Syzran resumes training helicopter pilots for the Russian Navy

Syzran resumes training helicopter pilots for the Russian Navy

Starting next year, in Syzran, they will resume training helicopter pilots for the Navy fleet. The training of cadets for Ka-27PL, Ka-27PS and Ka-29 helicopters will be carried out on the basis of the Syzran branch of the military training and scientific center of the Russian Aerospace Forces (formerly SVVAUL). About this in an interview with the newspaper "Red Star" said the head of the branch, Colonel Alexander Asanov.


According to the colonel, next year it is planned to resume theoretical training of pilots of the Ka-27PL, Ka-27PS and Ka-29 helicopters for service in the navy. In addition, it is planned to organize the training of cadets on the new Mi-26 heavy transport helicopter of a new modification.

In the 2020-2021 academic year, the branch plans to resume the theoretical training of graduates sent to serve in military units aviation Navy on the types of helicopters Ka-27PL, Ka-27PS and Ka-29

- said Asanov.

He clarified that at the base of the former Syzran Higher Military Aviation School for Pilots (SVVAUL) pilot training for helicopters such as Mi-8MTV-5, Mi-8AMTSH, Ka-52, Mi-35, Mi-28N and MI-XM . For training, combat training helicopters Ansat-U, Mi-28 and Mi-8 of all modifications are used.

In addition, as the head of the branch said, the training of young helicopter pilots uses the experience of military operations in Syria.
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  1. New Year day 17 November 2019 11: 44 New
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    that's good! It's time to pay attention to naval aviation
    1. knn54 17 November 2019 12: 15 New
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      It has long been time to pay attention to the training of military helicopter pilots and not only for naval aviation.
  2. Praetorian4 17 November 2019 11: 56 New
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    ̶Б̶е̶з̶ ̶и̶с̶п̶о̶л̶ь̶з̶о̶в̶а̶н̶и̶я̶ ̶Г̶М̶О̶ The experience of warfare in Syria is used.

    And what did they learn in Syria, what were they not paying attention to and practicing before?
    1. Evil echo 17 November 2019 12: 10 New
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      But you were not notified in writing what changes have been made to the training program? Cossack mishandled chitoli?
      1. Praetorian4 17 November 2019 12: 11 New
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        No, not notified. Well of course mishandled, not that you, of course.
        It’s just that soon in the field kitchen we will have a bread oven using combat experience in Syria. Sculpt to and from the place, just to add status.
        1. Lopatov 17 November 2019 12: 33 New
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          Quote: Praetorian4
          It’s just that soon in the field kitchen we will have a bread oven using combat experience in Syria. To the place and out of place

          It’s just that some sort of lantern decided that the presence of the RF Armed Forces in Syria needs additional justification and let the army PR specialists circulate this very “experience” that needs to be mentioned.
          After which no less stupid subordinates brought everything to complete insanity, mentioning this notorious "experience" everywhere.

          Which not only does not lead to the desired result, but rather, it simply causes laughter. Especially among those who are aware of how they had previously .... about the experience of the Afghan, two Chechen, South Ossetian and other wars.
          1. sabakina 17 November 2019 12: 50 New
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            Lopatov, after reading your post, I remembered an excerpt from the movie "Ships storming the bastions." There, at the very beginning of the film, there is a dialogue between Ushakov, Suvorov and a certain count. It’s a pity there isn’t this passage on YouTube. I hope the moderators forgive me this. Watch from 8:40 to 10:05
  3. Nycomed 17 November 2019 12: 22 New
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    He visited Syzran and even met at the hotel with men who had arrived from Kutaisi on a business trip to the helicopter school in terms of servicing helicopters. So, just now I thought: was there an aircraft repair plant in Kutaisi?
    1. askort154 17 November 2019 12: 41 New
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      Nycomed ...... He visited Syzran and even met at the hotel with men who came from Kutaisi ......... Now, just thinking: was there an aircraft repair plant in Kutaisi?

      Thought too late. crying
      And I would have met women, now I would have pleasantly recalled. wink hi
      1. Nycomed 17 November 2019 12: 49 New
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        Speaking of women. One of those men, from Kutaisi, brought with him artillery binoculars. To the question: why the hell do you need it? There was the following answer: "This is not the first time I am here (in Syzran), there is no fun here, and there is a female dormitory opposite our hotel, so in the evening I look at the" charms "from the attic, since it’s not locked up." laughing
        1. askort154 17 November 2019 13: 00 New
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          Nycomed ..... but in front of our hotel there is a female hostel, so in the evening I look at the "charms" from the attic, since it’s not locked. "

          So, the "aircraft repair plant in Kutaisi" is an excuse. yes
          1. Nycomed 17 November 2019 13: 26 New
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            For what I bought, for that I sold it. The hotel was called - "The Seagull", in my opinion, but on the contrary there was a hostel, and between them the restaurant "Syzran". It was in 1986. If you want to convict me of a lie. For God's sake, your business.
  4. janeck 17 November 2019 12: 23 New
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    "everything is new, it is well forgotten old." must be returned. and reanimate everything you need in the new realities of today's world.
    1. seregatara1969 17 November 2019 17: 58 New
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      well, there weren’t 26 in Syzran yet, but there were a lot of sea ones and they learned to look for ships and submarines in the vast expanses of the Volga (they lowered their equipment into the water), the benefit of the ships is full of all kinds on the water
  5. rocket757 17 November 2019 12: 25 New
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    Cadres decide everything .... yes, even the availability of equipment and everything else, is not a secondary task!
    1. bouncyhunter 17 November 2019 13: 19 New
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      It is necessary and necessary to teach pilots! soldier
  6. Captain45 17 November 2019 12: 40 New
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    It’s interesting, where are the cadets undergoing flight practice now? Earlier in our UAAC, the Syzran cadets did the practice. Since May, the morning began with the rumble of helicopters over the house. Now ..... even the bricks from the buildings in that place were not left, and the territory was built up with cottages.
  7. Earthshaker 17 November 2019 12: 58 New
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    Logic suggests that sea pilots need to be prepared somewhere near the sea, in the Crimea on the basis of NITKA, for example, having restored it previously. But I, siroma, cannot see all depths.
    1. demo 17 November 2019 14: 01 New
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      I thought the exact same visited.
      Is it possible to simulate wind gusts up to 25 m / s, splashes of waves on the cockpit glazing, the jumping deck of the ship and around the roaring sea, where there is one unreasoned movement and, you, visiting the fish, on the simulator, even on the super modern one.
      But you are not Sadko. There is no turning back.
      Just flying a helicopter is not a simple matter.
      But flying a helicopter in a hostile environment - the sea - is a hundred times more difficult and dangerous.
      1. Earthshaker 17 November 2019 15: 14 New
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        And it’s hard to instill piloting experience without reference points on the ground, landing on a swinging platform is impossible to simulate.
        1. demo 17 November 2019 16: 00 New
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          This is precisely what I am leading to.
          Really create the conditions for training "like in battle."
          But on land, not in the sea.
          With modern technologies, you can create both air movement (purging the aircraft at what speed), and pitching, but you should not even talk about water.
          Then the pilot coming to the service, at least somehow hewn.
          And then grinding.
  8. Alexander Alekseev_2 17 November 2019 18: 44 New
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    We teach, we don’t learn, from one extreme to another ...
  9. Ros 56 17 November 2019 19: 44 New
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    What are you, not even twenty years have passed when you woke up. And to learn, there is where, in our Orenburg letka, figuratively speaking, quietly slating rustling, the roof goes slowly. Yes, in the truest sense of the word, where Yu.A. studied Gagarin stands in the full sense as after the bombing, and in Orsk where the cadets of this flight also also flew 30-40 percent, they simply didn’t, they rested the plates, and the city cemetery came almost to the airfield. But we are not enough pilots.
    1. Captain45 17 November 2019 20: 54 New
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      Quote: Ros 56
      letka where he studied Gagarin stands in the full sense as after the bombing, and in Orsk where the cadets of this flight also flew percent 30-40 there is simply no strip, they rested the plates,

      Here I am about that. At the site of the Buzuluk UAC, where the Syzran "courses" learned to fly, there was a platform with four plates. Oil industry workers sometimes get a “dope” when flying over pipelines, and even that one is based on Orenburg. In general, aviation ended, and by the way, oddly enough, it was not the "bloody red" who was to blame for this, but the "saints" 90 ones when everything fell.
      1. Ros 56 18 November 2019 09: 07 New
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        The namesake, as I understand it, are you from Buzuluk or am I mistaken. I am from Orsk, once worked at ASK. Two offices were all over the UAC and ASK, and the people from the aviation department of the DOSAAF regional committee were either here for you or for us, this was the work, they were preparing young animals. Our club territory and buildings are still alive, but there are no planes, or rather there is no money for repairs.
        1. Captain45 20 November 2019 14: 45 New
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          Yes it is. The parachute section still quietly operates on the territory of the former BuAC, but they rarely jump, I see jumps at most every two months, but on 9 of May and City Day. “Annushka” seems to be arriving from a Bugruslan school, everything has collapsed.