Russian Navy’s kilo-class submarine Kaluga came back to her homeport after a long-range trip today, October 10.
According to the report of Captain second rank Sergei Pirozhenko, the vessel successfully completed all tasks and submarine materiel was operative.
Diesel-electric project 877 submarine Kaluga was put into service in 1991 and became a part of the Northern Fleet. The vessel is designed to counteract surface ships and submarines, installing mine obstacles in the sea, and reconnaissance.
Image: Russian Ministry of Defense