PLAN Sovremenny DDG 136, 137, 138 & 139 Thread

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  1. Iron Man
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    Well let's not get too nitpicky; the point of the illustration was exclusively as part of a series of images showcasing various VLS configurations and was not meant to represent a totally accurate post-refit Sov.
     
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    2x3 missiles per side would effectively block firing arc for forward AK-630
     
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    how?
     
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    Too high. Shooting at sea-skimmer needs depression of the gun, not elevation.
     
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    I don't see that. The height of 2x3 YJ-12 wouldn't be more than 2x2 Moskit. Remember Moskit arrangement on Sovs is a bit unusual (like hangar)
     
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    Wiki credits same diameter for both. Even with a smaller container, 3 YJ-12 will be higher than 2 Moskits
     
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