1 What Is Inside of a Military Submarine?

What Is Inside of a Military Submarine?

Posted on April 22, 2016 by team


We are in Kaliningrad, Russia, to visit the World Ocean Museum (where one may lose himself for hours) and get inside a real military submarine. Take a rare chance with us!

“Embankment of the historic fleet”. The museum has five ships,  They are listed on the sign.

Diesel-electric submarine B-412. It is 91 meters long!

Down thru the hatch.

All military attributes are accumulated in the forward compartment – torpedos, mines, shooting devices.

Torpedo.

Photos can’t convey how large they are…

Mine RM-2.

The mining technology is quite interesting.  The nose of the submarine is sharp-pointed and resembles a hook on which the mine is secured. The submarine was approaching a ship, clung and left a mine under the ship’s bottom and insensibly floated away. Some time after an explosion occurred.

Threatening submarines…

We go through the hatch and find ourselves in a living compartment.

Room of a commander and a creepy dummy of his deputy.

To the left is a saloon or a conference room with a folding table. Pay attention to the bright lamps on the ceiling – this place was used for operations.  To the right is a small officers’ mess.

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One Response to “What Is Inside of a Military Submarine?”

  1. john dudley says:

    Awesome to see.

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