Russian Destroyers

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Udaloy class LOA 535′ TDISP 7,500 tons (12, 1 modified Udaloy II, 9 active)Udaloy class DD Severomorsk 2019

RIMPAC 2012
RFS Admiral Panteleyev Udaloy Class 2012 Pearl Harbor US Navy 617425 Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Sean Furey

Udaloy II variant (some earlier ships may be upgraded to II standard) – Admiral Chabanenko (1999)

1024px-Admiral_Chabanenko_(ship,_1994)_-_FRUKUS_2011
U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Andre Rhoden

Sovremenny class LOA 512′ TDISP 8,500 tons (22, 6 active)

BALTOPS 2005
RFS Nastoychivy Sovremenny class destroyer 2005 participating in Baltic Ops NARA 330-CFD-DN-SD-07-00069 CDR Jamie Morrison, USN

sovremenny class destroyer Vilkovo 2019

DN-SN-94-01267
Sovremennyy class destroyer BYSTRIY 1993 NARA: 330-CFD-DN-SN-94-01267

Bespokoynyy (1991 – 2018) Musuem Ship in Kronstadt 

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[Detail of] overhead view of the Sovremenny class destroyer Stoykiy underway, 1987. Victor12 [Public domain] Originally US Navy DN-SC-88-03141
sovremenny class destroyers Severomorsk 2018
These two destroyers in Severomorsk are currently being dismantled. Based on decommissioning of Northern Fleet units, these are likely Gremyashchiy (1991 – 2006) and Rastoropnyy (1989 – 2012).

sovremenny class destroyers Severomorsk 2019

Sovremenny class hulk near Fokino 2002
Sovremenny class hulk being dismantled near Fokino. Based on Pacific Fleet destroyers, this is likely Osmotritelnyy (1984 – 1998).

Kashin class LOA 472′ TDISP 4,400 tons (25, 5 active)

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A Kashin class destroyer passing near USS Coral Sea in 1980 NARA DNSC8511137

Smetlivy (1969) – oldest active destroyer in the WorldSmetlivy Kashin Class DD Sevastopol 2017Kashin Class Destroyer Sevastopol 2017

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