MIL OSI Translation. Region: Russian Federation –
The Commander-in-Chief of the Russian Navy, Admiral Nikolai Evmenov, checked the work of the Research Institute of Shipbuilding and Weapons at the Naval Military Educational and Scientific Center in St. Petersburg.
Admiral Nikolai Evmenov, accompanied by the heads of the relevant control bodies, examined the experimental, scientific and material base of the institute, heard reports from the leadership of the Research Institute of Shipbuilding and Weapons.
Also, the Commander-in-Chief of the Navy held a working meeting at the Institute, where the issues of military-scientific support for the design, construction and testing of surface ships and submarines of new generations, which are equipped with the Navy, were considered.
Admiral Nikolai Yevmenov set tasks for the leadership of the Military Educational and Scientific Center of the Navy, the leadership of the research institute, drawing attention to further effective work with representatives of design bureaus, shipyards in the interests of creating ships that determine the future of the Navy.
“We must clearly look at both the short-term perspective of the development of all components of the Navy, and the long-term, taking into account the vast geography of the naval presence of our forces in the World Ocean. I pay special attention to the further implementation of the directions of military shipbuilding for the Arctic zone, “- said the Commander-in-Chief of the Russian Navy, Admiral Nikolai Evmenov at the meeting.
The object of research of the institute is technologies for creating submarines and surface ships, their weapon systems, including missile ones, and weapons, power engineering, ship automatic control systems, as well as the habitability conditions for personnel. The research institute provides support for research and development work carried out by organizations and industrial enterprises under the state defense order, scientific support for the operation of ships, their weapons and military equipment.
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