Russian Navy Callsigns

I haven’t amended the Callsign list here for over a year and there has been quite a few additions and changes in that time. Clicking on the link below will open the file in PDF format.


I am still aware that the list is used elsewhere without any form of credit or recognition. This includes the use by unscrupulous companies that create databases and then sell the information at extortionate prices.

This list takes lots of time and research by those that are involved in its creation and I am currently deciding whether to continue with having the list here – in particular because of the companies that use this info to line their own pockets yet give nothing back in return.


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