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The Russian Ekranoplan: "Caspian Sea Monster" (the Lun Ekranoplan) version) . a so-called "ground effect vehicle": GEV's are sometimes "characterized as a transition between a hovercraft and an aircraft"

The Lun-class Ekranoplane was used by the Soviet Navy starting in 1987, and wasn't retired until the late 1990s, after the Soviet Union's fall. (Igor113)

Russian Lun-Class Ekranoplan (ground effect aircraft) deteriorating in a ship yard on the caspian Sea

The Soviet Navy’s Massive Lun-Class Ekranoplan Decaying by the Caspian Sea

The Soviet Navy's Massive Lun-Class Ekranoplan Decaying by the Caspian Sea

This Soviet era Lun-class ekranoplan, known as the Caspian Sea Monster, lies abandoned and corroding at Kaspiysk naval storage facility in Russia.

The Soviet Navy’s Massive Lun-Class Ekranoplan Decaying by the Caspian Sea

The Soviet Navy's Massive Lun-Class Ekranoplan Decaying by the Caspian Sea

This Soviet era Lun-class ekranoplan, known as the Caspian Sea Monster, lies abandoned and corroding at Kaspiysk naval storage facility in Russia.

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The Lun-class Ekranoplan, The only model of this class ever built, the entered service with the Black Sea Fleet in It was retired in the late and is now sitting unused at a naval station in Kaspiysk, Russia

Lun-class ekranoplan - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Lun-class ekranoplan 1 - Lun-class ekranoplan - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

aber-flyingtiger: “ northseasailor: “ celer-et-audax: “ Lun class Ekranoplan Firing a P-270 Moskit ” Some serious shit was smoked in the design office when they came up with this thing ” It’s further...

aber-flyingtiger: “ northseasailor: “ celer-et-audax: “ Lun class Ekranoplan Firing a Moskit ” Some serious shit was smoked in the design office when they came up with this thing ” It’s further.

The Soviet Navy’s Massive Lun-Class Ekranoplan Decaying by the Caspian Sea

The Soviet Navy's Massive Lun-Class Ekranoplan Decaying by the Caspian Sea

Soviet flying boat 'Lun-class ekranoplan' testing one of the six top mounted rocket silos, late 1980s - Pin by scann R

Soviet Lun-class ekranoplan firing one of its six massive Mosquito anti-ship missiles while speeding over what’s likely the Caspian Sea sometime in the late or

Lun'-class ekranoplan

Soviet KM Ekranoplan, known as the Caspian Sea Monster by US spies

The Caspian Sea Monster

Happy Wednesday (evening), I thought I’d post these awesome pictures of the Soviet Union’s Lun-class Ekranoplan rotting in a shipyard in the Russian town of.

Lun-class ekranoplan - Imgur

The Lun-class Ekranoplan, The only model of this class ever built, the entered service with the Black Sea Fleet in It was retired in the late and is now sitting unused at a naval station in Kaspiysk, Russia

Lun-class ekranoplan - posted in Flight Simulator Screenshots: aircraft  designed by Rostislav Evgenievich Alexeev and used by the Soviet & Russian  navies ...

Lun-class ekranoplan - posted in Flight Simulator Screenshots: aircraft designed by Rostislav Evgenievich Alexeev and used by the Soviet & Russian navies from 1987 to sometime in the late

Russian Lun-Class Ekranoplan (ground effect aircraft)

The only Lun-class ekranoplan, designed by Rostislav Evgenievich Alexeev, and used between 1987 and the late

Lun Class Ekranoplan in the new Soviet Monsters: Ekranoplan game on Steam! [1920x1080]

Lun Class Ekranoplan in the new Soviet Monsters: Ekranoplan game on Steam!

This is the only existing complete Lun. As of early 2012, it sat in Kaspiysk, Russia on the coast of the Caspian Sea. (Igor113)

Long before Area 51 officially became a real place, this Soviet superplane program rattled it. It was a seaplane that used ground effects to "fly" 30 feet or so above the water with large loads. ‪Search for Ekranoplan.

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