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In the Russian Federation to 2018 g it is planned to create a closed radar field of the SPRN system

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Before 2018, Russia plans to create a closed radar field of the missile attack warning system (SPRN), said Pavel Kurachenko, deputy commander-in-chief of the VKS,.


In the Russian Federation to 2018 g it is planned to create a closed radar field of the SPRN system
Radar SPRN meter range "Voronezh-M"

“At the first stage, before 2018, it is planned (...) to create a closed radar field of the ground-based missile warning system, to begin deploying elements of an anti-space system equipped with weapons on new physical principles, ”said Kurachenko.

According to him, work continues on integrating into a single system all the forces and means of military-space defense. By 2021 g, the “pioneer” in this area will be the western region of Russia.

"By 2021, as a result of the development work" Selection ", a head section will be created in which it is planned to integrate all the forces and means capable of solving the tasks of aerospace defense - both existing and prospective - within the borders of the western region", - reported the general.
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  1. rasputin17
    rasputin17 21 December 2016 16: 18
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    Actually, it was planned to do it a quarter century ago !!! But all the same, that even with a delay, it’s also not bad !!! This is better than nothing !!! hi
    1. nnm
      nnm 21 December 2016 16: 21
      +5
      It's good that Gorbachev and Yeltsin did not have time to cut everything to please the striped "friends" ...
    2. vkl.47
      vkl.47 21 December 2016 16: 22
      +1
      Here you are nimble as a panos. Soon only a fairy tale affects but not soon the thing is done
    3. kapitan92
      kapitan92 21 December 2016 16: 55
      +7
      Quote: rasputin17
      Actually, it was planned to do it a quarter century ago !!!

      Actually, there was a radar umbrella in the USSR. Gorbach was the first to "pass" the Krasnoyarsk radar station, and then it fell. In the Baltics, a fully operational Daryal-type station was defiantly blown up shortly after independence. According to experts, under pressure from NATO, Kiev closed its anti-missile radars of the Dnepr type. Another radar station was in Azerbaijan near the village of Gabala. It was considered the most powerful in the world. But she also stopped her work. Only Belarus has fulfilled and is fulfilling the agreement with Russia on its Volga radar station.
      1. An64
        An64 21 December 2016 17: 02
        +3
        Why only Belarus?
        In Kazakhstan, the Balkhash junction is operational - a year ago a new agreement was signed on it.
        1. kapitan92
          kapitan92 21 December 2016 17: 19
          +4
          Quote: An64
          In Kazakhstan, the Balkhash junction is operational - a year ago a new agreement was signed on it.

          You're right. Ratified the Agreement in 2015.
          The Dnieper radars at the Balkhash site are in a functional state.
          Daryal-U radar station ORTU Balkhash did not work due to lack of financial resources and unresolved legal issues. The radar was transferred to the ownership of Kazakhstan for dismantling and disposal.

          The remains of the former Soviet radar station “Daryal-U”, object Balkhash-9. Karaganda region, May 22, 2010.
          1. An64
            An64 21 December 2016 17: 39
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            The agreement with Kazakhstan (both the first and last year) is in general a typical one - as well as with Belarusians, with Ukraine and with Azerbaijan. The stations are the property of the states on whose territory they are located. Russia is exploiting them (exploited) where by barter, where for money. Therefore, it is not true to say that "Daryal" was given to the Kazakhs for dismantling. We did not take this "Darial" from them to complete the creation and operation. Therefore, the Kazakhs had no choice but to dismantle
            1. kapitan92
              kapitan92 21 December 2016 18: 06
              +5
              Quote: An64
              Therefore, it is not true to say that Daryal was given to the Kazakhs for dismantling. We did not take this "Darial" from them to complete the creation and operation. Therefore, the Kazakhs had no choice but to dismantle

              The full construction of the station was completed in 1992, the equipment was installed, several times it worked in test mode.
              At that time, Russia was already in full swing with the collapse of the country's economy, the redistribution of property, and it was not clear what the center was intended for. The station was "mothballed". Under the agreement on the division of property of the former USSR between Kazakhstan and Russia, all structures built after 91 de jure belonged to Kazakhstan. Accordingly, the Daryal Center legally belonged to Kazakhstan, but since Kazakhstan had no need for this center, it was immediately rented out to Russia. Kazakhstan, for its part, did not carry out the acceptance of the structures and inventory of the property, on the other hand, the property on the construction did not de jure belong to the Russian side. Therefore, in fact, everything that was inside the structures after the commissioning of the object and its transfer "on lease" to Russia, became simply no one. Immediately after the completion of construction, installation and "conservation", the Center was transferred to the protection of the Russian army. For 7-8 years, the center stood intact, the locals were quietly digging out and handing over the cables. Then the looting of equipment began, precious metals (silver, palladium, gold) were sold with vengeance. The valiant soldiers and officers of the "red army" also made efforts, the times were hard. When everything was stolen, the station was handed over to Kazakhstan for disposal.
          2. rasputin17
            rasputin17 21 December 2016 18: 33
            +2
            In the Kazakh steppe there is a lot of similar kind !!! If it weren’t for abandoned similar objects, then the local population that lives next to them in the late nineties would starve to hunger !! And how many stepped cattle-breeding complexes and hundreds of kilometers of electric poles cost without wires! In the middle of the two thousandths, they began to export bare supports when the demand for them went in connection with the construction boom! Since the reinforced concrete plants were in the same condition! Large factories in Alma-Ata have collapsed and sold for a penny and in their place shopping and entertainment centers have been opened !! request
      2. mishaia_23
        mishaia_23 21 December 2016 18: 30
        +2
        To be honest, radars in the Baltics, Ukraine and Azerbaijan are currently being covered by new Voronezh-type radars:
        Lehtusi (Leningrad Region)
        Armavir (Krasnodar Territory)
        Pioneer (Kaliningrad region)
        1. mishaia_23
          mishaia_23 21 December 2016 18: 39
          +2

          Green indicates Voronezh-M / VM stations (constructed and planned), red, Voronezh-DM (constructed and planned), blurred red (No. 12) Volga station near Baranavichy (Belarus), numbered 11 - the Dnepr station in Sevastopol, in blue - the Don-2N radar in the suburbs (center of Moscow's missile defense system), the red circle painted in green is the location of the Daryal radar in the region of Pechora.
      3. Normal ok
        Normal ok 22 December 2016 19: 56
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        Quote: kapitan92
        Actually, a radar umbrella existed in the USSR.

        There were so many holes in this umbrella that mom did not cry. In those days I talked with senior air defense officers, over a glass of tea, they told how it happens.
        1. kapitan92
          kapitan92 22 December 2016 20: 42
          +3
          Quote: Normal ok
          Quote: kapitan92
          Actually, a radar umbrella existed in the USSR.

          There were so many holes in this umbrella that mom did not cry. In those days I talked with senior air defense officers, over a glass of tea, they told how it happens.

          Well, what happens? Tell us what your senior air defense officers told you about a glass of tea. laughing
  2. Vetal999
    Vetal999 21 December 2016 16: 21
    +1
    Warning System (not countermeasures). Just to write.
    1. 210ox
      210ox 21 December 2016 16: 32
      +1
      Yes /, warn one thing .. And try to intercept .. Things are a little different ..
    2. bk316
      bk316 21 December 2016 16: 48
      +3
      "anti-space systems, equipped with weapons on new physical principles "

      I don’t know what the general is talking about, but obviously not about warning, but about counteraction.
      1. Monarchist
        Monarchist 21 December 2016 20: 45
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        The archive case is necessary (as one figure used to say) and God forbid that without interference it would be possible to close the ring
  3. Palch
    Palch 21 December 2016 17: 02
    +1
    Quote: bk316
    equipped with weapons on new physical principles

    Here, the question of the so-called. "new physical principles". I wonder what these principles are ???? Probably only generals know about them, and physicists don't even guess! When was the last time the so-called. new physical principle ???
    1. _Ugene_
      _Ugene_ 21 December 2016 17: 12
      +1
      Obviously, this means "new physical principles" for weapons. It is clear that they are not new for physics, and weapons were not previously made on these physical principles. That you are so dull.
      In this regard, Bulgakov comes to mind - "Yesterday evening I came with the late MA Berlioz to the Patriarch's Ponds ..."
      And immediately the poet got confused, mainly because of the word "deceased". Some kind of nonsense came out of the place: how is it - you came with the deceased? The dead do not go! Indeed, what good, they will take for a madman! "
    2. bk316
      bk316 21 December 2016 17: 26
      +3
      When was the last time the so-called discovery new physical principle ???

      In fact, more recently - gravitational waves.
      Only I doubt something that we will make gravitational weapons by the age of 21 bully

      It is a matter of fact that they are not new to physics, and weapons were not made on these physical principles before.

      It’s still not clear.
      Kinetic weapons were.
      There were already electromagnetic weapons (from a laser to microwaves).
      Resonances, reflections, absorption, reradiation - everything was.
      Name at least something.



      1. _Ugene_
        _Ugene_ 21 December 2016 17: 34
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        Well, this is nothing new. The term "gravitational wave" was coined back in 1905 by Poincaré. Then Einstein worked a lot on the theory of gravitational waves. In practice, it seems, it was confirmed in 2016, but so far it is questionable.
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  5. _Ugene_
    _Ugene_ 21 December 2016 17: 37
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    Name at least something.

    So let the generals even call.
  6. Lumumba
    Lumumba 21 December 2016 19: 47
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    Quote: bk316
    Only I doubt something that we will make gravitational weapons by the age of 21


    It’s been washed down for a long time: Cast iron bomb. Piece weapon of a point defeat. The radius of destruction of the cast iron bomb is equal to the radius of the cast iron bomb. If you need to cover a square, you need a square cast-iron bomb. If you need to remove the tank - a bomb is made in the form of a tank.

    Quote: _Ugene_
    Practically, it seems, it was confirmed in 2016. But for now, this is in question.


    Not seemingly, but precisely and mathematically proven. Proven to have been fixed namely the gravitational waverather than indigestion of a scientist’s stomach in a nearby laboratory, or some other crooked cable connection.
  7. Old26
    Old26 21 December 2016 21: 57
    +1
    Quote: bk316
    It’s still not clear.
    Kinetic weapons were.
    There were already electromagnetic weapons (from a laser to microwaves).
    Resonances, reflections, absorption, reradiation - everything was.
    Name at least something.

    In fact, nothing of what you wrote in the series was not. And it was not used as a weapon.
    1. Kinetic weapons? Theoretically, this issue was worked out, there were some experimental installations, but there was no "combat" station. Well, perhaps only in cartoons about the SOI program.
    2. Lasers and masers did not go beyond prototypes and industrial designs. There was NOT ONE system adopted for use that would use this principle. So far, only lasers can shoot down targets at a distance of a couple of kilometers, sink or set fire to a boat. No more. Even the laser systems created in the USSR were based on blinding the enemy and disabling electronics. And no more
    3. Resonances, reflections, re-emissions .... Example, plz such weapons. TV theory, it exists, maybe, but in practice ...
  8. Al. Peresvet
    Al. Peresvet 21 December 2016 22: 34
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    Rather, sooner. A necessary thing and protection.
  9. Old26
    Old26 22 December 2016 07: 57
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    Quote: Al. Peresvet
    Rather, sooner. A necessary thing and protection.

    So there is no magic wand, so all the maxims like "would rather" should be forgotten. The radar station is being built within 3-4 years. Plus a year in an experimental combat, when all the jambs are removed. So, before 4-5 years, the radar will not become a full-fledged database. In Vorkuta and Orsk, before 2018-2020, stations will not be installed on the DB. In Olenegorsk, they plan to start construction only next year. So "rather, rather" will not work
  10. Alexey-74
    Alexey-74 22 December 2016 09: 43
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    I wonder what kind of new systems based on new physical principles? The station and warnings and counteractions at the same time would be good ... maybe they will shoot down some kind of impulses .... though for now I think this is from the realm of fiction, but who knows
  11. w70
    w70 22 December 2016 19: 43
    +1
    It’s time to start building the Great Russian Wall