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Burniy is a Project 956 destroyer.


Pacific Fleet, Fokino


The ship was laid down on November 4, 1983 at Zhdanov Shipyard No. 190 (now called Severnaya Verf) in Leningrad; launched on December 30, 1986; commissioned on November 9, 1988.


In October 1999 the ship attended 50th anniversary of People's Republic of China in Shanghai.

On Apr 10, 2000 at 10 am the ship performed an unauthorized artillery fire at the board of large ASW ship Admiral Vinogradov.

In Aug 2005 a sailor disappeared from the ship during the cruise from Vladivostok to Qingdao, China. Reportedly, the radio operator did not return from the leave.

Since 2005 the ship has been under repair at Dalzavod Shipyard in Vladivostok.


Speed: 32 knots
Crew: 296 men
Endurance: 30 days


Standard displacement: 6,500 tons
Full load displacement: 7,940 tons
Length overall: 156.5 meters
Beam overall: 17.2 meters
Draft: 5.96 meters


2 x 50,000 shp steam turbines GTZA-647; 2 fixed pitch propellers


2 coupled gun mounts AK-130/54
4 x 30-mm six-barreled gun mounts AK-630
2 quadruple launchers of P-270 Moskit antisurface cruise missile
2 six-barreled antisubmarine rocket launchers RBU-1000
2 SAM systems Shtil
2 coupled 533-mm torpedo tubes
Ka-27 helicopter