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    22800 are good, but from what I see, they are most likely going to be coastal and river based (European theatre) long range strikers.
    What about radar panels on the mast? I thought they were getting it on the mast.

    21631 with 16-cell VLS needs to be perused in addition to the 22800, to make numbers for that small yet effective strike assets for the navy, considering no ships of 11356 or 22350 class is going to come off the slip in decent numbers in the next 5 years.

    That navy cat looks like a proper member of that sub, wonder how many dives she undertook till now. Btw, Russian's love for animals (particularly the cats) is unparalleled.
    That curious factory cat was just cute.

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    11356 @ Tartous naval base, Syria, few days before the Russian navy day celebration


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    22800 is basically a 21631 re-worked so it is actually deployable in any sort of rough seas, so you have that reversed.

    Yes, they will have the new Zaslon phased arrays in the mast, not fitted yet, probably the biggest question mark we are waiting for right now.

    Gromky @ Amur:





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    Naval Parade Pics: http://kuleshovoleg.ru/?p=1603



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    Amazing video of the heaviest armed surface combatant on Earth today (and for many decades to come..). https://topspb.tv/uploaded/videos/pe...ij_U7bou3g.mp4


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    Latest from Zvezda:










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    Great video, Stonewall.

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    Uragan:

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    Nice photos of the Polar Star:









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    ^ Looking really great. This must probably be the heaviest border guard ship after that 1135 based unit. Hope they don't limit it to a couple of units.

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    "A map does you no good if you don't know where you are"

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    Goliath crane up @ Zvezda- and curiously in this photo, the 949AM submarine modernization is not blurred:



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    http://kuleshovoleg.livejournal.com/535876.html

    Regarding construction of ships @ Sevmash:

    955A: Knyaz Vladimir will be likely handed over before 2020, rest post.
    885M: Kazan undergoing trials, will be handed over before 2020. Novosibirsk optimistically could be launched before the end of 2018, and might be handed over before 2020.
    Krasnoyarsk could very well be launched before 2020, but hand over will not happen this decade obviously.

    The special ops sub Belgorod will finally be launched next year.
    The Khabarovsk special purpose sub is undergoing finishing of its primary hull.
    Work on Nakhimov is going at full speed, however there is no way it will be finished this decade.

    http://bmpd.livejournal.com/2792784.html

    And a pleasant surprise - Project 1155 Marshal Shaposhnikov, which is undergoing repairs at Dalzavod, will be receiving UKSK as well as Uran during its modernization.
    Looks like Uran will replace the Rastrub bins, while two UKSK modules (16 cells) will replace one of the 100mm guns.


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