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TPH-200107 Typhoon N7 2001 magazine

Typhoon TPH-200107 Typhoon N7 2001 magazine
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TPH-200107 Typhoon N7 2001 magazine

List of Contents
Unique Catamaran Rescue Ship SPS "Communa"
Postwar Modernization and Re-equipment of Project 7 and 7U Destroyers
Russian Imperial Navy and Aviation
Narrative about Service on MTSH "Desantnik" by Rear-Admiral V. A. Vlasov
Recollections of the Commander of the Mediterranean Fleet
48 pages, 60 photographs, 6 drawings
Drawings of SPS "Communa", artillery complex AK-176-MP-123/76, 30mm six barrels automated cannon AK-630M, MP-123

Illustrations
1. PKA "Metalowiec" of 1241 RE design, Polish Navy, Baltijsk, July 17, 2001.
2. Rescue Ship "Lech" of Design 570, Polish Navy, Baltijsk, July 17, 2001.
3. PTS "Pavel Vereshagin". Vladivostok, Ocotber 19, 2000. (Photograph by V. N. Muratov)
4. MPK "Brest" (former MPK-194) of 1124M Project. Severomorsk, April 2001 (photograph by A. B. Averin)
5. SPS "Communa". Sevastopol 1999. (photograph by I. V. Borodulin)