One of the most time-consuming areas to guard in 2017 has been Primorye—the only Russian region to border North Korea.
The flyover is one of several recent drills by Russia in the Asia Pacific, carried out from its North Korea-bordering Primorye region.
Russia and Japan have argued about a stretch of islands for over 60 years, but this is not stopping Moscow from raising military compounds on it.
Russian ground, air and sea forces have held a series of drills in the Primorye region bordering North Korea in recent weeks.
The vessels will spend four months at sea, calling at nine foreign ports.
A new directive from Naval Surface Forces sparks concern that some sailors aren't getting anywhere near enough sleep.
The Soversheniy—meaning Impeccable—is scheduled to join Russia's Pacific fleet next year.
The Vladimir Monomakh will be permanently deployed in Russia’s far east.
Staff found octopus marks leading to the drainpipe and out into the ocean.