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Vietnamese Navy launched the first launch of the Club-S rocket

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The crew of one of the new large diesel-electric submarines of the 06361 project of the Vietnamese Navy produced the first launch of the 3М54Е anti-ship missile of the Club-S complex (an export version of the Caliber-PL complex), reports bmpd.


Transport container with 3М54Е anti-ship missile Club-S complex, which is in service with large diesel-electric submarines of the Vietnam Navy 06361 project, December 2017 of the year.

In 2014-2017, the Vietnamese fleet received six large diesel-electric submarines of the 06361 project built by Admiralty Shipyards JSC (St. Petersburg) under a contract concluded in December of 2009.



The cost of construction diesel-electric submarines amounted to more than 2 billion dollars. Approximately the same amount went to the construction of infrastructure, supply of weapons, etc. That is, the cost of the work under this agreement reaches $ 4 billion.



"Among the submarines of the 06361 project in Vietnam, the Club-S missiles launched from torpedo tubes were supplied to Vietnam, including both 3М54E anti-ship missiles and, according to some reports, 3М14E cruise missiles for ground targets," the material says.

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  1. svp67
    svp67 25 December 2017 14: 26 New
    +4
    Vietnam’s “club” is also that “hot shower” for many “hot heads” ... especially when there are a lot of them, like in China
    1. Grandfather
      Grandfather 25 December 2017 14: 39 New
      +3
      Quote: svp67
      Vietnam’s “club” is also that “hot shower” for many “hot heads” ... especially when there are a lot of them, like in China

      base ... base ... return Kamran ... later it will be later.
      1. Sergey53
        Sergey53 25 December 2017 15: 12 New
        +3
        What to sob through hair if there is no head?
      2. Captain Pushkin
        Captain Pushkin 25 December 2017 20: 28 New
        0
        Quote: Dead Day
        the basics ... the base ... return Kamran ... later it will be later.

        Crashed Camran. Vietnam decided to no longer have foreign troops on its territory.
        1. Nikolaevich I
          Nikolaevich I 26 December 2017 04: 31 New
          +1
          Never say never! I was in Kamrani ... I talked with the Vietnamese ... they regret that Russia left there.
          12 November 2013, literally six months after taking office, Vladimir Putin and Vietnamese President Truong Tan Shang sign an agreement to create a joint base for the maintenance and repair of submarines in Cam Ranh.
          I note that the signing of this agreement did not attract much attention. But all the fun was ahead.
          In February, 2014, Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu said that Russia would expand its military presence in the world: negotiations are underway to deploy military facilities with Vietnam and Cuba, and “active work is underway in the Seychelles, in Singapore, Algeria, Cyprus in Venezuela, Nicaragua and several other countries. "
          Shoigu noted that at the equator and in other regions of the world it is necessary to provide refueling of the aircraft of the Russian Long-Range Aviation.
          And since the spring of 2014, the Kamrani airfield was first used for servicing the Il-78 aircraft, which provide airborne strategic missile-carrying Tu-95MS.
          This is not a saying, but also not a fairy tale. Although the tale of 2014, the year was already in full swing. And, watching this fairy tale, we simply missed the moments that began to develop on the other side of the globe. In Vietnam.
          In November, 2014, during the visit to Russia of the Secretary General of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of Vietnam Nguyen Phu Chong, an agreement was signed on a simplified procedure for calling Russian ships in the Vietnamese port of Cam Ranh. As explained in the Russian Ministry of Defense, Russian ships and ships after serving in the oceans need only notify the port authorities to make a call to Cam Ranh. This was an important event, if only because Vietnam became the second country (after Syria) with which Russia agreed on a “consensus” procedure for the entry of ships of the Navy.
          This is already more serious. The president is good, but who lived in the USSR understands perfectly well that in a country with a socialist system and order, the secretary general of the ruling (and in Vietnam, the only) party is twice as significant.
          Even then, some military experts suggested that the signing of another agreement with Vietnam, which also operates with Syria, to create a logistics center for the Russian Navy (PMTC) in Cam Ranh, or rather, its return, is not far off the mark. Yes, few people heard them, because what kind of Kamran is here when such things happen. Crimea sailed!
          But gradually everything calmed down (if I may say so), the Crimea remained in the new-old historic port of registry, NATO started the next movements at our borders, and Cam Ranh again emerges. Yes, and in the comments of the Ambassador of Vietnam in Russia.
          It is worth saying a few words about the base in Kamrani. This is not Syrian Khmeinim, no. It is much more powerful. If Khmeinim is really a PMTO, so to speak, a gas station with a minimarket, then Kamran is a full-fledged deep-sea port with excellent infrastructure.
          In Soviet times, the sign of the PMTO hid behind itself a full-fledged naval base of the 17 th operational squadron. There were simultaneously 8-10 surface ships and up to eight submarines. Plus court security. The presence of such a number of full-fledged warships allowed the Pacific Fleet to control the south-western part of the Pacific and the entire Indian Ocean.
          Is this necessary today? Perhaps the most important question.
          It makes sense to just look at a map of the world. Kamran is a crossroads on the way from the Pacific to the Indian Ocean. Indeed, from there it is easy to control many ship movements of a likely “partner”. Plus, very important, to the Persian Gulf - just a stone's throw. By our standards. And what is the Gulf for our "partners", it is not necessary to say.
    2. Jedi
      Jedi 25 December 2017 14: 44 New
      +3
      Quote: svp67
      Vietnam’s “Club”, it’s that “ice shower” for many “hotheads” ...

      Especially if these "hot heads" are "Hot Shots". wink
      Quote: svp67
      especially when there are a lot of them, as in China

      In some places panic moods are becoming widespread ...
    3. donavi49
      donavi49 25 December 2017 14: 55 New
      +3
      China has its own Club. And without export restrictions. On a bunch of carriers, including 052D destroyers - where you can push these YJ-18 64 rockets!
    4. Doliva63
      Doliva63 25 December 2017 16: 44 New
      +4
      In general, some kind of sur: the most likely enemy of the socialist of Vietnam - the socialist of China.
      One could say that this is ridiculous, but in reality - not very. And there is no one to "bend" in the corners - Russia is now mired in capitalism. And the States themselves are ready to throw firewood.
      1. svp67
        svp67 25 December 2017 16: 53 New
        0
        Quote: Doliva63
        In general, some kind of sur: the most likely enemy of the socialist of Vietnam - the socialist of China.

        The normal struggle of unities and opposites ...
  2. Herculesic
    Herculesic 25 December 2017 14: 33 New
    +2
    Break in the technique! We would also have to get the test result so that all the flaws already begin to be fixed.
    1. Orionvit
      Orionvit 25 December 2017 17: 24 New
      0
      Quote: Herkulesich
      Break in the technique

      Motor Sich, under the Vietnam missile program, recently shipped 30 MS-400 engines (an analogue of product 95 installed on X-55 missiles).
  3. Hariton laptev
    Hariton laptev 25 December 2017 15: 29 New
    +1
    Shoooo still rockets ??? and again let ???? But what about star-striped ??? why didn’t they ask permission ???????? Urgently psaki from dikret and fleet from the borders with Belarus to the coast of Vietnam.
  4. ioan-e
    ioan-e 26 December 2017 14: 03 New
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    Quote: svp67
    Quote: Doliva63
    In general, some kind of sur: the most likely enemy of the socialist of Vietnam - the socialist of China.

    The normal struggle of unities and opposites ...

    The fiercest competition is intraspecific! laughing
  5. Mentat
    Mentat 26 December 2017 22: 05 New
    0
    Quote: donavi49
    China has its own Club. And without export restrictions. On a bunch of carriers, including 052D destroyers - where you can push these YJ-18 64 rockets!

    YJ-18 is, to put it mildly, not quite a Club, and especially a Caliber.
    1. They are positioned according to Beidou, which is still weak.
    2. Cannot perform evasion maneuvers. Our missiles can, even in export versions.
    3. Do not have a DSMAC system, are deprived of the ability to move around the terrain and on electronic maps.
    It is somewhat not the ones rockets.