Let's examine lifesaving gear used by rescuers of the Sevastopol fleet.
Awesome diving suits are awesome!
I wonder if these guys worked on the Kursk
Works unless you have a real problem where lives are at risk, then you need to call in the Norwegians.
Presumably they only got all the equipment after the Kursk sank in just 108 metres of water and the Navy was unable to dive to that depth and save the sailors.
this article and pics are about “black sea” emergency & resque diving units. the what happened to Kursk was in the Barents Sea, near Mourmansk in the nothern part of russia…
The do have cargo planes in Russia still? Right?
The hardsuit 1200 looks a whole lotta awkward but it’s nice that it’s pressurized so you can stay underwater longer/get in more bottom time.
Also it’s, self-contained underwater breathing apparatus = SCUBA.
Great post, thanks.
looks pretty much decent. i believe they decided to ditch all of those soviet-made & outdated equipment and replace it by the new high-tech stuff. and that’s a good move.
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