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The monsters of USSR, blasts from the past

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Re: The monsters of USSR, blasts from the past

Post by marc_zman on Wed Mar 23, 2011 3:09 am



mak aiii.. dia punyer teritip.. dah macam dia ternak pulak
anyway.. gud info yinchet

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Re: The monsters of USSR, blasts from the past

Post by sbbs on Wed Mar 23, 2011 3:49 am

kalo tak buang teritip tu ok gak
utk dijadikan camouflage
cuba bayangkan kalo ader enemy ship sedang scan sonar utk detect sub tu
detect mmg detect
tp kat dlm screen nampak macam kapal karam
almaklum ler teritip menutupi badan sub Laughing

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Re: The monsters of USSR, blasts from the past

Post by jofizo on Wed Mar 23, 2011 3:56 am

dah boleh jadik kapal black pearl..........

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Re: The monsters of USSR, blasts from the past

Post by malarkey on Wed Mar 23, 2011 5:25 am

marc_zman wrote:

mak aiii.. dia punyer teritip.. dah macam dia ternak pulak
anyway.. gud info yinchet

astaga!!!!

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Re: The monsters of USSR, blasts from the past

Post by pcboss on Wed Mar 23, 2011 6:25 am

back from d graveyard! buruk giler...

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Re: The monsters of USSR, blasts from the past

Post by superhornet on Wed Mar 23, 2011 6:29 am

malarkey wrote:
marc_zman wrote:

mak aiii.. dia punyer teritip.. dah macam dia ternak pulak
anyway.. gud info yinchet

astaga!!!!

mana taknyer dah baper lama tersadai .. so segala mak nenek yg melekat ekekekekek ...

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Re: The monsters of USSR, blasts from the past

Post by yinchet on Sat Apr 02, 2011 10:48 am

Russian Large Landing Craft



Large Project 775 landing craft (otherwise known as “Ropucha I”) is a series of Soviet ships designed for landing of troops and loads on the shore. They are the base of the Russian Landing Fleet. Let’s explore their history and go aboard one of them.



The Russian Navy had some requirements concerning this type of ships: a large landing craft had to be capable of carrying a battalion, a medium landing craft – a company, and a small landing craft – a platoon. Ironically, all of the already existed medium landing craft didn’t meet these requirements and in 1968 it was decided to design new medium landing craft called Project 775.



The new project was designed in Poland thus its main constructor was a Pole. In a process of designing ships were reclassified from medium to large landing craft.




The forerunner of the future ships was built in 1974. The first series consisted of 12 ships was finished in 1978 and called “Rapoucha I” in the West.



The second series consisted of 16 ships was finished in 1992. They were called “Rapoucha II”. These ships must have been substituted by new Project 778 ships but after the breakup of the USSR, in 1992, both unfinished ships were destroyed.



Large Project 775 landing ships were designed exclusively for the Navy of the USSR. None of them was a part of the Navy of any member states of the Warsaw Treaty Organisation. The only exception is the large landing craft given to Yemen in 1979.



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Re: The monsters of USSR, blasts from the past

Post by yinchet on Sat Apr 02, 2011 10:49 am





“No smoking or incendiary articles”



“Don’t stand under the barrel”



Besides the transportation of troops and loads Project 775 landing ships can also be used for installation of mine barriers, delivering humanitarian supplies and people’s evacuation from dangerous areas. It is capable of carrying 650 tons and covering the 4700-mile distance in any non-freezing seas and oceans.




Troops take their seats in the armor hold and may be landed even in very poor weather conditions.



There are plenty of secrets inside the ship. One of them is that the contents of the latrine aren’t poured out in the water, but collected in a special container where hard fractions are separated and processed into fuel. Other useless remains go ashore.



One of the sailors’ hobbies (except rubbing the deck) is to polish brass doorplates. That’s why they shine so well. However, half of the inscriptions can hardly be read.




The cages of a flame disperser are a perfect place for drying a uniform.



As a rule, these ships operate as a part of a landing ship group but also can perform their functions independently.



For attacking coastal fortifications and destroying the enemy, Project 775 landing ships use a multiple artillery rocket system which can fire at the range of 21 km from the target.




Here is the navigator’s place in the turret.


And this is the mechanism serving the shells.


The landing ship is equipped with a detection radar which operates at the distance of 100 km.


The large landing ship-54 (Project 775M) was built in Poland. It joined the Black Sea Fleet in 1990. In 2000 it was renamed Azov.



In 2001 it took part in transportation of Russian military hardware from the territory of Georgia.



Now it is located in the South bay of Sevastopol and is actively used by the 197th landing craft brigade while doing various training exercises.


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Re: The monsters of USSR, blasts from the past

Post by yinchet on Wed Apr 13, 2011 6:06 am

Home of the Russian Northern Fleet

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The Russian Northern Fleet is located on the Kola Peninsula. And today we have a unique chance to put to sea aboard one of its warships and watch some training exercises on maneuvering, search of the submarine and artillery firing.


Many ships stand at the dock. This is the missile cruiser “Marshal Ustinov” of Project 1164.

The large antisubmarine ship “Severomorsk” of Project 1155.

The jack of “Severomorsk”.


“Kulakov” ship and its four-piped 533-mm torpedo launcher.

A six-barreled 30 mm Gatling gun.



Some more pictures of “Severomorsk”.



Leaving the dock.

The harbor tug RB-265.

“Severomorsk”.

“Marshal Ustinov”. The large antisubmarine “Admiral Levchenko” and heavy nuclear missile cruiser “Peter the Great” are in the background.

Kola Bay.



Training exercises consisted of 5 stages:

1. Ships leave the base following trawlers. 2. Then they search for the “enemy’s” submarine. 3. Repelling the torpedo attack of the submarine and its destruction by means of anti-submarine warfare. 4. Keeping an artillery battle with a conventional enemy’s surface ship. 5. Repelling an air attack by means of anti-aircraft and universal artillery.



These are three basic trawlers: “Kotelnich”, “Polyarny” and “Vice-admiral Ushakov”.



Several small antisubmarine ships following “Kulakov”.




Ka-27 helicopters secure the ships and search for the submarine by lowering the hydro-acoustic station into the water.



Pilots deserves a lot of respect because they had to work during the gusty winds and snow.

The invisible submarine hunting down the ship fired a practical torpedo at it. A role of a silent hunter was played by the diesel “Yaroslavl” submarine.
To know the location of the submarine special L-38 antisubmarine aircraft came here.



That’s it. The submarine was detected and fired.

After the destruction of the submarine ships start the battle with the enemy’s surface ship. IL-38 exhibited surface targets and and the ships fire at them using their artillery systems. Pictured: AK-100 (“Kulakov”).

After firing the ships turned around heading for Kola Bay. According to the plan they were supposed to be attacked by a pair of carrier-based fighters Su-33, but it was so snowing that no one could see them in the sky.

The KT-216 launcher. Unloaded.

Then there was a command to load it.


Done

At this exercises were over and craft are headed for the base.




A radar and a system of automated radar plotting.

At the same time the course of the ship is recorded by the navigator on a paper chart.

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Post by yinchet on Wed Apr 13, 2011 6:18 am

Part 2


The binocular periscope viewfinder serves for monitoring environmental conditions in the upper hemisphere at any time of the day.

Mooring.

The view of a base.


A few photos of a forecastle. The lower shelves are spare. They are occupied only in case of transporting some additional personnel.


The only cabinet for contract soldiers.


“Legal education of military personnel”.

The TV set is fastened in order to prevent it from possible falling during pitching.


An officer’s cabin.



An operating room in the infirmary.

The clock at the entrance to the wardroom.

The menu. The food is standard army here. Guys complain only of the absence of fruit.

“Vice-Admiral Kulakov”. View from the foredeck.

The ZIF-121 launcher.



Some more pictures of the base.














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Re: The monsters of USSR, blasts from the past

Post by dewafrost on Wed Apr 13, 2011 7:32 am



aku penah terbaca, krew kapal selam lebih untung sikit, sebab dlm menu mereka depa dapat mkn daging, sbb utk panas kan badan dlm lautan sejuk, krew kapal biasa depa ada heater daaahhhh

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