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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 Novorossiysk (1982-1993)
TAKR Novorossiysk Type: Heavy aircraft carrying cruisers
Class: Project 1143 Kiev
Displacement: 31900-43710
Aircraft capacity: 18+18
Fate: scrapped
  • In 1978 she was launched at Nikolayev, Black Sea.
  • In November 1982 she was commissioned to the Pacific Fleet.
  • In May-June 1983 she sailed to Severomorsk, Barents Sea.
  • In Summer 1983 she took part in exercises of the Northern Fleet.
  • In October 1983 - February 1984 she sailed (around Europe, Africa, Asia) to Vladivostok, Far East.
  • In 1984-1985 she took part in several exercises of Pacific Fleet.
  • In 1986 she was repaired in Vladivostok.
  • In 1988 she visited Wonsan, North Korea.
  • In 1988-1990 she has middle repairing in Vladivostok.
  • In May 1991 she made last cruise. Due to lake of funds she was laid up at Sovetskya bay.
  • In 1993 she was decommissioned.
  • In 1994 she was sold as scrap to South Korea and in January 1996 towed to Pusan.
  • There are reports that at the present time a ship has already scrapped.


    Aircraft:
    USSR/Russia
          Yakovlev Yak-36/Yak-38 Freehand/Forger [ 3 ].

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