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January 10th. Combat Unit Mechanical Engineers Day 5. On this date, the corps of the engineering and technical formation of the Russian Navy was created in 1855.
January 15. Day of the commanders-in-chief of the headquarters, the Navy of the Russian Federation. The holiday was founded by admiral-generals of the navy of the Russian Federation in 1996 with a reference to the end of the 30s, when the main naval headquarters of the Soviet Union existed.
The 25th of January. All navigators of the Russian Navy celebrate their professional holiday.
On January 28, 1820, Antarctica was discovered.
Memorial and holiday dates of the navy in March
5th of March. This day marks the day of the foundation of nautical institutes and schools, which trained the commanders of the navy. Therefore, in the ranks of the navy, this day is also known as the day of sailors.
Significant dates of the Russian Navy
March 15th. The date of the military conference by the Entente countries on the beginning of the intervention in Murmansk and Arkhangelsk. The events continued in Vladivostok a month later. Foreign invaders left the north of Russia in 1920, two years later Primorye was liberated.
March 19 Day of submarine troops. The appearance of a significant day for the Navy refers to 1906. When the Russian Navy was replenished with new submarines. By this day, about 10 units of combat underwater equipment were prepared.
March 21. This day is dedicated to one of the significant members of the ship's crew. We are talking about the navigator, thanks to the work of which the ship always keeps the right course.
May 7th Also known as Signalman's Day. The naval holiday is dedicated to the specialists of the radio and telecommunications service, thanks to which the ship always stays in touch with the base.
May 13 - Day of foundation of the Black Sea Navy of Russia. This date is inextricably linked with the history of Sevastopol and is a milestone in the more than 200-year history of the fleet.
May 18 Formation of the Baltic Fleet.
May 21st. In 1731, the Russian Pacific Fleet was formed. Feast of the founding of the naval unit in the Far East. The “youngest” fleet of Russia is less than 300 years old, but glorious deeds and great discoveries are already inscribed in its chronicle.
June 25th. It is considered the international day of the navigator, or the sailor. The holiday was approved by members of the International Maritime Organization (IMO).
June 29. A new, still young holiday, which was approved in 2017. It is dedicated to the Day of Shipbuilding, as well as to Russian shipbuilders.
July 15. Another geographical discovery was made under the leadership of the Russian navigator Vitus Jonassen Bering. The Bering Strait was drawn on the map.
July 17th. This day is rightfully considered the day of the aviation of the Russian Navy, since on this day in 1916, aviation equipment appeared on ships for the first time in the entire military history of Russia.
22 July. The date is significant in that on this day in 1848, the expedition of the navigator Gennady Ivanovich Nevelsky discovered the Nevelsky Strait.
26 July. The most important event of 1803 took place, which subsequently expanded the boundaries of knowledge of world geography. Namely, on this day, an expedition of navigators Ivan Fedorovich Kruzenshtern and Yuri Fedorovich Lisyansky was sent, during which the cartography of the Pacific Ocean was compiled.
July 31st. Day of the Russian Navy. The holiday is celebrated on the last Sunday of July with a solemn parade, exhibitions, and excursions on ships. The chronicle is conducted from the day of the Gangut victory.
August 19. On this date, Vest Day is celebrated, since August 19, 1874 is considered the official birthday of the vest.
8 September. A solemn day assigned to the Navy of Novorossiysk.
23 September. The Navy celebrates Navigator's Day (Unofficial).
October 8th. The Day of the commander of the navy is celebrated.
October 30. 1696 marked the beginning of the birth of the Russian navy.
November 18th. 1917. At the first All-Russian Congress of the Navy, the Bolsheviks canceled the St. Andrew's flag.
December 1st. Victory Day of the Russian Navy in the Battle of Sinop, 1853.
December 11th. In 1699, by decree of Peter I, the symbol of the Russian navy appeared in the form of the St. Andrew's flag.