The Red Banner submarine squadron was formed in 1938, but at that time it was called differently. By the way, the squadron changed its name many times. During its long and rich history, the squadron participated in WW II
and several science experiments. Currently there are 20 submarines there, some of them serve in the world ocean. Today we'll step aboard the nuclear-powered cruise missile submarine 949A Chelyabinsk.
No doubt, all of you have at least some notion of what Sakhalin is. A large island in the very East of Russia with bears walking along its streets and people going to work by deer and having caviar for
breakfast... But all this is well-known that's why today we decided to tell you about something that you probably don't yet know about Sakhalin, namely how oil and gas are extracted there.