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The contract for the supply of the Ministry of Defense of OTRK Iskander-M was completed

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The Russian army adopted the last, tenth brigade set of the operational-tactical complex Iskander-M as part of the serial contract from 2011 of the year, a source in the military-industrial complex said on Wednesday.


The contract for the supply of the Ministry of Defense of OTRK Iskander-M was completed


The ceremony of handing over the last brigade set of "Iskander" in the framework of a serial contract signed in 2011, is now taking place at the Kapustin Yar test site (Astrakhan region)
- he said.

The Iskander OTRK is designed for covertly preparing and delivering high-precision rocket attacks on various targets in operational tactical depth with a guaranteed range of destruction from 50 to 500 kilometers, in various theaters of military operations, in any conditions, including with active countering by the enemy with anti-missile weapons. defense and electronic warfare RIA News
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  1. Anarchist
    Anarchist 22 November 2017 10: 39 New
    14
    Dance Russia and cry Europe ... Oops!
    1. siberalt
      siberalt 22 November 2017 10: 50 New
      +3
      Iskander is already a very thick argument in favor of Russia belay
      1. 210ox
        210ox 22 November 2017 11: 11 New
        +2
        It’s a very thick argument. On someone’s ass. I agree .. Although someone might like it there .. Ten teams. Not bad. Now it would not hurt to cover the sky tightly over us ..
        Quote: siberalt
        Iskander is already a very thick argument in favor of Russia belay
  2. rotmistr60
    rotmistr60 22 November 2017 10: 58 New
    +3
    with a guaranteed range of 50 to 500 kilometers

    Balts, Poles in a stupor - we were shouting about the Russian threat, here it is. Russophobian whistle continues with a vengeance, and we will watch it with interest.
    1. Krabik
      Krabik 23 November 2017 16: 53 New
      0
      For these dances they pay money, and from our pocket;)
  3. Romario_Argo
    Romario_Argo 22 November 2017 10: 59 New
    0
    maybe the 12 Brigade Kit ???
    and most likely they will hand over the city of Kursk, the last to the 448 missile brigade, the 20 army
    1. Lord of the Sith
      Lord of the Sith 22 November 2017 12: 32 New
      +2
      By the way, I was also surprised. But not 12, but 11. Since 12 is a training center, there are 4 training centers.
  4. Krasnyiy komissar
    Krasnyiy komissar 22 November 2017 11: 10 New
    +2
    We need missiles with a longer firing range that can hit targets in Britain and Iceland from the European part of Russia. The United States, under the guise of missile defense, wants to deploy medium-range missiles near the border, so I consider the exit from the INF Treaty justified. Let the geyropeytsy feel on their ass the prospect of becoming a grill in 10-12 minutes from the start of hostilities. If on Labus, Pshek and Romanians 3.14ndosam shit, then the British, French and Fritz definitely do not want to share their fate. Then you can agree to take the missiles far beyond the Urals if the United States withdraws its from geyropov.
    1. Solomon Kane
      Solomon Kane 22 November 2017 11: 38 New
      +3
      "Courier" will deliver to the addressee that which is beyond the reach of Iskander
      And all that remains - FEDOR will clean up ...

      The Sun reports on the reaction that the western army caused the appearance of a military cyborg F.E.D. O.R. in the Russian army. According to British journalists, the robot scares with its intellectual capabilities. He knows how to shoot with two hands and in the future may become the first ever cyborg cosmonaut. Currently, Russian designers are finalizing the Fedora software, which will allow the robot to make independent decisions.
      1. Krabik
        Krabik 23 November 2017 17: 01 New
        +1
        I would like to clarify a little on “Fedor”.

        I talked 8 years ago with these guys at a robotics forum, and so they bought gearboxes in Japan.
        Well, almost all of it was from imported parts of not the highest standard since nobody sells the most valuable, except for Ukrainians and Russians.

        Secondly, these are not robots, but ordinary manipulators without AI.

        But you can evaluate the success of a real robot with real AI from Boston Dynamics.



        Those who are interested in humanoid robots with AI can see their channel.
    2. Krasnyiy komissar
      Krasnyiy komissar 22 November 2017 11: 49 New
      +1
      Courier is already an ICBM to deter the United States, and its production involves a START-3 rupture. The load of the Courier is no more than one 300-500 ct warhead, and there are many targets ...
      We need a missile defense system, like Chinese missiles DF-21/26, with a range of up to 5 thousand km. Such a missile should carry many BBs and powerful means of overcoming missile defense. Starting weight of the “product” is from 15 to 25 tons, so that it can easily be installed on a wheeled tractor.
  5. Seriomilander
    Seriomilander 22 November 2017 12: 07 New
    +1
    Now we are waiting for two more brigade sets of Iskander-M operational-tactical missile systems, under a new contract!
    The first kit of this year apparently went to rearm the 448th missile brigade
    This kit, apparently, is to equip the missile brigade of the new formation of the ZVO or YuVO.
    Well, two new sets, under a new contract, will go to rearm the 152nd Guards Missile Brigade in the Kaliningrad Region and to equip some new brigade.
    Today there are 11 Iskander-M brigades, we are waiting for 2 more in the near future, a total of 13 brigades, 12 launchers in each ... total 156 launchers - 302 missiles ready to be launched. Inspires ...
    1. Lord of the Sith
      Lord of the Sith 22 November 2017 18: 28 New
      +1
      The first brigades in 2011 were in my Iskander with one missile each.
      1. Seriomilander
        Seriomilander 23 November 2017 00: 14 New
        +2
        "The first brigades in 2011" - not brigades, but brigade - In 2011, the 26th brigade was understaffed to the level of the brigade.
        "in my opinion, Iskander with one missile each" is, exclusively, only in your opinion.
        1. Lord of the Sith
          Lord of the Sith 23 November 2017 11: 20 New
          0
          I didn’t mean for Iskanedr-M deliveries in recent years, but for Iskander deliveries with one missile in 2011. It is clear that Iskander-M has been supplied for the last 5-6 years.
          1. Seriomilander
            Seriomilander 23 November 2017 11: 57 New
            0
            You have some kind of your own idea of ​​the World, both by Su-34 and by Iskander, apparently, by another technique too. Please do not ask me stupid questions.
            Here I found a link for you, read and do not write to me:
            http://militaryrussia.ru/blog/topic-832.html
  6. Old26
    Old26 22 November 2017 12: 13 New
    +1
    Quote: Romario_Argo
    maybe the 12 Brigade Kit ???
    and most likely they will hand over the city of Kursk, the last to the 448 missile brigade, the 20 army


    Most likely the 11th (but at the same time according to the plan of the second this year) Below is a breakdown by year. In principle, two brigades remained - 152 in the Kaliningrad region and 448 in Kursk. Although there are rumors that the two will be rearmament under the new contract not this year. Then to whom are they passing now? Also new ?.
    • 630th separate missile division of the 60th Center for Combat Use (Znamensk), Kapustin Yar training ground (4 launchers);
    • 26th missile brigade (Luga city) - the re-equipment of the brigade began in 2010 with the supply of 6 complexes (launchers), in 2011 the formation of the first brigade (12 launchers) was completed
    ***************
    2013
    • 107th Missile Brigade (Birobidzhan) - completely re-equipped on June 28, 2013 (12 launchers)
    • 1st Missile Brigade (Krasnodar) - the transfer of equipment took place on November 14, 2013 (12 launchers)
    **************
    2014
    • 112th Separate Guards Missile Brigade (Shuya) - the transfer of equipment took place on July 8, 2014 (12 launchers);
    • 92nd separate missile brigade (Orenburg) - the transfer of equipment took place on November 19, 2014 (12 launchers)
    ***************
    2015
    • 103rd separate missile brigade (Ulan-Ude) - the transfer of equipment took place on July 17, 2015 (12 launchers)
    • 12th separate missile brigade (Mozdok) - the transfer of equipment took place on November 18, 2015 (12 launchers)
    ****************
    2016
    • 20th Guards Missile Brigade (Ussuriysk) - the transfer of equipment took place on July 24, 2016 (12 launchers)
    • 119th separate missile brigade (urban village of Elansky) - the transfer of equipment took place on November 11, 2016 (12 launchers)
    ****************
    2017
    • 3rd separate missile brigade (Gorny / Chita 46) - the transfer of equipment took place on June 9, 2017 (12 launchers)
    • Xth Separate Missile Brigade - equipment transfer in November 2017 (12 launchers)


    Quote: Krasnyiy komissar
    We need missiles with a longer firing range that can hit targets in Britain and Iceland from the European part of Russia. The United States, under the guise of missile defense, wants to deploy medium-range missiles near the border, so I consider the exit from the INF Treaty justified. Let the geyropeytsy feel on their ass the prospect of becoming a grill in 10-12 minutes from the start of hostilities. If on Labus, Pshek and Romanians 3.14ndosam shit, then the British, French and Fritz definitely do not want to share their fate. Then you can agree to take the missiles far beyond the Urals if the United States withdraws its from geyropov.

    Exiting the INF Treaty is the biggest stupid thing you can think of. Even if the Americans are now secretly able to deploy their medium-range missiles at missile defense bases, these are exclusively Tomahawk-type cruise missiles. How many will be there? In any case, the base is primarily a missile defense base, which means it must fulfill its function. Placement of “Toporov” there will reduce the ability of the base to intercept by tens of percent.

    Doing "Iskanders" with a range of 2500 km, capable of hitting targets in the UK and Iceland - is the same as inviting the Americans to deploy their missiles even in the Baltic states, but in Poland and Romania. At the same time, one should not think that the Americans will deploy something like the Pershing 2 with a range of 1800 km and a speed of 8M. If we withdraw from the treaty, they will deploy medium-range missiles in Poland and Romania, covering the entire territory of Russia up to Lake Baikal, since under the existing treaties the intercontinental is more than 5500 km. And before that - medium-range missiles. At the same time, we voluntarily put our strategic missile bases, at least three fleets and a flotilla under attack. But nothing can stop the same Americans from deploying the same missiles in South Korea and Japan. All of Russia will be shot through. This is the price of what you consider justified to withdraw from this agreement.
    It’s only the second time that we are able to agree on medium-range missiles after our exit, I’m afraid that it will not succeed. They will get a GREAT advantage over us and only du.rak would then agree to such our proposal. Withdraw beyond the Urals (within one or two days you can relocate back) in response to the withdrawal of Americans from Europe. Would you be in the place of the Americans would you agree ??
    1. Alexanast
      Alexanast 22 November 2017 12: 43 New
      +8
      Quote: Old26
      Exiting the INF Treaty is the biggest stupid thing you can think of.


      And the Merikos have already decided to go out. All their whistles that Russia violates the INF Treaty are just another occasion for their loved ones and soil preparation.

      Quote: Old26
      Placement of “Toporov” there will reduce the ability of the base to intercept by tens of percent.


      Do you really think that they protect Europe there ... from Russia ...

      Quote: Old26
      Doing "Iskanders" with a range of 2500 km, capable of hitting targets in the UK and Iceland - is the same as inviting the Americans to deploy their missiles even in the Baltic states, but in Poland and Romania.


      Yeah ... Let's do nothing ... Let the girls frolic ...
      And something tells me that rockets for Iskander with a longer range are not fiction.
    2. Alexey-74
      Alexey-74 22 November 2017 12: 47 New
      0
      And do you think in the event of a war with the United States, NATO - they will adhere to different agreements with Russia ???
  7. Alexey-74
    Alexey-74 22 November 2017 12: 44 New
    0
    Fine! In Europe, another English lord got stuck in his throat, and German Hans choked on sausages .... Shaw again !!!!! Iskander ?! Now we are waiting for new batches of state orders from 2018. God help us !!!
  8. Old26
    Old26 22 November 2017 13: 37 New
    0
    Quote: Krasnyiy komissar
    Courier "is already an ICBM to deter the United States, and its production involves a START-3 rupture.

    How is it? And this is not deterrence in the framework of existing agreements, but money down the drain. The USSR could afford it because of the situation at that time. Russia is not.

    Quote: Krasnyiy komissar
    We need a missile defense system, like Chinese missiles DF-21/26, with a range of up to 5 thousand km. Such a missile should carry many BBs and powerful means of overcoming missile defense. Starting weight of the “product” is from 15 to 25 tons, so that it can easily be installed on a wheeled tractor.

    You offer incompatible. Starting at 15-25 tons and many BG plus powerful means of overcoming, and all this with a range of 5000 km? It doesn’t happen
  9. Old26
    Old26 22 November 2017 14: 06 New
    +1
    Quote: Alexanast
    And the Merikos have already decided to go out. All their whistles that Russia violates the INF Treaty are just another occasion for their loved ones and soil preparation.

    30 years as this treaty and only the first 3 or 4 there were no such mutual accusations. We are them, they are us. Moreover, none of the parties can present specific facts of violation to the other side. All talk that the "spirit" of the treaty is being violated. The Americans have now allocated $ 58 million by no means to withdraw from the treaty or create a missile, but to create a concept for the future development of events, to work out a concept for the use of medium-range missiles for the future. If we speak normal human languages, they allocated 58 lemons so that designers and planners sit and sketch out what and how they want to have in the future. Roughly the same thing happens with the concept FAST GLOBAL IMPACT. The concept seems to have been created, but there are no tools for this concept and is not expected in the near future.

    Quote: Alexanast
    Do you really think that they protect Europe there ... from Russia ...

    Did I say that somewhere? Myself, exclusively himself and his possible and currently existing bases and groups of troops. All these missile defense bases cannot technically protect against the impact of Russian ICBMs. Only They are able to protect only from medium-range missiles, which Russia does not have. Well, from medium-range Iranian missiles, if they are fired at Europe, they will be able to protect. Given their insignificant amount. And then, only if such missiles are in the zone of destruction of interceptors

    Quote: Alexanast
    Yeah ... Let's do nothing ... Let the girls frolic ...
    And something tells me that rockets for Iskander with a longer range are not fiction.

    In this case, only one thing needs to be done so far. To re-equip our strategic missile forces and fleet with new ballistic missiles. And do not dream that we will withdraw from the treaty, and immediately tear them all up with our medium-range missiles, which still do not exist. We will not be able to pull production of medium-range missiles in the near future either. Or you need to build a new assembly plant and seriously expand the production of components (that is, significantly increase the capacity of all chains of contractors)
    Something tells you that missiles for the Iskander with a greater range are not fiction? Do not share these "tips" ??
    Purely technically, by putting on it not a half-ton head, but for example a head of 100 kg, we can increase its flight range. Or change the fuel, putting more energy. But this will not be Iskander, but a new complex with some exotic name, for example, Caravanserai or Alyosha Popovich. But for this it is necessary to test such missiles. And full-scale trials are a violation ...

    Quote: Alexey-74
    And do you think in the event of a war with the United States, NATO - they will adhere to different agreements with Russia ???

    Sorry, but you froze stupidity. What are the contracts during the war. Are we also going to comply with the treaty during the war with them?
  10. Old26
    Old26 22 November 2017 19: 01 New
    +2
    Quote: Lord of the Sith
    The first brigades in 2011 were in my Iskander with one missile each.

    Not. With two. It was an experimental launcher with one. But the series went with two
  11. Old26
    Old26 23 November 2017 22: 40 New
    0
    Quote: Lord of the Sith
    The first brigades in 2011 were in my Iskander with one missile each.


    Quote: Lord of the Sith
    I didn’t mean for Iskanedr-M deliveries in recent years, but for Iskander deliveries with one missile in 2011. It is clear that Iskander-M has been supplied for the last 5-6 years.

    You are wrong, comrade. Series have always been two-rocket. At the first stage of testing, yes, we used two 9P76 single-missile launchers based on the BAZ-6954 chassis and the Br-1555-1 polygon installation on the BAZ-69501 chassis. But she was already two-rocket. With single-launcher launchers (two were built), they carried out something about a dozen launches. And comrade Seriomilander right It is only in your opinion that one-rocket was delivered at the beginning. All serial launchers were already on the Minsk MZKT chassis. Launcher - two-rocket. Just at the first stage, perhaps in the first teams the MZKT-79301 chassis was used and the launcher was intended only for ballistic missiles - PU 9P78. And then there was already a universal 9P78-1 for ballistic and cruise missiles on the MZKT-79305 chassis