The patrol ship "Ladny" of project 1135 returns to the fleet

The patrol ship "Ladny" of project 1135 returns to the fleet

The composition of the Black Sea fleet one of the "veterans" is returning - the patrol ship of project 1135 (code "Petrel") "Okay". The ship will go to sea in mid-May. This was reported by Izvestia with reference to the Ministry of Defense.


According to the publication, the repair of the Ladny patrol ship, which lasted from 2016, is ending and by mid-May the ship should return to the 30th division of surface ships of the Black Sea Fleet.

It is reported that during the repair on the ship, the marching engines that have exhausted their life have been completely changed, the final adjustment of the main power plant is underway. The ship was restored full field readiness. Some changes to the hull design are also reported. There is no information on the replacement of weapons.

Back in 2016, it was announced that on the Ladny marching engines from the anti-submarine ship Kerch, which did not go to sea after the 2014 fire, would be installed. Completely new turbines were installed on the Kerch, purchased from Ukraine before the Maidan coup, and the ship itself suffered from a fire during the repair and a decision was made to write it off. At the same time, the Ladny turbines have fully exhausted their resources.

Project 1135 patrol ship (code "Petrel") "Ladny" was laid down on May 25, 1979 at the Gulf Shipyard in Kerch, launched on May 7, 1980, and was included in the Black Sea Fleet on February 25, 1981. Displacement - 3200 tons, hull length - 123 meters, width - 14,2 meters. Speed ​​- up to 32 knots, cruising range - 5000 miles. Crew - 197 people.

Engine: 2 gas turbine units of 18000 hp, 2 screws.

In service: the URPK-5 "Rastrub" universal missile system, two AK-76,2 twin 726 mm gun mounts, two Osa-MA-2 air defense launchers, two four-pipe 533 mm torpedo tubes and two RBU- rocket launchers 6000.
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  1. Uncle lee April 22 2020 13: 49 New
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    launched May 7, 1980
    Yeah ... The old horse will not spoil the furrow!
    1. The leader of the Redskins April 22 2020 13: 55 New
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      Wow ... And we are still laughing at the dill "hetman ..." ... Is it from hopelessness that the veterans began to be returned to duty?
      1. kjhg April 22 2020 14: 08 New
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        Quote: Leader of the Redskins
        Is it from hopelessness that the veterans began to return to the system?

        If possible, you need to save the veterans, because replacement for them is not yet expected. It is clear that there is no point in upgrading a 40-year-old ship, but at least it is necessary to carry out repairs to the state of marching readiness. Such watchdogs are needed to monitor American destroyers entering the Black Sea. And they almost never come out of the Mediterranean.
        1. Marconi41 April 22 2020 14: 33 New
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          Quote: kjhg
          Such watchdogs are needed to monitor American destroyers

          This is actually an anti-submarine ship. So it can be used just for its intended purpose. Set it against the destroyer, that’s people to make people laugh.
          1. kjhg April 22 2020 14: 49 New
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            Quote: Marconi41
            This is actually an anti-submarine ship. So it can be used just for its intended purpose.

            Of course it is possible. The only question is the effectiveness of its SAC and anti-submarine missile torpedoes against modern submarines.
            Quote: Marconi41
            Set it against the destroyer, that’s people to make people laugh.

            Not against the destroyer, but to monitor the destroyer or group of ships. This is standard practice.
            1. Pavel57 April 22 2020 15: 22 New
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              You watch the destroyer, and if anything, then 4 Wasps on his side.
              1. kjhg April 22 2020 15: 26 New
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                At a short distance of 5-10 km, the destroyer will not have such a big advantage as, say, at a distance of 100 km or more. You can sting Osa, or you can plant a rocket and torpedo below the waterline.
                1. Marconi41 April 22 2020 15: 58 New
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                  Quote: kjhg
                  plant a torpedo rocket below the waterline.

                  At what distance? On small, if only torpedoes. Well, or from RBU to "touch" to be noted. And the Wasp will not bring much loss to a large ship.
                  1. kjhg April 22 2020 16: 35 New
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                    Rocket-torpedoes Rastrub beat up to 50 km, as far as I know.
                    1. Marconi41 April 22 2020 16: 56 New
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                      They hit, but this is a missile torpedo, the main striking part of it is a torpedo. That is, at small distances at which each other is being monitored, they simply will not be able to split in time, and it is precisely the rocket that does not have guidance on the target.
                2. Pavel57 April 22 2020 16: 51 New
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                  The point is to "sting" Wasp from close patrols. Nevertheless, the 9M33 missile with a warhead of 15 kg is like a 152 mm caliber projectile. 4 missiles in the wheelhouse, and if the engine burns out inside the hull.

                  At least Osa boat drowned.
                  1. Marconi41 April 22 2020 17: 00 New
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                    Quote: Pavel57
                    The meaning is to "sting" Wasp from close patrol

                    It is of course, but if it is not possible to sting (get into the wheelhouse), the consequences for the ICR will be very dire.
                    1. Pavel57 April 22 2020 18: 03 New
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                      It is of course, but if it is not possible to sting (get into the wheelhouse), the consequences for the ICR will be very dire.

                      Any duel with a modern frigate or destroyer Ladny will lose, it remains only to keep the gun at the temple, for this Ladny has nothing but Wasp and guns.
                      1. Marconi41 April 22 2020 18: 31 New
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                        Quote: Pavel57
                        Any duel with a modern frigate or destroyer Ladny will lose, it remains only to keep the gun at the temple, for this Ladny has nothing but Wasp and guns.

                        So this is not necessary. A patrol ship, which is covered by the Bastion or Ball, is enough to track the airspace. And 1135 is still an anti-submarine ship, which should be used for its intended purpose.
                      2. Angry April 22 2020 22: 06 New
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                        Of course. Whoever comes up with all this, that "weapon tracking" is guaranteed the destruction of AB or EM. I was told that as soon as we turn on the SOC, one of them EM immediately turns on us, and in fact goes almost on a ram, pointing its 127 mm gun at us, which produces 20 shells per minute, which, accordingly, for the same minute SKR 1135 how the BNK will cease to exist .... They will sooner let the unarmed scout into their warrant, than they will allow such nonsense. And in the SM they are not alone, and NATO frigates also followed us, producing the "SO" database when we ourselves were engaged in the "CO".
                3. Doccor18 April 22 2020 20: 04 New
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                  After the Second World War, sometimes "pre-war" projects were also built in the USSR. They did not differ in novelty, but ...
                  They were solid ships, there were no others. And most importantly - they were
                  crews! People studied.
                  The fleet needs ships, but still
                  crews are also needed.
                  Yes, 40 years old ship, but on it
                  one and a half hundred sailors are
                  service. Even if on it,
                  and in five years they will pass
                  together on brand new 22350.
                  The main thing is to keep combat-ready
                  crews, and ships,
                  God willing, let’s build.
            2. Marconi41 April 22 2020 15: 54 New
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              Quote: kjhg
              Not against the destroyer, but to monitor the destroyer or group of ships. This is standard practice.

              It seems to me that this is a job for corvettes and patrol ships.
          2. sivuch April 22 2020 15: 48 New
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            Then at least you need to change the tail. And Snowstorm on the Trumpet. Or put RTPU instead of conventional TA. In any case, the PMSM - there is no point in restoring without some kind of weapon modernization.
            1. Angry April 22 2020 22: 12 New
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              Rather, it is necessary to change the Bell socket containers to the eight URN anti-ship missile launchers, and change the Osa air defense missile system to the Broadsword missile defense system, since the absence of MZA is the weakest point in the project. And that’s all.
        2. mintai_kot April 22 2020 15: 03 New
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          This class of the ship, in addition to the surface threat to the enemy, has good capabilities for combating submarines. And they left the old acoustic station there or there is a new one, in the article neither GU-GU
      2. antivirus April 22 2020 14: 25 New
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        cleaned a spoon and ... in operation
        I’ll get cons - I’ll go to the UN Commission for the Rights of Commissary Experts.
        years - not the main thing (about aviation it was); The main thing is the composition of the case and mechanisms.
        thanks to the crew and captains for safety
        1. The leader of the Redskins April 22 2020 14: 28 New
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          I'm a plus, looking at my minuses))) laughing
      3. Alexey RA April 22 2020 15: 42 New
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        Quote: Leader of the Redskins
        Wow ... And we are still laughing at the dill "hetman ..." ... Is it from hopelessness that the veterans began to be returned to duty?

        This is from the absence of the second triple 11356.
        Initially, the six new 11356 was supposed to change the whole floating museum The 11th brigade of anti-submarine ships (later the 30th division of surface ships) of the Black Sea Fleet. Namely:
        BOD "Kerch", pr. 1134B, built in since 1974
        SKR "Shrewd", pr. 61, built in since 1969
        TFR "Ladny", pr. 1135, built in since 1980
        TFR "Inquisitive", pr. 1135M, built in since 1981
        But 11356 managed to pass only 3 pieces. They replaced Kerch and Sharp. But the “Okay” and “Inquisitive” will still have to serve. Fortunately, they are the "ancestors" of project 11356.
      4. venik April 22 2020 16: 42 New
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        Quote: Leader of the Redskins
        Wow ... And we are still laughing at the dill "hetman ..." ... Is it from hopelessness that the veterans began to be returned to duty?

        =======
        "Hetman" - both FOOTED and FOOTLING .... And "sticking out" seems to be .....
        And they return it to the system - only THAT that can also SERVE!
      5. DmitrijT April 22 2020 18: 25 New
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        The Jedi do not want to write off their CVN-68 (can not), although they essentially do not need it.
    2. Snail N9 April 22 2020 14: 00 New
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      The old horse will not spoil the furrow!

      ... but also doesn’t plow deeply ... " yes
      1. Uncle lee April 22 2020 14: 01 New
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        But it pulls evenly! good
  2. paul72 April 22 2020 13: 54 New
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    Laid down - May 79.
    Launched - May 80.
    Put into operation - February 81.

    Today's fiction
    1. Uncle lee April 22 2020 13: 59 New
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      Quote: paul72
      For the present

      By the time of construction - for sure! And in terms of service life, too! hi
      1. AAK
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        Now it’s clear why the negative information about the 22350M took place at VO, the OSK is waiting for Moscow and Varyag with Marshal Ustinov to be put on the needles, their Ukrainian turbines will put tady on new super frigates ...
    2. antivirus April 22 2020 14: 26 New
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      then tomatoes were born faster

      ... and cats were kittens ..
    3. Sidor Amenpodestovich April 22 2020 14: 55 New
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      Today's fiction

      With tight control it is absolutely possible. The construction of the Crimean bridge confirms this.
  3. lopuhan2006 April 22 2020 14: 08 New
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    Quote: Leader of the Redskins
    Wow ... And we are still laughing at the dill "hetman ..." ... Is it from hopelessness that the veterans began to be returned to duty?

    Is there a choice? 3 Admiral instead of 6 .....
    But Bykov and Co. are not a substitute for the word at all, and here their old man takes 1 to 3 (if the bell starts). Moscow, too, does not come out of a good life without modernization in armaments (at least until Ustinov).
    But we should not laugh at Ukraine, but we must cry, because we were with IBNe and this is our possible future if the state further cares about the people with the ensuing ....
    1. antivirus April 22 2020 14: 28 New
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      because we were like that under IBN and this is our possible future if the state further cares about the people with the ensuing ..

      - the adequacy and psycho health of the country's arms is expensive
  4. senima56 April 22 2020 14: 21 New
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    "" Ladny "was laid down on May 25, 1979, launched on May 7, 1980, included in the Black Sea Fleet on February 25, 1981" - That was the pace! Less than 2 years on such a ship! And now ..... Sad gentlemen ...
    1. Charik April 22 2020 16: 07 New
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      Gentlemen today in Paris
  5. knn54 April 22 2020 14: 21 New
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    - There is no information on the replacement of weapons.
    So they do not count on long-term operation. The metal also gets tired.
  6. mintai_kot April 22 2020 14: 29 New
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    The workhorse of the fleet, which has established itself over the years of service, is only on the positive side! And the ships serve as long as the condition of the hull and propeller shafts allows, everything else has the ability to be replaced. It is surprising at what speed the USSR riveted them - a year and a half and a box in the composition!
    1. donavi49 April 22 2020 15: 17 New
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      The usual pace. Just now, the fisheries have degraded and do not want / cannot return to normal levels.

      For example:
      Frigate Peter Willemoes - laid in March 2009 at the shipyard in Odense (Denmark), built at three shipyards and docked at the lead shipyard, commissioned in June 2011. Series 3 of the ship, the last built in 23 months. Ship in 6000t with full MK41 under 32 Standards. Plus air defense missile defense MD. Plus up to 16 anti-ship missiles.




      The second series of Sigma, and in Indonesia was under construction, was commissioned on a heavy project (10514) January 2016-January 2018. Vertical line for 12 missiles + 8 anti-ship missiles. 2500t standard corvette


      The recent FREMM of the last update - February 2017, was laid down, it was handed over to the coronovirus in February 2020. Three years, but this new update FREMM + Italians + is already almost 7000t full (6870 like in this update)
  7. Thrifty April 22 2020 14: 34 New
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    Yes, do not say, but problems with the engines confuse all plans! The fleet receives warships much less than necessary. Yes they build what they can still build and not what they need.
    1. Arthur 85 April 22 2020 15: 09 New
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      Well, you don’t want diesel engines, but what is stopping you through the Cayman Islands from buying engines in China / Italy, at least anywhere? To answer the protests: we’ll understand and report. Deal with the death of the cruiser Men - 150 years.
      1. Thrifty April 22 2020 15: 13 New
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        Arthur85 hi - with the Chinese, we have already burned ourselves! They were on our MRK, and rained en masse! So, this product is not for our use!
      2. Alexey RA April 22 2020 15: 48 New
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        Quote: Arthur 85
        Well, you don’t want diesel engines, but what is stopping you through the Cayman Islands from buying engines in China / Italy, at least anywhere?

        One small problem - a fully localized production cycle of ship gas-turbine engines is available only in four countries of the world: the USA, Great Britain, Ukraine, and Russia, which seems to have joined the club (we’ll enter when the “salute” gas-turbine engine starts at 22350).
        Everything - other manufacturers to one degree or another sit at the hook of GE, RR or Dawns. Any unauthorized "head office" export - and cooperation either deteriorates sharply or is broken.
        Will the same Chinese risk their fleet for the delivery of the gas turbine to us - especially when you consider that they are cooperating with the Ukrainian Zorya?
        1. Arthur 85 April 22 2020 22: 45 New
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          Eh. Then the triple expansion steam engine! “Mikasu” she clocked up to 18 knots. And dragged, scary to think, 10 inch armored belt, 4 * 305 mm and 12 * 152 mm. And now, they say, a warship of more than 1 * 76 mm and 20 knots is not necessary. You can drown with oil, although there is more than enough coal in Kuzbass ... I believe the industry will master the steam engine, since it wasn’t enough with diesel engines or gas turbine engines ...
  8. Andobor April 22 2020 14: 59 New
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    The nephew at the urgent medal "For the Return of Crimea" on it earned,
    - the same was mostly for repairs.
    Everyone who served in Crimea at that time was given everyone.
    1. Xnumx vis April 22 2020 15: 20 New
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      Quote: Andobor
      The nephew at the urgent medal "For the Return of Crimea" on it earned,
      - the same was mostly for repairs.
      Everyone who served in Crimea at that time was given everyone.

      Not everyone. but to those who deserve it. am soldier
      1. Andobor April 22 2020 16: 54 New
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        Quote: 30 vis
        Not everyone. but to those who deserve it.

        Yes, everyone who served everyone deserved it.
        1. Xnumx vis April 22 2020 18: 41 New
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          Quote: Andobor
          Quote: 30 vis
          Not everyone. but to those who deserve it.

          Yes, everyone who served everyone deserved it.

          Not all believe me ... And this medal was not easy ... I will not give details.
  9. Pavel57 April 22 2020 15: 10 New
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    Quote: Uncle Lee
    launched May 7, 1980
    Yeah ... The old horse will not spoil the furrow!

    ..... but not deeply plowed.
  10. Flinkfan April 22 2020 15: 17 New
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    Alive smoking room, hello to you, hello! I remember how the crew for you on the "Active" was selected. The former "Okay" went to the Indians.
  11. Pvi1206 April 22 2020 15: 19 New
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    Ukraine will be proud of this event ... with a gnashing of teeth ...
  12. Varaga April 22 2020 15: 23 New
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    It looks like a veteran. Just think - 40 years old was drumming. I saw ships that are 24-26 years old, and they didn’t look so “awake”.
    1. Alexey RA April 22 2020 15: 51 New
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      Quote: Waraga
      It looks like a veteran. Just think - 40 years old was drumming.

      Last year, in the same brigade, the “Shrewd” was retired, adopted by the fleet in 1969 - 50 years in service.
  13. Charik April 22 2020 16: 02 New
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    RPK Trumpet is a type of Snowstorm?
  14. saylor1971 April 22 2020 16: 19 New
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    The ship is 40 years old. If by analogy it was to use the destroyers of the Admiral Rozhdestvensky squadron in 1941 or in 1980 to use the 7U EM project (all the fleets of the world would converge on viewing such a museum exhibit). And in modern times, given the development of electronics, the use of such ships is useless from a military point of view (unless at least some training of personnel). Their operation (worn-out mechanisms, outdated electronics) requires large investments (no spare parts).
    1. Alexey RA April 22 2020 18: 12 New
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      Quote: saylor1971
      If by analogy it was to use the destroyers of the Admiral Rozhdestvensky squadron in 1941 or in 1980 to use the 7U EM project (all the fleets of the world would converge on viewing such a museum exhibit).

      And why, in 1980, converge on watching Anshan? He was in service until 1992. smile
      We have EM pr. 30 bis written off right up to 1994.
      The Yankees run "tics", surrendered to the fleet in the mid-80s. And recently, the commander-in-chief of their fleet suggested returning decommissioned UHP to the fleet - for frigates were urgently needed.
      1. donavi49 April 22 2020 22: 49 New
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        Tika is an incorrect example. This is a breakthrough ship of its time, with gigantic modernization potential. That is, if desired, it can be brought to the level of fresh Burke, only from the shipyard. And even without this, he is +/- at the level, and for a number of tasks (for example, the ship is an arsenal for carrying mass democracy) - he is even worse than the freshest Burke again.

        Okay, Quick-witted, Inquisitive and other old people are architecturally hopelessly outdated and today they are not able to carry out serious military tasks. Not to mention, about the level flush with modern ships, in a narrow niche.

        According to Perry, yes, but the commander in chief was told that he was wrong and it was all over. Now, if Perry had begun revising and collecting brigades from the firewood that had been removed, relatively living, of the 3 types written off - 1 alive, then yes. And then, Perry, due to the carrying of 2 helicopters, versus 0 for old people, already here they look more interesting.

        The Chinese are still easier. Previously, there were tears and outdated projects. Then they started borrowing technology and started growing. However, microseries in 1-2 ships. Then, having filled their hand, they began to cut megaseries no worse than the leaders. However, the old ships were not abandoned. Which are preparing for sale / transfer to allies. Which are undergoing modernization in Chinese. Such a destroyer of the late 90s comes in with Krotal and Exozets with primitive radars and old double-barreled shotguns, leaves already with the VPU Shtil-1 pumped as much as possible, YJ-18 (Chinese caliber), the latest version of Frigate-M, other electronic means (by the way, the Chinese seem to be finally copied Smart-S / L tested it on the stand - they will put it on new ships) and new artillery systems.
  15. Ryaruav April 22 2020 18: 43 New
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    what to do, we need ships and the old ones are likely to remain in service
    1. Angry April 22 2020 22: 18 New
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      Yes. For ten years, he, with new engines, is now definitely drumming.
      1. radiovizit April 23 2020 13: 01 New
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        That's it ! And if at least a couple of young crews are prepared on it, the old man will 100% work his repair!
  16. NordUral April 23 2020 21: 16 New
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    Okay, let it be "Okay" than without it. Thanks for that too.