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BORA 615

The Bora-class hoverborne guided missile corvette of the Russian Navy, also bears the NATO class name Dergach, is one of the few types of military surface effect ship built solely for marine combat purposes, rather than troop landing or transport. Its designation in the Soviet and Russian navies is Project 1239; the first vessel produced under this designation was Sivuch, which was later renamed Bora. It is one of the largest combat sea vehicles with catamaran design.


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LCM

The LCM (“Mike Boat”) is a river boat and mechanized landing craft used by the United States Navy and Army during theVietnam War and subsequent operations. They are currently used by governments and private organizations throughout the world. The acronym stands for “Landing Craft Mechanized, Mark 8″. (The “Mike Boat” term refers to the military phonetic alphabet, LCM being “Lima Charley Mike”.)


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NANUCHKA

The Nanuchka class was the NATO reporting name for a series of corvettes or small missile ships built for the Soviet Navy and export customers between 1969 and 1981. The Soviet designation was Project 1234 Ovod (Gadfly) Small Missile Ship. These ships were designed around the P-120 Malakhit anti ship missile. Export versions used the P-15 Termit Styx missile. Reportedly, it was the Mirazh, a Project 1234 corvette, that sank a Georgian vessel during an attempted attack on Russian ships near Abkhazia’s coast on August 10, 2008.


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HSV 2

HSV-2 Swift is a non-commissioned, hybrid catamaran originally leased by the United States Navy as a mine countermeasures and sea basing test platform. She is now privately owned and operated by Sealift Inc. and chartered to the United States Navy Military Sealift Command. She is primarily used for fleet support and humanitarian partnership missions. The HSV stands for “High Speed Vessel”, and its home port is Naval Amphibious Base Little Creek in Norfolk, Virginia.


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BORA 615

The Bora-class hoverborne guided missile corvette of the Russian Navy, also bears the NATO class name Dergach, is one of the few types of military surface effect ship built solely for marine combat purposes, rather than troop landing or transport. Its designation in the Soviet and Russian navies is Project 1239; the first vessel produced under this designation was Sivuch, which was later renamed Bora. It is one of the largest combat sea vehicles with catamaran design.


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LCM

The LCM (“Mike Boat”) is a river boat and mechanized landing craft used by the United States Navy and Army during theVietnam War and subsequent operations. They are currently used by governments and private organizations throughout the world. The acronym stands for “Landing Craft Mechanized, Mark 8″. (The “Mike Boat” term refers to the military phonetic alphabet, LCM being “Lima Charley Mike”.)


read more
NANUCHKA

The Nanuchka class was the NATO reporting name for a series of corvettes or small missile ships built for the Soviet Navy and export customers between 1969 and 1981. The Soviet designation was Project 1234 Ovod (Gadfly) Small Missile Ship. These ships were designed around the P-120 Malakhit anti ship missile. Export versions used the P-15 Termit Styx missile. Reportedly, it was the Mirazh, a Project 1234 corvette, that sank a Georgian vessel during an attempted attack on Russian ships near Abkhazia’s coast on August 10, 2008.


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HSV 2

HSV-2 Swift is a non-commissioned, hybrid catamaran originally leased by the United States Navy as a mine countermeasures and sea basing test platform. She is now privately owned and operated by Sealift Inc. and chartered to the United States Navy Military Sealift Command. She is primarily used for fleet support and humanitarian partnership missions. The HSV stands for “High Speed Vessel”, and its home port is Naval Amphibious Base Little Creek in Norfolk, Virginia.


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BORA 615

The Bora-class hoverborne guided missile corvette of the Russian Navy, also bears the NATO class name Dergach, is one of the few types of military surface effect ship built solely for marine combat purposes, rather than troop landing or transport. Its designation in the Soviet and Russian navies is Project 1239; the first vessel produced under this designation was Sivuch, which was later renamed Bora. It is one of the largest combat sea vehicles with catamaran design.


read more
LCM

The LCM (“Mike Boat”) is a river boat and mechanized landing craft used by the United States Navy and Army during theVietnam War and subsequent operations. They are currently used by governments and private organizations throughout the world. The acronym stands for “Landing Craft Mechanized, Mark 8″. (The “Mike Boat” term refers to the military phonetic alphabet, LCM being “Lima Charley Mike”.)


read more
NANUCHKA

The Nanuchka class was the NATO reporting name for a series of corvettes or small missile ships built for the Soviet Navy and export customers between 1969 and 1981. The Soviet designation was Project 1234 Ovod (Gadfly) Small Missile Ship. These ships were designed around the P-120 Malakhit anti ship missile. Export versions used the P-15 Termit Styx missile. Reportedly, it was the Mirazh, a Project 1234 corvette, that sank a Georgian vessel during an attempted attack on Russian ships near Abkhazia’s coast on August 10, 2008.


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HSV 2

HSV-2 Swift is a non-commissioned, hybrid catamaran originally leased by the United States Navy as a mine countermeasures and sea basing test platform. She is now privately owned and operated by Sealift Inc. and chartered to the United States Navy Military Sealift Command. She is primarily used for fleet support and humanitarian partnership missions. The HSV stands for “High Speed Vessel”, and its home port is Naval Amphibious Base Little Creek in Norfolk, Virginia.


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