The Russian Navy's newest Borei A-class SSBN (Project 955A), "Generalissimus Suvorov", has sailed out to the White Sea for the first time for factory trials.
Tag Archives : Project 955A
02 Feb 2022
The Knyaz Oleg (Borei-A-class) nuclear-powered ballistic missile submarine (SSBN) of project 955A arrived to the Northern fleet naval base of the Russian Navy, Sevmash Shipyard said.
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.
31 May 2021
The Knyaz Oleg Borey-A-class SSBN of project 955A began its first test sortie on May 30, a defense industry source told TASS.
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...
01 Jun 2020
Russia's Sevmash Shipyard has officially handed over the first Borei-A-class submarine to the Russian Navy. The acceptance act for the 'Knyaz Vladimir', the first Project 955A SSBN was signed in Severodvinsk, the Defense Ministry said.
30 May 2020
Here is Naval News' Monthly Recap video for May 2020. This month we cover a multi-domain ASuW exercise in Sweden, the new F/A-18 Block III, the construction of France's future replenishment tanker and vessel deliveries in Egypt and Russia.
25 May 2020
The Project 955A Borei-A class nuclear-powered ballistic missile submarine Knyaz Vladimir (NATO reporting name: Dolgorukiy-class) has completed its sea trials and arrived in Severodvinsk in north Russia, the Defense Ministry’s press office said.
20 May 2020
The Knyaz Vladimir Borei A-class nuclear submarine of project 955A began underwater trials in the White Sea before the handover to the Northern fleet, the Defense Ministry said.
29 Apr 2020
The project to build a series of eight SSBN was reported in May 2018 when a defense industry source disclosed a decision to build another six submarines of project 955A at Sevmash Shipyard.