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Vietnam has created a robotic version of the Soviet anti-aircraft guns

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Vietnamese defenders conducted a radical modernization of the old Soviet 57-mm anti-aircraft gun C-60. According to soha.vn, as a result of the improvements, the system, which was put into service as early as 1950, acquired a completely new quality. Now the veteran can successfully carry out the tasks of air defense even in the 21st century, complementing the modern anti-aircraft missile systems available from Vietnam.


Vietnam has created a robotic version of the Soviet anti-aircraft guns


The video posted on the Web shows the automated process of the work of a whole artillery unit. To do this, use the updated local defense industry radar. Engineers significantly replaced the radar e-filling. Thanks to the digital computer, the accuracy of shooting and the speed of aiming at the target significantly increased.

Weapon became all-day and all-weather. The effective range reaches 6000 meters.

Also, the power supply system for the anti-aircraft cannon’s ammunition has undergone significant refinement. Now it has become, in essence, robotic. The demonstrated automatic loading of the gun allows it to fire on various targets with increased rate of fire.

If earlier the calculation of the gun totaled 6 - 8 people, but now it is reduced to a minimum. C-60 was successfully used by the Vietnamese army during the war against the USA. Some reference books claim that these weapons have been removed from the arsenal of the people's army, but the video presented refutes this information.

In addition to hitting air targets, it is possible to work effectively on armored vehicles and manpower. This has been repeatedly demonstrated during various wars and conflicts, the most recent of which is fighting in Syria, RG-Sil

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  1. Bronevick
    Bronevick 13 December 2017 12: 51
    +2
    So many emotions in one video: Soviet electronic lamps, air conditioning on Zil-131 and the Ban button.
    1. Shurik70
      Shurik70 13 December 2017 13: 27
      +4
      Quote: Bronevick
      So many emotions in one video: Soviet electronic lamps, air conditioning on Zil-131 and the Ban button.

      In fact, they show "what happened" - electronic lamps, transformers. And right after that - what happened - on the slide of the same shape, so that you could insert it into the old sets - an electronic board with a pair of radiators.
      I especially liked the frames 7:07 - 7:21. Synchronous movement of the entire battery from the control center connected to the radar. However, do not forget that this anti-aircraft gun is the weapon of the last chance, when the target overcame all the previous lines of defense and reached the finish line. So it’s unlikely where it will be used in real combat ..
      1. Vlad.by
        Vlad.by 13 December 2017 15: 12
        +1
        POISO or ASURK on the new element base. laughing
      2. LeonidL
        LeonidL 14 December 2017 02: 34
        +1
        So, the S-6-60 complex could already work synchronously without the intervention of calculation numbers, except for charging and the gunner’s legs in the modes of receiving data from SON or POISO or from POISO only range ... The complex was not intended for manual work initially. In Vietnam, as a result of low qualification of anti-aircraft gunners, they were aiming bullets pointing through the optics!
  2. Altona
    Altona 13 December 2017 13: 04
    +1
    I didn’t understand much, but it’s impressive how the trunks upward synchronously spin.
  3. Herculesic
    Herculesic 13 December 2017 13: 09
    +2
    Well done, though it’s done from a not-so-large defense budget.
  4. dvvv
    dvvv 13 December 2017 13: 20
    0
    judging by the film, progress on the face and from antiques of 50 years the system will pull to antiques of 65 years. Up to modern missile-cannon systems can not reach such a technique.
  5. engineer74
    engineer74 13 December 2017 13: 24
    0
    And they didn’t twist shells with controlled detonation there? The result would be a “war of robots" - against the Kyrgyz Republic and UAVs.
    1. Dedall
      Dedall 13 December 2017 19: 27
      +7
      Year in the 85th reserve anti-aircraft artillery regiment, which was located in the Turkmen city of Kzyl-Arvat, consisted of such barrels. Then partisans from those called up for training were trained with them. And I myself saw how these uncles, in years after a month of training, managed to cover a guided target at a height of 6 km from one salvo. The division then already had a radar with antennas for detonating radio fuses. And the reach in height, by the way, is up to 11 km, but this is more for the impression of the authorities.
      1. sivuch
        sivuch 14 December 2017 01: 15
        +1
        Was there a KS-19?
      2. Vlad.by
        Vlad.by 14 December 2017 13: 02
        0
        11 km is a caliber of at least 100 mm.
        KS-19 or KS-30 (130mm) with a height of up to 19,5km
        These are still in storerooms in some places. Until next Syria.
  6. Strashila
    Strashila 13 December 2017 13: 26
    +6
    Well done ... true and correct approach ... based on my rich military experience.
  7. sivuch
    sivuch 13 December 2017 13: 28
    +3
    The weapon became all-weather and all-weather. Effective range reaches 6000 meters
    -------------------------------------------------
    Get drunk. Especially when you consider that with RPK-1 Vase it was like that. And the range was just 6km
    1. seregatara1969
      seregatara1969 13 December 2017 18: 22
      0
      so does not shoot further
    2. Shurik70
      Shurik70 13 December 2017 19: 41
      0
      The weapon as it was, remains so.
      The automatic aiming system has changed.
  8. Geisenberg
    Geisenberg 13 December 2017 13: 36
    +2
    It is a logical step. To a very rich country, the issue of short-range air defense was resolved.
    1. sivuch
      sivuch 13 December 2017 14: 22
      +1
      If the shells remained the same, i.e. only with contact fuses - it doesn’t smell like any solution
  9. Nikolaevich I
    Nikolaevich I 13 December 2017 13: 38
    0
    So, and Iran has not yet abandoned the 100-mm anti-aircraft guns KS-19! There, too, these guns were modernized and said: let them be! To combat drones, for example, which will fly far, but not where Mona ... By the way, KS-19 are also available in Vietnam. Maybe we will soon read about the "robotic version of the Soviet anti-aircraft gun KS-19"?
  10. The Siberian barber
    The Siberian barber 13 December 2017 13: 48
    0
    .. it was shown on TV, like this: Kulibin created a device with which you can charge a mobile phone from a "potbelly stove")) ...
    1. Bator
      Bator 13 December 2017 14: 12
      +3
      "Everything new is well forgotten old!" Can I charge a mobile phone from a potbelly stove ... Mobile? Charles! 1954 - TGK-3 thermoelectric generator for powering tube radios (mass-produced and mounted on a kerosene lamp bulb: light and electricity). And about the anti-aircraft gun - smiled.
      1. Vlad.by
        Vlad.by 13 December 2017 15: 19
        +1
        Is THC a Kerosene Thermo Generator?
        By the way, a very useful thing! I feel very useful for such, with permission to say, grandfather "gadgets", reliable and omnivorous in the relatively near future. It will be possible to get fire, but whether there will be electricity in outlets is a very big question.
      2. Dedall
        Dedall 13 December 2017 19: 32
        +4
        I will say even more about the fact that my grandfather left a "partisan bowler" with thermocouples. You will fill it with such a pot of chopped ice and hang it over the fire so that the wires do not get into the flame. My grandfather from him worked on a hunt for the receiver "Ural" - such a cool thing from black hard rubber the size of "Speedola" and on small lamps. There he even caught Radio Monte Carlo.
  11. Mwg
    Mwg 13 December 2017 13: 58
    0
    Here it is, Soviet education.
  12. san4es
    san4es 13 December 2017 14: 51
    +3
    ... Wires forgot to hide am

    belay ..
  13. faiver
    faiver 13 December 2017 15: 06
    0
    Kanesh looks cool, the only question is what for?
    1. Pancir026
      Pancir026 13 December 2017 16: 55
      +2
      Quote: faiver
      , the question is only what for is it necessary?

      Cheap and cheerful. Check whoever wants to eat?
      1. faiver
        faiver 13 December 2017 17: 22
        0
        about the fact that cheap is not sure, and there are doubts about the effectiveness of
        1. Pancir026
          Pancir026 13 December 2017 19: 32
          +2
          Quote: faiver
          there are doubts about the effectiveness of

          Dedall Today, 19:27 PM ↑ New
          Year in the 85th reserve anti-aircraft artillery regiment, which was located in the Turkmen city of Kzyl-Arvat, consisted of such barrels. Then partisans from those called up for training were trained with them. And I myself saw how these uncles, in years after a month of training, managed to cover a guided target at a height of 6 km from one salvo. The division then already had a radar with antennas for detonating radio fuses. And the reach in height, by the way, is up to 11 km, but this is more for the impression of the authorities.
          1. Ryabtsev Grigory Evgenievich
            Ryabtsev Grigory Evgenievich 14 December 2017 12: 34
            0
            Respected! You confuse it with the KS-19. The S-60 never had a radio fuse. In addition, his shells have a self-liquidator that fires at the 8th second after the shot, which corresponds to approximately 63-68 gm range.
            1. Dedall
              Dedall 14 December 2017 19: 27
              +1
              I will answer that in those years I was at the training camp for a doctor and about 11 km. read on the plate what was next to the gun. And it was exactly 57 mm, but I myself did not believe in this height, so I added that “for the impression of the authorities”.
  14. Bare
    Bare 13 December 2017 17: 25
    +1
    AZP - 57mm wonderful lays dot to dot, though like everywhere else, it all depends on the commander.
    Everything else is not relevant.
  15. LeonidL
    LeonidL 14 December 2017 02: 29
    0
    I do not understand what is the innovation? The same POISSO, the same DREAM, the same lamps ... just everything worked in the modes of receiving data from the POISO and DREAM. Perhaps the Vietnamese are used to everything only by hand? Now figured out replaced part of the electronics and left only the numbers of the projectile traders?
  16. M. Michelson
    M. Michelson 14 December 2017 05: 41
    +1
    In fact, the lines of such auto equipment intended for ground purposes look promising. A sort of robotic inexpensive fortified areas.
  17. Ryabtsev Grigory Evgenievich
    Ryabtsev Grigory Evgenievich 14 December 2017 12: 26
    0
    I remembered youth with pleasure.
    Regarding modernization:
    I hardly recognized Poiseau. What did they stick there on the rangefinder pipe? If all this is to introduce amendments, then the preliminary preparation of the shooting turns into a living hell. She was still that “gift” before, and now I’m even afraid to imagine what kind of “pleasure” it is
    The AZP which was, remains the same, with the exception of the modernization of the shell tray. In my time there was only one placed there, the next one was sent by the loader manually during the shooting process.
    I can’t say anything about sleep. Outwardly, everything remained as before. It is clear that all electronics are based on a modern element base, and hence the increase in firing accuracy.