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Udaloy class LOA 535′ TDISP 7,500 tons (12, 1 modified Udaloy II, 9 active)
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)
Sovremenny class LOA 512′ TDISP 8,500 tons (22, 6 active)
RFS Nastoychivy Sovremenny class destroyer 2005 participating in Baltic Ops NARA 330-CFD-DN-SD-07-00069 CDR Jamie Morrison, USN
Sovremennyy class destroyer BYSTRIY 1993 NARA: 330-CFD-DN-SN-94-01267
Bespokoynyy (1991 – 2018) Musuem Ship in Kronstadt
[Detail of] overhead view of the Sovremenny class destroyer Stoykiy underway, 1987. Victor12 [Public domain] Originally US Navy DN-SC-88-03141
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 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)
A Kashin class destroyer passing near USS Coral Sea in 1980 NARA DNSC8511137
Smetlivy (1969) – oldest active destroyer in the World
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