BDK "Peter Morgunov" project 11711 continued testing in the Baltic Sea

BDK "Peter Morgunov" project 11711 continued testing in the Baltic Sea

The first serial BDK project 11711 "Peter Morgunov" continued the passage of the test program. This was reported by the press service of the Baltic shipyard "Yantar".


According to the report, the BDK entered the Baltic Sea to continue the test program. At this stage, the exit will take only a few days and will include tests of the navigation complex and artillery firing.

It should be noted that the factory sea trials of the Peter Morgunov BDK began in mid-September 2019 and are combined with the conduct of state tests. This decision was made in consultation with the Naval fleet Of Russia. On the ship, in addition to the crew, there is a delivery team of the Yantar Shipyard.

If the plans have not changed, then the ship will be part of the Navy in the first quarter of this year, the exact date is still unknown.

BDK "Peter Morgunov" is the second ship of the 11711 project and the first serial after the lead BDK "Ivan Gren". Laid down in June 2015 of the year and launched on 25 on May 2018 of the year. The construction of the ship was carried out with delays, since it was necessary to correct the mistakes made in the design of the lead ship. The head "Ivan Gren" was laid in the 2004 year, launched in the 2012 and transferred to the fleet only in the 2018 year.

At present, the Yantar Shipyard is constructing two more BDKs, laid down in April for the improved 11711 project - Vladimir Andreev and Vasily Trushin. The deadlines for the delivery of ships are defined in 2023 and 2024 years.

BDK 11711 is the latest development of Project 1171, according to which in 1960-1970 the Yantar Shipyard built a series of 14 ships. The ship can accommodate 13 tanks or more than 30 armored personnel carriers and infantry fighting vehicles. The BDK also provides for the deployment of a reinforced battalion of the Marine Corps, as well as the temporary deployment of various types of ship helicopters. The ship has a cruising range of 4 thousand nautical miles, which allows you to perform tasks in the far sea zone
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  1. Victor_B 23 January 2020 15: 11 New
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    To destroy the tank regiment of marines in the field is not a trivial task.
    But along with such a ship - well, let's say ... maybe. One rocket.
    (The "horn" just took the regiment on board. This - I do not know)
    1. orionvitt 23 January 2020 15: 47 New
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      Quote: Victor_B
      Well, let's say ... maybe. One rocket.

      And kill a man with one bullet. Aircraft shot down with one rocket. To knock out a tank with one grenade. Not only that, destroy the whole planet with one shot of the "death star". (Joke). laughing Do you propose not building anything and not giving birth to people?
    2. LeonidL 23 January 2020 18: 20 New
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      As you know, BDKs do not go alone, under the escort, because the air defense, missile defense and anti-aircraft defense will be provided at the proper level. Even remember the sea war 08-08-08. BDK were in the escort.
  2. Thrifty 23 January 2020 15: 12 New
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    Instead of testing, a couple of loaded flights to Syria! And 4000 miles for him is clearly a short range.
  3. GKS 2111 23 January 2020 15: 44 New
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    Morgunov Petr Alekseevich
    Soviet military leader. Lieutenant General.
    The first in the USSR cavalier of the Order of Nakhimov I degree.
    Member of the defense of Sevastopol during the Great Patriotic War.

    Peter Morgunov was born on January 25, 1902 in the city of Moscow. After graduating from the primary city school in 1913, he worked as a mechanic at the Dynamo plant. He took part in the October Revolution of 1917. Since July 1919 he served in the ranks of the Red Army. In 1921, having graduated from Odessa artillery courses, he was the platoon commander of the coastal battery of the Sevastopol fortress.
    In 1925, Morgunov graduated from the Higher Special Artillery Courses, and in 1929 - the Higher Special Courses of the Naval Academy. In the early 1930s, he commanded the tower battery number 35, then he was an assistant commandant of the Crimean fortified area. In 1939 he became commandant of the coastal defense of Crimea and the main base of the Black Sea Fleet.
    On May 21, 1941, Peter Morgunov was awarded the title of “Major General of the Coastal Service”. At the beginning of World War II, he directed the construction of land defensive lines of the Main Base of the Black Sea Fleet and the artillery fortified area in the north of Crimea.
    Since November 1941, Petr Alekseevich was deputy coastal defense of Philip of October, commander of the Sevastopol defensive area. He took an active part in the defense of Sevastopol. In July 1942 he was appointed deputy commander of the Black Sea Fleet for the ground forces. In the fall, he worked in the special commission of Vice Admiral Sergei Petrovich Stavitsky to study the experience of the defense of Sevastopol.
    Since the beginning of 1943, Morgunov served as chief of coastal defense of the Black Sea Fleet. The rank of lieutenant general of the coastal service was awarded on April 10, 1944. A month later, on May 16, he was awarded the Order of Nakhimov of the XNUMXst degree, becoming the first holder of this order in the USSR.
    In August 1950, Peter Morgunov became the head of the coastal defense department, and then - the head of the Main Combat Training Directorate at the Main Naval Headquarters. In 1951 he was appointed chief of the coastal defense of the Navy. In 1955, he was transferred to the reserve for health reasons.
    Peter Alekseevich is the author of the book on the defense of Sevastopol "Heroic Sevastopol."
    Pyotr Alekseevich Morgunov died on September 29, 1985 at the age of eighty-three.
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  4. x.andvlad 23 January 2020 15: 49 New
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    Currently, the Yantar Shipyard is constructing two more BDKs, which were laid down in April for the improved project 11711 - Vladimir Andreev and Vasily Trushin. The deadlines for the delivery of ships are defined in 2023 and 2024.

    For a long time tormented this project. But the output is a completely different ship.
    And displacement and combat capabilities. Let's hope that the second version will be built faster.
    1. Marconi41 23 January 2020 16: 06 New
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      Quote: x.andvlad
      Currently, the Yantar Shipyard is constructing two more BDKs, which were laid down in April for the improved project 11711 - Vladimir Andreev and Vasily Trushin. The deadlines for the delivery of ships are defined in 2023 and 2024.

      For a long time tormented this project. But the output is a completely different ship.
      And displacement and combat capabilities. Let's hope that the second version will be built faster.

      Initially, Gren (Morgunov) was a project from the past. But their continuation is already similar to modern UDC, which undoubtedly pleases.
    2. saygon66 24 January 2020 02: 01 New
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      -Improved 11744 looks similar to project 1123 ...
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      - And in terms of construction the same three years ...
      1. Nosgoth 24 January 2020 16: 06 New
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        Looks like it is also a ship?
        1. saygon66 24 January 2020 16: 31 New
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          laughing And this too ... I read that the ships of this project served as the basis for the design of all subsequent developments of domestic aircraft carriers ... So why not finalize to UDC? And so - yes ... I served in the infantry, and I’m unlikely to be a passenger on such a ship ..
  5. Pavel57 23 January 2020 15: 56 New
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    The improved project 11711 is similar to the French cruiser helicopter carrier Jeanne D`Ark.
    1. Servisinzhener 23 January 2020 23: 23 New
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      By the way, the same age as our project 1123, albeit a little with a different specificity.
      1. Pavel57 24 January 2020 00: 48 New
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        1123 wider at the waist, although the original version was closer to the Frenchman.
  6. Igor Borisov_2 23 January 2020 16: 15 New
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    This morning I watched him go to sea ....
    1. Vadim Zhivov 23 January 2020 18: 48 New
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      Well, if you are there nearby, you can write how the construction of the second pair of 11711 is going on, if not difficult of course hi
  7. Luty 23 January 2020 18: 04 New
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    Project 1171, of course, contained more equipment and landing than the project 775 BDK built in Poland. But for comfort it was tin at the level of the landing ships of the Second World War. I hope the new project combined the best from the previous ones.
  8. Alexey from Perm 23 January 2020 23: 45 New
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    Gren laid in 2004, commissioned in 2018, 14 years is an indicator of the degradation of Russian industry in comparison with the USSR
    1. Looking for 24 January 2020 17: 51 New
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      because the embezzlement on an especially large scale — 10000 rubles — was shot at. Liberals were given 10 years in the camps. Article 93, part 1, supplementing the Criminal Code with the law of July 25, 1962, allowed the death penalty to be imposed on those responsible for embezzlement sizes (worth more than 10 thousand rubles and taking into account the significance of the stolen for the national economy).
  9. Moonsund 24 January 2020 00: 00 New
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    Morgunov Peter Alekseevich, Knight of the Order of the British Empire. The cross saw, climbed to find out. There were Men! Even the "partners" recognized. Iron people, big countries.
  10. lvov_aleksey 25 January 2020 22: 03 New
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    I'm happy for us
    To be honest, I want to continue living in this country
    ps somewhere there no one is waiting for us.