Foreign Warship On Bosphorus (Part 5)

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A-759 Dupuy de Lôme. Photo: Ahmet Böler. Used with permission.

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A-759 Dupuy de Lôme. Photo: Yörük Işık. Used with permission.

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A-759 Dupuy de Lôme. Photo: Yörük Işık. Used with permission.

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A-759 Dupuy de Lôme. Photo: Yörük Işık. Used with permission.

 

Yesterday in the early evening hours, The French surveillance ship A-759 Dupuy de Lôme returned to the Black Sea after 15 days. Previously, she was in the region between 11 and 30 April 2014

Date Number Name Direction Nationality
02.01.2014 16 Georgiy Pobedonosets Northbound Russian
02.01.2014 156 Yamal Northbound Russian
18.01.2014 151 Azov Southbound Russian
18.01.2014 16 Georgiy Pobedonosets Southbound Russian
27.01.2014 102 Kaliningrad Southbound Russian
01.02.2014 151 Azov Northbound Russian
01.02.2014 16 Georgiy Pobedonosets Northbound Russian
05.02.2014 20 Mount Whitney Northbound USA
05.02.2014 50 Taylor Northbound USA
07.02.2014 810 Smetlivy Northbound Russian
10.02.2014 151 Azov Southbound Russian
10.02.2014 16 Georgiy Pobedonosets Southbound Russian
20.02.2014 150 Saratov Southbound Russian
20.02.2014 156 Yamal Southbound Russian
26.02.2014 102 Kaliningrad Northbound Russian
26.02.2014 127 Minsk Northbound Russian
27.02.2014 20 Mount Whitney Southbound USA
04.03.2014 150 Saratov Northbound Russian
04.03.2014 156 Yamal Northbound Russian
05.03.2014 U-130 Hetman Sahaidachny Northbound Ukraine
08.03.2014 103 Truxtun Northbound USA
09.03.2014 50 Taylor Southbound USA
22.03.2014 103 Truxtun Southbound USA
23.03.2014 102 Kaliningrad Southbound Russian
23.03.2014 127 Minsk Southbound Russian
23.03.2014 12 Olenegorskiy Gorniak Southbound Russian
28.03.2014 A-645 Alize Northbound France
03.04.2014 102 Kaliningrad Southbound Russian
03.04.2014 12 Olenegorskiy Gorniak Northbound Russian
10.04.2014 150 Saratov Southbound Russian
10.04.2014 156 Yamal Southbound Russian
11.04.2014 75 Donald Cook Northbound USA
11.04.2014 A-759 Dupuy de Lôme Northbound France
11.04.2014 138 PM-138 Southbound Russian
12.04.2014 A-645 Alize Southbound France
12.04.2014 MB-304 MB-304 Southbound Russian
17.04.2014 16 Georgiy Pobedonosets Southbound Russian
17.04.2014 127 Minsk Southbound Russian
17.04.2014 142 Novocharkassk Southbound Russian
23.04.2014 50 Taylor Northbound USA
25.04.2014 75 Donald Cook Southbound USA
29.04.2014 16 Georgiy Pobedonosets Northbound Russian
29.04.2014 Kruzenshtern Northbound Russian
29.04.2014 142 Novocharkassk Northbound Russian
30.04.2014 A-759 Dupuy de Lôme Southbound France
XX.04.2014 150 Saratov Northbound Russian
XX.04.2014 156 Yamal Northbound Russian
30.04.2014 150 Saratov Southbound Russian
30.04.2014 156 Yamal Southbound Russian
01.05.2014 810 Smetlivy Southbound Russian
09.05.2014 605 Admiral Levchenko Northbound Russian
10.05.2014 16 Georgiy Pobedonosets Southbound Russian
10.05.2014 142 Novocharkassk Southbound Russian
12.5.2014 150 Saratov Northbound Russian
12.05.2014 50 Taylor Southbound USA
14.05.2014 A-759 Dupuy de Lôme Northbound France

I have archived the list of the Russian ship movements in 2013.

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3 Responses to Foreign Warship On Bosphorus (Part 5)

  1. Kevin Brent says:

    Reblogged this on J. Kevin Brent and commented:
    France’s spy ship returned to the Black Sea. Whether they’re spying for NATO or Putin, is anyone’s guess…lol

  2. John says:

    Is this date correct 15.05 or maybe 14.05?

  3. John says:

    Poor Europe! Trying to bite Putin’s ass by sending ships… ;).

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