The strategic nuclear-powered missile submarine “Alexander Nevsky”, after long-term missions at sea, returned to its permanent base in Kamchatka. This was reported by the press service of the Pacific Fleet (Pacific Fleet) on Thursday, September 24.
It is noted that at the pier the submariners were met by the commander of the submarine forces of the Pacific Fleet, Vice Admiral Vladimir Dmitriev. At a solemn meeting, he congratulated the sailors on the successful completion of the tasks, and also, according to tradition, presented the cruiser commander, Captain 1st Rank Sergei Mokeev, with a roast pig, writes TASS.
The cruiser “Alexander Nevsky” is a Russian nuclear submarine of the fourth generation, the second ship of the project 955 “Borey”.
In July, it was reported that the strategic missile submarine Knyaz Vladimir had arrived at the main submarine base of the Russian Northern Fleet, Gadzhievo, in the Murmansk region.