Three nuclear missile carriers of the Russian fleet made a simultaneous surfacing in the Arctic. This was reported to Russian President Vladimir Putin on Friday, March 26, Russian Navy Commander-in-Chief Nikolai Yevmenov.

“For the first time in the history of the Navy, three nuclear missile carriers surfaced from under the ice with a break of 1.5 meters of ice according to a single plan and plan at the appointed time in an area with a radius of 300 m,” said a high-ranking officer, quoted by Russia Daily.

A spectacular video of the unique event was published on the You-Tube channel of the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation.

Nikolai Yevmenov also said that the naval seamen fired for the first time practical torpedo firing, during which a training torpedo first broke through the ice, and later was detected by technical means and raised to the surface.

“As a result of the measures taken, the samples of weapons, military, and special equipment have confirmed all their specified technical characteristics in conditions of high latitudes and low temperatures,” summed up the Commander-in-Chief of the Navy. 

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