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United States Department of Defense released its 1985 assessment of Soviet Military Power at the Pentagon in Washington, DC on April 2, 1985.  The release stated "The nuclear-powered guided missile cruiser FRUNZE, second unit of the KIROV-class, at 28,000-tons displacement, is 248 meters (814 feet) in length, carries RBU-6000 rocket / launchers, 96 vertically launched SA-N-19 surface-to-surface missiles as well as ADMG Gatling guns on its foredeck.  Its radars and electronic warfare suite contribute to its surface strike and fleet defense missions.  Its afterdeck has a twin-barrell 130m-mm gun, landing platform, and handling facilities for embarked HELIX helicopters."<br />
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United States Department of Defense released its 1985 assessment of Soviet Military Power at the Pentagon in Washington, DC on April 2, 1985. The release stated "The nuclear-powered guided missile cruiser FRUNZE, second unit of the KIROV-class, at 28,000-tons displacement, is 248 meters (814 feet) in length, carries RBU-6000 rocket / launchers, 96 vertically launched SA-N-19 surface-to-surface missiles as well as ADMG Gatling guns on its foredeck. Its radars and electronic warfare suite contribute to its surface strike and fleet defense missions. Its afterdeck has a twin-barrell 130m-mm gun, landing platform, and handling facilities for embarked HELIX helicopters."
Credit: Department of Defense via CNP

Filename: 040285Soviet-Military-Power_26.jpg
Source: Consolidated News Photos
Date: 1 Apr 1985
Location: Washington District of Columbia United States of America
Credit: Department of Defense - CNP
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