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FAB-500 bombs used in Syria began to produce a factory robot

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The automatic production of high-explosive aerial bombs caliber 500 kilograms was launched in the city of Dzerzhinsk. A new venture was built in an extremely short time. Today, the Russian Aerospace Forces have an increased need for FAB-500. These bombs are regularly used by long-range Tu-22М3 bombers.


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  1. avt
    avt 9 December 2017 19: 14
    +5
    The website with the news slows down - on, “Made with us” yes-and-avno posted.
  2. Town Hall
    Town Hall 9 December 2017 19: 32
    +7
    The automatic production of high-explosive aerial bombs caliber 500 kilograms was launched in the city of Dzerzhinsk. A new venture was built in an extremely short time. Today, the Russian Aerospace Forces have an increased need for FAB-500. These bombs are regularly used by long-range Tu-22М3 bombers.


    Strange .. so far it has been said that this is a free iron from old stocks which still had to be disposed of in landfill conditions ....
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    2. SOF
      SOF 9 December 2017 20: 01
      12
      .so far it has been said that this is free cast iron from old stocks

      ... really strange. That's stupid Russians: why put new ones in place of old ones?
      It is necessary to finish everything in Urkain and calm down.
      1. Mih1974
        Mih1974 10 December 2017 04: 16
        +9
        Oh come on you lol "Comrade" thinks that something is taken from the warehouses "free", it does not matter to him that someone had already paid for those bombs. He also doesn’t care that the stocks of ALL warheads need to be updated and cannot be - to rivet 100500 all kinds of bombs, shells, ammunition and "sit on the priest straight" until the second coming of Christ. Well, there’s nothing to think of this "comrade", he’s in the head, but doesn’t think to her. laughing
      2. Nikolai Baryshov
        Nikolai Baryshov 12 December 2017 18: 55
        0
        In Russia, warehouses exploded very little; in Ulyanovsk, the latter, like Arsenal, fluttered.
    3. svp67
      svp67 10 December 2017 07: 42
      +5
      Quote: Town Hall
      Strange .. so far it has been said that this is a free iron from old stocks which still had to be disposed of in landfill conditions ....

      It is strange that you write such nonsense. Ammunition, any can not be stored indefinitely, their stocks undergo a process of refreshment, when fresh ammunition must be put in place of expended and worn out ones. Explosives and gunpowder are not eternal and tend to deteriorate. What is spent in Syria just had to be disposed of ...
    4. Valery Saitov
      Valery Saitov 11 December 2017 12: 23
      0
      So it is, and new ones are stored in empty warehouses. FAB-500 Developed by NIO-67 in 1931-1932. The total share of high explosive bombs FAB-500, FAB-100 and FAB-250 during the war years ranged from 97 to 99,6%. The nomenclature of high-explosive bombs changed in the direction of the predominance of larger calibers. The specific weight of the FAB-250 increased every year, by the end of the war their share compared to 1941 had increased six times and reached 17,2%. The share of the FAB-500 decreased significantly, and the production of the FAB-100 kept at the level of 50–70% of the total number of high-explosive bombs produced. As you can see, they were spanked during the war, and even more so after the war.
  3. owl
    owl 10 December 2017 06: 07
    +2
    Visited a sense of deja vu laughing everything from a stool to a "conveyor" from the corner of "fifty", whitewashing of the ceiling and walls! I wonder how many rubles were washed!
    1. Siberia 9444
      Siberia 9444 10 December 2017 07: 18
      +5
      I think this is not the main conveyor, they posted it for reporters, but on where the assembly is there hi
    2. antivirus
      antivirus 10 December 2017 11: 44
      +1
      showed the color line, as I understand it
      DR - LET PARTNERS .. OPU TORN. LOOK AT THE LOCK OF A WELL, GET IRON CROSSES FOR GOOD INFORMATION
  4. Mandra Eugene
    Mandra Eugene 10 December 2017 08: 59
    +4
    Now make an automatic bomb delivery to the place of use.
    1. aws4
      aws4 10 December 2017 23: 51
      0
      the most sensible koment ..
  5. Andrew
    Andrew 10 December 2017 12: 36
    0
    Why only FAB, not CAB? in the yard 2017.
    1. bootlegger
      bootlegger 10 December 2017 15: 27
      +1
      Well apparently svp-24 works pretty well.
    2. SOF
      SOF 11 December 2017 00: 03
      0
      Quote: andrei
      Why only FAB, not CAB? in the yard 2017.

      ... everything is logical, since it’s hard to imagine a complete robotic ammunition production cycle from the blank of the case to the microelectronic fall control system. I believe that people still work with CABs.
    3. Valery Saitov
      Valery Saitov 11 December 2017 12: 30
      +2
      “The fact that the strikes are mainly delivered by old planes and ammunition is especially depressing to the coalition allies. Of course, Su-34s fly in Syria and use adjustable bombs, but this is more like field tests and advertising for potential buyers of Russian weapons.
      The main work is performed by time-tested Su-24 bombers and Su-25 attack aircraft, using conventional high-explosive and concrete-bombing Soviet-style bombs. And these bombs fall right on target - this is what terrifies Western experts. ”
      Such information is useful in countering propaganda about the "prohibitively expensive war in Syria" and the "Russian bombing of hospitals." Of course, there are expenses, but ammunition also has storage periods, and then they must also be disposed of.

      It is clear that detonating bombs is a very harmful method for the environment, and disassembling and defusing it is expensive and dangerous. Simply put, the cheapest way to dispose of ammunition is to use it in combat.
      But another thing is much more important: the Russians again surprise the West with their military technologies.
      See full: http://politrussia.com/vooruzhennye-sily/pritseln
      aya-utilizatsiya-bomb-769 /
    4. Cyril Troekurych
      Cyril Troekurych 12 December 2017 13: 32
      0
      cast iron cable is not suitable for precision strikes on small targets
      1. Bratkov Oleg
        Bratkov Oleg 16 December 2017 15: 46
        0
        500 kg is not necessary to put in the bullseye, and it raises the brain 50 meters away.
  6. zxc15682
    zxc15682 10 December 2017 14: 42
    0
    Are they environmentally friendly? Do they fly to barmalei themselves? The video did not look ...
  7. gal
    gal 10 December 2017 17: 20
    0
    Quote: gufo
    Visited a sense of deja vu laughing everything from a stool to a "conveyor" from the corner of "fifty", whitewashing of the ceiling and walls! I wonder how many rubles were washed!

    0.21 read carefully! RECONSTRUCTION and not a new factory.
  8. DPN
    DPN 10 December 2017 19: 06
    +1
    No secrets are all out, and when it was washing machines and checkers. Interestingly, in the USA, too, everything is just as accessible, or are only Russia spreading secrets ??.
  9. gorenina91
    gorenina91 11 December 2017 16: 01
    0
    -So, these are the simplest high-explosive bombs, without any electronic filling ... -And a plant for their production is relatively inexpensive ... -This plant could have been launched in Syria itself ... and in the same place to build a normal airfield with good hangars and with a large runway ... -for our Tu-22M3.
  10. Cyril Troekurych
    Cyril Troekurych 12 December 2017 13: 30
    0
    it will not be enough
    Nuna is not 500 but 1000 or ishsho better than 2000