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Three Russian nuclear submarines surfaced for the first time in the Arctic for the first time


For the first time, three nuclear-powered submarines of Russia surfaced from under the ice in the Arctic at a distance of up to 300 m from each other. The Commander-in-Chief of the Russian Navy, Nikolai Evmenov, reported this to Russian President Vladimir Putin.

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“As part of the Arctic expedition, for the first time in the history of the Russian Navy, three nuclear submarines surfaced from under the ice in a limited area with a radius of 300 meters,” he said.

Evmenov also reported that during the expedition, “practical torpedo firing by a nuclear submarine from under the ice was carried out, followed by equipment of a hole at the torpedo’s ascent point and its ascent to the surface.”

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In total, the Umka-2021 Arctic expedition involves more than 600 military and civilian personnel and about 200 models of weapons, military and special equipment.

During the expedition, 43 events are envisaged, of which 35 have already been completed.

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Source site russian.rt.com

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