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Project 971 Щука-Б (Shchuka-B, 'Shchuka' meaning "pike", NATO reporting name "Akula") is a nuclear-powered attack submarine (SSN) first deployed by the Soviet Navy in 1986.
The American Holland-class submarines, also AG class or A class, were Holland 602 type submarines used by the Imperial Russian and Soviet Navies in the early 20th century.
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.
Project 955 or Borei alternate transliteration Borey (Борей; NATO Reporting Name: Dolgorukiy class, after the name of the lead vessel) is a class of nuclear-powered ballistic missile submarine produced by Russia and operated by the Russian Navy.
The S-class submarines of the Royal Navy were originally designed and built during the modernisation of the submarine force in the early 1930s to meet the need for smaller boats to patrol the restricted waters of the North Sea and the Mediterranean Sea, replacing the British H class submarines.
The British U-class submarines (officially "War Emergency 1940 and 1941 programmes, short hull ") were a class of 49 small submarines built just before and during the Second World War.
The CB-class was a group of midget submarines built for the Italian Navy during World War II.
The Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) is a civilian foreign intelligence service of the United States federal government, tasked with gathering, processing, and analyzing national security information from around the world, primarily through the use of human intelligence (HUMINT).
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.
Liaoning (16) is a Chinese a Type 001 aircraft carrier.
The Dekabrist-class were the first class of submarines built for the Soviet Navy after the October Revolution.
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.
EML Kalev was one of two submarines of the Republic of Estonia launched in 1936 at Vickers and Armstrongs Ltd. in England.
EML Lembit is one of two mine-laying submarines built for the Republic of Estonia before World War II, and is now a museum ship in Tallinn.
The Russian Gepard-class frigates (Project 1166.1) is a class of frigates that were intended as successors to the earlier s and, and corvettes.
GSF Explorer, formerly USNS Hughes Glomar Explorer (T-AG-193), was a deep-sea drillship platform initially built for the United States Central Intelligence Agency Special Activities Division secret operation Project Azorian to recover the sunken Soviet submarine ''K-129'', lost in March 1968.
Project 629, also known by the NATO reporting name of Golf class, were diesel electric ballistic missile submarines of the Soviet 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.
HMS Sunfish was a Royal Navy S-class submarine which was launched on 30 September 1936 and served in the Second World War.
HMS Unbroken (P42) was a Royal Navy U-class submarine built by Vickers-Armstrong at Barrow-in-Furness, and it was part of the third group of that class and has been the only vessel of the Royal Navy to bear the name.
HMS Unison (P43) was a Royal Navy U-class submarine built by Vickers-Armstrong at Barrow-in-Furness, and part of the third group of that class.
HMS Ursula was a U-class submarine, of the first group of that class constructed for the Royal Navy.
The Kalev class consisted of two mine laying submarines built for the Estonian Navy.
The Project 1135 Burevestnik (Storm Petrel) class were a series of frigates or guard ships (patrol boats).
The Leninets or L class were the second class of submarines to be built for the Soviet Navy.
This list of ships of the Second World War contains major military vessels of the war, arranged alphabetically and by type.
Submarines in the Soviet Navy were developed by numbered "projects", which were sometimes but not always given names.
The Modified Kashin class were six ships built and modified based on the Kashin class destroyer for the Soviet Navy between 1973 and 1980.
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.
A naval trawler is a vessel built along the lines of a fishing trawler but fitted out for naval purposes.
NMS Delfinul (The Dolphin) was a Romanian submarine that served in the Black Sea during the Second World War.
NMS Marsuinul (The Porpoise) was a submarine of the Romanian Navy, one of the few warships built in Romania during the Second World War.
NMS Mărășești was a ''Vifor''-class destroyer, ordered by Romania from Italy and built during the First World War.
NMS Mărăști was a ''Vifor''-class destroyer, ordered by Romania from Italy and built during the First World War.
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 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 Pravda class or P-class submarines were built for the Soviet Navy in the mid-1930s.
The Primor'ye class are a group of spy ship built for the Soviet Navy.
The Ronis-class submarines were built for the Latvian Navy in France in 1925.
Kommuna is a submarine salvage ship in service with the Russian Navy's Black Sea Fleet.
The Shchuka-class submarines (Щука), also referred to as Sh or Shch-class submarines, were a medium-sized class of Soviet submarines, built in large numbers and used during World War II.
The Sierra I class is the NATO reporting name for a type of nuclear attack submarines intended for the Soviet Navy and Russian Navy.
SSV-33 Ural (ССВ-33 Урал) (NATO reporting name: Kapusta (Russian for "cabbage")) was a command and control naval ship operated by the Soviet Navy.
Admiral Isakov was a of the Soviet Navy and briefly of the Russian Navy, named for Soviet admiral Ivan Isakov.
Admiral Makarov was a Project 1134A Berkut A (NATO reporting name Kresta II) class cruiser of the Soviet Navy and briefly of the Russian Navy.
Admiral Nakhimov was a Project 1134A of the Soviet Navy, named for Russian naval commander Pavel Nakhimov.
Admiral Oktyabrsky was a Project 1134A Berkut A (NATO reporting name Kresta II) class cruiser of the Soviet Navy, which briefly became part of the Russian Navy.
Admiral Zozulya (italic) was the lead ship of the Soviet Navy Project 1134 ''Admiral Zozulya''-class Large Anti-submarine Ship (translation, BPK) also known as the Kresta I Class guided missile cruisers.
Krasnyi Kavkaz (from Russian: "Красный Кавказ" - "Red Caucasus") was a cruiser of the Soviet Navy that began construction during World War I, but was still incomplete during the Russian Revolution.
Krasnyi Krym (Красный Крым - Red Crimea) was a light cruiser of the Soviet Navy.
Kronstadt (Кронштадт) was a Project 1134A of the Soviet Navy, named for the Kronstadt naval base.
Marshal Voroshilov was a Project 1134A Berkut A (NATO reporting name Kresta II) class of the Soviet Navy, which briefly became part of the Russian Navy after being renamed Khabarovsk in 1991.
The K class were the largest submarines built for the Soviet Navy in the World War II era.
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 Soviet Navy (Military Maritime Fleet of the USSR) was the naval arm of the Soviet Armed Forces.
The S-class or Srednyaya ("medium") submarines were part of the Soviet Navy's underwater fleet during World War II.
Soviet submarine K-162 was the world's fastest submarine.
K-278 Komsomolets was the only Project 685 Plavnik (Плавник, meaning "fin", also known by its NATO reporting name of "Mike"-class) nuclear-powered attack submarine of the Soviet Navy.
STS Sedov (Седов), formerly Magdalene Vinnen II (1921–1936) and Kommodore Johnsen (–1948), is a four-masted steel barque that for almost 80 years was the largest traditional sailing ship in operation.
The Project 1241 are a class of Soviet missile corvettes.
The Hunt for Red October is Tom Clancy's 1984 debut novel.
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 Uragan-class guard ships were built for the Soviet Navy as small patrol and escort ships.
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.
The Vifor class was a group of four destroyers ordered by Romania in 1913 and built in Italy during the First World War.
The Vishnya class (also known as the Meridian class) are a group of intelligence collection ships built for the Soviet Navy in the 1980s.
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 Yastreb-class guard ships were built for the Soviet Navy as small patrol and escort ships.