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Ladny (801) Frigate Warship


 Updated: 8/7/2017; Authored By Staff Writer; Content ¬©www.MilitaryFactory.com

Despite her late-Cold War era entry into service, the frigate Ladny 801 maintains an active presence in the modern Russian Fleet.


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Ladny (801) Technical Specifications



Service Year: 1982
Type: Frigate Warship
National Origin: Soviet Union
Ship Class: Krivak-class




Structural (Crew Space, Dimensions and Weights)



Complement (Crew): 197
Length: 405.3 feet (123.54 meters)
Beam (Width): 46.3 feet (14.11 meters)
Draught (Height): 15.1 feet (4.60 meters)

Surface Displacement: 3,420 tons

Installed Power and Base Performance



Engine(s): 2 x M62 cruising gas turbine engines developing 12,000 horsepower with 2 x M8K dash gas turbine engines developing 36,000 horsepower to 2 x Shafts in COGAG (COmbined Gas And Gas) arrangement.

Surface Speed: 30 knots (35 mph)
Operational Range: 3,041 nautical miles (3,500 miles, 5,633 km)

Armament / Air Wing



2 x 76.2mm AK-726 turreted deck guns
4 x URK-5 / SS-N-14 "Rastrub" / "Silex" Surface-to-Surface Missiles (SSMs) / Anti-Submarine Warfare (ASW) missiles.
2 x Osa-Ma-2 Surface-to-Air Missile (SAM) systems (SA-N-4 "Gecko" series).
4 x 21" torpedo tubes

Also up to sixteen naval mines.

Aircraft: None.

Global Operators



Russia; Soviet Union

Ships-in-Class / Group (40)



BUREVESTNIK-CLASS: Bditelnyy (1970); Bodryy (1971); Svirepyy (1971); Storozhevoy (1972); Razyashchiy (1973); Razumnyy (1974); Druzhnyy (1975); Dostoynyy (1971); Doblestnyy (1973); Deyatelnyy (1973); Bezzavetnyy (1978); Bezukoriznennyy (1980); Ladnyy (1980); Poryvistyy (1980); Zharkiy (1975); Retivy (1976); Leningradskiy Komsomolets (1976) (renamed Legkiy in 1992); Letuchiy (1977); Pylkiy (1979); Zadornyy (1979) BUREVESTNIK M-CLASS: Bessmennyy (1979); Gordelivy (1979); Gromkiy (1979); Grozyashchiy (1977); Neukrotimyy (1978); Pytlivyy (1982/2008); Razitelnyy (1977); Revnostnyy (1980); Rezkiy (1976); Rezvyy (1975); Ryavnyy (1980) TALWAR-SUB CLASS (INDIA): INS Talwar (F40) (2003); INS Trishul (F43) (2003); INS Tabar (F44) (2004); INS Teg (F45) (2009-2011); INS Tarkash F46 (2011/2012); INS Trikand F50 (2012)