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TPH-200204 Typhoon N4 2002 magazine

Typhoon TPH-200204 Typhoon N4 2002 magazine
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TPH-200204 Typhoon N4 2002 magazine

Content
The former Japanese ships as the part of the USSR Navy
Some of the history of the Naval artillery armament development (from ANIMI to 28th Naval NII (Research Institute)
The "Oberegauycshiy" destroyer
The Soviet ship-building industry (in 1937), dedicated to the 70th anniversary of TsNIIVK
The re-deployment of the Baltic Navy forces during the process of its reforming (1991 - 1994)
An order to surface on the North Pole
The passional of the underwater crashes. January, 25 of 1991
The "Eastern dockyard" shipyard
The RT-278 raid mine-sweeper, project 12592
About the service on B-881 of project #611
48 pages, 50 photos, the insert with the drawings of the Japanese "Akidzuki" destroyer

Illustrations
1. RT-278, project 12592 leaving Sevastopol, 2002 (Photo by A.G.Kouznetsov)
2. PM-56 entered Sevastopol(Photo by V.V.Kostrichenko)
3. The "Setun" cable ship. Sevastopol, September, 19 of 1997 (Photo by I.V. Borodylin)
4. The "Admiral Golovko" missile cruiser of project 58 near the Mine Wall. Sevastopol, October of 2002
5. PKZ-14 (ex-ship of "Angara" administration) and KIL-158. The Southern bay of Sevastopol, September of 1997 (Photo by I. Borodylin)
6. The "Bora" and "Samum" RKVP of project # 1239. The Northern bay of Sevastopol October of 2002 (Photo by I.V.Borodylin)
7. The "Bora" RKVP (Photo by I.V.Borodylin)
8. The 45-mm ship artillery mount SM-21-ZiF. Temruk, July of 2002 (photo by S.A.Bogatov)
9. The motor-torpedo boat of G-5 type
10. The "Alexander Shabalin" BDK, July of 1996
11. KIL-926 was bounding for Lomonosov, March of 1996 (photo by I.V.Borodylin)
12. The BT-51 of project #1265 that was built by "Eastern dockyard" in a parade line because of the Naval holiday. The Amur Gulf, July,23 of 1999 (Photo by V.N. Muratov)
13. The barrier of the durable deck-cabin of the submarine of project# 641, july of 1994. The submarines of that project on Baltic Sea were traditionally based on Liepayu and after the call off of the underwater forces from Baltic Republics region the submarines were relocated to Kronstadt