It became clear how much Russian submarine commanders received 06:08

In recent years, the salary level of submariners of the Russian Navy has increased significantly: the commander of a nuclear submarine receives up to 400 thousand rubles. This was reported by RIA News.

A source familiar with the situation explained that the nuclear submarine commander with the rank of first-rank captain receives up to 400 thousand rubles, while the diesel submarine commander with the rank of second-rank captain receives 400 thousand rubles. up to 300 thousand rubles per month.

“But there are nuances here: the salary depends on the degree of operational use of the submarine; the more often, the higher the salary,” the source said.

On March 19, Russia celebrates Submarine Day.

On March 5, it became known when the nuclear submarine “Wolf”. will come back To the combat personnel of the Northern Fleet.

7 February to Kamchatka reached The first “black hole” submarine, so named for its hydroacoustic low noise.

Previously Navy named Number of new submarines planned for 2024.

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Source: Gazeta


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