Russian Navy – Landing Ships

Russian Landing Ships

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Ivan Gren Class LOA 393′ TDISP 6,600 tons (2 active)Ivan Gren Class landing ships Baltiysk Black Sea 2018Ropucha and Ivan Gren landing ships Severomorsk 2019

Ropucha Class LOA 369′ TDISP 4,000 tons (15 active, 12 retired) – 2 slightly different variants.

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Ropucha class landing ship 1985 NARA: 330-CFD-DN-SC-97-00015
Rapucha landing ships Baltiysk Black Sea 2018
This capture shows both variants of Rapucha class.

Ivan Rogov Class Large Landing Ship LOA 515′ TDISP 14,000 tons (1 retired, 2 in reserve)

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Ivan Rogov class landing ship 1986 NARA: 330-CFD-DD-ST-86-06700

Mitrofan Moskalenko (1990-2002) laid up in Severomorsk until 2019 when it was sent to nearby Murmansk for dismantling, after a fire in 2017.Mitrofan Moskalenko Ivan Rogov class Murmansk 2019

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Polnocny class landing ship LOA 240′ TDISP 834′ (some sub-classes larger) (108 built since 1967, about about 35 still active)

Polnocny B type (3 in service with Vietnamese Navy, 3 in service with Syrian Navy)

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Polnocny Class landing ship, possibly in intelligence collection role, 1985 NARA: 330-CFD-DN-SN-87-00912

3 Polnocny-B Ho Chi Minh City 2019polnocny landing ship Tartus Syria 2018

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