Otvazhnyy-class destroyer

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Plamennyy c.1990
Class overview
Builders: Zvezda Shipyards, Stasnov Stasnov
Operators: Stasnovan Revolutionary Navy
Preceded by: Kashin-class
Succeeded by: Khrabryy-class
Subclasses: Otvazhnyy II-class
Built: 1976-1994
In service: 1980-present
Planned: 40
Completed: 35
Active: 28
Retired: 7
General characteristics
Class and type: Guided Missile Destroyer
Displacement: 8,000
Length: 163 metres (535 ft)
Beam: 19.3 m (63 ft)
Draught: 6.2 m (20 ft)
Propulsion: 2 shaft COGAG, 2× D090 6.7 MW and 2× DT59 16.7 gas turbines, 120,000 hp 89.456 MW
Speed: 35 knots
Range: 10,500 nmi (19,400 km; 12,100 mi) at 14 kn (26 km/h; 16 mph)
Complement: 300
Sensors and
processing systems:
  • MR-710 Fregat 3-D air search rada
  • MR-600 Voshkod 3-D air search radar
  • MR-331 Mineral surface search radar
  • 3R41 Volna fire control radar
  • 4R33 Baza fire control radar
  • MR-184 artillery control radar
  • Horse Tail LF VDS sonar and Horse Jaw bow mounted LF sonar
Electronic warfare
& decoys:
  • Zaliv EW suite
  • MR-404 jammers
  • x4 PK-10 decoy launchers
  • 48 (6 x 8) S-300F in revolver-type VLS (3K95 Kinzhal arm launcer in early ships)
  • 48 (6 x 8) 3K95 Kinzal in revolver-type VLS
  • x8 (2 × 4) P-270 Moskit anti-ship missiles/Metel ASW missiles (Otvazhnyy II)
  • x1 twin AK-130 130mm/L70 dual purpose guns
  • x4 AK-630 close-in weapons systems
  • 2×12 RBU-6000 anti-submarine mortars
  • 10 (2 x 5) 533mm torpedo tubes
Aircraft carried: 2 × Ka-27 series helicopter
Aviation facilities: Helipad and hangars for two helicopters

The Otvazhnyy-class (Pr. 31415) is a class of guided missiles destroyers of the Stasnovan Revolutionary Navy. Designed to replace the aging Kashin-class destroyers of the SRN, the base design was focused on anti-ship and anti-aircraft warfare, but a ASW-oriented sublcass, the Otvazhnyy II, was also built. The class had a production run of 18 years with several design changes, from 1976 to 1994, and makes up the majority of the SRN's destroyer force. Currently the class is being slowly replaced by the more modern Khrabryy-class.


The Stasno-Gorbatovic split in the 70s and the crises that arose from it, as well as the military conflicts that followed, forced the Stasnovan Armed Forces to start shifting their focus from nuclear warfare to more conventional warfighting to enable them to respond to such smaller scale conflicts. While this shift of focus predominately took place in the ground and air forces, the navy was also affected. The doctrine of "SSBN bastion" defence had thusfar been the central axis of the SRN's doctrine, with a heavy focus on ASW warfare, but the increased threat of Zerinite, Vazandian and Acronian surface forces - especially their aircraft carriers and heavy fleet units - forced navy planners to change their focus to surfare warfare. The Revolutionary Navy had been looking to replace the Kashin-class destroyers that were rapidly becoming obsolote, and several design bureaus submitted their drafts according to the new design requirements, which called for a large, multi-role combatant (with a focus on anti-surfare warfare) with near 7,000 tons of standard displacement. Zvezda Shipyards won the contract with their Project 31415, that was later dubbed the Otvazhnyy-class, and the first ship of the class, the SRNS Otvazhnyy herself, was laid down in 1976.


Original variant (Pr. 31415A)[edit]

Anti-aircraft warfare upgrade (Pr. 31415B)[edit]

Otvazhnyy II ASW variant (Pr. 31415.1)[edit]

Ships of the class[edit]