soviet navy

  1. sferrin

    Soviet P-20 "Sokol" Surface-Launched, Sea-Based Missile

    View: https://twitter.com/dnkornev/status/1239917534943621121 http://militaryrussia.ru/blog/topic-809.html
  2. uk 75

    Alt 60s Soviet Navy

    I am delighted that others are already making good use of the Alt 60s US Navy thread. It probably needs a balancing thread to cover the Soviet Navy, which for both the USN and the RN was "the enemy fleet in being". After the fifties scare surrounding the Swerdlow class cruisers, the nuclear...
  3. Dilandu

    How would earlier Soviet carriers affect USN developement?

    Let's assume that USSR started to experiment with carriers in late 1920s, with planned rebuild of the training ship "Okean" into the light/training carrier "Komsomolets". While slow and of limited usefulness (roughly the equivalent of USN's "Langley"), this ship still allowed Soviet Navy to gain...
  4. Graham1973

    Fictional Russian Warships from 1945

    Some 'highly speculative' Soviet warship designs allegedly from Life Magazine in 1945, attributed to 'US Naval Architects' I stumbled across on Reddit... They come from this article in the 17th of December 1945 issue of the magazine... The Russian Navy is Reborn (Life Magazine, 17 December 1945)
  5. Mr London 24/7

    'Tracked' Mini Submarines in Swedish waters - 1980's

    In the Eighties there was an infamous spate of submarine incidents in Swedish waters, apparently involving mini submarines penetrating close to shore (and even inside harbour areas). From the reports at least some of these would appear to have been fitted with Caterpillar/Tank style Tracks...
  6. Triton

    Soviet Navy Project 748 submarine landing ship

    In August 1965 TsKB-16, later Rubin, was directed to respond to the Tactical-Technical Elements (TTE) requirement for a large diesel-electric submarine LST designated Project 748. The design bureau, realizing the limitations of conventional propulsion for this submarine's missions, additionally...
  7. Triton

    Kronshtadt Class Battlecruiser (Project 69)

    The Kronshtadt class (Project 69) were a class of battlecruisers ordered for the Soviet Navy in the late 1930s. In the Soviet Union they were called "heavy cruisers" or thyazholyi kreyser. Two ships were started, but none were completed due to World War II. These ships had a complex and...
  8. Triton

    Soviet Navy Project 881 "Merkuriy" SSGN

    In the mid 1980s, the Soviet Navy determined that a new weapon system was needed to deal with the ever-increasing power of US Navy carrier battle groups. At the time, the Project 949 (Granit) and Project 949A (Antey), NATO reporting names Oscar I and Oscar II, nuclear-powered guided missile...
  9. Triton

    Project 1080 (Soviet Union)

    Soviet Navy Project 1080 ballistic missile cruiser. The intention was to create a land-attack capability similar to that offered by a US Navy aircraft carrier. Design work was begun in 1970 by Neva PKB. General Characteristics Displacement: 15,000 to 16,000 tons Length: 215 meters (705 feet)...
  10. flateric

    SSAN Project 1910 Kashalot / Uniform class

    1910 took part in recovery of the sunken SSGN Kursk Photos via Vitaly Kostrichenko (shipspotting.com), KAF (forums.airbase.ru)
  11. T

    Malakhit design bureau - submarine projects

    Nice collection of model photos from a visit to the Malakhit design bureau here: http://pilot.strizhi.info/2008/12/08/5941 Love the unbuilt Pr.958 SSN - thanks to a spherical bow sonar and a *massive* flank array immediately aft of the bow the torpedo tubes were not only angled in the manner...
  12. Hood

    Project 1840 Lima

    Does anyone have any more info or even pictures of this mysterious sub? I'm assuming it had some kind of research role like the Project 1710 Beluga and it did see some service with the Black Sea Fleet during the late 1980s. Any info much appreciated.
  13. Matej

    Yakovlev Yak-44E

    ASW and AWACS navy project. Related aircrafts are here: http://www.secretprojects.co.uk/forum/index.php/topic,353.0.html
  14. JAZZ

    Russian and Soviet Aircraft Carriers

    The Soviets had a number of stilborn aircraft carrier projects from the 1930's all the way through to the 1990's. One of the most studied was Project-72 dating back to WW-II (1943) I think. Other projects include Project-69A, Project-85 and Project 1123 (Moskova concepts) before getting to the...
  15. boxkite

    Lun (Project 903) missile-carrier WIG

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OeUe6aVib08&mode=related&search= A nice video showing (among other things) the Lun Ekranoplan at its final resting place in Kaspisk(?).
  16. A

    Nuclear escorts

    Hi, somebody have information about this ship. Project 11990 test ship and Project 13040 Anchor. will be escort of nuclear power carrier.
  17. flateric

    OKB Korchagin KOR-70, proposed Yak-38 alternative

    Initiative design of Korchagin's OKB, multi-purpose 'sea working horse' VTOL, born as branch of Korchagin-Beriev (Bartini) VVA-14 cooperative work, was proposed as smart alternative to Yak-38, supported by hi-rank naval aviation staff, but killed by MAP (Ministry of Aviation Industry). Drawings...
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