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The military town built on Cape Schmidt will be settled in November

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A military town built on Cape Schmidt will be settled in November, reports Rossiyskaya Gazeta with reference to the commander of the Eastern Military District Sergey Surovikin.

The military town built on Cape Schmidt will be settled in November


“The development of military infrastructure in the Russian Arctic is the most important state task. On October 1, units of the Eastern Military District took up pilot combat air defense duty on Wrangel Island and Cape Otto Schmidt. Calculations of radar stations delivered to the Arctic zone by Pacific ships fleet and the courts of contracting organizations, they control airspace, ”the commander said today at a meeting of the Military Council in Vladivostok.

According to him, "work continues on the Arctic coast to ensure the most comfortable conditions for service and living for servicemen there."

In September, the 34 autonomous modular military campus was transported to Cape Schmidt and Wrangel Island. In each of them there are residential, economic and administrative blocks. Living quarters are equipped with furniture, audio-video equipment, and Internet access. In the economic block there is a medical equipment, household rooms, with washing machines installed in them, a sauna and a gym.

The complex is going to be in the form of a star; thanks to the internal transitions, it is possible to get to any of its points without leaving it.

“Just recently, a residential unit on Wrangel Island was commissioned and the remaining modules are being assembled, and in November we plan to settle the town on Cape Otto Schmidt,” said Surovikin.

He also noted that several military chapels were erected in the Arctic, which can be visited not only by military personnel, but also by local residents.
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  1. Abbra
    Abbra 31 October 2014 09: 50
    +9
    We inhabit the Arctic ... Recently I re-read Konetsky. I am very glad that they began to take out the garbage. If only he would not be dumped on the mainland, but immediately to be remelted.
    1. 1812 1945
      1812 1945 31 October 2014 10: 21
      +4
      Very good news! An application for the possession of the shelf is good, but deeds are also needed to make it clear to the "curious" too much - who is the boss in the Russian North!
    2. Giant thought
      Giant thought 31 October 2014 10: 26
      +6
      The development of the Arctic is now being carried out thoroughly, creating comfortable conditions for personnel is wonderful.
      1. JonnyT
        JonnyT 31 October 2014 10: 45
        +6
        Of course. Only the Pobeda field in the Kara Sea contains more oil than Saudi Arabia !!!! Highest quality. Such a rich region simply needs to be developed. Investments in the Arctic will surely pay off. Plus, the Arctic is the cradle of civilization. Incredible finds await Russia there !!! And all this just needs to be protected !!!
      2. bekjan
        bekjan 31 October 2014 11: 06
        0
        The Orthodox church still needs to be built.
    3. The comment was deleted.
    4. FACKtoREAL
      FACKtoREAL 31 October 2014 10: 37
      +1
      If only he would not be dumped on the mainland, but immediately to be remelted.

      Then you really need a nuclear icebreaker with electric smelting and rolling shops on board! winked
    5. Hyppopotut
      Hyppopotut 31 October 2014 10: 49
      +8
      We don’t master a damn! We are trying to restore what was destroyed during the rule of the Yeltsinoids!
      Our units were stationed on metro station Schmidt in Soviet times, and there was an airfield .. Both on the Wrangel Island were air defense units, and in Vancarame, and there were more military aircraft at Anadyr airport than civilian ...
      We, as always, "... will destroy to the ground, and then ..", And all equipment, fuels and lubricants, uniforms, etc. (oh and not in small quantities), stuck to sticky hands ...
  2. propolsky
    propolsky 31 October 2014 09: 51
    +2
    Oh, this is the romance of the army service! To whom then to tell - they will not believe.
    1. Ivan Tucha
      Ivan Tucha 31 October 2014 12: 39
      +3
      yeah, 3 months in the dark, the rest of the day, warm months 2-3 typed. orange for happiness on holidays. and so of course romance.
      I grew up in Amderma-Chelyuskin-Dikson. a lot of romance, if you are romantic at heart, but even more frosty reality.
  3. Kosta153
    Kosta153 31 October 2014 09: 51
    +6
    Joyful! Give the Russian Arctic!
  4. Same lech
    Same lech 31 October 2014 09: 52
    +2
    The complex is going to be in the form of a star; thanks to the internal transitions, it is possible to get to any of its points without leaving it.


    It’s interesting what about heating and electricity supply .... this is a very expensive part in the NORTH, considering the low temperatures for most of the year.
    1. e_krendel
      e_krendel 31 October 2014 09: 56
      +1
      If diesel generators with heat recovery, and the houses themselves are well insulated, then not so much diesel fuel is needed for electric heat supply.
      1. Same lech
        Same lech 31 October 2014 10: 00
        0
        then not so much diesel fuel is needed for electric heat supply.
        Fuel delivery for thousands of kilometers. very expensive pleasure.

        It would be nice to use promising types of energy in NORTH .....
        Matvienko said something about floating nuclear power plants .... how interesting things are with them.
        1. Hyppopotut
          Hyppopotut 31 October 2014 10: 53
          0
          They have been talking about them for thirty years, if not more ... But for a military unit, even the number of one division, with huge energy consumption (radar), it is not economically feasible to build a nuclear reactor.
    2. FID
      FID 31 October 2014 09: 58
      0
      Diesel power plants, cables (very few overhead power lines, wind you understand), heating mains above the ground in boxes (permafrost), two seasons, one practically, winter and summer winter ...
    3. Hellraiser
      Hellraiser 31 October 2014 10: 01
      +4
      It’s like a diesel engine that will not break until they break! He served at a point on Kola, it was like that with us. They burned diesel fuel with a fool even though the high-voltage of 5 km was! hi
    4. velbot185
      velbot185 31 October 2014 10: 32
      +2
      Do you think that people who plowed billions into an idea and implement it without economic justification are greatly tormented by the issue of energy efficiency?
    5. velbot185
      velbot185 31 October 2014 10: 32
      0
      Do you think that people who plowed billions into an idea and implement it without economic justification are greatly tormented by the issue of energy efficiency?
  5. Prager
    Prager 31 October 2014 09: 56
    +3
    let our military live comfortably and calmly in this town!
  6. Abbra
    Abbra 31 October 2014 10: 00
    +8
    Strengthen friendship with bears and guard the borders of the state!
    1. Serg 122
      Serg 122 31 October 2014 15: 14
      +1
      Strengthen friendship with bears in this way!
  7. Stiletto
    Stiletto 31 October 2014 10: 07
    +3
    For some reason, it seems to me that not only the military, but also civilians will live there at such a pace soon - not only the staff, but in general. The development of the Arctic is encouraging - there are no less prospects for us than in the Crimea.
    1. Vitaly Anisimov
      Vitaly Anisimov 31 October 2014 10: 12
      +1
      Quote: Stiletto
      For some reason, it seems to me that not only the military, but also civilians will live there at such a pace soon - not only the staff, but in general. The development of the Arctic is encouraging - there are no less prospects for us than in the Crimea.

      Also such thoughts come nature is virgin, well, and financing goes, huge reserves of oil and gas (which is 13% of the world's reserves ..) Glad for Russia .. God helps her!
    2. Vitaly Anisimov
      Vitaly Anisimov 31 October 2014 10: 12
      0
      Quote: Stiletto
      For some reason, it seems to me that not only the military, but also civilians will live there at such a pace soon - not only the staff, but in general. The development of the Arctic is encouraging - there are no less prospects for us than in the Crimea.

      Also such thoughts come nature is virgin, well, and financing goes, huge reserves of oil and gas (which is 13% of the world's reserves ..) Glad for Russia .. God helps her!
  8. Weniamin
    Weniamin 31 October 2014 10: 13
    0
    And it is interesting there will be served 100 grams for sugrevom for dinner? The Italians have dry rations.
    1. FID
      FID 31 October 2014 10: 17
      +1
      Forbidden!
      1. Andrey Yuryevich
        Andrey Yuryevich 31 October 2014 10: 28
        +1
        Quote: SSI
        Forbidden!

        recourse crying
  9. rumata63
    rumata63 31 October 2014 10: 27
    0
    the main thing that would not be frozen in these stars.
  10. AIR ZNAK
    AIR ZNAK 31 October 2014 10: 40
    +1
    Bears are not only in the taiga hosts (paraphrasing GDP)
  11. starshina pv
    starshina pv 31 October 2014 10: 41
    0
    restore the arctic border of the ussr
  12. Al_lexx
    Al_lexx 31 October 2014 10: 48
    0
    Good deal. The north must be held with all paws.
    Interestingly, for the military there will be a northern coefficient of service?
    1. Anna Kirichuk
      Anna Kirichuk 31 October 2014 12: 23
      0
      Quote: Al_lexx
      Interestingly, for the military there will be a northern coefficient of service?

      but he didn’t go anywhere, he was and is
  13. seregatara1969
    seregatara1969 31 October 2014 10: 50
    0
    rumor has it that the commandant of the garrison put Potapych, the largest bear in the entire Arctic
  14. or
    or 31 October 2014 11: 10
    +4
    How are our warriors settled there?
  15. valokordin
    valokordin 31 October 2014 12: 09
    0
    And then they destroyed it for what, they probably waited for the shit to attack, and now some money has appeared, the country has become sorry.
  16. Anna Kirichuk
    Anna Kirichuk 31 October 2014 12: 22
    +1
    At first, everyone lost what was built during the Soviet Union, now we are reviving again! In my home video, there were records of how at one time they shot ammunition from the Grad and artillery weapons in Providence Bay, when the troops were withdrawn ... Oh, rich you, Mother Russia! God grant that there are no more these "swing" in our country - first we will destroy everything to the ground, and then ...
    1. pavel1981
      pavel1981 31 October 2014 12: 45
      -2
      Anna, as you put it, there will always be a "swing" as long as the country has the fifth and sixth columns, and the overly liberal-pro-Western representatives of the media and culture will add fuel to the fire ...
  17. chukotka
    chukotka 31 October 2014 13: 29
    +1
    I am amuse myself with the thought that in the course of the "militarization" of the Arctic, the restoration of the infrastructure and extractive industries of the region will begin! wink

    He lived in the village of Iultin (“destroyed” by the Chernomyrdin Resolution in 1995), which is “only” 100 km from the village of Mys Shmidta.