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The bow may be pointing towards water. Too early to say.
Well, in case of RT-23 it was other way around. Upgraded R-39 first stage engine was used on RT-23. If you compare it to silo-based version of...
Soviet Union used plenty of so called "floating casernes". The most comfortable were P801 type built in Finland in 70s.[ATTACH]
Given that the picture is taken near harbor, it's not necessary operating together.
When referring to imminent refueling exercise I was rather considering one at sea not dockside, for instance, 901 refueling 2 or 3 ships...
Exactly. I would suggest replenishing exercise is scheduled next .
Of course I can :)
Nope. It came with boilers and steam turbines. Only pipes and cables were ripped out. And the boilers were made in SPB, not Ukraine.
Looks like a TACAN aerial
You are correct, bd. My fault, should have made Google check before posting
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Japan, India and Russia have chosen to send their front-line ships, Australia and SoKo have decided otherwise. I suppose gentlemen here are making...
Which book are these drawings from?
Welcome back, my friend, long time no see.
Number 891 sounds similar to two numbers which Severnoye design bureau refers to 051C and 052B, perhaps...
Yes, it was Airforce project which was considered by Navy and rejected due to major redesign and re-engining required.
It's Fairey Gannet, not Fairly ;)
Russians did fly An-71 which was considered for some time to be carried also by CVN Ulyanovsk, but the...
17 will definitely visit the dock at least once more before commissioning.
Russian Su-33 has a maximum landing weight of 26000 kg. Shouldn't be too far from that for J-15.
This follows the approach that the former Soviet Union took in its development of nuclear aircraft carriers. The Soviets had built five nuclear...
Yes, both are out. Photo opp is a possibility, but my guess would be that it will happen at a later stage, with actual airwing on both.