• Admiral Kuznetsov was refuelling from the tanker in the Mediterranean sea

  • The Russian heavy aircraft-carrying cruiser "Admiral Kuznetsov" was refueled in the Mediterranean sea from the tanker. This was reported sources "Tape.ru" in the power structures.

    The detachment, headed by "Admiral Kuznetsov", is, among other ships, naval tanker "Sergey Osipov". Tankers of this type are designed for transfer to warships of bunker fuel oil, diesel fuel, aviation fuel, fresh water and other supplies.

    Previously, users of social networks drew attention to photograph from the air, which supposedly pulls the tug "Admiral Kuznetsov", and astern. They were quick to call it "the shame of the Russian Navy".

    Soon, however, military experts explained that the picture shows the process of refueling the vessel directly into the sea.

    http://lenta.ru

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