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China is eyeing Russian attack helicopters to give its 'mini aircraft carriers' more punch

China is considering buying three dozen Russian naval attack helicopters, a purchase that would "give wings" to the Chinese military's new generation of amphibious assault ships. Military analysts said the deal for the Russian Ka-52Ks would be the third biggest for China and would signal a closer defence partnership between...
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Crimean Shipyard launches new Karakurt-class corvette built for Russian Navy

Butoma shipyard located in Kerch, Crimea, has held a launching ceremony for the new Karakurt-class corvette Askold built for the Russian Navy. “The launch ceremony was held under the direction of Russian Navy Commander-in-Chief Admiral Nikolai Yevmenov who also inspected the course of surface shipbuilding at the Shipyard and its production capacities,” according to the Crimean State Council’s press office.
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Russian Kerch shipyard floats out Project 22800 corvette Askold

According to information published by Tass on September 22, 2021, the Russian Kerch Shipyard in Crimea has floated the Askold corvette of project 22800, the Crimean State Council said. The Askold is the second project 22800 corvette built by the Kerch Shipyard. The Black Sea fleet said in August that...
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Crimean Shipyards Launches Karakurt-class corvette “Askold”

“The ceremony was held under the supervision of Russian Navy Commander-in-Chief Admiral Nikolai Yevmenov who also inspected the production capacities of the shipyard,”. The Askold is the second project 22800 corvette built by the Kerch Shipyard. “The first warship, the Tsiklon, was floated at the end of last year’s summer...
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Russia's Newest Nuclear Submarine May Have a Secret Mission

Russia's K-329 Belgorod began sea trials in summer 2021. The modified Oscar-II submarine can carry a special payload of nuclear torpedoes or smaller submersibles. Here's What You Need to Know: Unlike most other kinds of submarines, the K-329 Belgorod is able to act as a mothership for a smaller submarine, also nuclear-powered. This smaller submarine is likely capable of very deep dives, which would allow it to conduct a variety of missions on the ocean floor — essentially deep seabed warfare.
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Crimean Shipyard floats out advanced missile corvette for Russian Navy

SIMFEROPOL, September 21. /TASS/. The Kerch Shipyard in Crimea has floated out the Project 22800 latest missile corvette Askold built on order from Russia’s Defense Ministry, the Crimean State Council’s press office reported on Tuesday. “The launch ceremony was held under the direction of Russian Navy Commander-in-Chief Admiral Nikolai Yevmenov...
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Russia Holds Anti-Terror Drills With China, Missile Exercises

The Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO), led by China and Russia, kicked off the Peace Mission 2021 at the Orenburg training grounds in Russia, TASS reported on Monday. In a separate exercise, the Russian Navy will conduct missile fire drills on the Black Sea. Commander of Russia’s Central Military District, Colonel-General...
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Few Worse Ways to Die: The 5 Worst Submarine Disasters of All Time

Even the highest technology nuclear submarines can end up on the ocean floor if the crew isn’t careful or the technology fails. Here's What You Need To Remember: Operating submarines is a risky business under the best of circumstances—and will likely remain so. Since the Second World War, the United...
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Big Tech is battling Russian crackdown on the internet during the elections

The Russian government is increasingly pushing American tech companies, under threat of fines, throttling and prosecution, for local workers to remove content from their platforms ahead of the weekend parliamentary elections. Extensive censorship demands, backed by recently passed laws targeting content deemed illegal, challenge internet companies’ commitment to human rights...
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Russia Once Built a Frisbee-Shaped Warship. It Was a Pretty Big Mistake.

In 1873, the Russian Navy built a monitor with a round, plate-shaped hull. Novgorod carried a battery of two 11-inch guns, giving it potent firepower for its size. Although innovative, the ship's circular hull and other design issues meant that only two of its kind were ever built. One of...
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