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  • TR1
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    • Oct 2010
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    Chernomordin, Arkitika, and Akademic Lomonosov @ Baltisky:



    Arkitka:

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    • Austin
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      • Oct 2003
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      The type of radar on 203085 Class Corvette is mind boggling , Covers X , S and many other band

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

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      • Scar
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        • Nov 2015
        • 682

        Naval Pantsir-M




        Last edited by Scar; 26th June 2017, 22:14.

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        • Sab3r329
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          • Apr 2016
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          A model at IMDS-2017, don't know anything about it but looks cool.
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          • ijozic
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            • May 2014
            • 613

            Sovershenny shooting down a Termit target with its gun. Nice ROF on the 100mm.
            If so, it doesn't seem very effective at it. I wonder if they plan to retrofit Pantsir-M on some of these corvettes to replace the AK-630M.

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            • TR1
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              • Oct 2010
              • 9826

              That exact footage doesn't necessarily correspond with the exact moment of the engagement, could just be RoF test. The fact that the turret is static is certainly leaning to that.
              The actual title is just the ship firing, I assumed it was part of the recent tests.


              Also how often do you see reliable 100mm gun engagement of AShMs without smart rounds?
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              • TR1
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                • Oct 2010
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                Photos from "More", rented out by Pella. The first Karakut is visible, as well as a conserved Zubr. I wonder if it will be repaired when they start producing the engines for it @ Saturn:









                And a good photo of the Zaliv yard, rented out by Zelenodolgsk. Aside from the cable layers in the main dock, the project 22160 ships spotted by satellite can be seen in the corner:

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                • TR1
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                  • Oct 2010
                  • 9826

                  Photos of the launch of the Gremyashyy:







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                  • TR1
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                    • Oct 2010
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                    1 more pic of the new kid:

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                    • Trident
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                      • May 2004
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                      Originally posted by TR1
                      The first 20385 is finally close to being launched, though I wonder how long the integrated mast will take to fit out:
                      If it's a 'proper' integrated mast, very little. One of the selling points of the idea is that such a mast is already fully fitted out when it is installed on the ship - practically a plug&play module.

                      Now, if the ship itself is not ready, working the kinks out of the interplay could prove non-trivial, but the fact that the mast was mounted indicates to me that as an isolated module it is mostly complete and functional. There are obviously a couple of sensors lacking that will be mounted externally (nav radars, the radar in the dome at the top), but the innards should be done, hopefully.
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                      • Sab3r329
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                        • Apr 2016
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                        20386 Derzkii corvette CAD image(shows some interesting things)

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                        Does anyone know the exact propulsion type of this vessel? All I know is that it's a hybrid using two gas turbines, is it an electric drive type ship or are there mechanical connections from the turbines to the shafts?

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                        • Austin
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                          • Oct 2003
                          • 6506

                          Improved Variant of Russian Project 22350 Frigates Could Operate as Destroyers



                          Scale model of an improved Project 22350 frigate on display during IMDS 2017. Note the increased number of VLS cells, just in front of the bridge and in front of the helicopter hangar. It also features the new generation integrated mast of the same family as the one fitted aboard the new Project 20385 corvette. Picture by Curious via Forums.airbase.ru.
                          "A map does you no good if you don't know where you are"

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                          • Vitte
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                            • Mar 2016
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                            Destroyer BYSTRYY. A few weeks ago at dawn.

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                            • TR1
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                              • Oct 2010
                              • 9826

                              http://kuleshovoleg.livejournal.com/534689.html

                              A lot of good detailed photos of the Makarov.
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                              • Scar
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                                • Nov 2015
                                • 682

                                Improved Variant of Russian Project 22350 Frigates Could Operate as Destroyers
                                I should notice, this thing on the photo has nothing to do with the real 22350M.

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                                • TR1
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                                  • Oct 2010
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                                  New large crane @ Zvezda- note the blurred out submarine.
                                  Last edited by TR1; 11th July 2017, 20:19.
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                                  • TR1
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                                    • Oct 2010
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                                    Gorshkov on her way to Kronshdadt:



                                    And Ivan Gren as well:



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                                    • TR1
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                                      • Oct 2010
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                                      Goliath crane @ Zvezda:

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                                      • Rockall
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                                        • Oct 2012
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                                        'Gorshkov' on His way to Kronshdadt: I think you'll find, or on Its way but not, oh deary me on Her way.

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                                        • TR1
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                                          • Oct 2010
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                                          I was under the impression in english "her" was generally how ships are referred to, regardless of how it is in the native language (or name?) of the ship?

                                          Should be a pretty good line up this year, mostly new/recently modernized ships:







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