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6 The Biggest Command Ship In The World

The Biggest Command Ship In The World


The “Ural” was a command ship operated by the Soviet Navy. She was intended to be a communications vessel. The electronics and combat missions of this ship used to be closely guarded secrets.


She could gather information about any sub-cosmic object in any part of the globe. The vessel was commissioned in 1983. She was supplied with electronic equipment to detect targets in the air and underwater.

Her radars allowed her to track missiles. A large group of specialists were assigned to eliminate any possible problems that could arise while at sea.

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6 Responses to “The Biggest Command Ship In The World”

  1. Zapadny says:

    Wonderful ships from the unforgotten old dear great VMF. That was the only one if her class, Proekt 1941 Titan, Kapusta for the N.. Sad destiny for a lot of good ships of those years. Slava to the VMF CCCP!

  2. Jean says:

    Nice piece of militairy hardware, but nowdays this is handled by satellites and drones. But even today a dedicated command and control ship could not be overlooked.

  3. john says:

    Interesting ship.

  4. Rupes says:

    Have you considered asking someone who speahks English to proof-read your articles?

    • Phreddy says:

      We do have a native English speahker (sic) who has recently started to proofread articles. There is a fine line between rewriting an article and maintaining a Russian feel within it.
      Once the proofreader has found that balance, I’m sure the articles will be easier to read. :)

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