Juliett 484 News and Articles
- Move of Russian Submarine Confirmed: 10 AM Tuesday, August 11 - PRESS RELEASE, 10 August 09
- Russian Submarine Scheduled to Move at 10 AM on Tuesday - MEDIA ADVISORY, 09 August 09
- Surface operations continue - Photo Essay, 26 July - 8 August, 2008
- Russian Submarine Surfaces on Friday - Photo Essay, 25 July, 2008
- Navy and Army Divers Begin Salvage Operations - Photo Essay, 3-14 June & 7 July, 2008
- Volunteers, Scouts do Site Preparation and Cleanup - Photo Essay, 2 June, 2008
- Military Training Mission Begins on Sunken Russian Submarine - Media Advisory, 2 June, 2008
- Joint Army/Navy salvage effort gets underway - Photo essay, 28 Aug, 2007
- Navy And Army May Raise Russian Sub In Joint Service Exercise - News update, 28 Aug, 2007
- Military Divers Work with Russian Sub Museum - News update, 22 Aug, 2007
- In hull compartment surveys begin - News update, 7 May, 2007
- Underwater assessments continue - News update, 1 May, 2007
- Underwater survey of sunken Russian submarine begins - News update, 28 April, 2007
- Russian Submarine Juliett 484 sinks in major storm - News update, 20 April, 2007
- Soviet sub that once targeted East Coast now calls it home - By Elizabeth Zuckerman, AP, The Salt Lake Tribune
- Students Visit from the U.S. Naval War College - twelve students and their instructors experience living history aboard the submarine.
- ALL HANDS TURN TO! - Rhode Island's U.S. Naval Sea Cadets spend an exciting overnight training exercise aboard JULIETT 484.
- BEER, BEACHES AND BIKINIS? - No way, say Northwestern University "alternative spring break" students volunteering at Providence's Russian Submarine Museum.
- RUSSIAN SUB MUSEUM TURNS UP THE HEAT - Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts and Young Marines fire up new heating system in warm-up ceremony for Juliett 484 Overnight Education Programs.
- "Don't Tread on Me" flag now flying alongside Russian submarine museum. [Read more]
- The International Edition of the Finnish newspaper Helsingin Sanomat published a story on the long hard journey of Juliett 484. You can read the story here.
- The US Naval Sea Cadet unit at Quonset Point, RI, visited Juliett 484 in the spring of 2002, shortly after the submarine's arrival in Rhode Island. In doing so, they were the first Sea Cadets ever to board a submarine from the Soviet Union. They chronicled their adventure here.
- USS Saratoga Museum Foundation hosts the New England premier of the Paramount film K-19: The Widowmaker. You can read the press release here.
- In May 2002, a film crew from National Geographic Films spent some time aboard Juliett 484, shooting footage of scenes to recreate the events aboard the ill-fated Soviet ballistic missile submarine K-19. Learn more about their work for an upcoming television special program, with accompanying photographs, by selecting this link.
- The Pawtuxet Valley Amateur Radio Club recently participated in a radio marathon called Subs On The Air (SOTA), using Juliett 484 as their base. It was not without adventure - read their report here.
- Sergei Khrushchev, son of the late Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev and senior fellow at Brown University's Watson Institute for International Studies, toured Juliett 484 on April 29, 2002. Story and photographs are here.
- Wall Street Journal article on Juliett 484
- The story behind acquiring Juliett 484:
- A photo album of the submarine, with many interior views.
- Specifications of the submarine can be found here.
- More information on the film K-19: THE WIDOWMAKER, with a link to the official film web site.
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