Russia’s naval forces went on display Sunday for the country’s annual Navy Day holiday.
The main event took place in Russia’s second-largest city St. Petersburg, with over 40 warships and submarines sailing down the Neva River.
Prior to the ceremony, Russian President Vladimir Putin signed a decree outlining the Russian Navy’s doctrine. The 55-page document names the United States and NATO as Russia’s main national security threats and details Russia’s strategy for naval expansion in the Arctic.
Here’s a look at Sunday’s parade in action: