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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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BDK Ivan Rogov (1978-1996)
BDK Ivan Rogov Type: Large landing ships
Class: Project 1174 Ivan Rogov
Displacement: 8260-14060
Aircraft capacity: 4
Fate: scrapped
  • In 1973 she was laid down in Kaliningrad, Baltic.
  • In 1978 she was commissioned to Pacific Fleet. She carried 4 Ka-29 helicopters.
  • In February-July 1979 she together with TAKR Minsk sailed to Valdivostov, Far East around Africa and Asia. They visited Luanda (Angola), Maputo (Mozambique), Port-Louis (Mauritius) and Aden (PDRY Yemen). separate landing division of Northern Fleet.
  • In 1982-1985 she overhauled in Kaliningrad.
  • From the middle of 1980's she took part in many training tours.
  • In 1996 she was decommissioned and scrapped.

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