Remember, the Admiral Kutznetzov isn't even the best of Russia's warships. It may be an aircraft carrier but it still burns a lot of coal. It's very long journey from the Arctic to Korea (which is the closest route; much closer than sailing pass the GIUK Gap-the Straits of Gibraltar-Suez-Indian Ocean-Straits of Malacca-South China Sea-Taiwan Strait-Yellow Sea).Now that you mention it, I should probably rewrite the article.😂😂😂
This is how its interior looks like:
On the diplomatic front, it might warm some relations with the U.S. since this is a humanitarian operation. Maybe we could have the Russian Navy cooperate with the U.S. Navy, PLAN, JMSDF, and other allied navies in the evacuation of foreign personnel from the peninsula.
I admit, I also wanted to put Russia's aircraft carrier as part of the story, but it is homeported in Murmansk instead of Vladivostok.