Minin was a Citizen under the tsar, but I would not refuse from the aircraft carrier Timur Apakidze! Well, Prince Bagration "to him and" Suvorov "to boot, respectively, they are without" Kutuzov "well.
  27. KBR109
    KBR109 22 October 2014 11: 07
    +1
    With all due respect to this pilot, his name is not on a par with the names of Stalin Suvorov Kutuzov Potemkin Rokossovsky Vasilevsky
  28. Anchonsha
    Anchonsha 22 October 2014 11: 12
    0
    It would be faster to rearm our fleet and army, so that the West does not even stutter to affect us, and then take up the economy. If only there were smart PEOPLE at the helm of Russia and it would rise from nonexistence. VIVAT RUSSIA !!!
  29. McLuha-MacLeod
    McLuha-MacLeod 22 October 2014 11: 38
    +1
    We still have many great NAMES.
  30. Ural resident
    Ural resident 22 October 2014 12: 30
    +1
    Yes, the headlines would have sounded funny: "Today the Heavy Nuclear Aircraft Carrier Joseph Stalin went to the Mediterranean)
  31. Funnels
    Funnels 22 October 2014 12: 46
    +3
    In our history there are so many glorious shipbuilders to build and build.
  32. silver_roman
    silver_roman 22 October 2014 12: 48
    0
    I don’t understand: they write that on the 955-A modification there will be the same 16 ICBMs. now they write about 20. where is the truth? request
    1. Funnels
      Funnels 22 October 2014 17: 19
      +3
      On 955-16, and on 955А-20
      1. Boa kaa
        Boa kaa 22 October 2014 19: 02
        +1
        Quote: Funnels
        On 955-16, and on 955А-20

        Back in 2013, it was announced that the number of mines would remain unchanged - 16. This is a general tendency to reduce the number of silos. On SSN-X, Americans plan --16 silos, the British in general - 12! This amount is optimal in size, cost, performance characteristics of the carrier.
        Sincerely.
  33. vic.danilow2014
    vic.danilow2014 22 October 2014 12: 54
    0
    I think the name of the missile carrier "Generalissimo SUVOROV" would have looked more impressive. GLORY OF THE RUSSIAN NAVY !!!!!!!
  34. BFG9000
    BFG9000 22 October 2014 13: 43
    0
    Good project, nice name! Good news.
    Hurry would replace all the old 667s
  35. Vasily
    Vasily 24 October 2014 03: 59
    0
    Number 6 is a symbol of harmony, it seems in the east. Good number overall. smile