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Russian Navy Neustrashimyy-class frigate Yaroslav Mudry conducts missile live firing exercise

According to information published by the Russian press agency TASS on January 20, 2021, the Russian Navy Baltic Fleet’s Project 11540 frigate Yaroslav Mudry (NATO reporting name: Neustrashimyy-class) has conducted missile live-firing against aerial targets during an exercise at sea, the Russian Defense Ministry’s press office said.


According to information published by the Russian press agency TASS on January 20, 2021, the Russian Navy Baltic Fleet’s Project 11540 frigate Yaroslav Mudry (NATO reporting name: Neustrashimyy-class) has conducted missile live-firing against aerial targets during an exercise at sea, the Russian Defense Ministry’s press office said.
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Russian Vyborg Shipyard laid the Purga ice class coastguard ship of project 23550 925 001Russian Navy Project 11540 Neustrashimy-class frigate Yaroslav Mudry. (Picture source FAR Iranian press agency)


“The frigate Yaroslav Mudry repelled a simulated enemy’s aerial attacks at Baltic Fleet sea ranges,” the press office said. The ship’s radars tracked two groups of aerial targets. Sukhoi Su-24M (Fencer-D) frontline bombers and Kamov Ka-27 (Helix) antisubmarine warfare helicopters were used to simulate adversary high-speed and low-flying aerial targets.

The ship’s crew activated shipborne electronic warfare systems and used active and passive countermeasures. The crewmen fired the Kortik (CADS-N-1 Kashtan) anti-aircraft missile/gun system to eliminate the simulated enemy’s aerial targets when they were within the engagement distance.

The Yaroslav Mudry is a Neustrashimy-class frigate, Russian designation Project 11540 Yastreb in service with the Russian Navy. The ship is designed to conduct anti-submarine warfare (ASW) operations. Two ships of this class are currently in service with the Russian navy.

The Neustrashimy-class frigate has a length of 129.9 meters, a beam of 15.6 meters, a draft of 6 meters, and a displacement of 4,250 tons. The ship is powered by a Combined gas turbine and gas turbine (COGAG) propulsion system that includes two M70 or D090 cruise and 2 M90 boost gas turbines. The ship can reach a top speed of 30 knots (56 km/h).

The Neustrashimy-class frigate is armed with eight SS-N-25 anti-ship missiles, 32 VLS (Vertical Launching System) for SA-N-9 surface-to-air missiles, one 12-tube RBU-6000 anti-submarine rocket launcher. one 100mm naval gun, and two Kashtan modern naval air defense gun-missile system using six-barrel 30 mm rotary cannon.


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