MIL-OSI Russia: Adler lighthouse will be named after Admiral Anatoly Komaritsyn


MIL OSI Translation. Region: Russian Federation –

Today, October 1, 2021, at 15:00 in the city of Adler, Krasnodar Territory, solemn events will be held dedicated to the assignment of the honorary name of the Adler lighthouse – the name of Admiral Anatoly Komaritsyn. In addition, a commemorative plaque opening ceremony will take place during them.

According to the instructions of the Commander-in-Chief of the Russian Navy, Admiral Nikolai Yevmenov, the events will be held under the leadership of Deputy Commander-in-Chief of the Russian Navy, Vice-Admiral Vladimir Kasatonov.

The celebration will be attended by: Commander of the Black Sea Fleet Admiral Igor Osipov, Deputy Commander-in-Chief of the Navy for military-political work Captain 1st Rank Vladislav Pavlov, Head of the Navigation and Oceanography Directorate of the Russian Ministry of Defense Captain 1st Rank Konstantin Speransky, Commander of the Novorossiysk Naval Base Rear Admiral Viktor Kochemazov, Chief 80 2nd rank captain Makar Kulik, veterans of the Navy, including Admiral Konstantin Sidenko, Admiral Viktor Fedorov, Rear Admiral Sergei Kozlov, Captain 1st rank Alexander Shemetov, deputy head of the resort city of Sochi Konstantin Chebotar, as well as veterans of the hydrographic service Navy, relatives of Admiral Anatoly Komaritsyn, representatives of the Russian Geographical Society.

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Admiral Anatoly Aleksandrovich Komaritsyn (1946 – 2017) – Soviet and Russian military leader, Doctor of Technical Sciences, Professor, Honored Military Specialist of the Russian Federation. The admiral served as head of the Main Directorate of Navigation and Oceanography of the Russian Ministry of Defense, chairman of the National Oceanographic Committee of the Russian Federation, member of the UNESCO Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission.

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