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Russian Navy to build new divers training center in Sevastopol in 2021

According to information published by the Russian press agency TASS on December 3, 2020, a working group of officers from the Navy’s main command being led by Navy Deputy Commander-in-Chief Vice-Admiral Vladimir Kasatonov has checked the construction of new infrastructural facilities at the rescuer and diver training center of the Navy’s Joint Training Center, the Russian Defense Ministry’s press office said.


According to information published by the Russian press agency TASS on December 3, 2020, a working group of officers from the Navy’s main command being led by Navy Deputy Commander-in-Chief Vice-Admiral Vladimir Kasatonov has checked the construction of new infrastructural facilities at the rescuer and diver training center of the Navy’s Joint Training Center, the Russian Defense Ministry’s press office said.
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Russian Vyborg Shipyard laid the Purga ice class coastguard ship of project 23550 925 001Russian divers from the 17th Navy Diving School of the Black Sea Fleet. (Picture source Russian MoD)


“Kasatonov heard a report by Chief of the Navy’s rescuer and diver training center Captain 1st Rank Vladimir Zhuk on the construction of the new facility. He checked the construction work, examined pier facilities currently being built, as well as logistics support, training, and social infrastructure facilities,” the press office said.

A barrack for 380 servicemen and some other infrastructural facilities will be built on the premises of the rescuer and diver training center by the end of the second quarter of 2021.

According to the schedule, the construction work will be completed in the third quarter of 2021, which will allow servicemen of the training center to start full-fledged training in a new training year.

“The new training center will bring diver training and conversion to a completely new quality level. It will allow training highly-experienced specialists for the Northern, Pacific, Black Sea, Baltic Fleets and the Caspian Flotilla all year round,” Navy Commander-in-Chief Admiral Nikolai Yevmenov said.


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