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    Russian Navy Thread 2.


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    Those ships could also be used for electronic intelligence gathering to spy on regional neighbors. If anything the Naval SAM umbrella would help clear up the skies for Syria for the time being.

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    Would you like to elaborate on this thread name?
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    Quote Originally Posted by TR1 View Post
    Would you like to elaborate on this thread name?
    yes no more of this
    http://rus.tvnet.lv/novosti/za_rubje...s_in_www.tvnet

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    http://bmpd.livejournal.com/452896.html

    Photos of construction of one of the hull pieces for the Vladivostock Mistral, @ Baltisky Zavod.
    Thankfully this shipyard avoided death!
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    No Fuel in Russia For French-Built Warship - Deputy PM

    http://en.rian.ru/military_news/20130205/179239693.html

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    He was my North, my South, my East and West,
    My working week and my Sunday rest,
    My noon, my midnight, my talk, my song;
    I thought that love would last forever; I was wrong.

    The stars are not wanted now; put out every one:
    Pack up the moon and dismantle the sun;
    Pour away the ocean and sweep up the woods:
    For nothing now can ever come to any good.
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    Rogozin being stupid again.
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    List of diesel powered ice breakers in RUssian Service
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of...s#Soviet_Union

    Diesel-powered icebreakers


    Kapitan Khlebnikov en route to Wrangel Island
    Kapitan Belousov (1954–1991; sold to Ukraine)[5]
    Kapitan Voronin (1955–1996; broken up)[6]
    Kapitan Melekhov (1956–1994; broken up)[7]
    Moskva (1959–1998; broken up)[8]
    Leningrad (1960–1993; broken up)[9]
    Khariton Laptev (1962–??; ex-Ledokol-3; broken up?)
    Ivan Kruzenshtern (1964–; ex-Ledokol-6)[10]
    Yuriy Lisyanskiy (1965–; ex-Ledokol-9)[11]
    Kiev (1965–1993; broken up)[12]
    Murmansk (1968–1995; broken up)[13]
    Vladivostok (1969–1997; broken up)[14]
    Fyodor Litke (1970–; laid up)[15]
    Semyon Dezhnev (1971–)[16]
    Yermak (1974–)
    Admiral Makarov (1975–)
    Krasin (1976–)
    Kapitan M. Izmaylov (1976–)
    Kapitan Kosolapov (1976–)
    Kapitan A. Radzhabov (1976–)
    Kapitan Sorokin (1977–; fitted with Thyssen-Waas bow in 1991)
    Kapitan Chechkin (1977–)
    Kapitan Plakhin (1977–)
    Kapitan Nikolaev (1978–; rebuilt in 1990)
    Kapitan Chadaev (1978–)
    Kapitan Krutov (1978–)
    Kapitan Bukaev (1978–)
    Kapitan Zarubin (1978–)
    Kapitan Dranitsyn (1980–)
    Kapitan Khlebnikov (1981–)
    Magadan (1982–)
    Mudyug (1982–)
    Dikson (1983–)
    Kapitan Evdokimov (1983–)
    Kapitan Babichev (1983–)
    Kapitan Chudinov (1983–)
    Kapitan Borodkin (1983–)
    Avraamiy Zavenyagin (1984–)
    Kapitan Mecaik (1984–)
    Kapitan Deminov (1984–)
    Kapitan Moshkin (1986–)
    Karu (1988–; ex-Karhu, ex-Kapitan Chubakov; purchased from Finland)
    Tor (2000–; purchased from Sweden)[17]
    Dudinka (2006–; ex-Apu; purchased from Finland)
    Moskva (2008–)
    Sankt-Petersburg (2009–)

    Fuel additive
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    The new Russian destroyer.
    Putin himself helped design it, and 20 are to be built before 2020.
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    This is just a model of paper
    And the cruiser - a huge, the same as the "Kirov".

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    Just playing Paralay

    Though knowing Putin, he probably thought it was the new destroyer.
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    Interesting concept.
    Does the weight balance out?
    The gun mount and engine compartment seem to be all in the back. Does the VLS in the front weight that much?

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    Consider the hull form - aft beam is much wider than forward, so the distribution of buoyancy should also be biased toward the stern.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TR1 View Post




    The new Russian destroyer.
    Putin himself helped design it, and 20 are to be built before 2020.
    that's the most beautiful ship.... model. i've ever seen.

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    Adding though-balloon to Putin: "WTF am I looking at?!?"

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    Putin asked if SU-35 was PAK-FA, he was probably asking if this is Gorshkov.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TR1 View Post




    The new Russian destroyer.
    Putin himself helped design it, and 20 are to be built before 2020.
    Hell of a lot of VLS there! Anyone have a count?

    And is it nuclear-powered as was speculated?

    Unfortunately, considering the status of the Gorshkov class, they'll be lucky to get even 3 commissioned before 2020. Too many newfangled gadgets to test.

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    Ok let me be clear.

    I was joking.
    That is some stupid model that has no actual relevance to the future Russian fleet.

    Though an actual "superdestroyer" is being considered right now, which will be nothing like that monstrosity.
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    And thank god for that.


    We might actually see a stratched Gorshkov sooner then any nuclear superdestroyer. Which you predicted I think TR.


    Is there any word about the new corvette class that was supposed to have had displacement between 1000 and 2000 tons ? Or the planned rumoured new fast attack boat ?


    Andy_UE mentioned the new corvette class to be LCS sounding by the description. If I recall right.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TR1 View Post
    Putin asked if SU-35 was PAK-FA, he was probably asking if this is Gorshkov.
    maybe it some misquote.
    I think your underestimating Putin insights. see his Gold prediction.
    http://goldinvestingnews.com/32091/r...der-putin.html

    He also declared IL-476 is more than 70% new despite looking same like IL-76. so he believes in internals not just the shape.

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    Putin just declares what his aides write for him.
    He really doesn't have an indepth knowledge of military equipment, and I don't think he is that interested in their specifics either.
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    I think he is more interested in military equipment, budgeting and exercises than any other leader in this world. and he pick aides who are interested in this work. If he is not interested in military equipment than why associate his name with some thing that is not going to get any vote or create alot of employment relative to investment.

    http://www.chathamhouse.org/publicat...ve/view/189181
    In June 2012, President Vladimir Putin announced the need for a development programme for UAVs. He supported ‘a range of all types, including automated strike aircraft, reconnaissance and other types.’ The term ‘drone’ was not used. Russians refer to a bespilotnyi samolet (‘plane without a pilot’). It was revealed that Russia intends to spend around 400 billion roubles or $13 billion in the next eight years on development.
    see this progress reports about contracts.
    http://valdaiclub.com/defense/52340.html
    Are the state defense procurement contracts being fulfilled as planned? Have all the necessary contracts been signed with the defense enterprises?

    Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin, Chairman of the Government’s Military Industrial Commission, said during his recent meeting with President Vladimir Putin that to date, 94.3% of the defense orders had been placed. They met in late November, so I think the remaining orders will be placed by the end of the year.
    Last edited by JSR; 17th February 2013 at 21:21.

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    Take with a big grain of salt. Especially the 13 hundred km AShM and anti-satellite interceptor. :diablo:

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    Quote Originally Posted by TR1 View Post

    Who made those Graphics ? Is this the new generation destroyer ?
    "A map does you no good if you don't know where you are"

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    Factory "Kirovenergomash" which belongs to JSC "Kirov Plant", started to repair elements of the main propulsion plant and equipment of the destroyer (EM) "Stormy" Pacific Fleet. Correspondent Central Navy Portal source said the company.

    The factory has already received from the withdrawn EM "Stormy" details turbozubchatyh units (MAL). This year, the units will be refurbished and put to "Dalzavod" where the destroyer is in the long-term repair.

    The future plans of the company in St. Petersburg - the implementation of similar work at another sister ship Pacific Fleet.
    http://translate.googleusercontent.c...sRTntwM1EgtFLA
    So, apparently Russia is planning to repair Burnyy and also either Boevoy or Bezboyaznennyy.

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    Wow, that is surprising.

    According to the article, the propulsion assemblies from the Burnyy have already arrived at Kirovenergomash (who overhauled the Vikras turbines, which functioned flawlessly during trials). They will be repaired and delivered to Dalezavod, where the Burnyy has been tied up since 2005.
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    He really doesn't have an indepth knowledge of military equipment, and I don't think he is that interested in their specifics either.
    From what I remember, correct me if I'm wrong, but when he was stationed in Dresden Putin was part of the KGB section dealing with intelligence on Western military technology. I'm not sure he's as naive as he sometimes comes across.

    Anyway, if you're a Russian/Soviet leader and you're not interested in the military you're an idiot. The fact is that the armed forces are guarantors of just about every aspect of the Russian/Soviet state, including its existence.
    Regards, Ivan

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    Any news about Admiral Kharlamov or Admiral Nakhimov? Are they currently actively been repaired and modernizationed? I Have not read anything about Admiral Kharlamov for years even though she is a relatively new ship in comparison to other Udaloys. Yet, she has been inactive since 2006.

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    Kaliningrad factory "Amber" agreed order for the completion of the training base of "Borodino"
    http://translate.google.com/translat...544595&act=url
    Borodino to be completed as a training ship. I wonder if Russia is planning to do something about Tuman too.

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