In the midst of Ukraine-Russia tensions, Russia's improved Kilo-class (Project 636.3) submarine "Rostov-na-Donu (B-237)" entered the Dardanelles on February 12 en route to the Black Sea.
Tag Archives : Project 636.3
26 Oct 2021
A series of six Project 636.3 diesel-electric submarines will join the Pacific Fleet by 2024.
12 Oct 2021
The Project 636.3 (NATO reporting name: Improved Kilo) diesel-electric submarine (SSK) B-602 "Magadan" has joined the Russian Navy...
23 Aug 2021
Russian President Vladimir Putin today participated via video conference in a keel laying ceremony of four submarines (two SSBN and two SSK) and two corvettes for the Russian Navy according to press release published by the Kremlin.
17 Aug 2021
The Admiralty Wharves Shipyard (part of the United Shipbuilding Corporation (USC)) has started the state trials of the third Project 636.3 diesel-electric submarine (NATO reporting name: Improved Kilo) B-602 "Magadan" built for the Russian Navy Pacific Fleet.
27 Mar 2021
Russian shipbuilder Admiralty Shipyards (a subsidiary of the United Shipbuilding Corporation) has launched the third Project 636.3 (NATO reporting name: Improved Kilo-class) diesel-electric submarine for the Pacific Fleet on March 26.
22 Mar 2021
The Russian Navy will receive three new nuclear-powered submarines by the end of the year Navy Commander-in-Chief Admiral Nikolai Yevmenov...
28 Oct 2020
Admiralty Shipyard handed over the Volkhov diesel-electric submarine of project 636.3 to the Russian Navy, the enterprise said.
Russian MoD Signs Contracts for Kilo-class & Lada-class SSK Procurement – Upgrade of Akula-class SSNs
27 Aug 2020
Russia’s Defense Ministry has signed contracts with the Admiralty Wharves Shipyard for the construction of two Project 636.3 (NATO reporting name: Improved Kilo) and Project 677 (Lada-class) large diesel-electric submarines (SSK).
25 Jul 2020
The Admiralty Shipyard completed the builder trials of the "Volkhov" diesel-electric submarine (SSK) of project 636.3 (Improved Kilo-class) built for the Russian Navy Pacific fleet, the enterprise said.