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5-i Opsk in photos. Part two

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The daily life of the 5th squadron was very diverse. Combat patrolling, tracking the enemy, but most of all was routine work - refueling on the go, servicing crews of nuclear submarines and submarines, transitions to anchorage sites, friendly calls at foreign ports. flag demonstrations. In this part of the photo gallery there will be a story about the logistics of the 5th squadron. On the Black Sea navy in those days there was a powerful combination of auxiliary vessels consisting of two brigades (9th and 16th brigades of the Navy UVF). The Black Sea tankers, sea tugs, killers and emergency rescue vessels also performed combat service as part of the 5th OPEsk.



The rescue tug SB-15 pr. 733С accepts fuel from KKC pr. 1833 "Berezina"


BOD Ave. 61MP "Bold" and KKS Ave 1833 "Berezina".

5-i Opsk in photos. Part two

Submarine plavbaz Ave. 310M "Viktor Kotelnikov" and DPL Ave 641.


BOD Ave. 1134B "Ochakov" (removed from the cruiser Ave. 68У1 "Zhdanov")


Gulf of Es Solum on the border of Libya and Egypt, 52-I point of anchorage (Selivanovka village)


Cruiser control pr.68U1 "Zhdanov" during refueling


Tanker Ave. 92 "Golden Horn", RPC Ave 1123 "Moscow" and IPC Ave 204


DPL Ave. 641 accepts fuel from KKS Ave. 1833 "Berezina"


We watched not only, but also for us


Submarine Ave 705 "Lira" and GS Ave 320 "Yenisei", crew change


PBPL Pr 310 "Batur" provides bathing crews MPK Ave 1124 and PM Ave 303




But this is the most interesting picture. Tanker Ave. 1559В "Ivan Bubnov" fills RCC Ave. 1123 "Leningrad", BOD Ave. 1155 "Remove" and ..... Cuban TFR Ave. 1159-T. Bulgarians saw in the Mediterranean, but the Cubans ?! Desperate guys across the Atlantic on such a boat!


The succession of generations, the Zhdanov KRU and the RKR Slava take fuel from the tanker Ivan Bubnov


TAKR ave. 1143 "Kiev" and TAKR ave. 1143.2 "Minsk"


TAKR "Kiev" departs from KKS "Berezina"
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  1. Nik_One
    Nik_One 6 May 2016 05: 44
    +31
    Good article, great photos. to the author +

    Two of our TAKRs look beautiful and nostalgic good

    It's a pity, of course, “Novorossiysk” was ruined and “Admiral Gorshkov” is no longer ours, although the service in the form of “Vikramaditya” is definitely better than the fate of three younger brothers ...
    1. ametist415
      ametist415 6 May 2016 10: 45
      +13
      It's a pity, of course, “Novorossiysk” was ruined and “Admiral Gorshkov” is no longer ours, although the service in the form of “Vikramaditya” is definitely better than the fate of three younger brothers ...

      "Minsk" and "Kiev" were relatively lucky, thanks to the Chinese, now they are symbols for the education of the sea spirit of the Chinese youth. The Americans retained their Iowa-class battleships, and the AV Enterprise (Initiative) was sent on pins and needles with all the honors thanking them for 50 years of service. The plan is to have a new Enterprise. If we compare the attitude of the United States and Russia to their navies, it becomes clear that the Americans respect themselves and consider themselves a great maritime power, China is just taking this path, and Russia is still considered land-based, since it treats its fleet so frivolously. This will be a lesson, I hope we learned it.
      1. 73bor
        73bor 6 May 2016 17: 30
        +1
        What are you talking about, in my opinion the Americans have scrapped several times more than ours, and our attitude to the fleet is, "God forbid, a little bit of the history of a fleet like ours, so let the Chinese be proud of their Soviet" Kiev " nothing worthwhile has been built yet! "
        1. ametist415
          ametist415 6 May 2016 19: 23
          +4
          Apparently we have to learn lessons for a long time.
        2. ava09
          ava09 8 May 2016 15: 59
          +4
          Quote: 73bor
          What are you talking about, in my opinion the Americans have scrapped several times more than ours, and our attitude to the fleet is, "God forbid, a little bit of the history of a fleet like ours, so let the Chinese be proud of their Soviet" Kiev " nothing worthwhile has been built yet! "

          Let's start in order, otherwise you have cereal in your head. 1) No matter how many Yankees were sent to the needles, they saved all the iconic ships (and not only ships) as museums. 2) The history of our Fleet in terms of eventfulness does not really yield to even the oldest fleets in the world. And in heroism, no one can compare with our sailors. 3) What the Trotskyists did with our country and the Navy in the 90s cannot be justified; there really is nothing to be proud of. The process continues to this day, though its energy has significantly decreased. But the authorities are the same.
          1. St_tov
            St_tov 20 May 2016 04: 55
            -1
            Regarding the history of our Fleet - is it impossible to elaborate in more detail? And then there is a place to be because he only spent 150 years stupidly transferring considerable resources, with efficiency close to zero (Marinescu as an argument does not roll).
            1. Cat man null
              Cat man null 20 May 2016 05: 40
              0
              Quote: St_tov.
              Regarding the history of our Fleet - is it impossible to elaborate in more detail? And then there is a place to be because he only spent 150 years stupidly transferring considerable resources, with efficiency close to zero (Marinescu as an argument does not roll).

              belay

              Quote: St_tov.
              When I was a GIP, and working for NPO Aurora (in the distant Soviet times)

              Quote: http://www.avrorasystems.com/en/public/production/military-products/
              JSC Concern "NPO Aurora" is a leading enterprise in the industry in the development and supply of automated control systems for surface ships (ACS NK)

              - let's say this: if there weren’t this fleet, under the Union you wouldn’t have anything to get paid wink
              - but in general - you ask strange questions, IMHO .. what
  2. basil200
    basil200 6 May 2016 06: 18
    +15
    You look at these photos and understand why we were respected and feared.
  3. Volga Cossack
    Volga Cossack 6 May 2016 06: 25
    +11
    Beautiful photos from our past. Thank you !!!! Exactly - RESPECT !!!! LET AND CONTINUE IT WILL BE !!!!
  4. Waltasar
    Waltasar 6 May 2016 06: 52
    +11
    This is what I understand "Demonstration of the flag".
    1. WUA 518
      WUA 518 6 May 2016 07: 38
      +37
      Destroyer of project 956 "Desperate" and aircraft carrier of project 1143 "Kiev" in the Mediterranean, 1985-1986
      1. proud
        proud 6 May 2016 18: 21
        +10
        Cool shot!
  5. dsm100
    dsm100 6 May 2016 07: 50
    +8
    Of all the above-mentioned ships, only one remained in the ranks: Tanker pr. 1559V "Ivan Bubnov", the rest seemed to be on pins and needles.
    1. Serg65
      6 May 2016 09: 23
      +8
      Quote: dsm100
      Of all the above-mentioned ships, only one remained in the ranks: Tanker pr. 1559V "Ivan Bubnov", the rest seemed to be on pins and needles.

      The floating hospital "Yenisei" is still intact, the tanker "Golden Horn" is still in service, SB-15 is part of the Ukrainian Navy.
    2. alexej123
      alexej123 6 May 2016 13: 38
      +5
      Like "Glory" is now "Moscow".
      1. Serg65
        6 May 2016 13: 51
        +7
        Quote: alexej123
        Like "Glory" is now "Moscow".

        Now it is due to objective reasons "Moscow", and then it was "Glory". By the way, the cruiser in the history of the Navy was the fifth ship bearing the glorious name "Slava".
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  6. Alex_59
    Alex_59 6 May 2016 07: 52
    +4
    A plus.
    Maybe someone will recommend the literature on the service of the 5 th squadron? Memoirs and stuff. I would like to know more, but some informational vacuum is felt during the search.
    1. WUA 518
      WUA 518 6 May 2016 08: 27
      +6
      Quote: Alex_59
      5th squadron service literature?
      http://www.psydigest.ru/voennaya-istoriya/na-sredizemnomorskoy-eskadre.php
    2. Serg65
      6 May 2016 09: 20
      +4
      Quote: Alex_59
      I would like to know more, but some informational vacuum is felt during the search.

      Alexei, read the memoirs of Admiral Selivanov V.E. for example http://zavtra.ru/content/view/2005-03-2341/
      or http://nvo.ng.ru/history/2006-10-13/5_eskadra.html
      http://www.science-techno.ru/nt/article/voina-sudnogo-dnya-i-pyataya-eskadra-sss
      r-chast-3
  7. Leto
    Leto 6 May 2016 07: 55
    +6
    Oh! There used to be times, but now moments ...
  8. fzr1000
    fzr1000 6 May 2016 08: 45
    +7
    Just tears in my eyes ...
  9. SPIKER
    SPIKER 6 May 2016 08: 50
    +6
    Photos, simple, excellent !!! Thank you !!! I looked and a little ... I did not smear the snot ... nostalgia ...
    1. WUA 518
      WUA 518 6 May 2016 09: 03
      +8
      From childhood memories. I really liked this moment!
      1. Serg65
        6 May 2016 09: 39
        +10
        Quote: WUA 518
        From childhood memories. I really liked this moment!

        I'll tell you a little secret. The film was filmed at the Grozny RRC, the commander of the cruiser, Cavtorang A.P. Ushakov, took part in the filming. and the chief officer of the captri cruiser Ryabinsky N.I.
        1. WUA 518
          WUA 518 6 May 2016 09: 55
          +7
          Quote: Serg65
          cautorang Ushakov A.P. and the head of the cruiser Captry Ryabinsky N.I.
          1. Serg65
            6 May 2016 10: 17
            +7
            Ushakov Alexander Petrovich.
            He graduated from the Caspian VVMU them. CM. Kirov in the 1949-1953 years.
            From October 1967 to October 1969, he was the commander of the RKR GROZNY.
            From 1972 to 1973, he was the commander of the 150 brigade of the DBK KChF. Captain 1 rank.
            From 1973 to 1975, he was the chief of staff of the 5 Mediterranean squadron.
            Rear Admiral since 25.04.1975.
            Chief of Staff of the Leningrad Naval Base, Vice Admiral.
            Head of the intelligence department of special units of the Navy.
            Died 16 February 2013 year. He was buried at the Volkovsky cemetery in St. Petersburg.
          2. Serg65
            6 May 2016 10: 18
            +6
            Ryabinsky Nikolai Ivanovich, Rear Admiral (25.04.1975), commander of the 150th crew of missile ships of the KChF.
            Commander of the 5-th OPEsk (1.07.1977-22.02.1981), Vice Admiral (25.10.1979),
            finished academic courses at the Academy of the General Staff. Voroshilova (27.03.1980),
            Commander of the Primorye Fleet of Pacific Fleet (1981-82),
            commander of the 184-th research base of the Navy in Balaclava (1982-88).
  10. Amurets
    Amurets 6 May 2016 09: 33
    +7
    Thanks to the author and plus. To save such materials is expensive. Not in the sense of money, but in the sense of memory. Yes! There was such a country of the USSR and that’s it.
  11. Romin
    Romin 6 May 2016 09: 37
    +14
    Yes ... We had such power! The handsome TAKRs and PRK "Moskva" - saw the superstructure (it seems that they had spied on this concept for the winter volt) and Zhdanov, the old man does not look bad ...
    Such a fleet is delayed ... whether.
    The Yeltsin club solves issues;) we carry flowers to the bust, and a priori to the grave of our achievements!
    All sold for nails ...
    Moreover, those who made the decisions and still live on black caviar, name is all known;)
    As Chubais said there: "We destroyed communism ... at any cost"
    They destroyed the country, not even just our past, how much they defiled our future ... And all of us and our descendants will be forced to recreate all this, which is correct. And for liberal-minded youth and sympathizers, I want to remind you that these pro-American comrades have taken away from them not a small piece of the "quality" of life right now;) dropping the economy, destroying industry and assets (including the military, and oh, how expensive), that led to a drop in the standard of living in the 90s and now it takes away resources for restoration ... But it is impossible not to restore it, then there will be no state, then a colony. And who wants to go to the colony, I ask for permanent residence in ... and no need to cry;)
    But march and bring flowers to the bust of Yeltsin and Gorbachev ... Oh;) it is too early ... But he will deliver the GDP to him, as Rusnano gave Chubais, he smiled so merrily that he worked with Tsrushniki in the 90s;) ayyay;)
    Somehow the puzzles do not converge ... both ours and yours ... But that’s why, at the expense and at the expense of the state (that is, you and I), these treacherous personalities should flourish. Every citizen produces gross product, and if Putin believes that these individuals like Chubais are worthy, then let him pay them with his salary or in free swimming;) and do not hand out positions in state-owned companies!
    1. Leto
      Leto 6 May 2016 10: 06
      -8
      Quote: Romin
      Such a fleet is delayed ... whether.
      The Yeltsin club solves issues;) we carry flowers to the bust, and a priori to the grave of our achievements!

      Yeah, Yeltsin is to blame for the fact that in the 80-s for the Takras did not build moorings with the appropriate infrastructure?
      1. Serg65
        6 May 2016 10: 30
        +8
        Quote: Leto
        Yeah, Yeltsin is to blame for the fact that in the 80-s for the Takras did not build moorings with the appropriate infrastructure?

        Some information for you, think at your leisure.
        TAKR "Kiev" in the fleet from 1975 to 1993
        TAKR "Minsk" in the fleet from 1978 to 1993
        TAKR "Novorossisk" in the fleet from 1982 to 1991
        TAKR "Admiral Gorshkov" (Baku) in the fleet from 1982 to 1991
        1. Leto
          Leto 6 May 2016 12: 37
          -1
          Quote: Serg65
          Some information for you, think at your leisure.

          Like if he died under Yeltsin, is he to blame for the disease? Is that your logic?
          1. Serg65
            6 May 2016 12: 47
            +8
            Quote: Leto
            Like if he died under Yeltsin, is he to blame for the disease? Is that your logic?

            What's the logic? Naked arithmetic! "Kiev" without a berth and in frequent trips served 18 years, "Minsk" a little younger but still 15 years, so why do you think the last two sides were in service for 9 years each? What has changed in your opinion?
      2. Alex_59
        Alex_59 6 May 2016 22: 13
        +7
        Quote: Leto
        Yeah, Yeltsin is to blame for the fact that in the 80-s for the Takras did not build moorings with the appropriate infrastructure?

        Classic twitching. In the 80s "did not build" of course not he. I have another question - why didn't he build anything in the 90s? And even more - not only did he not build, but he also threw in the trash something for which in general something could be built?
    2. ametist415
      ametist415 6 May 2016 10: 17
      -2
      Very convenient, liberals, and I am D'Artagnan.
  12. Evrepid
    Evrepid 6 May 2016 10: 16
    +3
    Interesting photos. Thanks to the author.
  13. Gomel
    Gomel 6 May 2016 10: 30
    +4
    Many thanks to the author!
    1. Serg65
      6 May 2016 10: 33
      +3
      smile Forever please.
  14. Silhouette
    Silhouette 6 May 2016 11: 15
    -8
    The homeless 5 squadron is a testament to the political weakness of the Soviet Union in the world. The world hitherto did not know such that the whole squadron did not have its base. This is nonsense. We have wasted billions of dollars on supporting regimes in Libya and Syria and have not been able to achieve the establishment of a normal basing system. Therefore, I do not mind Gaddafi and Assad. We had a normal base only in Kamrani. 5 squadron - death squad. In case of war, the life of the squadron would be no more than half an hour.
    1. ametist415
      ametist415 6 May 2016 11: 35
      +1
      Your comment is contrary to generally accepted statements. How so? We were feared and respected, we will drown any US destroyer with the help of a cheap RTO, and you write that the life of the squadron is less than an hour if there is a war.
    2. Serg65
      6 May 2016 12: 33
      +13
      Quote: Silhouette
      The homeless 5 squadron is a testament to the political weakness of the Soviet Union in the world.

      Well, you are probably right, the USSR, like modern Russia, never learned to "bring democracy" to those countries where they would like to have their bases. Backward Russia never learned "Western values" crying
      Quote: Silhouette
      We have wasted billions of dollars to support regimes in Libya and Syria and have not been able to achieve the establishment of a normal basing system

      Well, about Libya there was only business and nothing personal, and Syria was not a parasite request
      Quote: Silhouette
      . In case of war, the life of the squadron would be no more than half an hour.

      Did the Americans have a longer life? For example, a motorized rifle regiment, glorified by the 8th Guards Motorized Rifle Division, stationed on the Soviet-Chinese border (Panfilov) should have stood in the event of a conflict 1h.20 min. AND EVERYTHING !!!!
      RRC "Slava" after half an hour of battle became a floating target due to empty cellars.
      My dear, such statements for what? Hmm, well, maybe it’s an impression on young girls and girls ...
      1. mike_z
        mike_z 6 May 2016 13: 25
        +8
        Yes, what can you explain to them now? There is no idea what a warship is, why it is needed and how much it needs to live in a real battle. Base - it would be nice in general. But under such conditions we did a good job. What is the weakness? What is he talking about?
        1. Serg65
          6 May 2016 13: 48
          +4
          Quote: mike_z
          What is he talking about?

          How about what? About the Soviet "underflot"! All komenty obliquely fleet ... but the Americans .... !!!!!
          Here is his colleague ..
          Quote: ametist415
          we will drown any US destroyer with the help of a cheap RTO, and you write that the life of the squadron is less than an hour if there is war.

          And if Mr. Amethyst would have read about the kipish in the 6th Fleet associated with the appearance of "Gadflies" in the island zone, he might not have been talking nonsense!
          1. ametist415
            ametist415 6 May 2016 16: 51
            -2
            And if Mr. Amethyst would have read about the kipish in the 6th Fleet associated with the appearance of "Gadflies" in the island zone, he might not have been talking nonsense!

            The commander of any ship must take into account all the dangerous factors, including unaccounted for, even if the gum on your oars is floating in your area, suddenly underwater saboteurs. Naturally they will boil. If the commander of Project 1234 is arrogant as you are, then he might accidentally forget that in wartime all these RTOs are drowned by aviation, you can’t hide behind the islands even in the winter, and in winter in the Mediterranean Sea in the Aegean there are often storms and decent, even AV pumps . At MRCs in a storm, it’s generally p..ts, and figs where you shoot, even if you solved the problem with target designation.
            1. Serg65
              7 May 2016 06: 02
              +6
              Quote: ametist415
              The commander of any ship must take into account all dangerous factors, including unaccounted for

              First you need to understand why the 5-th OpEsk was created. The 5-I as well as the 7-I, 8-I, 10-I, 17-I squadrons were created mainly for a preemptive strike on the AUG of the US Navy from the tracking mode. All ships that took part in tracking aircraft carriers recorded not only every take-off of aircraft, but also movements on the flight deck. Reconnaissance ships with their radio-electronic means scanned everything that happened on an aircraft carrier. The Soviet MRA was constantly hanging in the air. Therefore, the IRAs did not hobble on their own, but were included in the KUGi squadron, which gave the strike groups the opportunity to launch a more powerful salvo of anti-ship missiles in the first strike.
              Quote: ametist415
              If the commander of Ave. 1234 is arrogant like you, then he might accidentally forget that in wartime all these RTOs are drowned by aircraft

              Not only the commander, but the entire crew knew very well that the combat survivability of the Gadflies was very low. They also understood very well that their success and their life depended on how in time they had time to destroy (damage) a floating airfield before the planes took off from it.
              1. Serg65
                7 May 2016 06: 14
                +6
                ametist415
                A small extract from the magazine BS 41 BrRKA of the Black Sea Fleet ...
                30 October 1973 of the year KUG of the MRK “Thunderstorm” commander cap 3 rank Danilchenko V.N. "Breeze" commander cap 3 rank Zavialov B.I. KUG commander cap 2 rank Prutskov D.G. PRTB-13 cap commander 2 rank Krasnichenko V.P. went to the Mediterranean Sea to solve the problems of military service. During the solution of the tasks of 9-11 on October, the exercise "Launching a missile strike of an RTGs of an MRK on an AUG from a position of tracking according to own means" was conducted, the actual designation forces at the AVU theater D. Kennedy ”EM URN“ Connaughtham ”,“ Richard E. Burke ”, TFR“ Vrilend ”,“ Van Wurs ”. Ships covered 2700 miles
                On July 11 KUG was tasked with reconnaissance, tracking, and launching a conventional missile strike at Forrestol AVU with the passage of the 22 degree meridian. The problem was successfully solved on July 12. From 19 to 24 on July, the ships made a business call at the port of Tartus SAR. We returned to the base of 8 on August. Ships have traveled 4100 miles.
                On June 2 on June 1976, the KUG of the MRK “Thunderstorm” entered combat service commander captain L-Grechukhin MD, “Zarnitsa” commander cap 3 rank Parygin AN, commander KUG cap 2 rank Prutskov D.G. . and PRTB-13 cap commander 2 rank Krasnichenko V.P. Since June 19, weapons have been tracked for AVU “America.” KR URO “Yarnel”, FR “Vodzh” in the 100 area miles X-east of the island of Crete for 3 days. Participation in the exercises "Crimea-76". Business call at the port of Tartus on the roads of the island of Ruad. Return to the base of 12 July. Ships have traveled 3880 miles.
                Over the course of 2 days, Zarnitsa missile systems performed the KNS task, while the Breeze missile system was tasked with tracking weapons for the AVU America, the KRA URO Long Beach and the integrated naval supply ship of the US Navy 100 miles north of Beirut Libya. Business call at the port of Tartus SAR, Return to the 1 base in August. Ships traveled 6796 miles ....
                If you notice. RTOs operated in the area of. Crete based on Tartus!
                1. ametist415
                  ametist415 7 May 2016 13: 34
                  -2
                  This is all great, but I think the Americans also had the same magazines and they also followed the entire Mediterranean squadron. I agree with the opinion of Comrade Silhouette "Homeless 5 Squadron". If we imagine that a war began between the fleets of the USA and the USSR in that area, then we would lose, their fleet is more powerful and, above all, the anti-aircraft protection is better. Perhaps we were able to hit AB and even drown him, but there is no 100% guarantee. And the fact that, for example, aircraft carrier pr. 1143 would have been drowned - the probability is high. I generally keep quiet about RTOs, they are suicide bombers, the Americans know that these ships are almost useless, that's why they don't build them.
                  To travel, for example, from Sevastopol to Middle-earth and perform the tasks well, you need normal multi-purpose destroyers of the Arly Berg level with a VPU. In short, it was necessary to build normal bases with dry docks in advance, so that later it would become possible to build and maintain a large series of destroyers of the same type and a normal AB with nuclear power plants. Stalin was going to build an ocean-going aircraft carrier fleet, but the Trotskyists, led by Khryushov, closed this program. It is sad that even admirals still think that in a "cheap" way, building only non-aircraft carriers of the project 1143 with different types of ships and MRKs without normal bases, we will destroy the US fleet without losses.
                  1. max2215
                    max2215 8 May 2016 13: 20
                    +2
                    I generally keep quiet about RTOs, they are suicide bombers, Americans know that these ships are almost useless, because they don’t build them
                    Stupidity, excuse me. An MRC is needed so that at time X it’s possible to fire a salvo, then nobody will need it (if the reconnaissance has passed ... it’s an hour X, sorry this is not the fault of the ship), and the more the missile launcher manages to fire a volley, the opponent has less chances, no matter how clever he is. Even in the seaman, (in Kamchatka) we were told that the entire fleet of Avchinskaya Bay is an active target, so that the submarines, at least from the base, give a salvo A, you say, combat survivability - who was the first to shoot back and live ......
      2. Silhouette
        Silhouette 6 May 2016 14: 01
        -1
        Quote: Serg65
        The USSR, as well as modern Russia, have not learned to "bring democracy" to those countries where they would like to have their bases. Backward Russia has never learned "Western values


        It’s not about democracy. It’s an ideological stamp for those who are not intelligent. The point is geopolitical interests and common sense. The Russian Mediterranean squadron under Catherine began its activities with the creation of a base, they created their base in Port Arthur because they understood what was happening. And our Mediterranean squadron wandered around anchorage and depended on the weather. Rave.
        1. Alex_59
          Alex_59 6 May 2016 14: 37
          +5
          Quote: Silhouette
          The point is geopolitical interests and common sense.

          Well come on, common sense, so common sense. Name a port or bay on the coast of any Mediterranean ally of the USSR in which at least half of the ship’s composition of the 5 squadron could fully and comfortably accommodate.

          Tripoli, Benghazi, Tartus, Latakia, Alexandria, Port Said. - these are bays. Tiny. Only if Yugoslav Split. But this is a far corner, also clamped by narrowness when exiting to the SPM.
      3. Silhouette
        Silhouette 6 May 2016 14: 07
        -3
        Quote: Serg65
        Did the Americans have a longer life?


        The Americans did not have a squadron there, but a fleet at number 6. Well, there are about 30 NATO bases.
        1. Cro-Magnon
          Cro-Magnon 6 May 2016 20: 09
          +5
          And how much was the 6th fleet more than the 5th squadron ?! The main task of this squadron is to interfere with the deployment of SSBNs in the SPM during the threatened period ... nothing more! And the main goal of this is to give time for the return volley of ICBMs, RSD, RMD from the European part of the country ... the secondary task is to sell your life expensively ...
      4. St_tov
        St_tov 20 May 2016 05: 02
        0
        When it comes to business in Libya, is it when Gaddafi flatly refused to pay about $ 10 billion for the supplied machinery and equipment, with $ 28 billion on his accounts? God save Russia from such a business. And with Syria, not much better.
  15. Pygmy
    Pygmy 6 May 2016 11: 32
    0
    Quote: Serg65
    smile Forever please.

    Thank you for considering the previous wishes and made captions for the photos. The selection is excellent, there was much to be proud of. But about the Cubans for the first time I learned that they swam in the Mediterranean !!!
  16. spravochnik
    spravochnik 6 May 2016 11: 32
    +4
    The mistake crept in. In the photo, at the side of the Yenisei, the nuclear submarine of pr.671, not pr.705 Lira.
    1. Serg65
      6 May 2016 12: 41
      +3
      Quote: spravochnik
      The mistake crept in. In the photo, at the side of the Yenisei, the nuclear submarine of pr.671, not pr.705 Lira.

      hi Sorry, I apologize from the nasal views, they are very similar, but I did not notice the characteristic contours of the "Black Prince" body and confused it with the "Shark". I am not a submariner, but you must agree that "Pike" and "Pike-B" are very similar. Thanks for the amendment!
  17. Resistance
    Resistance 6 May 2016 12: 28
    +2
    The second article, and not a word about points, 5, 15, 55. With beautiful names: "Our house", "Dacha"?
    1. Serg65
      6 May 2016 12: 52
      +2
      Quote: Persistence
      The second article, and not a word about points, 5, 15, 55. With beautiful names: "Our house", "Dacha"?

      Alexander, there will be two more parts in which the 5 and 15 points will flash. Unfortunately, I could not find a photo of the ships at all 60 points of anchorage request
      1. WUA 518
        WUA 518 6 May 2016 14: 33
        +2
        Quote: Serg65
        Unfortunately, I could not find a photo of the ships at all 60 points of anchorage

        Sergey, here are some materials that may be useful http://cruiser.patosin.ru/oldsite/archive/5/index.html
  18. Marlen
    Marlen 6 May 2016 12: 45
    -2
    Our fleet was then very afraid. Well, nothing, we constantly remind ourselves. We will still give everyone the heat.
  19. Ustinov 055 055
    Ustinov 055 055 6 May 2016 16: 05
    +2
    Yes, gentlemen are afraid of our fleet even now, you just have little contact with NATO officers. Believe me, nothing has changed, as they knew that if that team "SHOOTING THROUGH MARYATA ISLAND" (who knows, he will understand what I mean)
    1. Serg65
      7 May 2016 06: 16
      +1
      Quote: Ustinov 055 055
      "WE SHOOT OVER THE ISLAND OF MARYATA"

      laughing Well then ... from around the corner through Maryat!
  20. bochman
    bochman 7 May 2016 10: 58
    +2
    And the KKS "Berezina"? Isn't it beauty ?!
  21. surovts.valery
    surovts.valery 7 May 2016 14: 33
    0
    Tanker Ave. 92 "Golden Horn", RPC Ave 1123 "Moscow" and IPC Ave 204
    And not TFR, etc. 35? They just happened at the Black Sea Fleet. The same as pr. 159, only the GEM is different.
    Submarine Ave 705 "Lira" and GS Ave 320 "Yenisei", crew change
    Or maybe pr.671 or 671 RT?
    The photos are great!
    1. radjan
      radjan 10 May 2016 20: 43
      +1
      SKR rather 35m project (RSL 6000 and Foot B), the sides on the Utah are the ball, not the mob, the tracks under the balusters on the AK 726 are not painted with red lead. The end of the 70s, not yet Kvmb. I think so ...
      Offset to the author!
  22. severyanin
    severyanin 7 May 2016 18: 52
    0
    Breathtaking, looking at the pictures, and tears involuntarily well, looking at the modern VeMeFe ReFe ... I want to believe that someday it will be possible to capture TWO aircraft carriers, but already Russian in one picture ...
    So much has been ruined over the past 25 years, and all the same, the fleet still lives at the expense of the Soviet reserve, large Soviet-built ships form the core of all our fleets ... let's see how the corvette-frigate "small frigate" made, just starting service, will show itself in Russia recourse
    PS: KKS "Berezina" is a handsome man, the most unique steamer was, with a unique combined steam-gas turbine power plant, now such oh, how useful
  23. exo
    exo 7 May 2016 21: 28
    0
    Yes, our fleet looked, seriously. Thanks to the author!
    There is no faith in the revival of the current fleet. We will soon surpass America .... by boat. Judging by the direction and pace of construction, the frigate will be the symbol of the fleet. And even a corvette. Moreover, not by classification, but by actual displacement.
  24. sub307
    sub307 8 May 2016 17: 32
    0
    In the 8th photo, the project submarine 641B is refueled from above, and not 641.