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Rescue engineering

Rescue engineering Source https://meduza.io/news/2020/03/25/rossiyskiy-istrebitel-su-27-upal-v-chernoe-more The Su-27 fighter disappeared during a scheduled flight over the Black Sea, the Russian Defense Ministry told Interfax. The plane disappeared 50 kilometers from Feodosia. An emergency signal was recorded in this area. According to preliminary data, the fighter fell into the sea. Rescue engineering  Source https://www.kp.ru/daily/27109/4184816/   The plane was flown by an experienced pilot. Search and rescue operation is hampered by a storm. As the "KP" correspondent was told at the headquarters of the Black Sea Fleet, at about 20:11 a signal from the Komar emergency radio beacon was recorded in the area of the crash. An An-26 aircraft and a Mi-8 helicopter were sent to search and rescue the pilot. An anti-submarine ship of the Black Sea Fleet and civilian ships located in the immediate vicinity of the scene immediately joined in the search. However, darkness and d

Rescue engineering

Rescue engineering    Source https://www.vesti.ru/article/1975596   "On December 18, 2011, while being towed in the Sea of ​​Okhotsk, the Kolskaya drilling platform with 67 people sank. Only 14 were saved. Drilling and oil platforms are quite complex engineering structures that are constantly exposed to all sorts of risks - from natural disasters to operational errors. Offshore gas and oil production is inevitably accompanied by various kinds of accidents. There are many reasons for such disasters. These are storms, hurricanes, emergency explosions, fires, personnel errors, equipment breakdowns. Each individual accident unfolds according to its own scenario. Vesti.Ru recalls the seven most severe accidents.   The towing of the Kolskaya from the western coast of Kamchatka to Sakhalin began on December 11, 2011. There were 67 people on board. Five days later, the caravan in the Sea of Okhotsk got into a storm. On the platform, the fairing of the nose support was torn off, the hul