As a part of the deliberate deployment to the Baltic sea, the crew of the Baltic Fleet’s Venture 20380 corvette Stoiky live-fired an anti-ship missile towards towards a naval goal that simulated a mock enemy’s fight ship. The missile fireplace was delivered from the corvette’s primary strike weapon: the Uran anti-ship missile system. the corvette’s crew additionally held an train for air protection of a ship utilizing the A-190 artillery gun. After engaging in the firing activity, the crew of the corvette Stoiky practiced the personnel’s digital warfare, ship injury management and anti-saboteur measures, interoperability and communications among the many ships that offered for the missile firing.

The Steregushchiy class (Vigilant), Russian designation Venture 20380, is the latest class of corvettes being constructed for the Russian Navy. Designed by the Almaz Central Marine Design Bureau, subsequent vessels had been constructed to an improved design (Venture 20381), incorporating the Poliment-Redut SAM system. The Steregushchiy classcarries both eight supersonic SS-N-26 (P-800 Oniks) anti-ship missiles or sixteen subsonic SS-N-25 ‘Switchblade’ (Kh-35E Uran). . It additionally carries two twin-tube launchers for 533 mm heavy torpedoes. The ship full displacement and dimensions are massive for a corvette, thus it’s designated as a frigate by NATO. The Steregushchiy class has been additional developed into the Gremyashchiy class (Venture 20385) and Venture 20386 subclasses. The export variant is named Venture 20382 Tigr.


Uran (Uranus) is shipborne anti-ship missile system, which makes use of Kh-35 missiles. The missiles utilized by this method are additionally referred as 3M24. Western reporting identify of this method is SS-N-25, or Switchblade. It was adopted by the Russian navy in 2003. It turned a successor to the P-15 Termit anti-ship cruise missile (Western reporting identify SS-N-2 Styx). Because of the comparatively mild weight of the missiles the Uran system might be carried even by missile cutters. Missiles are launched from cylindrical containers. These containers are mounted in 35° inclination. Packs of two or 4 containers are used, relying on the vessel. These containers might be reloaded.

A190, often known as AK-190 and A-190, is a modernized light-weight model of AK-100 developed by Burevestnik Central Scientific Analysis Institute that first entered service in 1997. Deliveries began to the RF Navy to switch the AK-176 gun mount in 2012 and greater than 30 techniques with a firing vary of greater than 20 km had been delivered as of 2020. The A190 is a Soviet 100mm naval cannon, with a most charge of fireside of 80 rounds per minute, firing a 26.8 kg munition in HE anti-air or HE fragmentation varieties, elevation -15 / +85 levels and traverse: ± 170 levels. Typical ammo storage: 80 rounds for a 4,000 ton class corvete. A-190 100 mm gun first used within the Talwar-class frigates is managed by a 5P-10E system that may monitor 4 targets concurrently.