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Kiev-class aircraft carrier "Baku" of the Soviet Navy.

admiral-condell-official: “ Soviet aircraft carrier Admiral Gorshkov Admiral Gorshkov was a modified Kiev-class aircraft carrier of the Russian Navy, originally named Baku. Sometimes Admiral Gorshkov.

This Estonian submarine served in the Soviet Navy   Source: www.youtube.com  Thursday November 10 2016  All Related

This Estonian submarine served in the Soviet Navy Source: www.youtube.com Thursday November 10 2016 All Related

Here is a historical line-up of Russian / Soviet Navy Fleet submarines, starting from the World War I "Bars"-class (1915) and ending with the first nuclear sub series.

Here is a historical line-up of Russian / Soviet Navy Fleet submarines, starting from the World War I "Bars"-class and ending with the first nuclear sub series.

Japanese “Harutsuki” destroyer (the future Soviet «Vnezapniy») at sea in December 1944. After the war, August 28, 1947 was transferred to the Soviet Union and became part of the Soviet Navy under the name of «Vnezapniy». Served in the Soviet Navy until June 4, 1969. Japanese “Harutsuki” destroyer was armed with 100-mm guns, 4 of 610-mm torpedo tubes and 39 of the 25-mm automatic anti-aircraft guns in triple and single installations, and carried 54 depth charges.

Japanese “Harutsuki” destroyer (the future Soviet «Vnezapniy») at sea in December 1944. After the war, August 28, 1947 was transferred to the Soviet Union and became part of the Soviet Navy under the name of «Vnezapniy». Served in the Soviet Navy until June 4, 1969. Japanese “Harutsuki” destroyer was armed with 100-mm guns, 4 of 610-mm torpedo tubes and 39 of the 25-mm automatic anti-aircraft guns in triple and single installations, and carried 54 depth charges.

Resultado de imagen de SOVIET NAVY

Resultado de imagen de SOVIET NAVY

Kiev class aircraft carrier

The Novorossiysk, one of four Kiev-class heavy aircraft carrying cruisers, sporting the standard flamboyant paint scheme of the Soviet Navy.

What happened to the Soviet Navy when the USSR collapsed? Ships were towed "here" and allowed to rust/decay.

What happened to the Soviet Navy when the USSR collapsed? Ships were towed "here" and allowed to rust/decay. - Page 2 of 3

The Soviet Navy Vs. Modern Day Russia's in One Graphic  - PopularMechanics.com

Soviet Navy Vs. Modern Russia's in One Graphic

The Development of Soviet/Russian Naval Capabilities after the Cold War — Infographic

Soviet Navy sniper 1942

Soviet Navy, Ww2 Photos, Red Army, Snipers, Wwii, Russian Men, Krieger, Sept 1, Black Death

MENS LADIES T-SHIRT SAILOR RUSSIAN STRIPED SOVIET NAVY STRIPEY TELNYASHKA MARINE #Unbranded #TopsTShirts

Mens ladies t-shirt sailor russian striped soviet navy stripey telnyashka marine

MENS LADIES T-SHIRT SAILOR RUSSIAN STRIPED SOVIET NAVY STRIPEY TELNYASHKA MARINE #Unbranded #TopsTShirts

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