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D08-1210-13-82

DEFENSE INTELLIGENCE AGENCY

Soviet Navy Surface Ship ldentificatlon Guide

SEPTEMBER 1982

SOVIET NAVY SURFACE SHIP IDENTIFICATION GUIDE

DDB-1210-13-82

Information Cutoff Date: I July 1982

This is a Department of Defense Intelligence Document prepared by the Soviet/Warsaw Pact Division, Directorate for Research,

Defense Intelligence Agency

DISTRIBUTION STATEMENT

This document has been produced fo~ official use within the US Government, and distribution is limited to US Government agencies. Requests for this document from outside the US Government must "be referred to the Defense Intelligence Agency, Washington, DC 20301.

Product Manager: Mary Ann McClellan Naval Forces Branch,

Force Structure Section

PREFACE

This document is an unclassified guide to Soviet Navy surface ships and covers most classes of surface ships operated by the Navy. It is believed that publication of this information at the unclassified level will enhance its utility by insuring its dissemination to the widest possible audience. For Soviet Navy order of battle, readers are referred to the Unclassified Communist Naval Orders of Battle, DDB·1200-124-series. For explanations of ship types, see the Glossary of Naval Ship Types, DDB-1200-47-series. Other unclassified publications that readers may find useful are the Soviet Submarine Recognition Guide, DDB-1220-15-series, and Understanding Soviet Naval Developments, NAVSO P- 3560 (Rev. 1/81).

This publication could Dot have been produced without the cooperation and assistance of Mr. A. D. Baker, III, of the Naval Intelligence SUppOTt. Center (NISC), who provided all of the information on technical characteristics. Particular thanks are due to Mr. John R. Lewis, also of NISC, for the loan of many photographs. Appreciation for photog· raphy is also due to Mr. Robert A. Carlisle, head of the Still Photo Branch of the Navy Office of Information, and to Mrs. Patty M. Maddocks and Mrs. Dorothy Sappington of the Photographic Library of the US Naval Institute. Special thanks are due to L T Richard R. Burgess. USN. and LT Bruce C. Martin. USN. of the Defense Intelligence Agency (Fleet Operations and Special Programs Section) for providing the primary recognition features. The tedious chore of screening several hundred photographs for use in this document was performed by CDR William K. Boland, USNR-R, LCDR Michael C. Buzas, USNR-R, and LCDR Ernest C. Milner. USNR-R. The Defense Intelligence Agency takes full responsibility for any errors in this publication.

Questions and comments concerning this publication should be referred in writing to the Defense Intelligence Agency (ATTN: DB-IC). Washington, D.C. 20301. Requests for additional copies should be forwarded through command approval channels, as appropriate, to DIA (ATTN: RTS-2A). using DO Form 1142, Interagency Document Request, in accordance with DIA Manual 59-3, DIA Reference Library.

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CHAPTER 1

CHAPTERS

Aircraft Carriers

CHAPTER 2

Principal Surface Combatants

MARGIN INDEX

To use bend book in half C_H_A_P_T_E_R_3

and follow margin index to Patrol Combatants

page with black edge marker.

CHAPTER 4

Amphibious Warfare Ships

CHAPTER 5

Mine Warfare Ships

CHAPTER 6

Coastal Patrol-River/Roadstead Craft

CHAPTER 7

Amphibious Warfare Craft

CHAPTER 9

Mine Warfare Craft

CHAPTER 10

Underway Replenishment Ships

Material Support Ships

CHAPTER 11

CHAPTER 12

Fleet Support Ships

Other Auxiliaries

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CONTENTS

Chapter 1 Aircraft Carriers

Guided Missile VSTOL Aircraft Carriers (CVHG)

KIEV Class . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . .. 1-1

Chapter 2

Principal Surface Combatants

Guided Missile Aviation Cruisers (CHG)

MOSKV Class............................................... 2·1

Nuclear-Powered Guided Missile Cruisers (CGN)

KIROV CLass 2·3

Guided Missile Cruisers (CG)

KARA Class. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 2-5 KRESTA I Class. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 2-7

KREST A II Class , 2·10

KYNDA Class , 2·13

SVERDLOV Class , 2·15

Light Cruisers (CL)

SVERDLOV Class , , 2-16

Guided Missile Destroyers (DDG)

KANIN Class 2-19

KASHIN Class 2-21

MOD KASHIN Class , 2-24

KILDIN Class , 2·26

KOTLIN Class , 2-28

SOVREMENNYY Class 2·30

UDALOY Class 2-33

Destroyers (DD)

KOTLIN Class , 2-36

MOD KOTLIN Class. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 2-39

MOD KILDIN Class 2-41

SKORYY Class , 2-43

MOD SKORYY Class , 2-46

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T ARANTUL I Class Patrol Combatants (PC)

PAUK" Class """""."."" ""." " ".. 3-9

PO:TIClass ""."." " ".". 3-11

Patrol Sh.ips (PGF/WPGF)

T-58 Class " ." ." " " , , , .. '. " 3-14

3-8

Guided Missile Frigates (FFG)

KRIVAK I Class " .. "." " '. , " " 2-48

KRIV AK II Class " . " " .. " " .. " .. " _ . , , , . . .. 2-51

Frigates (FF)

KONI Class , . ' , . , , , . , . , .. 2-53

RIGA Class .. ,. , , . , .. , .. , , , , . .. 2-56

Corvettes (FFL)

GRISHA I Class , . , . , . , . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 2-58

GRISHA III Class "."."."." "." " , ,. . . . . . .. 2-59

MIRKA I Class , . , . , 2·61

MIRKA II Class , . , .. , " , . _ .. 2-63

PETY A I Class " "."." " " " "....... 2-65

MODPEYTA ,J...Class , ." . , . , ." . , ." , , . , , . , .. 2-68

PETYA II Class " , , , 2-71

MOD ,PETY A II Class , . , . , , . _. 2-74

Corvettes (WFFL)

GRISHA II Class

Chapter 3 Patrol Combatants

Guided Missile Patrol Combatants (Hydrofoil) (PGGH)

SARANCHA, Class _ _ . , ' . , " . . . . .. 3-1

Guided Missile Patrol Combatants (PGG)

NANUCHKA I Class , . , , . , , . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 3-3

NANUCHKA III Class .. , ,........... 3-6

Patrol Ships (WPGF)

IVAN SUSANIN Class ." ' ' ' . .. 3-16

OKHTENSKIY Class .. , ." ." ." " " 3-18

SORUM Class ". ,.' _." "" .. , .. " " 3-19

T-43 Class. , . " ' , , ' . , . ' _ ' , ' , , . ' , , , . ' , 3-21

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Reconnaissance Patrol Combatants (PGR)

T-43 Class 3-23

T-5S Class 3-25

Chapter 4 Amphibious Warfare Ships

Amphibious Assault Transport Docks (LPD)

IVAN ROGOV Class , .. , ,.. 4-1

Amphibious Vehicle Landing Ships (l.ST)

ALLIGATOR Class , , , , , , , . . . .. 4-4

ROPUCHA Class .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 4-6

Medium Amphibious Assault Landing Ships (LSM)

POLNOCNY Class

Type A , . , , , , . . . .. 4-9

Type B. " , " '" 4-11

TypeC ,. 4-13

Chapter 5 Mine Warfare Ships

Fleet Minesweepers (MSF)

NATYA I Class , , ,." "...... 5-1

NATYA II Class '" " " , " ,. 5-3

T-43 Class , . , , , . . . . . .. 5-5

YURKA Class , , , , " 5-7

Minelayers (MM)

ALESHA Class , , . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 5-9

Chapter 6

Coastal Patrol-River/Roadstead Craft

Missile Attack Boats (Hydrofoil) (PTGH)

MATKAClass , , , 6-1

Missile Attack Boats (PTG)

OSA I Class , , , , , , , , ,. 6-2

OSA II Class . _ , , , , . .. 6-3

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Submarine Chasers (Hydrofoil) (PCSH)

BABOC'HKA Class 6-4

Submarine Chasers (PCS/WPCS)

S.O.IClass 6-5

Submarine Chasers (WPCS)

ST'ENKA Class. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 6-7

Torpedo Boats (Hydrofoil) (PTH)

TURY A Class. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 6-9

Torpedo Boats (PT)

SHERSHEN Class 6-11

River Monitors (PM)

SHMEL Class ' 6-12

Chapter 7 Amphibious Warfare Craft

ChapterS Mine Warfare Craft

Utility Landing Craft (LCU)

VYDRA Class . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 7-1

Utility Landing Craft (Air Cushion) (LCUA)

AISTClass 7-2

Medium Landing Craft (Air Cushion) (LeMA)

LEBED Class 7-4

Personnel Landing Craft (Air Cushion) (LCP A)

GUS Class. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 7-5

Inshore Minesweepers (MSI)

YEVGENYAClass 8-10

Minesweeping Boats (MSB)

K-8 Class . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 8-12

Coastal Minesweepers (MSC)

SASHA Class 8-1

SONYA Class . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 8-3

VANYAIClass 8-5

VANYA II C.lass . .. .. .. .. . . .. . . . .. .. . . . .. .. . . . .. . . . .. .. . . .. .. .. 8-7 ZHENY A Class. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 8-8

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OLYA Class

8-13

Minesweeping Drones (MSD)

IL YUSH.A Class . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 8-14

Chapter 9 Underway Replenishment Ships

Stores Ships (AF)

MAYAK Class 9-1

Oilers (AO)

ALTAY Class. . . . .. .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. .. . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . .. 9-3

KHOBI Class 9-5

KONDA Class 9-6

NERCHA Class

9-8

OLEKMA Class 9-9

PEVEK Class 9-11

SOFIYA Class 9-12

Replenishment Oilers (AOR)

BEREZINA Class. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 9-14

BORIS CHILIKIN Class 9-16

DUBNA Class 9-18

KAZBEK Class . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 9-20

POLYARNIK Class 9-22

UDA Class. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 9-24

Water Tankers (A W)

MANYCH Class . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . .. 9-26

VODA Class .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 9-28

Chapter 10 Material Support Ships

Missile Tenders (AEM)

AMGA Class . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 10- I ANDIZHAN Class . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 10-3

LAMA Class 10-5

Patrol Craft Tenders (AGP)

LAMA Class 10-7

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Repair Ships (AR)

AMUR Class .. ' . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-9

OSKOL Class 10-11

Submarine Tenders (AS)

ATREK Class ,., , ,", 10-13

DON Class " 10-14

UGRAClass _. _. _ 10-16

Chapter 11 Fleet Support Ships

Ocean Tugs (ATA)

GORYNClass 11-1

OKHTENSKIY Class , " . . . . . . . . .. 11-3

ROSLA VL Class 11-5

SORUM Class 11-7

Submarine Rescue Ships (ASR)

NEPA Class 11-9

PRUT Class 11·10

T·58 Class , 11·12

Salvage and Rescue Ships (ARS)

INGUL Class 11·13

KATUN I Class " 11·16

MIKHAIL RUDNITSKIY Class 1 1·17

OKHTENSKIY Class 11·18

ORELClass 11·20

P AMIR Class , , 11- 22

Chapter 12 Other Auxiliaries

Deperming Ships (ADG)

PELYM Class ., .. ,' " .. , ,.' ,. ' ,'" '. 12·1

SEKSTAN Class 12-3

Miscellaneous Auxiliaries (AG)

KEY LA Class , ' 12-5

ONEGA Class. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 12·6

T·43 Class , ' , .. " 12-7

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TOMBA Class 12-9

VYTEGRALES Class 12-11

Icebreakers (AGB)

DOBRYNY A NIKITICH Class 12-14

IVANSUSANINClass 12-16

Experimental Aux.iliaries CAGE)

DESNA Class 12-18

KOLOMNACIass 12-20

MOMA Class 12-22

POTOKCIass 12-24

SIBIR Class 12-25

Intelligence Collection Ships (AGI)

ALPINIST Class 12-27

BAL'ZAM Class 12-28

DNEPR Class 12-31

MAYAK Class 12-32

MIRN'yy Class 12-35

MOMA Class 12-37

NIKOLA Y ZUBOV Class 12-40

OKEANTRAWLERClass 12-43

PAMIR Class 12-46

PRIMORYE Class 12-49

Buoy Tenders (AGL)

SURA Class 12-52

Oceanographic Research Ships (AGOR)

ABKHAZIY A Class 12-55

AKADEMIK KRYLOV Class 12-58

DOBRYNY A NIKITICH Class 12-6]

NEV'EL'SKOY Class 12-62

NIKOLAY ZUBOV Class , 12-65

POLYUS Class 12-68

YUG Class 12-70

Hydrographic Survey Ships (AGS)

BIYAClass 12-73

FINIK Class 12-75

KA MEN KA Class 12-77

MOMA Class 12-79

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SAMARA Class 12·82

Hospital Ships (AH)

OB' Class 12-84

Cargo Ships (AK)

ANDIZHAN Class 0 • 0 ••..• 0 •••••• 0 •... 0 • 0 0 0 ••••• 0 •... 12-86

CHULYM Class 0 •.••• 000 o •• 0 •..•.•.•.......•••••••• 0 012-88

DONBASS Class 0 0 0 0 • 0 ••• 0 • 0 .••• 0 • 0 ..•.•• 0 0 ••.• 0 0 0 •. 0 ••• 0 ••• 12-89

KEY LA Class 0 0 0 •• 0 •.• 0 • 0 0 0 0.0 •••••••.....••.• 12-90

MP-6 Class 0 •.•••••.... 0 0 0 .•.•.•• 0 0 •••.•.•• 0 .... 0 ••.• 12-92

YUNYY PARTIZAN Class o. _.0 •••••••••... _ 0 000 ••• 0 .••. 0 .. 00 •.• 12-94 Cargo Ships (AKIW AK)

IVON ANTONOV Class 0 •• 0 0 . 0 •..•• 0 •.•.•• 0 0 0 •.•. 0 • 0 •.••..• 0 •.• 12-97 TELNOVSK Class ... 0 • 0 • 0 ••••••...• 0000 .•.•.• 0 •..• 0 • 0 • 0 ••• 0 •.. 12-99 Cargo Ships (wAK)

KHABAROVClass .0 •.......• 0 •.••• 0 •.....• 0 .• 0 •••• 0 0.0. 0 0" .12-101

Special Liquids Tankers (AOS)

LUZAClass .. o 0.0 ••.•.•. 0 0 0 0 •••••••••• 0 0 0.0.0 ••••••... 0 ...•.• 12-103 URAL Class o. 0 •..••• 0 • 0 ••• 0 0 • 0 • 0 •••••.•.• 0 •• 0 ••••••.•... 0 0 0 012-104

VALA Class. 0 0 •••••••.....• 0 •••••.• o ••••• 0 ••.•.• 0 •....... 0 •• 12-106

Transports (AP)

MIKHAIL KALININ Class 0 ••••....• 0 •.••• 0 • 0 •. 12-107

Cable Ships (ARC)

EMBA Class .. 0 0 •• 00.0 0 0 0 ••• 0 • 0 •.....•.••.•.• 0 0 ..•••••.• 12·108

KLASMA Class 0 •.•••.•••..... 00 ••••.• 0 0 o ••••• 12·109

Training Ships (AXT)

MA YAK Class 0 ••••• 0 0 0 ••••.•. 0 .....••.•..• 0 • 0 •...•••.• 12-112

SMOL'NYY Class ..... 0.' 0 ••••••. 00 ....•.••.•. 000.0. 0.00. 0.12-114

UGRA Class. 0 .•• 0 ••• 0 0 ••.•••. 0 0 0 ...• 0 ••.•• 0 0 0 0 0 0 .•.•.•. 12-116

WODNIK Class 0 •.•. 0 .•... 0. 0 0 .•.•.•.•... 0 • 0 0 ••••• 0 •.....•.•• 12-118

Appendixes

A. List of Abbreviations .. 0 •• 0 ••.•. 0 .. , .. 0 0 0 ••••. , •...•.• 0 .•. 0 • 0 • , .• A-I

B 0 List of Soviet Type Nomenclature 0 .•••••.••.. , .. 0 0 ••.• 0 • 0 • 0 0 B-1

CHAPTER I

Aircraft Carriers

Guided Missile VSTOL Aircraft Carriers

KIEV Class CVHG

Soviet Type Nomenclature: TAKR ~ Takticheskoye Avianosnyy Kreyser (Tactical Aircra.ft·Carrying Cruiser) Displacemenr It f1): 37,100

Length/BeamlDraft (m): 273.0/47.2 including sponson (32.7 waterline)/8.2 Speed:

Max Designed (knots): 32

M ax: Sustained/Endurance (knotsl N M): 31/4, 000 Economical/Endurance (knots/NM): 18/13,5 00

IDe: 1976 Weapons:

Missile Systems:

SSM 4 twin SS·N·12 launchers

SAM 2 twin SA-N·S launchers (72 missiles); 2 twin SA·N·41aunchers (40 missiles) ASW: 1 twin SUW·N·I rocket launcher; 2 RBU·6000 rocket launchers

Guns: 2 (win 76.2-mm DP; 8 30·mm Gatling AA

Torpedo Tubes: 2 53-cm quintuple sets

Aircraft: About 12 FORGER AlB; 16·19 HORMONE AlBIC helicopters; flight deck; hangar

Primary Recognition Feature: The angled flight deck and massive island superstructure are distinctive.

1·1

1·2

1-3

CHAPTER 2

Principal Surface Combatants

Guided Missile Aviation Cruisers

MOSKVA Class CHG

Soviet Type Nomenclature: PKR - Protivolododmyy Kreyser (Antisubmarine Cruiser) Displacement (t fl): 17,000

Length/Beam/Draft (m): 189.0/34.117.7

Speed:

Max Designed (knots): 31

Max Sustained/Endurance (knots/NM): 29/4,500 Econom ical/ End urance (knots/N M): 12/14,000

IOC: 1968 Weapons:

Missile Systems:

SAM 2 twin SA·N·3 launchers

ASW: 1 twin SUW·N·l rocket launcher; 2 RBU·6000 rocket launchers Guns: 2 twin 57'mm AA

Aircraft: 14 HORMONE AlB helicopters; flight deck: hangar

Primary R.ecognition Feature: The staircase superstructure is a key recognition feature.

2-1

2·2

Nuclear-Powered Guided Missile Cruisers

KIROV Class CGN

Soviet Type Nomenclature: RKR - Raketnyy Kreyser (Missile Cruiser) Displacement {t fIJ: 28.,000

Length/Beam/Draft (m): 248.0/28.0/8.8

Speed:

Max Designed (knots): about 32

Max Sustained/Endurance (knots/NM): Not available Cruising/Endurance (knots/NM): Not available

lOG: 1981 Weapons:

Missile Systems:

SSM 20 SS·N·19 recessed tubes (20 missiles)

SAM 12 SA·N-6 vertical launch positions; 2 twin SA-N·4 launchers (40 missiles) ASW I twin SS·N·14 launcher

Other ASW: I RBU-6000 rocket launcher; 2 RBU-IOOO rocket launchers Guns: 2 single 100-mm DP; 8 .30-mm Gatling AA

Torpedo Tubes: 2 53·cm quadruple sets

Aircraft: 3 HORMONE A/B helicopters; flight deck; hangar

Remarks: This class uses a combined nuclear reactor and oil-fired superheater system to supply steam to the turbines; this limits unrefueled endurance.

Primary Recognition Feature: The towering superstructureand long foredeck are characteristic.

2·3

2-4

Guided Missile Cruisers

KARA Class CG

Soviet Type Nomenclature: BPK - Bol'shoy PmrivoJodochnyy Korabf (Large Antisubmarine Ship) Displacement (t f1): 9,700

Length/Beam/Draft (m): 173.0/18.6/6.7

Speed:

Max Designed (knots); 34

Max Sustained/Endurance (knots/NM): 3.2/3,000 Cruising/End urance (knots/NM): 15/8,800

IOC: )972 Weapons:

Missile Systems:

SAM 2 twin SA·N·S launchers; 2 twin SA·N·4 launchers (40 missiles) A5W 2 quadruple 5S·N·H launchers (8 missiles)

Other ASW: 2 RBU-6000 rocket launchers; 2 RBU·IOOO rocket launchers Guns: 2 twin 76.2·mm DP: 4 30·mm Gatling AA

Torpedo Tubes: 2 53'cm quintuple sets

Aircraft: 1 HORMONE A helicopter; flight deck; hangar

Primary Recegnition Feature: The massive square stack and single conical mast with TOP SAIL radar are distinctive.

2·5

2-6

KREST A I Class CG

Soviet Type Nomenclature: RKR - Raketnyy Kreyser (Missile Cruiser) Displacement (t fl): 7,600

Length/BeamlDraft (m): 155.5117.0/6.0

Speed:

Max Designed (knots): 35

Max Sustained/Endurance (knots/NM): 32/2,400 Economical/Endurance (knots/NM): 14110,500

IOe: 1967 Weapons:

Missile Systems:

SSM 2 twin SS-N-3h launchers (4 missiles) SAM 2 twin SA-N·} launchers

ASW: 2 RBU-6000 rocket launchers; 2 RBU-IOOO rocket launchers

Guns: 2 twin 57-mm AA; also 4 30-mm Gatling AA on the Yiue-Admirel Drozd Torpedo Tubes: 2 53-cm quintuple sets

Aircraft: 1 HORMONE B helicopter; flight deck; hangar

Primary Recognition Feature: A ship of this class is distinguished by its horizontal SS-N-3h launchers, tower superstructure, and HEAD NET C air search radar.

2-'

2-8

2·9

KREST A II Class CG

Soviet Type Nomenclature: .BPK - Bo} 'shoy Protivolodochnyy KorabJ' (Large Antisubmarine Ship) Displacement (t £1): 7.700

Length/Beam/Draft (m): 159.0/]7.0/6.0

Speed:

Max Designed (knots): 35

Max Sustained/Endurance (knots/NM): 32/2,400 Economical/Endurance (knots/NM): 14/10,500

IOC: 1970 Weapons:

Missile Systems:

SAM 2 twin SA·N·3 launchers

ASW 2 quadruple SS-N·14 launchers (8 missiles)

Other ASW: 2 RBU·6000 rocket launchers; 2 RBU·]OOO rocket launchers Guns: 2 twin 57'mm AA; 4 30'mm Gatling AA

Torpedo Tubes: 2 53'cm quintuple sets

Aircraft: 1 HORMONE A helicopter; flight deck; hangar

Primary Recognition Feature: A ship of this class is distinguished from a KRESTA I by its canted SS-N·l4 launchers and shorter tower superstructure with TOP SAIL radar.

2-10

2·11

2-12

KYNDA Class CG

Soviet Type Nomenclature: RKR - Rakecnyy Kreyser (Missile Cruiser) Displacement (I £1): 5,500

Length/Beam/Draft (m): 141.7/15.8/5.3

Speed:

Max Designed (knots): 36

Max Sustained/Endurance (knots/NM): 34/2,050 Cruising/Endurance (knots/NM): 14.5/7,000

JOe: 1962 Weapons:

Missile Systems:

SSM 2quadruple SS-N-3b launchers (16 missiles) SAM 1 twin SA-N·} launcher

ASW: 2 RBU-6000 rocket launchers

Guns: 2 twin 76.2-mm DP; 4 30-mm Gatling AA on the Varyag Torpedo Tubes: 2 53-cm triple sets

Aircraft: Landing pad

Primary Recognition Feature: These ships are distinguished by their twin tower superstructures and the "hot-dog pack" SS-N -Sb launchers fore and aft.

2-13

2-14

SVERDLOV Class CG

Soviet Type Nomenclature: KR - Kreyser (Cruiser) Displacement.Ir fl): 17.200

Length/Beam/Draft (m): 210.0/22.017.2

Speed:

Max Designed (knots): 32.5

Max Sustained/Endurance (knots/NM): 32/2,470 Economical/Endurance (knots/NM): 13.5/10.180

IOC: 1950; 1962 (conversion) Weapons:

Missile Systems:

SAM 1 twin SA·N·2 launcher

Guns: 3 triple 152·mm; 6 twin 100-mm DF; 8 twin 37-mm AA Mines: Not available

Primary Recognition Feature: The Dzerzhinskiy is distinguished by its [win-arm SA-N-2 launcher afore the aft turret.

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Light Cruisers

SVERDLOV Class CL

Soviet Type Nomenclature: KR ~ Kreyser (Cruiser) Displacement (t fl): 17,.200

Length/Beam/DraJt (m): 210.0/22.0/7.2

Speed:

Max Designed (.knots):32.5

Max Sustained/Endurance (knots/NM):. 32/2,.470 Economical/Endurance (knots/N M): 13.5/10,180

IOC: 1950 Weapons:

Missile Systems:

SAM 1 twin SA·N·4 launcher (20 missiles) 011 the Admiral.5enyavin and the Zhdanov

Guns: 4 triple 152·mm on nine. units; 2 triple 152-mm on the AdmiraJ Senyavin; 3 triple l52-mm on the Zhdanov; 6 twin 100'mm DP; 16 twin 37'mm AA; 4 or 8 twin 30-mm AA on six units

Mines: Not available

Aircraft: 1 HORMONE helicopter, flight deck, and hangar on the Admiral Senysvi»; landing pad on the Zhdanov

Remarks: The Admiral Senyavin and the Zhdanov have been modified aignificantly, Four other units have been modernized with new AA guns.

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2-18

Guided Missile Destroyers

KANIN Class DDG

Soviet Type Nomenclature: BPK - BoJ'shoy Ptotivolodocbnyy Korabl' (Large Antisubmarine Ship) Displacement (t fl): 4,750

Length/Beam/Draft (m): 1 ~9.0/15.0/5.0

Speed:

Max Designed (knots): ~6

Max Sustained/Endurance (knots/NM): 32/1,075 Cruising/Endurance (knots/NM): 15/4,550

IOC: 1959; 1968 (conversion from KRUPNYY to KANIN) Weapons:

Missile Systems:

SAM ) twin SA·N·} launcher ASW: 3 RBU-6000 rocket launchers

Guns: 2 quadruple 57-mm AA; 4 twin 30·mm AA Torpedo Tubes: 2 53-em quintuple sets

Aircraft: Landing pad

Primary Recognition Feature: The two quadruple gun mounts forward are distinctive.

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KASHIN Class DDG

Soviet Type Nomenclature: BPK - Bol'shoy PIocivoJodochnyy Korabl' (Large Antisubmarine Ship) Displacement (t fl): 4,500

Length/Beam/Draft (m): 144.0/15.8/4.7

Speed:

Max Designed (knots): 38

Max Sustained/Endurance (knots/NM): 36/1.500 Cruising/Endurance (knots/NM): 20/4.000

IOC: 1963 Weapons:

Missile Systems:

SAM 2 twin SA-N-l launchers on all units except Provarayy; I single SA-NX-7 launcher on Provomyy ASW; 2 RBU-6000 rocket launchers; 2 RBU-IOOO rocket launchers on all units except Provornyy

Guns: 2 twin 76.2-mm DP

Torpedo Tubes: 1 53'em quintuple set Mines: Not available

Aircraft: Landing pad

Primary Recognition Feature: These ships are distinguished by their "oil derrick" masts. (There is "cash in" oil; hence. KASHIN.)

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MOD KASHIN Class DDG

Soviet Type Nomenclature: BPK - Bol' shoy Protivolodochnyy Korabl' (Large Antisubmarine Ship) Displacement (t fl): 4,600

Length/Beam/Draft (m) :147.0/15.8/5.0

Speed:

Mal( Designed (knots): 37

Max Sustained/Endurance (knots/NM): 35/1,500 Cruising/Endurance (knots/NM); 20/4,000

IOe: 1973 (modification) Weapons:

Missile Systems:

SSM 4 SS·N·2c launchers (4 missiles) SAM 2 twin SA-N·l launchers

ASW: 2 RBU-6000 rocket launchers

Guns: 2 twin 76.2-mm DP; 4 30-mm Gatling AA Torpedo Tubes: 1 53·em quintuple set

Aircraft: Landing pad

Primary Recognition Feature: These ships are distinguished from standard KASHINs by their four aftpointing SS-N-2e launchers.

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KILDIN Class DDG

Soviet Type Nomenclature: BRK- Bol' shoy Raketnyy Korsbl' (Large Missile Ship) Displacement (t £1): 3,500

Length/Beam/Draft (m): 126.5/13.0/4.6

Speed:

Max Designed (knots): 38

Max Sustained/Endurance (knots/NM); 34/1,050 C raising/End ura nee (knots/NM): 18/3,600

roc: 1958 Weapons:

Missile Systems:

SSM I single SS-N -1 launcher (9 missiles) ASW: 2 RBU-2500 rocket launchers

Guns: 4 quadruple 57-mm AA

Torpedo Tubes: 2 53-cm twin sets

Primary Recognition Feature: The large SS-N-llauncher aft is a key recognition feature.

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KOTLIN Class DDG

Soviet Type Nomenclature: EM - Eskadrennyy Minonasets (Destroyer) Displacement (t fl): 3,500

Length/Beam/Draft (m): 126_5/13.0/4.6

Speed:

Max Designed (knots): 38

Max S ustained/ End urance (knots/N M): 34/1,050 Cruising/Endurance (knots/NM): 18/3,600

me: 1962 (conversion) Weapons:

Missile Systems:

SAM 1 twin SA-N-l launcher

ASW: 2 RBU-6000 or RBU-2500 rocket launchers

Guns: 1 twin 130-mm DP; 1 quadruple 45-mm AA; 4 twin 30-mm AA on some units Torpedo Tubes: 1 53-cm quintuple set

Remarks: The Bravyy has three quadruple 45-mm AA.

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2-29

SOVREMENNY'y Class DDG

Soviet Type Nomenclature: EM - Eskadrennyy Minonosets (Destroyer) Displacement. (t £I): 7,800

Length/Beam/Draft (m): 156.0/17.3/6.5

Speed:

Max. Designed (knots): 35

Max Sustained/Endurance (knots/NM): 32/2,400 Cruising/Endurance (knols/NM): Not available

IOe: 1981 Weapons:

Missile Systems:

SSM 2 quadruple launchers

SAM 2 single SA-NX-7 launchers ASW: 2 RBU·IOOO rocket launchers

Guns: 2 twin 130·mm DP; 4 30-mm Gatling AA Torpedo Tubes: 2 53'cm twin sets

Mines: Not available

Aircraft: 1 HELIX helicopter; flight deck; telescoping hangar

Primary Recognition Feature: A ship of this class is distinguished by its spheroid gun mounts, the prominent radome above the bridge, and the flight deck and hangar located immediately aft of the funnel.

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UDALOY Class DDG

Soviet Type Nomenclature: BPK - BoJ'shoy ProriyoJodochnyy KorabJ' (Large Antisubmarine Ship) Displacement (t £1): 7,900

Length/Beam/Draft (m): 162.0/19.3/6.2

Speed:

Max Designed (knots): 35

Max Sustained/Endurance (knotsINM): 32/2,000 Cruising/Endurance (knots/NM): 20/6,000

roc 1981 Weapons:

Missile Systems:

SAM 8 vertical launch positions

ASW 2 quadruple SS·N·14 launchers (8 missiles) Other ASW: 2 RBU·6000 rocket launchers

Guns: 2 single 100-mm DP; 4 30-mm Gatling AA Torpedo Tubes: 2 53-em quadruple sets

Mines: Not available

Aircraft: 2 HELIX helicopters; flight deck; 2 hangars

Primary Recognition Feature: These ships are distinguished by their canted SS-N·14 launchers, twin banks of torpedo tubes, twin helicopter hangars, and four funnels.

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Destroyers

KOTLIN Class DD

Soviet Type Nomenclature: EM - Eskadrennyy Minonosets (Destroyer) Displacement « rn. 3,500

Length/Beam/Draft (m): 126.5/13.0/4.6

Speed:

Max Designed (knots): 38

Max Sustained/Endurance (knots/NM): 34/1,050 Cruisingl End urance (knotsl NM): 18/3,600

roc, 1954 Weapons:

ASW: 6 depth charge mortars; 2 depth cbarge racks

Guns: 2 twin ISO-mm DP; 4 quadruple 45-mm AA; 2 twin 25-mm AA Torpedo Tubes: 2 53-cm quintuple sets

Mines: 56 maximum

Aircraft: Landing pad on the Svetlyy

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2-38

MOD KOTLIN Class DD

Soviet Type Nomenclature: EM - Eskadrennyy Minonosets (Destroyer) Displacement (t £1): S,500

Length/Beam/Draft (m): 126.5/13.0/4.6

Speed:

Max Designed (knots): 38

Max Sustained/Endurance (knots/NM): 34/1,050 Cruising/Endurance (knots/NM): 18/3,600

roc 1960 (modification) Weapons:

ASW: 2 RBU·2500 rocket launchers; 2 RBO·600 rocket launchers

Guns: 2 twin ISO'mm DP; 4 quadruple 45·mm AA; 2 or 4 twin 25·mm AA Torpedo Tubes: 1 53-cm quintuple set

Mines: 56 maximum

Remarks: The Moskovskiy Komsotnolets has two RBU-6000 rocket launchers forward, but no ASW weapons aft; in 1978 it received a variable depth sonar on its stern.

Primary Recognition Feature: This modification is distinguished by the replacement of the after bank of torpedo tubes with a deckhouse.

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MOD KILDIN Class DD

Soviet Type Nomenclature: BRK - Bo/'shoy Raketnyy Kotsbl' (Large Missile Ship) Displacement (t £I): 3,500

Length/Beam/Draft (m): 126.5/13.0/4.6

Speed:

Max Designed (knots): 38

Max Sustained/Endurance (knots/NM): 32/1,050 Cruising/End urance (knots/N M): 18/3,600

roc, 1973 (modification) Weapons:

Missile Systems:

SSM 4 SS·N ·2c launchers (4 missiles) ASW: 2 RBU-2500 rocket launchers

Guns: 2 twin 76.2-mm DP; 4 quadruple 45- or 57-mm AA Torpedo Tubes: 2 53·cm twin sets

Remarks: One unit has 45-mm AA; the other two have 57-mm AA.

Primary Recognition Feature: A ship of this class is distinguished from the KILDIN Class DDG by the reo placement of the 55·N·I launcher with two gun mounts and the addition of the aft-pointing 5S-N-2c launchers.

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SKORYY Class DD

Soviet Type Nomenclature: EM - Eskadrennyy Minonoset» (Destroyer) Displacement (t £I): 3,181

Length/Beam/Draft (m): 121.2/12.0/4.5

Speed:

Max Designed (knots): 33.5

Max Sustained/Endurance (knots/NM): 30/840 Economical/End urance (knotslN M): 14/3,500

IOe: 1949 Weapons:

ASW: 2 depth charge mortars; 2 depth charge racks

Guns: 2 twin 130-mm DP; 1 twin 85·mm DP; 4 twin or 7 single 37'mm AA; 2 or 3 twin 25-mm AA Torpedo Tubes: 2 53-cm quintuple sets

Mines: 50 maximum

Primary Recognition Feature: This class is characterized by its "scooped" funnels (hence, "scooped SKORYY") and the two banks of torpedo tubes amidships.

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MOD SKORYY Class DD

Soviet Type Nomenclature: .EM - Eskadrcunyy Minonosets (Destroyer) Displacement (t fl): 3,200

Length/Beam/Draft (m): 121.2/12_0/4.5

Speed: '

Max Designed (knots): 33.5

Max Sustained/Endurance (knots/NM): 32/940 Economical/Endurance (knots/NM): 14/3,550

roc. 1960 (modification) Weapons:

ASW: 2 RBU·2500 rocket launchers; 2 depth charge racks Guns: 2 twin lSO-mm DP; 5 single 57-mm AA

Torpedo Tubes: 1 53-cm quintuple set

Mines: 50 maximum

Primary Recognition Feature: A ship of this class is distinguished from a standard SKORYY by the replacement of the forward bank of torpedo tubes with a deckhouse.

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KRIVAK I Class FFG

Guided Missile Frigates

Soviet Type Nomenclature: SKR - Storozhevoy Korebl' (Patrol Ship) Displacement « £1): 3,800

Length/Beam/Draft (m): 123.5/14.1/4.6

Speed:

Max Designed (knots): 32

Max Sustained/Endurance (knots/NM): 31/1,600 Cruising/Endurance (knots/NM): 20/4,600

IOC: 1970 Weapons:

Missile Systems:

SAM 2 twin SA-N-4 launchers (40 missiles) ASW 1 quadruple SS-N-14 launcher (4 missiles) Other ASW: 2 RBU-6000 rocket launchers

Guns: 2 twin 76.2-mm DP

Torpedo Tubes: 2 53-cm quadruple sets Mines: 20 maximum

Primary Recognition Feature: The KRIV AK is distinguished by its square funnel (hence, "square stack KRfV AK") and stepped-down fantail ("broken back KRIV AK").

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2-50

KRIVAK II Class FFG

Soviet Tjpe Nomenclature: SKR - Storozhevoy Korsbl' (Patrol Ship) Displacement (t £I): 3,800

Length/Beam/Draft (m): 123.5/14.1/4.6

Speed:

Max Designed (knots): 32

Max SustainedlEndurance (knotsINM): 31/1.600 Economical/Endurance (knots/NM): 20/4,600

IOe: 1976 Weapons:

Missile Systems:

SAM 2 twin SA-N-4 launchers (40 missiles) ASW 1 quadruple SS·N-H launcher (4 missiles) Other ASW: 2 RBU·6000 rocket launchers

Guns: 2 single 100-mm DP

Torpedo Tubes: 2 53-em quadruple sets Mines: 20 maximum

Primary Recognition Feature: The characteristic step-down has been moved farther aft because of the extension of the aft upper deck edge to accommodate the new guns.

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Frigates

KONI Class FF

Soviet Type Nomenclature: SKR - Storozhevoy Korebl' (Patrol Ship) Displacement (t £1): 1,900

Length/Beam/Draft (m): 95.0/12.8/4.2

Speed:

Max Designed (knots): 27

Max: Sustained/Endurance (knots/NM): Not available EconomicallEndurance (knots/NM): 14/1,800

IOe: 1976 Weapons:

Missile Systems:

SAM 1 twin SA-N-4 launcher (20 missiles)

ASW: 2 RBU-6000 rocket launchers; 2 depth charge racks Guns: 2 twin 76.2-mm DP; 2 twin 30-mm AA

Mines: 20 maximum

Remarks: Units of this class are built primarily for export.

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2-55

RI G A ClassFF

Soviet Type Nomenclature: SKR - Storozbevoy Koreb!' (Patrol Ship) Displacement (t fI): 1,510

Length/Beam/Draft (m): 91.0/10.2/3.2

Speed:

Max Designed (knots): 30

Max Sustained/Endurance (knots/NM): 28/550 Economical/Endurance (knots/NM): 13/2.000

JOe: 1952 Weapons:

ASW: 2 RBU-2500 rocket launchers; 2 depth charge racks

Guns: 3 single 100-rom DP; 2 twin 37-mm AA; 2 twin 25-mm AA on some units Torpedo Tubes: 1 53'cm twin or triple set

Mines: 28 maximum

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Corvettes

G RISHA I Class FFL

Soviet Type Nomenclature: MPK - Malyy Protivolodochnyy Korabl' (Small Antisubmarine Ship) Displacement (t (1): 1,200

Length IBe.am/Draft (m): 71.6/9.8/3.7 Speed:

Max Designed (knots): 30

Max Sustained/Endurance (knots/NM): 27/950 Economical/Endurance (knots/NM): 10/4,500

roc 1968 Weapons:

Missile Systems:

SAM 1 twin SA·N·4 launcher (20 missiles)

ASW: 2 RBU·60DD rocket launchers; 2 depth charge racks Guns: 1 twin 57'mm AA

Torpedo Tubes: 2 53'cm twin sets Mines: 18 maximum

Primary Recognition Feature: A ship of this class is distinguished by the "Q·Tip cluster" RBU-60DD rocket launchers on the forward superstructure,

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GRISHA III Class FFL

Soviet Type Nomenclature: MPK - Malyy Protivalodochnyy Karabl' (Small Antisubmarine Ship) Displacement « £I): 1,200

Length/Beam/Draft (m): 71.6/9.8/3.7

Speed:

Max Designed (knots): 30

Max Sustained/Endurance (knols/NM): 27/950 Economical/Endurance (knots/NM): 10/4,500

IOe: 1975 Weapons:

Missile Systems:

SAM 1 twin SA-N·4 launcher (20 missiles)

ASW: 2 RBU-6000 rocket launchers; 2 depth charge racks Guns: 1 twin 57-mm AA; 1 30-mm Gatling AA

Torpedo Tubes: 2 53-em twin sets

Mines: 18 maximum

Primary Recognition Feature: The Gatling gun mounted on the aft deckhouse distinguishes a ship of this class from a GRISHA I Class unit.

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MIRKA I Class FFL

Soviet Type Nomenclature: SKR - Storozhevoy Korab/' (Patrol Ship) Displacement « £I): 1,150

Length/Beam/Draft (m): 82.4/9.2/2.9

Speed:

Max Designed (knots): 32

Max Sustained/Endurance (knots/NM): 30/500 Cruising/Endurance (knots/NM): 10/4,800

IOC: 1963 Weapons:

ASW: 4 RBU·6000 rocket launchers; 1 depth charge rack on some units Guns: 2 twin 76.2-mm DP

Torpedo Tubes: I 40·cm quintuple set

Primary Recognition Feature: The radar mast amidships is most distinctive (hence, "mast-in-the-middle MIRKA").

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MIRKA II Class FFL

Soviet. Type Nomenclature: SKR - Storozhevoy Koiebl' (Patrol Ship) Displacement (I fI): 1, ISO

Length/Beam /Draft Im): 8204/9.2/2 _ 9

Speed:

Max Designed (knots): 32

Max Sustained/Endurance (knots/NM): 3D/SOD Cruising/Endura nee (knotslN M); 10/4,800

lOG: 1965 Weapons:

ASW: 2 RBU-6000 rocket launchers; I depth charge rack on some units Guns: 2 twin 76.2-mm DP

Torpedo Tubes: 2 40-cm quintuple sets

Primary Recognition Feature: A ship of this class has tWO sets of torpedo tubes; a MIRKA I Class unit has only one set.

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PETYA I Class FFL

Soviet Type Nomenclature: SKR - Storothevoy Korabl' (Patrol Ship) Displacement (t £1): 1,150

Length/Beam/Draft (m): 81.8/9.2/2.9

Speed:

Max Designed (knots): 32

Max Sustained/Endurance (knots/NM): 29/450 Economical/Endurance (knots/NM):. 10/4,870

roc 1960 Weapons:

ASW: 4 RBU-250Q rocket launchers; 2 depth charge racks Guns: 2 twin 76.2-mm DP

Torpedo Tubes: I 40-cm quintuple sel Mines: 22 maximum

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MOD PETYA I Class FFL

Soviet Type Nomenclature: SKR - Storozhevoy Koteb]' (Patrol Ship) Displacement (t fI): 1,150

Length/Beam/Draft (m): 81.8/9.2/2.9

Speed:

Max Designed (knots): 32

Max Sustained/Endurance (knot.s/NM): 29/450 Economical/Endurance (knots/NM): 10/4,870

IOC: 1965 (modification) Weapons:

ASW: 2 RBU·2500 rocket launchers; 1 depth charge rack on some units Guns: I or 2 twin 76.2·mm DP

Torpedo Tubes: I 40·cm quintuple set

Remarks: PETYA Is have been modified to four different configurations. Several units have a mediumfrequency towed sonar in a new raised stern deckhouse, One unit has a very large variable depth sonar exposed at its stern (no raised stern). Another unit has a deckhouse abaft its stack replacing its torpedo tubes and a complex towing array, reels, and winch on its stern. Another unit has a small, boxlike deckhouse at its extreme stern.

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PETYA II Class FFL

Soviet Tjpe Nomenclature: SKR - Storozhevoy Katsbl' (Patrol Ship) Displacement (t f1): I, 160

Length/Beam/Draft (m): 81.8/9.2/3.0

Speed:

Max Designed (knots): 32

Max Sustained/Endurance (knots/NM); 29/450 Economical/Endurance (knots/NM): 10/4,870

IOe: 1967 Weapons:

ASW: 2 RBU·6000 rocket launchers; 2 depth charge racks Guns: 2 twin 76.2-mm DP

Torpedo Tubes: 2 40·cm quintuple sets Mines: 22 maximum

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MOD PETYA II Class FFL

Soviet Type Nomenclature: SKR - Storazhevoy Karabl' (Patrol Ship) Displacement (t £1): 1,180

Length/Beam/Draft (m): 82.5/9.2/3.0

Speed:

Max Designed (knots): 32

Max Sustained/Endurance (knots/NM): 29/450 Economical/Endurance (knots/NM): 10/4,870

IOe: 1978 (modification) Weapons:

ASW: 2 RBU·6000 rocket launchers Guns: 2 twin 76.2-mm DP

Torpedo Tubes: 1 40-cm quintuple set Mines: 22 maximum

Remarks: A deckhouse for a variable depth sonar has been added at the stern.

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Corvettes

GRISHA II Class WFFL

Soviet Type Nomenclature: PSKR - Pogranichniy Storozhevoy Korab/' (Border Patrol Ship) Displacement (t £1): 1,200

Length/Beam/Draft (m): 71.6/9.8/3.7

Speed:

Max Designed (knots): 30

Max Sustained/Endurance (knots/NM): 27/95,0 Economica l/Endurance (knots/NM): 10/4,5,00

IOC: 1974 Weapons:

ASW; 2 RBO-6000' rocket launchers; 2 depth charge racks Guns: 1 or 2 twin 5,7·mm AA

Torpedo Tubes: 25,3·cm twin sets

Mines: 18 maximum

Remarks: These ships are operated by the KGB.

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Patrol Combatants

Guided Missile Patrol Combatants (Hydrofoil) SARANCHA Class PGGH

Soviet Type Nomenclature: Not available Displacement « 11): 320

Length/Beam/Draft (m): 53.6 (50.6 foils extended)/3i .. 3 (23.5 foils extended)/2.6 (7.3 foils extended) Speed:

Max Designed (knots): 58

Max Sustained/Endurance (knots/NM): Not available Cruising/Endurance (knotsINM): Not available

IOC: 1977 Weapons:

Missile Systems:

SSM 2 twin SS·N·9 launchers (4 missiles) SAM I twin SA-N·4 launcher (20 missiles) Guns: I 30·mm Gatling AA

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NANUCHKA I Class PGG

Guided Missile Patrol Combatants

Soviet Type Nomenclature: MRK - Malyy Raketnyy Korsbl' (Small Missile Ship) Displacement (t £1): 770

Le.ngth/Beam/Dralt (m): 59.3/l2.6/2,4

Speed:

Max Designed (knots): 32

Max Sustained/Endurance (knots/NM): 30.5/900 Economical/Endurance (knot.s/NM): 12/2,500

IOe: 1969 Weapons:

Missile Systems:

SSM 2 triple SS·N·9 launchers (6 missiles) SAM 1 twin SA·N·4 launcher (20 missiles) Guns: 1 twin 57·mm AA

Remarks: Earlier units have open blast deflectors; later units were built with closed deflectors.

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