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Update the Russian Navy. In the gland. Part of 3

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So, it's time to summarize what vessels replenished the Russian Navy in the last couple of days. The main ships and support ships for combat operations we examined earlier. But this third part is devoted precisely to the "workhorses" of the domestic military fleet. That is, these are auxiliary vessels that have replenished the Russian navy over the past few years.


Medium sea tanker project 23130:

0. "Akademik Pashin" - laid 26.04.14

Update the Russian Navy. In the gland. Part of 3

23120 Project Logistics Vessel:

1. "Elbrus" - laid 14.11.12



2. "MB-75" - laid 19.12.13



3. "Captain Shevchenko" - laid 24.07.14



19910 Small Hydrographic Vessel:

4. "Vaigach" - adopted in the fleet 25.11.07



5. "Victor Faleev" - 29.01.13



Large hydrographic boats of the 19920 project:

6. "BGK-2090" - adopted in the fleet 27.12.08



7. "BGK-797" - adopted in the fleet 17.06.09



8. "BGK-2148" - adopted in the fleet 01.01.12



9. "BGK-2151" - adopted in the fleet 14.12.13



10. "BGK-2152" - launched 03.06.14. Acceptance works are underway.



11. "BGK number 703" - laid 14.05.14



Sea rescue tug project 22030:

12. "Anatoly Piskunov" - adopted in the fleet 14.09.14



Sea rescue tug of the project “Morzh” 745MB:

13. "MB-12" - adopted in the fleet 16.12.11



14. "Victor Konetsky" - adopted in the fleet 09.12.13



Sea rescue tug project PS-45:

15. "PS-45" - laid 22.07.13



22870 rescue towing vessel:

16. "SBS-45" - adopted in the fleet 27.06.14



17. SBS-565 - 20.05 launched. Xnumx



90600 Raid Tugboat:

18. "RB-34" - adopted in the fleet 14.07.09



19. "RB-47" - adopted in the fleet 27.08.09



20. "RB-48" - adopted in the fleet 08.10.09



21. "RB-386" - adopted in the fleet 08.10.10



22. "Pomorie" - adopted in the fleet 16.06.11



23. "RB-389" - adopted in the fleet 03.11.10



24. "RB-43" - adopted in the fleet 29.07.11



25. "RB-45" - adopted in the fleet 06.10.11



26. "RB-20" - adopted in the fleet 18.11.11



27. "RB-42" - adopted in the fleet 30.12.11



28. "RB-391" - adopted in the fleet 24.09.12



29. "RB-394" - adopted in the fleet 28.10.12



30. "RB-395" - adopted in the fleet 19.12.12



31. "RB-392" - adopted in the fleet 06.06.13



32. "RB-398" - adopted in the fleet 05.09.13



33. "RB-400" - adopted in the fleet 08.11.13



34. "RB-401" - adopted in the fleet 20.12.13



35. "RB-413" - adopted in the fleet 11.06.14



36. "RB-412" - Launched 19.12.13



37. "RB-399" - adopted in the fleet 18.09.14



705B raid tugs:

38. "RB-39" - adopted in the fleet 23.07.10



39. "RB-10" - adopted in the fleet 21.10.11



40. "RB-369" - adopted in the fleet 25.10.12



41. "RB-396" - adopted in the fleet 14.05.13



42. "RB-402" - adopted in the fleet 01.01.13



43. "Dolphin" - adopted in the fleet 14.02.12



44. "Killer Whale" - adopted by the 21.02.12 fleet



16609 raid towboats:

45. "RB-403" - adopted in the fleet 01.01.13



46. "RB-405" - adopted in the fleet 01.01.13



47. "RB-404" - adopted in the fleet 01.01.13



48. "RB-406" - adopted in the fleet 28.05.14



49. "RB-407" - adopted in the fleet 30.08.14



Escort tug project PE-65:

50. "MB-92" - adopted in the fleet 01.01.13



51. "MB-93" - adopted in the fleet 01.01.13



52. "MB-134" - adopted in the fleet 01.01.14



53. "MB-135" - adopted in the fleet 01.01.14



Crane loader project 20360 "Dubnyak":

54. "VTR-79" - adopted in the fleet 16.12.10



02690 project floating crane:

55. "SPK-19150" - launched on 06.05.14



56. "SPK-37150" - launched on 30.05.14



57. "SPK-42150" - launched on 24.06.14



58. "SPK-43150" - launched on 02.08.14



59. №904 - laid 30.05.14



60. №905 - laid 30.05.14



Multifunctional integrated port service vessel based on the 03180 project:

61. "Umba" - adopted in the fleet 30.07.14.



62. "Pecha" - adopted in the fleet 30.07.14.



63. Luga - Launched 11.01.14



64. "BTH-74" - launched on 08.09.14



Transport floating dock project 22570 "Sviyaga":

65. "Sviyaga" - laid 30.11.12



Behind this all. In three parts, 198 comes out of new ships and vessels. And the other day two more Varshavyanka will be laid, but, officially, they are not yet in the gland. Thank you for attention! Fleet to be!
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  1. Magic archer
    Magic archer 27 October 2014 08: 48 New
    11
    A definite plus to the author! Thanks for the full alignment of affairs in the Navy, Dear hi
    1. ShturmKGB
      ShturmKGB 27 October 2014 08: 53 New
      +4
      The fleet has been created for decades and in a couple of years it will not be possible to rebuild it, but the prospects and pace are good, especially since there is a good base and desire!
  2. ilya_oz
    ilya_oz 27 October 2014 08: 57 New
    +7
    Great article, thanks for the interesting information.
  3. avt
    avt 27 October 2014 08: 57 New
    +5
    "Not a heroic" end to the photo session. laughing good However, I was pleased - refreshed by the fact that slowly but surely the worn-out Soviet legacy of supply vessels is being renewed. For those who, "And where are the frigates, cruisers!" - the ratio of warships to support ships among the Angles during the Falklands was 1: 1, and in the base it is necessary to turn the ships around. Again, it's great that they took up all these ,, hydrographs "- well, you can't swim on a cruiser throwing a lot into the seas and shouting at the bridge how deep it is, as in the days of Petrusha # 1.
    1. Trailer
      27 October 2014 09: 04 New
      +4
      I am especially pleased that we are ahead of the rest in tugboats. So it will be that to drag. I’m also glad that they finally took up floating cranes. And then there finally was silence a couple of years ago.
  4. Trailer
    27 October 2014 09: 01 New
    +4
    If anyone missed:

    http://topwar.ru/61081-obnovlenie-rossiyskogo-vmf-v-zheleze-chast-1.html - Обновление российского ВМФ. В железе. Часть 1

    http://topwar.ru/61116-obnovlenie-rossiyskogo-vmf-v-zheleze-chast-2.html - Обновление российского ВМФ. В железе. Часть 2

    By the way, floating targets for the Navy + were not included in the calculation the other day. Another naval tugboat for the Navy was laid, plus 30 oct. there will be 2 bookmarks of Varshavyanka. Well, in December they should lay down 2 nuclear submarines.
  5. 31rus
    31rus 27 October 2014 09: 06 New
    +1
    Eugene, the photos are cool, but this is not enough, at least for a short time, for what they are intended, the equipment, where they will serve, this is my personal opinion
    1. Trailer
      27 October 2014 09: 19 New
      +1
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      % 80% D0% B0% D1% 86% D0% B8% D0% B8 - a link to help you. I did not want to overload the article.
  6. Vadim237
    Vadim237 27 October 2014 10: 33 New
    +1
    It’s bad that there’s not just one big warship, and we also need large rescue platforms as an American Explorer.
  7. 505506
    505506 27 October 2014 10: 56 New
    0
    I did not understand a little, explain. The auxiliary fleet of the Russian Navy, and the flags are civilian tricolors. Now there are no auxiliary fleet flags?
    1. Alexey RA
      Alexey RA 27 October 2014 16: 46 New
      +2
      Probably the pictures were taken before the ships received the fleet. During this period, ships and vessels carry a civil tricolor.
      There were photos of new submarines of the Black Sea Fleet at factory tests - "besiks" were rushing over them.
  8. Vladimirets
    Vladimirets 27 October 2014 10: 59 New
    0
    "what kind of ships has been added to the Russian Navy over the past couple of days."

    And this is all for the last "couple of days"? belay
    1. Trailer
      27 October 2014 12: 20 New
      0
      A couple of days is two days of publication of the previous parts.
  9. Serg65
    Serg65 27 October 2014 12: 29 New
    +6
    Hulls MB pr.745 (in the photo MB-12, "Viktor Konetsky") very much resemble the hulls MB pr.773 ("White Swan"), which were designed back in 1958. True, the building of Project 773 was a little shorter, they did not climb out from the seas and the service on them was called "dog". Well, on the topic, without replacing the auxiliary fleet, it will be difficult for the combat fleet to develop and the saturation of the UVF with new vessels indicates great views on the fate of the combatant fleet!
  10. Funnels
    Funnels 27 October 2014 13: 24 New
    +3
    Thanks for the review. We would have as many destroyers and frigates as tugs. Oh dreams, dreams.
  11. SKR-1135
    SKR-1135 27 October 2014 13: 34 New
    +1
    There is still a lot of work to restore our fleet, but the dynamics are good, it is a pity Russia lost the shipyards in Nikolaev, I want to believe that sooner or later they will return again.
  12. korjik
    korjik 27 October 2014 14: 28 New
    +1
    The photos are wonderful! Inspires. But! Take a look through google map on American naval bases. And on ours. Have you looked? Did you see the difference? If you have a beautiful ship, but if you don’t stick it anywhere, except for a barrel on the roadstead, and the crew is waiting on the shore for unsettled life. Maybe then you need to build a fleet differently? Not?
  13. Prager
    Prager 27 October 2014 14: 37 New
    +3
    the fleet consists not only of ships alone, but also of coastal infrastructure, but most importantly of PEOPLE! One must also think of them, as well as of iron.
  14. VOLKHOV
    VOLKHOV 27 October 2014 15: 43 New
    +1
    A good review is the future of the fleet, reconnaissance and the rise of the drowned. I wonder if Soviet-made warships will be bought from the Chinese and Indians?
  15. Andrei from Chelyabinsk
    Andrei from Chelyabinsk 27 October 2014 17: 14 New
    +3
    good
    Thank! Great job!
  16. Ra79
    Ra79 27 October 2014 18: 22 New
    +2
    Excellent article, thank you!
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  18. arslan23
    arslan23 28 October 2014 14: 19 New
    0
    I have only one question? Why so many tugboats?