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Russia, Q2/1948

Report for Q2/1948
Industrial Allocation
- 33 / 33 factories producing 33,000t materials.
- 0/33 factories producing infrastructure
- 26,576t from stockpile.
- 0t from transactions.
- 3,674t from scrapping.
- 63,250t materials total.
- 46,568t used.
- 16,682t stored for Q3/48.

Infrastructure Development
None

Naval Construction

Petrograd: Almaz Shipbuilding Company, Sudomekh Shipyard No. 196, Severnaya Verf No.190, and Baltic Shipyard No.189
Class 4 Slip #1 - Admiral Kornilov-class (Project 81) light cruiser Admiral Deribas laid down October 1st, 1947. 11,375 tons required. 1,700 tons added Q2/1948 for a total of 5100 / 11375 tons. 6275 / 11375 tons remaining. Launched June 5th, 1948. Completed June 12th, 1949.
Class 4 Slip #2 - Admiral Kornilov-class (Project 81) light cruiser Admiral Svietlana laid down October 1st, 1947. 11,375 tons required. 1,700 tons added Q2/1948 for a total of 5100 / 11375 tons. 6275 / 11375 tons remaining. Launched June 5th, 1948. Completed June 12th, 1949.
Class 4 Slip #3 - Idle.
Class 4 Slip #4 - Idle.
Class 3 Slip #1 - Avrora-class (Project 76) light cruiser Ochakov laid down January 1st, 1948. 8,250 tons required. 1,500 tons added Q2/1948 for a total of 3000 / 8250 tons. 5250 / 8250 tons remaining. Launched July 28th, 1948. Completed June 8th, 1949.
Class 3 Slip #2 - Avrora-class (Project 76) light cruiser Oleg laid down January 1st, 1948. 8,250 tons required. 1,500 tons added Q2/1948 for a total of 3000 / 8250 tons. 5250 / 8250 tons remaining. Launched July 28th, 1948. Completed June 8th, 1949.
Class 3 Slip #3 - Fidonisi-class (Project 85) aviation cruiser Fidonisi laid down January 1st, 1948. 12,500 tons required. 2,000 tons added Q2/1948 for a total of 4000 / 12500 tons. 8500 / 12500 tons remaining. Launched September 18th, 1948. Completed October 15th, 1949.
Class 3 Slip #4 - Fidonisi-class (Project 85) aviation cruiser Tendra laid down January 1st, 1948. 12,500 tons required. 2,000 tons added Q2/1948 for a total of 4000 / 12500 tons. 8500 / 12500 tons remaining. Launched September 18th, 1948. Completed October 15th, 1949.
Class 3 Slip #5 - Elbrus-class tanker Tolbachik laid down January 1st, 1948. 2491 tons required (built to civilian standards). 750 tons added in Q2/1948 for a total of 1500 / 2491 tons. 991 / 2491 tons remaining. Launched July 18th, 1948. Completed October 30th, 1949.
Class 3 Slip #6 - Elbrus-class tanker Ichinsky laid down January 1st, 1948. 2491 tons required (built to civilian standards). 750 tons added in Q2/1948 for a total of 1500 / 2491 tons. 991 / 2491 tons remaining. Launched July 18th, 1948. Completed October 30th, 1949.
Class 1 Slip #1 - Project 86 type ("Kosatki") S-83 laid down January 1st, 1948. 880 tons required. 400 tons added Q2/1948 for a total of 800 / 880 tons. 80 / 880 tons remaining. Launched April 29th, 1948. Completed October 27th, 1948.
Class 1 Slip #2 - Project 86 type ("Kosatki") S-84 laid down January 1st, 1948. 880 tons required. 400 tons added Q2/1948 for a total of 800 / 880 tons. 80 / 880 tons remaining. Launched April 29th, 1948. Completed October 27th, 1948.
Class 1 Slip #3 - Kapitan Kazarsky-class Large Landing Ship Stepan Novikov laid down January 1st, 1948. 1,950 tons required. 500 tons added Q2/1948 for a total of 1000 / 1950. 950 / 1950 tons remaining until completion. Launched May 11th, 1948. Completed November 29th, 1948.
Class 1 Slip #4 - Project 83 type ("Avantyurin") small antisubmarine ship MPK-176 laid down January 1st, 1948. 600 tons required. 175 tons added Q2/1948 for a total of 350 / 600 tons. 250 / 600 tons remaining. Launched April 26th, 1948. Completed October 18th, 1948.
Class 0 Slip #1 - Project 83 type ("Avantyurin") small antisubmarine ship MPK-177 laid down January 1st, 1948. 600 tons required. 175 tons added Q2/1948 for a total of 350 / 600 tons. 250 / 600 tons remaining. Launched April 26th, 1948. Completed October 18th, 1948.
Class 0 Slip #2 - Project 83 type ("Avantyurin") small antisubmarine ship MPK-178 laid down January 1st, 1948. 600 tons required. 175 tons added Q2/1948 for a total of 350 / 600 tons. 250 / 600 tons remaining. Launched April 26th, 1948. Completed October 18th, 1948.
Class 0 Slip #3 - Project 83 type ("Avantyurin") small antisubmarine ship MPK-179 laid down January 1st, 1948. 600 tons required. 175 tons added Q2/1948 for a total of 350 / 600 tons. 250 / 600 tons remaining. Launched April 26th, 1948. Completed October 18th, 1948.
Class 0 Slip #4 - Project 83 type ("Avantyurin") small antisubmarine ship MPK-180 laid down January 1st, 1948. 600 tons required. 175 tons added Q2/1948 for a total of 350 / 600 tons. 250 / 600 tons remaining. Launched April 26th, 1948. Completed October 18th, 1948.

Dockside:
- Admiral Kornilov-class (Project 81) light cruiser Admiral Kornilov laid down January 1st, 1947. 11,375 tons required. 1,700 tons added Q2/1948 for a total of 10200 / 11375 tons. 1175 / 11375 tons remaining. Launched September 5th, 1947. Completed September 12th, 1948.
- Admiral Kornilov-class (Project 81) light cruiser Admiral Crieg laid down January 1st, 1947. 11,375 tons required. 1,700 tons added Q2/1948 for a total of 10200 / 11375 tons. 1175 / 11375 tons remaining. Launched September 5th, 1947. Completed September 12th, 1948.
- Avrora-class (Project 76) light cruiser Vitiaz laid down January 1st, 1947. 8,250 tons required. 750 tons added Q2/1948 for a total of 8250 / 8250 tons. 0 / 8250 tons remaining. Launched July 28th, 1947. Completed June 8th, 1948.
- Avrora-class (Project 76) light cruiser Kagul laid down January 1st, 1947. 8,250 tons required. 750 tons added Q2/1948 for a total of 8250 / 8250 tons. 0 / 8250 tons remaining. Launched July 28th, 1947. Completed June 8th, 1948.
- Elbrus-class tanker Kliuchevskoi laid down January 1st, 1947. 2491 tons required (built to civilian standards). 0 tons added in Q2/1948 for a total of 2491 / 2491 tons. 0 / 2491 tons remaining. Launched July 18th, 1947. Completed October 30th, 1948.
- Elbrus-class tanker Ushkovsky laid down January 1st, 1947. 2491 tons required (built to civilian standards). 0 tons added in Q2/1948 for a total of 2491 / 2491 tons. 0 / 2491 tons remaining. Launched July 18th, 1947. Completed October 30th, 1948.
- Yenesei-class icebreaker Argun laid down July 1st, 1947. 5145 tons required. 1100 tons added in Q2/1948 for a total of 4400 / 5145 tons. 845 / 5145 tons remaining. Launched December 20th, 1947. Completed August 5th, 1948.
- Project 83 type ("Avantyurin") small antisubmarine ship MPK-171 laid down July 1st, 1947. 600 tons required. 75 tons added Q2/1948 for a total of 600 / 600 tons. 0 / 600 tons remaining. Launched October 26th, 1947. Completed April 18th, 1948.
- Project 83 type ("Avantyurin") small antisubmarine ship MPK-172 laid down July 1st, 1947. 600 tons required. 75 tons added Q2/1948 for a total of 600 / 600 tons. 0 / 600 tons remaining. Launched October 26th, 1947. Completed April 18th, 1948.
- Project 83 type ("Avantyurin") small antisubmarine ship MPK-173 laid down July 1st, 1947. 600 tons required. 75 tons added Q2/1948 for a total of 600 / 600 tons. 0 / 600 tons remaining. Launched October 26th, 1947. Completed April 18th, 1948.
- Project 83 type ("Avantyurin") small antisubmarine ship MPK-174 laid down July 1st, 1947. 600 tons required. 75 tons added Q2/1948 for a total of 600 / 600 tons. 0 / 600 tons remaining. Launched October 26th, 1947. Completed April 18th, 1948.
- Project 83 type ("Avantyurin") small antisubmarine ship MPK-175 laid down July 1st, 1947. 600 tons required. 75 tons added Q2/1948 for a total of 600 / 600 tons. 0 / 600 tons remaining. Launched October 26th, 1947. Completed April 18th, 1948.

Kronshtadt: Admiralty Shipyard No.194
Class 1 Drydock #1 - Idle.
Class 0 Drydock #1 - Idle.

Dockside:
None

Tallinn: Admiralty Shipyard Tallinn
Class 3 Drydock #1 - Escort Cruiser Varyag scrapping. 5466 tons total; 820 tons available for recovery. Scrapping will require 4.8 months. 510/820 tons recovered Q2/1948. 310 tons remaining for recovery. Scrapping begins April 1st, 1948. Scrapping completes August 25th, 1948.
Class 3 Drydock #2 - Escort Cruiser Bayan scrapping. 5466 tons total; 820 tons available for recovery. Scrapping will require 4.8 months. 510/820 tons recovered Q2/1948. 310 tons remaining for recovery. Scrapping begins April 1st, 1948. Scrapping completes August 25th, 1948.
Class 3 Drydock #3 - Escort Cruiser Pamyat' Mercurya scrapping. 5466 tons total; 820 tons available for recovery. Scrapping will require 4.8 months. 510/820 tons recovered Q2/1948. 310 tons remaining for recovery. Scrapping begins April 1st, 1948. Scrapping completes August 25th, 1948.
Class 3 Drydock #4 - Escort Cruiser Pamyat' Azova scrapping. 5466 tons total; 820 tons available for recovery. Scrapping will require 4.8 months. 510/820 tons recovered Q2/1948. 310 tons remaining for recovery. Scrapping begins April 1st, 1948. Scrapping completes August 25th, 1948.
Class 1 Drydock #1 - Destroyer Lieutenant Ilin scrapping end-to-end. 187t each can be recovered. 187t each recovered in Q2/1948. 0 tons remaining. Scrapping completed.

Dockside:
None

Arkhangelsk: Severnoye Mashinostroitelnoye Predpriyatie (Sevmash No.402) and Zvezdochka Shipyard
Class 4.5 Slip #1 - Idle.
Class 2 Slip #1 - Project 77M type Destroyer Udaloi laid down January 1st, 1948. 2,500 tons required. 700 tons added Q2/1948 for a total of 1400 / 2500. 1100 / 2500 tons remaining until completion. Launched May 19th, 1948. Completed December 15th, 1948.
Class 2 Slip #2 - Project 77M type Destroyer Vikhrevoy laid down January 1st, 1948. 2,500 tons required. 700 tons added Q2/1948 for a total of 1400 / 2500. 1100 / 2500 tons remaining until completion. Launched May 19th, 1948. Completed December 15th, 1948.
Class 2 Slip #3 - Project 77M type Destroyer Vspylchivyi laid down January 1st, 1948. 2,500 tons required. 700 tons added Q2/1948 for a total of 1400 / 2500. 1100 / 2500 tons remaining until completion. Launched May 19th, 1948. Completed December 15th, 1948.
Class 2 Slip #4 - Project 77M type Destroyer Boevoy laid down January 1st, 1948. 2,500 tons required. 700 tons added Q2/1948 for a total of 1400 / 2500. 1100 / 2500 tons remaining until completion. Launched May 19th, 1948. Completed December 15th, 1948.
Class 2 Slip #5 - Project 77M type Destroyer Bditelnyilaid down January 1st, 1948. 2,500 tons required. 700 tons added Q2/1948 for a total of 1400 / 2500. 1100 / 2500 tons remaining until completion. Launched May 19th, 1948. Completed December 15th, 1948.
Class 2 Slip #6 - Project 77M type Destroyer Ostorozhnyi laid down January 1st, 1948. 2,500 tons required. 700 tons added Q2/1948 for a total of 1400 / 2500. 1100 / 2500 tons remaining until completion. Launched May 19th, 1948. Completed December 15th, 1948.
Class 1 Slip #1 - Project 78 type ("Barrakuda") K-46 laid down January 1st, 1948. 1950 tons required. 750 tons added Q2/1948 for a total of 1500 / 1950 tons. 450 / 1950 tons remaining. Launched May 11th, 1948. Completed November 30th, 1948.
Class 1 Slip #2 - Project 78 type ("Barrakuda") K-47 laid down January 1st, 1948. 1950 tons required. 750 tons added Q2/1948 for a total of 1500 / 1950 tons. 450 / 1950 tons remaining. Launched May 11th, 1948. Completed November 30th, 1948.
Class 1 Slip #3 - Project 78 type ("Barrakuda") K-48 laid down January 1st, 1948. 1950 tons required. 750 tons added Q2/1948 for a total of 1500 / 1950 tons. 450 / 1950 tons remaining. Launched May 11th, 1948. Completed November 30th, 1948.
Class 1 Slip #4 - Large Landing Ship Kapitan Kazarsky laid down January 1st, 1948. 1,950 tons required. 500 tons added Q2/1948 for a total of 1000 / 1950. 950 / 1950 tons remaining until completion. Launched May 11th, 1948. Completed November 29th, 1948.
Class 0 Slip #1 - Idle.
Class 0 Slip #2 - Idle.

Dockside:
- Aircraft Carrier Reval (Project 65) laid down January 1st, 1944. 49,854 tons required. 2500 tons added in Q2/1948 for a total of 45000 / 49854 tons. 4854 / 49854 tons remaining. Launched April 17th, 1946. Completed November 27th, 1948.
- Project 77U type Destroyer Surovyi laid down July 1st, 1947. 2,465 tons required. 365 tons added Q2/1948 for a total of 2465 / 2465. 0 / 2465 tons remaining until completion. Launched November 19th, 1947. Completed June 15th, 1948.
- Project 77U type Destroyer Smyshlyonyi laid down July 1st, 1947. 2,465 tons required. 365 tons added Q2/1948 for a total of 2465 / 2465. 0 / 2465 tons remaining until completion. Launched November 19th, 1947. Completed June 15th, 1948.
- Project 77U type Destroyer Slavnyi laid down July 1st, 1947. 2,465 tons required. 365 tons added Q2/1948 for a total of 2465 / 2465. 0 / 2465 tons remaining until completion. Launched November 19th, 1947. Completed June 15th, 1948.
- Project 77U type Destroyer Boiky laid down July 1st, 1947. 2,465 tons required. 365 tons added Q2/1948 for a total of 2465 / 2465. 0 / 2465 tons remaining until completion. Launched November 19th, 1947. Completed June 15th, 1948.
- Project 77U type Destroyer Naporystyy laid down July 1st, 1947. 2,465 tons required. 365 tons added Q2/1948 for a total of 2465 / 2465. 0 / 2465 tons remaining until completion. Launched November 19th, 1947. Completed June 15th, 1948.
- Project 77U type Destroyer Bezuprechny laid down July 1st, 1947. 2,465 tons required. 365 tons added Q2/1948 for a total of 2465 / 2465. 0 / 2465 tons remaining until completion. Launched November 19th, 1947. Completed June 15th, 1948.
- Project 78 type ("Barrakuda") K-41 laid down July 1st, 1947. 1950 tons required. 0 tons added Q2/1948 for a total of 1950 / 1950 tons. 0 / 1950 tons remaining. Launched November 11th, 1947. Completed May 30th, 1948.
- Project 78 type ("Barrakuda") K-42 laid down July 1st, 1947. 1950 tons required. 0 tons added Q2/1948 for a total of 1950 / 1950 tons. 0 / 1950 tons remaining. Launched November 11th, 1947. Completed May 30th, 1948.
- Project 78 type ("Barrakuda") K-43 laid down July 1st, 1947. 1950 tons required. 0 tons added Q2/1948 for a total of 1950 / 1950 tons. 0 / 1950 tons remaining. Launched November 11th, 1947. Completed May 30th, 1948.

Murmansk: Shipyard #10 Polyarny, "Shkval"
Class 4.5 Drydock #1 - Destroyers Kapitan Kern, Kapitan Konon-Zotov, and Kapitan Kroun scrapping end-to-end. 187t each can be recovered. 187t each recovered in Q2/1948. 0 tons remaining. Scrapping completed.
Class 3 Drydock #1 - Destroyers Kapitan I ranga Miklucha Maklai and Lieutenant Dubasov scrapping end-to-end. 187t each can be recovered. 187t each recovered in Q2/1948. 0 tons remaining. Scrapping completed.
Class 3 Drydock #2 - Idle.
Class 2 Drydock #1 - Project 78 type ("Barrakuda") K-49 laid down January 1st, 1948. 1950 tons required. 750 tons added Q2/1948 for a total of 1500 / 1950 tons. 450 / 1950 tons remaining. Launched May 11th, 1948. Completed November 30th, 1948.
Class 1 Drydock #1 - Project 78 type ("Barrakuda") K-50 laid down January 1st, 1948. 1950 tons required. 750 tons added Q2/1948 for a total of 1500 / 1950 tons. 450 / 1950 tons remaining. Launched May 11th, 1948. Completed November 30th, 1948.
Class 0 Drydock #1 - Idle.
Class 0 Drydock #2 - Idle.

Dockside:
- Project 78 type ("Barrakuda") K-44 laid down July 1st, 1947. 1950 tons required. 0 tons added Q2/1948 for a total of 1950 / 1950 tons. 0 / 1950 tons remaining. Launched November 11th, 1947. Completed May 30th, 1948.
- Project 78 type ("Barrakuda") K-45 laid down July 1st, 1947. 1950 tons required. 0 tons added Q2/1948 for a total of 1950 / 1950 tons. 0 / 1950 tons remaining. Launched November 11th, 1947. Completed May 30th, 1948.

Rostov-on-Don: Black Sea Shipyard, Rostov-on-Don
Class 3 Slip #1 - Idle.
Class 1 Slip #1 - Project 83M type ("Avantyurin") coastguard patrol ship Makhachkala laid down January 1st, 1948. 600 tons required. 175 tons added Q2/1948 for a total of 350 / 600 tons. 250 / 600 tons remaining. Launched April 26th, 1948. Completed October 18th, 1948.
Class 1 Slip #2 - Project 83M type ("Avantyurin") coastguard patrol ship Guriev laid down January 1st, 1948. 600 tons required. 175 tons added Q2/1948 for a total of 350 / 600 tons. 250 / 600 tons remaining. Launched April 26th, 1948. Completed October 18th, 1948.
Class 0 Slip #1 - Project 83M type ("Avantyurin") coastguard patrol ship Derbent laid down January 1st, 1948. 600 tons required. 175 tons added Q2/1948 for a total of 350 / 600 tons. 250 / 600 tons remaining. Launched April 26th, 1948. Completed October 18th, 1948.
Class 0 Slip #2 - Project 83 type ("Avantyurin") coastguard patrol ship Kaspiysk laid down January 1st, 1948. 600 tons required. 175 tons added Q2/1948 for a total of 350 / 600 tons. 250 / 600 tons remaining. Launched April 26th, 1948. Completed October 18th, 1948.

Dockside:
None

Sevastopol: Sevastopol Shipyard No.201, Sevastopol
Class 3 Drydock #1 - Idle.
Class 2 Drydock #1 - Idle.
Class 1 Drydock #1 - Idle.
Class 0 Drydock #1 - Idle.

Dockside:
None

Astrakhan: Admiralty Shipyard No.39, Astrakhan
Class 1 Drydock #1 - Project 83M type ("Avantyurin") coastguard patrol ship Krasnovodsk laid down January 1st, 1948. 600 tons required. 175 tons added Q2/1948 for a total of 350 / 600 tons. 250 / 600 tons remaining. Launched April 26th, 1948. Completed October 18th, 1948.

Dockside:
None

Vladivostok: Dalzavod Yard, Vladivostok, Zvezda Shipyard, Bolshoy Kamen, and Amur Shipbuilding Plant, Komsolosk-on-Amur
Class 4.5 Drydock #1 - Five submarines scrapping end-to-end. L-11, L-12, L-3, L-14, and L-15 scrapping. 365 tons total; 55 tons each available for recovery. Scrapping begins April 1st, 1948. Scrapping completes May 15th, 1948; yard free by May 22nd, 1948 for use by five more submarines. Five submarines scrapping end-to-end. L-16, L-17, L-18, L-19, and L-20 scrapping. 365 tons total; 55 tons each available for recovery. Scrapping begins May 1st, 1948. Boats enter drydock for final disposal on May 23rd Scrapping completes June 15th, 1948.
Class 1 Drydock #1 - Idle.
Class 1 Drydock #2 - Idle.
Class 0 Drydock #1 - Idle.
Class 4.5 Slip #1 - Idle.
Class 1 Slip #1 - Project 86 type ("Kosatki") S-81 laid down January 1st, 1948. 880 tons required. 400 tons added Q2/1948 for a total of 800 / 880 tons. 80 / 880 tons remaining. Launched April 29th, 1948. Completed October 27th, 1948.
Class 1 Slip #2 - Project 86 type ("Kosatki") S-82 laid down January 1st, 1948. 880 tons required. 400 tons added Q2/1948 for a total of 800 / 880 tons. 80 / 880 tons remaining. Launched April 29th, 1948. Completed October 27th, 1948.
Class 0 Slip #1 - Project 86 ("Aleksandrit") type icebreaking tug RL-01 laid down January 1st, 1948. 457 tons required. 107 tons added Q2/1948 for a total of 457 / 457 tons. 0 / 457 tons remaining. Launched February 22nd, 1948. Completed May 14th, 1948.
Class 0 Slip #2 - Project 86 ("Aleksandrit") type icebreaking tug RL-01 laid down January 1st, 1948. 457 tons required. 107 tons added Q2/1948 for a total of 457 / 457 tons. 0 / 457 tons remaining. Launched February 22nd, 1948. Completed May 14th, 1948.

Dockside:
- Aircraft Carrier Kerch (Project 65) laid down January 1st, 1944. 49,854 tons required. 2500 tons added in Q2/1948 for a total of 45000 / 49854 tons. 4854 / 49854 tons remaining. Launched April 17th, 1946. Completed November 27th, 1948.

Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky: Kamchatsky Shipyard No.49 "Gornyak"
Class 3 Drydock #1 - Four submarines scrapping end-to-end. L-1, L-2, L-3, and L-4. 365 tons total; 55 tons each available for recovery. Scrapping begins April 1st, 1948. Scrapping completes May 15th, 1948; yard free by May 22nd, 1948 for use by five more submarines. Four submarines scrapping end-to-end. L-5, L-6, L-7, and L-8 scrapping. 365 tons total; 55 tons each available for recovery. Scrapping begins May 1st, 1948. Boats enter drydock for final disposal on May 23rd Scrapping completes June 15th, 1948.
Class 1 Drydock #1 - Project 86 type ("Kosatki") S-85 laid down January 1st, 1948. 880 tons required. 400 tons added Q2/1948 for a total of 800 / 880 tons. 80 / 880 tons remaining. Launched April 29th, 1948. Completed October 27th, 1948.
Class 0 Drydock #1 - Submarine L-9 scrapping. 365 tons total; 55 tons available for recovery. Scrapping begins April 1st, 1948. Scrapping completes May 15th, 1948; yard free by May 22nd, 1948 for use by another submarines. Submarine L-10 scrapping. 365 tons total; 55 tons available for recovery. Scrapping begins May 1st, 1948. Boat enters drydock for final disposal on May 23rd Scrapping completes June 15th, 1948.

Dockside:
None

Cam Ranh Bay (Indochina): Admiralty Shipyard No.191 "Alyans"
Class 4 Drydock #1 - Idle.
Class 1 Drydock #1 - Idle.
Class 1 Drydock #2 - Idle.

Dockside:
None

On Trials:
- EM Vlastny on trials until Q2/1948
- EM Otlichny on trials until Q2/1948
- EM Rezkiy on trials until Q2/1948
- EM Speshnyy on trials until Q2/1948
- EM Vozbuzhdenyy on trials until Q2/1948
- EM Bespokoiny on trials until Q2/1948

- KRL Vitiaz on trials until Q4/1948
- KRL Kagul on trials until Q4/1948
- EM Surovyi on trials until Q4/1948
- EM Smyshlyonyi on trials until Q4/1948
- EM Slavnyi on trials until Q4/1948
- EM Boiky on trials until Q4/1948
- EM Naporystyy on trials until Q4/1948
- EM Bezuprechny on trials until Q4/1948
- KMT Livadiyskaya on trials until Q2/1948
- KMT Narodnaya on trials until Q2/1948
- ML Irtysh on trials until Q3/1948
- BRK Admiral Kolchak on trials until Q3/1948

From Factories
N/A

Transactions
- 1054 tons to Latvia as final payment for six destroyers for total of 3,700 / 3,700. 0 tons remaining balance.

Scrapping Report
- Twenty Project 14 "Khitriy"-class submarines scrapping in Q2/1948. 55t each recovered in Q2/1948.
- Four Varyag-class escort cruisers scrapping in Q2/1948. 510t each recovered n Q2/1948.

- Total tonnage in recycling until Q3/48: (12x186) = 2232
- Total tonnage in recycling until Q4/48: (12x31) = 372
- Total tonnage in recycling until Q1/49: (20x55)+(4x510) = 3140

Notes
The twenty Project-14 "Khitriy" submarines (L-1 through L-20) are scrapped due to age, with the impending arrival of Project 86 "Kosatki" and Project 78 "Barrakuda" class submarines.

The four Varyag-class escort cruisers are retired and begin scrapping. Although these ships are relatively modern, their capability for additional electronics was limited, and the ships no longer fit the overall Russian Federation Navy's strategy.

Order of Battle, July 1st, 1948
Note: X (Y)+Z = completed (under repair/refit) + under construction

The Fleet
Battleships (LK): 12(0)+0
Battlecruisers (LKR): 9(0)+0
Coast Defense Battleships (BAK): 2(0)+0
Monitor: 2(0)+0
Aircraft Carrier (TAKR / PKR): 11(0)+2
Escort Carriers (PKR): 5(0)+2
Heavy / Armoured Cruisers (BK): 12(0)+0
Escort Cruisers (BK): 0(0)+0-4
Light Cruisers (KRL): 28(0)+8
Torpedo Cruisers (TKR): 30(0)+0
Large Rocket Ships (BRK): 2(0)+0
Large Antisubmarine Ships (BPK): 2(0)+0
Destroyers (EM): 140(0)+6
Frigates (SKR): 32(0)+0
Sloops (SKR): 4(0)+0
Corvettes (MPK): 95(0)+0
Small Antisubmarine Ships (MPK): 5(0)+5
Coastguard Patrol Ships (PSK): 0(0)+5
Cruiser Submarines (PLK): 45(0)+5
Coastal Submarines (PL): 101(0)+5

Coastal Forces
Patrol Boats (PSKR): 120(0)+0
Submarine Chasers (MPK): 50(0)+0
Motor Torpedo Boats (TK): 340(0)+0
Experimental Fast Attack Craft (TK): 20(0)+0
Minelayers (ZM): 50(0)+0
Minesweepers (TSh): 22(0)+0
Light Minesweepers (BT / RT): 40(0)+0

Fleet Services
Seaplane Carriers: 4(0)+0
Repair Ships: 2(0)+0
Fleet Icebreakers: 10(0)+2
Shallow-draft Icebreakers: 2(0)+0
Port Icebreakers: 24(0)+0
River Icebreakers: 2(0)+0
Large Marine Tankers: 12(0)+4
Ice-Capable Large Marine Tankers: 4(0)+0
Medium Marine Tankers: 4(0)+0
Destroyer Tenders: 3(0)+0
Corvette/Submarine Tenders: 17(0)+0
Sail Training Ship: 2(0)+0

Amphibious Forces
Amphibious Command Ships (KRU): 2(0)+0
Large Landing Ship (BDK): 8(0)+0
Medium Landing Ship (SDK): 12(0)+0
Small Landing Ship (MDK): 18(0)+0
Landing Craft (DK): 62(0)+0

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Baltic Sea Fleet
1st Battle Division (Tallinn): Revanche (F), Represselya

Baltic Sea Fleet Cruiser Group
17th Cruiser Squadron (Kronshtadt): Rynda (F), Diana
3rd Cruiser Squadron (Tallinn): Petrograd (F), Tbilisi, Baku, Omsk, Krasnodar, Astrakhan
10th Cruiser Squadron (Tallinn): Minsk (F), Samarakand, Tula, Grozniy, Bryansk, Irkutsk

Baltic Sea Fleet Destroyer Group
2nd Destroyer Flotilla (Tallinn): Parnu, Nizhny Novgorod, Ufa, Kemerovo, Vyatka, Kaluga, Sochi, Shakhty, Armavir, Norilsk, Kamensk-Uralsky, Ussuriysk
1st Guard Ship Flotilla (Kronshtatd): SKR-01, SKR-02, SKR-03, SKR-04, SKR-05, SKR-06, SKR-07, SKR-08, SKR-09, SKR-10, SKR-11, SKR-12

Baltic Sea Fleet Light Forces Group
1st Fast Mine Flotilla (Tallinn): 10 Project 06 "Oka" fast minelayers
1st Mine Warfare Flotilla (Tallinn): 10 Project 71 "Gematit" light minesweepers
1st Patrol Flotilla (Tallinn): 10 Project 61 "Gostinitsa" type patrol boats
1st Motor Torpedo Boat Flotilla (Tallinn): 20 ANT-6-class MTB
2nd Motor Torpedo Boat Flotilla (Tallinn): 20 ANT-6-class MTB
3rd Motor Torpedo Boat Flotilla (Parnu): 20 ANT-6-class MTB
4th Motor Torpedo Boat Flotilla (Kronshtadt): 20 ANT-6-class MTB
5th Motor Torpedo Boat Flotilla (Kronshtadt): 20 ANT-6-class MTB
2nd Landing Flotilla (Kronshtadt): 6 Project 20 "Krokodil" class landing ships, 1 Naval Infantry Battalion
Lake Ladoga Experimental Flotilla (Schlisselburg): 10 L-11 class hovercraft

Submarine Group
1st Submarine Flotilla (Kronshtadt): S-1, S-2, S-3, S-4, S-5, S-6, S-7, S-8, S-9, S-10
2nd Submarine Flotilla (Tallinn): S-21, S-22, S-23, S-24, S-25, S-26, S-27, S-28, S-29, S-30

Special Assignments Command
13th Destroyer Flotilla (Tallinn): Pylkiy, Sokrushitelnyi, Skoryi, Smetlivyi, Smotriaschyi, Serioznyi (seconded to a Russo-German task force in the Baltic)

Black Sea Fleet
Black Sea Aircraft Carrier Group (Sevastopol): Canopus
2nd Battle Squadron (Sevastopol): Imperator Petr Veliki (F), Veliki Kniaz Dimitriy Donskoi, Veliki Kniaz Aleksandr Nevskiy, Veliki Kniaz Yaroslav Medniy
4th Cruiser Squadron (Sevastopol): Admiral Putiatin (F), Admiral von Krusenstern, Admiral Kulchitsky, Admiral Bezobrazov

Black Sea Fleet Torpedo Cruiser Group
6th Cruiser Squadron (Sevastopol): Smolensk, Mykolaiv, Kronstadt, Volgograd, Pskov, Odessa
12th Cruiser Squadron (Sevastopol): Moskva (F), Ekaterineberg, Murmansk, Maikop, Khabarovsk, Orel

Black Sea Fleet Destroyer Group
1st Destroyer Flotilla (Sevastopol): Yelnya, Lida, Simferopol, Horlivka, Grodno, Izhevsk, Chimkent, Donetsk, Cheboksary, Yoshkar-Ola, Rybinsk, Korolyov
2nd Guard Ship Flotilla (Sevastopol): Kharkov, SKR-13, SKR-14, SKR-15, SKR-16, SKR-17, SKR-18, SKR-19, SKR-20, SKR-21, SKR-22, SKR-23, SKR-24

Black Sea Fleet Submarine Group
4th Submarine Flotilla (Sevastopol): S-11, S-12, S-13, S-14, S-15, S-16, S-17, S-18, S-19, S-20
5th Submarine Flotilla (Sevastopol): S-31, S-32, S-33, S-34, S-35, S-36, S-37, S-38, S-39, S-40
Black Sea Fleet Special Submarine Flotilla: M-401 (Project 72U "Kit" type experimental submarine)

Black Sea Fleet Light Forces Group
2nd Patrol Flotilla (Sevastopol): 10 Project 61 "Gostinitsa" type patrol boats
2nd Mine Warfare Flotilla (Odessa): 10 Project 71 "Gematit" light minesweepers
6th Motor Torpedo Boat Flotilla (Odessa): 20 ANT-3 class MTB
7th Motor Torpedo Boat Flotilla (Sevastopol): 20 ANT-3 class MTB
8th Motor Torpedo Boat Flotilla (Sevastopol): 20 ANT-3 class MTB
9th Motor Torpedo Boat Flotilla (Novorossisk): 20 ANT-3 class MTB
10th Motor Torpedo Boat Flotilla (Batumi): 20 ANT-3 class MTB
Azov-Don Experimental Flotilla (Rostov-on-Don): 10 L-11 class hovercraft
3rd Landing Flotilla (Sevastopol): 6 Krokodil class landing ships, 1 Naval Infantry Battalion

Northern Fleet
Northern Fleet Capital Ship Group
1st Battle Squadron (Murmansk): Soyuz Nerushimy (F), Narodov Svobodnikh, Revolutsia, Demokratia
3rd Battle Squadron (Murmansk): Rostislav, Potemkin, Georgii Pobedonosets, Retvizan
4th Battle Squadron (Murmansk): Slava (F), Pobeda, Pravda, Vlast
1st Battlecruiser Squadron (Murmansk): Izmail (F), Borodino, Navarin, Kinburn

Northern Fleet Aircraft Carier Group
1st Aviation Ship Squadron: Gangut, Sinop, Petropavlovsk
2nd Aviation Ship Squadron: Kulikovo, Chesma, Kazan
3rd Aviation Ship Squadron: Azov, Osel, Grengam
Northern Fleet Carrier Group Escort Force: Tambov, Gomel

Northern Fleet Heavy Cruiser Group
1st Cruiser Squadron (Murmansk): Admiral Makarov (F), Rossia, Gromoboi, Riurik
5th Cruiser Squadron (Murmansk): Sviatoslav (F), Sviatopolk, Oslyaba, Peresvet
16th Cruiser Squadron (Murmansk): Ilya Muromets (F), Dobrina Nikitich, Alexi Popovich, Igor Sviatoslavich

Northern Fleet Light Cruiser Group
2nd Cruiser Squadron (Murmansk): Avrora, Pallada, Novik, Bogatyr
7th Cruiser Squadron (Murmansk): General-Admiral Apraksin (F), Admiral Lefort, Admiral Golovin, General-Admiral Golytsin
8th Cruiser Squadron (Murmansk): Admiral Ushakov (F), Admiral Essen, Admiral Spiridonov, Admiral Jones
9th Cruiser Squadron (Murmansk): Admiral Nakhimov (F), Admiral Chikagov, Admiral Botsis, Admiral Menshikov

Northern Fleet Destroyer Group
3rd Destroyer Flotilla (Murmansk): Vinnitsa, Kherson, Brest, Shevchenko, Stary Oskol, Seversk, Zaporizhia, Nikopol, Akmolinsk, Orsk, Kamyshin, Lviv
5th Destroyer Flotilla (Murmansk): Mariupol, Vitebsk, Mogilev, Perm, Barnaul, Karagandy, Berezniki, Kopeysk, Cherkasy, Zhytomyr, Lutsk, Uralsk
6th Destroyer Flotilla (Murmansk): Soobrazitelny, Rezvy, Stremitelny, Smeliy, Rekordny, Blestyashchyy, Bystry, Soznatelnyy, Burlivyy, Besstrashniy, Razumny, Provorny
9th Destroyer Flotilla (Murmansk): Vlastny, Otlichny, Rezkiy, Speshnyy, Vozbuzhdenyy, Bespokoiny, Surovyi, Smyshlyonyi, Slavnyi, Boiky, Naporystyy, Bezuprechny (last six working up until Q4/48)

10th Destroyer Flotilla (Murmansk): Kursk, Nalchik, Syktyvkar, Veliky Novgorod, Prokopyevsk, Balakovo, Severodvinsk, Syzran, Mytishchi, Volgodonsk, Novocherkassk, Volzhsky
11th Destroyer Flotilla (Murmansk): Voronezh, Bratsk, Chelyabinsk, Chita, Oryol, Vladikavkaz, Petrozavodsk, Nizhnevartovsk, Rubtsovsk, Kovrov, Dimitrovgrad, Krasnogorsk
12th Destroyer Flotilla (Murmansk): Pechora, Novosibirsk, Krasnoyarsk, Yaroslavl, Kurgan, Vologda, Saransk, Kostroma, Novorossiysk, Angarsk, Balashikha, Khimki
7th Destroyer Flotilla (Murmansk): Serdityi, Samouvarenniy, Bezposhchadny, Gromky, Raztropny, Stoikiy, Gnevny, Statniy, Ryany, Storozhevoi, Gremyashchy, Nastoychivyy
3rd Guard Ship Flotilla (Murmansk): Yakutsk, SKR-25, SKR-26, SKR-27, SKR-28, SKR-29, SKR-30, SKR-31, SKR-32, SKR-33, SKR-34, SKR-35, SKR-36

Northern Fleet Submarine Group
7th Submarine Flotilla (Murmansk): M-1, M-2, M-3, M-4, M-5, M-6, M-7, M-8, M-9, M-10
8th Submarine Flotilla (Murmansk): M-11, M-12, M-13, M-14, M-15, M-16, M-17, M-18, M-19, M-20
9th Submarine Flotilla (Murmansk): K-1, K-2, K-3, K-4, K-5, K-6, K-7, K-8, K-9, K-10
10th Submarine Flotilla (Murmansk): K-31, K-32, K-33, K-34, K-35, K-36, K-37, K-38, K-39, K-40
17th Submarine Flotilla (Murmansk): K-11, K-12, K-13, K-14, K-15, K-16, K-17, K-18, K-19, K-20

Northern Fleet Escort Forces Group
4th Aviation Ship Squadron (Murmansk): Castor, Orion, Cygnus,
1st Corvette Flotilla (Kronshtadt): 4 Sadko class Armed Merchant Escorts (refitted to AME 1939)

Northern Fleet Amphibious Forces Group
15th Cruiser Squadron (Murmansk): Askold (F), Pozharsky
1st Landing Flotilla (Murmansk): 6 Krokodil class landing ships, 1 Naval Infantry Battalion
Attached ships:
---- CVE Sirius

Northern Fleet Light Combatants Group
11th Corvette Flotilla (Arkhangelsk): 10 Myak class corvettes
12th Corvette Flotilla (Arkhangelsk): 10 Myak class corvettes
13th Corvette Flotilla (Murmansk): 10 Lilya class corvettes
15th Corvette Flotilla (Murmansk): 10 Roza class corvettes - refitted 1938-1939
16th Corvette Flotilla (Murmansk): 10 Roza class corvettes - refitted 1939
17th Corvette Flotilla (Murmansk): 10 Orchidia class corvettes
8th Patrol Flotilla (Murmansk): 10 Project 61 "Gostinitsa" type patrol boats
9th Patrol Flotilla (Arkhangelsk): 10 Project 61 "Gostinitsa" type patrol boats
6th Antisubmarine Flotilla (Murmansk): 10 AS-27 class subchasers
3rd Mine Warfare Flotilla (Murmansk): 12 Besed class mine warfare ships
8th Mine Warfare Flotilla (Murmansk): 10 Project 56 "Kashgar" mine warfare ships
2nd Fast Mine Flotilla (Murmansk): 10 Project 06 "Oka" fast minelayers
11th Motor Torpedo Boat Flotilla (Murmansk): 20 ANT-6 class MTB
12th Motor Torpedo Boat Flotilla (Arkhangelsk): 20 ANT-6 class MTB

Pacific Fleet
Pacific Fleet Aircraft Carrier Group (Petropavlovsk): Afonskoye (F), Strashniy
Pacific Fleet Battlecruiser Group (Petropavlovsk): Khranitel
14th Cruiser Squadron (Petropavlovsk): Admiral Senyavin (F), Admiral Heiden, Admiral Nevelsky, Admiral Butackov
4th Destroyer Flotilla (Petropavlovsk): Ognevoy, Ozornoi, Otverzhdyonny, Osmotritelny, Obraztsovy, Odaryonny
8th Destroyer Flotilla (Petropavlovsk): Izyaslav II, Fedor Stratilat, Dejatelnyj, Doblestnyj, Dostojnyj, Avtroil, Sokol, Zarkij, Zguchij, Spartak, Zivuchij, Zostkij

Pacific Fleet Submarine Group
12th Submarine Flotilla (Vladivostok): S-71, S-72, S-73, S-74, S-75, S-76, S-77, S-78, S-79, S-80
15th Submarine Flotilla (Vladivostok): S-61, S-62, S-63, S-64, S-65, S-66, S-67, S-68, S-69, S-70
18th Submarine Flotilla (Petropavlovsk): S-41, S-42, S-43, S-44, S-45, S-46, S-47, S-48, S-49, S-50
19th Submarine Flotilla (Petropavlovsk): S-51, S-52, S-53, S-54, S-55, S-56, S-57, S-58, S-59, S-60
20th Submarine Flotilla (Petropavlovsk): K-21, K-22, K-23, K-24, K-25, K-26, K-27, K-28, K-29, K-30

Pacific Fleet Light Combatants Group
9th Corvette Flotilla (Petropavlovsk): 10 Lilya class corvettes
10th Corvette Flotilla (Petropavlovsk): 10 Lilya class corvettes
3rd Patrol Flotilla (Okha): 10 Project 61 "Gostinitsa" type patrol boats
6th Patrol Flotilla (Vladivostok): 10 Project 61 "Gostinitsa" type patrol boats
10th Patrol Flotilla (Anadyr): 10 P-27 class patrol ships
11th Patrol Flotilla, Pacific Fleet (Petropavlovsk): 10 P-27 class patrol ships
9th Antisubmarine Flotilla (Petropavlovsk): 10 AS-27 class subchasers
10th Antisubmarine Flotilla (Vladivostok): 10 AS-27 class subchasers
10th Antisubmarine Flotilla (Anadyr): 10 AS-33 class subchasers
4th Mine Warfare Flotilla (Vladivostok): 10 Project 71 "Gematit" light minesweepers
5th Mine Warfare Flotilla (Vladivostok): 12 Besed class mine warfare ships
4th Fast Mine Flotilla (Vladivostok): 10 Uspekh class fast minelayers
5th Fast Mine Flotilla (Petropavlovsk): 10 Uspekh class fast minelayers
13th Motor Torpedo Boat Flotilla (Vladivostok): 20 ANT-8 class MTB
14th Motor Torpedo Boat Flotilla (Vladivostok): 20 ANT-8 class MTB
15th Motor Torpedo Boat Flotilla (Okha): 20 ANT-8 class MTB
16th Motor Torpedo Boat Flotilla (Petropavlovsk): 20 ANT-8 class MTB
4th Landing Flotilla (Vladivostok): 6 Krokodil class landing ships, 1 Naval Infantry Battalion

Franco-Russian South China Sea Task Force
13th Cruiser Squadron (Cam Ranh Bay): Kiev (F), Tver, Arkhangelsk, Stavropol, Magadan, Perekop
5th Patrol Flotilla (Cam Rahn Bay): 10 Project 61 "Gostinitsa" type patrol boats
7th Mine Warfare Flotilla (Cam Rahn Bay): 10 Project 56 "Kashgar" mine warfare ships
3rd Fast Mine Flotilla (Cam Rahn Bay): 10 Project 06 "Oka" fast minelayers
8th Antisubmarine Flotilla (Cam Rahn Bay): 10 AS-27 class subchasers
8th Corvette Flotilla (Cam Rahn Bay): 5 Lilya class corvettes
17th Motor Torpedo Boat Flotilla (Cam Rahn Bay): 20 ANT-8 class MTB

Caspian Sea Flotilla
Caspian Destroyer Flotilla (Baku): Armeniya (F), Caspianskiy
14th Corvette Flotilla (Baku): 10 Lilya class corvettes
4th Patrol Flotilla (Baku): 10 Project 61 "Gostinitsa" type patrol boats
25th Mine Warfare Division (Astrakhan): 10 Project 71 "Gematit" light minesweepers

Miscellaneous Units
Tenders and auxiliary units (such as fleet tankers and repair vessels) are administered by "Fleet Services Command" at the Admiralty in Petrograd, and assigned on an as-needed basis to the various geographic commands.

Naval Refueling Group
1st Support Flotilla (Novorossiysk): Betelgeuse, Protsion, Spika, Kapella
2nd Support Flotilla (Murmansk): Rigel, Akhernar, Fomal'gaut, Al'nitak
3rd Support Flotilla (Vladivostok): Al'tair, Skorpiona, Aludra, Kinosura
4th Support Flotilla (Murmansk): Kola, Novaya Zemlya, Taymyr, Gusinya Zemlya
5th Support Flotilla (Murmansk): Elbrus, Krestovsky, Livadiyskaya, Narodnaya

Repair and Support Group
Seaplane Tenders:
Zenit: detached duty, Brest, France
Emgeiten: Murmansk, Northern Fleet
Anapa: Okha, Pacific Fleet
Ivangorod: Cam Rahn, Pacific Fleet

Torpedo Cruiser Tenders:
Dalniy: Cam Rahn, Pacific Fleet
Anadyr: Sevastopol, Black Sea Fleet
Feodosiya: Tallinn, Baltic Fleet (Special Assignments Command)

Repair Ships:
Atlantic: Northern Fleet
Tikhiy: Pacific Fleet

Cargo Vessels:
17x Sadko-class merchant ships owned by the VMF Rossii. Ships are employed primarily by Glavsevmorput or Fleet Services, but may be contracted out to serve as general merchant vessels.

Icebreaker Command
Northern Sea Route Heavy Icebreaker Group (Murmansk): Admiral Rodzhestvenskiy, Admiral Felkerzam, Admiral Nebogatov
White Sea Icebreaker Group (Arkhangelsk): Arctica, Barentsevo More, Georgy Sedov, Kareliya
Laptev-Kara Icebreaker Group (Noril'sk): Karskoye More, Laptevykh More, Lena, Angara
Sea of Okhotsk Icebreaker Group (Anadyr): Pozharsky, Stepan Malygin, Svyatogor, Yamal
Baltic Sea Icebreaker Group (Tallinn): Shkval, Sneg, Solovei Budemirochich, Tikhaya
Gulf of Finland Icebreaker Group (Kronshtadt): Sankt-Peterburg, Metel', Kuzma Minin, Vaygach
Petrograd and Lake Ladoga Harbour Icebreaker Group (Petrograd): Gavrila Derzhavin, Alexander Bestuzhev, Marina Tsvetaeva, Nikolay Nekrasov
Amur Riverine Icebreaker Command (Komsolosk-on-Amur): RL-01, RL-02
Reserve Icebreaker Group (Arkhangelsk): Belomore, Sibir, Buran, Alexsei Chirikov, Yermak, Purga

Disbanded Units
11th Cruiser Squadron (Murmansk)
3rd Submarine Flotilla (Tallinn): Temporarily disbanded
6th Submarine Flotilla (Sevastopol): Temporarily disbanded
11th Submarine Flotilla (Murmansk): Temporarily disbanded
13th Submarine Flotilla (Petropavlovsk): Temporarily disbanded
14th Submarine Flotilla (Vladivostok): Temporarily disbanded
7th Patrol Flotilla (Magadan): Temporarily disbanded
1st Antisubmarine Flotilla (Kronshtadt): Temporarily disbanded
2nd Antisubmarine Flotilla (Tallinn): Temporarily disbanded
3rd Antisubmarine Flotilla (Sevastopol): Temporarily disbanded
4th Antisubmarine Flotilla (Odessa): Temporarily disbanded
5th Antisubmarine Flotilla (Vladivostok): Temporarily disbanded
7th Antisubmarine Flotilla (Murmansk): Temporarily disbanded
2nd Corvette Flotilla (Tallinn): Temporarily disbanded
3rd Corvette Flotilla (Tallinn): Temporarily disbanded
4th Corvette Flotilla (Sevastopol): Temporarily disbanded
5th Corvette Flotilla (Astrakhan): Temporarily disbanded
6th Corvette Flotilla (Vladivostok): Temporarily disbanded
7th Corvette Flotilla (Magadan): Temporarily disbanded
6th Mine Warfare Flotilla (Cam Rahn Bay): Temporarily disbanded

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Q2/1948 Notable Ship Movements of the VMF Rossii
A general overview of the major exercises and operations being undertaken during Q1/1948 by the VMF Rossii. This list is not exhaustive. I reserve the right to make changes as necessary based on ongoing in-game activities.

Baltic Fleet
-- Operational Exercise of Special Designation Pioner (Pioneer): 13th Destroyer Flotilla (Special Assignments Command) under P. Kozyukhin participating in extended multinational naval exercise with German Navy in Baltic Sea. Large Rocket Ship Admiral Kolchak (Morozov) joins Pioner effective April 30th. (Exercise Ongoing)
-- Exercise Trekhkolesnyy (Tricycle): 1st Guard Ship Flotilla conducts snap (unannounced) antisubmarine exercise in the Gulf of Finland, practicing efforts to locate an infiltrating submarine off Tallin, Petrograd, and Viborg.
-- All active icebreakers being employed as needed around the Baltic Sea, principally in the Gulf of Finland region, Lake Ladoga, and the Baltic-White Sea Canal; most operations cease by the end of April.

Black Sea Fleet
-- Exercise Polyarnyy Briz (Polar Breeze): Large rocket ship Admiral Kolchak sails April 10th to transfer to Baltic Fleet, stopping in Mers-el-Kebir (French Algerie) before calling at Warnemünde to join Operational Exercise of Special Designation Pioner on April 30th.
-- Exercise Mesopotamiya: OG Pluton under F. Oktyabrsky conducts sea training across April, May, and June totalling 39 days at sea. Exercise includes four battleships, one aviation cruiser, four light cruisers, twelve torpedo cruisers, twelve destroyers, twenty submarines, seventy MTBs, and seven hundred aircraft flying a total of 14,600 sorties.

Northern Fleet
-- Operation Kassiopeya: OG Jove under G. Levchenko (1st Aviation Ship Squadron, 8th Cruiser Squadron, and 6th Destroyer Flotilla) sail to visit Tangier, Dakar, Aufidus, and the Gulf of Paria, crossing the equator for one day. Operations Group returns to Murmansk on May 4th, with a deployment of 127 days overall and 98 days at sea. (Exercise replaces Exercise Rubin-1 in the yearly training syllabus.) Carriers sailed with doubled pilot billets on all ships in order to conduct major training to form airgroups for the Reval-class carriers.
-- Exercise Rubin-2: OG Mars under N. Sergeyev conducts cruise and exercise beginning May 3rd in the Barents, Norwegian, and Greenland Seas. Exercise includes 2nd and 3rd Aviation Ship Squadrons, 1st and 4th Battle Squadrons, 7th and 9th Cruiser Squadrons, and 3rd, 5th, 10th, and 12th Destroyer Flotillas. OG Mars returns to port after 44 days at sea.
-- Exercise Rubin-3: OG Afina under N. Lunin conducts three-stage submarine exercise beginning June 7 involving 3rd Guard Ship Flotilla and 9th, 10th, and 17th Submarine Flotillas. (Lunin commands exercise from surface ship Yakutsk.) Elements of 10th Submarine Flotilla complete exercise early and some boats visit Brest. Most boats still at sea at the end of June.
-- Operation Ovrag (Ravine): Icebreaker Admiral Nebogatov and reserve icebreaker Sibir escort aviation cruiser Afonskoye and battlecruiser Khranitel across the Northern Sea Route to join Pacific Fleet.
-- All icebreakers active around White Sea and Arctic Ocean ports until May, when activity declines.
-- Guardship Sadko and Razin on patrol in Norweigian and Barents Seas, taking weather readings and oceanographic observations near the edge of the polar icepack.

Pacific Fleet
-- Exercise Malavi: OG Tserera under Admiral I. Yumashev conducts spring fleet cruise, departing Vladivostok April 14th for Petropavlovsk. Fleet arrives May 19th after 35 days at sea.
-- Exercise Pretoriya: OG Tserera under Admiral I. Yumashev conducts cruise to Provideniya to rendezvous with fleet forces coming across Northern Sea Route. (See Operation Ovrag.) Operations Group still at sea, returning to Petropavlovsk, at the end of June.
-- Operation Karnataka: Torpedo Cruiser Magadan (Cam Ranh Bay) dispatched to South China Sea (off Zhanjiang and Pratas Island) to observe maritime traffic for intelligence-gathering purposes.
-- Aviation cruiser Afonskoye joins the Pacific Fleet as new force flagship.

Other
-- Sail training ship Nadezhda departs Sevastopol June 21 for voyage to India, Japan and Russian Far East.
-- Seaplane tender / experimental vessel Zenit completes deployment in Brest, France, for collaborative weapons development project; ship will return to control of Northern Fleet.