USS Yarnall (DD-143) at sea, 1919-22

USS Yarnall (DD-143) at sea, 1919-22

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U.S. Destroyers: An Illustrated Design History, Norman Friedmann .The standard history of the development of American destroyers, from the earliest torpedo boat destroyers to the post-war fleet, and covering the massive classes of destroyers built for both World Wars. Gives the reader a good understanding of the debates that surrounded each class of destroyer and led to their individual features.

American - British

DD-131 USS Buchanan, DD-134 USS Crowninshield and DD-193 USS Abel P. Upshur at Halifax, Nova Scotia before being given to Britain as part of the Destroyers for Bases Deal
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DD - 132 Aaron Ward
Renamed HMS Castleton, Broken up in 1947
DD - 184 Abbot
Renamed HMS Charlestown, Broken up in 1947
DD - 193 Abel P Upshur
Renamed HMS Clare, Broken up in 1945
DD - 258 Aulick
Renamed HMS Burnham, Broken up in 1947
DD - 131 Buchanan
Most widely known of the 50, Renamed HMS Campbeltown she was chosen for the raid on St. Nazaire France. Packed with explosives she was rammed into the gate of the Normandie Dry Dock in St. Nazaire and when the charges went off the dry dock gate was blown off and the dock was rendered unusable to the Germans. The Normandie Dry Dock was the only dry dock outside of Germany that was large enough to accommodate the German Battleship Tirpitz, Keep her maintained and repaired for Atlantic Operations. As a result of the raid and destruction of the Campbeltown, the Tirpitz never left Norwegian waters and was never able to operate in the Atlantic. Campbeltown was destroyed in the raid on March 28 1942
DD - 269 Bailey
Renamed HMS Reading, Broken up in 1945
DD - 256 Bancroft
To Canada, renamed HMCS St. Francis. She was lost in 1945
DD - 197 Branch
Renamed HMS Beverley, She was lost in 1943
DD -140 Claxton
Renamed HMS Salisbury, Broken up in 1944
DD - 72 Conner
Renamed HMS Leeds, Broken up in 1947
DD - 167 Cowell
Renamed HMS Brighton, To Russia in July 1944, renamed Jarkyi. Returned to Britain in 1949 and broken up
DD - 70 Conway
renamed HMS Lewes, Scuttled October 12 1945
DD - 134 Crowninshield
Renamed HMS Chelsea, To Russia in July 1944. Renamed Derskyi, Broken up in 1949
DD - 185 Doran
Renamed HMS St. Marys, Broken up in 1945
DD - 265 Edwards
Renamed HMS Buxton, To Canada in 1943 as HMCS Buxton broken up in 1946
DD - 78 Evans
Renamed HMS Mansfield, Broken up in 1945
DD - 93 Fairfax
Renamed HMS Richmond, To Russia in July 1944. Renamed Jivodchyi, Broken up in 1949
DD - 169 Foote
Renamed HMS Roxborough, To Russia in August 1944. Renamed Zhostkyi, returned to Britain in February 1949. Broken up in 1952
DD - 133 Hale
Renamed HMS Caldwell, Broken up in 1944
DD - 183 Haraden
Renamed HMS Columbia, Broken up in 1945
DD - 198 Herndon
Renamed HMS Churchill, To Russia August 1944. Renamed Delatelnyi, sunk by U-286 January 16 1945
DD - 181 Hopewell
Renamed HMS Bath, Sunk August 19 1941 by U-204
DD - 194 Hunt
TO Canada, Renamed HMCS Broadway. Broken up in 1947
DD - 170 Kalk
To Canada, renamed HMCS Hamilton. Broken up in 1945
DD - 263 Laub
Renamed HMS Burwell, Broken up in 1947
DD - 175 Mackenzie
To Canada, Renamed HMCS Annapolis. Broken up in 1945
DD - 168 Maddox
Renamed HMS Georgetown, To Russia in August 1944. Renamed Doblesnyi, Broken up in 1949
DD - 191 Mason
Renamed HMS Broadwater, Sunk by U-101 October 18 1941
DD - 253 Mc Calla
Renamed HMS Stanley, Sunk by U-574 December 18 1941
DD - 252 Mc Cook
To Canada, renamed HMCS St. Croix. Sunk by U-952 September 20 1943
DD - 264 Mc Lanahan
Renamed HMS Bradford, Broken up in 1946
DD - 274 Meade
Renamed HMS Ramsey, Broken up in 1947
DD - 76 Philip
Renamed HMS Lancaster, Broken up in 1947
DD - 88 Robinson
Renamed HMS Newmarket, Broken up in 1945
DD - 254 Rodgers
Renamed HMS Sherwood, Sunk as target in 1945
DD - 89 Ringgold
Renamed HMS Newark, Broken up in 1947
DD - 190 Satterlee
Renamed HMS Belmont, Sunk by U-82 January 31 1942
DD - 268 Shubrick
Renamed HMS Ripley, Broken up in 1945
DD - 81 Sigourney
Renamed HMS Newport, Broken up in 1947
DD - 73 Stockton
Renamed HMS Ludlow, Broken up in 1945
DD - 273 Swasey
Renamed HMS Rockingham, Struck mine on September 27 1944, 30 miles southeast of Aberdeen and sunk while under tow
DD - 162 Thatcher
To Canada, renamed HMCS Niagara. Broken up on 1946
DD - 182 Thomas
Renamed HMS St. Albans, To Russia In August 1944. Renamed Dostoiny, Broken up in 1949
DD - 135 Tillman
Renamed HMS Wells, Broken up in 1945
DD - 127 Twiggs
Renamed HMS Leamington, To Russia in August 1944. Renamed Zhyachi, Broken up for scrap in 1951
DD - 195 Welborn C Wood
Renamed HMS Chesterfield, Broken up in 1947
DD - 257 Welles
Renamed HMS Cameron, Damaged beyond repair in air raid in Portsmouth Harbor December 15 1940
DD - 75 Wickes
Renamed HMS Montgomery, Broken up in 1945
DD - 108 Williams
To Canada, renamed HMCS St. Clair. Foundered in 1946
DD - 143 Yarnall
Renamed HMS Lincoln, To Canada in 1942 as HMCS Lincoln. To Russia In August 1944, Cannibalized to provide spare parts for 8 of her sisters already in Russian service. Hulk Broken up in 1952. This ship was named after my ancestor Lt. John Joliffe Yarnall 1786-1815
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USS Yarnall (DD-143) at sea, 1919-22 - History

DD-7 page and photos compliments of Dave Vrooman EM3 '60 -'62

The first destroyer Hull (DD-7) was laid down by Harlan & Holligsworth of Wilmington, Delaware 22 February 1899 launched 21 June 1902 sponsored by Miss Mabel Hull, a descendant of Commodore Hull and commissioned 20 May 1903, with Lieutenant S. S. Robinson commanding.

During her first 2 years of service, Hull engaged in patrol and training maneuvers off Newport and in Chesapeake Bay. After a cruise to the Caribbean January-April 1905, she returned to League Island, Pennsylvania, where she was decommissioned 30 September 1905.

Hull was recommissioned 14 November 1906 at Philadelphia, and took part in winter exercises with fleet units in Cuban waters. After operations off Newport, the ship returned to Norfolk in October 1907 to prepare for the voyage of the Great White Fleet.

In 1907-1908, Hull, as part of the Torpedo Flotilla, sailed as an escort vessel, accompanying the Atlantic Fleet on a practice cruise to the Pacific. They put to sea from Hampton Roads 2 December 1907, under Lieutenant Frank McCommon, exchanging courtesies at various Mexican and South American ports on the voyage around South America with the great battleships. After target Practice in Magdalena Bay, the Flotilla arrived at San Diego 28 April 1908 and then proceeded to San Francisco, arriving 6 May 1908, in time for the review of the combined Atlantic and Pacific Fleets by the Secretary of the Navy.

Dear Junie
Just a few line to let you know I am well. Hope you are.
Well this a picture of the Hull.
Fire torpedo at Magdalena Bay.
This is fire at a target at 15 miles an hour.
I will close hope to hear from you to.
from Jan

This is what I think the postcard has on the back.

Above postcard from the collection of
Jim Myerson

Magdalena Bay is located about 800 miles south of San Diego on the Pacific Ocean side of Baja California. This bay is larger than San Francisco Bay.

Post cards from collection of Dave Vrooman.

Hull was detached on the west coast, as the Great White Fleet continued on its cruise, showing the flag around the world. The destroyer remained in the vicinity of San Francisco until departing 24 August 1908 for a cruise to the South Pacific. She took part in various exercises in Hawaiian and Samoan waters before returning to San Diego in November.

Above picture from the collection of
Paul A. Roales

Hull spent the years before World War I on patrol and training exercises off the California coast. She decommissioned 30 October 1912 and joined the Reserve Torpedo Division at Mare Island, with which she made occasional training cruises to California ports. It was during this time the she served as a training vessel for the California Naval Militia.

When America entered the WW I in April 1917 Hull was being refitted at Mare Island. She sailed with other destroyers for the Canal Zone 25 April 1917 and for the next 3 months was engaged in defensive patrol off the western approaches to that vital waterway. She sailed to Norfolk 26 July for escort and patrol duty along the East Coast. In the months that followed Hull escorted ships to Bermuda and engaged in training maneuvers with other ships of the fleet as well. Hull was transferred to Hampton Roads, and patrolled the east coast through out the war.

In June 1918, she broke up an attack by German submarine U-151 on a merchant ship. Hull while preforming her patrol duties often rescued sailors from sinking ships. She continued this vital function at sea until the end of WW I.

Hull arrived in Philadelphia 29 January 1919, was decommissioned 7 July 1919, and stricken 15 September 1919.

U.S.S. Hull DD - 7 (Hopkins class)

Displacement: 408 Tons Length: 248' 8" (oa) Beam: 24' 6" Draft: 6' (Max)
Battery: 2 - 3"/50 rapid fire guns, 6 - 6 pounder semi-automatic guns, 2 - 18" Whitehead Torpedo Tubes 3
Machinery: 7,200 IHP 2 Vertical, Inverted, Triple Expansion Engines Twin Screws Bunker Capacity: 143 tons
Speed: 29 Knots
Complement: 3 officers, 72 men

Hull was sold 3 January 1920 to Joseph G. Hitner of Philadelphia and broken up for scrap.

1 - These are not Torpedo Boats, but are instead classed as Destroyers.
2 - In some accounts these numbers may vary.
3 - There were obvious problems with the first torpedoes (the spar torpedo). First, the attacker had to get very close to the enemy to use the device. Second, the resulting blast could be as lethal to the user as to its intended victim. A major advance came within a few years in the development of the self-propelled torpedo. By 1870, Englishman Robert Whitehead had built a weapon that could travel several hundred yards at a speed of 8 knots.
4 - Some accounts report Hull was Sold 5 January 1921.

Navies and their vessels

Uragan class
Monitors built on US Passaic plans. 1863-1900. Uragan, Tifon, Strelets, Edinorog, Bronenosets, Lava, Perun, Veschun, Koldun

USS Passaic (1/600) Petr Velikiy
ironclad turret battleship, first true Russian battleship. 1872-1905, then training ship. After revolution called Respublikanets, then depot ship Barrikada, scrapped 1959

Petr Velikiy 1877 Kniaz Pozharsky class
Kniaz Pozarsky broadside ironclad / arm. Frigate 1873-1909
Minin as turret ironclad, 1908 warehouse 1909 reconstruction as minelayer, named Ladoga. As this she looked again similar to Kniaz P. On August 15th, 1915, Ladoga was sunk by a mine from the German submarine UC-4 (Karl Vesper), off Oerö. Read more at wrecksite:

Kniaz Pozharski Ekaterina II class
1889-1919 Ekaterina II, Chesma, Sinop, Georgiy Pobedonosets

Sinop 1890 (1/1250), Georgiy Pobedonosets 1893 Imperator Nikolai I class
Impierator Nikolaj 1889-1905to IJN as Iki 1905-1915 Imperator Aleksandr II 1892-1925. 1917 renamed Zarya Svobody

Iki ex Imperator Nikolai I, Imperator Nikolai I 1891 (IJN Iki) (1/1250) Dvenadsat Apostolov
1892 1914 Blockship (Hulk) No.8. 1918 captured by Germany, passed to Allies. 1931 scrapped

Dvenadsat Apostolov 1892 Tri Sviatitelia
1896-1923 like an enlarged Navarin

Similar type Navarin (1/1250), Similar type Navarin 1895, Similar type Sissoi Veliky 1896, Similar type Sissoi Veliky 1905 (1/1250) Admiral Ushakov class
1892-991895-1935 Admiral Ushakov, Admiral Seniavin 1905: Japan Mishima, General Admiral Graf Apraksin 1905:Japan Okinoshima

Mishima ex Admiral Senyavin, General Admiral Graf Apraksin / Okinoshima (1/1250) Poltava class
Poltava&hellip IJN Tango . 1917:Chesma 18991899 1916-1904 1918, Petropavlovsk 18991899-1904, Sevastopol 18991899-1904

Poltava (1/1250), Tango 1905 ex Poltawa Peresvet class
Peresvet 19011901 1916-1904 1908- 1917 IJN Sagami, Oslyabya 19011901-1905, Pobeda 19021902-1904 1905-1922 IJN Suwo 1922-1946 Hulk

Peresvet 1898, Similar type Potemkin / Pantelejmon

Knyaz Potyomkin-Tavricheskiy class
Knyaz Potyomkin Tavricheskiy 1905:Panteleymon 1917:Potyomkin Tavricheskiy 1917:Borets za Svobodu 19031903-1918

Potemkin / Pantelejmon Tsesarevich class
Tsesarevich 1917:Grazhdanin 19031903-1918

Tsessarewitsch (1/1250), Tsesarevich 1902

Ioann Zlatoust class
Improved Pantelimon. Ioann Zlatoust 19101910-1918, Svyatoi Yevstafii 19101910-1918

Eustafi (Svyatoi Yevstafii) (1/1250), Similar type Potemkin / Pantelejmon Imperator Pavel I class
Imperator Pavel I 1917:Respublika 19121912-1918, Andrey Pervozvannyi 19121912-1924

Imperator Pavel I 1910 (1/1250), Andrei Pervozvannyi 1906 Gangut class
Gangut 1925:Oktyabrskaya Revolutsiya 19141914-1954, Sevastopol 1921:Parizhskaya Kommuna 1943:Sevastopol 19141914-1956, Petropavlovsk 1921:Marat 19141914-1941, Poltava 19141914-1925

Sewastopol 1945,
Kit candidate: PETROPAVLOVSK by WSW

Sovetskiy Soyuz class Pj 23
Size of Yamato class, ca 60000ts, 9x40,6cm, thicker but weak armour. Sovetskiy Soyuz -1938--1941, Sovetskaya Ukraina -1938--1941, Sovetskaya Rossiya -1939--1940, Sovetskaya Belorussiya -1940--1940

Sovetsky Soyuz


Almaz class
Cruiser Almaz converted 1914 as seaplane carrier

Similar type Almaz 1903 1123/Kondor (Moskva) class
Moskva 19671967-1996, Leningrad 19691969-1991, Kiev -1968--1969

Moskva 1967 (1/600)

1143.5/Orel (Kuznetsov) class
1143.5, 5M, .6 Admiral Flota Sovetskogo Soyuza Kuznetsov ex Tbilisi Ex Leonid Brezhnev 19901990-0, Varyag -1988 Riga--2000 2012 chinesisch Liaoning


Mistral class
amphibischer französischer Hubschrauberträger, 2 planned for Russia - because of embargo not delivered. Sold to Egypt. Gamal Abdel Nasser ex Wladiwostok, Anwar al-Sadat ex Sewastopol

Kit candidate: Vladivostok (Mistral) 1/700 by DFNM on Shapeways


Kreyser screw clippers
cruiser class 1877 Kreyser, Dzhigit, Razboinik, Nayezdnik,Strelok, Plastun, Vestnik, Oprichnik

Dzhigit 1877, Razboinik 1879 General-Admiral class
armoured corvette, first real armoured cruiser
General-Admiral 18701875- 1908/11 school ship Narova, minelayer 1922:25 Oktyabrya 1938: mine storage hulk 1959 scrapped
Gerzog Edinburgski 18701877 1908 school ship Onega, minelayer 1915 Blokshiv No. 9 in Helsinki as mine storge ship, broken in the 20s

General-Admiral / 25 ago Oktjabria 1936 (1/1250)

Dmitrii Donskoi
armoured cruiser 1885-1905, improved Monomakh

Similar type Vladimir Monomakh 1883 (1/1250), Similar type Vladimir Monomakh 1883 Admiral Nakhimov
armoured cruiser
Admiral Nakhimov 18851888-1905 modeled after the HMS Royal Navy Imperieuse class

Admiral Nakhimov 1897 (1/1250),
Kit candidate: Nakhimov by Kombrig Pamiat Azova
armoured cruiser 1890-1919 1909: Dvina torpedo school ship

Pamiat Azova 1890 Ryurik class
armoured cruiser
Ruyrik 18921895-1904 (auch Rurik / Rjurik)

Rurik 1895 Rossiya class
armoured cruiser
Rossiya 18971897-1922 (auch Rossia)

Rossiya 1897 (1/1250) Gromoboi class
armoured cruiser, near-repeat of Rossia
Gromoboi 19001900-1922

Gromoboi 1900 (1/1250) Bayan class
armoured cruiser
Bayan (1900) 19031903-1904 salvaged IJN 1905 as Aso training ship 1908-1917 minelayer 1917-1930 1930-1932 Hai Kan No. 4 sunk as target,
Admiral Makarov 19081908-1922, Pallada 19111911-1914, Bayan (1907) 19111911-1922

Bayan 1900 Ryurik-II class
armoured cruiser
Ruyrik . Internatsyonal 19091909-1923 (auch Rurik / Rjurik)

Rurik 1908 (1/1250), Rurik-II 1909 Pamyat Merkuriya class
unprotected cruiser
Pamyat Merkuriya ex Yaroslav 18811881-1906

Pamiat Merkuria Varyag class
protected cruiser
Varyag 19011901 1916-1904 1917 (1905-1916 japan als Soya)

Varyag 1899, Similar type Askold / HMS Glory IV Diana class
protected cruiser
Diana 19021902-1922, Pallada 19021902-1904 japan Tsugaru, Avrora 19031903-1923

Aurora (late),
Kit candidate: Avrora by Kombrig, by WTJ Bogatyr class
protected cruiser
Bogatyr 19021902-1922, Vityaz -1901--1901, Ochakov 1907:Kagul 1917:Ochakov 1919:General Kornilov 19051905-1920,
Kagul 1907:Pamyat Merkuriya 1923:Komintern 19051905-1923 then training cruiser 1941 minelayer sunk by German air attacks July 1942, refloated, disarmed, hulked, sunke as a breakwater,
Oleg 19041904-1919

Bogatyr (1/1250),
Kit candidate: Bogatyr+Oleg+Ochakov by Kombrig, Oleg by WTJ, Similar type Aurora (late) Novik class
protected cruiser
Novik German built 19011901-1904, scuttled 1905, repaired by Japan, 1906 as IJN Suzuya. Scrapped 1913
because of success of Novik 2 copies were made in SU: Zhemchug 19041904-1914 sunk by SMS Emden, Izumrud 19041904-1905

Novik (Kreuzer, 1901) (1/1250), Novik 1902 Boyarin class
protected cruiser. Built to same spec as Novik, but in Denmark with some design changes
Boyarin 19021902-1904

Boyarin 1902 (1/1250),
Kit candidate: Boyarin by Kombrig,
Kit candidate: Bogatyr+Oleg+Ochakov by Kombrig, Oleg by WTJ similar, Similar type Aurora (late) Almaz class
protected cruiser
Almaz 19031903-1920 1914 rebuilt as seaplane tender

Almaz 1903 Muravev Amurskiy class
light cruiser
Muravev Amurskiy -1914--1914, Admiral Nevelskoi -1913--1914
Russian order in Germany. Confiscated as Elbing, Pillau

SMS Pillau / RN Bari Abdul Mecid class
protected cruiser
Prut 19031915-1918 SU captured the Turkish cruiser Mecidije. Germany re-captured it in Sevastopol and passed it back to Turkey.


Borodino class / Izmail class
Borodino -1915- -1917 Navarin -1916--1917, Kinburn -1915--1917, Izmail -1915--1918

Kit candidate: Kombrig Izmail

Svetlana class
light cruiser
Profintern ex Sownarkom? ex Klara Tsetkin ex Svetlana 1939:Krasnyi Krym 19281928-1945, Admiral Spiridov -1916--1917, Admiral Greig -1916--1917, Admiral Butakov 1926:Pravda 1926:Voroshylov (1916)---1928

Kit candidate: Pravda proposal as fast minelayer by COB on Shapeways, to be scaled

Admiral Nakhimov class
light cruiser
Krasnaya Ukraina/Chervona Ukraina ex Admiral Nakhimov 1913-19271927-1941,1947-51 Admiral Istomin -1915--1917, Admiral Kornilov -1922--1927

Chervona Ukraina 1927 Krasnyi Kavkaz class ex Admiral Nakhimov class
light cruiser
Krasnyi Kavkaz ex Admiral Lazarev 19321932-1947/1956

Krasny Kavkas (1/1250), Similar type Chervona Ukraina 1927

69 (Kronshtadt) class
Kronshtadt -1939--1940, Sevastopol -1939--1940

Kit candidate: Kronshtadt 69 by Poseidon,
Kit candidate: Sevastopol by COB Shapeways

Admiral Hipper class
heavy cruiser
Petropavlovsk 1943:Tallin only 2 turrets armed. -1939-1940. 1953 classified as a non-self-propelled training vessel and renamed the Dnepr -1958/59

Admiral Hipper 1941, Prinz Eugen, Seydlitz / Lützow B-Auslegung Omaha class
light cruiser
Murmansk ex USS Milwaukee (CL-5) 19211944-1949

USS Milwaukee CL5 68 (Chapaev) class
light cruiser
Chapaev 19501950-1960 Chkalov 1958:Komsomolets 19501950-1981, Frunze 19501950-1960, Kuibyshev 19501950-1965, Zheleznyakov 19501950-1961, Ordzhonikidze -1940--1941, Sverdlov -1941--1941
cancelled: Zhdanov ---1941, Lenin ---1941, Avrora ---1941, Parkhomenko ---1941, Kotovskiy ---1941, Shors ---1941, Lazo ---1941 Derzhinskiy - - -1941

Chapaev 1950 Duca d'Aosta class
light cruiser
Stalingrad . Kerch 1934 Emanuele Filiberto Duca d'Aosta1949-1956

Emanuele Filiberto Duca d'Aosta

66 class not ordered
heavy cruisers
unnamed ships ----

Kit candidate: 7008 Soviet Navy Project 66 heavy cruiser by Poseidon

82 (Stalingrad) class
Stalingrad -1951--1953, Moskva -1952--1953, Arkhangelsk -1952--1953

Kit candidate: Kombrig Stalingrad, Project 82

68bis Sverdlov class, 68-A, 70-E
light cruiser
Sverdlov 19521952-1989, Ordzhonikidze 19521952-1962, Dzerzhinskiy 19521952-1961 then Indonesien KRI Irian 1962-1972, Zhdanov 19521952-1971, Aleksandr Nevskiy 19521952-1989, Admiral Nakhimov 19531953-1960, Admiral Ushakov 19531953-1987, Aleksandr Suvorov 19531953-1989, Admiral Lazarev 19531953-1986, Admiral Senyavin 19541954-1989, Molotovsk 1957:Oktyabrskaya Revolutsiya 19541954-1987, Mikhail Kutuzov 19541954-1989, Dmitriy Pozharskiy 19541954-1989, Murmansk 19551955-1989, Admiral Kornilov -1954--1957 Shcherbakov -1954- -1959 Varyag -1956--1959, Tallin -1955--1959, Kronshtadt -1954--1959, Arkhangelsk ex Kozma Minin -1953--1959, Vladivostok ex Dmitriy Donskoi -1953--1959
Some with modifications like SAM or SS missiles replacing some turrets

Swerdlow (1/1250), Sverdlov

1134A/Berkut A (Kresta II) class
missile cruiser
Kronshtadt 19691969-1991, Admiral Isakov 19701970-1993 Admiral Nakhimov 19711971-1991 Admiral Makarov 19721972-1992, Marshal Voroshylov 1991:Khabarovsk 19731973-1992, Admiral Oktyabrskiy 19731973-1993, Admiral Isachenkov 19741974-1992 Marshal Timoshenko 19751975-1992 Vasiliy Chapaev 19761976-1993, Admiral Yumashev 19771977-1993

Similar type Sevastopol 1966, Similar type Kresta I 1965 (1/1250)

1144/Orlan (Kirov) class
missile cruiser
Kirov 1992:Admiral Ushakov 19801980- , Frunze 1992:Admiral Lazarev 19841984-1999, Kalinin 1992:Admiral Nakhimov 19881988- , Petr Velikiy ex Yuriy Andropov 19941994- , Admiral Flota Sovetskogo Soyuza Kuznetsov -1989--1990

Petr Velikiy 1994 (Pjotr Weliki, Peter der Große) 1164/Atlant (Slava class)
missile cruiser
Slava . Moskva 19821982- Marshal Ustinov ex Admiral Lobov 19861986- , Chervonaya Ukraina . Varyag 19891989- , ukaianian Ukrayina ex Admiral Flota Lobov ex Komsomolets -1990--1993, Oktyabrskaya Revolutsiya ex Rossiya (. )--1990, Admiral Flota Sovetskogo Soyuza Gorshkov (. )--1990, Varyag (. )--1990, Sevastopol (. )--1990

Moskva 23560 Lider class
concept phase for a 20000ts destroyer/cruiser (or 23650?). Will not be built (307)

Lider class, Pj 23560


Sokol (Prytkiy)class
Sokol (Small Yarrow style with four funnels and two torpdeo tubes aft) 1902:Prytkiy 18951895-1914

Sokol (1902), Similar type Vnimatelni (1900) Krechet (Pylkiy) class
Krechet 1902:Pylkiy 18981898-1911, Korshun 1902:Poslushnyi 18981898-1914 4/18 abandoned by Russian, occupied by Finish as S3, Yastreb 1902:Prochnyi 19001900-1914, Nyrok 1902:Porazhayushchiy 19001900-1914, Berkut 1902:Pronzitelnyi 19001900-1911, Kondor 1902:Reshitelnyi 19021902-1904, Gagara 1902:Prozorlivyi 19011901-1914 4/18 abandoned by Russian, occupied by Finish as S2, Voron 1902:Rezvyi 19011901-1914 4/18 abandoned by Russian, occupied by Finish as S4, Filin 1902:Retivyi 19011901-1914, Sova 1902:Ryanyi 19011901-1914 4/18 abandoned by Russian, occupied by Finish as S1, Albatros 1902:Podvizhnyi 19011901-1914 4/18 abandoned by Russian, occupied by Finish as S5, Drozd 1902:Ryazashchiy 1902!902-1905, Dyatel 1902:Rastoropnyi 19021902-1904

Similar type Sokol (1902) Kasatka / Besshumnyi / Kit class
Kasatka 1901:Besshumnyi 19001900-1924, Kit 1901:Bditelnyi 19001900-1905, Delfin 1901:Besstrashnyi 19001900-1924, Skat 1901:Besposhchadnyi 19001900-1923

Bditelni (1900) Forel (Vnimatelnyi) class
French 300t design. Forel 1902:Vnimatelnyi 19011901-1904, Osetr 1902:Vnushitelnyi 19021902-1904, Sterlad 1902:Vynoslivyi 19021902-1904, Kefal 1902:Vlastnyi 19021902-1917, Losos 1902:Grozovoi 19021902-1917

Vnimatelni (1900), Similar type Sokol (1902) Boikyi class
( Medium sized Yarrow style with four funnels ) Boikiy ex Akula 19021902-1923, Buinyi ex Bychok 19021902-1905, Burnyi ex Makrel 19021902-1904, Bravyi 1923:Anisimov ex Nalim 19021902-1923, Blestyashchiy ex Okun 19021902-1905, Bystryi ex Plotva 19021902-1905, Bodryi ex Pyeskar 19031903-1923, Bedovyi ex Keta 19031903-1905, Bezuprechnyi ex Paltus 19031903-1905, Vidnyi ex Sig 19051905-1918, Gromkiy 19041904-1905, Groznyi 1923:?Balyan 19041904-1923, Gremyashchiy 19051905-1918

Boikyi 1902 (1/1250), Bedovy 1902 Zavidnyi class (Pushchin class)
Zavidnyi 1920:Marti ex Karp 19041904-1923?, Zavetnyi ex Beluga 19031903-1918, Zadornyi 1907:Leitenant Pushchin 19051905-1916, Zorkiy 19051905 1919 -1918 1920 , Zvonkiy 19051905 1919 -1918 1920 , Zharkiy 19061906 1919 -1918 1920 , Zhutkiy 19061906-1918, Zhyvoi 19051905 1919 -1918 1920 , Zhyvuchiy 19061906-1916

Zhutkiy 1905, Similar type Boikyi 1902 (1/1250), Similar type Bedovy 1902 Ukraina class
First of the larger russian destroyers. Ukraina 1920:Karl Marks 1920:Bakinskiy Rabochiy 19051905-1949, Voiskovoi 1920:Fridrih Engels 1920:Markin 19051905-1949, Turkmenets Stavropolskiy 1920:Mirzha Kuchuk 1920:Altfater 1945:Sovetskiy Dagestan 19051905-1949, Kazanets 19051905-1916, Steregushchiy 19061906-1922, Strashnyi 19061906-1922, Donskoi Kazak 19061906-1922, Zabaikalets 19061906-1922

Ukraina (1/1250) Emir Buharskiy class
License of Schichau kuk Magnet, SU built with German material: Emir Buharskiy 1918:Yakov Sverdlov 19051905-193., Finn 1919:Karl Libkneht 19051905-193., Moskvityanin 19051905-1919, Dobrovolets 19061906-1916

Emir Bucharsky (1/1250), Similar type SMS Magnet kuk 1900, Similar type Lampo 1900 (1/1250) Tochnyi class
similar repeat of Krechet class. Tvyordyi 1923:Lazo 19061906-1927, Tochnyi 1923:Potapenko 19061906-1927, Trevozhnyi 19061906-1922, Inzhener Mehanik Anastasov 19081908-1921, Leitenant Maleev 19081908-192

Tochnyi (1907) Moshchnyi class
Iskusnyi 19061906-1922, Ispolnitelnyi 19061906-1914, Krepkiy 1922:Roshal 19061906-1918, Legkiy 19061906-1924, Leitenant Burakov 19061906-1917, Metkiy 19061906-1922, Molodetskiy 19061906-1922, Moshchnyi 19061906-1925, Lovkiy 19061906-1922, Letuchiy 19061906-1914, Lihoi 19061906-1922

Likhoi (1906) Boevoi class
Inzhener-Mehanik Zverev 19061906-1920/21, Inzhener-Mehanik Dmitrev 19061906-1920/21, Boevoi 19061906-1925, Burnyi 19061906-1925, Bditelnyi 19061906-1917, Vnimatelnyi 19061906-1920/21, Vynoslivyi 19061906-1920/21, Vnushitelnyi 19061906-1920/21, Kapitan Yurasovskiy 19061906 1920 -1918 1924 , Leitenant Sergeev 19061906 1920 -1918 1924

Zwieriew (1905) Silnyi class
last of Havock class style class. Silnyi 19061906-1922, Storozhevoi 19061906-1925, Stroinyi 19071907-1917, Razyasyhchiy 19071907-1922, Rastoropnyi 19071907-1922, Dostoinyi 19071907-1922, Delnyi 19071907-1925, Deyatelnyi 19071907-1923

Similar type HMS Decoy 1895 Gaidamak class
Gaidamak 19061906-1926, Vsadnik 1922:Sladkov 19061906-193., Amurets 1922:Zheleznyakov 19061906-1933, Ussuriets 1922:Roshal 19071907-1927

Similar type Emir Bucharsky (1/1250), Similar type SMS Magnet kuk 1900 General Kondratenko class
General Kondratenko 19061906-1922, Ohotnik 19061906-1917, Pogranichnik 19061906-1925, Sibirskiy Strelok 19061906-1925

Sibirsky Strelok (1906) Leitenant Zatsarennyi class / Shestakov class
Enlarged Vsadnik class, often seen as group of the Dobrovolets class.
Leitenant Zatsarennyi 19081908-1917, Leitenant Shestakov 19081908-1918, Kapitan Leitenant Baranov 19081908-1918, Kapitan Saken ex Leitenant Pushchin 19081908 1919 -1918 1920

Similar type Emir Bucharsky (1/1250), Similar type SMS Magnet kuk 1900, Similar type Sibirsky Strelok (1906) Bespokoinyi class
Subgroup of the Novik class, slightly smaller: Bespokoinyi 19141914 1919 -1918 1920 , Gnevnyi 19141914 1919 -1918 1921 , Gromkiy 19141914-1918, Derzhskiy 19141914 1919 -1918 1920 , Pronzitelnyi 19141914-1918, Shchastlivyi 19151915-1918, Pospeshnyi 1914191 1919 -1918 1920 , Bystryi 1927:Frunze 19151915 1927 -1918 1941 , Pylkiy 19141914 1919 -1918 1920

Bespokoiny 1914 (1/1250) Zabiyaka class / Kern Class / Orfei class
Subgroup of the Novik class, larger, stronger armament:
Zabiyaka 1922:Uritskiy 19151915-1953, Pobeditel 1922:Volodarskiy 19151915-1941, Kapitan Izylmyetev 1922:Lenin 19161916-1941, Leitenant Ilyin 1919:Garibaldi 1922:Trotskiy 1928:Voykov 19161916-195., Gavril 19151915-1919, Samson 1922:Stalin 19161916-1953, Azard 1922:Zinovev 1934:Artyom 19161916-1941, Grom 19151915-1917, Orfei 19151915-1929, Konstantin 19151915-1919, Vladimir 1917:Svoboda 19151915-1919,
Kapitan I Ranga Mikluha-Maklai 1918:Spartak ex Kapitan II Ranga ex Kapitan Kingsbergen 19171917-1918, captured by British cruisers Caradoc and Calypso and destroyers Vendetta, Vortigern and Wakeful 26/12/1918 and transferred by them to Estonia month later.commissioned as12/1919 Wambola, sold to Peru in 1933 as Almirante Villar, served till 1952 (310) (311)
Desna 1922:Engels 19161916-1941, Letun 19161916-1916, Rykov Valeryan Kuibyshev ex Kapitan Kern 19271927-1957, Karl Libkneht ex Kapitan Belli 19271927-195., Kapitan Konon-Zotov 1915--1923, Kapitan Kroun -1916--1923, Leitenant Dubasov -1916--1923, Mihail -1916--1923, Mechislav ex Leitenant Lombard -1917--1923, Sokol -1917--1923

Valerian Kuibyshev ex Kapitan Kern Avtroil class
Subgroup of the Novik class, larger: Avtroil 19171917-1918 captured by British cruisers Caradoc and Calypso and destroyers Vendetta, Vortigern and Wakeful 26/12/1918 and transferred by them to Estonia month later.commissioned as12/1919 Lennuk, sold to Peru in 1933 as Almirante Guise, served till 1947 (310) (311) , Izyaslav 1922:Karl Marks ex Gromonosets 19161916-1941, Pryamislav 1927:Kalinin 19271927-1941, Bryachislav -1915--1923, Fyodor Stratilat -1915--1923

Almirante Guise (1/1250) Kerch class
Subgroup of the Novik class, larger: Kerch 19171917-1918, Fidonisi 19171917-1918, Kalyakriya 1928:Derzhinskiy 19171917 1929 -1918 1942 , Gadzhibey 19171917-1918, Tserigo 19191919-1920, Petrovskiy 1939:Zheleznyakov ex Korfu 19251925 1949 -1948 Bulgaria 1950-1956 , Shaumyan ex Levkas 19251925-1942, Nezamozhnyi 1926:Nezamozhnik ex Zante 19231923-1956, 12 ships cancelled unnamed -1917--1917

Kerch (1917) 1 (Leningrad) class
Leningrad 19361936-1958, Kharkov 19381938-1943, Moskva 19381938-1942

Similar type Baku, Similar type Minsk 1938 (1/1250), Similar type Baku 1939 (1/1250), Similar type Baku (1/1800),
Kit candidate: Baku by Kombrig announced similar similar 38 (Leningrad) class
Minsk 19391939-1951

Minsk 1938 (1/1250), Similar type Baku, Similar type Baku 1939 (1/1250), Similar type Baku (1/1800),
Kit candidate: Baku by Kombrig announced similar

7 (Gnevnyi) class
Gnevnyi 19381938-1941, Gordyi 19381938-1941, Grozyashchiy 19391939-1953, Gremyaschiy 19391939-1955, Gromkiy 19381938-196., Groznyi 19381938-195., Bditelnyi 19391939-1942, Besposhchadnyi 19391939-1943, Bezuprechnyi 19391939-1942, Bodryi 19381938-195., Boikiy 19391939-1958, Bystryi 19391939-1941, Rastoropnyi 19401940-195., Razyashchiy 19401940-1955, Razyarennyi ex Peredovoy 19411941-1957, Razumnyi ex Prochnyi 19411941-1959, Redkiy ex Pylkiy 19421942-194. Rekordnyi ex Prytkiy 19411941-195., Reshitelnyi -1938--1938, Reshitelnyi ex Pospeshnyi 19411941-1955, Retivyi 19411941-1955, Revnostnyi ex Provornyi 19411941-195., Rezkiy 19421942-1955, Rezvyi 19401940-196., Ryanyi 19391939-1960, Smetlivyi 19381938-1941, Steregushchiy 19391939-195., Sokrushitelnyi 19391939-1942, Stremitelnyi 19381938-1941 Legkiy -?, Lovkiy -?, Burnyi -?, Boevoi -?

Razumnyj 20 class
Tashkent 19391939-1942 called Blue Beauty. Pic and story see , unnamed ---194., unnamed ---194.

Taschkent 1941 7U (Storozhevoi) class
Serdityi 19411941-1941, Silnyi 19411941-196., Skoryi 19411941-1941, Slavnyi 19411941-1958, Smelyi ex Letuchiy 19411941-1941, Statnyi 19411941-1941, Stoikiy 1943:Vitseadmiral Drozd ex Lihoi 19401940-1959, Storozhevoi 19411941-1958 (27.6.41 bow blown off by S-Boats, hept afloat, repaired with bow and gun turret from unfinsihed project 30 destroyer), Strashnyi 19411941-195., Strogiy 19411941-195., Stroinyi 19411941-1959, Surovyi 19411941-1941, Svirepyi 19411941-195., Smyshlyonyi 19411941-1942, Soobrazitelnyi ex Prozorlivyi 19411941-1966, Sovershennyi 19411941-1941, Sposobnyi 19411941-1943, Spokoinyi -1940--aft.1945
Storozhevoi ex 7 class -- Silnyi ex 8 class--
Svobodnyi 19421942-1942, Pronzitelnyi - , Porazhayushchiy -

Soobrazitelny 1941, Silnyi 1940 (1/1250),
Kit candidate: Storozhevoyi als Umbau aus Soobrazitelny und Bug übriger Ognevoi Pj 30 by Kombrig und COB

48 (Kiev) class
Weiterentwicklung der Tashkent. Kiev -1940--1941, Erevan -1941--1941, Ochakov -1940--1941, Perekop -1940--1941, Stalinabad --1941, Petrozavodsk --1941, Ashhabad --1941, Alma Ata --1941, Arhangelsk -- , Murmansk --

Kit candidate: Kiev (Pr.48) by COB on Shapeways, to be scaled

Kit candidate: Udaloi (Project 35) by COB on Shapeways, to be scaled

45 class
Opytnyi ex Sergei Ordzhonikidze 19411941-1952

Kit candidate: Opytny (Pr45) by COB on Shapeways, to be scaled

Town class
Derzki ex HMS Chelsea ex USS Crowninshield DD134 (Wickes class) 19181944-1949, Deyatelny ex HMS Churchill ex USS Herndon DD198 (Clemson class) 19181944-1945, Doblestnyj ex HMS Roxborough ex USS Foote (DD 169) (Wickes/Liddle class) 19181944-49, Dostojnyj ex HnoMS St.Albans ex HMS St.Albans ex USS Thomas (DD 182) (Wickes/Lamberton class) 19181944-49, Druzhny ex HMS Lincoln ex USS Yarnall (DD 143) (Wickes class) 19181944-49, Zharki ex HMS Brighton ex USS Cowell (DD 167) (Wickes/Liddle class) 19181944-49, Zhguchi ex HMS Leamington ex USS Twiggs (DD 127) (Wickes/Tattnall class) 1918 1944-50, Zhivuchi ex HMS Richmond ex USS Fairfax (DD 93) (Wickes class) 1918 1944-49, Zhostki ex HMS Georgetown ex USS Maddox (DD 168) (Wickes/Liddle class) 19181944-52 (312)

HMS Burwell H94 (1940) ex USS Laub DD-263

30 (Ognevoi) class
Ognevoi ex Opasnyi 19451945-1955, Otlichnyi 19481948-1960, Ozornoi 19491949-1950, Obraztsovyi 19491949-1959, Odarennyi 19501950-1958, Otvazhnyi 19501950-1966, Ohotnyi 1946:Stalin 19471947-1958, Ognennyi -1941--1941, Otmennyi -1941--1941, Obuchennyi -1941--1941, Ozhestochennyi -1941--1941, Ostryi -1941--1941, Otchayannyi -1941--1941, Obshchitelnyi -1941--1941, Oslepitelnyi -1941--1941, Ostorozhnyi -1941--1941, Otchetlivyi -1947--194., Organizovannyi -1941--1941, Otbornyi -1941--1941, Otrazhayushchiy -1941--1941, Osmotriteln'nyi 19471947-1958, Otverzhdyonnyi -1940--1941, Vlastnyi 19481948-1959, Vnimatel'nyi -1944--196., Vnushitel'nyi 19471947-1950, Vynoslivyi 19481948-1960, Opasnyi -1941--1941, diverse unnamed (194.)--1941

The bow and forward turret of an unfinished Pj30 was used to repair the Pj7U Storozhevoyi, whichh became a hybrid type (Zwittertyp)

Ognevoi Pj 30, Ognevoi 1945 (1/1250)

Regele Ferdinand class (Romania)
Ex Romania
Lihoy ex Regele Ferdinand19281944-1951, Letuchiy ex Regina Maria19291944-1951

Similar type HMS Wallace 1918 (1/1250), Regele Ferdinand 1934 A class
Zorkiy ex Z14 Friedrich Ihnex R92 ex Z15 Erich Steinbrinck 19371946-1952, Pylkiy 19381946-1949

Z7 Hermann Schoemann 1937 Carlo Mirabello class
Augustop Riboty 19171917-1947 (Russian prize, but scrapped in Italy 1951)

Carlo Mirabello, Carlo Mirabello 1938 (1/1250) Akizuki class
Pospeshnyi 1947:Vnezapnyi 1949:Oskol 19441947-1949 ex Haruzuki

Fuyuzuki Soldati I class
Lovkiy ex Artigliere ex Camicia Nera19381950-1953, Legkiy ex Fuciliere19381950-1954

Camicia Nera, Soldati class (1/1250)

41 (Tallin) class
Neustrashimyi 19551955-1974, unknown 19551955-1974, unknown 19551955-1974, unknown 19551955-1974, unknown 19551955-1974

Kit candidate: Neustrashimyi project 41 announced by Kombrig 11.2020

56/Spokoinyi (Kotlin) class
Svetlyi 19551955-1989, Speshnyi 19551955-1989, Blestyashchiy 19551955-1987, Byvalyi 19561956-1988, Skromnyi 19561956-1989, Bravyi 19561956-1987, Svedushchiy 19561956-1992, Veskiy 19561956-1987, Vyzyvayushchiy 19561956-1989, Spokoinyi 19561956-1990, Smyshlennyi 1958:Moskovskiy Komsomolets 19561956-1986, Skrytnyi 19561956-1989, Besslednyi 19561956-1988, Vdohnovennyi 19561956-1987, Soznatel'nyi 19561956-1988, Spravedlivyi 19561956-1970 => Polen Warszawa , Burlivyi 19571957-1989, Vozmushchyonnyi 19571957-1987, Blagorodnyi 19571957-1989, Nesokrushimyi 19571957-1991, Plamennyi 19571957-1991, Nahodchivyi 19571957-1989, Vozbuzhdyonnyi 19571957-1989, Naporistyi 19571957-1987, Vliyatel'nyi 19571957-1988, Nastoichivyi 19571957-1989, Vydezhannyi 1967:Dalnevosotchnyi Komsomolets 19571957-1992

Soznatelnyi 1981, Kotlin class (1950) (1/1250), Kotlin class (1950) (1/1250) 56/Spokoinyi (Kotlin) class completed as 56EM class
Bedovyi -1953--195.

Similar type Kildin (Prj 56U), Similar type Kildin (Prj 56M) (1/1250) 56/Spokoinyi (Kotlin) class completed as 56M class
Prozorlivyi -1956--195., Neulovimyi -1957--195., Neuderzhimyi -1957--195., Neukrotimyi (195.)--195.

Similar type Kildin (Prj 56U), Similar type Kildin (Prj 56M) (1/1250) 56M (Kildin) class
Missile version of the 56 class. Prototype 56EM, then 3 56M series, later modernised as 56U
Bedovyi Prototype (56EM) 19581958-1989 Neulovimyi 19601960-1990, Prozorlivyi 19601960-1991, Neuderzhimyi 19601960-1985, Neukrotimyi --1955, Neutominyi -195.

Kildin (Prj 56U), Kildin (Prj 56M) (1/1250) 57bis (Krupny) class
Gremyashchiy 19601960-1991, Zhguchiy 19601960-1987, Zorkiy 19611961-1993, Derzkiy 19611961-1990 Upornyi 1960!960-1991, Boikiy 19611961-1988, Gordyi 19611961-1987, Hrabryi -1961--1963

Krupny class (1/1250) 57A (Kanin) class
Gnevnyi 19601960-1987 sowie die umgebauten Krupny
Nach Entfernung der veralteten Marschflugkörper wurden die DD der Krupny Klasse als Kanin bezeichnet

Kanin (1/1250) 61 (Kashin) class
Komsomolets Ukrainy ex SKR 25 19621962-1991, Soobrazitelnyi ex SKR 44 19631963-1992, Ognevoi ex SKR 31 19641964-1989, Provornyi ex SKR 37 19641964-1990, Obraztsovyi ex SKR 2 19651965-1993, Otvazhnyi ex Orel 19651965-1974, Odarennyi 19651965-1990, Stroinyi 19661966-1990, Slavnyi 19661966-1991, Steregushchiy 19671967-1993, Krasnyi Kavkaz 19671967-1998, Reshitel'nyi 19671967-1997, Smyshlennyi 19681968-1993, Strogiy 19681968-1993, Smetlivyi 19691969- , Smelyi 19681968-1988, Krasnyi Krim 19701970-1993, Sposobnyi 19711971-1992, Skoryi 19721972-1997, Sderzhannyi 19731973-1991

Kashin (1/1250), Smetlivy Rajput / Kashin II class
built for India: Rajput ex Nadyozhnyi, Rana ex Gubitelnyi, Ranjit ex Lovkiy, Ranvir ex Tvyordyi, Ranvijaj ex Tolkovyi

Kashin (1/1250), Smetlivy 956/Sarych (Sovremennyi) class
Sovremennyi 19801980-1998, Otchayannyi 19821982-1998, Otlichnyi 19831983-1998, Osmotritelnyi 19841984-1998, Bezuprechnyi 19851985-2001, Boevoi 19861986- , Stoikiy 19861986-1998, Okrylennyi 19871987-1998, Vnushitelnyi -1987--1987, Burnyi 19881988- , Gremyashchiy ex Vedushchiy 19881988-2006, Bystryi 19891989- , Rastoropnyi 19891989- , Bezboyaznennyi 19901990- , Bezuderzhnyi 19911991- , Bespokoinyi 19911991- , Nastoichivyi ex Moskovskiy Komsomolets ex Nastoichivyi 19921992- , Besstrashnyi 2004:Admiral Ushakov 19931993- , Soobrazitelnyi 19951995- , Ekaterinburg ex Vazhnyi -1994--1997, Aleksandr Nevskiy ex Vdumchivyi -1994--1997, Buinyi -1994--199.
To China: Hangzhou (ex. Waschny), Fuzhou (ex. Wdumtschiwy), Taizhou, Taizhou

Sovremenny 1155/Fregat (Udaloi I) class
Anti-Submarine-Frigate (variant of Pj 956)Udaloi 19801980-1997, Vitseadmiral Kulakov 19821982- , Marshal Vasilevskiy 19831983-199. , Admiral Zaharov 19831983-1994, Admiral Spiridonov 19851985-1997, Admiral Tributs 19851985- , Marshal Shaposhnikov 19851985- , Simferopol 1996:Severomorsk ex Marshal Zhukov ex Marshal Budyennyi 19871987- , Admiral Levchenko ex Habarovsk 19881988- , Admiral Vinogradov 19881988- , Admiral Harlamov 19891989- , Admiral Panteleev 19911991-

Udaloy 1155.1 (Udaloy II) class
Admiral Chabanenko ex Admiral Basistyi 19991999- , Admiral Basistyi ex Admiral Kuharov -1991--199., Admiral Kucherov (199.)--1993, unnamed (199.)--1993

Similar type Udaloy
Suhum class
Thorneycroft UK built: (Sukhum) Suhum . 256 18831883-1908

Similar type Bygve No 71 1888 (1/1250) Kazarski class
Torpedo Gunboat, Schichau built
Kazarski 18901890-1920, Voevoda 18921892-1918 4/18 abandoned by Russian, occupied by Finish as Matti Kurki, Posadnik 18921892-1918 4/18 abandoned by Russian, occupied by Finish as Klas Horn, Vsadnik 18941894-1904 1905 jap. Makigumo, Gaidamak 18941894-1905, 1905 jap. Shikinami , Griden 18951895-1911

Vsadnik 1894 / Makigumo, Klas Horn (1/1250) Izmail class
Russ copy of Poti: 17 . Izmail . 267 18861886-1908, 2 . Lahata . 105 18861886-1907, 3 . Luga . 106 18871887-1909, 4 . Narva . 107 18881888-1910

Narwa No.107 Abo class
8 . Abo . 108 18861886-1910, 9 . Vindava . 109 18861886-1910, 10 . Libava . 110 18861886-1910, 11 . Yalta . 266 18861886-1911, 12 . Novorossiysk . 263 18861886-1913, 13 . Chardak . 265 18861886-1911, 14 . Kodor . 261 18861886-1911, 15 . Kiliya . 262 18861886-1911, 16 . Reni . 254 18861886-1911
On base of Schichau S7 class

Torpediniere Alto Maro 80S class (80S-110S) 1888, Similar type SMS S7, Similar type Yanchikhe 201 Yanchihe class
Yanchihe . 201 18871887-1904, Suchena . 202 18871887-1911
On base of Schichau S7 class

Yanchikhe 201 Sungari class
Sungari . 203 ex Gogland 18891889-1911, Ussuri . 204 ex Nargen 18891889-1904

Nargen No 203 Polangen class
Polyangen . 119 18941894-1912, Pakerort . 120 18941894-1912, 127 18961896-1911, 128 18961896-1912, 129 18971897-1912, 130 18971897-1911, 133 18961896-1911, 134 18961896-1914, 135 18961896-1911, 136 18961896-1913, 137 18971897-1911, 138 18971897-1911, 139 18971897-1911, 140 18971897-1914, 141 18971897-1914, 142 18971897-1912, 270 18951895-1915, 271 18951895-1915, 272 18961896-1914, 273 18971897-1915, 208 18991899-1904, 209 18991899-1911, 210 18991899-1911, 211 18991899-1915

208 Torpedo-Boot, Vladivostok Destroyers 201, 203, 205, 208 Großes Torpedoboot 1906
Prozorlivyi ex T158 ex V158 19081946-1950, Pronzitelnyi ex T196 ex G19619111945-19..

Base type Großes Torpedoboot 1906 SMS V156 / T156 / Bremse Ciclone class
Ladnyi ex Animoso19421943 TA23 1947-1954, Lyutyi ex Ardimentoso19421947-1954, Letnyi ex Fortunale19421947-1954

Ciclone (1/1250),
Kit candidate: Ciclone class by Regiamarinamas
Escorts, Board Guard Ships
Dzerzhinskiy (pj 19)
board guard ship (destroyer) 1935-1959: PSK-1 Dzerzhinskiy, PSK-2 Kirov

Dzerzhinskiy 1935 (1/1250) Shtorm (Uragan) class (2 class)
escort ship
Uragan (Hurricane) =SKR16 19311931-1958, Taifun 19311931-1959, Tsiklon 19321932-1941, Groza=SKR 10 19321932-1958, Vihr (Vikhr') 19321932-1959, Smerch (Tornado) =SKR 15 19321932-1950, Shtorm 19321932-1959, Shkval 19331933-1959
full list see
Good pics see

Smerch SKR-15 4 class
escort ship, sub-class of Uragan
Metel' 19341934-1958, Vyuga 19341934-1958, Grom 19351935-1959, Burun 19351935-1959

Similar type Smerch SKR-15 39 class
escort ship, sub-class of Uragan
Zarnitsa 19341934-1959, Molniya 19361936-1959, Purga 19361936-1942, Burya 19361936-1942, Tucha 19381938-1959, Sneg 19381938-1941

Similar type Smerch SKR-15 Zhemchug (pj 43)
board guard ships on the basis of Fugas class minesweeper: PSK-301 Zhemchug 1935-43, PSK-302 Rubin (55: Rubin) 1936-60, PSK-303 Brilliant 1935-44, PSK-304 Sapfir (55:Vizim) 1937-59

Tral T-401 Pj3, Fugas T-204 1939 (1/1250) Topaz (pj122) / Artillerist (122a) / Kronshtadt (122bis)
large series of board guards / large sub-chasers. Topaz OKhT-1, Yakhont OKhT-2, Artillerist OKhT-3 / BO-101, &hellip BO-153 / MPK-152 &hellip, BO-931 / PSKR-426 / MPK-108
On same hull without weapons as communication ship class 357 (Libau class)
Many exports and license builts e.g. Type 6604 by China

Kronstadt class Pj 122bis (2x) (1/1250), PLA 6604 / 122bis Kronstadt M-Boot 1916 (German)
Guard ship
M59: On 02.08.1922 bought by Lithuania, renamed as Presidentas Smetona and served as patrol ship, training ship, and President's yacht. In 1934 renamed Anastasas Smetona , on 22.06.1940 renamed as Primunas . In 08.1940, the ship was included into 2nd Baltic detachment of board guard vessels of Sea Board Guard of NKVD as board guard ship and renamed Korall . On 22.06.1941 transferred and on 19.08.1941 included into Baltic Fleet as minesweeper No.76 , on 07.09.1941 reclassified as guard ship and renamed Korall , on 25.11.1943 reclassified again as minesweeper, on 05.06.1944 refitted as electro-magnetic minesweeper, on 29.08.1944 renamed T-33 . On 11.01.1945 mined and sunk in Finnish Gulf near Aegna island.
M68: On 29.10.1917 mined and beached in Rigaer Gulf, in 1918 refloated by Germans and towed to Riga for repairs. In 01.1919 included into Red Lettland flotilla as dispatch vessel Sarkana Latvia , in 05.1919 captured in Riga by Germans, in 07.1919 renamed as Virsaitis . On 10.11.1921 commissioned into Lettland Navy as minesweeper. On 19.08.1940 included into Baltic fleet as minesweeper, on 17.10.1940 renamed T-297 , on 25.07.1941 reclassified as guard ship and renamed Virsaitis . On 03.12.1941 mined and sunk in Finnish Gulf, when escorted convoy from Hanko.

M50 Typ 15 (1916) / Brommy 74T class (kuk)
escort ship ex T-Boat Romania ex kuk
Musson ex Sborul ex 81T 19141944-1945, Toros ex Smeul ex 83F 19141944-1945

TA48 ex kuk 78T (1/600), SMS Tb 82F kuk (1/600), SMS Tb 82F kuk (1/1250), SMS Tb 80T kuk / rum. Vijelia Little class
escort destroyer
Zharkiy ex HMS Brighton ex USS Cowell DD-16719181944-1949, Zhostkiy 19181944-1952, Doblestnyi 19181944-1949, Dostoinyi 19181944-1949

HMS Burwell H94 (1940) ex USS Laub DD-263 Wickes class
escort destroyer
Zhyvuchiy 19171944-1949, Derzhkiy 19181944-1949, Druzhnyi 19181944-1952, Zhguchiy 19181944-1950

USS Ward APD-16 ex DD-139 29 (Yastreb) class
escort ship / board guard ship
Yastreb' 19451945-1958/59, Berkut 19451945-. Grif 194.194.-. Kondor 19481948-. Voron 19481948-. Sokol 194.194.-196., Kaguar (194.)--1941, Leopard (194.)--1941, Pantera (194.)--1941, Rys (194.)--1941, Tigr (194.)--1941, Yaguar (194.)--1941

Yastreb 29P/29K (Albatros) class
escort ship
Albatros 19461947-1958, Burevestnik ex Chayka 19471947-1957, Korshun 19471947-1958, Zorkiy ex Voron 19501950-1956, Oryol 19511951-1958, Fregat (. )--. Orlan (. )--. unnamed (. )--1941

Similar type Yastreb Tachibana class
escort destroyer
Volnyi ex Shii 19451947-. Vyrazitelnyi ex Vetrenny ex jap. Hatsuzakura 1945-1947-1959

Sumire, Tachibana (1944) Ukuru class
escort ship
unknown (ex Kozu) 19441947-. unknown (ex Ikino) 19451947-.

Escort Destroyer Type B Ukuru, PL-106 Kojima ex Shiga C class
escort ship
unknown (ex 71) 19451947-. unknown (ex 77) 19451947-. unknown (ex 79) 19451947-. unknown (ex 105) 19461947-. unknown (ex 221) 19451947-. unknown (ex 227) 19451947-.

Escort Destroyer Type C Hei D class
escort ship
unknown (ex 34) 19441947-. unknown (ex 48) 19441947-. unknown (ex 52) 19441947-. unknown (ex 76) 19441947-. unknown (ex 78) 19441947-. unknown (ex 102) 19441947-. unknown (ex 142) 19451947-. unknown (ex 196) 19451947-.

Escort Destroyer Type D Tei

42 (Kola) Sokol class
Sokol 19521952-1971, Berkut 19521952-1965, Kondor 19521952-1970, Grif 1970:Sovetskiy Azerbaydzhan 19521953-1970, Krechet 1970:Sovetskiy Dagestan ex Leopard 19521953-1977, Orlan 1966:Sovetskiy Turkmenistan 19531953-1970, Lev 19531953-1971

Kit candidate: Najin class Frigate announced by Doggy Industries similar

50 (Riga) class
[+] Tigr 19531953-1974, Aist 19541954-1964/66, Bars 19541954-1990/94?, Barsuk 19541954-1956, Bizon 19541954-1964/66, Bobr 19541954-1990/92, Filin 19541954-1964, Gepard 19541954-1990/92, Gornostay 19521952-1990/92, Grifon 19551955-1964/66, Yaguar 19541954-1990/92, Yenot 19541954-1959, Kobchik 19551955-1985, Korsak 19541954-1964/66 , Kuguar 19541954-1986/92, Kunitsa 19541954-1990/92, Laska 19541954-1986/92, Leopard 19541954-1990/92, Los 19551955-1986/92, Lun 19541954-1986/92, Norka 19551955-1986/92, Olen 19551955-1956, Pantera 1979:Komsomolets Gruziyy 19541954-1990/92, Pelikan 19541954-1964/66, Pingvin 19541954-1986/92, Puma 19541954-1964/66, Rosomaha 19541954-1990/92, Rys 19541954-1990/92, Sarych 19541954-1964/66, Sobol 19541954-1986/92, Tur 19551955-1956, Volk 19541954-1986/90, Voron 19551955-1986/92, Zubr 19541954-1964/66, SKR 4 19581958-1989, SKR 5 19581958-1986/92, SKR 8 19581958-1986/92, SKR 10 19581958-1989, SKR 14 -1986/92, SKR 15 -1986/92, SKR 50 19551955-1987, SKR 51 19551955-1986/92, SKR 52 1962:Tuman 19551955-1988/90, SKR 53 19551955-1957, SKR 54 19561956-1986/92, SKR 55 19571957-1986/92, SKR 56 19561956-1986/92, SKR 57 19561956-1988/90, SKR 58 19561956-1986/92, SKR 59 19561956-1986/92, SKR 60 19561956-1986/92, SKR 61 19561956-1989, SKR 62 1969:Irkutskiy Komsomolets 19561956-1986/92, SKR 63 19561956-1986/92, SKR 64 1962:Komosmolets Litviy 19561956-1986/92, SKR 65 19561956-1986/92, SKR 66 19561956-1958, SKR 67 19561956-1986/92, SKR 68 19571957-1986/92, SKR 69 19571957-1964, SKR 70 19571946-1988/90, SKR 71 19571957-1986/92, SKR 72 19571957-1986/92, SKR 73 19571957-1989, SKR 74 19571957-1989, SKR 75 19571957-1989, SKR 76 1968:Arhangelskiy Komosmolets 19581958-1990/92, SKR 77 19581958-1986/92, SKR 80 19581958-1986/92, SKR 81 19581958-1986/92

Riga class (1953) (1/1250), Riga class 159 (Petya) class
Anti-sub corvette
[+] 159 Petya I: PLK 1 1966: SKR 1 19611961-1978, PLK 4 1966:SKR 38 19611961-1990, PLK 5 1966:SKR 47 19611961-1992, PLK 14 1966:SKR 26 19611961-1993, PLK 17 1966:SKR 17 19611961-1982, PLK 9 1966:SKR 9 19621962-1990, PLK 22 1966: SKR 22 . Timofey Ulyantsev 19621962-1991, PLK 25 1966:SKR 33 19621962-1995, PLK 27 1966: SKR 27 19621962-1992, PLK 30 1966:SKR 30 19621962-1978, PLK 15 1966:SKR 18 19621962-1989, PLK 34 1966:SKR 34 19631963-1990, PLK 41 1966: SKR 41 19631963-1987, PLK 11 1966:SKR 11 19631963-1991, PLK 37 1966:SKR 40 19641964-1994, PLK 43 1966: SKR 43 19641964-1989, PLK 3 1966: SKR 3 19641964-1990, PLK 46 1966:SKR 46 19651965-1989, PLK 23 1966:SKR 23 19651965-1989
159A Petya II: PLK 29 1966:SKR 29 19661966-1991, PLK 59 1966:SKR 78 19661966-1990, PLK 21 1966:SKR 21 1979:Orlovskiy Komsomolets 19661966-1991, SKR 16 1991:Bakinets 19671967-1993, SKR 103 19671967-1991, SKR 106 19671967-1993, SKR 110 1991:OS 226 19671967-1993, SKR 36 19671967-1989, SKR 92 19671967-1991, SKR 88 ---1966, SKR 112 19681968-1992, SKR 115 19681968-1984, SKR 98 19691969-1991, SKR 94 1972:Krasnodarskiy Komsomolets 19691969-1983, SKR 87 19691969-1992, SKR 120 19701970-1991, SKR 123 19701970-1992, SKR 126 19701970-1992, SKR 130 19701970-1983, SKR 133 19701970-1994, SKR 138 19711971-1994, SKR 141 19711971-1984, SKR 128 19721972-1991, SKR 135 19721972-1984
159AE Petya II: SKR 100 19681968-1972, SKR 104 19681968-1972, SKR 108 19681968-1972, SKR 95 19681968-1969, SKR 82 19771977-1978, SKR 96 19781978-1978

Petya class Frigate 35 (Mirka) class
Anti-sub corvette
[+] 35 Mirka I: PLK 39 1966:SKR 39 19641964-1990, PLK 20 1966:SKR 20 19641964-1989, PLK 7 1966:SKR 7 19641964-1987, PLK 32 1966:SKR 32 196541964-1989, PLK 44 1966:SKR 86 19641964-1990, PLK 49 1966:SKR 49 1968:Ivan Sladkov 19651965-1990, PLK 53 1966:SKR 53 19651965-1990, PLK 8 1966:SKR 24 19651965-1990, PLK 19 1966:SKR 19 19661966-1992
35M Mirka II: PLK 51 1966:SKR 84 19651965-1992, PLK 48 1966:SKR 48 19651965-1990, PLK 12 1966:SKR 12 19661966-1992, PLK 35 1966:SKR 35 1967:Gangutets 19661966-1990, PLK 55 1966:SKR 83 1980: 60 let Komsomola Belorussii 19661966-1991, PLK 6 1966:SKR 6 19661966-1990, PLK-13 1966:SKR13 19661966-1991, SKR 90 19671967-1990, SKR 117 19671967-1990

Mirka class 1970 (1/1250), Petya class Frigate

11356 Admiral Grigorovich (Krivak-V)
Admiral Grigorovich 2016-, Admiral Essen 2016-, Admiral Makarov 2017-, Admiral Butakov ca 2020. 2 more for India, some others to Russia then India

Admiral Grigorovich 11540 Yastreb: Neustrashimyy class
Neustrashimyy 1993, Yaroslav Mudry 2009

Yaroslav Mudry 2009 1139 Bora class
NATO: Dergach. Katamaran (Bodeneffekt)-Korvetten Bora 19871989/1997-heute, Samum 19912000-heute

Bora Project 1239

1244.1 Novik class
Frigate project 1997 laid down, never finished

Kit candidate: 12441 Novik by Kombrig

20380 Stereguschtschi-Klasse
Korvette. Steregushchiy 530, Soobrazitelnyy 531 (Pj 20381), Boikiy 532, Sovershennyy 333, Stoikiy 545, Gromkiy 335, Retiviy, Strogiy, Aldar Tsydenzhapov, Rezkiy

Soobrazitelny 2011, Project 20380 20385 Gremyashchy class
corvettes, development of Stereguschtschi class. Gremyashchy 2015, Provornyy 2016
Export variant is Project 20382 Tigr.

Gremyashchy 2016 20386 Merkuriy
developped from 20380, slightly larger, stealth. Merkuriy (ex-Derzky) 2021-

Derzkiy Project 20386 21630 Buyan class
corvette, ca 15 planned. 21630 Buyan class 2006-. 21631 Buyan-M 2014-&hellip, 21632 Tornado as export version for Kasachstan

Buyan-M P.21631 22350 Admiral Gorshkov class
2010- 20-30 ships planned. Admiral Flota Sowjetskogo Sojusa Gorschkow 2016, planned: Admiral Flota Kassatonow, Admiral Golowko, Admiral Issakow
Follow-up larger version planned as 22350M will not be built (307)

Admiral Gorshkov 2016 22800 Karakurt class
rocket corvette, in service 2018&hellip
Launched: Uragan (251), Taifun (252), Shkval (253),
Under construction: Shtorm (254), Burya (257), Okhotsk (255), Vikhr (256), Musson, Passat,
Ordered / planned: Tsiklon, Briz, Tornado, Smerch (Karakurt), Veter, Burun, Priliv, Priboj

Karakurt class 22800 23550 Ivan Paparin class
OPV Ivan Papanin ca 2023-, Nikolay Zubov ca 2024-, also 2 for Russia Coast Guard&hellip.

Ivan Paparin 23550

River Monitors

Kit candidate: Novgorod by Samek and by SS-Model

Vitse-admiral Popov
Popovka, larger than Novgorod

Kit candidate: Novgorod by Samek and by SS-Model similar


KARP class
1907 French design, built in Germany. U1 was deviated from, but faster built.

Similar type SMS U5 1914 L-55
Built 1918 Former British submarine L55, attacked by Russian destroyers Azard and Gavriil, mined when dived and sunk 4/6/1919. She was salvaged in 1928, repaired and commissioned by Red Fleet 1933

Similar type U-Boot SU Type L (L3) (1941/3), Similar type Ro-60 IJN 1941 ex Sub No 59 (1/1250), Similar type Ro-57 IJN ex Sub No 46, Similar type Nebojsa 1927 (1/1250) LENINETS class Minelaying Boats
Build in Series II, XI, XIII, XIII-bis
II (1933): L-1-6

XI (1936-38): L-10-12,L-7-9

XIII (1938-39): L-13-19

XIII-bis (1941-43): L-20-25

U-Boot SU Type L (L3) (1941/3) SHCHUKA class
Built in series III, V, V-bis, V-bis-2, X, X-bis.
Nrs dependent on the fleet. 1XX-Pacific fleet, 2XX-Black sea fleet, 3XX-Baltic fleet and 4XX-North fleet.
III (1933): Shch-301-304

V (1933-34 Karas Group): Shch-101,102,104-112

V-bis (1934-35 Sterlyad Group): Shch-113-120,201-203,305,308

V-bis-2 (1935-36): Shch-121-125,204-207,306-311

X (1936-39): Shch-126-134,208-215,317-324,401-404,421-424

X-bis (1941-1946): Shch-135-138,216,405-408,411,412,(413,414)

U-Boot SU Type X Shch-126 SHCHUKA,
Kit candidate: Kombrig Shch series III,
Kit candidate: Kombrig Shch series Vbis, Vbis2 S-class
S-class groups IX, IX-bis, IX-bis-2. Built 1936 - 1938 same origin as German IX (314) (315) . First prototype was submarino E-1, designed in Spain by NL company IvS, a daughter of German AG Weser with elements of WWI design UG (UBIII-based) and Finnish-German developments of type Vetehinen. E-1 was bought by Turkey as Gür. E-1 and E-2 were prototype of German IA class and SU Type S (Group IX)
IX (1936-38):S-1-S-3

IX-bis (1939-48): S-4-13,27-38,45-46,51-56,101-102

IX-bis-2 (1942 - 1948):S-14-26,39,103-104

S-13 (1945) KALEV class
Built 1937 / 1940 Former Estonian Kalev and Lembit, minelaying boats

Kalev EML V-2 class / HMS U class
Built 1942 / 1944 V-2 (ex-Unbroken, ex-P42), V-3 (ex-Unison, ex-P43), V-4 (ex-Ursula)

U-Boot SU Type V (V2 ex ex HMS Unbroken P42 U-class Group 2) TS-1
Built 1943 / 1944 Former Romanian Requinul

Similar type Vetehinen TS-2
Built 1943 / 1944 Former Romanian Marsuinul

Similar type Vetehinen TM-4 midget class
Built 1941 / 1944 1944 capt. Ex Romania ex Italy CB1-4

CB Midget Sub (1/600) N-31 / German XXIII
Built 1945 / 1946

U-Boot Typ XXIII (1/72), U-Boot Typ XXIII, Similar type U-Boot Hai S-170, Similar type U-Boot Hecht S-171 I-41 / Flutto/Tritone class 1 series
Built 1943 / 1949 ex Italian Marea

SMG Tritone class / Flutto class B-61 class (project 611) NATO:Zulu
Built 1953 - 1958

Similar type Foxtrot class Pj641 K-3 Kit nuclear powered attack (project 627) NATO:November
Built 1958,1959 - 1964

November class Pj 627A Kit Project 628 experimental
Design 1953 cruise missiles 10KhN (10XN) on base of V-1 on a XIV series K-Class

U-Boot Project 628 mit V-1 (1/350) K-19 nuclear powered ballistic missile class (project 658, 701) NATO:Hotel
Built 1960 - 1962

Hotel III Pj 701 K-145 K-27 nuclear powered attack (project 645)
Built 1963, modernized 627 November

Similar type November class Pj 627A Kit K-45 nuclear powered cruise missile class (project 659) NATO:Echo
Built 1961 - 1963

Echo class Pj 659

K-156 cruise missile class (project 651) NATO:Juliett
Built 1963 - 1968

Kit candidate: Juliet by OKB

K-166 nuclear powered cruise missile class (project 675) NATO:Echo II
Built 1963 - 1968

Echo class Pj 659 K-137 Gruscha&hellip nuclear powered ballistic missile class (project 667. ) NATO:Yankee, Delta
Built 1967 - 1990


K-43 Skat nuclear powered cruise missile class (project 670) NATO:Charlie
Built 1967 - 1980

Kit candidate: Charlie by OKB

K-38 nuclear powered attack class (project 671) NATO Victor I-III
Built 1967 - 1992, some used still today

Victor III K-162 Antschar nuclear powered cruise missile (project 661) NATO:Papa
Built 1969

Papa K-162 Pj.661 1969 K-64 Lira nuclear powered attack class (project 705) NATO:Alfa
Built 1971-1981

Alfa class U-Boot K-525 Granit nuclear powered cruise missile class (project 949) NATO:Oscar, 949A Antey / Oscar II
Built 1980 - 1996

Oscar II class, Oscar class

K-278 nuclear powered attack (project 685) NATO:Mike
Built 1983

Kit candidate: 685 Mike by OKB

TK-208 Akula nuclear powered ballistic missile class (project 941) NATO:Typhoon
Built 1981 - 1989

Typhoon / Akula Class, Typhoon / Akula Sub in Eisfeld K-239 Barracuda nuclear powered attack class (project 945) NATO:Sierra
Built 1984 - 1993

Sierra class 945 K-284 Schtschuka-B nuclear powered attack class (project 971) NATO:Akula
Built 1984 - 1995

Akula Class Shchuka-B

Pj 1710 Mackrel NATO:Beluga
Built 1986 single boat S-553 Forel

Kit candidate: Beluga by OKB

K-157 VEPR' nuclear powered attack class (project 0971U Akula II)
Built 1995-2001

Similar type Akula Class Shchuka-B K-152 NERPA nuclear powered attack (project 971I) NATO:Improved Akula
Built 2009

Similar type Akula Class Shchuka-B B-585 SANKT-PETERBURG / Amur class (project 677) NATO:Lada
Built -2010

Lada class Pj 677 K-535 YURIY DOLGORUKIY nuclear powered ballistic missile class (project 955 Borei)
Built 2012-2014

Borei class Pj955 K-560 Yasen nuclear powered multipurpose (project 0885) NATO: (Faulty:Graney)
Severodvinsk 2014-, K-561 Kazan 2021-

Yasen class Pj885 KS-329 BELGOROD special weapon (project 09852)
on base of 949A Antey / Oscar II. Able to carry midget subs and Poseidon weapon

Similar type Oscar II class


Kolchida / Pernac
Aviso, ex brit Yacht Tamara. Bought 1913. Used as communication ship in Black Sea. 1919 reconstructed as Minelayer Pernac

Kolchida / Pernac 1913 Augusta Victoria-Klasse
1904 4 deutsche Liner erworben als Hilfskreuzer. Aus der Augusta Victoria-Klasse:
Kuban ex Augusta Victoria (Handelskreuzer um Japan während Tsushima-Schlacht) -1907,
Terek ex Columbia,
etwas größer
Don ex Fürst Bismarck

SS Columbia 1889 / Rapido / Terek Flüsse-Klasse
Driester ex German Lahn Spähschiff, Ural ex Kaiserin Maria Theresia ex Spree. Sunk at Tsushima

Similar type SS Columbia 1889 / Rapido / Terek as Ural, Meteoro Yermak
Icebreaker 1898-1964

Jermak (1/1250),
Kit candidate: Yermak by Kombrig, by WTJ Chrabry 1884 class
Krassnoje Snamja (Krasnoye Znamya) ex Chrabry / Khrabri, &hellip

Krassnoje Snamja ex Chrabry 1941 (1/1250), Khrabri 1897 Amur class 1905
Minelayer Amur, Yenisei 1905-1941, only slightly modified of 1st Amur

Amur Marti Minelayer
1896 in service as Imperial Yacht Standart. renamed 18 marta after revolution, and then to Marti. 1932-36 conversion to Minelayer. After war training ship. 1957 named Oka. Scrapped 1963

Marti 1936 (1/1250), Marti 1936

Don Minelayer
Do ex rumän. Amiral Murgescu 1939-47

Kit candidate: Don or Amiral Murgescu by COB on Shapeways, to be scaled

Kars class
1909-1959 gunboats, 1st surface water ships with Diesel. Kars/Lenin/PKZ-100, Ardagan/Trotski/Krasny Azerbaidzhan/PKZ-101

Lenin 1942

Not assigned

Flight Operation Support Ship



Pauk class 1241.2 Molniya-2
Patrol Corvette Version der Tarantul-Klasse

Pauk class 1241.2 Molniya-2


Minesweeper (possibly escort/gunboat)

Project 59

Vasiliy Gromov T-254 (1/1250)

Small combattants

Komar Pj183 / ref:single:183R Komar / Project 183
Rocket Boat

Project 183P / P-6, P-4 MTB, 183R Komar,
Komar mit SS-N-2 Styx,
Komar 1962 (1/1250),
P-4 MTB (1/600),
P-6 MTB (1/600)


Sailing Ship

USS Yarnall (DD-143) at sea, 1919-22 - History

Specifications: Displacement 11,600 t.(lt) Length 655' Beam 86' Draft 35' Speed 20kts Complement 324 Armament, one single 5"/38 dual purpose gun mount, four twin 3"/50 gun mounts, .50 cal. machine guns Propuslion, steam turbine.

Neosho, first of a class designed to combine speed and large cargo capacity for underway replenishment, reported at Norfolk for duty in the Atlantic Fleet 8 December 1954. A unit of SERVLANT, she operated along the East Coast and in the Caribbean until 7 September 1955, when she got underway for her first Mediterranean deployment. Since that initial deployment, Neosho rotated regularly between the 6th and 2nd Fleets.

By 1967 she had taken part in over 2,500 replenishments to transfer more than 640 million gallons of petroleum products under both normal and crisis operational conditions. In the fall of 1956, during her second 6th Fleet deployment, she supported units of that fleet as they stood by in case they were called on to intervene in the Suez War and the tense period which followed.

In the fall of 1962 she provided logistical support to the ships enforcing the Naval Quarantine of Cuba, and, less than three years later, in 1965, serviced Atlantic Fleet ships as the stood by off Hispanola during the political turmoil festering in the Dominican Republic.

As calendar year 1978 began, U.S.S. Neosho was in a holiday leave and upkeep period, moored at Naval Station, Norfolk, VA., in a RAV status with Norfolk Shipbuilding and Drydock, Inc.

The RAV was successful in correcting many long-standing deficiencies in the engineering plant. Additional problems with the low pressure drains occurred on 2 January, but were repaired within two days.

On 5 January a conference was held on board U.S.S. Vulcan (AR-5), commander Service Group Two's flagship, to formulate plans for Neosho's decommissioning and transfer to the Military Sealift Command. With a tentative transfer schedule worked out, attention again shifted to the engineering plant.

With the plant in order, it became possible to operate the ship's generators for the first time in several months. Testing of the generators revealed severe adjustment problems with the governors controlling the steam turbines which powered the generators. Technical representatives from Naval Sea System Command were called in, but they were unable to adjust the governors without paralleling the generators they would be unable to properly power the ship for underway operations.

After spending most of January trying differing adjustments to the generators and governors, it was decided to send the governors back to the manufacturer for overhaul. During the week of 24 January the governors were removed and sent to the manufacturer's plant.

The tortous rate of progress made with the generators was not indicative of activity elsewhere aboard. On January repairs and tests were completed to rig 11, which had been badly damaged during South American operations in 1977.

By the time February was half over, the generator governors had been returned. After reinstallation, operational testing of the generators began. By the end of the month, the generators had been paralleled and were supporting the ship's electrical load.

With the last major obstacle surmounted, Neosho was ready to go to sea. On 1 March the ship shifted from Norfolk Naval Station to Craney Island Fuel Terminal in order to onload DFM and JP-5.

On 2 March the ship got underway from Craney Island, behind schedule due to problems with the steering gear. Rather than go to sea with unreliable steering, Neosho moored at Norfolk Naval Station until repairs could be effected. Upon correction of the steering problem later that day, the ship sailed on overnight sea trials. No problems were experienced, and Neosho returned to port the next day.

After a weekend in port, Neosho again sailed on 7 March, this time in support of SUBASWEX 3-78. Few underway replenishments were scheduled, and the tedium of the cruise was relieved by a port visit to Bermuda from 22 March to 25 March. On the afternoon of 26 March 1978, Neosho received alongside and refueled her last customer ship as a United States oiler. The distinction went to the U.S.S. Caron (DD 970).

Neosho arrived back in Norfolk on 28 March, and anchored in an ammunition anchorage. Preparations for decommissioning and transfer to the Military Sealift Command went into full swing the next day when all ammunition and pyrotechnics remaining on board were off-loaded onto barges from the ammunition depot at Yorktown. On 30 March, the ship weighed anchor and moved to the Craney Island Fuel Terminal.

Off-loading of cargo fuel was begun on 3 April, almost immediately, unfortunately problems developed. Many of the liquid cargo valves, which had not received maintenance since the last overhaul in 1970, would not seal properly, and it became necessary to use air-powered pumps to empty several of the tanks. On 7 April, tank mucking (a process of shovelling and wiping up the sludge at the bottom of the tank) commenced with a JP-5 tank.

By 10 April tank mucking had begun in earnest, but was nearly a week behind schedule. However, by utilizing all available personnel and by using firehoses to wash sludge into pockets where it could be pumped out, the men in the tanks made up the lost time and finished all mucking on time on 18 April. On 19 April Neosho shifted berths back to Norfolk Naval Station. The next day an independent industrial chemist inspected the ship and found her not to be gas-free as required. On 21 April fuel lines and hoses which contained fuel fumes were flushed with water, and several tanks were prepared for recleaning.

While attempts to gas-free the ship continued, Military Sealift Command sent representatives to the ship to thoroughly load test all replenishment rigging. On 24 Arpil mount 31 was removed from the ship, followed by mount 36 the next day, thereby achieving a major step in the demilitarization.

During the week of 1 May 1978, representatives of the Naval Air Engineering Center at Lakehurst, New Jersey inspected the ship's helicopter facility in order to determine what work needed to be done during the upcoming overhaul and conversion.

Meanwhile, the continuing attempts to certify the ship as gas-free, "safe for hot work," were meeting with little success and it was decided that a return to Craney Island was necessary in order to thoroughly complete the process. The ship proceeded to Craney Island on the morning of 5 May, and work begun immediately. By this time, many of Neosho's crewmen had been transferred in anticipation of de-commissioning, so the work which fell to those who remained aboard required an all-out, all hands effort.

The crew responded to the challenge and after much hard work, the ship was certified gas-free to the satisfaction of the Military Sealift Command, and sailed for Bayonne, New Jersey on the morning of 17 May. Throughout the period at Craney Island, decommissioning preparations continued, and large quantities of material which would not be required by MSC were transferred. Upon arrival in Bayonne on 18 May, the major work project became the preparation of the ship for the turnover ceremony scheduled for 25 May.

Since the period originally allocated for this purpose had been absorbed by the additional unscheduled tank cleaning efforts, all hands were again called upon to assist in the difficult task of repairing the ship for the ceremony in the less than a weeks' time. The response was as had come to be expected from the Neosho crew and on 25 May, the ship stood sharp in appearance and ready to assume her new role.

USS Yarnall (DD-143) at sea, 1919-22 - History

0000 Steaming in TU 50.8.7. CTU in USS Atlanta CL-104. Guide is USS Nantahala AO-60 . Fleet course is 326 ° T. Speed 11.5
0521 Sunrise. Lighted Ship. 0800 changed speed to 12 knots.
1200 Crewman suffered heat cramps in fire room. Treated in sick bay.
1812 Darkened Ship. sounded dusk alert. 2000 Changed course to 328 ° T.

0000 Steaming in Task Group 50.8 CYG in USS Detroit CL-8. Fleet course is 092 °T. Ship is darkened.
0500 Sounded dawn alarm. 0544 Changed course to 000 ° T. 0631 Changed course to 090 ° T. AK-230 is guide.
0930 Commenced exercising at aircraft tracking and emergency maneuvers. 1104 Exercises completed.
1515 Changed course to 030 ° T. 1519 Changed course to 090 ° T. 1658 Changed course to 000 ° T.
1705 Changed course to 285 ° T. 1710 USS Lassen AE-3 designated guide.
1849 Sunset. Ship darkened. 1942 Changed course to 280 ° T.

Forces At Other Locations In The Philippine Islands

Heavy Cruiser
CA-30 Houston, Iloilo PI

Light Cruiser
CL-47 Boise, Cebu, PI
Note Boise Belonged to the Pacific Fleet,
She had recently escorted a reinforcement convoy to the Philippines and was "Drafted" into the Asiatic Fleet.

SS-141, S-36, on patrol off Lingayen, PI
SS-144, S-39, on patrol off Sarosogon Bay, Luzon PI

Seaplane Tenders
AVD-7 William B. Preston, Davao, PI
AVP-2 Huron, Palawan, PI

Excerpt from “The Last Gun Ship – History of USS Mullinnix DD-944” – A Historical Novel by Frank A. Wood

0900 20 October: ExComm finalizes the planning for the implementation of a naval blockade. Sorensen’s draft speech for the president is amended and approved. As McNamara leaves the room, he phones the Pentagon and orders four tactical squadrons to be readied for a possible airstrike on Cuba. He explains, “If the president doesn’t accept our recommendation, there won’t be time to do it later.”

20 October: The USS Charles P. Cecil DDR-835 receives word to get underway in the afternoon. The Cecil had two of three duty sections on liberty, causing the ship to be shorthanded. The Norfolk shore patrol locate Cecil’s CO Rozier having lunch with his family at Fat Boy’s North Carolina Pit Barbecue, notifying him to report to the squadron commodore at D&S Piers. Commander Destroyer Squadron 26, Captain William Hunnicutt, after discussion with the commanding officers, agreed that USS Charles P. Cecil DDR-835 and USS Stickell DDR-888, should sail for combat operations with no fewer than 225 men on board. The Stickell departs at 8:30 P.M. with only 150 of her crew aboard. Cecil gets underway shortly after with 200 and a mixed group of 100 men borrowed from other ships, 25 for the Cecil and 75 to be transferred to the Stickell upon rendezvous later.

21 October: USS Cecil gets underway at 0200. The crew has no idea where they are headed (the oral orders were turn south and sail…).

21 October: Despite all precautions, several newspapers have pieced together most of the details of the crisis. The president is notified that security is crumbling. Kennedy contacts the New York Times, the Washington Post, and the New York Herald Tribune, all agree to hold their stories.

1900 22 October: The DEFCON 3 notice is sent to US forces worldwide. Admiral Tyree detaches Mullinnix for El Callao, leaving Captain R. Maza, Peruvian Task Force Commander, in charge of the remaining ships. Within a few hours the COMSOLANT staff was en route to its shore-based headquarters in Trinidad in planes from the Unitas air detachment.

Mullinnix sights Pta Arvejas Light bearing 041, distance 23 miles at 2330.

ICBM missile crews are alerted and Polaris nuclear submarines in port are dispatched to pre-assigned stations at sea.

1900 22 October: In a 17-minute televised speech of extraordinary gravity, President John F. Kennedy announced that U.S. spy planes have discovered Soviet missile bases in Cuba. These missile sites—under construction but nearing completion—housed medium-range missiles capable of striking a number of major cities in the United States, including Washington, D.C. Kennedy announced that he was ordering a naval “quarantine” (choosing not to use the word ‘blockade’) of Cuba to prevent Soviet ships from transporting any more offensive weapons to the island and explained that the United States would not tolerate the existence of the missile sites currently in place.

USS Cecil is east-northeast of the Bahamas, all hands listen to President Kennedy’s speech over the 1MC.

Kennedy states, “The United States will regard any nuclear missile launched from Cuba against any nation in the Western Hemisphere as an attack by the Soviet Union on the United States, requiring a full retaliatory response against the Soviet Union.”

Khrushchev responds to the speech by “issuing orders to the captains of Soviet ships…approaching the blockade zone to ignore it and to hold course for the Cuban ports.” (Note: Khrushchev’s order was reversed at the prompting of Anastas Mikoyan as the Soviet ships approached the quarantine line on the morning of 24 October)

During the president’s speech, twenty-two interceptor aircraft go airborne in the event the Cuban government reacts militarily.

2000 22 October: Secretary Rusk speaks to a meeting of all other ambassadors in Washington. Rusk tells the group, “I would not be candid and I would not be fair with you if I did not say that we are in as grave a crisis as mankind has been in.”

Carrier USS Dwight D. Eisenhower Underway Ahead of Double-Pump Deployment

Capt. Kyle Higgins, commanding officer of the Nimitz-class aircraft carrier USS Dwight D. Eisenhower (CVN 69), flies an F/A-18F Super Hornet, attached to the “Fighting Swordsmen” of Strike Fighter Squadron (VFA) 32 on Dec. 9, 2020. US Navy Photo

This post has been updated to correct the airwing that’s deploying aboard USS Dwight D. Eisenhower. Carrier Air Wing 3 is deploying with the carrier.

Carrier USS Dwight D. Eisenhower (CVN-69) left Naval Station Norfolk, Va., Tuesday morning for a training exercise ahead of a deployment, a Navy official confirmed to USNI News.

The carrier and its escorts are expected to complete a composite training unit exercise (COMPTUEX) off the East Coast ahead of a deployment – likely to the Middle East to relieve the Nimitz carrier strike group. A U.S. 2nd Fleet spokesperson would not confirm the destination of the IKE Strike Group, however, Chief of Naval Operations Adm. Mike Gilday said earlier this week that the Navy will likely continue its constant carrier presence in U.S. Central Command for the foreseeable future. The IKE CSG is the most likely candidate to head to the region, USNI News understands.

“The Dwight D. Eisenhower Strike Group is underway in the Atlantic conducting operations, demonstrating the inherent flexibility of the naval force,” 2nd Fleet spokesperson Cmdr. Ashley Hockycko told USNI News on Tuesday. “IKECSG is conducting training to integrate all the assets of the strike group, test their ability to carry out maritime operations, and ensure they remain prepared and ready for any tasking.”

The start of the deployment is the second within a year for the carrier. Last month, the Theodore Roosevelt Carrier Strike Group left San Diego for its own second deployment within a year. Unlike the Theodore Roosevelt CSG, Eisenhower will deploy under the leadership of a different carrier strike group and an almost entirely new set of escorts, USNI News has learned.

Carrier Air Wing 3 will deploy on Eisenhower, along with Destroyer Squadron 22 all part of Carrier Strike Group 2. On its last deployment, Eisenhower deployed with DESRON 28, and CVW 3 as part of CSG 10.

The ships that will deploy with Eisenhower are guided-missile cruisers USS Monterey (CG-61) and USS Vella Gulf (CG-72). Norfolk-based guided-missile destroyers USS Mahan (DDG-72), USS Mitscher (DDG-57) and USS Laboon (DDG-58), and Mayport, Fla.,-based USS Thomas Hudner (DDG-116) will also deploy. Only Vella Gulf had deployed with Eisenhower last year.

Swapping the escorts and changing the units embarked on the carrier are designed to take some of the strain out of a double-pump deployment for the East Coast sailors, two Navy officials told USNI News. Eisenhower spent seven straight months at sea last year without touching land and primarily operating in the North Arabian Sea before returning to Norfolk, Va., in August.

The double-pump deployments of both TR and Eisenhower highlight the ongoing strain of the carrier force that saw deployments at a five-year high in 2020.

An F/A-18E Super Hornet, attached to the ‘Wildcats’ of Strike Fighter Squadron (VFA) 131, launches from the flight deck aboard the Nimitz-class aircraft carrier USS Dwight D. Eisenhower (CVN-69) on Oct. 1, 2020. US Navy Photo

The following are the components of the Eisenhower CSG.

Carrier Strike Group 2
Norfolk-based CSG 2 commands the Dwight D. Eisenhower CSG and is embarked on the carrier.

Aircraft carrier
USS Dwight D. Eisenhower (CVN-69), homeported in Norfolk, Va.

Carrier Air Wing 3
Carrier Air Wing 3, based at Naval Air Station Oceana, Va., is embarked aboard Dwight D. Eisenhower and includes a total of nine squadrons and detachments:

  • The “Fighting Swordsmen” of VFA-32 – Strike Fighter Squadron (VFA) – from Naval Air Station Oceana, Va.
  • The “Gunslingers” of VFA-105 from Naval Air Station Oceana, Va.
  • The “Wildcats” of VFA-131 from Naval Air Station Oceana, Va.
  • The “Rampagers” of VFA-83 from Naval Air Station Oceana, Va.
  • The “Zappers” of VAQ-130 – Electronic Attack Squadron (VAQ) – from Naval Air Station Whidbey Island – Wash.
  • The “Screwtops” of VAW-123 – Carrier Airborne Early Warning Squadron (VAW) – from Naval Station Norfolk, Va.
  • The “Rawhides” of VRC-40 – Detachment – Fleet Logistics Support Squadron (VRC) – from Naval Station Norfolk, Va.
  • The “Dusty Dogs” of HSC-7 – Helicopter Sea Combat Squadron (HSC) – from Naval Station Norfolk, Va.
  • The “Swamp Foxes” of HSM-74 – Helicopter Maritime Strike Squadron (HSM) – from Naval Air Station Jacksonville, Fla.

USS Vella Gulf (CG-72), homeported in Norfolk, Va.
USS Monterey (CG-61), homeported in Norfolk, Va.

Destroyer Squadron 22
Destroyer Squadron 22 is based at Norfolk, and its leaders are embarked on Eisenhower.


Ескадреними міноносцями типу «Таун» у Великій Британії стали називати кораблі трьох типів, що надійшли до складу Королівського флоту, на основі так званого Договору «Есмінці в обмін на бази» (англ. Destroyers for Bases Agreement). Договір підписаний 2 вересня 1940 року Президентом США Ф.Рузвельтом та прем'єр-міністром Великої Британії В.Черчиллем мав термін дії 100 років і мав за умови використання американським флотом військово-морських баз американськими військовими в басейні Карибського моря. Усі 50 есмінців не входили до програми славетного ленд-лізу.

Кораблі були взяти під контроль британськими моряками на американських військових база та зазнали певних змін в оснащенні у відповідності до стандартів Королівського флоту. Більш глибоку модернізацію та відновлення вони зазнали по прибуттю до верфей Великої Британії. Частка есмінців, що призначалась для Канадських ВМС прибула до канадських портів відповідно і також зазнала процесу модернізації та удосконалення.

Есмінець HMS «Кемпбелтаун» став однім з найславетніших кораблів типу «Таун», взявши участь у легендарному рейді британських командос на французький порт Сен-Назер — операції «Колісниця». Корабель, начинений 4 тоннами вибухівки з розгону врізався у ворота потужного Нормандського сухого доку. Вибуховий пристрій, встановлений на сповільнене підривання, вибухнув того ж дня, вщент зруйнувавши обладнання доку нацистів і унеможливив його відновлення до кінця Другої світової війни. Під час вибуху загинуло 250 німецьких вояків та французьких цивільних — працівників доків.

Переважна більшість есмінців типу «Таун» виконувала завдання з протичовнової оборони союзних конвоїв в Атлантиці та у північних морях.

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