PLA Chakra / K-152 "Nerpa" pr.971I - Improved AKULA on the way to India, the end of March 2012 ( http://www.militaryphotos.net ).
One of the first photos of PLA pr.971 AKULA (probably K-284 "Shark") published in the Western media (Soviet Military Power 1987. USA. 1987).
One of the first photos of PLA pr.971 AKULA (probably K-284 "Shark") published in the Western media (photo US NAVY, 1980).
Parent PLA K-284 "Shark" pr.971 AKULA on sludge in Pavlovsk Bay, Pacific Fleet, November 1996 (photo V.Lemonosa,http://www.podlodka.su )
The second in a series of PLA pr.971 AKULA - K-263 "Barnaul" / "Dolphin" in the 45th Division of the Pacific Fleet submarines (soot MI, chart the road "Bars". Website http://shturman.vlms.ru )
PLA pr.971 built in Komsomolsk-on-Amur (plant №199, from 1983 to the present) and in Severodvinsk ("Sevmash" - plant №402, shop №50, from 1985 to 2001 ), and the original plan was planned to build 25 submarines (SSNs were laid 20). By default, the PLA pr.971.
PLA "Sperm Whale" K-322, in October 1993, the Pacific Ocean (Photo US NAVY)
Assembly shop PLA pr.971 AKULA at the Amur Shipyard (Ships and destinies. Amur Shipbuilding Plant - 70 years. Khabarovsk "Amur lists", 2002)
Construction Corps of PLA pr.971 AKULA at the Amur Shipyard (Ships and destinies. Amur Shipbuilding Plant - 70 years. Khabarovsk "Amur lists", 2002)
The main propulsion submarines pr.971 AKULA - 7-bladed propeller (left to right - one of the "Komsomol" buildings in the floating dock, and roll-out of PLA K-335 "Cheetah" with PO "Sevmash", all photos with http: // forums. airbase.ru and from the film "Submarine Squadron" Sevmash ", 2006)
Screw PLA K-480 "Ak Bars" pr.971 installed as a monument about CA "star" in Severodvinsk. Edge vnta processed and differ from the original. September-October 2013 (photo - Oleg Kuleshov, http://kuleshovoleg.livejournal.com ).
The main passive antenna HOOK CIM-540 "Skate 3" SHARK GILL PLA pr.971 ( http://paralay.iboards.ru )
Fencing cutting and sliding devices on the submarine K-157 pr.971 "Wild Boar" AKULA-II (bottom model, author - Kuznetsov AF, Severodvinsk).
Towed unit K-659 "Hall" ( http://forums.airbase.ru )