Kuznetsov - Russian ( Soviet ) Aircraft Carrier

Specifications; Displacement; Propulsion; Speed; Crew; Armor; Aircraft; Armament


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Battleship War Naval Strategy Game
Naval strategy battleship game covers complete World War 2 navy operations, contains 150 missions, Death-Match and Free Hunt missions & campaigns from Lamansh and Pearl Harbor to Iwo Jima and Leyte battle. Player can produce new ships/planes/subs/artillery/radar units during the game

List of ships of the Russian Soviet Navy

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Destroyers 1/2
* Kashin class destroyer
o Komsomolets Ukrainy (1960)
o Soobrazitelnyy -Adaptable(1961)
o Provornyy -Agile(1962)
o Obraztsovyy -Exemplary(1964)
o Odarennyy -Gifted(1964)
o Otvazhnyy - Courageous(1964)
o Steregushchiy -Watchful(1966)
o Krasnyy Kavkaz (1966)
o Reshitelnyy -Decisive(1966)
o Strogiy -Severe (1967)
o Smetlivyy -Resourceful(1967)
o Krasnyy Krym (1969)
o Sposobnyy -Capable(1970)
o Skoryy -Fast(1971)
* Mod Kashin
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Orange Ports
Emperor Defense
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Conquer Of Italy
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Norway Ports
Drang Nach Ost
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Ciano Defense
Sir John Tovey
Free Hunt Andrews
Germans On Pacific
Silent Hunt
Return To Midway
Kriegsmarine Game II
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Jamamoto Game
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Free Hunt Malaya
Free Hunt Subs Game
Free Hunt B-29 Game
Free Hunt USN 1944
Devil Island
Dragoon Carriers Game
Russian ( Soviet ) Aircraft Carrier Kuznetsov

Also See:
MIG19_Farmer SU35_Sukhoi SU27_Flanker SU24_Fencer MIG21 MIG23_Flogger MIG25_Foxbat MIG29_Fulcrum MIG31_Foxhound Mi24_Hind_Gunship Ka50_Hokum_helicopter KA25 Kamov Naval Helicopter Kirov Battlecruiser Soviet Aircraft Carrier Varyag, Largest Submarine Typhoon

Soviet aircraft carrier Admiral Flota Svetskogo Soyuza Kuznetsov (originally named Tbilisi) was intended to be the lead ship of the Kuznetsov-class of aircraft carriers (also known as Project 1143.5, the Orel class, the Brezhnev class, or the Kreml class) but the only other ship of its class, the Soviet aircraft carrier Varyag, has never been commissioned and is currently owned by China. It was named after the Soviet admiral Nikolai Gerasimovich Kuznetsov.
The two hulls were constructed at Nikolayev South Shipyard on the Black Sea in the Ukraine. Admiral Kuznetsov was launched in 1985. Varyag was launched in 1988 but was never commissioned and was given to the Ukraine who eventually sold it to the Chinese. Admiral Kuznetsov became the only aircraft carrier in the Russian Navy.

While designated an aircraft carrier, Kuznetsov's design implies a mission different from that of either the United States Navy's carriers or those of the Royal Navy's. The Russian ship is actually a tyazholiy avionosnyy kreyser -- a "heavy aviation cruiser" -- intended to support and defend strategic missile carrying submarines, surface ships, and maritime missile-carrying aircraft of the Russian fleet. Her lack of catapults precludes launching aircraft with heavy strike loads, and the air superiority orientation of the air wing is apparent.

The hull design is based on the earlier Admiral Gorshkov, launched in 1982, but is larger. The flight deck area is 14,700m? and aircraft take-off is assisted by a bow ski-jump angled at 12?. The flight deck is equipped with arrester wires but has no catapults. Two starboard lifts carry aircraft from the hangar to the flight deck.

The ship has the capacity to support 16 Yakovlev Yak-41M (NATO reporting name "Freestyle"), twelve Sukhoi Su-27K fixed-wing aircraft and a range of helicopters including four Kamov Ka-27-LD (NATO reporting name "Helix"), 18 Ka-27 PLO, and two Ka-27-S.

The ship has a Granit (NATO reporting name SS-N-19 "Shipwreck) anti-ship missile system equipped with twelve surface-to-surface missile launchers. The Klinok air defence missile system, with 24 vertical launchers and 192 missiles, defends the ship against anti-ship missiles, aircraft and surface ships.

The Kashstan Air Defence Gun and Missile System, supplied by the Instrument Design Bureau and Tulamashzavod JSC in Tula, provides defence against precision weapons including anti-ship and anti-radar missiles, aircraft and small sea targets. Eight systems are fitted, combining missile launcher, 30mm twin gun and radar/optronic director. The range of the laser beam-riding missiles is from 1.5 to 8km. The gun can fire up to 1,000 rounds per minute in the range 0.5 to 1.5km. Six AK630 30mm air defence guns are also fitted.

The ship is equipped with an Udav-1 anti-submarine system with 60 anti-submarine rockets. Udav-1, supplied by the Splav Research and Production Association in Moscow, protects surface ships by diverting and destroying incoming torpedoes. The system also provides defence against submarines and saboteur systems such as underwater vehicles. The system has ten barrels and is capable of firing 111SG depth charge projectiles, 111SZ mine laying projectiles and 111SO diverting projectiles. The range of the system is 3000m and the submarine engagement depth is to 600m.

The ship's radars include a D/E band air and surface target acquisition radar, an F-band surface search radar, G/H band flight control radar, I-band navigation radar, and four K-band fire control radars for the Kashstan Air Defence System. The ship's hull-mounted search and attack sonar, operating in the medium- and low-frequency bands, is capable of detecting torpedoes and submarines. The anti-submarine warfare aircraft are equipped with surface search radar, dipping sonar, sonobuoys and magnetic anomaly detectors.

Initially Western analysts anticipated that Kuznetsov would have a Combined Nuclear And Steam (CONAS) propulsion plant similar to the battlecruiser Kirov and the SSV-33 command ship. However, Kuznetsov is conventionally powered by eight boilers and four steam turbines, each producing 50,000hp, driving four shafts with fixed-pitch propellers. The maximum speed is 29 knots, and the range at maximum speed is 3,800 miles. At 18 knots, the maximum range is 8,500 miles.

Admiral Flota Sovetskogo Soyuza Kuznetsov returned from a brief Mediterranean training cruise early in 1996. At the end of 1997 she remained immoblized in a Northern Fleet shipyard, awaiting funding for major repairs that were halted when only 20% complete. In July 1998 the Kuznetsov emerged from a two-year overhaul and was declared active in the Northern Fleet on November 3, 1998.

General Characteristics

Russian Navy WW2 - Commanders-in-Chief of the Soviet Naval Forces
Vasili Mikhailovich Altfater (October, 1918 — April, 1919)
Yevgeny Andreyevich Berens (May, 1919 — February, 1920)
Aleksandr Vasiliyevich Nemits (February, 1920 — December, 1921)
Eduard Samoilovich Pantserzhansky (December, 1921 — December, 1924)
Vyacheslav Ivanovich Zof (December, 1924 — August, 1926)
Romuald Adamovich Muklevich (August, 1926 — July, 1931)
Vladimir Mitrofanovich Orlov (July, 1931 — July, 1937)
Mikhail Vladimirovich Viktorov (August, 1937 — January, 1938)
P.A. Smirnov (January — August, 1938)
Mikhail Petrovich Frinovsky (September, 1938 — April, 1939)
Nikolai Gerasimovich Kuznetsov (April, 1939 — January, 1947)
Ivan Stepanovich Yumashev (January, 1947 — July, 1951)
Nikolai Gerasimovich Kuznetsov - (July, 1951 — January, 1956), second term
Sergey Georgyevich Gorshkov - (January, 1956 - December, 1985). Considered the officer most responsible for reforming the Soviet Navy
Vladimir Nikolayevich Chernavin - (1985 - 1992)

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o Ognevoy -Fiery(1963)
o Slavnyy -Glorious(1965)
o Stroynyy -Harmonious(1965)
o Smyshlenyy -Humorous(1966)
o Smelyy - Valiant(1968)
o Sderzhannyy -Restrained(1972)
o Rajput (built for Indian Navy) (1980)
o Rana (built for Indian Navy) (1982)
o Ranjit (built for Indian Navy) (1983)
o Ranvir (built for Indian Navy) (1986)
o Ranvijay (built for Indian Navy) (1988)
* Kara class
o Nikolaev (1969)
o Ochakov (1972)
o Kerch (1972)
o Azov (1973)
o Petropavlovsk (1974)
o Tashkent (1975)

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Russian Soviet Navy Destroyers 2/2
o Vladivostok (1976)
* Gnevny class destroyer (Project 7 class)
* Leningrad class destroyer
* Marashti class
* Novik class
o Derzky class
o Orfey class
o Izijaslav class
o Fidonisy class
*o Bystryy - Quick (1989)
o Rastoropnyy - Prompt (1989)
o Bezboyaznennyy - Intrepid (1990)
o Bezuderzhnyy - Tenacious (1991)
o Bespokoynyy - Restless (1992)
o Nastoychivyy - Reliable (originally Moskovskiy Komsomolets) (1993)
o Besstrashnyy - Fearless (1994)
o Vazhnyy - Eminent (not completed)
o Vdumchivyy - Thoughtful (not completed)
* Town class, ex Royal Navy, ex United States Navy
* Udaloy I class
o Udaloy -Bold(1980)
o Vice-Admiral Kulakov (1980)
o Marshal Vasilevskiy (1982)
o Admiral Zakharov (1982)
o Admiral Spiridonov (1983)
o Admiral Tributs (1983)
o Marshal Shaposhnikov (1985)
o Severomorsk (1985)
o Admiral Levchenko (1987)
o Admiral Vinogradov (1987)
o Admiral Kharlamov (1988)
o Admiral Panteleyev (1990)
* Udaloy II class
o Admiral Chabanenko (1995)
o Admiral Basistyy (not completed)
o Admiral Kucherov (not completed)

Russian Soviet Navy Cruisers

* Diana class (1898-1945?)
o Aurora
* Kynda-class cruiser
o Grozny ("Terrible")
o Admiral Fokin
o Admiral Golovko
o Soviet cruiser Varyag (1965)
* Komintern, ex Pamyat Merkuriya
* Chervona Ukraina
* Karsnyi Krym, ex Profintern
* Krasnyi Kavkaz
* Kresta I
o Admiral Zozulya
o Vize-Admiral Drozd
o Vladivostok
o Sevastopol
* Kresta II
o Krondstadt
o Admiral Isakov
o Admiral Nakhimov
o Admiral Makarov
o Marshall Voroshilov
o Admiral Oktyabrsky
o Admiral Isachenkov
o Marshal Timoshenko
o Vasily Chapaev
o Admiral Yumashev
* Kirov class (1937-1974?)
o Kirov (1973)
o Voroshilov
o Maxim Gorky
o Molotov
o Kalinin
o Kaganovich
* Murmansk (ex USS Milwaukee)
* Chapayev class, an upgrade to the Kirov class (1939-1981)
* Sverdlov class, an enlargement of the Chapayev class(1949-1991)
o Sverdlov
o Dzerzhinsky
o Ordzhonikidze
o Zhdanov
o Alexander Nevski
o Admiral Nakhimov
o Admiral Ushakov
o Admiral Lazarev
o Alexander Suvorov
o Admiral Senyavin
o Dmitry Pozharski
o Oktyabrskaya Revolutsia
o Murmansk
o Mikhail Kutuzov
* Slava class, a non-nuclear, reduced-size version of the Kirov battlecruisers
o Slava
o Marshal Ustinov
o Lobov later taken over by Ukraine as Vilna Ukraina
o Chervona Ukraina, renamed Russian cruiser Varyag (1983)

Russian Soviet Navy Amphibious assault

* Ivan Rogov class
o Ivan Rogov
* Alligator class

Russian Soviet Navy Battlecruisers

* Kirov class (1980-)
o Kirov, later Admiral Ushakov (1977-)
o Frunze, later Admiral Lazarev (1984-1994)
o Kalinin, later Admiral Nakhimov (1988-1999)
o Yuri Andropov, later Pyotr Velikhy (1996-)
o Dzerzhinsky (incomplete)

Russian Soviet Navy Battleships

* Arkhangelsk, HMS Royal Sovereign on loan 1944-1949 from the UK.
* Conte di Cavour class
o Novorossiisk, the Italian Giulio Cesare ceded as war reparations (1949-1955)
* Gangut class
o Marat formerly the Petropavlovsk (1914-1955)
o Oktyabrskaya Revoluciya formerly the Gangut (1914-1952)
o Parizhskaya Kommuna formerly the Sevastopol (1914-1956)

Russian Soviet Navy Aircraft carriers/Aviation cruisers

* Moskva class (1964–1991)
o Moskva (1964–1991)
o Leningrad (1968–1991)
* Kiev class (1972–1997)
o Kiev (1972–1993)
o Minsk (1975–1993)
o Novorossiysk (1978–1993)
o Admiral Gorshkov (1982–1995)
* Admiral Kuznetsov class (1985-)
o Admiral Kuznetsov (1985–)
o Varyag (incomplete)
* Ulyanovsk class
o Ulyanovsk (incomplete)
o Unnamed


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