This 156-meter long monster is a true Motherland’s defender. The guided missile destroyer Bespokoiny is powered with a total of eight Moskit 3M80E missiles, two Shtil surface-to-air missile systems, 130-mm artillery complex and so on.
Sovremenny class destroyers (or Project 965) are the principal anti-surface warships of the Russian Navy.
Bespokoiny is a multipurose high-speed combat ship which primary role is to attack enemy warships while also providing sea and air defense for warships and transports under escort.
The ship was launched on June 9th, 1990. It took them about three years to built it.
Speed: 32.7 knots;
Autonomy: 30 days;
Cruising range: 3,920 miles;
Displacement: 8,000 tons.
The K-130 is a 130-mm automatic gun with a shooting range of 23 km.
Project 956 guided missile destroyers had been actively used up to the end of the cold war.
The ship features 16 watertight sectors and a lot of low-alloyed steel construction elements.
It was the first to be equipped with an automatic re-charging mechanism AK-130.
It also features time-fuse and radar fuse missiles.
The ship’s helicopter pad accommodates one Kamov Ka-27 anti-submarine warfare helicopter.
The ship is outfitted with the Raduga Moskit anti-ship missile system with two four-cell launchers installed. The ship carries a total of eight Moskit 3M80E missiles. The missile is a sea-skimming missile with velocity of Mach 2.5, armed with a 300Â kg high-explosive or a nuclear 200Â kt warhead. The range is from 10 to 120Â km. The launch weight is 4,000Â kg.