Sevmash Shipyard in Severodvinsk floated the Krasnoyarsk Yasen-M-class SSGN of project 885M, TASS reports from the site.
Tag Archives : SSGN
02 Jul 2021
The Project 885M Yasen-M class nuclear-powered attack submarine Novosibirsk has gone to the White Sea for shipbuilders sea trials for the first time, a source in Russia’s defense industry told TASS.
07 May 2021
Russian Navy Commander-in-Chief Admiral Nikolai Yevmenov lead the ceremony at Sevmash Shipyard to accept into service the Kazan Yasen-M-class SSGN of project 885M, the Defense Ministry said.
14 Jan 2021
Iranian media has shown footage of a submerged US Navy submarine allegedly taken in the ...
02 Dec 2020
The U.S. Navy's four Ohio Class SSGNs may soon receive new hypersonic missiles which could transform their capabilities. H I Sutton explains why.
18 Jun 2020
The Kazan Yasen-M-class SSGN of project 885M is preparing for acceptance trials set to start this autumn. It is the first Project 885M submarine, an improved version of the Severodvinsk (Yasen-class).
10 Jun 2020
The Northern fleet of the Russian Navy is preparing to accept the Arkhangelsk (K-564), the fourth Yasen-M-class SSGN of project 885M. The commander will be appointed by the end of the year and the crew formed. The submarine is to join a division of the Northern fleet.
08 Apr 2020
The Kazan Yasen-M-class SSGN of project 885M has several differences from the Severodvinsk lead submarine of project 885. It is shorter and has a sharper bow, while the number of torpedo launchers decreased.
03 Apr 2020
Sources in the Defense Ministry said the final SSGN deployment plan had been approved. Five submarines will serve in Russia's Northern fleet, including the first of the Yasen-M class SSGN.
23 Feb 2020
The Laika class submarine follows on from the Pr.885/885M Severodvinsk Class cruise missile submarines. But it is not a straightforward successor. It was first revealed in the background of a media report on a Russian defense exhibition in December. Although it has not been officially confirmed the new design is likely to be the next generation Russian attack submarine project known as Husky.