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In the Arctic, deployed additional air defense to cover the sky above the Northern Sea Route

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Additional air defense forces to ensure the safety of airspace over the Northern Sea Route will be deployed in the Far North, said the commander of the North fleet RF Admiral Nikolai Evmenov.


In the Arctic, deployed additional air defense to cover the sky above the Northern Sea Route


The admiral said that the construction of a new military camp in the village of Tiksi, where units of the air defense unit of the Northern Fleet will be deployed to cover the airspace above the Northern Sea Route, is almost completed. Construction is under the personal control of the commander of the Northern Fleet, the town will include all modern amenities for living. The armament of the connection will be delivered with a C-300B4.

In addition, the SF Coast Guard divisions will receive the next Ball and Bastion anti-ship missile systems, and the arctic version of the Tor-M2DT short-range anti-aircraft complex will go into service with a separate motorized rifle brigade.

As part of the rearmament of the Arctic group of the Russian Ministry of Defense, the Northern Fleet plans this year to complete the rearmament of tankers of a separate motorized rifle brigade at Tanks T-80BVM, as the most adapted for operation in the Far North.
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Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation
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  1. Victor_B
    Victor_B 13 March 2019 11: 04
    +2
    Not the Northern Sea Route, but the northern direction.
    The direction from which the KR (cruise missiles) strategic planes and multi-purpose nuclear submarines will shoot.
    The water area is huge and less even (ice), therefore, for the Kyrgyz Republic, the radio horizon is not much overlapping.
    Still, the MIG-31 is wonderful, but intercepting hundreds of missiles without help from the ground is difficult.
    1. Egorovich
      Egorovich 13 March 2019 11: 09
      +1
      It is for the protection of the Northern Sea Route, and across the North Pole you cannot find anyone who wants to swim. wink
      1. AU Ivanov.
        AU Ivanov. 13 March 2019 11: 24
        +3
        There are no people who want to swim, but there are plenty of people who want to fly.
      2. Mar.Tirah
        Mar.Tirah 13 March 2019 11: 52
        0
        Quote: Egorovich
        you can’t find anyone wishing to swim across the North Pole.

        So it is, but there are too many people wishing to arrange a provocation like the Kerch bridge on the NSR. Therefore, ships are needed there too.
      3. Astra55
        Astra55 13 March 2019 14: 50
        +1
        It is for the protection of the Northern Sea Route

        Yes of course. to protect the Northern Sea Route. With its three dozen ships per year, the same number passes through the Suez Canal in 1 night. To do this, you need no less than the latest S-300B4 and it is near Tiksi. And we will protect only from Somali pirates. Or shoot down ballistic missiles ruthlessly flying into a lone gas carrier. wassat
        Karoche, some kind of dregs. And what about the Northern Sea Route?
        Russia put a paw on the Arctic and says to everyone -
        THIS IS MY HERE DO NOT SCAN.
        How else. It is impossible otherwise, in modern realities only strength is respected. Otherwise, the "partners" completely ceased to understand the Russian language in an amicable way. yes
    2. Vladimir Postnikov
      Vladimir Postnikov 13 March 2019 16: 41
      +1
      Quote: Victor_B
      Not the Northern Sea Route, but the northern direction.
      The direction from which the KR (cruise missiles) strategic planes and multi-purpose nuclear submarines will shoot.

      Yes exactly. Here the Northern Sea Route is completely in no way. It is clearly written there:
      designed to cover airspace over the Northern Sea Route.
      And that’s it. Yes, the Northern Sea Route passes there. But why protect him? From foreign merchant ships? But today they are not forbidden to go this way. If anyone knows of such a ban, give a link to it.
      The information presented is quite normal, but the perception of many here is not at all normal.
      These many begin to incorporate their imagination.
      In addition, the SF Coast Guard divisions will receive the next Ball and Bastion anti-ship missile systems, and the arctic version of the Tor-M2DT short-range anti-aircraft complex will go into service with a separate motorized rifle brigade.

      Where is it written in the article that all this will be delivered to Tiksi? There is no such thing (unless only TOP can be delivered slowly). And these many have already decided that all of the above will be delivered to Tiksi "to guard the Northern Sea Route." No.
      Yes, Russia has been driven under the Arctic ice today. So, this deployment of the air defense missile system will cover the northern direction and the area of ​​deployment of the "response". It is possible that some other anti-submarine ballistic missile systems will be installed in the future. And that's all, perhaps.
      1. NordUral
        NordUral 14 March 2019 09: 26
        0
        Vladimir, you read on the net what the Americans say about our Arctic. Maybe your opinion will change.
        1. Vladimir Postnikov
          Vladimir Postnikov 14 March 2019 14: 07
          -1
          Quote: NordUral
          Vladimir, you read on the net what the Americans say about our Arctic. Maybe your opinion will change.

          Eugene, you sent me there, not knowing where. What to read? I am reading. I read in the original. For information: I have good English. What do you want to surprise me with? What do you know about my opinion, and how can it change? Questions, questions.
          1. NordUral
            NordUral 14 March 2019 14: 10
            0
            Vladimir! I do not urge you to read something specific and inaccessible to mere mortals like me. It is enough only that has become familiar in the network. I won’t disturb you anymore, this is empty.
            1. Vladimir Postnikov
              Vladimir Postnikov 14 March 2019 15: 17
              -1
              Quote: NordUral
              I won’t disturb you anymore, this is empty.

              OK. I believe that this is the right decision. hi
  2. bessmertniy
    bessmertniy 13 March 2019 11: 07
    +9
    The defense of the Northern Sea Route is a clear positioning that this given Arctic is Russian and is controlled by its Armed Forces.
    1. Simferopol
      Simferopol 13 March 2019 14: 14
      0
      Almost 50% of the Arctic is internationally owned by Russia. SchA still the UN can add. Satisfy our application, then maybe over half. If it weren’t for Alaska, then P. endostan could not even claim the crumbs that it has. We must return Alaska to its home harbor
    2. Tavrik
      Tavrik 13 March 2019 19: 51
      +1
      In the 21st century, control over assets is exercised not by the Armed Forces, but by controlling stakes in the securities of the LLC managing these assets. Let me explain: when suddenly the flow of ships increases so that the provision of their passage will generate income, then to extract this income they will create, for example, OOO "Sevmorput", whose board of directors will include people, incl. with passports of different countries (see Rosneft). And decisions will be made for no one knows whose interests. And tanks, cannons, missiles, airfields can be placed at least every 100 km, no one is going to fight there anyway.
  3. rocket757
    rocket757 13 March 2019 11: 11
    +3
    No one can cover everything and forever in the foreseeable future! Only "TANKS on foreign airfields / launch sites" can ensure your / our peace and inviolability!
    Yes, even general disarmament, maybe! .... although this is too naive fantasy! But at least everyone can try to live in the WORLD.
  4. Andrey Chistyakov
    Andrey Chistyakov 13 March 2019 11: 15
    0
    Well, that's good.
    1. Tiksi-3
      Tiksi-3 13 March 2019 13: 07
      +3
      Native places, I’m glad that life is returning there, and air defense is really needed there, I’d like to place a couple of 31 migrations there ... .. eh tundra, hills, nelma, vendace and deer)))
  5. Astra wild
    Astra wild 13 March 2019 11: 28
    +3
    Somewhere I saw information that the Americans are planning to "squeeze" us out of America, and the C 300 and "Bastion" will be a cold shower for the "squeezers". Father-in-law, once said that cold water has a sobering effect on brawlers
  6. rotmistr60
    rotmistr60 13 March 2019 11: 30
    +1
    to cover the sky over the Northern Sea Route
    Otherwise, there are already those who want to "privatize" the SVM in their favor from the American side, despite the fact that it is taking place in Russia's territorial waters. "Exceptional" with a set of impudence, self-confidence and outright rudeness consider it possible for themselves and call on the satellites to support them.
  7. Igor Borisov_2
    Igor Borisov_2 13 March 2019 11: 32
    +1
    Quote: Astra wild
    Somewhere I saw information that the Americans are planning to "squeeze" us out of America, and the C 300 and "Bastion" will be a cold shower for the "squeezers". Father-in-law, once said that cold water has a sobering effect on brawlers

    Probably all the same from the Arctic, and not from America?
  8. Butchcassidy
    Butchcassidy 13 March 2019 12: 15
    0
    As part of the rearmament of the Arctic group of the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation, the Northern Fleet plans this year to complete the re-equipment of the tank crews of a separate motorized rifle brigade to T-80BVM tanks as the most adapted for operation in the conditions of the Far North.

    As far as I remember, the point is a gas turbine engine that starts well in cold weather.
  9. Dikson
    Dikson 13 March 2019 12: 35
    0
    As I understand it, tanks are for the Kola Peninsula .. because there is no sense in tanks on the coast of the Arctic ..
    1. Tavrik
      Tavrik 13 March 2019 19: 52
      -2
      To do what our corporate identity does not make sense.
  10. Simferopol
    Simferopol 13 March 2019 14: 11
    +2
    Complete dominance of Russia in the Arctic

    Still, Russia has stored about 135-year-old additional gas reserves and 20-year-old additional oil reserves there. + NSR must be protected from any exceptional
  11. Tavrik
    Tavrik 13 March 2019 19: 57
    -3
    For some reason, it reminded how they were preparing to defend Sevastopol from the sea, but in reality they had to fight off the land ...
    And a joke about a drunkard who was looking for keys not where he had lost, but where it was lighter. And more about the elusive Joe, which no one catches.
  12. Lara Croft
    Lara Croft 13 March 2019 23: 37
    -1
    Additional air defense forces ensuring the safety of airspace over the Northern Sea Route will be deployed in the Far North

    And they thought in NATO, exercises are going on in the Russian Federation ....
  13. 2 Level Advisor
    2 Level Advisor 14 March 2019 09: 02
    0
    I’m wondering why in the Arctic they drive short-range air defense? there’s rather S-300, S-400, we need airplanes, which is almost absent, but there’s a lot of TORs .. If there covers 0,2 percent of the space, it’s good .. it’s worth it only to cover the base a bit, but certainly not the WHOLE north direction
  14. sannyomd
    sannyomd 14 March 2019 15: 49
    0
    Quote: NordUral
    Vladimir, you read on the net what the Americans say about our Arctic. Maybe your opinion will change.

    So they, these Americans always say something. Their language is boneless)))