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World Navies Today - Russian General Support Auxiliaries

World Navies Today - Russian General Support Auxiliaries

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World Navies Today:Russian General Support Auxiliaries
Revised 18 October 2001Version 1.02Compiled and Maintained by:Andrew ToppanWorld Navies Today Main Page:http://www.hazegray.org/worldnav/ 
 
This list includes all general support auxiliaries: logistics, trials & experimental,electronic surveillance, survey & research, and miscellaneous support ships over 500 tonsdisplacement.Ships not yet commissioned, or in long-term overhaul/conversion, are listed in
italics
.Navigation and surface-search radars are
not
listed. All classifications are purelyunofficial and are based on an attempt to use standard classifications throughout allnavies; they may or may not correspond to "official" designations.
State of the Russian Fleet:
Due to continued political, economic and societal chaos inRussia, the Fleet is in a badly deteriorated state. Even those ships that remain incommission and theoretically operational are generally unable to deploy, due to lack of trained crews and lack of funds to buy fuel and stores. In general maintenance is minimalor nonexistent, and there are no funds to conduct much-needed overhauls, even for majorfleet units. Many ships have been abandoned when repairs or refits came due.This list identifies those units believed to remain operational, but most of these units areunable to deploy for the reasons cited above. Ships in refit are listed only when there is areasonable chance of them returning to service. Ships laid up pending refit generally arelisted, as they could return to service if funding became available.Many ships, especially auxiliaries, have been operating in commercial or charter freightorpassenger service to raise operating funds. These are listed as active units, as theycould rapidly return to naval roles if required.
Fleets:
The following abbreviations are used to indicate fleet assignements:
NOR
: Northern Fleet, headquarters at Severomorsk.
PAC
: Pacific Fleet, headquarters at Vladivostok.
BLK
: Black Sea Fleet, headquarters at Sevastopol.
BALT
: Baltic Sea Fleet, headquarters at Kaliningrad.
CASP
: Caspian Flotilla.
RIV
: Units assigned to service on inland rivers.
 
Electronic Surveillance Ships
 Belomor'ye
(
 Lira
 /'Balzam' class) electronic surveillanceship (1 ship)(Project 1826)
Displacement:
4,900 tons full load
Dimensions:
105 x 15.5 x 5 meters/344.5 x 50.8 x 16.4 feet
Propulsion:
2 diesels, 2 shafts, 9,000 bhp, 20 knots
Crew:
220
Sonar:
hull mounted MF, HF dipping, possible passive arrays
EW:
Intercept arrays
Armament:
1 30 mm AA, 2 SA-N-5/8 SAM positions
Concept/Program:
The first, and the largest, purpose-built ELINT ships. Equipped forUNREP. Carry SSV (Communications Vessel) numbers.
Classification:
Probably
Bol'shoy Razvedyatel'niye Korabl' 
(BRK); Large IntelligenceShip.
Builders:
Yantar Zavod 820, Kaliningrad.
Disposals/Reserve:
Class leadship
Lira
stricken 1998;
Aziya
and
Pribaltika
in reserve.
Number Name Year FLT Homeport Notes
SSV-571 Belomor'ye 1986 NOR
 Primor'ye
class electronic surveillance ships (2 ships)(Project 394B)
Displacement:
4,340 tons full load
Dimensions:
84.6 x 14 x 7.2 meters/277.6 x 45.9 x 23.6 feet
Propulsion:
2 diesels, 1 shaft, 2,000 bhp, 12.5 knots
Crew:
150
Radar:
Mad Hack planar array in SSV-501
Sonar:
Bronza array
EW:
Intercept arrays
Armament:
SA-N-5/8 SAM positions
Concept/Program:
Large ELINT ships converted from sternhaulfactory trawlers. CarrySSV (Communications Vessel) numbers.

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