Foreign media presented the future of Russian military aviation




Battle Aviation Russia is waiting for the final transition from modernized Soviet technology to a completely new foundation. The Military Watch Magazine portal writes about this, presenting its vision of the future of the Russian Air Force.

In particular, we are talking about a strategic bomber, known as PAK DA, which is expected to become the successor to the Tu-160.

The new aircraft, the text says, will be able to use a number of hypersonic missile systems, which are currently being installed on existing platforms, in particular, the MiG-31. However, the timing of putting new products into operation (called, in particular, 2027 and 2029), as well as the scale of production, are not entirely clear.

Another potentially interesting development in the publication is the concept of the new-generation interceptor MiG-41 or PAK DP. This car is conceived as a full-fledged sample of the 5 ++ generation or even the sixth. If realized, it will replace a large number of MiG-31 interceptors, now in service. This device is promised a lot of opportunities, including weapons that can attack satellites.

Other promising developments may be the modernized Su-57 (freely named in the article as “Su-60” - under the “export version”) or a hypothetical vertical take-off fighter, for some reason named in the publication “Yak-150”, which, however already refers to the world of speculation, rather than real facts.
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  1. Thunderbolt 5 January 2020 13: 40 New
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    I’m still waiting for the Su-57 in the army, and in the magazine it’s about its modernization, and sixth holders. Given the real pace of development --- the troops wait for the advanced concepts listed in the article for at least a decade. I noticed that now such optimistic "reprints" of nothing have become very popular.
    1. Ilya-spb 5 January 2020 14: 01 New
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      Eh ... They are expensive, new planes ... Rather, we will start delivering abroad than to ourselves.
    2. New Year day 5 January 2020 14: 33 New
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      Quote: Thunderbolt
      Given the real pace of development --- the troops wait for the advanced concepts listed in the article for at least a decade.

      who knows, maybe later ...
      Magomed Tolboev, Major General, Honored Test Pilot of Russia: Serdyukov conceived the reorganization of the LII. And all his so-called reorganizations always led to collapse. And, as a result, to the inevitable closure or reprofiling of organizations.
    3. g1v2 5 January 2020 18: 42 New
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      The first serial was to go to the troops under the Christmas tree. But he was defeated in trials. PM first will be this year. Well, the article is really about nothing.
    4. alex007i 5 January 2020 23: 01 New
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      I’m still waiting for the Su-57 in the army, and in the magazine it’s about its modernization, and sixth holders.

      But what is it to wait for him, in the newspapers they write that in case of conflict they will throw super sound.
      You can sleep peacefully.
    5. Chaldon48 24 February 2020 03: 33 New
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      And why bother with the fifth, when there is talk everywhere about the sixth. Let them catch up!
  2. Victor_B 5 January 2020 13: 44 New
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    Violent fantasy and wet dreams that we cannot create for the fifth generation.
    This is not the fifth generation in the opinion of the Americans SU-57 and that's it!
    Why? But because they came up with these boundaries and set them!
    I planted a Samasadik, I will water it myself!
    1. Gray brother 5 January 2020 14: 03 New
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      Quote: Victor_B
      Wild fantasy and wet dreams

      They are far from the CIA - in general, bawls happen.

    2. Spart55 5 January 2020 14: 46 New
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      Fifth, not fifth - this is a dispute about anything.
      Not in this case.
      You can blame the American 22nd and 35th as much as you like, but they are in the troops.
      They are flying.
      They are in a series.
      Moreover, they are exported.
      And we still can not put a single 57th in the army.
      That's the problem. That's where the headache is.
      1. poquello 5 January 2020 15: 05 New
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        Quote: Spart55
        You can blame the American 22nd and 35th as much as you like, but they are in the troops.

        and sho? we also have 35s in the army, they fly, in series and for export, and so far there are no hints at the serious advantages of their 22x and 35x over our 35m
        1. ugol2 5 January 2020 18: 51 New
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          Quote: poquello
          while there are no hints at the serious advantages of their 22x and 35x over our 35m

          Let me ask you why you came to the conclusion how you compare them?
          You can compare by the effectiveness of solving similar problems. But these aircraft do not conduct any active hostilities, neither on the side of the Russian Federation and the USA, nor on the side of third countries.
          1. poquello 6 January 2020 14: 02 New
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            Quote: ugol2
            You can compare by the effectiveness of solving similar problems. But these aircraft do not conduct any active hostilities, neither on the side of the Russian Federation and the USA, nor on the side of third countries.

            they may not be led, and su35 in Syria solves problems very effectively
            1. hydrox 7 January 2020 08: 43 New
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              I would even say that the S-400 and Su-35 pair have such high efficiency that American products have already hit the Su-35, but the Su-35 has avoided this shame! laughing
    3. Vadim1000 6 January 2020 14: 45 New
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      In my opinion, a fifth-generation aircraft should not be inferior in speed to fourth-generation aircraft (maximum speed at altitude).
  3. maidan.izrailovich 5 January 2020 13: 55 New
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    About it writes Military Watch Magazine, presenting his vision of the future of the Russian Aerospace Forces.

    Not otherwise the US military-industrial lobby paid an article. crying
    So that when drawing up the military budget they should not be forgotten. lol
    1. Pete mitchell 5 January 2020 14: 21 New
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      Quote: maidan.izrailovich
      Not otherwise the US military-industrial lobby paid an article

      This article paid Chamber N.6fun reading fiction with pictures
      1. hydrox 7 January 2020 08: 45 New
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        What is this "flying horror"? request
        1. Pete mitchell 7 January 2020 09: 06 New
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          hi I'm telling you - chamber nr. 6 paid the article. This is a picture from the original article - supposedly stealth based on the MiG-29
  4. Klingon 5 January 2020 14: 03 New
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    Yes, it seems that they wanted to create something at the Yakovlev Design Bureau based on the Yak-141 developments. but it’s not clear why these planes should take off
  5. Awakened-M 5 January 2020 14: 04 New
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    Russian combat aviation is waiting for the final transition from modernized Soviet technologies to a completely new foundation

    They are lying! Who told them that? laughing
    F-35 does not seem to be purchased, etc. .
  6. knn54 5 January 2020 14: 14 New
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    PAK-DA, unlike the Tu-160. Will be subsonic and subtle. And why not a word about "Hunter"?
    And you can’t forbid fantasizing.
    1. Piramidon 5 January 2020 17: 25 New
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      Quote: knn54
      And why not a word about "Hunter"?

      If this is a question for the Military Watch Magazine portal, then it has not been registered on the VO website and will not be able to answer your question. wink
  7. prior 5 January 2020 14: 34 New
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    The most urgent issue of modernization of the videoconferencing system - will there be anyone to protect by then?
    And then by the time the modernization ends, some will die out, others will "modernize" to the West .......
  8. svp67 5 January 2020 14: 49 New
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    Other promising developments may be the modernized Su-57 (freely named in the article as “Su-60” - under the “export version”) or a hypothetical vertical take-off fighter, for some reason named in the publication “Yak-150”, which, however already refers to the world of speculation, rather than real facts.
    The level of "Experts" is simply amazing. At least take the name. In the Russian Federation, as in the USSR, starting from the 40s of the 20th century, all the numbers of the fighters are Odd. Of course there were exceptions, but this is very rare and it really was an exception, like the Tu-128
    1. mvg
      mvg 5 January 2020 17: 17 New
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      su-30 as even, mi-28/24, ka-50
    2. Piramidon 5 January 2020 17: 34 New
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      Quote: svp67
      there were an exception, like the Tu-128

      Yak-28P, Su-30
  9. bar
    bar 5 January 2020 15: 05 New
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    Again the news in the future tense, now from the "foreign media"
  10. georggy 5 January 2020 15: 41 New
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    There is no future, the builders of capitalism have ditched.
  11. Aleks2000 5 January 2020 16: 35 New
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    Ha!!!
    Judging by the article, the Americans simply listed the names.
    Or did the translator withhold something?
    Because no deadlines, no TX just ...

    “Russia’s combat aviation is waiting for a final transition from modernized Soviet technologies to a completely new basis.” The whole question is in time ... Aviation is getting more expensive ... After 50 years, will we move on or 20?
  12. Vadim1000 5 January 2020 19: 50 New
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    So on the engines of the first stage what is the maximum speed without afterburner?
  13. habaroff.ven 5 January 2020 20: 45 New
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    Now guess where he was sucked out and who needs this nonsense.
  14. ximkim 6 January 2020 14: 02 New
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    Quote: Thunderbolt
    I’m still waiting for the Su-57 in the army, and in the magazine it’s about its modernization, and sixth holders. Given the real pace of development --- the troops wait for the advanced concepts listed in the article for at least a decade. I noticed that now such optimistic "reprints" of nothing have become very popular.

    The industry is skidding .. it happens (I myself hope that they will eliminate the cause of idling, and without some year there) ... Most importantly, there are excellent pilots and planes in Russia. And so, let there be a world without violating the borders and biofield of the Russian Federation.