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Soviet destroyer Krasny Kavkaz

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Name: Krasny Kavkaz
Builder: 61 Communards Shipyard
Laid down: 25 November 1964
Launched: 9 February 1966
Commissioned: 25 September 1967
Decommissioned: 1 May 1998
Fate: Scrapped in 2000
General characteristics
Class and type: Kashin-class destroyer
Displacement: 4,460 tons full load
Complement: 266
  • 2 × twin 76 mm (3 in) AK-726 guns
  • 2 × twin launchers for SA-N-1 'Goa' SAM (32 missiles)
  • 1 × 5 533 mm (21 in) torpedo tubes
  • 2 × twelve barrel RBU-6000 ASW rocket launchers
  • 2 × six barrel RBU-1000 ASW rocket launchers

Krasny Kavkaz (Russian for Red Caucasus) was a Soviet, later Russian Kashin-class destroyer of the Black Sea Fleet.

Service history

From 1 June 1967 to 31 June 1967 and from 1 January to 31 December 1968 the destroyer rendered assistance to the armed forces of Egypt and from 5 October to 24 October 1973 - to the armed forces of Syria.[1] From 10 March 1981 to 19 July 1984 the ship has been repaired in Sevastopol.[1] Krasny Kavkaz was initially tasked with confronting the U.S. warships during the 1988 Black Sea incident, but due to her technical problems the frigate Bezzavetny was dispatched instead.[2]


  1. ^ a b "Large ASW Destroyer "Krasny Kavkaz"". Black Sea Fleet Information Resource. Retrieved 8 Sep 2014.
  2. ^ Алексей Овчинников (16 Feb 2012). Империя наносит последний удар (in Russian). Komsomolskaya Pravda. Retrieved 7 Sep 2014.

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