Slavnyy-class destroyer

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Neustrashimyy c.1973
Class overview
Builders: 7 Noyabrya Shipyards, Stasnov Stasnov
Operators: Stasnovan Revolutionary Navy
Preceded by: Izvestnyy-class
Succeeded by: Otvazhnyy-class
Built: 1960-1982
In service: 1963-2007
Planned: 25
Completed: 18
Cancelled: 7
Lost: 1
Retired: 17
General characteristics
Class and type: Guided Missile Destroyer
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3,900 tons standard,
4,850 tons full load
Length: 151.79 metres (489 ft)
Beam: 16.2 m (53.14 ft)
Draught: 4.72 m (15.5 ft)
Propulsion: 2 shaft COGAG; x2 M8E gas turbines M3 unit aggregate
Speed: 38 kn (70 km/h; 44 mph) (4 gas turbines on full power)
Range: 3,500 nmi (6,480 km; 4,030 mi) at 18 kn (33 km/h; 21 mph)
Complement: ~320
Sensors and
processing systems:
  • MR-300 Angara air search radar (MR-310 Angara-M on Pr.31105B)
  • MR-500 Kleaver surface search radar
  • 4R90 fire SAM control radar
  • MR-105 Turel artillery fire control radar
  • Volga surface search radar
  • Don surface/navigational radar
  • MG-312 Titan sonar
Electronic warfare
& decoys:
TK-5 Grusha
Armament:
  • Pr. 31105A
    • 2x2 M-1 Volna (48 missiles)
    • 2x2 twin 76 mm (3 in) AK-726 guns
    • 2x RBU-12000 300 mm (11.8) ASW rocket launcher
    • 2x5 533 mm (21 in) torpedo tubes
  • Pr.31105B
    • 2x2 M-1 Volna (48 missiles)
    • 2x2 twin 76 mm (3 in) AK-726 guns
    • 1×4 URK-5 (SS-N-14 'Silex') SSM/ASW missiles
    • 2x AK-230 30mm CIWS (AK-630 in post 1976 ships)
Aircraft carried: 1x Ka-18/25/27
Aviation facilities: Helipad

The Otvazhnyy-class (Pr. 31105) is a class of guided missiles destroyers of the Stasnovan Revolutionary Navy. The class was classified as a "large ASW ship" (BRK) in Stasnovan nomeclature, but was intended to fullfil both anti-submarine and anti-aircraft warfare, though it was supplemented by the contemporary Izvestnyy-class in the latter. Construction of the first ship of the class began in 1960 and the vessel was commissioned in 1963. The class served in the Stasnovan and Zolevskoyan navies until the mid 00s.