KM - Russian "Caspian Sea Monster" Ekranoplan. The biggest ground-effect vehicle ever designed: 100 meters long, weight: 544 tons, powered by ten Dobryin VD-7 turbojet engines

KM - Russian "Caspian Sea Monster" Ekranoplan. The biggest ground-effect vehicle ever designed: 100 meters long, weight: 544 tons, powered by ten Dobryin turbojet engines WOW. Actually not a plane .

These Soviet Concept Vehicles Are Clearly From An Alternate Universe

These Soviet Concept Vehicles Are Clearly From An Alternate Universe

Russian Lun-Class Ekranoplan (ground effect aircraft) deteriorating in a ship yard on the caspian Sea

Lun Class Ekranoplan - The first Soviet Ekranoplan

The Lun Class Ekranoplan

The Russian Ekranoplan: "Caspian Sea Monster" (the Lun Ekranoplan) version) . a so-called "ground effect vehicle": GEV's are sometimes "characterized as a transition between a hovercraft and an aircraft"

We all know of the unbelievably massive Lun class ekranoplan? This type of vehicle called in Russian ekranoplan uses so called ground effect

We all know of the unbelievably massive Lun class ekranoplan? This type of vehicle called in Russian ekranoplan uses so called ground effect

The Soviet Navy’s Massive Lun-Class Ekranoplan Decaying by the Caspian Sea

The Soviet Navy's Massive Lun-Class Ekranoplan Decaying by the Caspian Sea

Lun Class Ekranoplan

We all know of the unbelievably massive Lun class ekranoplan? This type of vehicle called in Russian ekranoplan uses so called ground effect – extra lift…

The Soviet Navy’s Massive Lun-Class Ekranoplan Decaying by the Caspian Sea

The Soviet Navy's Massive Lun-Class Ekranoplan Decaying by the Caspian Sea

Lun-class ekranoplan 1 - Lun-class ekranoplan - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

1987 was the year when the first 350 tons ground effect “ship” from the series of Soviet battle missile carriers was produced. It was called Lun after the Russian name for a bird of prey – hen harrier. Another name for this vehicle was Project 903.

This Soviet era Lun-class ekranoplan, known as the Caspian Sea Monster, lies abandoned and corroding at Kaspiysk naval storage facility in Russia.

Ekranoplane, Soviet Union

The only Lun-class ekranoplan, designed by Rostislav Evgenievich Alexeev, and used between 1987 and the late

The Soviet Ekranoplan. This is the Lun Class. At 20 meters high, 74 meters long, with 8 turbofan engines to push itself up out of the water and fly just over the water at speeds up to 550Km per hour. It took 15 crew to operate it and only one was built. It was armed with 6 SS-N-22 anti ship missiles and two twin 23mm guns one facing forward under the first set of launchers and one facing aft for defence from behind. It was designed to speed into the targeted area and take on NATO warships.

Ekranoplan KM 'Caspian Sea Monster' seaplaneCaspian Sea Monster-Project 903

Lun-class ekranoplan - posted in Flight Simulator Screenshots: aircraft  designed by Rostislav Evgenievich Alexeev and used by the Soviet & Russian  navies ...

Lun-class ekranoplan - posted in Flight Simulator Screenshots: aircraft designed by Rostislav Evgenievich Alexeev and used by the Soviet & Russian navies from 1987 to sometime in the late

Lun-class ekranoplan, Soviet Navy, Caspian Sea. Советский экраноплан на Каспийском море. Испытания https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lun-class_ekranoplan

Lun-class ekranoplan, Soviet Navy, Caspian Sea. Советский экраноплан на Каспийском море. Испытания https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lun-class_ekranoplan

The Soviet Navy’s Massive Lun-Class Ekranoplan Decaying by the Caspian Sea

The Soviet Navy's Massive Lun-Class Ekranoplan Decaying by the Caspian Sea

The unbelievably massive Lun class ekranoplan -plane/boat/ship! (image heavy) - Page 2 of 4

aber-flyingtiger: “ northseasailor: “ celer-et-audax: “ Lun class Ekranoplan Firing a P-270 Moskit ” Some serious shit was smoked in the design office when they came up with this thing ” It’s further...

aber-flyingtiger: “ northseasailor: “ celer-et-audax: “ Lun class Ekranoplan Firing a Moskit ” Some serious shit was smoked in the design office when they came up with this thing ” It’s further.

It may look like a seaplane, but this massive Lun-class ektranoplan is actually a ground effect vehicle (GEV), abandoned inside a decaying Russian naval storage facility at Kaspiysk on the western shores of the Caspian Sea.

The Soviet Navy's Massive Lun-Class Ekranoplan Decaying by the Caspian Sea

Happy Wednesday (evening), I thought I’d post these awesome pictures of the Soviet Union’s Lun-class Ekranoplan rotting in a shipyard in the Russian town of.

The Soviet Navy’s Massive Lun-Class Ekranoplan Decaying by the Caspian Sea

The Soviet Navy's Massive Lun-Class Ekranoplan Decaying by the Caspian Sea

This Soviet era Lun-class ekranoplan, known as the Caspian Sea Monster, lies abandoned and corroding at Kaspiysk naval storage facility in Russia.

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