Admiral of the fleet (Russia)

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This article is about the OF9-rank admiral of the fleet (Russia), not to be confused with the OF10-rank admiral of the fleet of the Soviet Union. For the equivalent OF9-rank in anglophone naval forces see admiral of the fleet; in the former Sovier Union see admiral of the fleet (USSR).
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Admiral of the fleet
(1994 - … )
since 2013 Rank insignia
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Rank insignia Russian Armed Forces
Introduction 1994
Rank group Flag officer
Army General of the army
NATO
equivalent
OF-9

Admiral of the fleet or fleet admiral (Russian: aдмирал флoта, admiral flota) is the highest naval (deck) rank of the Russian Federation. It is the equivalent of the Soviet naval rank of admiral of the fleet and the present Russian rank of general of the army. The rank is roughly equivalent to 4-star admiral ranks of other nations. Marshal of the Russian Federation is the only superior rank in the Russian armed forces.

Sequence of ranks in Russian Federation´s navy
juinor rank:
Admiral

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Admiral of the fleet
senior rank:
No


List of Russian admirals of the fleet[edit]

  • Isakov, Ivan S. (1894-1967); promoted 1944.
  • Kuznetsov, Nikolay G. (1902-1974); promoted 1944.
  • Gorshkov, Sergey G. (1910-1988); promoted 1962.
  • Kasatonov, Vladimir A. (1910-1989); promoted 1965.
  • Sergeev, Nikolay D. (1909-1999); promoted 1970.
  • Lobov, Semen M. (1913-1977); promoted 1970.
  • Smirnov, Nikolay I. (1917-1999); promoted 1973
  • Yegorov, Georgiy M. (1918-2008); promoted 1973.
  • Chernavin, Vladimir N. (b.1928); promoted 1983.
  • Kapitanets, Ivan M. (b.1928); promoted 1988
  • Sorokin, Aleksey I. (b.1922); promoted 1988.
  • Makarov, Konstantin V. (1931-2011); promoted 1989.
  • Sidorov, Vladimir, V. (b.1924); promoted 1989.
  • Gromov, Felix N. (b.1937); promoted 1996.
  • Kuroyedov, Vladimir I. (b.1944); promoted 2000.
  • Masorin, Vladimir V. (b.1947); promoted 2006.