Military Factory logo
Icon of F-15 Eagle military combat fighter aircraft
Icon of Abrams Main Battle Tank
Icon of AK-47 assault rifle
Icon of navy warships
Icon of a dollar sign
Icon of military officer saluting
National Flag Graphic

IRIN Damavand (77)

Frigate Warship

OVERVIEW
HISTORY
SPECIFICATIONS
COMPLEMENT
SHIPS-IN-CLASS
ARMAMENT
Overview



IRIN Damavand, laid down in 2007, represents one of the newer additions to the modern Iranian Navy - the vessel was commissioned in March of 2015.
History



Detailing the development and operational history of the IRIN Damavand (77) Frigate Warship.  Entry last updated on 12/4/2018. Authored by Staff Writer. Content ¬©www.MilitaryFactory.com.
The Moudge-class is a frigate warship group developed and constructed by local Iranian industry. It serves the modern Islamic Republic of Iran Navy (IRIN) with seven total vessels were planned for the series: three having been completed, four under construction (as of December 2018), and two in active service. IRIN Damavand (F-77) makes up one of the group's number, the third of the class to be launched (2013). She was heavily damaged in a January 2018 incident which has subsequently removed her from active service with the IRIN.

Displacement runs 1,500 tons. Dimensions of the vessel include a running length of 310 feet, a beam of 36.4 feet, and a draught of 10.7 feet. Drive power is from 2 x 10,000 horsepower output engines coupled with 4 x Diesel generators giving the vessel a maximum speed of 30 knots in ideal conditions. Aboard is a complement of about 130 to 140 personnel.

Armament consists of 1 x 76mm Fajr-77 turreted deck gun over the forecastle, 4 x Qader Anti-Ship Missiles (ASMs), 2 x Mehrab Surface-to-Air Missiles (SAMs), 1 x 40mm Anti-Aircraft (AA) gun, 2 x 23mm AA autocannons , and 2 x 324mm triple torpedo tubes.

Her outward design is conventional with modern fighting frigates. The turret is in the "A" position towards the bow with the helipad at the stern (supporting a single medium-lift transport/Anti-Submarine Warfare helicopter). The bridge section is of a low profile design with an exposed mast seated just aft. Aft of this is a radar fit and enclosed, low-profile smoke funnel. The helipad makes up the last section of the ship.

January 2018 - IRIN Damavand struck the breakwater at Bandar-e-Anzali on January 10th, 2018 and ultimately sank due to the extensive damage. It will most likely be struck from active status with the Iranian Navy as a result.




Specifications

YEAR: 2015
STATUS: Commissioned, in Active Service
OPERATOR(S): Iran
CREW/COMPLEMENT: 130
LENGTH: 308 ft (93.88 m)
BEAM: 36.4 ft (11.09 m)
DRAUGHT: 10.7 ft (3.26 m)
DISPLACEMENT: 1,500 tons
CREW/COMPLEMENT: 130
People symbol graphic
People symbol graphic
People symbol graphic
People symbol graphic
People symbol graphic
People symbol graphic
People symbol graphic
People symbol graphic
People symbol graphic
People symbol graphic
People symbol graphic
People symbol graphic
People symbol graphic
People symbol graphic
People symbol graphic
People symbol graphic
People symbol graphic
People symbol graphic
People symbol graphic
People symbol graphic
People symbol graphic
People symbol graphic
People symbol graphic
People symbol graphic
People symbol graphic
People symbol graphic
People symbol graphic
People symbol graphic
People symbol graphic
People symbol graphic
People symbol graphic
People symbol graphic
People symbol graphic
People symbol graphic
People symbol graphic
People symbol graphic
People symbol graphic
People symbol graphic
People symbol graphic
People symbol graphic
People symbol graphic
People symbol graphic
People symbol graphic
People symbol graphic
People symbol graphic
People symbol graphic
People symbol graphic
People symbol graphic
People symbol graphic
People symbol graphic
People symbol graphic
People symbol graphic
People symbol graphic
People symbol graphic
People symbol graphic
People symbol graphic
People symbol graphic
People symbol graphic
People symbol graphic
People symbol graphic
People symbol graphic
People symbol graphic
People symbol graphic
People symbol graphic
People symbol graphic
People symbol graphic
People symbol graphic
People symbol graphic
People symbol graphic
People symbol graphic
People symbol graphic
People symbol graphic
People symbol graphic
People symbol graphic
People symbol graphic
People symbol graphic
People symbol graphic
People symbol graphic
People symbol graphic
People symbol graphic
People symbol graphic
People symbol graphic
People symbol graphic
People symbol graphic
People symbol graphic
People symbol graphic
People symbol graphic
People symbol graphic
People symbol graphic
People symbol graphic
People symbol graphic
People symbol graphic
People symbol graphic
People symbol graphic
People symbol graphic
People symbol graphic
People symbol graphic
People symbol graphic
People symbol graphic
People symbol graphic
People symbol graphic
People symbol graphic
People symbol graphic
People symbol graphic
People symbol graphic
People symbol graphic
People symbol graphic
People symbol graphic
People symbol graphic
People symbol graphic
People symbol graphic
People symbol graphic
People symbol graphic
People symbol graphic
People symbol graphic
People symbol graphic
People symbol graphic
People symbol graphic
People symbol graphic
People symbol graphic
People symbol graphic
People symbol graphic
People symbol graphic
People symbol graphic
People symbol graphic
People symbol graphic
People symbol graphic
People symbol graphic
People symbol graphic
People symbol graphic
PROPULSION: 4 x Diesel generators with 2 x Diesel turbine engines developing 10,000 horsepower (each) while driving 2 x Shafts..
SPEED: 30 kts (35 mph)
SHIP CLASS: Moudge-class
SHIPS-IN-CLASS (7): Sahand (74); Jamaran (76); Damavand (77); Dena (); Unnamed (); Sahand (74); Unnamed (); Unnamed ()
Navy ship graphic
Navy ship graphic
Navy ship graphic
Navy ship graphic
Navy ship graphic
Navy ship graphic
Navy ship graphic
Armament



1 x 76mm Fajr-77 turreted deck gun.
4 x Qader Anti-Ship Missiles (ASMs).
2 x Mehrab Surface-to-Air Missiles (SAMs).
1 x 40mm Anti-Aircraft (AA) gun.
2 x 23mm AA guns.
2 x 324mm Triple torpedo tubes.
Air Wing



1 x Bell 214 series anti-ship helicopter (or similar).




Site Disclaimer  |  Privacy Policy  |  Cookies  |  Site Map

www.MilitaryFactory.com. Site content ©2003- MilitaryFactory.com, All Rights Reserved.

The "Military Factory" name and MilitaryFactory.com logo are registered ® U.S. trademarks protected by all applicable domestic and international intellectual property laws. All written content, illustrations, and photography are unique to this website (unless where indicated) and not for reuse/reproduction in any form. Material presented throughout this website is for historical and entertainment value only and should not to be construed as usable for hardware restoration, maintenance, or general operation. We do not sell any of the items showcased on this site. Please direct all other inquiries to militaryfactory AT gmail.com.

Part of a network of sites that includes GlobalFirepower, a data-driven property used in ranking the top military powers of the world, and WDMMA.org, the World Directory of Modern Military Aircraft.


Facebook Logo YouTube Logo