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This is a glossary of acronyms and initials used for miscellaneous items, materials and nicknames in the USSR/Russia. The Latin letter names are phonetic representations of the Cyrillic originals and variations are inevitable.

  • Glossary of USSR Russian aviation acronyms – miscellaneous, materials and nicknames

MiscellaneousEdit

1923 All-Union Glider Meet

Koktebel, Ukraine[1]

1924 All-Union Glider Meet

Koktebel, Ukraine[2]

AK

Azotnaya Kislota – nitric acid[1]

AMG

Aviatsionnoye Mahslo Ghidravlicheskoye – hydraulic fluid[3]

AP

Aviatsionnyye Pravila – aviation regulations[4]

AS

Enamel [surface finish][5]

BDD

Bombardirovshchik Dal'nevo Deystviya – bomber long range specification

Bespilotnaya Tekhnika

unmanned air vehicles[1]

Burlaki

Towed escort fighter research programme[6]

BV

[stend] Bombovovo Vo'oroozheniya – bomb-loading test stand[5] Myasischev Izdeliye M test stand.

CCCP

Soyuz Sovetskikh Sotsialisticheskikh Respublik – USSR union of soviet socialist republics[7]

Dooblyor

understudy (second prototype)[2]

Dozaprahvka

refuelling[1]

EKh

aircraft ramp launcher[1] for SM-30

eksportnyy

export[1]

etalon

pre-production[1]

Forsahzhem

with afterburning[1]

Gosudarstvennyye Isputaniye

state acceptance tests

IKAR

Izmeritel'nyy Kompleks Aerogheograficheskoy Razvedki – aerogeographical prospecting measurement suite[8]

Izmenyonnoye

altered[1]

Katapool'teeruyennyy

catapult launched[1]

KME

Komsomol'sko-Molodyozhnyy Ekipazh – Komsomol youth crew[1]

Komsomolyets

communist

Kryl'ya

wings (aviation technical clubs[2]

krylo pervoy redaktsii

first edition wings[1] (for MiG-23)

KShM

Kommandno-Shtabnoy Modool – command and headquarters module[8]

KVLT

Klimovskiy Vektor Tyaghi – Klimov's vectored thrust[1]

Letayuschchiye Leghendy

flying legends[2] airshow – Monino

Létectvi a Kosmnautika

Aviation and Spaceflight[2] magazine

LFI

Lyohkiy Frontovoy Istrebitel – light tactical fighter[2] requirement

LSSh

Lyohkiy Samolyot-Shtoormovik – light attack aircraft) requirement[1]

MFI

Mnogofunktsion-al'nyy Istrebitel – multifunctional fighter[1] requirement

MS

Maghistrahl'nyy Samolyot Dvadtsat' Pervovo Veka – 21st century mainliner[2] short haul airliner family/projects

Muskulyet

muscle-power

MVL

Mesnye Vozdooshnyye Linii – civilian air routes[2]

Moskva

Moscow

NTTM

Naoochno-Tekhnicheskoye Tvorchestvo Molodyozhi – Scientific and Technical Achievements of Young Specialists[4] Science fair

OTTT

Obshchiye Taktiko-Teknicheskiye Trebovaniya – general operational requirement[2] military specification

PAK DA

(Russian: ППерспективный авиационный комплекс дальней авиации, Perspektivnyi Aviatsionnyi Kompleks Dalney Aviatsyi - Future Air Complex for Strategic Air Forces)

PAK FA

(Russian: Перспективный авиационный комплекс фронтовой авиации, Perspektivny aviatsionny kompleks frontovoy aviatsii - Future Frontline Aircraft System for Frontal Aviation),[2] 5th generation fighter programme

Perestroika

[2]

PFI

Perspektivnyy Frontovoy Istrebitel' – advanced tactical fighter[1] GOR general operational requirement

PLMI

Perspektivnyy Lyohkiy Massovyy Istrebitel' – advanced mass-produced light fighter[1] GOR general operational requirement became LFI

PT

Perekhvahtchik s Treugol'nym [Krylom] – delta-wing interceptor[9] In-house sukhoi project prefix

PU

Pooskovoye Oostroystvo [dlya SM] tridtsat – ramp launcher [for Izdeliye SM-30][1]

Pushka

cannon[1]

Redahnnaya Komponovka

step arrangement[1]

RNS

Raketa-Nositel' Samolyotnaya – air-launched space launch vehicle[1] MiG-31

Roosskiye Vitazi

Russian Knights[8] Aerobatic Team

S

(prefix) Strelovidnoye [krylo] – swept/arrow wings[9] Sukhoi Project prefix

Salon Glavno Passazheera

main passenger cabin[10]

Sdoov Pogranichnovo Sloya

boundary layer blowing/control[1]

Sekretno

classified

Severnyy Zavod

northern plant/factory[11]

SOK-UBD

Sistema Obyektivnovo Kontrolya Oochebno-Boyevykh Deystviy – combat training objective assessment system[1] test equipment fot MiG-31

Sparennoye Oopravleniye

dual controls[1]

Spetspodveski

special external stores (externally carried nuclear weapons)

Spetspodveska

special slung load (nuclear[2]

SPS-1

Sverkhzvookovoy Passazheerskiy Samolyot Pervovo Pokoleniya – first-generation supersonic airliner[11]

SM

Stend Morornyy – engine test rig[5] section of Izdeliye M wing and fuselage with two engines and representative fuel system for ground running and fuel system tests.

Strelovidnoye Krylo

swept wings[1]

SZ

Stalinskoye Zadanye – Stalins assignment[12]

T

(prefix) Treugol'noye [Krylo] – delta wings[9] Sukhoi projects prefix

TG

Toplivo Ghipergolicheskoye – hypergolic fuel (self igniting)[1]

TTT

Taktiko-Teknicheskiye Trebovaniya – tactical/technical requirements[2] military specification

Obogrev [Oroozhiya]

Weapons Heating[1]

UAK

Ooniversahl'nyy Aviatsionnyy Konteyner – cargo container[8]

UTS

Oochebnotrenirovochnyy Samolyot – conversion/proficiency trainer[2] requirement

Oopravleniye

guidance[1]

Oopravlyayemoye Oroozhiye

movable armament[1]

PKU

Pogroozochnokozlovoye Oostroystvo – cargo handling gantry crane[5]

Val'ozhka

low altitude Val'ozhka was sudden wing drop due to asymmetric torsional stiffness of the wings, high altitude Val'ozhka was caused by aerodynamic asymmetry (called Phantom Diver in RAF – un-commanded wing drop at high speeds[1]

VDNKh

Vystavka Dostizheniy Narodnovo Khozlaystva – national economy achievements exhibition[8]

VNLGSS

Vremennyye Normy Lyotnoy Godnosti Sverkhzvookovykh Samolyotov – airworthiness regulations for supersonic aircraft[11]

Zavodskiye ispytaniya

manufacturers development tests

Znamya truda

Banner of Labour[1]

Zvyozdnyy Gorodok

Star Town[8]

MaterialsEdit

AB

Aviatsionnaya Bronya – aviation armour[13] Nickel/Molybdenum/Steel alloy

AK4

Aluminium alloy[11]

AK6

Aluminium alloy[5]

AL

Aluminiy Liteynyy – Aluminium Alloy [optimised for casting][1]

D16T

Duralumin [Aluminium Alloy][5]

D16A-TV

Duralumin [Aluminium Alloy][5]

Delta drevesina

Birch veneers, impregnated with phenolic resin, layered in a mould and formed under pressure at 150degC[13]

Enerzh

stainless steel[13]

KhGSA

Nickel/Chrome/steel alloys[13]

KhMA

Chromium/Molybdenum/steel alloys[13]

KhNZA

Chromium/Manganese/Silicon/steel alloys[13]

M

mild steel[13]

MA8

Magnesium alloy[5]

ML

Magnesium alloy[11]

ML5-T4

Magnesium alloy[5]

MS

mild steel[13]

OT

Titanium alloy[11]

Shpon

Birch veneers layered and glued over a mould using casein or albumen glues[13]

V93

Aluminium alloy forgings[11]

V95A-T

Aluminium alloy)

VT

V high-strength Titanium alloy[11]

NicknamesEdit

These nicknames are used for aircraft, and/or aircraft equipment, either officially in the case of avionics or unofficially for other equipment.

Aist

Stork[1]

Akula

Shark

Almaz

Diamond[1]

Ametist

Amethyst[1]

Amur

[1]

Analog

Analogue[1]

Argon

Argon[1]

Arlekin

Harlequin[13]

Atlant

Atlas[5]

Azaliya

Azalea[5]

Baget

Picture frame[1]

Bahboochka

Butterfly[1]

Baklan

Cormorant[2]

Baku

[8]

Bar'yer

Barrier[10]

Barometr

Barometer

Bars

Snow Leopard

Bary

Barium[1]

Baza

Base[13]

Bereg

Shore[8]

Berkut

Russian: Беркут - Berkut - Golden Eagle[14]

Beryoza

Birch Tree[1]

Biryuza

Turquoise[11]

Bizon

Bison[8]

Blokha

Flea

Booket

Bouquet[2]

Boonker

Bunker[5]

Boorya

Storm[3]

Bulet

Damask steel[2]

Buran

"Бура́н" meaning "Snowstorm" or "Blizzard"[15]

Buratino

[Pinocchio][1]

Burlaki

[2]

Chaika

Seagull[16]

Chemodan

Suitcase[1]

Chornoye More

Black Sea[10]

Dooglasyonok

baby Douglas[2]

Doroga

Road[1]

Droozhba

Friendship[1]

Dub

Oak

Dyatel

Woodpecker[8]

Dyevushkovaya Mashina

Girls Machine (Grigorovich E-2 (DG-55)[13]

Efir

Ether[13]

Ekrahn

Screen[1]

Ekrahnoplan

Screen Wing

Emblema

Emblem[8]

Evkalipt

Eucalyptus[3]

Fantazmagoriya

Phantasmagoria[13]

Fasol'

String Bean[2]

Filin

Horned Owl[2]

Fleyta

Flute[16]

Fone

Background[13]

Fregat

Frigate Bird?

Fregaht

Frigate[8]

Gagara

Loon[8]

Gardeniya

Gardenia[1]

Gastronom

Food store/Pantry[1]

Gheliy

Helium[10]

Geran

Geranium[13]

Globus

Globe

Golovastik

Tadpole[17]

Gorbatyy

Hunchback[8]

Gorizont

Horizon[13]

Grad

Hail[1]

Gratch

Rook[4]

Groza

Thunderstorm[2]

Gyunesh

(Azerbaijani) Sun[10]

Igla

Needle[1]

Ilem

Elm[13]

Ingool

[river][1]

Initsiativa

Initiative[13]

Inzheer

Fig[10]

Iskra

Spark[13]

Ivolga

Golden Oriole[1]

Izumrud

Emerald[13]

Kaira

Great Auk[10]

Kalibrovshchik

Calibrator[10]

Kaplya

Drop of liquid[10]

Kara

retribution[13]

Karas

Crucian

Kaskad

Cascade[1]

Katyusha

"Катюша" meaning 'little Katy'[18]

Kedr

Cedar[5]

Khod

motion[13]

Kholod

Cold[1]

Khrizantema

Chrysanthemum[13]

Khrom

Chrome[1]

Khrom-Nikel

Nickel-Chromium[1]

Khvadrat

Square

Kinzhal

Dagger[13]

Klen

Maple[13]

Klyon

Maple[1]

Kobal't

Cobalt[17]

Komar

Mosquito[1]

Kometa

Comet[1]

Kommunar

Commune Worker[11]

Konus

Cone[1][13]

Koob

Cube[1]

Koopol

Cupola[8][13]

Koors

Heading[11]

Kop'yo

Spear[1]

Korall

Coral[1]

Korshoon

Kite (bird[13]

Krahsnyy Krest

Red Cross[2]

Krahsnyy Oktyaby

Red October[1]

Krechyet

Gerfalcon[1]

Kremniy

Silicon[19]

Kristall

Crystal[11]

Kukurachka

Kukurooza

Corn[4]

Kukurooznik

[slang] Corn-Duster[4]

Kur'yer

Courier

Kvant

Quantum[13]

Kvadraht

Square[8]

Kvitok

Receipt (colloquial – Kvitahntsiya[10]

Landysh

Lily of the Valley[2]

Lastochka

Swallow[1]

Latyshskiy Strelok

Latvian Rifleman[2]

Lazur

Azure/Prussian Blue[1]

Ledoboy

Ice Smasher[10]

Leera

Lyre[1]

Letayushchaya Trooba

flying tube[9]

Liana

Liana Creeper[8]

Limuzin

Limousine[13]

Lira

[5]

Litiy

Lithium[17]

Lotos

Lotus[13]

Luch

Beam

Luna

Lunar[1]

Lyutik

Buttercup[1]

Magniy

Magnesium[1]

Mak

poppy[13]

Makaka

Macaque (monkey[2]

Makhovik

Flywheel[1]

Malyutka

Little one / baby[19]

Mangoosta

Mongoose[8]

Manyovr

Manoeuver[1]

Marshroot

Route[13]

Materik

Continent[2]

Mayak

Beacon[1]

Mech

Sword[1]

Merkur

Mercury[13]

Metel

Snowstorm

Meteor

Meteor[13]

Meteorit

Meteorite[13]

Mikron

micron[11]

Mindahl'

Almond[1]

Mir

world[13]

Molniya

Lightning[1]

Morskoy Zmey

sea dragon[8]

Moskva

Moscow[10]

Moskit

Mosquito[2]

Mozhzhevel'nik

Juniper

Naooka

[11]

Nel'mo

[10]

Neon

Neon[10]

Nit'

Thread[8]

Nozhee

Knives[1] trim tabs

Ogonyok

Little Light[10]

Oka

a Russian river[8]

Okean

Ocean[3]

Ol'kha

Alder[2]

Opyt

Experience / experiment[20]

Orbita

[1]

Orel

Eagle[13]

Oryol

Eagle[2]

Osa

Wasp[1]

Pantera

Panther

Parol

Password[1]

Paroos

Sail[6]

Peleng

Bearing[1]

Pelikahn

Pelican[3]

Persey

Perseus[8]

Pion

Peony[13]

Pionyer

Pioneer*Pchel – Bee[13]

Pionerskaya Pravda

Pioneers Truth[2]

Plamya

Flame[1]

Pogahnka

Toadstool[8]

Pogoda

Weather[10]

Polyot

Flight[1]

Potok

Stream[1]

Preriya

Prairie[1]

Pritok

Tributary[5]

Privod

Drive[1]

Prizma

Prism[1]

Promor

person who lives by the sea

Prostor

Expanse[1]

Prozhektor

Searchlight[10]

Ptchel

Bee[13]

Ptchelka

Little Bee[13]

Puma

Puma[1]

Put'

Path/Way[3]

Pyatidesyatka

the Fifty[21]

Quantum

Quantum

Radal'

a contraction of Rahdiodal'nomer (radio rangefinder[3]

Radikal

Radical[1]

Rahdooga

Rainbow[13]

Rech

Speech[13]

Redhan

Planing Step

Relyef

Terrain[13]

Rezeda

Mignonette[1]

Rhoomb

compass point[11]

Rodina

Motherland[1]

Romb

Rhombus[1]

Rubin

Ruby[1]

Ruslan

Ruslan (Russian legendary warrior)

Rosseeya

Russia[10]

Sablya

sabre[1]

Sapfeer

Sapphire[1]

Samotsvet

Gem (old Russian[1]

Seeren

Lilac[2]

Serpey

(meaning not known – used for airborne delivered mine[8]

Sfera

Sphere[10]

Shar

Ball/Balloon[1]

Shestikrylyy Serafim

six-winged Seraph[8]

Shkval

Squall[13]

Shompol

Ramrod[1]

Shpil

Spire[13]

Shtik

Bayonet[13]

Shtyr

Rod[10]

Skal'pel

Scalpel[10]

Sibiryak

Siberian Inhabitant[10]

Sirena

Siren[1]

Skif

Scythian[1]

Skvorets

Starling[9]

Smerch

Tornado/Whirlwind[1]

Sobol

Sable

Sokol

Falcon[13]

Sopka

Hill[1]

Sorbitsiya

break-off/mis-carry/abort[13]

Soyuz

Union[1]

Sparka

twin/coupled/tandem probably derived from Sparennoye Oopravleniye – dual controls[1]:p. 56

Spasatel'

Rescue Worker[10]

Spektr

Spectrum[1]

Standart

Standard[10]

Strela

Arrow[1]

Stroona

String[3]

Svod

Vault/dome[1]

Tabletka

Pill/Tablet[10]

Taifun

Typhoon[13]

Tangazh

Pitch [angle][13]

Tarahn

Ramming attack[10]

Tigr

Tiger[8]

Topaz

Yopaz[1]

Toros

Ice Hummock[10]

Tochnost'

Accuracy[1]

Ton

Tone[13]

Toriy

Thorium[21]

Trapetsiya

Trapeze[1]

Trassa

Route[13]

Tropik

Tropic[13]

Troyanda

(Ukrainian)Rose[10]

Tsifra

number[13]

Tsiklon

Cyclone[8]

Urugan

Hurricane[13]

Utka/Ootka

Duck[1]

Ookraïna

Ukraine[10] (Ukrainian?)

Ookrop

Dill[1]

Ootyonok

Duckling[2]

Uzel

Knot[1]

V'yuga

Blizzard[1]

Veyer

Fan

Vezdelyot

fly anywhere aircraft/omniflyer[4]

Vikhr

Vortex[13]

Virazh

Turn[1]

Vishnya

Cherry[8]

Vita

Life(Ukrainian?[10]

Voskhod

Sunrise[1]

Vostok

East[8]

Vozdukh

Air[1]

Vozdooshnyy Ford

Aerial Ford[2] Yakovlev AIR-5 with cabin

Vstrecha

Rendezvous[5]

Vyaz

Elm

Vysota

Altitude[1]

Yakor

Anchor[11]

Yantar

Amber[1]

Yedinorog

Unicorn[1]

Yupiter

Jupiter[1]

Yadro

Kernel[13]

Yolka

Fir[13]

Zagon

Coral[8]

Zarevo

Glow[1]

Zarya

Dawn[1]

Zaslon

Shield/barrier[1]

Zebra

Zebra

Zhuk

Beetle[1][13]

Zhuravl

Crane [bird][13]

Zima

Winter[13]

Zlotoi Orel

Golden Eagle

Znamya Truda

Banner of Labour[16]

Zvezda

Star[1]

ReferencesEdit

  1. 1.000 1.001 1.002 1.003 1.004 1.005 1.006 1.007 1.008 1.009 1.010 1.011 1.012 1.013 1.014 1.015 1.016 1.017 1.018 1.019 1.020 1.021 1.022 1.023 1.024 1.025 1.026 1.027 1.028 1.029 1.030 1.031 1.032 1.033 1.034 1.035 1.036 1.037 1.038 1.039 1.040 1.041 1.042 1.043 1.044 1.045 1.046 1.047 1.048 1.049 1.050 1.051 1.052 1.053 1.054 1.055 1.056 1.057 1.058 1.059 1.060 1.061 1.062 1.063 1.064 1.065 1.066 1.067 1.068 1.069 1.070 1.071 1.072 1.073 1.074 1.075 1.076 1.077 1.078 1.079 1.080 1.081 1.082 1.083 1.084 1.085 1.086 1.087 1.088 1.089 1.090 1.091 1.092 1.093 1.094 1.095 1.096 1.097 1.098 1.099 1.100 1.101 1.102 1.103 1.104 1.105 1.106 1.107 1.108 1.109 1.110 1.111 1.112 1.113 1.114 1.115 1.116 1.117 1.118 1.119 1.120 1.121 1.122 1.123 1.124 1.125 1.126 1.127 1.128 Gordon, Yefim & Komissarov, Dmitry. “OKB Mikoyan”. Hinkley, Midland. 2009. ISBN 978-1-85780-307-5
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