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Lyambir (air base)

Lyambir is an air base in Russia, located 12 kilometers north of Saransk. It is a large airfield with parallel taxiway and tarmac space. Probably a forward deployment airfield. Google Earth images show airfield empty except for a few small single ...

                                               

M School

M School was an "espionage academy run by the Red Army", c. 1920s. Two of its notable attendees were Wilhelm Zaisser and Ernst Wollweber, who later became very influential in the intelligence activities of East Germany and West Germany in the Col ...

                                               

M-ATF

The M-ATF program was originally a project between Russia and Iran to produce a fourth generation jet fighter plane that would be excellent for developing nations who want to become self-sufficient and self-reliant. The program was eventually aba ...

                                               

Marienkhof

Marienkhof, Kottslyauken) is an air base in Kaliningrad Oblast, Russia located 10 km south of Pionersky. It was in use during the 1950s and has been abandoned near the end of the Cold War. It has a spartan layout, unimproved pads, if any, and an ...

                                               

Matrosovo

Matrosovo is a former air base on Sakhalin Island, Russia located 14 km north of Leonidovo. It served as a dispersal airfield for military aircraft on Sakhalin Island during the Cold War. Matrosovo was identified on Western Intelligence documents ...

                                               

Michurinsk (air base)

Michurinsk) is an air base in Russia located 9 km northwest of Michurinsk. It is the site of a well-maintained military training airfield. Google Earth high-resolution imagery indicates this base is active, with 100 trainer aircraft on the field, ...

                                               

Soviet cruiser Mikhail Kutuzov

Mikhail Kutuzov is a light cruiser project no. 68-bis of the Soviet and later the Russian Navys Black Sea Fleet. She was laid down at the Black Sea Shipyard in Nikolayev on 23 February 1951 and commissioned on 30 February 1954. Mikhail Kutuzov jo ...

                                               

Monchegorsk (air base)

Monchegorsk Air Base is a military air base in Murmansk Oblast, Russia located 13 km northeast of Monchegorsk and 11 miles southwest of Olenya. Work on the air base began in the early 1950s, and by 1957 it was identified on American U-2 overfligh ...

                                               

Monino Airfield

Monino Airfield is a former military air base of the Soviet Air Force in Monino, Moscow Oblast, Russia. It is located 36 kilometers east of Moscow, and is best known for housing the Central Air Force Museum, one of the worlds largest aviation mus ...

                                               

MR-UR-100 Sotka

The MR-UR-100 Sotka was a MIRV-warhead intercontinental ballistic missile developed and deployed by the Soviet Union from 1978 to 1993. The missile was given the NATO reporting name SS-17 Spanker and was built under the Soviet industry designatio ...

                                               

Soviet cruiser Murmansk (1955)

Murmansk was a light cruiser project no. 68-bis of the Soviet and later the Russian Navys Northern Fleet. She was laid down in Severodvinsk in 1953 and commissioned on 22 September 1955. Murmansk joined the 2nd Cruiser Division on the divisions f ...

                                               

Myasishchev M-18

The Myasishchev M-18 was a design for a Soviet supersonic bomber with a variable-sweep wing. The project was dropped in favour of the Tupolev Tu-160 program. Although the design was the most successful when competing with the Tu-160 and Sukhoi T- ...

                                               

Ukrainian frigate Mykolaiv

The Ukrainian frigate Mykolaiv was a former Soviet frigate Bezukoriznennyy of the Burevestnik-class ship built for the Soviet Navy in the late 1970s.

                                               

Nagurskoye (air base)

Nagurskoye is an airfield in Alexandra Land in Arkhangelsk Oblast, Russia located 1.350 kilometres north of Murmansk. It is an extremely remote Arctic base and Russias northernmost military base. The base is named after Polish-Russian pilot Jan N ...

                                               

Nivenskoye

Uzhnyi) was an interceptor aircraft air base in Kaliningrad Oblast, Russia located 17 km south of Kaliningrad. A large mile-wide taxiway ring on west side fed a series of aircraft revetments. There were remote bomber or alert revetments for about ...

                                               

Novorossiya (air base)

Novorossiya is an abandoned military air base of the Soviet Air Force in Primorsky Krai, Russia, located 29 km east of Artyom. During the Cold War, it served a tactical aviation airfield. One of the main tenants was the 50th ORAP Composite Aviati ...

                                               

Nurmalitsy (air base)

Nurmalitsy is a former Soviet Air Force base in Russia located 8 km north of Olonec. It was shown on the 1974 Department of Defense Global Navigation Chart No. 3 as having jet facilities. It is now bulldozed to the ground.

                                               

Orenburg (air base)

Orenburg is a Military Transport Aviation base in Russia located 9 km southwest of Orenburg. It has a large tarmac and revetments for 35 large transports. This is sometimes erroneously referred to as Chalovskiy Airport. 128th Guards Military Tran ...

                                               

Orlovka (air base)

Orlovka is an interceptor aircraft base in Amur Oblast, Russia located 8 km north of Vernoye, in the Svobodny, Amur Oblast area. It is close to Ukrainka, a Long Range Aviation strategic bomber base. In the 1960s Orlovka was a deployment and dispe ...

                                               

Ostrov (air base)

Ostrov ; also Ostrov-5, Gorokhovka) is a Russian Naval Aviation air base in Pskov Oblast, Russia located 7 km southeast of Ostrov and 57 km south of Pskov. It is subordinate to the Baltic Fleet and is a nuclear bomber facility with 15 very large ...

                                               

Ostrov Bolshevik (air base)

Ostrov Bolshevik is an airfield on Bolshevik Island in Krasnoyarsk Krai, Russia. and is the fourth most northernmost airfield in Russia. It was probably constructed around 1960, and is among several very large trans-polar airfields for Russias st ...

                                               

Pechora Kamenka (air base)

Pechora Kamenka is an air base in Komi Republic, Russia located 27 km west of Pechora. It is a medium-size bomber base, with about 12 hardstands and small tarmacs. It is home to 144 OAPDRLO which operated the Beriev A-50 Airborne Early Warning ai ...

                                               

Petersburg Military District (Russian Empire)

The Petersburg Military District was a Military District of the Russian Empire originally created in August 1864 following Order B-228 of Dmitry Milyutin, the Minister of War of the Russian Empire. The order, signed on 10 August established that ...

                                               

Russian submarine Petropavlovsk-Kamchatskiy (K-211)

K-211 Petropavlovsk-Kamchatskiy is a Project 667BDR Kalmar class Russian nuclear ballistic missile submarine. The submarine was built by Sevmash, Severodvinsk in the late 1970s and joined the Soviet fleet in 1980. The submarine continued to serve ...

                                               

Petrovsk (air base)

Petrovsk is an air base in Russia located 3 km south of Petrovsk. From 1960 to 1971 the 478th Training Aviation Regiment, initially flying Ilyushin Il-12s and Il-14s, was stationed at the Borisoglebsk. It moved in 1971 to Petrovsk. It was part of ...

                                               

Povorino (air base)

Povorino is an air base in Russia located 13 km southwest of Povorino. It was an attack deployment base to be used in wartime, and contained no facilities of note.

                                               

Pravdinsk (air base)

Pravdinsk Air Base was an air base in Nizhny Novgorod Oblast, Russia located 5 km northwest of Balakhna and 38 km northwest of Nizhny Novgorod. It was named after the nearby town of Pravdinsk which has since been annexed by Balakhna. It is a smal ...

                                               

Project 1153 Orel

Project 1153 Orel was a late-1970s plan to give the Soviet Navy a true blue water aviation capability. The aircraft carrier would have about 72.000 tons displacement, with a nuclear power plant and about 70 aircraft launched via steam catapults, ...

                                               

Project 11780

Project 11780 Kherson was a 1980s-era Soviet LHD program derived from the Kiev class aircraft carrier design comparable to the US Tarawa class amphibious assault ship. The ship would have been about 40.000 tons displacement, with steam turbine po ...

                                               

Project 23000E

Project 23000E or Shtorm is a proposal for a supercarrier designed by the Krylov State Research Center for the Russian Navy. The cost of the export version has been put at over US.5 billion, with development expected to take ten years.

                                               

Protasovo (air base)

Protasovo, in western media also given as Ryazan Alexandrovo or Aleksandrovo, was an air base in Ryazan Oblast, Russia located 19 kilometers southeast of Ryazan. Before 1992 it was home to the Ryazan Training Centre Russian: Рязанский УАЦ, tr. Ry ...

                                               

Pushkin Airport

Pushkin Airport is an airport in Leningrad Oblast, Russia located 28 km south of Saint Petersburg. It handles small airliners. It was home to 147 OVZ RZB regiment flying Mi-8 helicopters and contains Il-18, Il-22, and Il-38 aircraft.

                                               

R-5 Pobeda

The R-5 Pobeda was a theatre ballistic missile developed by the Soviet Union during the Cold War. The R-5M version was assigned the NATO reporting name SS-3 Shyster and carried the GRAU index 8K51. The R-5 was originally a development of OKB-1 as ...

                                               

R-29RM Shtil

The R-29RM Shtil was a liquid propellant, submarine-launched ballistic missile in use by the Russian Navy. It had the alternate Russian designations RSM-54 and GRAU index 3M27. It was designed to be launched from the Delta IV submarine, each of w ...

                                               

Reserve of the Supreme High Command

The Reserve of the Supreme High Command comprised formations and units which acted as the principal military reserve of the Soviet Red Army during World War II and now of the Russian Armed Forces.

                                               

Reshma (air base)

                                               

RT-20P

The RT-20P was an intercontinental ballistic missile developed but not deployed by the Soviet Union during the Cold War. The control system for it was designed at NPO "Electropribor". It was assigned the NATO reporting name SS-15 Scrooge and carr ...

                                               

RT-21 Temp 2S

The RT-21 Temp 2S was a mobile intercontinental ballistic missile developed by the Soviet Union during the Cold War. It was assigned the NATO reporting name SS-16 Sinner and carried the industry designation 15Zh42. The RT-21 was the first mobile ...

                                               

Rtishchevo (air base)

Rtishchevo is an air base in Russia located 6 km northwest of Rtishchevo. It is a former L-410 training base. Very few structures exist near the airfield. Michael Holms data as of 2011 appears to suggest that Rtischchevo as of 1990 was home to th ...

                                               

Rzhev (air base)

Rzhev is an air base in Tver Oblast, Russia located 5 km east of Rzhev. It was a Tupolev Tu-128 depot airfield during the Cold War, operated by BKhAT. The airfield also had an interceptor role during the 1960s and 1970s with the 23 IAP. This regi ...

                                               

S-25 (rocket)

The rocket has four variants: S-25L LD laser-guided variant S-25-OF with high explosive-fragmentation warhead S-25-O with fragmentation warhead and radio proximity fuze S-25-OFM for use against hardened targets

                                               

Soviet submarine S-350

On January 11, 1962, the Soviet Foxtrot class submarine B-37 exploded as the result of a fire which detonated all torpedo warheads in the submarine. The S-350, which was moored next to B-37, was heavily damaged. Eleven crew members of the S-350 w ...

                                               

Safonovo-1

Safonovo-1 is a military garrison in Murmansk Oblast, Russia, located on the Kola Peninsula on the Kola Bay, 4 kilometers southwest of Severomorsk. Population: about 3000. It was established around 1940.

                                               

Sakar-20

The Sakar-20 is a Russian-made 122mm surface-to-surface missile. It is approximately 2 meters in length with a range of approximately 30 kilometers and the capacity to devastate an area of about 100 square meters. There are reports of Pakistani-s ...

                                               

Salmi (air base)

Salmi is a former Soviet Air Force air base in Russia located 50 km northwest of Ilinskiy. It was shown on the 1974 Department of Defense Global Navigation Chart No. 3 as having jet facilities. As of 2000 Google Earth indicates it has been disman ...

                                               

Russian frigate Sankt Nikolai

The Russian frigate Sankt Nikolai was sunk in the Baltic Gulf of Finland in the Battle of Svensksund in 1790. She was found in 1948 almost intact in the sea bottom outside the modern city of Kotka. Over 2300 objects have been recovered from her h ...

                                               

Savasleyka (air base)

Savasleyka is an air base in Nizhny Novgorod Oblast, Russia. It is located near the village of Savasleyka in Kulebaksky District, between the towns of Vyksa, Kulebaki and Navashino. The name of the base is also often transcribed into English as S ...

                                               

Savatiya (air base)

Savatiya is an air base in Arkhangelsk Oblast, Russia located 36 km south of Kotlas. It is a small interceptor airfield. It was home to 445 IAP which received Tupolev Tu-128 aircraft in 1967, MiG-25 aircraft by the late 1970s, and MiG-31 by the 1 ...

                                               

Serna-class landing craft

The Serna class, or Project 11770, is a class of air cavity system landing craft constructed for the Russian Navy. Twelve boats were built in 1994–2014. Four boats of the export project 11771 were built in 1994. MTU diesel engines.

                                               

Ukrainian frigate Sevastopol

The Ukrainian frigate Sevastopol was a former Soviet frigate Razitelnyy of the Burevestnik-class ship built for the Soviet Navy in the late 1970s.

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