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Floating workshop PM-138 returned to Sevastopol from Mediterranean cruise

Floating workshop PM-138 returned to Sevastopol from Mediterranean cruise 03.02.2011
Text: Black Sea Fleet Information Support Group
Photo: PM-138. flot.sevastopol.info, A. Brichevsky
Floating workshop PM-138 commanded by Capt. Lt. Alexander Kashalaba has returned to Black Sea Fleet (BSF) main naval base Sevastopol from a long-term cruise.

Having spent considerable part of the cruise in Syrian port Tartus, the vessel for 180 days had been providing technical maintenance of Russian warships deployed in the Mediterranean Sea.

There was an anti-terror team from BSF Marine Brigade on board the floating workshop throughout the long-term cruise.

The crew of PM-138 has excellently completed all tasks assigned, both during stay in the foreign port and underway.

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