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The Japanese Navy received a new destroyer

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The Japanese fleet was replenished with a warship of a new type. At the shipyard of Mitsubishi Heavy Industries in Nagasaki, a solemn ceremony of commissioning the new destroyer JS Asahi took place. "Warspot" with reference to the portal navyrecognition.com


The Japanese Navy received a new destroyer


Asahi is the first in a series of two destroyers of the 25DD type. The second - JS Shiranui - must be transferred the fleet in March 2019. JS Asahi was laid in August 2015 and last July began to undergo factory tests. At the ceremony of handing over the ship to the military, Asahi received a subscript to the Sasebo military base.

Asahi is a missile destroyer, but its main specialization is anti-submarine operations. The ship is 151 m long, its displacement is 5100 t (full displacement will reach 7000 t). The main weapons destroyers will be anti-aircraft and anti-ship missiles, as well as torpedoes. According to unofficial information, the ships of the project 25DD are equipped with information management system AEGIS.
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  1. Mountain shooter
    Mountain shooter 12 March 2018 11: 50
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    Not a small boat. Do we have Migi with Daggers in the Far East?
    1. Alex 2016
      Alex 2016 12 March 2018 12: 01
      +4
      No, but there are boats and boats. And a couple of relatively efficient units of ships.
      1. Brylevsky
        Brylevsky 12 March 2018 12: 25
        +4
        Do not whistle". There are MiG-31s, they fly, almost every day ... There are coastal missile systems Bal and Bastion. Well, the fleet ... what, from all over the Far East, only a “couple” of combat-ready units will be typed? I do not believe in this nonsense. Part of the fleet is near the windows of my house, and there is far from a couple. Although there are no new ones among them ... but, probably, one cannot always be the first to be everywhere.
        1. Alex 2016
          Alex 2016 12 March 2018 14: 23
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          And what is really that standing under the windows, is ready and in full technical condition? A friend serves on the MPC of project 1124, the commander of the warhead-3, the other warhead-7, since since 83 he has had problems with engines and REO. And no one scratches on the replacement and repair. They do everything on their own. Repeatedly stalled at sea. Gus, so generally in a sad state. A MIG-31 whistle, because net interceptors. And while they upgrade, a lot of time will pass. hi drinks
          1. Brylevsky
            Brylevsky 12 March 2018 14: 46
            +2
            Project 11.55 BOD (except for "Shaposhnikov"), destroyers and "Varyag" in "Texas", that - are completely "dead"? Do not go anywhere, do not perform tasks? This is only in Primorye. I have not mentioned RTOs and missile boats ... there is Kamchatka (also the Far East), I agree, everything is old. But really not a single shell, not a single rocket will fly out, where should it be? It’s hard to somehow believe in it ... Now, in essence. Comrade "Mountain Shooter" asked a question, you answered him, how to put it mildly ... not quite correctly, I corrected, to the best of my vision. I suppose everyone is satisfied, both asking and answering. hi
            1. Alex 2016
              Alex 2016 12 March 2018 14: 58
              +1
              Satisfied hi
      2. Tahtvjd2868
        Tahtvjd2868 12 March 2018 15: 47
        +1
        Google maps to help you. Look what is available in B. Kamna, Ulysses, Fokino, Central Angular, Chernihivka ... Not much, of course, but enough for the samurai ..
  2. KVU-NSVD
    KVU-NSVD 12 March 2018 11: 52
    +3
    The picture looks very much like burke. In terms of functionality, apparently, too ... So the ship is probably good ... We would like a detachment of the Pacific Fleet like that, but so far unfortunately only dreams, dreams ....
    1. Alex 2016
      Alex 2016 12 March 2018 12: 04
      +2
      This is the development of the Japanese project Burke. Squadron destroyers of the type "Congo" - a type of destroyers with guided missile weapons, which is in service with the Naval Self-Defense Forces of Japan. Destroyers of the Congo type are analogous to American destroyers of the URO type Arly Burke. A total of 4 ships of this type were built: destroyers URO "Congo" (DDG-173), "Kirishima" (DDG-174), "Myoko" (DDG-175) and "Chokai" (DDG-176). The new destroyer JS Asahi further their development.
    2. Alex777
      Alex777 12 March 2018 13: 06
      +1
      Not enough displacement to compare with Burke.
      Just an escort boat PLO for helicopter carriers.
      ARMAMENT:
      1 x 127 mm gun mount Mk45 Mod4
      2 x 6 20 mm Vulkan-Falanks assault rifle
      1 x 16 vertical launch launcher Mk.41 VLS
      2 x PU SSM
      2 x 3 torpedo tubes
      1 x Helicopter SH-60K
      Multifunctional radar FCS-3A.
      Of course, they could leave room for additional launchers Mk.41, but so far the weapons are not at all impressive. hi
  3. Livonetc
    Livonetc 12 March 2018 11: 57
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    Quote: KVU-NSVD
    The picture looks very much like burke. In terms of functionality, apparently, too ... So the ship is probably good ... We would like a detachment of the Pacific Fleet like that, but so far unfortunately only dreams, dreams ....

    I am a complete layman in naval affairs.
    However, with such a "massive" configuration in terms of add-ons, what stealth could be discussed?
    1. voyaka uh
      voyaka uh 12 March 2018 12: 13
      +3
      And he doesn’t have any stealth. Berkov does not have it either.
      Only Zumvolts from large ships are stealth. But they
      and are constructed differently.
      1. san4es
        san4es 12 March 2018 13: 01
        +1
        Quote: voyaka uh
        And he doesn’t have any stealth .....

        hi ... He seeks this (through shapes and angles) smile

    2. Brylevsky
      Brylevsky 12 March 2018 12: 37
      +1
      Apparently, there is no question of her (stealth). Most of the surface ships that I had to meet at sea quite normally “shone” on the screen of a conventional navigation locator; I did not observe any manifestation of “stealth technologies”. The exception is submarines (in surface position), which, in fact, are almost invisible on the radar - and in peacetime this is their misfortune. As for this “specimen,” I think you are right: its radar visibility will not differ too much from the visibility of an ordinary refrigerator of the average tonnage. In other words, it will “glare” like an ordinary ship. My guess is purely.
    3. Alexey RA
      Alexey RA 12 March 2018 17: 03
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      Quote: Livonetc
      However, with such a "massive" configuration in terms of add-ons, what stealth could be discussed?

      And the stealth of the ship is generally a very interesting thing. As someone wrote an unobtrusive ship is like a black-drawn ninja, inaudibly creeping on a moonless cloudy night ... and shining in all directions by a dozen lanterns. laughing
  4. Shadow shooter
    Shadow shooter 12 March 2018 12: 25
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    Another Dagger Target laughing
    1. Alex777
      Alex777 12 March 2018 13: 09
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      No, sorry for him Dagger. bully
  5. Livonetc
    Livonetc 12 March 2018 12: 32
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    Quote: voyaka uh
    And he doesn’t have any stealth. Berkov does not have it either.
    Only Zumvolts from large ships are stealth. But they
    and are constructed differently.

    So I'm talking about the desirability of having such ships at the Pacific Fleet expressed in the quoted post.
    As far as I understand, the corvettes and watchdogs under construction for the Russian Navy are being developed and are being created with the use of technologies and materials that ensure "stealth."
    This is not a "stealth" technology or, in Russian, not a complete "invisibility" for detection tools.
    As I understand it, stealth is a certain delay in detecting enemy ships, which gives some advantage when confronting in an open battle.
    1. voyaka uh
      voyaka uh 12 March 2018 13: 25
      +2
      On all warships they are now making "elements" of stealth:
      cut corners, a single line of the side and superstructures on the side, "pyramids" of superstructures.
      They, as you rightly said, scatter radio waves to the sides and reduce the distance from which the ship will be detected by enemy ship radars (or reconnaissance aircraft).
      To radically reduce radio visibility, you need a special coating, not
      reflecting, and absorbing radio waves of enemy radars.
      This was done only with three Zumvolts, which, with their enormous size for the radar, look like fishing schooners.
  6. svp67
    svp67 12 March 2018 12: 36
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    Yeah ... Until the Pacific Fleet is replenished with new ships, it remains only to China to hope in the matter of counteracting the United States and its allies
  7. san4es
    san4es 12 March 2018 13: 04
    +1
    JS ASAHI - JMSDF DD-119
    Based on the statements, the main purpose of “Asahi” will be anti-submarine defense. The design of the destroyer does not contain a large number of innovative solutions. DD25 - another step in the development of Japanese 2010 destroyers. (“Hyuga”, “Izumo”, “Akizuki”), carrying similar combat systems and means of detection.
    On the external surfaces of the superstructure, there are visible elements of a characteristic form — places for installing antennas of a multifunctional radar, like FCS-3A. Radar complex, consisting of eight active headlights. Four perform the functions of detection, four - missile guidance. The system is designed to repel attacks in the near zone using low-flying anti-ship missiles.

  8. pafegosoff
    pafegosoff 13 March 2018 15: 30
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    So what? China, DPRK, Russia - intimidated?