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Russian Warship Movements Through Turkish Straits (Part 12)

The Alligator class landing ship Nikolay Filchenkov passing through the Dardanelles. Photo: Ahmet Güven. Used with Permission.

The Alligator class landing ship Nikolay Filchenkov passing through the Dardanelles. Photo: Ahmet Güven. Used with Permission.

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The Alligator class landing ship Nikolay Filchenkov passing through the Dardanelles. Photo: Ahmet Güven. Used with Permission.

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The Ropucha class landing ship Azov  passing through the Dardanelles. Photo: Ahmet Güven. Used with Permission.

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The Ropucha class landing ship Azov passing through the Dardanelles. Photo: Ahmet Güven. Used with Permission.

Yesterday the two large amphibious ships of the Black Sea Fleet which took part in the operations in Eastern Mediterranean returned to the Black Sea today.

The Ropucha class 151 Azov and the Alligator class 152 Nikolay Filchenkov, passed through Dardanelles yesterday.

So this is the latest tally of Russian warship movements

Date Number Name Direction
27/12/12 151 Azov Southbound
27/12/12 152 Nikolay Filchenkov Southbound
01/01/13 142 Novocharkassk Southbound
09/01/13 152 Nikolay Filchenkov Northbound
09/01/13 151 Azov Northbound
12/01/13 142 Novocharkassk Northbound
14/01/13 102 Kaliningrad Northbound
14/01/13 110 Alexander Shabalin Northbound
16/01/13 151 Azov Southbound
04/02/13 151 Azov Northbound
04/02/13 150 Saratov Northbound
04/02/13 810 Smetlivy Northbound
04/02/13 Ivan Bubnov Northbound
05/02/13 110 Moskva Northbound
07/02/13 102 Kaliningrad Northbound
07/02/13 110 Alexander Shabalin Northbound
08/02/13 Kildin Northbound
20/02/13 102 Kaliningrad Southbound
20/02/13 110 Alexander Shabalin Southbound
25/03/13 102 Kaliningrad Northbound
25/03/13 110 Alexander Shabalin Northbound
11/04/13 102 Kaliningrad Southbound
11/04/13 110 Alexander Shabalin Southbound
14/04/13 151 Azov Southbound
26/04/13 PM-138 PM-138 Southbound
24/04/13 102 Kaliningrad Northbound
24/04/13 110 Alexander Shabalin Northbound
24/04/13 Dubna Northbound
30/04/13 102 Kaliningrad Southbound
05/05/13 PM-56 PM-56 Northbound
05/05/13 152 Nikolay Filchenkov Northbound
11/05/13 102 Kaliningrad Northbound
11/05/13 110 Alexander Shabalin Northbound
11/05/13 151 Azov Northbound
19/05/13 151 Azov Southbound
 /05/13 151 Nikolay Filchenkov Southbound
23/05/13 077 Peresvet Northbound
23/05/13 055 Admiral Nevelskoi Northbound
27/05/13 151 Azov Northbound
27/05/13 151 Nikolay Filchenkov Northbound
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One Response to Russian Warship Movements Through Turkish Straits (Part 12)

  1. giggig says:

    McCain is doing what Obama’s agents were supposed to do = assure these weapons are not getting into wrong hands.Kosovo was divided into 6 security sectors and this will happen here too.Turkey from the North,iraq from the northeast,jordania with the US (unless people like you cucinic can manage Obama for cowardly stay out of it) from the east,Israel from the south,lebanon from the west,Assad with Russia from the southwest. Peacekeepers,UN mandated. Repatriate all refugees (3 millions) into the appropriate sector, those sectors who get no influx , also have to give up their square-km allocation. Everybody can survive this, and the troublemakers infiltrants from iran etc. need to go home too.
    Turkish Navy : do we know the arms traffic southbound across caspian sea ?

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