warship or fellowship built primarily for combat Images - Frompo

(Modern Ships) Russian Vessels - Comparison by Myss-Burrito on DeviantArt

ON SALE Ship wall clock Navy Ship clock Soviet Navy clock

ON SALE Ship wall clock Navy Ship clock Soviet Navy clock

Kiev-class aircraft carrier "Baku" of the Soviet Navy.

admiral-condell-official: “ Soviet aircraft carrier Admiral Gorshkov Admiral Gorshkov was a modified Kiev-class aircraft carrier of the Russian Navy, originally named Baku. Sometimes Admiral Gorshkov.

Soviet Navy Vs. Modern Russia's in One Graphic

Soviet Navy Vs. Modern Russia's in One Graphic

The Development of Soviet/Russian Naval Capabilities after the Cold War — Infographic

What happened to the Soviet Navy when the USSR collapsed? Ships were towed "here" and allowed to rust/decay.

6 Images of Abandoned Weaponry You Won't Believe Are Real

Russian Udaloy-class destroyer [1600 × 1200] - Imgur

Russian Udaloy-class destroyer [1600 × 1200]

Soviet partisan dressed in his navy uniform. It’s interesting because during WW2 lots of Soviet sailors fought on the land (most probably due to Germans destroying their ships in the beginning of the war) and they proudly worn their hat and uniform everywhere. Most of Soviet Navy uniforms were black, so when Germans first saw the sailors charging them, they called them “Black Death”.

worldwartwoinpics: “Soviet partisan dressed in his navy uniform. It’s interesting because during lots of Soviet sailors fought on the land (most probably due to Germans destroying their ships in.

Soviet Navy sniper 1942

Soviet Navy, Soviet Union, Ww2 Photos, Sniper Rifles, Red Army, Wwii, Russian Men, Sept 1, Black Death

50 years ago, at the height of the Cuban Missile Crisis, second-in-command Vasilli Arkhipov of the Soviet submarine B-59 refused to agree with his Captain's order to launch nuclear torpedos against US warships and setting off what might well have been a terminal superpower nuclear war.

The man who saved the world: The Soviet submariner who single-handedly averted WWIII at height of the Cuban Missile Crisis

Vasili Alexandrovich Arkhipov was a Soviet Navy officer. During the Cuban Missile Crisis, he prevented the launch of a nuclear torpedo and thereby prevented a nuclear war

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