The Russian Pacific Fleet’s newest Kilo-class diesel-electric submarine Volkhov launched a Kalibr cruise missile from the submerged place within the Sea of Japan towards a floor goal. The missile struck the coastal goal on the Syurkum tactical floor within the Khabarovsk Area on the designated time. The missile was launched to a distance of over 1,000 km. Earlier than undertaking the fight train, the submariners stealthily deployed to the designated space. Ships and vessels of the Russian Pacific Fleet, plane and drones of the Pacific Fleet’s naval aviation offered help for the missile firing.

The 3M-54 Kalibr additionally referred to it as 3M54-1 Kalibr, 3M14 Biryuza (turquoise), (NATO codenames SS-N-27 Sizzler and SS-N-30A), 91R1, 91RT2 is a gaggle of Russian floor ship-, submarine-launched and airborne anti-ship and coastal anti ship (AShM), land assault cruise missiles (LACM) and anti-submarine missiles developed by the Novator Design Bureau (OKB-8). Home variants are primary variations of this missile household; these are the 3M54 and 3M14. The export mannequin is named Membership. The 3M54K Kalibr is a submarine-launched anti-shipping variant deployed by the Russian Navy. Its size is 8.22 m (27.0 ft), with a 200 kg (440 lb) warhead. Its vary is 375–500 km (233–311 mi).


Russian Pacific Fleet’s newest Kilo-class diesel-electric submarine Volkhov

The Volkhov is the second of six Kilo-class submarines constructed for the Pacific fleet. Venture 636.3 submarines (Kilo-class) are the third technology of diesel-electric submarines that are probably the most noiseless on the planet. These assault submarines are primarily meant for anti-shipping and anti-submarine operations in comparatively shallow waters. They develop an underwater pace of 18 knots, submerge to 300 meters and have a cruising capability of 45 days. It was laid in July 2017 and floated in December 2019. The development of the sequence goes on schedule and is to be accomplished in 2022.

The Kilo class, Soviet designation Venture 877 Paltus (which means “halibut”), NATO reporting title Kilo, is a category of diesel-electric assault submarines designed and constructed within the Soviet Union for the Soviet Navy. The category was constructed till the mid-Nineties, when manufacturing was switched to the extra superior Venture 636 Varshavyanka (which means “Varsovian (inhabitant of Warsaw; female)”) variant, also called Improved Kilo-class within the West. Six Venture 636.3, an improved model of the Kilo-class, have been constructed for the Black Sea Fleet and additional boats are being constructed for the Pacific and Baltic Fleets.

Kalibr cruise missile struck the coastal target at the Syurkum tactical ground.
Kalibr cruise missile struck the coastal goal on the Syurkum tactical floor.