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 |- Anti-submarine warfare helicopter cruisers
 |--- class Project 1123 Moskva
 |        PKR Leningrad
 |        PKR Moskva
 |- Heavy aircraft carrying cruisers
 |--- class Project 1143 Kiev
 |        TAKR Kiev
 |        TAKR Minsk
 |        TAKR Novorossiysk
 |--- class Project 1143.5/6
 |        TAKR Admiral Kuznetsov
 |        TAKR Varyag
 |--- class Project 1143.4
 |        TAKR Admiral Gorshkov
 |        TAKR Baku
 |- Seaplane tender barges
 |        Kommuna
 |- Large landing ships
 |--- class Project 1174 Ivan Rogov
 |        BDK Aleksandr Nikolaev
 |        BDK Ivan Rogov
 |        BDK Mitrofan Moskalenko
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TAKR Admiral Kuznetsov (1991-....)
TAKR Admiral Kuznetsov Type: Heavy aircraft carrying cruisers
Class: Project 1143.5/6
Other names: TAKR Tbilisi, Soviet Union, Riga, Leonid Brezhnev
Displacement: 60000
Aircraft capacity: 52
Fate: in service
  • She was the first Soviet aircraft carrier allow to serve fixed wings aircraft.
  • She was launched in 1982, during the construction she was renamed several times.
  • In 1987 she was renamed "Tbilisi".
  • In 1989-1990 she trained and tested at sea, included service of Su-25UTG, Su-27K, MiG-29K aircraft.
  • In October 1990 she was renamed "Admiral of the Fleet of the Soviet Union Nikolai Gerasimovich Kuznetsov.".
  • In January 1991 she was commissioned to the Northern Fleet.
  • In December 1991 after the USSR collapsed she secretly sailed deom Sevastopol, Ukraina to the North of Russia.
  • In 1992-1994 she trained and took part in many naval manoeuvres. She carried Su-33 fighters.
  • During the Winter 1994-1995 she was repaired.
  • During the 1995-1996 she has a tour to the Mediterranean Sea.
  • In 1996-1998 she has long repairing protracted due to lack of funds.
  • In 1998 she took part in the large exercises of the Northern Fleet.
  • In 2000 she took part in the exercises of the Northern Fleet when submarine "Kursk" sunk. She took part in the save and rescue operation.
  • In 2001-2004 she was repaired and modernized.
  • In 2004 she has a tour to the Northern Atlantic.
  • In 2005-2007 she still in service, made several raids in the year.
  • In the end of 2007 - beginning of 2008 she took part in the raid to the Mediterranean Sea.
  • Until end of 2008 she was under repair.
  • From the end pf 2008 - to the early 2009 she has tour to the Black Sea.
  • In February 2009 she with other Russian vessels was involved in a large oil spill while it refueled off the South Ireland. Russians disclaim any accusations.


    Aircraft:
    USSR/Russia
          Yakovlev Yak-36/Yak-38 Freehand/Forger [ 1 ];
          Kamov Ka-27/Ka-28 Helix [ 1 ];
          Mil Mi-8/Mi-17/Mi-18 Hip [ 4 ];
          Sukhoi Su-27/Su-30/Su-33/Su-35/Su-37 Flanker [ 8 9 ].

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