The name of the seventh "Boreas" has become known.

The seventh strategic submarine of the Borey type will receive the name of one of the representatives of the Romanov dynasty - "Emperor Alexander III". An order of this has already been signed, told the correspondent TASS source in the Russian Navy.




"Bookmark (submarine) is scheduled for the second half of December this year," - added the source.

The agency recalls that before 2020, construction of a Borey-type 8 submarine is planned, three of which have already been handed over to the customer - the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation. Each cruiser is armed with 16-th Bulava intercontinental missiles.

Currently, the construction of submarines continues on the modernized project "Borey-A".
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  1. oleg-gr 13 October 2015 15: 20 New
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    Peter the Great is, there will be Alexander III. The story needs to be remembered and reminded to “friends”.
    1. sever.56 13 October 2015 15: 26 New
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      A worthy name of the great sovereign Alexander III the formidable weapon of Russia.
      Let the number of ascent be equal to the number of dives ... !!! drinks good
      1. Baikonur 13 October 2015 15: 48 New
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        A worthy name ... the formidable weapon of Russia.

        I would also mention Ivan the Terrible at naming!
        So much dirt and lies were poured on him, but in fact, at that time the ruler of Russia was very wise and powerful!
        PS: "Ivan IV ruled longer than any of the rulers ever standing at the head of the Russian state - 50 years and 105 days."
        1. Manul 13 October 2015 16: 43 New
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          Quote: Baikonur
          I would also mention Ivan the Terrible at naming!

          hi From the language removed!
          And in principle, a beautiful name for the missile carrier "Ivan the Terrible"! Everything is clear to everyone right away winked
          1. the polar 13 October 2015 19: 33 New
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            The Kremlin White Guards roof rot and smell, completely crazy from anti-Sovietism. How are they still "Admiral Kolchak" on which thread the board did not register.

            But the “Captain Marinescu” with which he got across the throat ... probably drowned too many German submariners, the German Frau may be offended and put a sanction on the head of his Kremlin friend.
            1. Karabanov 13 October 2015 20: 11 New
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              Quote: Polar
              The Kremlin White Guards roof rot and smell, completely crazy from anti-Sovietism. How are they still "Admiral Kolchak" on which thread the board did not register.

              You are probably not too familiar with naval history. It seems to me that more likely is the continuity of traditions than anti-Sovietism.
              Of course, in Soviet times, they preferred the names of communist figures and heroes, as well as different anniversaries (which sounded ridiculous), but the same "Varyag" existed as a symbol of the heroism of Russian sailors of the imperial fleet. By the way, what about the name "Peter the Great" (the creator of the domestic fleet), do you happen to mind?
              The name of the ship - "Alexander the Third" has its own story. Heroic story! This ship bravely fought during the Battle of Tsushima and heroically died with the entire crew, fulfilling its duty to the end. For me personally, and I think for many who are familiar with the history of our fleet, the name is associated with this and does not cause rejection.
              PS Regarding Alexander Marinesco, I am only for it.
              1. crazyrom 14 October 2015 03: 04 New
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                This is all for a reason. Previous - Prince, Generalissimo, and "just" names (albeit great). And then the IMPERATOR! The Empire is being reborn, Lord. soldier
            2. KUOLEMA 14 October 2015 02: 30 New
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              The main thing is that Beni Eltsin should not be called or Chubais
            3. SergeyKus 14 October 2015 22: 36 New
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              Prior to Marinescu and Lunin, as well as other famous commanders, the same line will reach.
        2. whiteeagle 13 October 2015 20: 25 New
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          as a result of the policy of Ivan the Terrible, the state was very weak and this opened the door for Poles
          1. NordUral 13 October 2015 21: 00 New
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            You had bad mentors. Grozny and Stalin are the two greatest rulers of our country.
          2. dvina71 13 October 2015 21: 43 New
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            Quote: whiteeagle
            as a result of the policy of Ivan the Terrible, the state was very weak and this opened the door for Poles

            Yeah .. you’ll find out a lot of new things on the Internet .. And I always thought that the reason for the unrest was the weather. A long period of crop failure, which pushed the peasants off the ground in search of food. It’s not difficult to guess who had this to eat .. and to whom they came.
            And Ivan 4 increased the territory of the Moscow Kingdom many times over, which saved Russia from Polish enslavement in many ways. The third militia, ending with turmoil and intervention, gathered on the Volga and in the northern lands.
        3. NordUral 13 October 2015 20: 55 New
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          We ruined all the rulers, which created our country - Grozny, Lenin, Stalin. We know practically nothing about the father of Grozny, Vasily, and he began what his son finished. And about the Soviet era, everyone was misinterpreted into 80's and still lie. It is time to merit the great and insignificant rulers of Russia and the USSR in order to know where and how we should move. To bring back the core idea - social justice.
    2. Vyacheslav 64 13 October 2015 15: 30 New
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      Alexandre 3 - The Great Emperor, Emperor peacemaker, as his contemporaries called him. "While the Russian Emperor is fishing, Europe can wait."
      1. the polar 13 October 2015 19: 46 New
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        Quote: Vyacheslav 64
        Alexandre 3 - The Great Emperor, Emperor peacemaker, as his contemporaries called him. "While the Russian Emperor is fishing, Europe can wait."

        "While the Russian emperor is in a binge, Russia can wait."
        The next "Northwind" is probably "Borya E." they will say that “Alexander 3” would not be bored.
        1. Boa kaa 13 October 2015 20: 33 New
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          Quote: Polar
          The next "Northwind" is probably "Borya E." they will say that “Alexander 3” would not be bored.

          And what ... Borya - "Borey" - he is! He can! laughing
        2. Vyacheslav 64 13 October 2015 21: 29 New
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          "While the Russian emperor is in a binge, Russia can wait."
          The next "Northwind" is probably "Borya E." they will say that “Alexander 3” would not be bored.
          And you, it would not be bad if you could learn a little history before trying to be “stupid” here. It describes the reason for the Emperor's addiction to alcohol in the last years of his life !!!
        3. the villain 13 October 2015 23: 00 New
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          Quote: Polar
          The next "Northwind" is probably "Borya E." will call

          Iron of shame will not stand ...
          Well, don't be remembered by night.
      2. ksv1973 13 October 2015 20: 00 New
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        Quote: Vyacheslav 64
        Alexandre 3 - The Great Emperor, Emperor peacemaker, as his contemporaries called him. "While the Russian Emperor is fishing, Europe can wait."

        Would call simply and with taste - "Peacemaker"! The most MOT for such a device! wink
        1. the villain 13 October 2015 23: 03 New
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          Quote: ksv1973
          Peacemaker

          Pacifier. So it will be more exact IMHO hi
          1. ksv1973 13 October 2015 23: 15 New
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            Quote: Villain
            Quote: ksv1973
            Peacemaker

            Pacifier. So it will be more exact IMHO hi

            Support! hi
    3. Russian Uzbek 13 October 2015 15: 34 New
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      I swear in the Romanov dynasty there were more worthy rulers
      1. Alexey RA 13 October 2015 15: 44 New
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        Quote: Russian Uzbek
        I swear in the Romanov dynasty there were more worthy rulers

        Here it’s fitting to rejoice that a less worthy name has not been received. For example, the same Nicky.

        By the way, the famous saying
        In the whole world we have only 2 faithful allies: our army and navy
        belongs precisely to Alexander III.

        Although lovers of the history of the fleet, the name of the ship "Emperor Alexander III" will always be reminded of Tsushima ...
        1. Russian Uzbek 13 October 2015 15: 55 New
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          "" Here it is just right to be glad that a less worthy name has not been given. For example, the same Nicky ""
          It would be a fly away!
          but if you consider that Nikolashka the Bloody ruled according to the precepts of his father, then ...
        2. Vorobey-1 13 October 2015 15: 57 New
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          "Emperor Alexander III" - a magnificent name!
          Emperor - the word speaks for itself
          Alexander - "Defender of the people", "Winner" (name of the great commanders: Alexander Nevsky, Alexander the Great)
        3. Nissa-on 13 October 2015 16: 06 New
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          Although lovers of the history of the fleet, the name of the ship "Emperor Alexander III" will always be reminded of Tsushima ...


          Directly from the "tongue removed." But the same amateurs know that the "Alexander III" was a guards crew, and the whole crew was killed at the post.
          A worthy name!
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            jjj 13 October 2015 16: 19 New
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            By the way, the "Varangian" is already in what kind of reincarnation. And the service is steamboats excellent
            1. Alexey RA 13 October 2015 16: 28 New
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              Quote: jjj
              By the way, the "Varangian" is already in what kind of reincarnation. And the service is steamboats excellent

              I'll take a step: the last of the "Varangians" is a gas turbine ship. smile
          2. Alexey RA 13 October 2015 16: 29 New
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            Quote: Nissa-on
            Directly from the "tongue removed." But the same amateurs know that the "Alexander III" was a guards crew, and the whole crew was killed at the post.
            A worthy name!

            That is yes. Not "Eagle" or "Raphael."
        4. segamegament 13 October 2015 19: 31 New
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          Quote: Alexey RA
          Although lovers of the history of the fleet, the name of the ship "Emperor Alexander III" will always be reminded of Tsushima ...

          Well, maybe just this “emperor" will even get even for Tsushima, who knows ...
        5. ksv1973 13 October 2015 23: 23 New
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          Quote: Alexey RA
          Although lovers of the history of the fleet, the name of the ship "Emperor Alexander III" will always be reminded of Tsushima ...

          So I’m somehow uncomfortable with this news. Calling watercraft by the names of their predecessors that drowned is like a woman on a ship! Then even Novikov-Priboy would agree with me ...
      2. aleks 62 next 13 October 2015 15: 59 New
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        .... I swear in the Romanov dynasty there were more worthy rulers ...

        ... Are you hinting at Nikolashka worthless ????? .....
        1. Russian Uzbek 13 October 2015 16: 12 New
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          for example, Empress Elizaveta Petrovna, "daughter of Peter the Great" ... and in general, why are the Germans the Romanovs? (Elizabeth Petrovna, by the way, THE LAST RUSSIAN among the Romanovs) why not from the Rurikovich? or Ivan 3 for example is not big enough?
          and the name STALIN is your name?
          1. RUSIVAN 13 October 2015 17: 18 New
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            You have mastered the school course in History, or you are insulted that you were not asked what was to be called ?!
            1. Russian Uzbek 13 October 2015 17: 29 New
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              But what is necessary to throw a hat in the air and scream cheers?
              Yes, and the school course of history would not hurt many to master
              AND AT ALL DO NOT LIKE ME THE CONJECTURE FOR RESTORATION OF THE MONARCHY
              1. ALEA IACTA EST 13 October 2015 21: 28 New
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                Quote: Russian Uzbek
                AND AT ALL DO NOT LIKE ME THE CONJECTURE FOR RESTORATION OF THE MONARCHY

                Do the French also want to restore the monarchy? laughing
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          3. Moore 14 October 2015 04: 29 New
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            Quote: Russian Uzbek
            (Elizaveta Petrovna, by the way, LAST RUSSIAN among the Romanovs)

            Dear Russian Uzbek, sorry, they wrote nonsense.
            How can the daughter of the Russian tsar and German be more Russian than, for example, the daughter of Tsar Ivan V (brother and co-ruler of Tsar Peter I) and Tsarina Praskovya - Anna Ioannovna?
            We are talking about blood, not about the spirit. If about him, then the pure German Sophia Augusta Frederic of Anhalt-Zerbskaya (in our opinion - Catherine II) will give odds to all of the above.
      3. kepmor 13 October 2015 16: 07 New
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        Especially Nicholas II!
      4. RUSIVAN 13 October 2015 17: 14 New
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        Even worthy of you ...
      5. NordUral 13 October 2015 21: 04 New
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        There were two relatively normal kings in the Romanov dynasty - Nicholas I and Alexander II, and that’s all.
    4. Finches 13 October 2015 15: 37 New
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      Alexander III is beautiful, don’t tell! He didn’t want to make his son Tsar Nicholas II, preparing his eldest son George, but ... Clio does not know the subjunctive mood!
    5. ava09 13 October 2015 15: 52 New
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      Quote: oleg-gr
      Peter the Great is, there will be Alexander III. The story needs to be remembered and reminded to “friends”.


      ISTORIY or Russian chronology should be remembered? The Romanovs, who made so much effort to erase the true chronology of the Russians, are not “Great” in this respect, as you respectfully call Peter the Great.
    6. aleks 62 next 13 October 2015 15: 58 New
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      .... Peter the Great is, will be Alexander III ....

      .... I read it right away and almost sweated - Nicholas II imagined .... I reread it - it eased .... :)))))))
      1. AlNikolaich 13 October 2015 19: 38 New
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        Quote: aleks 62 next
        .... Peter the Great is, will be Alexander III ....

        .... I read it right away and almost sweated - Nicholas II imagined .... I reread it - it eased .... :)))))))

        Cross three times, buddy!
        A worthy name for the cruiser will be!
    7. GradusHuK 13 October 2015 16: 53 New
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      Hurray! Hurray! Hurray! A worthy name for the Premier League!
    8. Sea Wolf 13 October 2015 17: 44 New
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      It was Alexander the Third, named the peacemaker, who said that Russia has two allies: its army and its fleet. He was a great man. He loved to drink, and hid from his wife a flask of cognac behind the bootleg.
  2. MIKHALYCH1 13 October 2015 15: 20 New
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    Emperor .. I like the name!
    1. Air Force captain 13 October 2015 15: 25 New
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      In general, a series of submarines data, the codename emperor (and not Borey) would have come in handy ... and the names corresponding (Peter1, Nikolai 2, Catherine the Great ... etc ...) would be appropriate ... but I do not insist .. so ... dreamed))
      1. veksha50 13 October 2015 15: 34 New
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        Quote: Captain Air Force
        and names respectively (Petr1, Nicholas 2, Catherine the Great ... etc.



        No need Nicholas 2 on the same level with Peter and Catherine the Great to put ... He then just the empire and profiled ...
        1. Rusich is not from Kiev 13 October 2015 15: 41 New
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          Quote: veksha50
          It’s not necessary to put Nicholas 2 on the same level with Peter and Catherine the Great ... He’s just an empire and profiled ..

          So Peter I laid the foundation for this collapse. That demon.
          1. mitya24 13 October 2015 16: 11 New
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            The one that created the Empire? Stop talking nonsense.
            1. ava09 14 October 2015 09: 47 New
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              Quote: mitya24
              The one that created the Empire? Stop talking nonsense.


              Be careful with the "nonsense", it is still not known for certain who is carrying it, thanks to the zeal of the Romanovs. And be careful with the empire, after the death of Grozny, who tried to destroy it, not the eternal "enemies of the people" - the boyars?
            2. Rusich is not from Kiev 16 October 2015 07: 51 New
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              Quote: mitya24
              The one that created the Empire? Stop talking nonsense.

              Like before him there was nothing, right? Well, if for the sake of the Empire, which even after winning pays a loser a lot of money for land, you need to destroy or ruin a third of the country's population, then well, nafig.
              It was Peter who divided the united people into nobles and plebeians, who, in the year 17, clashed.
              It was he who destroyed everything Russian indiscriminately and took everything foreign also indiscriminately.
              It was he who brought power to the thieves such as Menshikov, who did not have a sense of proportion at all.
              It was he who turned the peasants from practically free people into real slaves.
              It was he who brought all this foreign shaika which ruled directly until Elizabeth and remained in power until 17 years.
              All his successes are manufactories. But was it worth them to destroy the whole world.
          2. ALEA IACTA EST 13 October 2015 21: 32 New
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            [quote = Rusich not from Kiev] That demon. [/ quote.]
            Here is a demon, he made Russia a great power ... I will never forgive him for this! lol
            1. Rusich is not from Kiev 16 October 2015 07: 55 New
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              Quote: ALEA IACTA EST
              Here is a demon, he made Russia a great power ... I will never forgive him for this!

              And what was she before? What are some idiots .. have they lived there? That the fleet was not its own and the ships could not build? Guns to pour? That there were no regiments of the foreign system? Didn’t send to study? All the reforms that Peter made were started by his father, without any fanaticism.
              Peter's empire turned into Bironovschina, here is his legacy.
    2. veksha50 13 October 2015 15: 32 New
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      Quote: MIKHALYCHXNNX
      Emperor .. I like the name!



      It’s not for nothing that the enemies itch about the imperial aspirations of Russia ... Especially Naglia, who, as an empire, has lost itself long ago, but is the worst enemy of Russia ...

      PS Russian Empire ... But what? It sounds! ...
  3. ilyaches 13 October 2015 15: 20 New
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    Seven feet under the keel.
    1. the villain 13 October 2015 23: 15 New
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      Quote: ilyaches
      Seven feet under the keel.

      Better than an equal number of dives and ascent, these are divers lol
  4. Engineer 13 October 2015 15: 21 New
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    "Russia has only two allies: its army and navy" Alexander III. It is difficult to find a more worthy emperor.
  5. Petr1 13 October 2015 15: 21 New
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    And I would suggest calling it President Putin, what is the point of calling the boat the name of the long-dead king, let him be afraid of President Putin ... soldier
    1. jaguar 13 October 2015 15: 23 New
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      Well, it’s your dearest already suffered lol lol lol
      1. Petr1 13 October 2015 15: 29 New
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        Quote: jaguar
        Well, it’s your dearest already suffered

        But what, unworthy?
        1. Bombardier 13 October 2015 15: 44 New
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          Quote: Petr1
          Quote: jaguar
          Well, it’s your dearest already suffered

          But what, unworthy?



          It's too early ....
          1. made13 13 October 2015 15: 53 New
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            Someday the fleet will include Generalissimo Stalin good
            1. Russian Uzbek 13 October 2015 17: 34 New
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              "" Someday, the Generalissimo Stalin will also be in the fleet. "" "
              dreaming ... that it’s you who are proposing some totalitarian and non-shaking names! rather, they will call “Nicholas 2” HOLY with us!
              1. AlNikolaich 13 October 2015 19: 45 New
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                Quote: Russian Uzbek
                "" Someday, the Generalissimo Stalin will also be in the fleet. "" "
                dreaming ... that it’s you who are proposing some totalitarian and non-shaking names! rather, they will call “Nicholas 2” HOLY with us!

                Quote: Russian Uzbek
                "" Someday, the Generalissimo Stalin will also be in the fleet. "" "
                dreaming ... that it’s you who are proposing some totalitarian and non-shaking names! rather, they will call “Nicholas 2” HOLY with us!

                Well, not knowing how you are ... The fact that Nikolai the martyr agrees, but he is far from the saint.
                Whatever the church says. I personally do not accept the execution of the king and his family. Citizen Romanov Nikolai Alexandrovich was supposed to live, and with his family to benefit the young
                Soviet republic! For man was not stupid and educated!
                Well, what happened is what happened ...
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                  Nicholas II was not lucky to be born a simple man, this is his misfortune and the misfortune of Russia.
              2. ava09 13 October 2015 20: 50 New
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                Quote: Russian Uzbek
                "" Someday, the Generalissimo Stalin will also be in the fleet. "" "
                dreaming ... that it’s you who are proposing some totalitarian and non-shaking names! rather, they will call “Nicholas 2” HOLY with us!


                You’re kind of muddy ... And neither Russian nor Uzbek for good. No one has given you the right to define "handshake." Stalin said to himself: - "I am a Russian man of Georgian nationality" and I believe him. I believe because if he were the one whom the enemies of Russia exposed him to, under her rule, she would never have reached the highest rise in self-consciousness and the greatest VICTORIES in the RUSSIAN chronology.
                1. Russian Uzbek 13 October 2015 21: 14 New
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                  I’m neither Russian nor Uzbek, I’m Russian Uzbek ... or Uzbek Uzbek - whatever ...
                  about the "handshake" is irony;)
                  1. NordUral 15 October 2015 20: 07 New
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                    I am Russian, although my father is German and my mother is Russian. I’m Russian and I will repeat it a thousand times. And I will not deny the names of those who moved Russia forward. Although he himself was fooled at one time, but the veil fell from his eyes. And thanks for the internet!
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                Which are already there. A good wish.
            2. ALEA IACTA EST 13 October 2015 21: 35 New
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              Quote: made13
              Someday the fleet will include Generalissimo Stalin good

              And it would be nice to perpetuate all the rulers of Russia ... winked
              Dream, dream ... sad
              1. the villain 13 October 2015 23: 25 New
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                Quote: ALEA IACTA EST
                And it would be nice to perpetuate all the rulers of Russia ...

                It’s all too much, I recall two offhand, I planted one corn, and the second did not have enough consensus ...
    2. Engineer 13 October 2015 15: 42 New
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      Russian naval traditions are honored
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      good Join us! lol
  6. Victor bg 13 October 2015 15: 23 New
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    References to historical figures, young people are interested in history, and who does not remember kinship .. with those you yourself know what is happening.
    1. Amurets 13 October 2015 16: 13 New
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      And the names of the heroic ships. Or the famous officer dynasties. Yes, in our Russo-Japanese war how many heroes were there. More sailors got more names than sailors. But the ship commanders must be remembered and their ships should be named: Commander Varyaga Rudnev, Commander Rurik Trusov, Commander Aurora Egoriev. The Aurora is not only a symbol of revolution. It is the heroic ship of the 2 Pacific Squadron, the legendary training ship .And the exploits of the Varangian and Rurik, these are the legends of our fleet.
      1. AlNikolaich 13 October 2015 19: 49 New
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        Quote: Amurets
        And the names of the heroic ships. Or the famous officer dynasties. Yes, in our Russo-Japanese war how many heroes were there. More sailors got more names than sailors. But the ship commanders must be remembered and their ships should be named: Commander Varyaga Rudnev, Commander Rurik Trusov, Commander Aurora Egoriev. The Aurora is not only a symbol of revolution. It is the heroic ship of the 2 Pacific Squadron, the legendary training ship .And the exploits of the Varangian and Rurik, these are the legends of our fleet.

        A colleague, I believe that with our growing fleet, there will be new ships that will gain
        the names of these illustrious people!
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          Your words yes to God in your ears!
  7. MIKHALYCH1 13 October 2015 15: 24 New
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    Quote: oleg-gr
    Peter the Great is, there will be Alexander III. The story needs to be remembered and reminded to “friends”.

    The name is not important .. The main task and its implementation!
  8. Vyacheslav73 13 October 2015 15: 24 New
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    Specialists, please explain what are the significant differences between the Borey and Borey-A projects ??? request
    1. jaguar 13 October 2015 15: 31 New
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      The most important there will be 20 missiles, as opposed to 16 on the borea.
    2. Boa kaa 13 October 2015 21: 20 New
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      Quote: Vyacheslav73
      What are the significant differences between the Borey and Borey-A projects

      Starting from the 4th hull of pr.955 (conditionally pr.09554) the shape of the hull of the boat will be changed - it will be closer to the initial appearance of pr.955. Boats will be built without using backlog from submarine pr.971. In the nose compartments of the rpkSN, it is planned to abandon the double-hull with the placement of the antenna devices of the Irtysh-Amphora SJSC in the nose. HAC long-range hull antennas will also be used. Torpedo tubes will be moved closer to the center of the hull and will become airborne, bow depth wheels will be moved to the wheelhouse. In the area of ​​the SLBM mines, it is planned to reduce the size of the permeable superstructure. The number of mines will remain 16. The power plant will probably also be modernized in the direction of unification with other 4th generation submarines - it is planned to use a new steam generating plant. In fact, we are talking about a new avenue rpkSN. July 30, 2012 the first submarine pr.955A "Prince Vladimir" was officially laid down at the Sevmash Production Association in Severodvinsk.
      jaguar: "The most important there will be 20 missiles, as opposed to 16 on the borea."
      Borey-A will carry 16 x SLBMs of the D-30 / 3K30 Bulava missile system with R-30 / SS-NX-30 missiles developed by MIT. According to 2013 data (and earlier), it was believed that cruiser pr.955A would have 20 SLBM launch silos. Refuted in an interview with the director of PA Sevmash on February 17.02.2013, 16: Az will continue to have XNUMX SLBMs. (Technology, equipment, conveyor)
  9. vovanpain 13 October 2015 15: 25 New
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    Of course, the headquarters knows better what to call, but why was they named "Alexander III" from the Romanov dynasty, and not from the Rurikovich dynasty, like the rest of the boats of the Ivan the Terrible project, for example?
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    A good name, but the eighth must certainly be called “Citizen Minin” to be called! This is not the case - “Prince Pozharsky” is, and Citizen Minin is not. request
    1. kil 31 13 October 2015 15: 28 New
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      In the reign of Alexander III, Russia did not wage a single war. For peacekeeping, the monarch received the honorary nickname Tsar the Peacemaker from the people. Is this in connection with this?
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      Quote: avt
      A good name, but the eighth must certainly be called “Citizen Minin” to be called! This is not the case - “Prince Pozharsky” is, and Citizen Minin is not. request

      The ship must bear the Name and Surname. Therefore, it is better "Kuzma Minin." At the same time on it and "Kuzkina mother" (16 pcs.) Is available.
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        Quote: Алексей_К
        The ship must bear the Name and Surname. Therefore, it is better "Kuzma Minin."

        He is recorded in history as a Citizen, but, Kuzma Minin "is also normal. The main thing is that there should be such a ship with the same name next to the class similar to that of Prince Pozharsky" DO NOT separate them.
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          Quote: avt
          He is recorded in history as a Citizen, but, Kuzma Minin "is also normal. The main thing is that there should be such a ship with the same name next to the class similar to that of Prince Pozharsky" DO NOT separate them.

          Heh heh heh ... the armored frigate of the RIF also at first wanted to name "Citizen Minin." But then the “citizen” of the name disappeared somewhere ... smile
          But the armored frigate "Prince Pozharsky" remained with the title in his name.
  11. katalonec2014 13 October 2015 15: 26 New
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    The Emperor, so the Emperor, will be waiting for him. Probably by the time he is included in the Russian Navy, he will already be Borey-B.
  12. nazar_0753 13 October 2015 15: 27 New
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    A decent name for an excellent submarine
  13. ratfly 13 October 2015 15: 28 New
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    Only not Nicholas II. He was such an empire. Shit! Yes, even denied Pascud. Rest in peace.
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  15. saturn.mmm 13 October 2015 15: 38 New
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    It is a well-deserved and honorable name, I hope, like Alexander III, you won’t have to fight, but Russia’s prestige will be raised to a new higher level.
  16. Old Siberian 13 October 2015 15: 38 New
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    A worthy name for a worthy weapon. The name of a peacemaker cannot be put to shame.
  17. Mareman Vasilich 13 October 2015 15: 44 New
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    And why not Generalissimo Stalin, Marshal Rokossovsky, Marshal Zhukov, and so on. After all, the Romanov dynasty was already kissed on all sides. But everything Soviet is denigrated and forgotten. Although only under Stalin in 30 years the country achieved more than the Romanov dynasty in 300 years. In the days of the USSR, we built libraries, schools, houses and factories with factories, and now only trading and barging nets and churches with mosques and synagogues. I have nothing against exactly against Alexander III, but it may be enough to lick tsarism with its serfdom, or maybe it’s worth it to really turn to the great. But the authorities will not go to the revival of the good memory of the Soviet past. Under tsarism there were gentlemen and serfs, serfs; under Soviet rule, all were equal. So the power of this equality is afraid. The present time, the time of neo-serfdom is prettier to them. and slaves with idiots have always been the main resource of capitalism. But at the same time, the entire current system is completely based on the Soviet legacy. In addition to mansions, churches with mosques and entertainment centers, the current system has not created anything. But at the same time he plays on the consciousness of people as a musical instrument, realizing that people will not go to the Maidan, destroying their country. That's what a shame, people believe in power, and she makes idiots out of them.
    1. Severomor 13 October 2015 16: 15 New
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      And why not Generalissimo Stalin, Marshal Rokossovsky

      - they served the people.

      Yes, everything is correct, then there will be Witte, Stolypin, Kolchak, Kornilov, Kerensky ........))))))

      You yourself answered your own question. Who owns the bowels, means of production, and minerals? THEN UNDER KINGS (emperors) the same thing happened

      Remember: Story - Oligarchic Capitalism
      For the sake of 300% profit, the capitalist goes for any crime
      1. Manul 13 October 2015 16: 52 New
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        Quote: Severomor
        Yes, everything is correct, then there will be Witte, Stolypin, Kolchak, Kornilov, Kerensky ........))))))

        You yourself answered your own question. Who owns the bowels, means of production, and minerals? THEN UNDER KINGS (emperors) the same thing happened

        Remember: Story - Oligarchic Capitalism
        For the sake of 300% profit, the capitalist goes for any crime

        What are you distorting? How can Stolypin be compared with Kerensky?
        1. Severomor 13 October 2015 17: 02 New
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          And why not Generalissimo Stalin, Marshal Rokossovsky

          Did I compare them?
          Although yes, I made a mistake - Witte, Stolypin on one side, Kornilov and Kerensky on the other))))

          PS But each ship has a chance to be called one of the parties))))
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            Sorry, but you are terribly wrong. If earlier, I would challenge you to a duel. Now answer me in full here.
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          He does not distort. Both Stolypin and Kerensky served private capital, His Majesty liberalism, no matter what. let them sit in different boats, but sail in the same direction. Our government will take any steps if only not to adopt the Soviet experience. The USSR cannot be returned, but its experience would be very useful now. But this would mean that everyone would be equal before the law and in society, and this is the most terrible dream of our government, the "elite", oligarchs, officials.
          1. Aleksey_K 13 October 2015 18: 31 New
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            Quote: Mareman Vasilich
            USSR does not return

            The USSR may not come back, but Socialism is a social system for every person, you can return. Only there is no such leader now, for whom the people would vote by 100%.
          2. Manul 13 October 2015 21: 08 New
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            Mareman Vasilich (3) Today, 17:02 ↑
            He does not distort. Both Stolypin and Kerensky served private capital, His Majesty liberalism, no matter what. let them sit in different boats, but sail in the same direction. Our government will take any steps if only not to adopt the Soviet experience. The USSR cannot be returned, but its experience would be very useful now. But this would mean that everyone would be equal before the law and in society, and this is the most terrible dream of our government, the "elite", oligarchs, officials.

            Stolypin was a brain and a statesman. Kerensky is an adventurer (I don’t want to blame anyone - they worked under completely different conditions. But if Stolypin succeeded, everything he planned was Russia would now dictate conditions on the whole planet. And Kerensky was a small prince, his emperor was dreaming).
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              if Stolypin succeeded, all that he had planned -Russia would now dictate conditions on the whole planet. And Kerensky - the little prince, he was dreaming of the emperor).

              Well, ka, "professor of history," ka quickly list what such Stolypin conceived? What are his "works" you read?
              But Kerensky, for your information, was ES-ER (a member of the Socialist Revolutionary Party) and promoted the program, a tyutelk in a tyutelka similar to Mr. Putin’s speeches. He was supported by the liberal middle class and large landowners such as the Rhodes, Lviv and Purishkevich
            2. Mareman Vasilich 14 October 2015 10: 01 New
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              Kerensky, like Trotsky, was an advocate of Anglo-Saxon capital. His task included the maximum possible destruction of the state. Stolypin also wanted to eat an egg and not to break an egg.
          3. Manul 13 October 2015 21: 13 New
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            Quote: Mareman Vasilich
            He does not distort. Both Stolypin and Kerensky served private capital, His Majesty liberalism, no matter what. let them sit in different boats, but sail in the same direction. Our government will take any steps if only not to adopt the Soviet experience. The USSR cannot be returned, but its experience would be very useful now. But this would mean that everyone would be equal before the law and in society, and this is the most terrible dream of our government, the "elite", oligarchs, officials.

            Change your face. I am against.
            PS And in general, admins, enter for granted - do not use the faces of great (historical) people as avatars. Even the professor is concerned.
          4. Sling cutter 14 October 2015 02: 42 New
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            Quote: Mareman Vasilich
            Mareman Vasilich

            I’m not only accepting, but sincerely by all means I support your position! +100500
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    2. Proud. 13 October 2015 19: 33 New
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      Quote: Mareman Vasilich
      And why not Generalissimo Stalin, Marshal Rokossovsky, Marshal Zhukov, and so on. After all, the Romanov dynasty was already kissed on all sides. But everything Soviet is denigrated and forgotten.

      I agree. Although you can Rurikovich. To start. The name for the “Boreev”: “Ivan the Terrible.” And the motto: “I can see through you!” Or: “Prince Vorotynsky” (winner of the Battle of the Youth), and the motto “Run kamsa, as long as dew ", or -" Crimea is ours! ".
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      And why not Generalissimo Stalin, Marshal Rokossovsky, Marshal Zhukov, and so on.

      Well, in our fleet the names of ships with worthy Soviet admirals are still preserved, the same TAKR “Admiral of the Fleet of the Soviet Union Kuznetsov”. So future ships may wait for the names you proposed.
  18. Crucian 13 October 2015 15: 45 New
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    Quote: Old Siberian
    A worthy name for a worthy weapon. The name of a peacemaker cannot be put to shame.

    If you want peace, get ready for war! The more such submarines, there is more world in the world, sorry for the tautology. winked
  19. Rattenfanger 13 October 2015 15: 46 New
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    Alexander III is a worthy name for a "strategist". No wonder San Sanych went down in history as "the most Russian Tsar."
    Z.Y. It would be nice if the TARK or aircraft carrier in the future called Stalin. That would be fair.
  20. Dima Čalevo 13 October 2015 16: 00 New
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    Great name!) Personally, I always wanted new boats to be named after the ships of the Russian imperial fleet - "Glory", "Borodino", "Eagle", "Prince Suvorov", "Emperor Alexander III," Navarin "," Gangut ", "Retvisan", "Pallas", "Mercury" .. Still, continuity in the fleet is important, and the name of the ship should be passed on to future generations))
    1. Nissa-on 13 October 2015 16: 09 New
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      In general, of course, it is time to build a harmonious system of naming ships. This was both in the Imperial Navy and in the USSR.
      With the "ampira" of course the names were more impressive.

      PS Do you know that “Retvisan” in Swedish is “elephant”? ))))
      1. Alexey RA 13 October 2015 16: 42 New
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        Quote: Nissa-on
        In general, of course, it is time to build a harmonious system of naming ships. This was both in the Imperial Navy and in the USSR.

        And she was - this system? Here are the names of the same type (in the first approximation) of the Black Sea Fleet: “Catherine II”, “Chesma”, “Sinop” and “George the Victorious”. Empress, two sea victoria (Middle-earth and World Cup) and a saint.
        Take the "Borodino": "Borodino", "Emperor Alexander III", "Eagle", "Prince Suvorov", "Glory".
    2. Alexey RA 13 October 2015 16: 34 New
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      Quote: Dima Čalevo
      Personally, I always wanted new boats to be named after the ships of the Russian Imperial Navy - "Glory", "Borodino", "Eagle", "Prince Suvorov", "Emperor Alexander III," Navarin "," Gangut "," Retvisan, "Pallas", "Mercury" ..

      "Eagle" is better not necessary ... bad fate of the "Eagles".
      1. kote119 13 October 2015 17: 42 New
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        than the eagle did not please
        1. Alexey RA 13 October 2015 18: 55 New
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          Quote: kote119
          than the eagle did not please

          The first "Eagle" was captured by Stenka Razin. The latter - lowered the flag and was surrendered to the Japanese under Tsushima.
    3. Rattenfanger 13 October 2015 16: 54 New
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      "Retvisan", "Mercury", "Pallas" is, of course, good. History is like no. But the USSR Navy will still be louder both in terms of assessments as a likely adversary and by the names “Admiral of the Fleet of the Soviet Union Nikolai Kuznetsov”, “Marshal Shaposhnikov”, “Admiral Vinogradov”.
      Although the taste and color, as they say ...
  21. Zai pali 13 October 2015 16: 11 New
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    Approved, just a class. Keep it up.
  22. pts-m 13 October 2015 16: 17 New
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    as they say in the people ... as they call, it will go with that name ...
  23. Old26 13 October 2015 16: 36 New
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    Quote: Mareman Vasilich
    And why not Generalissimo Stalin, Marshal Rokossovsky, Marshal Zhukov, and so on.

    If you noticed, then all the names are political and military figures, but no later than the 19th century. So it will not be proposed by you. It was in the USSR that the “admiral's” series could suddenly be diluted with “Marshal ...” or “Vasily Chapaev.”

    Quote: Алексей_К
    The ship must bear the Name and Surname. Therefore, it is better "Kuzma Minin."

    The most likely name for boat number 8, I think, will be "Mikhail Kutuzov" (as an option - "Field Marshal Kutuzov"). With a lesser degree of probability - "St. Nicholas" (a rather vague name "). Moreover, it was originally planned to name the boat" Generalissimus Suvorov "-" Mikhail Kutuzov ", then" Prince Suvorov ". But as a result it was laid down as" Generalissimus Suvorov " .

    Quote: Vyacheslav73
    Specialists, please explain what are the significant differences between the Borey and Borey-A projects ??? request

    It will differ from the project 955 boats in some changes in equipment and weapons. As they say instead of 8 bow TAs there will be 4, but onboard ones. The cabin will not have a negative angle of inclination, the horizontal horizontal bow will become chopped due to a change in the location of the SL, and the composition of countermeasures will change. Instead of 6 x 533 mm disposable non-rechargeable launchers REPS-324 “Barrier” for launching the sonar countermeasures MG-104 “Brosok” or MG-114 “Beryl” there will be 6 x 533 mm disposable non-rechargeable launchers with SGAPD “Lasta” and 2 x vertical launchers Module D
    The number of missiles will be the same as on project 955, that is 16

    Quote: jaguar
    The most important there will be 20 missiles, as opposed to 16 on the borea.

    16 and not one more. This was refuted in an interview with the director of Sevmash on February 17.02.2013, XNUMX.
  24. Maksus 13 October 2015 16: 55 New
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    It is annoying that there is no system in the names of ships. Either Borey, then Dolgoruky, now Emperor Alexander3. Either in turn (in order of succession), or somehow by epochs. Where then is Rurik or Prophetic Oleg with Vsevolod the Big Nest.
    1. Alexey RA 13 October 2015 19: 08 New
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      Quote: Maksus
      It is annoying that there is no system in the names of ships. Either Borey, then Dolgoruky, now Emperor Alexander3. Either in turn (in order of succession), or somehow by epochs. Where then is Rurik or Prophetic Oleg with Vsevolod the Big Nest.

      This is a special naval system - unsystematic. smile
      We have never had a system with the names of large ships. What is in the RIF, what is in the Navy of the USSR. Even in the seemingly normal name system of pr.1143 “by city”, “Leonid Brezhnev” / “Kuznetsov” suddenly wedged in.
      1. Rader 13 October 2015 21: 09 New
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        Quote: Alexey RA
        Quote: Maksus
        It is annoying that there is no system in the names of ships. Either Borey, then Dolgoruky, now Emperor Alexander3. Either in turn (in order of succession), or somehow by epochs. Where then is Rurik or Prophetic Oleg with Vsevolod the Big Nest.

        This is a special naval system - unsystematic. smile
        We have never had a system with the names of large ships. What is in the RIF, what is in the Navy of the USSR. Even in the seemingly normal name system of pr.1143 “by city”, “Leonid Brezhnev” / “Kuznetsov” suddenly wedged in.

        “You can’t understand Russia with your mind” (c) Well, the fleet - all the more laughing
  25. TanakaKenshin 13 October 2015 16: 56 New
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    My most respected Emperor is the All-Russian Emperor.
    He didn’t like war, but he didn’t give descent to “sworn friends”. :)
  26. Old26 13 October 2015 17: 02 New
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    Quote: Maksus
    It is annoying that there is no system in the names of ships. Either Borey, then Dolgoruky, now Emperor Alexander3. Either in turn (in order of succession), or somehow by epochs. Where then is Rurik or Prophetic Oleg with Vsevolod the Big Nest.

    Borea is the name of the project, not the personal name of the cruiser. Yuri Dolgoruky - the name of the head. And the rest - it is not necessary to give names in chronological order. And about the Prophetic Oleg .. There is a boat with the name "Prince Oleg". What Oleg do you think this boat is named after?
    1. Maksus 13 October 2015 18: 24 New
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      That's what I am talking about - if the project is Borey, then why not give names by the names of the winds (Samum, Khamsin, etc.), if the lead ship is a prince, then let the rest be princes, not Emperors and generals. Something like this.
      1. Disant 13 October 2015 19: 57 New
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        how they begin to stamp boats as sausages, then it will be as you wish ..
  27. dosyl 13 October 2015 17: 23 New
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    Quote: Petr1
    And I would suggest calling it President Putin, what is the point of calling the boat the name of the long-dead king, let him be afraid of President Putin ... soldier

    Stoned, or what? The bream decided to throw the president? Putin is a humble man.
  28. chunga-changa 13 October 2015 18: 36 New
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    I thought they would make the “imperial” TARKR, rename it after repair - “Emperor Peter the First”, “Emperor Alexander the First”, “Emperor Alexander the Third”, but this is also not bad.
    Interestingly, "Empress Catherine II" is the normal name for a warship?)
    1. Alexey RA 13 October 2015 19: 04 New
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      Quote: chunga-changa
      Interestingly, "Empress Catherine II" is the normal name for a warship?)

      It’s quite normal.
      This name was used twice in the RIF of the “steam era":
      EDB "Catherine II": the first full-fledged EDB Black Sea Fleet, leading in a series of 4 ships. The series was distinguished by a reinforced main gun - six 12 "guns in barbet installations.
      LC "Empress Catherine the Great" (originally - "Catherine II"): the third LC of the type "Empress Maria". He fought in WWI as part of the Black Sea Fleet.
  29. roskot 13 October 2015 19: 34 New
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    There would be ships, and the name - in our history of names is enough. And what names.
  30. Old26 13 October 2015 19: 41 New
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    Quote: chunga-changa
    I thought they would make the “imperial” TARKR, rename it after repair - “Emperor Peter the First”, “Emperor Alexander the First”, “Emperor Alexander the Third”, but this is also not bad.

    Most of all, sailors do not like renaming. All atomic names have already been changed once; Peter the Great in general already bears a third name. Want to cross it for the fourth time ???? In addition, two ships in the fleet do not have the same name. "Emperor Alexander the Third" is a boat ...
  31. Old26 13 October 2015 19: 47 New
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    Even in the seemingly normal name system of pr.1143 “by city”, “Leonid Brezhnev” / “Kuznetsov” suddenly wedged in.

    Well, what can we do if we have always found lovers to "bend over". And so there was a slender system, especially for aircraft carriers and helicopter carriers:
    -Moscow
    Leningrad
    -Kiev (construction was not carried out)
    -Kiev
    -Minsk
    -Novorossiysk (laid as Kharkov)
    -Baku
    -Tbilisi
    -Riga
    -Ulyanovsk
    And then the union fell apart and returned the names of Baku, Tbilisi, Riga was somehow not comme il faut
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      Well, what can we do if we have always found lovers to "bend over". And so there was a slender system, especially for aircraft carriers and helicopter carriers:

      Yes, in the original version the system was.
      But here the question arises: why were these the largest ships of the fleet named after the system previously used to name the leaders of the destroyers? smile

      And “Kuznetsov” is a special article ... it’s necessary that even on board the Tavkr there isn’t enough space to write the name of the ship in one line.
      Personal of His Imperial Highness Prince Kearn of the four golden banners of the name of the mountain eagle bomb carrier ... I remember the soldier was forced to memorize by heart ... Private such-and-such, name the personal bomb carrier of his Imperial Highness! And he used to call ... Yes ...
  32. Parsec 13 October 2015 20: 09 New
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    Quote: Nissa-on
    PS Do you know that “Retvisan” in Swedish is “elephant”? ))))


    No. Rattvisa in Swedish Justice, and elephant in Swedish elefant.
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      Good afternoon! As far as it is known, Retvizan is the name of an epic hero-hero in whose honor the battleship was named.
  33. propolsky 13 October 2015 20: 24 New
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    A worthy name in Russian history. Let them build, our history is rich in great names.
  34. Vlad5307 13 October 2015 20: 25 New
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    Quote: Baikonur
    I would also mention Ivan the Terrible at naming!

    It is time to call the names of people more modern to us, namely, the name of the undeservedly slandered I.V. Stalin, in the era of which Russia rebuilt its industry twice in 25 years, like a Phoenix bird from the fire! Then, adherents of Trotsky’s teachings ruined the USSR for 30 years of oblivion this great figure of the USSR. Our political opponents recognized this, while Gorbachev was awarded for the collapse of the USSR! No need to be afraid of your story, you need to be able to be proud of it, then no one will dare to groan and turn it around! soldier
  35. Homegoblin 13 October 2015 20: 59 New
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    :))))))))))))))))))) I’m not afraid for the sake of it, but maintaining the status of "submariners"

    1. A night special communications call woke the commander of the Caspian Flotilla.

    - At the device! said the rear admiral, squinting at his watch.

    “Igor Vladimirovich,” he heard in the pipe the cheerful voice of the Minister of Defense. - Do you still have rusty and non-flying Caliber missiles?

    - These are the ones that fly a maximum of three hundred kilometers? - asked the commander.

    - I got a joke! Well done! - answered Shoigu. - Listen to the battle order!

    Having listened to the order, the rear admiral jumped into his tunic, looked at the photo, where he stood embracing the commanders of the Pacific and Northern fleets and smiled triumphantly:

    - Well, Seryoga and Vovka? Who is "floating in shallow kayak"?

    Five minutes later, the rocket ship of the 11661 Dagestan project made its first launches.

    Ten minutes later, the frustrated Northern Fleet Commander called the Minister of Defense to allow him to support the Caspian sailors ’initiative by launching the Bulava from the Yuri Dolgoruky submarine-launched cruiser.

    - One small start! - Admiral boomed. - One small such "Bulava" ...

    - quit! - Shoigu decisively ordered, imagining a “small Mace” and shuddering. - The whole and united Syria in the region does not mean - Syria, the only surviving in the region. After all, there are still many different and original countries!

    - Yes? - surprised the admiral. “It's just that I can't see the periscope from here, it's to blame!”


    And by noon, the sailor of the rocket ship Arsen Muradov became an icon of the whole of Dagestan, as he managed to write on the cruise missile "Dagi - power!" Before launching


    http://cont.ws/post/133066 - источниг (и полная версия "поржать")
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    Quote: Polar
    "While the Russian emperor is in a binge, Russia can wait."
    The next "Northwind" is probably "Borya E." they will say that “Alexander 3” would not be bored.

    Alexander 3 was certainly not an alcoholic, he loved to drink .. But it was he who carried out the reform of the army. And the navy began to receive armadillos under him. By the way, the reforms were very useful.
  37. Starik72 14 October 2015 02: 11 New
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    That Borey brought in great news !!! But his name was given to him, Tsarist Russia has not existed for almost 100 years, and YOU perpetuate kings who robbed and humiliated people. Better name Joseph Stalin, HE was the great leader of Great Russia - the USSR, and the greatest threat of capitalism and financial oligarchy. It's my opinion. And for this I expect a flurry of MINUSES! Yours faithfully ! Old Man 72.
    1. Sling cutter 14 October 2015 02: 15 New
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      Quote: Starik72
      And for this I expect a flurry of MINUSES!

      Whose is that? catch +, get, sign!
      You wrote it right good
    2. Severomor 14 October 2015 09: 09 New
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      Quote: Starik72
      He was the great leader of Great Russia - the USSR, and the greatest thunderstorm of capitalism and the financial oligarchy.


      This is currently not possible.
      If the Red Army defeated Germany without the Commander-in-Chief, the name of the Chairman of the State Defense Committee is not mentioned at any parade, then what name of the ship could be discussed.
      1. Alexey RA 14 October 2015 18: 02 New
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        Quote: Severomor
        If the Red Army defeated Germany without the Commander-in-Chief, the name of the Chairman of the State Defense Committee is not mentioned at any parade, then what name of the ship could be discussed.

        Wait, not all at once.
        First they returned the full name of the OMSDON - and began to call it again named after Dzerzhinsky.
        Then the full name of the 4th police department returned from nonexistence - named after Andropov. Ohhh ... how many screams were from the unworthy when she was so named at the parade.

        And there, you see, the matter will reach the Supreme Commander-in-Chief and the Chairman of the GKO. They depicted Lavrenty Pavlovich on a fresco at the station in Yekaterinburg:

        By the way, the one standing with its back to the audience is also well recognized - for, despite all the chronological inaccuracies, the scene is depicted of the famous: athletic best friend checks plutonium sphere heating. smile
  38. YaMZ-238 14 October 2015 09: 56 New
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    The next boat should be called Emperor Alexander II ... There was a worthy ruler! He deserved to have such a wonderful boat named after him.
    1. Sergey S. 15 October 2015 09: 11 New
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      This is a joke?
      And then the name of the destroyer of the Great Fleet, created under Catherine, Alexander I?

      Ship names should be treated with caution, without political addiction.
      The sailors are moderately superstitious, and being in a storm with a political slogan on board is not what the Russian sailors deserve.

      And if the power changes, again we will first rename the “Molotov” to “Glory”, and at the next turn, “Glory” to “Moscow”?
  39. Vlad5307 14 October 2015 20: 39 New
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    Better name Joseph Stalin, HE was the great leader of Great Russia - the USSR, and the greatest thunderstorm of capitalism and the financial oligarchy. It's my opinion. And for this I expect a flurry of MINUSES! Yours faithfully ! Old Man 72.

    Do not be timid old man, break through! drinks
  40. Manul 15 October 2015 00: 59 New
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    Eh, I forgot to say the most important thing. No one will read it already. And I would have put Alexander the Second higher than the Third. We’ll configure submarines for all the great ones, but the Second one really did hurt. When everyone is afraid of you, it’s possible to arrange a golden age. Without war. But you try to live without war, when there is no way without it ..