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Incident at Map Grid 36-80 (Sluchay v kvadrate 36-80)

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Incident at Map Grid 36-80
(Sluchay v kvadrate 36-80)
36-80 Poster.jpg
Original Poster
Country SOV.jpg USSR
Directed by Mikhail Tumanishvili
Release Date 1982
Language Russian
Studio Mosfilm
Main Cast
Character Actor
Maj. Volk Boris Shcherbakov
Capt. Skiba Mihai Volontir
General Pavlov Anatoly Kuznetsov
Captain Turner Paul Butkevich
Maj. Armstrong Vytautas Tomkus
Soviet Navy Admiral Spirin Vladimir Sedov
US Navy Admiral Rink Omar Volmer

Incident at Map Grid 36-80 (Sluchay v kvadrate 36-80) is a Soviet 1982 military action movie directed by Mikhail Tumanishvili. It depicts a fictional naval incident between Soviet Navy and US Navy ships and planes in North Atlantic during the Cold War.

The following weapons were used in the film Incident at Map Grid 36-80 (Sluchay v kvadrate 36-80):



An M1911A1 pistol is a personal weapon of Capt. Turner (Paul Butkevich), US Navy submarine commander.

World War 2 issued Colt M1911A1 Pistol - .45 ACP
Capt. Turner holds his pistol.
A close view of Turner's M1911.

Unidentified revolvers

Maj. Armstrong (Vytautas Tomkus) and other crewmembers of US Navy P-3 Orion patrol plane (which is in reality a disguised Soviet IL-38) carry revolvers in holsters. Only the grips can be seen. The grips of these revolvers resemble Colt or Smith & Wesson models; it's hard to say if these guns are genuine, or visually modified, or even simple mockups. See additional images on talk page.

Two crewmembers of Orion, co-pilot Nilsen (Gunars Dalmanis) at the left and navigator Tuffi (Bob Cimba) at the right, carry revolvers in sling holsters.
The grip of Maj. Armstrong's revolver is seen.

Assault Rifles

Sturmgewehr 44 (modified to resemble M16)

During the incident with US Navy submarine a sailor carries a Sturmgewehr 44 assault rifles, visually modified with the addition of a carrying handle, a modified front sight and shorter magazines to resemble the M16 rifle.

Sturmgewehr 44 - 7.92x33mm
Sturmgewehr 44, visually modified to resemble M16 - 7.62x39 blank
A sailor fires the fake M16. Next to him is Capt. Turner (Paul Butkevich) with his M1911A1.
Another view at the fake M16.


Afanasev-Makarov AM-23

Afanasev-Makarov AM-23 aircraft guns are mounted on Soviet Tu-16 reconnaissance planes and aerial tankers in single and twin mountings.

Afanasev-Makarov AM-23 on Tu-16 tail - 23x115mm
The dorsal twin mounting is seen at the background.
The manned tail turret with twin AM-23.
The ventral twin mounting.
The single AM-23 is fixed in nose.
The dorsal mounting readies to open fire.

Gryazev-Shipunov GSh-6-30

Gryazev-Shipunov GSh-6-30 in AK-630 mountings are mounted on Soviet Kiev aircraft carrier.

GSh-6-30 (AO-18) rotary gun in an AK-630 naval installation - 30x165mm
AK-630 mountings on Kiev.
AK-630 open fire.



Soviet Navy Kiev-class aircraft carrier (Project 1143). A good view of the weapons on the ship's bow: twin mounting of RPK-1 Vikhr (SUW-N-1) ASW launcher, twin 76.2mm AK-726, twin M-11 Shtorm (SA-N-3 Goblet) SAM, containers of P-500 Bazalt (SS-N-12 Sandbox) cruise missiles.
Loading of Shtorm SAM on the carrier.
Soviet Navy Victor-class submarine (Project 671) stands in for the US Navy submarine.
Kashin-class destroyer (Project 61). It has AK-726 mounting and twin Volna (SA-N-1 Goa) SAM on the bow.
The destroyer aims the SAM and artillery at an approaching cruise missile.


A Tupolev Tu-16Z airborne tanker refuels a Tu-16R maritime reconnaissance plane, using the wing-to-wing method.
A Soviet Ilyushin IL-38 ASW plane stands for the US Navy Lockheed P-3 Orion.
A Kamov Ka-25 ASW helicopter.
A Yakovlev Yak-38 VTOL strike fighter aircraft takes off.
The Yak-38 carries UB-16-57 pods for 57mm S-7 rockets.

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