Russian Navy – Landing Ships

Russian Landing Ships

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Ivan Gren Class / Project 11711 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 / Project 775 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 / Project 1174 Nosorog 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

Ivan Rogov class landing ship Fokino 2014.jpg

Polnocny class / Project 770-776 landing ship LOA 240′ TDISP 834′ (some sub-classes larger) (108 built since 1967, about about 35 still active)

Polnocny B type Project 771 (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

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