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Crew members man the rails aboard the Soviet Slava class guided missile cruiser MARSHAL USTINOV as the Sea World airship floats overhead in welcome. The MARSHAL USTINOV is one of three Soviet ships in Mayport for a four-day goodwill visit

The Soviet Slava class guided missile cruiser MARSHAL USTINOV steams into port for a four-day goodwill visit as a formation of F/A-18 Hornet aircraft fly overhead. The vessel is one of the three Soviet ships visiting the port

The Sea World airship travels overhead as a large harbor tug follows the Soviet Slava class guided missile cruiser MARSHAL USTINOV into port. The MARSHAL USTINOV is one of the three Soviet vessels in Mayport for a four-day goodwill visit

The Soviet Slava class guided missile cruiser MARSHAL USTINOV steams into port for a four-day goodwill visit. The vessel is one of three Soviet ships visiting the port

Crew members man the rails aboard the Soviet Udaloy-class guided missile destroyer SIMFEROPOL as the vessel approaches port for a four-day goodwill visit. The SIMFEROPOL is one of three Soviet ships visiting Mayport

The Sea World airship travels overhead as a large harbor tug escorts the Soviet Slava class guided missile cruiser MARSHAL USTINOV into port beside the aircraft carrier USS SARATOGA (CV-60). The MARSHAL USTINOV is one of three Soviet vessels in Mayport for a four day goodwill visit

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