December 29th local time, the upgraded frigate Marshal Shaposhnikov, which belongs to the Russian Pacific Fleet, carried out live-fire exercises of Uranus anti-ship missiles in the sea of Japan.
Subsequently, the video of the exercise was published on the official website of the Russian Ministry of Defense.
According to the Russian Ministry of Defense, Marshal Shaposhnikov targeted underwater hypothetical submarines and carried out anti-ship missile fire.
In addition, the ship also fired live fire on hypothetical air and sea targets in the waters of Peter the Great Bay.” Marshal Shaposhnikov was originally a large anti-submarine ship, but was converted into a frigate at Vladivostok, a Pacific Fleet base.
After the renovation, the ship was equipped with modern weapon systems such as the “caliber-NK” cruise missile system, the “Uranus” anti-ship missile system, and the new ship-borne automatic artillery system A-190.