Memorial Day for the dead submariners

The profession of a submariner is one of the most difficult, honorable and at the same time heroic. 7 April in Russia celebrate the Day of the memory of the dead submariners. On this day, 7, April, 1989, in the Norwegian Sea, the K-278 nuclear submarine Komsomolets, the deepest in the world, crashed. Recall that the nuclear submarine "Komsomolets" was launched in 1983 year. At that time, it was one of the most advanced nuclear submarines in the world. It was believed that nuclear submarines of this class of years on the 25 ahead of their time. When the nuclear submarine "Komsomolets" was returning from combat duty, there was a fire on it. As a result of the fire, the boat lost buoyancy and sank to the bottom. From the 69 man, the submarine crew killed the 42 man. In May, the Decree of the Presidium of the Supreme Soviet of the USSR “On awarding the Order of the Red Banner to members of the crew of the submarine Komsomolets” was published in May 1989. Six years later, in 1995, 7 of April was declared the Day of Memory of the submariners of the crew of the Komsomolets submarine - the Day of Memory of the dead submariners. This day is inscribed in tragic pages. history Russian naval fleet.


Memorial Day for the dead submariners


The profession of a submariner remains one of the most dangerous military professions. Regardless of whether wartime or peacetime, the sailors of the submarine fleet regularly risk their lives. No one knows if they will be able to return from a hike. And it is very important to remember those people who will never raise a toast on the Day of the Navy, will not do many things that could be done if they choose a different way of life for themselves. But the path chosen by submariners cannot be disregarded. This is the path of risk, the path of courage and military honor. Who in Russia does not even know the names of the submarines that crashed during peacetime. However, can it be peaceful for submariners? After all, the submarines are always on duty, and every day soldiers - submarines carry their service.
After 11 years after the tragedy on the Komsomolets nuclear submarine, a no less terrible story befell the Kursk nuclear submarine. 12 August 2000, the explosion of a torpedo ammunition in the first compartment of the submarine, the entire crew of the submarine, the 118 man, was tragically killed. Officers, warrant officers, sailors of the Russian Navy died in the line of duty, fulfilling their duty to protect the Russian state. As is known, 10 August 2000, according to the plan of the Northern Fleet exercises, the Kursk went to sea to carry out a combat training task near the Kola Bay. The submarine commander was the captain of the 1 rank Gennady Lyachin.

The graduate of the Higher Naval School of Diving named after the Lenin Komsomol Gennady Petrovich Lyachin was 45 years old. Gennady Lyachin was appointed commander of the K-141 nuclear submarine cruiser Kursk in the 1996 year. Over the four years of the Kursk command, 1 rank captain Lyachin managed to turn the submarine into one of the best ships of the Russian Navy. In 1999, the K-141 Kursk was recognized as the best in the 7 Division. 10 August 2000, the Kursk nuclear-powered icebreaker went to the open sea for planned exercises. The tasks of the submarine "Kursk" included the launch of a cruise missile and training torpedo firing at a detachment of warships. The boat could accomplish this goal calmly - after all, on board were the X-NUMX P-24 “Granit” cruise missiles and the 700 torpedoes.

The events of that day developed rapidly. In the 11: 28, the hydroacoustics on the cruiser "Peter the Great" recorded cotton. Commander of the ship "Peter the Great" captain 1 rank Vladimir Katasonov did not attach importance to this clap. The fact that the submarine "Kursk" crashed, the command of the fleet learned in the evening. In 23.00, the submarine commander did not reconnect. In 23.30, the nuclear submarine "Kursk" was declared "emergency". However, rescue work began late. They continued from 13 to 22 in August and were carried out by the forces of the Northern Fleet of the Russian Navy. Only 20 of August, ten days later, the Norwegian vessel Seaway Eagle was allowed to rescue. On board were qualified specialists in the conduct of underwater emergency rescue operations. On August 21, specialists from the Norwegian ship managed to open the aft escape hatch of the nuclear submarine Kursk. However, it was already too late - it remained only to save the bodies of the dead Russian sailors and the documents that were on the nuclear submarine. Six Russian and six Norwegian divers were directly involved in the rescue operation. But their efforts were in vain - already none of the crew members of the Russian submarine could not be saved.

Only a few days after the incident, Russian President Vladimir Putin interrupted his vacation, which he spent in the city of Sochi. The words of the Russian president were spread all over the world - when asked by American TV host Larry King about what happened to the Kursk submarine, the president answered concisely - “She drowned”. Subsequently, these words of the Russian president will be the reason for numerous speculations on the part of his political opponents and opponents. In accordance with the presidential decree of 26.08.2000 No. 1578, everyone on board was posthumously awarded the Order of Courage. The commander of the nuclear submarine "Kursk" captain 1 rank Gennady Lyachin was awarded the title Hero of the Russian Federation posthumously.

The death of the submarine "Kursk" has caused numerous disputes in the top naval leadership of Russia. In 2002, the commander-in-chief of the Russian Navy, Vladimir Kuroyedov, stated that the command had made a number of mistakes, which, however, could not be the cause of the terrible tragedy that unfolded on the Russian submarine. Naturally, after the publication of official data on the death of the submarine "Kursk", the question arose about what could have caused the tragedy. According to the official version sounded by the Prosecutor General of the Russian Federation Vladimir Ustinov, 11 hours 28 minutes 26 seconds Moscow time there was an explosion of the torpedo 65-76А ("Kit") in the torpedo tube number 4 of the nuclear submarine Kursk.

According to another version, which was voiced by Valery Ryazantsev, who was part of the government commission to investigate the causes and circumstances of the catastrophe of the nuclear submarine Kursk, the first explosion of the 65-76 PT torpedo was due to its replenishment with non-greasy high-pressure air. The second explosion, according to this version, occurred due to the collision of a nuclear submarine with the ground. Another, fairly common version, is that the submarine could be torpedoed by an American submarine. However, the official version, voiced by representatives of the Russian authorities, did not support this point of view. Meanwhile, the version of the torpedoing of a Russian nuclear submarine by an American submarine is shared by some foreign analysts and journalists. In particular, the French director Jean-Michel Carré emphasizes that the Russian nuclear submarine Kursk could have been torpedoed by the American submarine Memphis. According to Carr’s version, the Russian leadership did not deliberately voice the version about torpedoing a Russian submarine with an American submarine in order to prevent the deterioration of the already tense relations between the Russian Federation and the United States of America.



Another widespread version suggests the possibility of a collision of a nuclear submarine "Kursk" with a certain underwater object. Thus, the captain of the first rank, Mikhail Volzhensky, who once was a member of a government commission that accepted a submarine from a military industrial enterprise, is convinced that the torpedo in the nuclear submarine apparatus could have jammed due to a strong mechanical strike on the hull. Admiral Vyacheslav Popov, who at that time held the post of commander of the Northern Fleet of the Russian Navy, agreed with this version. Thus, according to the admiral, an unidentified submarine could crash into the "most vulnerable spot" of the nuclear submarine Kursk. Light on the causes of the crash of a Russian nuclear submarine could be shed by the logs of the central nuclear post, the rough logbook, the logbooks of the left and right side control of the Kursk nuclear submarine, which, by the way, were discovered during rescue operations on board the submarine . However, the analysis of these documents did not give naval experts comprehensive information on the causes of the death of the submarine.

As of 19 December 2000, 73 was extracted and 65 bodies of dead officers, warrant officers and sailors of the Russian Navy serving in the Kursk nuclear submarine were identified. By 20 March, 2002 was able to detect and identify the bodies of the 115 dead submariners. It should be noted that the rise of the nuclear submarine "Kursk" was the first operation to lift a nuclear submarine sunken at the depth. The operation to lift the nuclear submarine was carried out for a whole year. As a result of the operation of raising the nuclear submarine Kursk, 115 bodies of dead officers, midshipmen and sailors of the Russian Navy were found and buried. But the three bodies of the victims were never found - these are the bodies of two submariners, Dmitry Kotkov and Ivan Nefedkov, as well as the chief specialist of Dagdiesel, Mamed Hajiyev. At the same time, from the bottom of the Barents Sea, the specialists who conducted the operation to lift the submarine were able to evacuate the potentially dangerous combat reserve of the boat and two nuclear reactors.

The death of the Kursk nuclear submarine was a tragedy not only for seafarers of the Russian submarine fleet and their family members, but also for millions of caring Russian citizens, residents of other states, primarily the republics of the former Soviet Union. Commemorative signs were installed in memory of those killed in a whole number of cities in the country. Among these cities are Moscow, St. Petersburg, Nizhny Novgorod, Zaozersk, Severodvinsk, Sestroretsk, Sevastopol, Kursk, a number of other cities and towns of the Russian Federation. In Volgograd, on the school building number 85, a memorial plaque was opened in honor of its graduate captain 1 rank Gennady Lyachin, who served as commander of the nuclear submarine Kursk. A number of schools in various regions of the Russian Federation are named after the officers and sailors of the nuclear submarine Kursk.

The profession of a seaman - submariner and today is considered one of the most difficult, most risky and honorable military professions. Submariners, regardless of titles, experience and qualifications, are regularly exposed to mortal risk. At any time, a submariner, whether an officer, midshipman, foreman or sailor, can die. This is known and appreciated not only by colleagues, but also by the command of the Navy of the Russian Federation, the leadership of the Russian Federation. But, despite the numerous risks associated with the daily service of submariners, this profession does not cease to be one of the most respected and revered in the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation. As before, thousands of young people are striving to link their life path with service in the submarine forces of the Russian Navy. On Memorial Day for the dead submariners, all of us who are involved in and not involved in this heroic service, it remains to honor the memory of real heroes who gave their lives in the name of our country, who found their last refuge in the depths of the sea. Eternal memory to you, heroes, submariners!
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  1. Dmitry Potapov April 7 2016 06: 15 New
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    I read how I opened the wound. Eternal memory to the crew!
    1. Schultz April 7 2016 10: 51 New
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      Let us remember their brothers by name - in secret and conciliar:
      captain of the 2nd rank Avanesov Oleg Grigoryevich - senior assistant to the submarine commander (buried), Art. sailor Apanasevich Igor Olegovich - commander of the department of steering signalman BS-1 (taken by sea),
      captain of the 2nd rank Babenko Valentin Ivanovich - commander of the BS-5 (buried), midshipman Bondar Sergey Stefanovich - mechanic-turbine technician BS-5 (taken by sea), midshipman Brodsky Yuri Anatolyevich midshipman technician sonar RTS (buried), captain 1st rank Burkulakov Talant Amitzhanovich - head of the political department of the headquarters of the division (interred), Art. Sailor Bukhnikashvili Nadari Otariyevich - batch operator BCh-5 (taken by sea),
      Midshipman Valyavin Mikhail Nikolaevich - technician of the remote control group БЧ-5 (taken by the sea), captain of the 1st rank Vanin Evgeny Alekseevich - submarine commander (taken by the sea), Art. sailor Vershilo Evgeny Edmundovich - electrician БЧ-5 (taken by sea), captain-lieutenant Volkov Nikolay Alekseevich - commander of the electrical group БЧ-5 (put to land), captain 3 ranks Volodin Alexander Vasilievich - commander of БЧ-4 (taken by sea),
      foreman 2 tbsp. Golovchenko Sergey Petrovich - senior cook instructor (interred), sailor Grundul Aleksey Aleksandrovich - torpedo officer БЧ-3 (interred),
      Art. midshipman Elenik Mikhail Anatolyevich - senior cook instructor (buried),
      midshipman Zamogilny Sergey Vasilievich - foreman of a team of electricians БЧ-5 (interred), Lieutenant Zimin Vadim Vladimirovich - communications engineer БЧ-4 (taken by sea),
      captain of the 3rd rank Ispenkov Anatoly Matveyevich - commander of the electromechanical division БЧ-5 (buried),
      midshipman Kapusta Yuri Fedorovich - chief of the secret unit (taken by sea), midshipman Kovalev Gennady Vyacheslavovich - communication technician БЧ-4 (taken by sea), midshipman Kolotilin Vladimir Vasilievich - technician of the remote control group БЧ-5 (taken by sea), midshipman Alexander Krasnobaev - RTS electro-computing group technician (interred), sailor Krasnov Sergey Yuryevich - RTS radiometer (taken by sea), sailor Kulapin Vladimir Yuryevich - turbine driver БЧ-5 (interred),
      captain of the 3rd rank Maksimchuk Yuri Ivanovich - deputy nuclear submarine (taken by sea), captain of the 3rd rank Manyakin Sergey Petrovich - commander of the movement division BC-5 (interred), Art. Lieutenant Markov Sergey Evgenievich - engineer of the electrotechnical group БЧ-5 (interred), sailor Mikhalev Andrei Vyacheslavovich - batch-engine operator БЧ-5 (taken by sea), lieutenant Igor Molchanov - commander of the БЧ-3 (interred)
      captain-lieutenant Yevgeny Vladimirovich Naumenko - commander of the RTS computing group (taken by sea), warrant officer Nakhalov Sergey Vasilievich - foreman of the radio telegraph team BS-4 (interred), captain-lieutenant Nezhutin Sergei Alexandrovich - commander of the OCHNAZ BC-4 (interred),
      captain-lieutenant Smirnov Mikhail Anatolyevich - commander of the BS-1 (interred), captain-lieutenant Speransky Igor Leonidovich - engineer of the sonar group RTS (taken by sea), art. Sailor (midshipman) Sukhanov Valery Ivanovich - cook instructor (taken by sea),
      Art. midshipman Tkach Vladimir Vlasovich - foreman of the crew of signal crews БЧ-1 (taken by the sea), sailor Tkachev Vitaliy Fedorovich - steering-signalman БЧ-1 (taken by the sea),
      sailor Filippov Roman Konstantinovich - electrician БЧ-5 (interred),
      Midshipman Chernikov Sergey Ivanovich - chemical technician CS (buried),
      Art. sailor Shinkunas Stasis Klemensovich - RTS radiometer (taken by sea), Lieutenant Alexander Shostak - engineer of the remote control group БЧ-5 (interred),
      Captain of the 3rd rank Yudin Vyacheslav Aleksandrovich - commander of the survivability division БЧ-5 (taken by sea).
      1. Idiot April 7 2016 11: 19 New
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        As far as I remember, Ispenkov was at the end with diesel engines and died with a boat. Everlasting memory.
      2. Idiot April 7 2016 11: 19 New
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        As far as I remember, Ispenkov was at the end with diesel engines and died with a boat. Everlasting memory.
  2. parusnik April 7 2016 06: 16 New
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    Eternal memory, heroes ..
  3. Andrey Yuryevich April 7 2016 06: 16 New
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    They left. They will never return.
    They do not hug their wives, do not kiss.
    From the threshold of the house they can’t look back,
    And do not open the door with your key.

    They went into immortality, in the lines of letters.
    The sobbing of wives, the wrinkles of mothers.
    Last time the marina let them go
    Into the cold silence of the seas.

    They left ... A mourning shore ...
    Their native port roars with sirens ...
    And wives, children, mothers do not believe
    That the crew will not come back.

    author of the poem Lilia Lycheva
  4. aszzz888 April 7 2016 06: 21 New
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    Remember, mourn. Project 677.
    Third for the dead.
  5. Amurets April 7 2016 06: 27 New
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    Good memory to the submariners! Everyone who died in the war and peacetime. Those who never returned from campaigns. It’s not time to do the analysis today, just on this day you need to remember all the dead submariners in the history of the Russian Submarine.
    1. water April 7 2016 13: 36 New
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      All memory of the dead!
      But, memory was given to us not only in order to remember. It helps to draw conclusions from the experience to go forward without making mistakes that have already taken place!

      Memory! - Concerned about the fate of the subordinates, the commander of the 9 compartment of Kursk, Captain Lieutenant Kolesnikov, even dead, managed to convey to the diver deep-sea boat S. Shmygin a full report on the incident with a detailed list of personnel!
      And what about the living !? - And living at that time, reporting to the Supreme that there was nothing to save, they urgently cut the hull of the rescue submarine for scrap metal and urgently executed documents for the decommissioning of the Karpaty ship-raising ship.
  6. Aaron Zawi April 7 2016 06: 42 New
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    Magomed Gadzhiev: “Nowhere is there such an equality as exists in a submarine, where everyone either wins or dies”
    You can’t say more.
  7. inkass_98 April 7 2016 06: 50 New
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    What can I say: the boat is dying - the whole or almost the entire crew is dying.
  8. kuz363 April 7 2016 06: 56 New
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    For her words, "She drowned!" the president should not have been elected at all. And it was said with a smile! But the Russians are kind, resourceful. All have forgotten!
    I read the detailed explanations of submariners. The Kursk was doomed to collapse. The crew never "!" I didn’t shoot “fatties”, I was not prepared for the specifics of working with peroxide torpedoes. During the investigation, it turned out that the leadership had forged documents to verify the technical condition of the torpedo and staff training. When loading onto a boat, one of the torpedoes was damaged and the resulting microcracks led to the leakage of hydrogen peroxide with the formation of an explosive mixture in the torpedo tube. And there was information that the boat commander wanted to urgently shoot this torpedo, but did not have time. And the quality of non-fat and dirty high-pressure air also played a role. For ordinary torpedoes, this did not matter much, but for peroxide ones it turned out to be tragic. As a result, these most powerful torpedoes were withdrawn from service, which brought great joy to the United States.
    1. Boos
      Boos April 7 2016 07: 15 New
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      We need to see the "Commander of the happy pike" today, your favorite movie ...
    2. go21zd45few April 7 2016 08: 15 New
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      kuz 361. What kind of heresy are you carrying, one of the torpedoes was damaged before the appearance of micro cracks, that it was dropped during loading. You use the information that the media gave out at that time. Yes, and torpedo firing is similar, independent of the design, but the service is different. Kursk died due to the fault of the fleet command that mediocre planned these firing, why were there foreign submarines during the exercises in the training ground there were guard ships, and why the acoustics at Peter the Great qualified cotton and not explosion
      and the commander of the cruiser did not pay attention to this report. But to accept an explosion of such power as cotton is unprofessionalism. I served in the 60s of the last century on the SF platoon in the BCh-3 (mine torpedo) and I know very well how such exercises were conducted. Kursk was sunk due to the illiterate leadership of the fleet command and that mess that existed at that time in all the Armed Forces of Russia. A bright memory to the sailors of the submariners to the end and with honor fulfilling their duty. I wish the current sailors submariners that the number of dives = the number of ascent.
      1. kuz363 April 7 2016 21: 21 New
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        “Yes, and torpedo fires are similar independent of the design.” Nothing of the kind. The preparation of a torpedo for firing depends on the design features. The crew did not know this. And the "fatty" was significantly different from conventional torpedoes. By the way, even Germany in the war tried to use peroxide torpedoes. But due to unstable operation, spontaneous explosions during start-up were later refused
        1. mine April 7 2016 22: 19 New
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          Quote: kuz363
          The crew did not know this. And the "fatty" was significantly different from conventional torpedoes. By the way, even Germany in the war tried to use peroxide torpedoes. But due to unstable operation, spontaneous explosions during start-up were later refused

          DON'T eat nonsense, it hurts
          preparation was carried out both on 7 dpl (including with firing) so ...

          Well, peroxide torpedoes were normally in service with the USA, Sweden, Norway, Denmark, and today - the Polish Navy
          photo from fresh firing peroxide poles recently laid out
      2. dzzen April 8 2016 03: 52 New
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        Research Institute "Gidropribor" does not make bad torpedoes. The real causes of the tragedy are known to those who are supposed to know this, so do not write any heresy about stupidly organized firing and cracks in the dashboard. Just remember the soldiers of Russia.

        R.S. At the time of the tragedy, the boat was at periscope depth, on a command about what happened, Moscow reached everything in a matter of minutes, just if we answered at that moment, maybe no one would have written these comments.
        1. mine April 9 2016 00: 13 New
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          Quote: dzzen
          Research Institute "Gidropribor" does not make bad torpedoes.

          You probably wanted to say that they make VERY bad torpedoes?
          Then - I agree
    3. Finches April 7 2016 08: 27 New
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      kHz 361 But now, when you just need to pay tribute to the memory of the dead sailors, you begin to breed political provocations - why ?? No other forums for this or what?
    4. Serg65 April 7 2016 10: 08 New
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      Quote: kuz363
      For her words, "She drowned!" the president should not have been elected at all. And it was said with a smile! But the Russians are kind, resourceful. All have forgotten!

      Vladimir, it’s a sin to PR on the death of heroes.
      Quote: kuz363
      I read the detailed explanations of submariners. The Kursk was doomed to collapse.

      But this corresponds to the truth and the question arises ... and who did this ????
      In the distant 1983, the submarine K-429 Ave. 670 sank off the coast of Kamchatka, the chief of staff of the 2 fleet, to which the submarine was assigned, was none other than Rear Admiral Erofeev O.A. The death of the boat lies entirely with him and the commander of the caperane N.N. Alkaev In 1992, Erofeev, already in the rank of admiral, became commander of the Northern Fleet. Among the “feats” of this admiral, in particular, the defeat of the 88-th ACC brigade, the ships and divers of this particular brigade could save the surviving crew members, but alas, the ACC not only the Northern Fleet, but the entire Russian fleet at that time simply did not exist.
      1. victorrychkov April 7 2016 22: 09 New
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        As I told the hero of the Soviet Union, Vice Admiral Chernov E.D. when transferring the affairs and responsibilities of the team member 1 PL PL SF Erofeev, (Chernov E.D. had to specially return to his former duty station on the New Year holidays in 1989, because Erofeev did not arrive at the new duty station on time for the duty station), expressed Erofeev his opinion that Komsomomolets is so unique, so you don’t need to drive it like all other boats. It is necessary to accumulate operating experience, so that later when there are others, and a series of 8 units was planned, there would be less problems. Everything else is known and once passed (K-429) non-linear crew - drowning - promotion.
    5. Tatar 174 April 7 2016 12: 19 New
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      Quote: kuz363
      And it was said with a smile! But the Russians are kind, resourceful. All have forgotten!

      I saw and remember, it was just that. Then it hit me very much. Not everyone has forgotten.
      1. Wanderer 2008 April 7 2016 13: 44 New
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        I remember very well with what smirk Larry King asked VV Putin, what they say happened to a submarine. Putin calmly answered such a question with a little emphasis and at the same time, without any smile, as some people think, namely, succinctly answered "She drowned." When Larry King asked his question, do you think you didn’t know what happened to Kursk?
        1. BIGLESHIY April 7 2016 15: 51 New
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          Quote: Wanderer 2008
          I remember very well with what smirk Larry King asked VV Putin, what they say happened to a submarine. Putin calmly answered such a question with a little emphasis and at the same time, without any smile, as some people think, namely, succinctly answered "She drowned." When Larry King asked his question, do you think you didn’t know what happened to Kursk?


          Where Larry’s grin is not visible, but Vova’s grin is visible to everyone.
    6. Rezident007 April 7 2016 13: 32 New
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      It is especially worrying that when they raised KURSK, the right side was categorically forbidden to take pictures and videos .. and there was a round hole, concave inward ... it terribly becomes that its US submarines have "harpoiled" ...
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    8. mine April 7 2016 20: 00 New
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      Quote: kuz363
      For her words, "She drowned!" the president should not have been elected at all. And it was said with a smile! But the Russians are kind, resourceful. All have forgotten!

      In the story with Kursk, the President behaved quite worthily.
      The only moment is the mass dismissal at the end after Ryazatsev’s stupid and deceitful slander, where the fleet lost a number of strong and promising commanders, the loss of which has still plagued him.
      As for the "phrase" - what was the question - that’s the answer.

      П
      When loading onto a boat, one of the torpedoes was damaged and the resulting microcracks led to the leakage of hydrogen peroxide with the formation of an explosive mixture in the torpedo tube. And there was information that the boat commander wanted to urgently shoot this torpedo, but did not have time. And the quality of non-fat and dirty high-pressure air also played a role.

      these are nonsense not related to reality
    9. mult-65 April 7 2016 22: 00 New
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      And what does the new 8-month-old Pres have to do with it? He at this time with the Family was biting for power.
    10. vovanpain 3 December 2016 15: 28 New
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      Quote: kuz363
      For her words, "She drowned!" the president should not have been elected at all. And it was said with a smile! But the Russians are kind, resourceful. All have forgotten!

      In memory of the dead submariners, not only the Kursk nuclear submarine, but everyone who hasn’t returned from the campaign, let's not mix in the respected policy, we will discuss it in another topic. Regards, colleague. hi Eternal memory, REMEMBER!
  9. crasever April 7 2016 07: 12 New
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    Glory to our sailors !!! Eternal memory to those who didn’t return from the campaign ... And the submariners, who terrify the enemies of Russia, wish the fulfillment of the two cherished desires of each underwater knight - to drown the enemy aircraft carrier and carry out the "dead loop" on the submarine!
  10. Lyton April 7 2016 07: 15 New
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    The kingdom of heaven is to all the dead submariners, we probably don’t know the truth about Kursk during our lifetime, maybe our grandchildren will be told the real reason for this tragedy.
  11. avg-mgn April 7 2016 07: 24 New
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    The memory of the Kursk is not only the memory of the lost crew, but also the memory of the time when it could hardly have happened otherwise, the whole fleet (and not only the fleet) could suffer the same fate. "Kursk" shook the army and navy from hibernation and gouging, made a lot to reconsider and rethink. Good memory to the crews of the dead boats ...
  12. annodomene April 7 2016 07: 27 New
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    Eternal memory to submariners ... And in general to everyone who died in the ocean ...

    Only BZ and NR did not "evacuate" anyone from the bottom of the sea, this is impossible. We did this a little later, after raising the floor.
    "... logs of the central atomic station ..." - there are no such ones as the "atomic station" itself, "... a rough logbook ..." does not exist, there is a logbook of the LOCAL central station, "... logs of the control of the port and starboard of a nuclear submarine ... "- probably I mean the logbooks of the control panel of the power plant of the starboard and port side. Sorry, I grumble like an old man, for order.

    Everlasting memory...
  13. avg-mgn April 7 2016 07: 45 New
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    Quote: Lyton
    The kingdom of heaven is to all the dead submariners, we probably don’t know the truth about Kursk during our lifetime, maybe our grandchildren will be told the real reason for this tragedy.

    To my shame, I can’t insert links to videos, so just type in the search - Kursk - a submarine in troubled waters. and look.
    1. Amurets April 7 2016 08: 03 New
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      https://yandex.ru/search/?lr=77&msid=22878.14478.1460002485.57198&text=курск+под
      water + boat + in + muddy + water + watch + online & suggest_reqid = 386
      I will help you. Here is the link.
  14. Ozhogin Dmitry April 7 2016 07: 45 New
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    I don’t understand how people on the submarine serve ... Honor and praise!
    1. Midshipman April 7 2016 08: 20 New
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      There is such a profession, to defend the homeland! soldier
    2. plut-k April 7 2016 12: 19 New
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      serve well
  15. Pvi1206 April 7 2016 07: 51 New
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    The danger of the profession of a submariner lies in the fact that he has to stay in an environment unusual for a person (under water) on a very complicated technical device (submarine). There, security depends on each crew member (100 people or more). Therefore, there is a great risk associated not only with technology, but also with the human factor, which can be either unintentional or intentional.
    In case of an accident, it is necessary to have a sufficient number of surface rescue ships with the necessary equipment. To have time to provide assistance in an acceptable time frame.
    In recent years, more attention has been paid to this problem.
    Let's hope that such accidents do not recur in our country.
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      Therefore, there is a big risk

      not bigger than miners

      In general, the theme of the “heroism” of submariners is exaggerated and unreasonably inflated, but when accidents created by the “heroes of the ocean depths” attach themselves to this, it’s generally a game.
  16. cniza April 7 2016 07: 59 New
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    Eternal memory to all the fallen, thanks and deep bow to all who continue their work.
  17. OlegV April 7 2016 08: 04 New
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    Nobody is forgotten, nothing is forgotten....

    Eternal memory to you, submariner heroes!
  18. Borz April 7 2016 08: 07 New
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    Eternal memory to the dead submariners. Rest in peace. Remember you.
  19. Pinkie F. April 7 2016 08: 08 New
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    Memory and pride.
  20. Volga Cossack April 7 2016 08: 43 New
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    Eternal Memory! Remember!
  21. Villiam wolf April 7 2016 09: 18 New
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    Close familiar with some members of the State. commission on the investigation of the death of nuclear submarines and weapons developers TsNII Gidropribor. From personal conversations with Them I can draw a not comforting conclusion for myself - the "Incident" resulting in the death of the Sailors and the Premier League is a combination of negligence and slovenliness that reigned at that moment on the breathing fleet, operating mainly due to the dedication and patriotism of the Officers themselves, Michmans and Sailors who did not escape in difficult times for the country from their "combat post".
    For the reason that I heard from the lips of the participants in the investigation, I can only say that the truth about the death of the nuclear submarines will not be declassified soon, and all the “conspiracy” versions on the causes of the death of the nuclear submarines will remain unverified versions!
    1. ametist415 April 7 2016 11: 12 New
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      Yes, the American submarine drowned her.

      According to comments on various articles about the Russian Navy, people think that we will drown the entire US carrier fleet with such ease that it’s just ridiculous to talk about it. One “Peter the Great” is worth it, and even “Kuzya”, the American AV “Carl Vinson” is not suitable for him, and you write that our fleet is breathing well and sloppiness.
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      What are the members of the State Commission ???, what are the developers of the Central Research Institute "Gidropribor", what are you writing, Gidropribor is a regime facility where the workers of the second floor do not know what they are doing on the third floor. GWP + specialists from Rubin worked on the boat with documentation on the facility. Everyone who was involved in this work gave a non-disclosure subscription. Do not write heresy, there was no negligence and sloppiness in the crew of the Kursk crew, there was courage and heroism of people who had paid off their debt to the homeland and worthily met death after an accident in compartment 9.
  22. biserino April 7 2016 09: 33 New
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    In case of an accident, it is necessary to have a sufficient number of surface rescue ships with the necessary equipment. To have time to provide assistance in an acceptable time frame.


    +1
  23. archi.sailor April 7 2016 10: 57 New
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    Eternal memory to submariners ... And in general to everyone who died in the ocean ...

    Only BZ and NR did not "evacuate" anyone from the bottom of the sea, this is impossible. We did this a little later, after raising the floor.
    "... logs of the central atomic station ..." - there are no such ones as the "atomic station" itself, "... a rough logbook ..." does not exist, there is a logbook of the LOCAL central station, "... logs of the control of the port and starboard of a nuclear submarine ... "- probably I mean the logbooks of the control panel of the power plant of the starboard and port side. Sorry, I grumble like an old man, for order.

    Everlasting memory...

    subscribe to every word.
    Everlasting memory...
    about-grumbling old-fashioned-ganged))) lol lol Grandpa))))
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      With an amendment to the terminology, I agree, the third for the guys who did not return ....
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      With an amendment to the terminology, I agree, the third for the guys who did not return ....
  24. sir_obs April 7 2016 11: 45 New
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    And even the dead, we strive forward in the stuffy compartments, the living will get the honor, and the dead do not need orders

    Raise the cup for those who are at sea, on duty and who are no longer with us
  25. Doctor Evil April 7 2016 11: 59 New
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    As far as I remember, the seventh of April is a fateful date for divers of the whole world. And it doesn’t matter for ours or not ours. Sailors do not die, they go to sea and do not return.
  26. navy33 April 7 2016 12: 16 New
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    Eternal Memory to Heroes Submariners !!! You won’t melt everyone! And whoever is alive, we will always remember you.
  27. 955535 April 7 2016 12: 42 New
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    Unfortunately, each tragedy has a specific name and surname, often not one. As the Commander-in-Chief of the Navy S. Gorshkov said: "There is no accident justified and inevitable."
  28. AAV
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    You heard the silence ring
    In the underwater little world
    When the depth lies beneath you
    Two and a half miles?


    You heard an air whistle in the bulkhead,
    When tearing the cremallera at the hatch,
    Feeling light cotton in the membranes
    Do you step into the emergency compartment?


    You heard the sound of silence in the compartments
    When will the AZ fall on two sides?
    You saw the horror in the eyes of man
    When is the aorta clenched by the hand of death?


    You felt the agility of minutes
    Insomnia sticky lips?
    And what does it mean to pull the air drop by drop,
    Gritting teeth with powerlessness?


    You saw the color under the water of darkness
    From black to black her modulations?
    You didn’t feel like smelling flowers,
    To become the happiest in the world?


    And I still dreamed green grass
    At the last moment of despair.
    And if you appreciate all this,
    Have a moment of silence!

    Unfortunately I do not remember the author. The poem was published in the magazine "Soviet Warrior"
    in the early 90s.
  29. fomin April 7 2016 15: 38 New
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    "The second explosion, according to this version, occurred due to a collision of a nuclear submarine with the ground" Weight "Kursk" in the underwater position of 23860 tons, a speed of at least 3 knots. According to V. Ryazantsev, the angle of incidence was 40-45 degrees, with an “impact” on the bottom, an explosion occurred with a power of 1500-2000 kg in TNT equivalent. gentlemen, who ever found a small funnel at the bottom?
  30. Kudrevkn April 7 2016 16: 59 New
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    ETG commander Serge Markov, graduated from the electric faculty in 1984. knew him well. He died, trying to put out the fire in the feed power plant - they did not have enough time and energy! Eternal memory to them!
  31. Koshak April 7 2016 17: 33 New
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    V. Vysotsky:

    We go under the water
    In neutral water.
    We can by year
    Spit on the weather, -
    And if they cover it -
    Locators will howl
    About our misfortune.

    Save our souls!
    We rave from suffocation.
    Save our souls!
    Hurry to us!
    Hear us on land -
    Our SOS is all muffled, muffled, -
    And horror cuts souls
    In half ...

    And the aorta is torn
    But upstairs - do not dare!
    There on the left side,
    There on the right side,
    There, right along the way -
    Interferes with the passage
    Horned death!

    Save our souls!
    We rave from suffocation.
    Save our souls!
    Hurry to us!
    Hear us on land -
    Our SOS is all muffled, muffled, -
    And horror cuts souls
    In half ...

    But here we are - free, -
    After all, this is our world!
    Are we crazy, or something, -
    Float in the minefield!
    "Well, no tantrums!
    We’ll crash into the shore, "-
    The commander said.

    Save our souls!
    We rave from suffocation.
    Save our souls!
    Hurry to us!
    Hear us on land -
    Our SOS is all muffled, muffled, -
    And horror cuts souls
    In half ...

    We will rise at dawn -
    An order is an order!
    To die in color -
    Better in the light!
    Our path is not marked ...
    We have nothing ... We have nothing! ..
    But remember us!

    Save our souls!
    We rave from suffocation.
    Save our souls!
    Hurry to us!
    Hear us on land -
    Our SOS is all muffled, muffled, -
    And horror cuts souls
    In half ...

    Here we go upstairs.
    But there is no way out!
    Here is the full shipyard!
    Tense nerves.
    The end to all sorrows
    Ends and beginnings -
    We rush to the quays
    Instead of torpedoes!

    Save our souls!
    We rave from suffocation.
    Save our souls!
    Hurry to us!
    Hear us on land -
    Our SOS is all muffled, muffled, -
    And horror cuts souls
    In half ...

    Save our souls!
    Save our souls...
  32. okroshka79 April 7 2016 19: 00 New
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    Dear fellow forum users! Let us not discuss the problems of our submarine fleet on this mournful day. Just remember those submariners who defended our homeland and its state interests in the water depths and did not return to their native harbor. Eternal memory to them! And to discuss problems and shortcomings - another time. I suggest that an experienced, competent and unbiased submariner prepare an objective article on the accident rate of our submarines and discuss and express their opinions there.
  33. Impulsiver April 7 2016 19: 07 New
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    Quote: Serg65
    Quote: kuz363
    For her words, "She drowned!" the president should not have been elected at all. And it was said with a smile! But the Russians are kind, resourceful. All have forgotten!

    Vladimir, it’s a sin to PR on the death of heroes.
    Quote: kuz363
    I read the detailed explanations of submariners. The Kursk was doomed to collapse.

    But this corresponds to the truth and the question arises ... and who did this ????
    In the distant 1983, the submarine K-429 Ave. 670 sank off the coast of Kamchatka, the chief of staff of the 2 fleet, to which the submarine was assigned, was none other than Rear Admiral Erofeev O.A. The death of the boat lies entirely with him and the commander of the caperane N.N. Alkaev In 1992, Erofeev, already in the rank of admiral, became commander of the Northern Fleet. Among the “feats” of this admiral, in particular, the defeat of the 88-th ACC brigade, the ships and divers of this particular brigade could save the surviving crew members, but alas, the ACC not only the Northern Fleet, but the entire Russian fleet at that time simply did not exist.

    I must add that it was Erofeev who was responsible for the death of the Komsomolets nuclear submarine, because being the commander of the 1th fleet of the Northern Fleet nuclear submarine, which included the Komsomolets nuclear submarine, fired the 604 crew with the faulty gas analyzer in the XN m compartment, which, under the circumstances, was the catalyst for the disaster. For the criminal negligence of the higher command, the crew had to pay 7 with their lives and unique deep-sea atomarina ... Eternal memory to the little brothers!
  34. tank64rus April 7 2016 19: 09 New
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    Eternal Memory of the Fallen and Glory to all living submariners!
  35. Roust April 7 2016 19: 11 New
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    Sleep well, Brothers ..... Eternal Memory to you ....
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  37. Thunderbolt April 7 2016 21: 16 New
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    Bright memory to everyone who has not returned home
  38. Yugra April 7 2016 23: 43 New
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    Eternal memory to submariners who did not return from the campaign ...
  39. kig
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    In fact, the fact that the Soviet submarine fleet takes first place in the world in terms of accident rate is a shame. Especially if you read about some accidents, such as the death of K-429.
    1. okroshka79 April 8 2016 10: 27 New
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      Only not the entire submarine fleet. Because the submarine fleet is not only maritime submariners, it’s their sometimes mediocre commanders of formations like Erofeev, they are designers, “zander” and many more who are involved in submarines. No need to generalize! I am sure that you did not have to breathe a couple of three-seven months with a boat “aroma”. Each and every member of the crews of our submarines honestly and selflessly fulfilled their military duty. Honor and praise be to them. Alive and dead. All accident issues are not for them. Shame on you for such a scribble.
      1. mine April 9 2016 00: 10 New
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        that's just no need to lie
        Quote: okroshka79
        Each and every member of the crews of our submarines honestly and selflessly fulfilled their military duty. Honor and praise be to them. Alive and dead. All accident issues are not for them.

        no matter what Erofeev’s sins were, it was Suvorov who tore the K-429 off the pier, and it was SKTr (??? Kadantsev ???) on the “Fin” that deprived the ventilation ring (which became the MAIN source of water supply) FOR THE BOARD
  40. okroshka79 April 9 2016 10: 01 New
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    And no one is lying! But you are rude to everyone. The most competent and faultless you are ours! I did not serve in submarines, I did not get it. There were other duty stations in the navy. But the same Suvorov and very often other officials, circumstances pushed for such violations. Moreover, they were not sinners in this, but the higher-ranking responsible leaders. Because the well-known slogan of the Commander-in-Chief Gorshkov was in effect, obviously known to you, who completely untied the hands of zealous special officers, political agencies, prosecutors and took away from under the attack the designers who made mistakes in the design of ships and weapons, responsible for the education and training of direct ship operators, obviously which you relate to. Therefore, the personnel were always to blame. Do not stir up the ashes of midshipman Kadantsev and other dead submariners! You too are guilty of their death.
    1. Serg65 April 9 2016 11: 20 New
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      And no one is lying! But you are rude to everyone.

      hi Welcome namesake! Do not pay attention to this "creature", there were subserals, arrogant and upstarts, there are and always will be, and why waste your nerves on them? Let's get a third for those who are at sea .... without clinking glasses! drinks
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        better on the third for those who are at sea

        Quote: Serg65
        better on the third for those who are at sea

        Monsieur, yes YOU are dumb like a cork drunk!
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          Monsieur, yes YOU are dumb like a cork drunk!

          laughing Yeah, the mold is sharper than you and you don’t need dandruff to croak here about the mediocrity of Russian submariners! angry
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            it looks like YOU have "snapped up" to "squirrels"
            I didn’t write such crap
            Quote: Serg65
            about the mediocrity of Russian submariners! angry

            this is YOUR personal drunk nonsense and nonsense
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              Quote: mina
              this is YOUR personal drunk nonsense and nonsense

              laughing I understand that you are illegitimate? In another case, your mom would definitely have an abortion bully You’re whipping everywhere that you can’t live without the sea, but tell me where are you unfinished where you were "baptized" with?
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                whips - it's stupid diarrhea in YOU
    2. mine April 9 2016 12: 48 New
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      Monsieur - wipe your snot and drool
      Quote: okroshka79
      I did not serve in submarines, I did not get it. There were other duty stations in the navy.

      noticeably
      apparently dumps were in charge: lol:
      But the same Suvorov and very often other officials, circumstances pushed for such violations. Moreover, they were not sinners in this, but the higher-ranking responsible leaders.

      Wait, burst into tears
      from pity :)))
      Monsieur, what is it to refuse to make a record of readiness for battle, campaign, immersion, I know not from other people's words, but personally. And that’s how they “press and press”, too. Only now this record was made only AFTER the actual elimination of a serious malfunction by my l / s and the actual readiness for exit. Moreover, the "pressers" "for some reason" have a real desire to realize threats "You will now report to the Group Commander why the exit is frustrated" did not arise. It is very likely because in that situation he himself would have asked these bosses the question of whether they should go out with such a malfunction.
      he untied his hands to zealous special police officers, political agencies, prosecutors and escaped from the strike designers who made mistakes in the design of ships and weapons, responsible for the education and training of direct ship operators, obviously to which you belong

      Monsieur, after one of my "technical experiments" at the Pacific Fleet Group on arming the Malachite, Nikolaev urgently TORNED out one ALREADY-MOUNTED system from Severodvinsk - these are just one example, and by no means the most weighty


      You grunted something at Kadantsev - but didn’t he drown both the NPS and people when he pulled the water into the compartment stupidly and with CARE?
      Why did people run at my workings on BZZH and in masks with “eyes” sealed up (working off in conditions of zero visibility), and MTP with heaters (when practicing a pain with water), manual control of mechanisms? more precisely why I have - it is clear - SO NECESSARY. only here "for some reason" some "talked" about it. But they were always guilty. SOMEONE ELSE
      1. okroshka79 April 9 2016 21: 40 New
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        Well, that you without brakes in dealing with strangers and rude endlessly, there is no point in repeating. But it’s still worth it to cool down and reflect on your behavior. Maybe your son, a submarine officer of the Northern Fleet, is also reading your fast turns now. And, if he is a little more polite than you, then I am sure he will be ashamed of you. Personally, I am ashamed of you, because all this material is in the public domain and what does a simple layman think about navy people? And personally, I had to meet abruptly yours. Nothing, survived, as a result, satisfied with the service. And now, about the cowardice of the midshipman who died on Komsomolets. So that’s what I will say. I do not blame him. Firstly, it’s blasphemous to say bad things about the deceased. Not Christian. Secondly, I don’t condemn even the midshipman Shuportyak from the “Valiant” BOD, who escaped at the time of the accident and the development of the disaster. Especially. that he did not die and does not live badly in the glorious hero city of Sevastopol. And that's why. But because these people were in a situation of mortal danger and few, if not at all, were prepared for this by their commanders. . Because ONLY the moral and psychological selection of sailors was not carried out and, moreover, no one was engaged in instilling moral and psychological stability in extreme situations. One chatter. The fact that your sailors trained in the struggle for survivability with eyes glued is an honor and praise for this, but in these trainings they were not in danger of death. But every Monday, under your guidance, the sailors of your crew shoved stupid material from the FAC of the "Animal Face of American Imperialism" type. As if the beast has a face! Or forced to take notes of the work of the Leader of the world proletariat of the type "Letter from the workers and peasants about the victory over DENIKIN." And such works I personally came across. Or during classes in the specialty, and, especially, physical exercises, on which moral-volitional qualities are instilled, the sailors did not remove snow from the berths? Give up! Or did you, our saint, never fill out a concrete precinct (ship, warhead) and other documentation the night before the check by the higher headquarters? Or, for example, didn’t they solve in reverse, without leaving the cabin, twenty-five astronomical tasks for VAS-58? Of course, there were TCBs, and in the submarines TA and tube. But all this was not scary, personally to me, so for sure, no. So take it easy! And do not engage in moral deceit and dousing people who you have no idea about. So the trouble is not far away. I believe that this discussion should be completed. You can hysteria, swear, anything, now you are just ridiculous to me.
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    based on Romanov’s book about Komsomolets
    VVMU named after Frunze, 1 course, the very first lecture on TUZhK
    cap.1 of the rank of Zakharov (shortly before that, Deputy Head of the TUZhK Department at the Baku Higher Military School), asked a question about Romanov’s book.
    The answer is literal:
    This is a slap in the face of the entire naval officer corps.
    But the slap is absolutely deserved.
    I gave it to my son, an officer on 667BDRM, with the order to re-read before each autonomous
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    I wrote this to the Kursk, about six months ago. I was 18 years old then, so do not judge strictly. And I wrote in memory of all our dead submariners.

    The submarine didn’t return to the pier,
    And the seagulls scream again
    The old winch is bent
    Comrades guys are not waiting.

    Poor old midshipman smoked
    For the first time I lost my son,
    He received the paper personally,
    And his pain didn’t abate.

    They performed with an orchestra at sea
    They shouted to them for a long time: "Forward!"
    But the evil miles hid the strata
    Father will not come to daughter.

    Friends mates do not wait
    Just look sad at the ocean.
    There, under water, they press the depths,
    The cruiser is now given to Puchin!

    With great respect and recognition to all of our lost submariners

    Khandoga Dmitry Alexandrovich (Fuzeler), St. Petersburg