50 relations: Admiral Grigorovich-class frigate, Akademik Sergey Korolev, Balzam-class intelligence ship, Bora-class hovercraft, Charlie-class submarine, Delta-class submarine, Echo-class submarine, German cruiser Deutschland, Golf-class submarine, Grachonok-class anti-saboteur ship, Grisha-class corvette, Hotel-class submarine, Kara-class cruiser, Kh-35, Kilo-class submarine, Kosmonavt Vladimir Komarov, Kosmonavt Yuriy Gagarin, Krivak-class frigate, Lider-class destroyer, Liquid metal cooled reactor, MT-class minesweeper, Nanuchka-class corvette, Natya-class minesweeper, Oscar-class submarine, P 4-class torpedo boat, Parchim-class corvette, Pauk-class corvette, Polnocny-class landing ship, Project 10412-class patrol boat, Project 1153 Orel, Project 1178, Project 20386-class corvette, Project 21900 icebreaker, Project 22160-class patrol ship, Radar picket, Ropucha-class landing ship, Russian Hydrographic Service, Russian replenishment ship Berezina, Sierra-class submarine, Soviet M-class submarine, Soviet S-class submarine, Sovremennyy-class destroyer, T43-class minesweeper, T58-class minesweeper, Tarantul-class corvette, Udaloy-class destroyer, Victor-class submarine, Whiskey-class submarine, Yankee-class submarine, Zubr-class LCAC.
The Admiral Grigorovich class (Фрегаты проекта 11356Р/М) is the latest class of frigates ordered by the Russian Navy for the Black Sea Fleet.
The Akademik Sergey Korolev (Академик Сергей Королев) was a space control-monitoring ship or Vigilship (Veladora) constructed in 1970 to support the Soviet space program.
The Balzam class is the NATO reporting name for a class of Intelligence collection ships built for the Soviet Navy in the 1980s.
The Bora-class hoverborne guided missile corvette of the Russian Navy, also bears the NATO class name Dergach, is one of the few types of military surface effect ship built solely for marine combat purposes, rather than troop landing or transport.
The Project 670 Skat submarine (NATO classification Charlie class) was a nuclear-powered cruise missile submarine built for the Soviet Navy and later operated by the Russian Navy.
The Delta class (Project 667B Murena, Project 667BD Murena-M, Project 667BDR Kalmar, Project 667BDRM Delfin) are a common name of four types of submarines which formed the backbone of the Soviet and Russian strategic submarine fleet since their introduction in 1973.
The Echo class were nuclear cruise missile submarines of the Soviet Navy built during the 1960s.
Deutschland was the lead ship of her class of heavy cruisers (often termed a pocket battleship) which served with the Kriegsmarine of Nazi Germany during World War II.
Project 629, also known by the NATO reporting name of Golf class, were diesel electric ballistic missile submarines of the Soviet Navy.
The counter sabotage Project 21980 ("Grachonok" code) is a class of boats of water region patrol, designed for the Russian Navy.
The Albatros class (Russian: Альбатрос; NATO reporting name: Grisha) was a series of anti-submarine corvettes built by the Soviet Union between 1970 and 1990.
The Hotel class is the general NATO classification for a type of nuclear-powered ballistic missile submarine that was originally put into service by the Soviet Union around 1959.
The Kara class were Cold War era Soviet warships designated guided missile cruisers by NATO.
The Zvezda Kh-35 ('Star',., AS-20 'Kayak') is a Russian turbojet subsonic cruise anti-ship missile.
The Kilo class is the NATO reporting name for a naval diesel-electric attack submarine that is made in Russia.
Kosmonavt Vladimir Komarov was a satellite tracking ship of the Soviet Union.
Kosmonavt Yuriy Gagarin («Космона́вт Ю́рий Гага́рин») was a Soviet space control-monitoring ship or Vigilship (Veladora) that was devoted to detecting and receiving satellite communications.
The Project 1135 Burevestnik (Storm Petrel) class were a series of frigates or guard ships (patrol boats).
The Lider-class destroyer or Project 23560 (Shkval-class destroyer or Project 23560E for export version) is under consideration for construction for the Russian Navy as a nuclear powered combined guided missile destroyer, large anti-submarine warship and guided missile cruiser.
A liquid metal cooled nuclear reactor, liquid metal fast reactor or LMFR is an advanced type of nuclear reactor where the primary coolant is a liquid metal.
The MT class were a group of coastal minesweepers built for the Soviet Navy in the 1943-1945.
The Nanuchka class was the NATO reporting name for a series of corvettes or small missile ships built for the Soviet Navy and export customers between 1969 and 1991.
The Natya class were a group of minesweepers built for the Soviet Navy and export customers during the 1970s and 1980s.
Project 949 (Granit) and Project 949A (Antey) are Soviet Navy/Russian Navy cruise missile submarines (NATO reporting names: Oscar I and Oscar II respectively).
The P 4 class torpedo boat (TB) were aluminum-hulled torpedo boats of the People's Republic of China's People's Liberation Army Navy.
The Parchim-class corvette (Soviet designation Project 1331M) was developed for the East German Navy in the late 1970s, and built by the Wolgast Peene-Werft.
The Pauk class is the NATO reporting name for a class of small patrol corvettes built for the Soviet Navy and export customers between 1977 and 1989.
The Polnocny (or Polnochny)-class ships are amphibious warfare vessels.
Project 10412 class patrol boats are an export version of the Russian Svetlyak class patrol boat.
Project 1153 Orel (Орёл pr: "Or'yol", Eagle) was a late-1970s plan to give the Soviet Navy a true blue water aviation capability.
Project 11780 Kherson was a 1980s-era Soviet LHD program derived from the Kiev class aircraft carrier design comparable to the US Tarawa class amphibious assault ship.
Project 2038.6 is a new corvette class being constructed for the Russian Navy.
Project 21900 and Project 21900M icebreakers (also referred as LK-16) are a series of five Russian icebreakers.
Project 22160 is a large patrol ship class being constructed for the Russian Navy.
A radar picket is a radar-equipped station, ship, submarine, aircraft, or vehicle used to increase the radar detection range around a force to protect it from surprise attack, typically air attack.
The Ropucha-class (toad), or Project 775 landing ships are classified in the Russian Navy as "large landing craft" (Bol'shoy Desantnyy Korabl).
The Russian Hydrographic Service, full current official name Department of Navigation and Oceanography of the Ministry of Defence of the Russian Federation (Управление навигации и океанографии Министерства обороны Российской Федерации), is Russia's hydrographic office, with responsibility to facilitate navigation, performing hydrographic surveys and publishing nautical charts.
The Berezina was a fleet replenishment ship used by the Soviet Navy and by the Russian Navy.
The Sierra I class is the NATO reporting name for a type of nuclear attack submarines intended for the Soviet Navy and Russian Navy.
The M-class submarines, also Malyutka class (Малютка; baby or little one), were a class of small, single-, or 1½-hulled submarines built in the Soviet Union and used during World War II.
The S-class or Srednyaya ("medium") submarines were part of the Soviet Navy's underwater fleet during World War II.
The Sovremenny-class destroyer is the principal anti-surface warship of the Russian Navy ("Sovremenny" translates like "Modern").
The T43 class were a group of minesweepers built for the Soviet Navy and Soviet allies in the 1950s and 1960s.
The T58 class were a group of minesweepers built for the Soviet Navy in the 1950s The Soviet Designation was Project 264.
The Project 1241 are a class of Soviet missile corvettes.
The Udaloy I class are a series of anti-submarine destroyers built for the Soviet Navy, eight of which are currently in service with the Russian Navy. The Russian designation is Project 1155 Fregat. Twelve ships were built between 1980 and 1991, while a thirteenth ship built to a modified design as the Udaloy II class followed in 1999. They complement the Sovremennyy-class destroyer in anti-aircraft warfare and anti-surface warfare operations.
The Victor class is the NATO reporting name for a type of nuclear-powered submarine that was originally put into service by the Soviet Union around 1967.
Whiskey-class submarines (known in the Soviet Union as Projects 613, 644, and 665) are a class of naval submarines that the Soviet Union built in the early Cold War period.
The Yankee class was a class of Soviet nuclear ballistic missile submarines that was constructed from 1967 onward.
The Zubr class (Project 1232.2, NATO reporting name "Pomornik") is a class of air-cushioned landing craft (LCAC).