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Russian Udaloy-class anti-submarine destroyer Admiral Chabanenko and destroyer Admiral Levchenko

Russian Udaloy-class anti-submarine destroyer Admiral Chabanenko and destroyer Admiral Levchenko

russian navy | Russian Navy Admiral Kuznetsov aircraft carrier

russian navy | Russian Navy Admiral Kuznetsov aircraft carrier

Russian Warships With Flagship Destroyer Enter Norwegian Sea To Begin Naval Drills

Russian Warships With Flagship Destroyer Enter Norwegian Sea To Begin Naval Drills

Russian coastal defense predreadnoughts rest contentedly in port circa 1900. [1450x1500] - Imgur

Russian coastal defense predreadnoughts rest contentedly in port circa 1900. [1450x1500]

Russian coastal defense predreadnoughts rest contentedly in port circa 1900. [1450x1500] - Imgur

Russian Navy - “ADMIRAL CHABANENKO” is a (535') Udaloy Il Class Anti-Submarine Destroyer – Comm: 28 Jan 1999 – Crew: 300 Officers and Enlisted – Armament: 2 x 4 SS-N-22 “SunBurn” Anti-Sub/Anti-Ship Missiles, 8 x 8 Vertical Launchers SA-N-9 “Gauntlet” Missiles, 2 x SA-N-11 “Kortik” Missiles, 2 AK-630 130mm Gun, 8 x 30mm AA Guns, 8 x 21 Inch (533mm) Torpedo Tubes or (RPK-2 Viyuga/SS-N-15) 2 x 10 Udav-1 Anti-Sub System and 2 x Ka-27 “Helix” Helicopters - In Service with the Northern Fleet

Russian Navy - “ADMIRAL CHABANENKO” is a (535') Udaloy Il Class Anti-Submarine Destroyer – Comm: 28 Jan 1999 – Crew: 300 Officers and Enlisted – Armament: 2 x 4 SS-N-22 “SunBurn” Anti-Sub/Anti-Ship Missiles, 8 x 8 Vertical Launchers SA-N-9 “Gauntlet” Missiles, 2 x SA-N-11 “Kortik” Missiles, 2 AK-630 130mm Gun, 8 x 30mm AA Guns, 8 x 21 Inch (533mm) Torpedo Tubes or (RPK-2 Viyuga/SS-N-15) 2 x 10 Udav-1 Anti-Sub System and 2 x Ka-27 “Helix” Helicopters - In Service with the Northern Fleet

Kirov Class Battlecruiser | Kirov-Class-Battle-Cruiser12

Modern Russian Navy Battlecruiser

Kirov Class Battlecruiser | Kirov-Class-Battle-Cruiser12

Russian heavy nuclear missile cruiser "Admiral Nakhimov", which should return to duty after the upgrade in 2018, will be practically new ship and will last another 30-40 years, says CEO of the Northern Design Bureau, the project cruiser Vladimir Spiridopulo.

Russian heavy nuclear missile cruiser "Admiral Nakhimov", which should return to duty after the upgrade in 2018, will be practically new ship and will last another 30-40 years, says CEO of the Northern Design Bureau, the project cruiser Vladimir Spiridopulo.

1908: IJN Battleship "Hizen" at Sasebo Naval Yard. ex-Russian Battleship "Retvizan" captured 1905. #japan1908

1908: IJN Battleship "Hizen" at Sasebo Naval Yard. ex-Russian Battleship "Retvizan" captured 1905. #japan1908

Russian Navy - CADS-1 3M87 "Kashtan" is a Close-in Weapon System (CIWS) Armament: Radar Guided 2 x 30mm 6 Barrel Gatling Guns with a Rate of Fire of 9,000 Rounds/min and 2 x 9M311Guided Missile Launchers with Auto-Reload for 32 Missiles

Russian Navy - CADS-1 3M87 "Kashtan" is a Close-in Weapon System (CIWS) Armament: Radar Guided 2 x 30mm 6 Barrel Gatling Guns with a Rate of Fire of 9,000 Rounds/min and 2 x 9M311Guided Missile Launchers with Auto-Reload for 32 Missiles

USS New York (LPD 21). Named for the victims, families and first responders of the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attack on the World Trade Center, USS New York, with 7.5 tons of World Trade Center steel in her bow, was commissioned into active service in New York City Nov. 7, 2009.

USS New York (LPD 21). Named for the victims, families and first responders of the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attack on the World Trade Center, USS New York, with 7.5 tons of World Trade Center steel in her bow, was commissioned into active service in New York City Nov. 7, 2009.

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