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On air

For Russians radio is more than just entertainment or the source of the latest information. It can be also a sport, or the way of sharing one's ideas. The Navy uses the radio for widely different aims. And if you don’t want to listen to others, you can set up your own radio station, broadcast on it, and meet new friends. Discover more about the history of the creation of the first radio and it’s popularity in modern Russia in On Air.