Yak-130 will turn into a combat option with EW containers


It became known about the plans of the United Aircraft Corporation to create a special version of the Yak-130 aircraft. Recall that at the moment, these aircraft are positioned as combat training, and in the Russian Aerospace Forces, the emphasis is primarily on the training component.


The head of the United Aircraft Corporation, Yuri Slyusar, who was in the UAE at the Dubai Airshow 2019 international exhibition, told reporters that the UAC plans to turn the Yak-130 into a combat aircraft. We are talking about a deep modernization of the initial version of the UBS, which is designed to increase its combat component.

According to Yuri Slyusar, the UAC “customized” the increased combat capabilities of the aircraft to the needs of foreign customers, including aircraft customers, including those from the Middle East.

The combat version of the Yak-130 is presented with an expanded range of weapons, including air-to-air guided missiles, NURS units of various calibers, EW (electronic warfare) containers, and a hanging container with an air gun of 30 mm caliber. It's about double-barreled aviation the cannon.

According to Yuri Slyusar, the Yak-130 today allows training personnel to pilot combat aircraft of both the 4 and 5 generations. Deep modernization of the Yak-130 will allow you to turn the aircraft into a truly self-sufficient combat unit.

Recall that earlier in Russia there were several cases of the fall of the Yak-130 aircraft. Some of them are associated with the piloting of UBS by cadets and instructors of the Borisoglebsk air base. According to some reports, the pilots expressed dissatisfaction with the operation of the UBS engines. Based on the claims made, the manufacturer conducted a multi-level refinement of combat training aircraft.

To date, Yak-130 UBS are operated in addition to Russia in countries such as Algeria, Myanmar, Laos, Bangladesh and Belarus. Consider buying in Kazakhstan, Malaysia, Syria, Mongolia and several Arab monarchies.
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  1. Lexus 17 November 2019 15: 51 New
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    Would have done for a long time. Modification on the export market is very much in demand.
    1. RUSS 17 November 2019 16: 08 New
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      Quote: lexus
      Would have done for a long time. Modification on the export market is very much in demand.

      It would be more interesting than the same Brazilian Tucano
      1. Chaldon48 17 November 2019 16: 44 New
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        Interestingly, then Ukraine will be interested in them, not a bad step to start normalizing relations
        1. 210ox 17 November 2019 16: 54 New
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          To normalize relations, a completely different step is needed. And not on our side.
          1. ltc35 17 November 2019 17: 08 New
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            They can’t step over themselves now! Even Tucano will buy in spite.
        2. Ros 56 17 November 2019 20: 02 New
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          These forelocks, only brooms, at the price of the Yak-130, they even matches can not be trusted.
        3. Avior 17 November 2019 21: 56 New
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          Ukraine is unlikely.
          There is a Chinese supersonic L15 based on the Yak-130, the Yakovlevites helped the Chinese to do it.
          Motors are Ukrainian there.
          Ukraine has been eyeing him for a long time
          1. ltc35 18 November 2019 15: 43 New
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            Good option for Ukraine. Engines will be able to change themselves.
      2. poquello 17 November 2019 16: 58 New
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        Quote: RUSS
        Quote: lexus
        Would have done for a long time. Modification on the export market is very much in demand.

        It would be more interesting than the same Brazilian Tucano

        ahem, toucan generally corn
        1. rocket757 17 November 2019 18: 07 New
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          Tukano is cheaper initially, lower operating costs.
          It cannot be compared with rocket-propelled attack aircraft in terms of performance characteristics, but for the "light" tasks, for the "poor" it is.
          1. Herman 4223 17 November 2019 19: 16 New
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            Now there are drones in its weight category. It’s easier to buy them, and there’s no need to train a pilot there. And the attack helicopter will be no worse. And this is a miracle for a weak air defense is an excellent target.
            1. rocket757 17 November 2019 19: 34 New
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              Quote: Herman 4223
              Now there are drones in its weight category.

              Where Tukano is used, consider air defense not. Unmanned aerial vehicles cannot yet replace an experienced attack aircraft crew anytime, anywhere.
              1. Herman 4223 17 November 2019 21: 27 New
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                So the fact of the matter is that their counterpart has both anti-aircraft guns and MANPADS, even like a wasp somehow flashed by. If such a machine is actively used in such a theater of operations, then ten sorties will be a success. Then the experienced crew themselves said, this is clearly not the case. Not the fact that an experienced operator is worse.
                1. rocket757 17 November 2019 21: 47 New
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                  I am not discussing a specific theater, I am considering different situations. Toucano is made to fight the "partisans," wherever they are. How much serious air defense will be for him kirdyk.
          2. Ros 56 17 November 2019 20: 04 New
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            It will just be where Shilke walk around, or if there is money, to the Carapace. good lol
            1. rocket757 17 November 2019 20: 23 New
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              The shell is not discussed, not an all-terrain vehicle, Shilka can, but not everywhere ... most often light / heavy shooting, maximum light ZSU. The richest, or actually sponsored, may have anti-aircraft MANPADS, but this is rare.
              1. Ros 56 17 November 2019 20: 28 New
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                Anti-aircraft guns do not ride, they need to shoot at planes
                1. rocket757 17 November 2019 20: 39 New
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                  Well, yes, do they teleport to the place of "work"? There are different places.
          3. Piramidon 17 November 2019 20: 23 New
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            Quote: rocket757
            Tukano is cheaper initially, lower operating costs.
            It cannot be compared with rocket-propelled attack aircraft in terms of performance characteristics, but for the "light" tasks, for the "poor" it is.

            Will it be cheaper?
            1. rocket757 17 November 2019 20: 25 New
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              Quote: Piramidon
              Will it be cheaper?

              And where to get them? Not available for a long time.
              1. Piramidon 17 November 2019 20: 27 New
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                Quote: rocket757
                And where to get them? Not available for a long time

                The Chinese. They are still releasing them.
                1. rocket757 17 November 2019 20: 36 New
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                  Quote: Piramidon
                  The Chinese. They are still releasing them.

                  Fact! They also upgrade and SELL !!! While "our responsible" do not moo calves.
                  Here zhezh ambush ... how to evaluate the irresponsibility of "our responsible" ???
                  What business they will not undertake if they are profound or pros -------
          4. poquello 17 November 2019 22: 01 New
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            Quote: rocket757
            Tukano is cheaper initially, lower operating costs.
            With the performance characteristics of the jet attack aircraft, he can not compare,

            Well, as it were, it’s warm with a soft comparison, screw - they are engaged in their tasks
          5. hydrox 18 November 2019 07: 50 New
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            Well, yes, Ukraine is not among the rich right now - and will it again be among them ...
      3. Cympak 17 November 2019 19: 02 New
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        Substitution "Tucano"? Yeah, that's just what to aim for?
        Through the air - there is no radar, on the ground there is no loose container with TV-IR channels and a laser target designator, including in container execution.
        In addition, the value of the "maize" - "Tukano" in the low price of flight hours, the ability to barrage for a long time in the desired area, low operating costs (the Yak-130 has 2 turbojet engines, moreover, in the original Ukrainian)
        Make a targeting container to get started .....
        1. rocket757 17 November 2019 19: 40 New
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          Everyone buys either what is needed or what can. Aircraft do not replace each other, by the function of a training aircraft.
          Who and how to use ... from the Czech L 39, some also make a combat unit.
      4. certero 17 November 2019 21: 36 New
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        X is not at all. The concept of the Brazilian Tucano is completely different. It is turboprop and allows you to fly very long. Yak-130 is a machine for training in the first place. Therefore, the concept of creation is completely different.
    2. Nycomed 17 November 2019 19: 27 New
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      Very demanded, but also fierce competition ...
    3. Alexander Petrov1 18 November 2019 00: 57 New
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      Yeah, you’ll get a cool airplane with a combat load of 3 tons, given that the first modifications of 1983, the Mig-29 had a combat load of 2 tons, and then in the 90s it was brought up to 4 tons and despite the fact that the price of the Yak-130 is 7,5, 29 million dollars, and Mig-30 4 million dollars, XNUMX times more expensive. smile
      1. rocket757 18 November 2019 09: 00 New
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        If the plane is in demand, then do what you need!
        1. Alexander Petrov1 18 November 2019 10: 27 New
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          I am only for, the more good aircraft we have, the more we will sleep more peacefully. smile
  2. Sergey39 17 November 2019 15: 51 New
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    The idea hung in the air for a long time. It only remained to take the finished plane and retrofit. Yes, and come in handy.
    1. TermNachTer 17 November 2019 15: 53 New
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      You can also put the new engines AI - 322.
      1. mark1 17 November 2019 16: 50 New
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        Quote: TermNachTER
        You can also put the new engines AI - 322.

        Why do we need Ukrainian engines? - SM-100 is on the way ...
        1. TermNachTer 17 November 2019 16: 56 New
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          On the way - is it when? AI - 322, even tomorrow.
          1. mark1 17 November 2019 16: 57 New
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            And tomorrow no nat and no gift for nat ...
    2. Lopatov 17 November 2019 16: 22 New
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      Quote: Sergey39
      The idea hung in the air for a long time.

      The idea to replace the Su-25 with the Su-34, and then make an almost-attack aircraft from the Yak-130 so that it performs the functions of the Su-25? laughing laughing
      1. Sergey39 17 November 2019 16: 36 New
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        So that he fulfills the functions of a product for which there is a demand.
        1. Lopatov 17 November 2019 17: 07 New
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          Quote: Sergey39
          So that he fulfills the functions of a product for which there is a demand.

          The goods from it are also not very good. Due to the presence of an Italian-made twin brother.
          1. Sergey39 17 November 2019 18: 13 New
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            It’s quite normal.
            "Consider buying in Kazakhstan, Malaysia, Syria, Mongolia and several Arab monarchies."
            1. Lopatov 17 November 2019 18: 49 New
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              Quote: Sergey39
              Consider buying in Kazakhstan, Malaysia, Syria, Mongolia and several Arab monarchies.

              Which of the following will give up the Russian aircraft in favor of the Italian version because of fear of US sanctions? Everything except Syria, which, if it takes, is it only on credit?
      2. Herman 4223 17 November 2019 21: 53 New
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        No one replaced the su-25 with the su-34. The first is no longer in serial production; it was produced in Tbilisi. Now it is being upgraded, but there is nowhere to take new cars. This new production line needs to be built. The second option is available. From the Yak130 attack aircraft to replace the su-25 just does not work. The load that he can take initially is less, and for the aircraft to perform such functions that the su-25 performs, booking will also be required. And consider this a new glider and nothing will remain of the load.
        1. Liam 17 November 2019 21: 57 New
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          Quote: Herman 4223
          for the aircraft to perform such functions that the su-25 performs, booking will also be required

          At what altitude do the Su-25s operate in Syria?
          1. Herman 4223 17 November 2019 22: 17 New
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            What about helicopters? Attack aircraft sometimes need to lower even below five kilometers according to their tasks. For this, you need to have armor. And against missiles there should be jamming systems. Such things are even on attack helicopters, and they have shown themselves in Syria.
            1. Liam 17 November 2019 22: 26 New
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              When they descend below they are knocked down. Armor against MANPADS is useless. And at an altitude of 5 km it is useless from the word altogether. Money down the drain
              1. Herman 4223 17 November 2019 23: 02 New
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                Armor is of course useless against missiles. For this there is an airborne defense complex. For example, the Vitebsk complex is on the same su-25cm. It protects the aircraft from both MANPADS and missiles with radar guidance. On helicopters is the complex president s. Armor protects against heavy machine guns and small-caliber guns.
        2. Lopatov 17 November 2019 22: 05 New
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          Quote: Herman 4223
          No one replaced the su-25 with the su-34.

          "The Su-34 fighter-bomber is considered by the military not only as a replacement for the Su-24 front-line bomber, but also as the Su-25 attack aircraft, said Viktor Bondarev, Chairman of the Committee on Defense and Security."
          https://tvzvezda.ru/news/opk/content/201711131025-uuyz.htm

          Quote: Herman 4223
          The first is no longer in serial production; it was produced in Tbilisi. Now it is being upgraded, but there is nowhere to take new cars.

          In Ulan-Uda.
          If I’m not mistaken, all modernizations of the attack aircraft are based on the Su-25UB, made there, and not in Tbilisi.


          Quote: Herman 4223
          From the Yak130 attack aircraft to replace the su-25 just does not work.

          And I about
          1. Herman 4223 17 November 2019 22: 23 New
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            A training version was released in Ulan-Ude, it is not so much and it was a long time ago. When was the last car released? And what with the production line, does it exist? Maybe the su-34 will replace the su-25 but it will not become an attack aircraft.
  3. knn54 17 November 2019 15: 53 New
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    Without a full-fledged radar with AFAR (as in the Italian "twin brother" M-346), it makes no sense.
    1. bouncyhunter 17 November 2019 16: 27 New
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      We’ll see, colleague, what will come of such plans. yes
      1. poquello 17 November 2019 17: 06 New
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        Quote: bouncyhunter
        We’ll see, colleague, what will come of such plans. yes

        Pash! Well, once said, then it will come out. I still assume that they have already found (done) a radar to be equipped with.
        1. bouncyhunter 17 November 2019 17: 25 New
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          Quote: poquello
          I still assume that they have already found (done) a radar to be equipped with.

          I do not want to rush to conclusions, friend, let's see. wink
        2. Herman 4223 17 November 2019 21: 58 New
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          There is a "lance" installed on the Indian MiG-21 during modernization. It’s really not very modern, but you can shove it.
          1. poquello 17 November 2019 22: 33 New
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            Quote: Herman 4223
            There is a "lance" installed on the Indian MiG-21 during modernization. It’s really not very modern, but you can shove it.

            Yes, they already riveted like dirt, they probably chose something
  4. Provincial-m 17 November 2019 16: 16 New
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    The Yak-130 today allows for the training of personnel for piloting combat aircraft of both the 4th and 5th generations. Deep modernization of the Yak-130 will allow you to turn the aircraft into a truly self-sufficient combat unit

    What can I say, see the time has come! hi

    Rise Russia, stop learning, it's time to fight! soldier
    1. Nycomed 17 November 2019 19: 25 New
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      Yes, my friend, it's time ... And what troops did you sign up for?
      1. ALEXXX1983 17 November 2019 20: 05 New
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        In the sofas.
  5. Professor 17 November 2019 16: 17 New
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    Yak-130 will turn in combat option with EW containers

    Will turn? Wizards are bad. They do not transform, they do not remake, but they turn ... fool
    In general, everyone should do their own thing. Stormtrooper storm, training teach ...
    1. Good_Anonymous 17 November 2019 16: 31 New
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      Using training aircraft as light attack aircraft has been common since at least Alpha Jet.
      1. Pavel57 17 November 2019 19: 19 New
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        Po-2 was still such a night bomber
      2. Vadivak 17 November 2019 19: 29 New
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        Quote: Good_Anonymous
        Using training aircraft as light attack aircraft has been common since at least Alpha Jet.

        The only case of combat use
        The Nigerian Air Force has announced the successful remilitarization of two of their four Alpha Jet demilitarized training aircraft purchased in the United States. This program is designed to use armed aircraft to strengthen the fight against rebels in northeastern Nigeria. It is reported that foreign companies offered their assistance, but the Nigerian Air Force coped with the task on its own, saving a lot of foreign currency.

        The Nigerian army made a statement about the loss of a jet training aircraft Alpha Jet (w / n NAF 466). According to the director of the military information service, Major General Chris Olukolade, the plane with two pilots went missing during the operational mission. The incident happened on September 12, 2014. “All efforts to detect the aircraft did not give a positive result. Search work is underway to establish contact with the missing pilots, ”the general said.
        1. Good_Anonymous 17 November 2019 19: 35 New
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          Quote: Vadivak
          The only case of combat use


          It is not true. From Wikipedia:


          In total, Alpha Jets flew approximately 3,000 combat missions in support of ECOMOG, sustaining no losses but incurring some damage from anti-aircraft artillery.
    2. Kasym 17 November 2019 16: 40 New
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      Oleg, show respect for the interlocutors and you will be "happy." hi
      1. Professor 17 November 2019 19: 19 New
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        Quote: Kasym
        Oleg, show respect for the interlocutors and you will be "happy." hi

        I manifest. I also demand respect for the Russian language and for our readers. Aircraft are not yet "turning".

        Quote: Good_Anonymous
        Using training aircraft as light attack aircraft has been common since at least Alpha Jet.

        Not “ordinary business,” but the inheritance of the poor.

        Quote: Vadivak
        Quote: Professor
        Stormtrooper storm, training teach ...


        Oleg good evening, training L-29 remember? It can also be used in the form of an attack aircraft, but once.
        And also the Yak-52 B identity bomber, the same, one departure.

        Well, I write, the inheritance of the poor. The rich use planes for their intended purpose. They study at the training, they are at war fighting. The semi-poor transform the "maize" into light attack aircraft ... Until the first losses.
        1. NN52 17 November 2019 20: 31 New
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          Professor (Sokolov Oleg)


          Has long been...
        2. Good_Anonymous 17 November 2019 20: 34 New
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          Quote: Professor
          Using training aircraft as light attack aircraft has been common since at least Alpha Jet.

          Not “ordinary business,” but the inheritance of the poor.


          These "poor" were France and Germany.

          Quote: Professor
          The rich use planes for their intended purpose.


          Appointment Yak-130 - combat training aircraft.
          1. Professor 17 November 2019 20: 41 New
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            Quote: Good_Anonymous
            These "poor" were France and Germany.

            France and Germany were also not always rich, and such misfortunes as the Germans still need to be looked for.

            Quote: Good_Anonymous
            Appointment Yak-130 - combat training aircraft.

            Marketers will call him transport if he has the opportunity to get him involved. Combat? He is no fighter, bomber too. A ground attack aircraft designed to directly support ground forces in battle? Is that on board there will be kamikaze. I bet that we will not see this "attack aircraft" in the sky of Syria.
            1. Good_Anonymous 17 November 2019 20: 45 New
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              Quote: Professor
              France and Germany were not always rich either


              In those days they were already rich.

              Quote: Professor
              A ground attack aircraft designed to directly support ground forces in battle?


              Attack aircraft for COIN.

              Quote: Professor
              I bet that we will not see this "attack aircraft" in the sky of Syria.


              Depends on how long this will continue. Now the Yak-130 in the VKS is not used as an attack aircraft.
              1. Professor 17 November 2019 20: 48 New
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                Quote: Good_Anonymous
                Attack aircraft for COIN.

                Papuans can also be driven on a cornfield until they start shooting back.

                Quote: Good_Anonymous
                Depends on how long this will continue. Now the Yak-130 in the VKS is not used as an attack aircraft.

                From what? Appointment Yak-130 - trainingcombat aircraft. wink
                1. Good_Anonymous 17 November 2019 20: 50 New
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                  Quote: Professor
                  Papuans can also be driven on a cornfield until they start shooting back.


                  If you fly high, then let yourself shoot back.

                  Quote: Professor
                  Now the Yak-130 in the VKS as a ground attack aircraft is not used.

                  From what? Appointment Yak-130 - combat training aircraft.


                  Maybe listen to your advice smile But rather, there is simply no money.
                  1. Professor 17 November 2019 20: 53 New
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                    Quote: Good_Anonymous
                    If you fly high, then let yourself retreat.

                    If you fly high then Hercules is a combat plane.


                    Quote: Good_Anonymous
                    Maybe they listen to your advice. But rather, there is simply no money.

                    Nonsense. The Russian Federation is full of money.
                    1. Good_Anonymous 17 November 2019 21: 02 New
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                      Quote: Professor
                      If you fly high then Hercules is a combat plane.


                      If you put weapons, appropriate equipment and fly high - yes, of course.

                      Quote: Professor
                      The Russian Federation is full of money.


                      The Russian Federation has a lot of expenses. AFAIK, the military budget has been declining in recent years.
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      Interestingly, if the article wrote that "A combat variant with electronic warfare containers will be created from the Yak-130," would you be poisoned by your own Yad without splashing it in the comments? laughing
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    5. Vadivak 17 November 2019 17: 24 New
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      Quote: Professor
      Stormtrooper storm, training teach ...


      Oleg good evening, training L-29 remember? It can also be used in the form of an attack aircraft, but once.
      And also the Yak-52 B identity bomber, the same, one departure.
  6. Lopatov 17 November 2019 16: 19 New
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    And I heard that there are still not enough of them for educational purposes.
    Maybe you should deal with more pressing matters?

    Moreover, I’m not at all sure that the Yak-130 will be more effective than the Su-25
    1. Sergey39 17 November 2019 16: 34 New
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      Given that it is supposed to be exported, it is quite possible that it is more efficient.
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      D16 17 November 2019 16: 38 New
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      not sure that the Yak-130 will be more effective than the Su-25

      It has one undeniable advantage over the Su-25. It is manufactured and has modernization potential.
      And I heard that there are still not enough of them for educational purposes.

      It's about exporting. They’ll sell military, make training for themselves.
    3. mark1 17 November 2019 16: 42 New
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      The Yak-130 should not replace a battlefield plane - a light strike aircraft (or rather a multi-functional one).
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        D16 17 November 2019 18: 06 New
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        The battlefield has long been behind helicopters. But Yak with an aiming container can drop where it’s necessary five hundred from five kilometers. Hephaestus would have been very interesting.
      2. Piramidon 17 November 2019 20: 41 New
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        Quote: mark1
        The Yak-130 should not replace a battlefield plane - a light strike aircraft (or rather a multi-functional one).

        After all, no one is proposing to take it into service with the Russian Air Force as an attack aircraft. What did the people boil here? Let Bangladeshi and Laos buy and use at least as a space shuttle. Every whim for your money.
    4. carstorm 11 17 November 2019 16: 44 New
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      customization means making changes to the requirements of specific customers. which means that someone needed it. efficiency with su 25 there is nothing to do with it) just the customer wants this option)
  7. Old26 17 November 2019 16: 57 New
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    Quote: D16
    It has one undeniable advantage over the Su-25.

    And he also has an undeniable minus in front of the Su-25 - IT IS NOT RESERVED
    1. Liam 17 November 2019 17: 00 New
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      Quote: Old26
      Quote: D16
      It has one undeniable advantage over the Su-25.

      And he also has an undeniable minus in front of the Su-25 - IT IS NOT RESERVED

      And how will armor help against MANPADS, explosives and anti-aircraft missiles?
      1. Vadivak 17 November 2019 17: 30 New
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        Quote: Liam
        And how will armor help against MANPADS, explosives and anti-aircraft missiles?

        1. Liam 17 November 2019 17: 37 New
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          MANPADS and BB-they hit the engines. And at least 100 mm of armor can be mounted, it will not help. This is time. And two ... photos of dozens shot down from Afghanistan to Syria you recently do not want to show? How did the armor help them?
          1. Vadivak 17 November 2019 18: 00 New
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            Quote: Liam
            And two ... photos of dozens shot down from Afghanistan to Syria recently do not want to show? How did the armor help them ?.

            Su-25 A. Lavrenko from the 200th OSHAE, having received an anti-aircraft projectile over Panjshir in the tail part, arrived with an almost completely broken control rod, from which less than 1,5 mm of metal remained [2].
            Su-25 was damaged by Major G. Garus from the 200th OSHAE. The DShK bullets pierced the engine right through and completely disabled the hydraulic system. The pilot managed to bring the plane to the airport
            Su-25 was hit by the 200th OSHAE (commander Lt. Col. Ruban P.V.). The pilot landed the plane on one engine, and a rocket piercing him, but unexploded, protruded from another
            (1984-1985) - received damage to the Su-25. The Su-25 link with S-25 missiles took off to support the troops. On one plane, they forgot to remove the S-25 ground safety checks. Twice unsuccessfully trying to launch a rocket, the pilot in the third approach used a gun. According to the instructions, it was not allowed to use the gun until the engine was idle and the engine speed was 80 percent. After landing during the inspection, it turned out that there were no turbine blades in the engine. The plane flew on one engine, while the pilot did not feel in the heat of attack that something had happened to the second engine

            (1984-1985) - Su-25 was shot down. The plane was hit in the engine nozzle by a rocket. They thought he was already lost. Therefore, the pilot was ordered to eject. But he put out the fire in the engine and landed the plane at the Mazar-e-Sharif airfield. Within two days, a group of specialists changed the engine, after which the aircraft was distilled to Bagram. Continued to be used in hostilities [3].

            1984-1985 - During participation in the hostilities in the DRA (in the position of regiment commander) Anatoly Vladimirovich Bakushev, pilots returned on one engine 12 times.

            Su-25 pilot Bondarenko V.A. during the attack, they flashed the DShK line in both wings. All tanks leaked completely, the plane barely held on, and he returned it to the airfield with the last drops of kerosene. It was painful to look at the plane. This plane was then restored.

            October 1984 - the Su-25, piloted by V.V. Bondarenko, returned to the airfield, dragging a train of kerosene from the tattered wings in a queue and stopped in the strip without a single drop of fuel.

            the attack aircraft of Major A. Porublyov under fire lost a hanging tank from the wing holder, which was immediately strung on a pylon by a dive plane. A plane with a vertically protruding tank was difficult to control, but no matter how hard the pilot tried, it was not possible to shake off the tank, and with this unusual suspension the Su-25 arrived at the base.

            Autumn-winter 1987 - Su-25 of the 378th OSHAP of Lieutenant P. Golubtsov was shot down. According to the memoirs of Fedchenko V.P. the rocket hit the engine, a fire started. The pilot turned the plane to the airfield. The main fire was extinguished, but the casing continued to burn. When approaching the airfield, the fire began to grow in the area of ​​the keel. Despite the commands of the leader to jump, P. Golubtsov decided to land the plane on one engine. On the run, the braking system did not work and the plane rolled out of the lane and stopped. For this case, P. Golubtsov was awarded the Order of the Red Banner of Battle.

            shot down by the Su-25 of the 378th OSHP. An explosion of a rocket tore out nearly a quarter of the wing [2].

            May 28, 1987 - Su-25 was hit by the deputy commander of the AE of the 378th OSHAP for political affairs, Major Rybakov A.N. He performed the task together with the squadron commander G. Strepetov. The wingman’s plane was hit by a MANPADS missile. Shards of a broken lantern split the face of the pilot. With bloodshot face N. N. Rybakov on the leader’s commands, he brought the Su-25 to the Kabul airfield and put it on the ground in the fuselage. The plane was rebuilt. For this flight, A. Rybakov was presented to the Order of the Battle of the Red Banner.

            July 28, 1987 - Su-25 of the 378th OSHAP of Major Obyedkov A.I. The Eight Su-25 was supposed to inflict a battalion guard on a caravan of weapons. Obyedkov A.I. He sank down to view the caravan, immediately launched on it, and the rocket hit the right engine. A short circuit occurred and the brake parachute came out. The whole group carefully watched the canopy of the parachute. They created a circle and began to cover it, thinking that A.I. Obyedkov catapulted. And then, having figured out that he was not under the dome, they reported to the airfield about his death, and the whole group returned to Bagram. After 40 minutes A. Obedkov called and reported that he had safely landed in Kabul. When the rocket hit the right engine, the elements of the destroyed turbine blades cut it to the starboard side, and there is a waterworks and electrics. As a result, a short circuit occurred, a fire started, and a burning liquid under pressure, like an autogen, cut metal. The hole burned out somewhere 1,5x1,5 m, i.e. the entire starboard side was a huge hole. The elevator control rods were held on only a 5 mm piece, almost burned out. Obyedkov A.I. he couldn’t put out the fire, it either stopped, or flared up. The landing gear got out of a short circuit, but the pilot didn’t see it and prepared to land without a landing gear. The left engine worked, and the brake system works from it. But before landing, the pilot turned off the engine, as it should be when landing without a chassis, so as not to capture the soil in the engines, and the Su-25 suffered through the entire airfield. There is nothing to brake - the engine is off. The pilot was lucky that the plane hit the right trench in the trench, it turned around and he stopped at the very end of the strip, beyond which the minefield began.

            October 27, 1988 - in Bagram, the Su-25, which had landed to the strip, demolished all three landing gears on its concrete threshold, flashed in the cloud of sparks on its belly and stopped, squeezing the fuselage along the armored car. The pilot, who had not received even bruises, got out of the remains of the attack aircraft and went to "surrender" to the headquarters [2].
          2. Vadivak 17 November 2019 18: 07 New
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            How did the armor help them?

            April 6, 1986 - Su-25 was shot down by the commander of the 378th OSHAP Lieutenant Colonel Rutsky Alexander Vladimirovich. The plane was hit during a strike at the positions of Dushmans near the Pakistani border in the area of ​​the city of Khost. The plane was already flashed by the PGI lineup when the rocket (Red Ay - [3]) hit the air intake of the left engine and turned it off, caused surging of the neighboring one and damaged the control system with fragments. The next anti-aircraft gun, which had hardly been held in the air, was finished off by the next anti-aircraft gun, and the pilot managed to leave the car that had fallen on its side already above the ground [2]. The pilot was thrown to the ground. Dushmans rushed to the place of his landing. The pilot was rescued by the Afghan military [4]. Due to the unsuccessful landing of A. Rutskoi damaged the spine, broke his arm and broke his head. Despite the ban of doctors, he later, already in the position of deputy commander of the Air Force of the 40th Army, flew a Su-25 plane, participating in hostilities in Afghanistan

            One rocket, PGI - read KPVT, and another anti-aircraft gun. Few?
            1. Liam 17 November 2019 21: 30 New
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              It seems that you yourself do not read the copy-paste text.
    2. Vadivak 17 November 2019 17: 27 New
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      And he also has an undeniable minus in front of the Su-25 - HE IS NOT RESERVED

      there he is, a voice in the desert
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      So it’s not necessary to do IL-2 from it. World War II is long over.
  8. bars1 17 November 2019 17: 24 New
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    Without a full-fledged radar with AFAR (as in the Italian "twin brother" M-346), it makes no sense.

    It would be nice to fasten the Cutter to the Yak-130 radar, if possible. For a strike aircraft, that’s it.
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    The idea hung in the air for a long time. It only remained to take the finished plane and retrofit. Yes, and come in handy.

    And they added armor? If you fight with NURs and a cannon, how does the plane transfer at least the line from the DShK? Drive the Papuans with peaks, then the half-attack aircraft is suitable. hi
    1. Vadivak 17 November 2019 17: 35 New
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      Papuans with peaks to drive

      There are no more. Glory to the CPSU
    2. Good_Anonymous 17 November 2019 17: 57 New
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      Papuans with peaks to drive, then the half-attack aircraft is suitable.


      Over the past 50 years, the USSR and the Russian Federation only fought with the Papuans. Hypothetical buyers of the Yak-130 are also not superpowers.
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      If you fight with NURs and a cannon, how does the plane transfer at least the line from the DShK?

      For this, helicopters have long been invented. Everything's there. And the armor, and the gun, and NURSY. And even anti-tank missiles. smile
  10. fa2998 17 November 2019 18: 05 New
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    Quote: fa2998
    Papuans with peaks to drive, then the half-attack aircraft is suitable.


    Over the past 50 years, the USSR and the Russian Federation only fought with the Papuans. Hypothetical buyers of the Yak-130 are also not superpowers.

    Well, yes, in Afghanistan, against the bearded with the “Stingers” and the DShK. hi
    1. Good_Anonymous 17 November 2019 19: 18 New
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      That's it - the maximum MANPADS. This is solved by strikes from a height unattainable for MANPADS. Like in Syria.
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    Great plane! What is lacking is still only the functions of the tanker and the AWACS aircraft, as well as the presidential board No. 1. Yes, and much more. The range of potential customers is especially impressive. This is power!
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    And how is this possible if the aircraft does not have a radar?
    As far as I understand, the primary goal is selected according to the radar data of the aircraft.
    Or is there a container with electronic warfare all in one bottle + also a radar?
  13. Saxahorse 17 November 2019 20: 49 New
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    Something bad is happening around the Yak-130. They begin to invent some new functions for him. And at the same time, the Air Force suddenly begins to complain that as a training Yak-130 it turns out they are not happy. It turns out that the flight is very expensive and in addition it is suddenly too complicated for the cadets. And in all seriousness, there were proposals to resume purchases of the Czech L-39 (or who is there right now?)

    The question involuntarily arises, but what were you thinking about when you were taken into service? Yak-130 as a replacement for the Su-25 is ridiculous.
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    Everything is fine ... but 2x30mm bust for the Yak130 ... and the load is large and the distance of firing on the ground is small for such an apparatus
  15. bars1 17 November 2019 21: 25 New
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    It turns out that the flight is very expensive, and in addition it is suddenly too complicated for cadets

    The first thing that turns out is that the Russian economy is too weak for a training aircraft of the Yak-130 level
  16. Pavel57 17 November 2019 22: 58 New
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    The market for combat aircraft is more than the market for training. As a training Yak-130 is a little expensive.
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    Would have done for a long time. Modification on the export market is very much in demand.

    It would be more interesting than the same Brazilian Tucano

    only instead of the second rider it would be better to stick the radar. and the gun in the hanging container, I think it will be GSh-30-2 as on Mi-24P))
  18. cat Rusich 18 November 2019 00: 37 New
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    Yak-130 training aircraft. It can first provide all educational institutions with "flying desks", "capture" the market for training aircraft, and then "experiment" with Yak ...
    1. Zaurbek 18 November 2019 09: 29 New
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      ..and to maintain the pilots of "adult aircraft" in a prepared condition, without using the resources of Su and MiG. And this is money. And lighter and cheaper this can not.
  19. jaroff 18 November 2019 06: 30 New
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    Two 30 mm guns in a hanging container? Dumb in terms of gas-dynamic stability of the engine. Will the motor be able to “chew” the firing, and if even coupled with NUR launches, such as the S-8?
  20. pafegosoff 18 November 2019 07: 32 New
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    They hung him up solidly. Only Italians have long fooled Russia and jumped on the production and trade of this airplane. And by the way, with the engines for the Yak-130 complete order?
    1. Zaurbek 18 November 2019 09: 27 New
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      Look at the export in pieces .... The Italians flew with the main tender in the United States. And now they compose different versions. And they are looking for customers.
  21. Sapsan136 18 November 2019 23: 04 New
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    As a Yak-130 combat aircraft it can only be used as a light attack aircraft, for the Third World countries, it is completely unsuitable for the Russian army as a combat aircraft ... The lack of armor protection makes it vulnerable even to small arms, and even for DShK and analogues ...