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The Zubr-class of military hovercraft is the world's largest. It is designed to sealift landing assault units, as well as to transport and plant mines, the CRI report said. Development of Zubr landing ships started in the former …
Defense World · 7/23/2015
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Weighing over 400 tons fully loaded, it can carry three battle tanks or company of armed soldiers. The Zubr hovercraft, designed by Soviet engineers, is the world's largest and most heavily armed combat hovercraft. It …
Popular Science · 7/27/2015
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A Russian hovercraft interrupted a beautiful day at the beach for hundreds of locals at Mechnikovo, Kaliningrad. According to witnesses, the massive hovercraft produced a terrible roar and a massive wake. The gawking beachgoers quickly whipped out their ...
International Science Times · 8/22/2013
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The Zubr-class of military hovercraft is the world's largest. It is designed to sealift landing assault units, as well as to transport and plant mines, the CRI report said. Development of Zubr landing ships started in the former …
China Daily · 7/23/2015
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Silly sunbathers! Don't you know the beach is no place for puny civilians? Hundreds of beachgoers in Russia received a startling surprise on Sunday when a massive military hovercraft landed on the crowded shoreline. Sky News reports that nobody was …
The Huffington Post · 8/22/2013
A Russian hovercraft made an unexpected stop at a packed beach, while out on a tactical mission. Thankfully, no one was apparently hurt. Everyone, though, was surprised. According to Business Insider, the beach apparently belongs to the Russian military.
Kotaku · 8/22/2013
In Russia, you don't go to military base; military base goes to you. At least that's what hundreds of beachgoers near Kaliningrad learned when a nearly 200-foot-long hovercraft, spraying a plume of water 80-feet high, made an unexpected landing.
The Christian Science Monitor · ByEoin O'Carroll · 8/22/2013
The Russian Navy hit on a novel way of securing a spot on a crowded beach when they drove a massive hovercraft onto the shore while shocked sunbathers and swimmers could only look on in amazement. The huge vessel powered past swimmers sending …
Daily Mail · 8/22/2013
Russia tested the Yevgeny Kocheshkov hovercraft in a live-fire exercise on the Baltic ... According to Russia's Ministry of Defence, the MDKVP "Yevgeny Kocheshkov" Zubr-class craft completed a series of military drills, including live fire at aerial ...
International Business Times · 5/7/2015
A giant Russian military hovercraft made an amphibious landing on a beach full of stunned sunbathers along the Baltic coast. The massive 187-foot-long vessel, which rides on a cushion of air, is seen gently gliding up onto the sand as beachgoers in ...
NPR News · ByScott Neuman · 8/22/2013