|Posted by George Freund on October 5, 2015 at 11:30 AM|
Russian Alligator class large landing ship Nikolay Filchenkov making her south bound passage through Istanbul, again with much cargo on her deck.
Russian Alligator class large landing ship Saratov making her south bound passage through Istanbul, again with much cargo on her deck.
The flagship of the Russian Black Sea Fleet, Moskva going to the Mediterranean to take part in a naval exercise.
Russian Krivak class frigate Ladny going to the Mediterranean to take part in a naval exercise.
Russian Tarantul class corvette R-109, passing thorugh Bosphorus.
Russian large landing ship Alexander Otrakovski returning from her Mediterranean deployment.
Last week we have saw a drastic increase in Russian warships movements through Turkish Straits.
One ship Alexander Otrakovski returned to the Black Sea, while 6 other warships R-109, Ladny, Moskva, Saratov, Nikolay Filchenkov and KIL-158 made their southbound passage. The landings ship are on their cargo delivery missions whereas the larger warships are going to take part in a naval exercise around Cyprus, on 30 September 2015.
Date Number Name Direction Nationality
27.9.2015 KIL-158 Southbound Russia
27.9.2015 152 Nikolay Filchenkov Southbound Russia
26.9.2015 150 Saratov Southbound Russia
25.9.2015 121 Moskva Southbound Russia
24.9.2015 801 Ladny Southbound Russia
24.9.2015 952 R-109 Southbound Russia
24.9.2015 31 Alexander Otrakovski Northbound Russia
22.9.2015 151 Azov Northbound Russia
22.9.2015 158 Tsezar Kunikov Northbound Russia
21.9.2015 142 Novocharkassk Southbound Russia
20.9.2015 Donuzlav Southbound Russia
19.9.2015 810 Smetlivy Southbound Russia
19.9.2015 KIL-158 Northbound Russia
17.9.2015 150 Saratov Northbound Russia
17.9.2015 Sayany Northbound Russia
16.9.2015 Novorossiysk Northbound Russia
15.9.2015 031 Alexander Otrakovski Southbound Russia
14.9.2015 151 Azov Southbound Russia
14.9.2015 158 Tsezar Kunikov Southbound Russia
13.9.2015 75 USS Donald Cook Southbound USA
10.9.2015 152 Nikolay Filchenkov Southbound Russia
9.9.2015 KIL-158 Southbound Russia
7.9.2015 150 Saratov Southbound Russia
4.9.2015 210 Smolny Southbound Russia
3.9.2015 130 Korolev Southbound Russia
3.9.2015 142 Novocharkassk Southbound Russia
Russian large landing ship Tsezar Kunikov at the northern entrance of Istanbul Strait.
Russian survey, research and intelligence gathering ship Donuzlav heading to the Mediterranean Sea.
A bow view of Novorossiysk. On her left is the TCSG-10 from Turkish Coast Guard.
Russian buoy tender KIL-158 seen during her southbound passage. There is some cargo on her deck hidden under nets.
If it floats, it's coming out into the Mediterranean. What we're in store for may well be a world war of biblical proportion.
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