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Kozelsky division will receive the next batch of Yars ICBMs before the end of the 2018 year

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The Kozelsk division of the Strategic Missile Forces (RVSN) of Russia deployed in the Kaluga region will receive another batch of intercontinental ballistic missiles (ICBM) of the Yars complex and load them into the mine launchers in the re-equipped missile regiment until the end of 2018, the information department reported on Thursday and mass communications of the Russian military department.


Kozelsky division will receive the next batch of Yars ICBMs before the end of the 2018 year


The commander of the Strategic Missile Forces Colonel-General Sergey Karakayev checked the construction progress at the facilities where construction and installation work is being carried out to modernize the re-equipped missile regiment of the Kozel rocket division, the department said.

Until the end of 2018, the Kozelsk missile division planned to deliver intercontinental ballistic missiles of the RK Yars and load them into the mine launchers in the reequipped missile regiment.
"It was informed.

It noted that in recent years, the supply of the Yars missile system has allowed to ensure a steady rearmament rate of the Strategic Missile Forces group of both mine and mobile basing options.

The Kozel missile division is the first unit of the Strategic Missile Forces in the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation, which is being reequipped on the Yarsy stationary base. The adoption of this complex, taking into account the development of missile defense systems, should enhance the combat capabilities of the strike force of the Strategic Missile Forces to overcome missile defense systems and strengthen the nuclear deterrence potential of Russian strategic nuclear forces, RIA reports News.
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Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation
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  1. ancestors from Don
    ancestors from Don 16 February 2018 16: 03
    +3
    “Yars” replaces “poplars”, there are no insurmountable missile defense systems for it. They said that the Yars has 8 warheads and it takes off so high that no missile defense can be reached, and then when flying up to the USA, let’s say it drops 8 warheads from above and then it’s very difficult to catch them, because they can change the trajectory according to a special algorithm and strike independently with each warhead. In general, it is impossible to defuse it.
    1. Muvka
      Muvka 16 February 2018 16: 18
      +1
      He does not come, but has already come. Considering that last year more than 20 missiles were fired. And there were not a few of them. Maybe I'm wrong, but Yars already make up the bulk of our nuclear shield.
    2. andr327
      andr327 16 February 2018 17: 06
      +1
      Now YaRSs are changing on the Topol slider, and in the mines of UR100.
      But comments on VOs like "say ..." look almost like English scientists.
  2. Vitaly Anisimov
    Vitaly Anisimov 16 February 2018 16: 04
    0
    When will empty mines be loaded with us, with the latest ICBMs ..?
    1. Herculesic
      Herculesic 16 February 2018 16: 21
      +3
      Vitaly, in a couple of hours, SAM will come to you for a report with all the documents and will acquaint you with a signature! wassat So, set the table quick! !! wassat
      1. Vitaly Anisimov
        Vitaly Anisimov 16 February 2018 16: 53
        +4
        Quote: Herkulesich
        Vitaly, in a couple of hours, SAM will come to you for a report with all the documents and will acquaint you with a signature! wassat So, set the table quick! !! wassat

        I already called him and purely in Russian (unlike our site) explained the political situation in the world and in the Southern Urals .. angry Grunted something about the election and the bitch hung up .. laughing
  3. NEXUS
    NEXUS 16 February 2018 16: 06
    +7
    Yars is good ... but when will they begin to put on duty Rubezhi (Vanguard), which have already been tested and are ready for mass production since the 16th year?
    1. andr327
      andr327 16 February 2018 17: 09
      0
      And where to make these missiles, where are the rest of the complex elements brought to mind?
  4. Herculesic
    Herculesic 16 February 2018 16: 06
    +4
    Sometimes I want to swear - why is such information generally advertised? fool Maybe a list of surname personnel will indicate? Military duty schedules? Why, then, is there a regime of secrecy, if everyone blurs everything themselves? ???? fool
    1. dvina71
      dvina71 16 February 2018 16: 14
      +2
      Because under the START treaty this is open information. The privacy mode does not violate this.
    2. Muvka
      Muvka 16 February 2018 16: 19
      +2
      Why have nuclear missiles if no one knows about them? The more they know about them, the less desire will attack our country.
    3. Vitaly Anisimov
      Vitaly Anisimov 16 February 2018 16: 56
      0
      Quote: Herkulesich
      Sometimes I want to swear - why is such information generally advertised?

      Not only to you Vitalyevich ..
      Quote: Herkulesich
      Maybe a list of surname personnel will indicate? Military duty schedules? Why, then, is there a regime of secrecy, if everyone blurs everything themselves? ????

      Soon in classmates selfie, Ugh damn lay out .. And the coordinates for them to calculate is not a problem ..!
  5. Alexander War
    Alexander War 16 February 2018 16: 16
    0
    It’s good that they are rearranging the Yars ICBMs, the main thing is that the ICBMs are reliably covered by air defense!
    1. Bosch
      Bosch 16 February 2018 17: 18
      +1
      Yars are not needed for air defense, so our overseas partners are really afraid of them.
      1. Moore
        Moore 16 February 2018 18: 42
        +4
        US Aerospace Operation? No, not heard. And at the General Staff, fools are sitting, they are still trying to cover up the positional areas of the Strategic Missile Forces with a group of air defense and ground forces.
  6. Bosch
    Bosch 16 February 2018 17: 16
    0
    Compared to what it was, it sounds ridiculous. Who knows will understand.
  7. Hurricane70
    Hurricane70 16 February 2018 18: 01
    +1
    All in a crowd on the cover of Moscow, how could we be without it ... Nonsense, that all industry in Siberia, the main thing is to cover the fucking brotherhood! I am not against Moscow, as the historical capital of Russia, I am sick of the fetid pit into which it was turned! Two aunts live there themselves, when I communicate with the younger one (65 years old), this is something, this is another person, not from our galaxy! The older one was still nothing, she was still in the retinue of Marshal Baghramyan ... but also not a gift!
    1. gig334
      gig334 16 February 2018 18: 17
      +4
      Hurricane 70, Yars are shock missiles carrying nuclear charges, not cover missiles (missile defense). They do not protect Moscow, they deliver nuclear charge to the territory of the enemy. And in Kozelsk from the time of the USSR there were Strategic Missile Forces. As for the cover, the missile defense is placed where the enemy will hit first, and these are cities of over one million people, Moscow, St. Petersburg, Novosibirsk, Yekaterinburg, etc. Or do you want to put a couple of hundred people in each village of the missile defense? So it’s unrealistic and not necessary, on these points sparsely populated, the enemy will definitely not hit
  8. Old26
    Old26 16 February 2018 20: 05
    +4
    Quote: Ancestors from the Don
    told that the Yars has 8 warheads

    Trim the sturgeon every two ...

    Quote: Ancestors from the Don
    and it takes off so high that no missile defense can reach.

    And how many kilometers? The maximum that can reach the ICBMs is about 1500 km. GBI type interceptors have a range of 2000-2500 km. Got it?

    Quote: Ancestors from the Don
    and then flying up to the USA, let's say it drops 8 warheads from above, then it’s very difficult to catch them, because they can change the trajectory according to a special algorithm and strike independently with each warhead. In general, it is impossible to defuse it.

    Yes, knowledge and climb out of all the cracks. Dear, but nothing that neither Yars, nor Bulava, nor the rest of the missiles, ours and the American, fly up to the United States (or Russia) and drop nothing from above? The breeding of warheads begins even over the territory of Russia and they will fly there along the predicted trajectory.

    Nobody catches warheads. Their Knock down. In addition, no one has maneuvering warheads in service. You can defuse ALL. It all depends on the outfit of funds

    Quote: MIKHAN
    When will empty mines be loaded with us, with the latest ICBMs ..?

    There is such a saying in Russian folk art: Soon the fairy tale affects, but not soon things are done. Our scientists have not yet invented the magic wand. To waved - ONCE and 100 new missiles appeared
    TWO waved - and they will be loaded into the mines ... Alas ...

    Quote: NEXUS
    Yars is good ... but when will they begin to put on duty Rubezhi (Vanguard), which have already been tested and are ready for mass production since the 16th year?

    When will the other components of the complex be ready. In particular, apparently there is no mobile base for this complex ...
    In addition, as far as it was known from open sources, they should have been armed with a maximum of 4 regiments. And this means that expand their production - the number of Yarsev and Maces will drop ...

    Quote: Herkulesich
    Sometimes I want to swear - why is such information generally advertised? fool Maybe a list of surname personnel will indicate? Military duty schedules? Why, then, is there a regime of secrecy, if everyone blurs everything themselves? ???? fool

    In any case, you pass this information on to our "sworn friends". So there is nothing top-secret and unknown for the “partners”. We carry out demonstrations of new equipment ("Boundary" by the way was shown to them several years ago)

    Quote: MIKHAN
    . And the coordinates on them to calculate is not a problem ..!

    Mine is already known
  9. Old26
    Old26 16 February 2018 22: 33
    +2
    Quote: andr327
    Now YaRSs are changing on the Topol slider, and in the mines of UR100.

    In fact, in the mines of the UR-100N UTTKh. Ur-100 (8K84, 15A20) has long been gone
    1. andr327
      andr327 17 February 2018 05: 46
      +1
      Although it’s used to get into the classroom, and for the ancestor from the Don, such a presence of letters is completely fatal. The guy’s brain will explode. We got the "action experts", what a pity the minuses were removed ...
  10. onix757
    onix757 17 February 2018 08: 45
    +1
    By the year 21, one third of the USSR’s most powerful nuclear legacy will be written off and there is nothing to replace it with. The Americans will not renew the START treaty and the Russian Federation will lose shaky parity. This minuscule relatively low-powered Yars is not able to solve the country's security issue. Although it is not necessary to fight with the Russian Federation, it will give everything back.
  11. Old26
    Old26 17 February 2018 13: 45
    +2
    Quote: onix757
    By the year 21, one third of the USSR’s most powerful nuclear legacy will be written off.

    You can find out “how many grams this is” and what you mean by “the most powerful legacy of the USSR”. Of course I can guess what is at stake, but I would like to hear from you not only the name, but also the quantitative content ...

    Quote: onix757
    but there’s nothing to replace it with.

    That is, you are hinting so carefully that in the next 3 years the "twenty-eighth product" will not be put into service

    Quote: onix757
    The Americans will not renew the START treaty and the Russian Federation will lose shaky parity.

    And from this place can be more detailed. How, how will Russia lose its precarious strategic forces parity with the United States?

    Quote: onix757
    This minuscule of relatively low-powered Yars is not able to solve the country's security issue.

    At the beginning of this year, the total number of “Yars” is approximately 110 (+/-). By the end of this year, the number will increase by at least 12. And more precisely, pieces by 20-25. Do you think that 130-140 Yarsev capable of carrying 600 out of 1550 authorized warheads under warheads is a miser? Oh well
    1. onix757
      onix757 17 February 2018 14: 53
      0
      There is nothing to replace the Stylet and the Voivode, and there are about 100 pieces of them left and in each more than 3000 ct. “Sarmat” did not advance beyond the throw tests.
      If the Americans withdraw from the treaty, then without much effort they will increase the number of carriers and warheads for them, and the Russian Federation will not be able to stay on the bar of 700-800 carriers. The same situation will develop with air and submarine-based missiles. Thus, the United States will receive a quantitative / qualitative advantage, without even resorting to building up the strategic nuclear forces.
      Understanding this, they will of course abandon START-3.
  12. Old26
    Old26 17 February 2018 18: 37
    +2
    Quote: onix757
    There is nothing to replace the Stylet and the Voivode, and there are about 100 pieces of them left and in each more than 3000 ct. .

    Let's leave alone how many megatons are on them. But in terms of quantity, you, sorry, were mistaken for 5-6 years.
    • In 2012, there were about 55 Voevod and R-36M UTTKh, and about 48 UR-100 N UTTKh. In total 103.
    • In 2013, there were approximately 55 Voevod and R-36M UTTKh, and accordingly 35 UR-100N UTTKh. In total 90
    • At the beginning of 2017, the remaining UR-100N UTTHs were already in the non-deployed category. That is, warheads were removed from them, missiles were removed from the mines. At the same time, the number of "Governor" was reduced to 46
    • Between July 2017 and October 2017, 20 of the remaining 46 R-36M2 Voevoda were decommissioned. at the beginning of 2018 there were TWENTY-SIX left. About any STA missiles of these two types of speech is out of the question. And your phrase
    Quote: onix757
    By the year 21, one third of the USSR’s most powerful nuclear legacy will be written off

    generally About nothing

    Quote: onix757
    “Sarmat” did not advance beyond the throw tests.

    Based on your above phrase about 21 years old - they’ll not just conduct GLI, but they’ll quite put it into service.

    Quote: onix757
    If the Americans withdraw from the treaty, then without much effort they will increase the number of carriers and warheads for them, and the Russian Federation will not be able to stay on the bar of 700-800 carriers.

    Do you seriously think so? According to the latest exchange data, in January 2018, the Americans had 454 non-deployed silos of ICBMs. They have 400 deployed ICBMs of the Minuteman-3 type. There are 50 mines in the reserve, where these missiles can still be deployed. The remaining super-limit mine launchers, with the exception of 4 mines that are used for training, have already been dismantled. That is, Americans can deploy only FIFTY ROCKET

    As for SLBMs, on 14 boats in 4 mines dismantled launch equipment SLBMs "Trident-2". Mine hatches are welded. In order to commission these mines, it is necessary to put all 14 boats in turn for repair and re-equip these mines. The number of SLBMs that Americans can deploy is ZERO

    We still hold the ceiling in 800 deployed and non-deployed media. True, we have an excessive number of undeveloped. Instead of 100, we have about 250 of them, so 150 will have to be destroyed. Keeping the ceiling in 700 deployed is difficult, but possible. The annual number of ICBMs transmitted by industry is about 20-25. About the same amount, even slightly more, are transferred by the industry from the Bulava-class SLBMs. That is, a total of about 50-55 units per year. In about 3 years, we can reach the ceilings of 700 deployed media.
    So hold on.

    Quote: onix757
    The same situation will develop with air and submarine-based missiles. Thus, the United States will receive a quantitative / qualitative advantage, without even resorting to building up the strategic nuclear forces.
    Understanding this, they will of course abandon START-3

    Now the Americans are armed with air-based cruise missiles as many as 528 units (AGM-86B). Of course, it is possible to restore production, no one argues here, but about 100-150 such missiles were usually made in a year. That's just either the old or the start to reproduce or upgrade warheads for the new air-based cruise missiles - LRSO. That's just the modernization to end in 2032. What will they restore during this time?

    And sea-based cruise missiles. Nuclear options were destroyed as early as 2010. To place on existing nuclear charges is pointless, too many alterations will be required, and the class is somewhat different.

    And how will they get a qualitative and quantitative advantage ??? Let's. tell, only with numbers, and not just common words.
    Tell us how many warheads are in operational and long-term storage? How many and which BGs on the same KR ... Dare