Severodvinsk

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, the administrative center of the oblast. As of the 2010 Census (Russian Census (2010)), the population was 192,353. History The territories around the North Dvina were discovered at the start of the first millennium by Vikings. British and Norman Severodvinsk—test of strength (Russian), "Pravda Severa" publishing house, 1998 ships came to these places


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aircraft, we won't build anything like that", said Admiral Masorin (Vladimir Masorin). The planned specifications reflect the role, traditional in the Russian Navy, of the aircraft carrier as an air support platform for guided missile cruisers and submarines. Background Work on building the submarine ''Kursk'' began in 1990 at Severodvinsk, near Arkhangelsk. Launched in 1994, it was commissioned in December of that year. It was the penultimate of the large Oscar-II class submarines to be designed and approved in the Soviet era. At 154m long and four stories high it was the largest attack submarine ever built. The outer hull, made of high-nickel, high-chrome (Chromium) content stainless steel Administratively, the coast and the islands belong to Primorsky District (Primorsky District, Arkhangelsk Oblast) of Arkhangelsk Oblast.


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Administratively, the coast and the islands belong to Primorsky District (Primorsky District, Arkhangelsk Oblast) of Arkhangelsk Oblast.


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"). K-27 was towed to a special training area in the Kara Sea and scuttled there on 6 September 1982 in the point 72°31'N 55°30'E (north-east coast of Novaya Zemlya, Stepovoy Bay) at a depth 33 m only (in contravention of an IAEA requirement which asked to scuttle the submarine somewhere at a depth not less than 3,000–4,000 m). К-27 проект 645 Background Construction of the nuclear submarine ''K-407'' ''Novomoskovsk'' began at the Northern Machinebuilding Enterprise (Sevmash) in Severodvinsk on February 2, 1987, Korabli VMF SSSR Vol. 1, Part 1, Yu. Apalkov, Sankt Peterburg, 2002, ISBN 5-8172-0069-4 and it became part of the Soviet Navy on November 27, 1990. She was the last of seven 667BDRM ''Delfin'' submarines and the last SSBN submarine built in the USSR. This class of submarines was developed at the Rubin Design Bureau in 1975 and is considered one of the most successful Soviet submarine missile carrier designs. "667BDRM Dolphin DELTA IV". ''GlobalSecurity.org''. 250px right thumb The VMF Typhoon class submarine (File:Typhoon3.jpg), is nuclear powered and the world's largest-displacement submarine. Submarine Milestones -- Largest Subs; 1981: Typhoon Class (Soviet and Russian) National Geographic At the height of the Cold War, approximately five to ten nuclear submarines were being commissioned from each of the four Soviet submarine yards (Sevmash in Severodvinsk, Admiralteyskiye Verfi in St. Petersburg, Krasnoye Sormovo in Nizhny Novgorod, and Amurskiy Zavod in Komsomolsk-on-Amur). From the late 1950s through the end of 1997, the Soviet Union, and later Russia, built a total of 245 nuclear submarines, more than all other nations combined. CNS - Resources on Russian Nuclear Submarines birth_date Administratively, the coast and the islands belong to Primorsky District (Primorsky District, Arkhangelsk Oblast) of Arkhangelsk Oblast.


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and at Sevmashpredpriyatiye (SEVMASH — Northern Machine-building Enterprise), Severodvinsk. The lead unit was a Project 705 design and all subsequent were 705K. The first vessel was commissioned in 1971. Project 705 boats were intended to be experimental platforms themselves, to test all innovations and rectify their faults, that would afterwards found a new generation of submarines. This highly experimental nature mostly predetermined their future


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of the large Oscar-II class submarines to be designed and approved in the Soviet era. At 154m long and four stories high it was the largest attack submarine ever built. The outer hull, made of high-nickel, high-chrome (Chromium) content stainless steel gap to the


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Russia Oryol, Oryol Oblast, Russia * '''K-159''' was a Project 627A "Kit" (NATO reporting name November class (November class submarine)) nuclear-powered submarine of the Soviet Northern Fleet. Her keel was laid down on 15 August 1962 at the Severodvinsk "Sevmash" Shipyard No. 402. She was ship naming and launching launched

known by the NATO reporting name "Delta-I") ballistic missile submarine of the Soviet Navy. Development of Project 667B began in 1965. Her keel was laid down in 1971 by Sevmash at the Severodvinsk shipyard. She was launched in January 1972, and commissioned in the Soviet Northern Fleet on 22 December 1972. The spent fuel storage sites include Murmansk, which is also a shipyard and base for ''Arktika'' (Arktika class icebreaker) nuclear-powered icebreakers


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of the large Oscar-II class submarines to be designed and approved in the Soviet era. At 154m long and four stories high it was the largest attack submarine ever built. The outer hull, made of high-nickel, high-chrome (Chromium) content stainless steel Administratively, the coast and the islands belong to Primorsky District (Primorsky District, Arkhangelsk Oblast) of Arkhangelsk Oblast.


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cathedral of St. Nicholas was built in 1670-74, preceded by the Assumption church (1664–1667), to which it is joined by a gallery. Several decades later, the walls and towers were built of timber; the best preserved of these towers was transported by the Soviets to Kolomenskoye, Moscow, where it still remains. Severodvinsk is the second largest city in Arkhangelsk Oblast. Its main industry remains defense related — the construction and repair of submarines at the huge Northern Machinebuilding Enterprise-SEVMASH (Sevmash) (Северное Машиностроительное Предприятие-СЕВМАШ). The Soviet Union's first nuclear submarine ''Leninsky Komsomol (Soviet submarine K-3 Leninsky Komsomol)'' was built here in 1957 and at the beginning of the 1980s, the world's largest submarine, Typhoon class submarine, was also built here, later recorded in the Guinness Book of World Records. Modern city The modern city of Severodvinsk was developed in the Soviet period. As it began to be built it was called '''Sudostroy''' ( Administratively, the coast and the islands belong to Primorsky District (Primorsky District, Arkhangelsk Oblast) of Arkhangelsk Oblast.


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on 6 June 1963, and commissioned (ship commissioning) on 9 October 1963. The keel of the K-27 was laid down on 15 June 1958 at Severodvinsk Shipyard No. 402. K-27 Project 645. Deepstorm.ru. Retrieved on 8 November 2011. She was launched on 1 April 1962, and she went into service as an experimental "attack submarine" on 30 October 1963. ref name "K-27" >

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