Mars.online: Russia “taught” Serbian MiG-29 fighters to sink ships


Serbian MiG-29 fighters will be able to sink enemy ships by introducing a package of exceptionally high-quality updates to their design. The Russians, who intervened in the process of improving the machines, “taught” them how to operate in the open sea. This opinion is expressed by the local edition of Mars.online.


Russian engineers help their Belarusian counterparts when it comes to modernizing a batch of six [Serbian] MiG-29M2 fighters

- noted Serbian news channel.

According to him, the configuration of the MiG-29M2 allows the use of anti-ship missiles of the X-31A class (according to NATO's Krypton classification). These ammunition, being resistant to the effects of electronic warfare, are aimed using radar heads with active homing.

This version of the combat aircraft [MiG-29M2] can carry X-31A supersonic missiles, which are deadly for surface warships

- writes Mars.online, indicating then a victim of this weapons can become a pennant with a displacement of 4500 tons - such as frigates and landing ships.

As the publication indicates, as a result of the modernization, the MiG-29M2 will acquire an architecture that is open for changes. This will allow Serbian industry to take part in the improvement of fighter jets. She is able to offer such missiles as VRVZ-200 and VRVZ-24. The first has a range of about 40 km with a warhead weight of about 50 kg; the second range is much shorter, amounting to 10 km, but it has a much heavier warhead of 130 kg.
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  1. Olgovich 26 January 2020 11: 05 New
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    Russia “taught” Serbian MiG-29 fighters to sink ships

    25 years earlier!
    1. sabakina 26 January 2020 11: 18 New
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      Quote: Olgovich
      Russia “taught” Serbian MiG-29 fighters to sink ships

      25 years earlier!

      1995? With alcohol in the main? Unlikely.
      1. Olgovich 26 January 2020 11: 54 New
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        Quote: sabakina
        1995? With alcohol in the main? Unlikely.

        A dream? yes
        1. sabakina 26 January 2020 12: 00 New
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          Dreaming is not harmful. It’s not harmful to dream. wink
        2. Zoldat_A 26 January 2020 13: 28 New
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          Quote: Olgovich
          Quote: sabakina
          1995? With alcohol in the main? Unlikely.

          A dream? yes

          If you really dream - then the First Secretary of the Sverdlovsk Regional Committee, someone at the right time would not let a hangover. The country would not have noticed the death of some regional secretary - except perhaps the Sverdlovsk region ...

          But there would be no 91st, there would be "Take sovereignty as much as you can swallow." With GDP, in 2001, it turned out that the Constitution of Tatarstan had more than 200 (more than two hundred, Karl !!!) contradictions in the text with the Federal Constitution.
          Maybe Berezovsky and Abramovich would not have been with the company ...
          Yes, a lot of things would not be ...

          How do I speak?
          If I knew where I would fall, I would take a rifle with a telescopic sight ...
    2. Starover_Z 26 January 2020 11: 59 New
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      Quote: Olgovich
      Russia “taught” Serbian MiG-29 fighters to sink ships

      25 years earlier!

      A screech now from NATa will probably be ... Sanctions will again begin to swing ...
      1. Zoldat_A 26 January 2020 13: 32 New
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        Quote: Starover_Z
        Sanctions will again begin to swing ...

        When it finally comes to them that we are tired of laughing at their sanctions.

        There were already sanctions - and for those "sanctions" gas is now going to Europe. Through Ukraine, by the way.
    3. axiles100682 26 January 2020 12: 21 New
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      Putin's presidency. Much could be different. Yes, it would interfere. angry
    4. Alexey Sommer 26 January 2020 13: 19 New
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      Hi!
      If my grandmother had you know what, then she would no longer be a grandmother.)
      6 MiG-29M2 missiles can be successful against ships of such an enemy as NATO, if they are used suddenly, treacherously. As part of a strategic operation of a trans-continental scale with the participation of mighty powers.
      By themselves, they will not change anything for Serbia, as I think. The overwhelming numerical, at least, NATO advantage is all the same.
  2. sabakina 26 January 2020 11: 09 New
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    Intervened in the improvement process Russian machines "taught" them to act in the open sea.
    What is it like? Us drokole drove away from the process? belay
  3. knn54 26 January 2020 11: 10 New
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    Serbs are not Indians.
  4. Pavel57 26 January 2020 11: 23 New
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    Is there access to the sea?
    1. sabakina 26 January 2020 12: 01 New
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      Quote: Pavel57
      Is there access to the sea?

      There is always a way out of even the most complicated situation.
      1. Svarog51 26 January 2020 19: 45 New
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        Glory hi TWO exits wink
    2. kjhg 26 January 2020 12: 44 New
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      Quote: Pavel57
      Is there access to the sea?

      Landlocked disappeared when Montenegro separated from Serbia.
  5. viks 26 January 2020 11: 26 New
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    What is the purpose of this function for the Serbs, but they have no access to the sea - the nearest “big water” (Adriatic Sea) is 150-200 km through Albania or Montenegro?
    1. carstorm 11 26 January 2020 11: 37 New
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      Well, the Greeks gave them 5 hectares, but I remember about 5 years ago on the coast of the Aegean Sea))) but seriously there are no superfluous functions when the sea is visible within the range of their aviation.
    2. rich 26 January 2020 11: 43 New
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      X-31A ("product 77A") - anti-ship missile with active radar seeker ARGS-31 (U505). Designed to destroy ships with a displacement of up to 4500 tons. Adopted in 1989. The X-31A missile can be used with active electronic countermeasures of the enemy. The X-31P anti-radar missile and the X-31A anti-ship missile became the first in the world serial combat aviation missiles equipped with a combined ramjet engine. Using this engine allows you to maintain a speed of 2M in low-altitude flight mode. High speed, combined with high maneuverability, increases the survival of missiles when overcoming object-based air defense and provides an increased likelihood of hitting a radar and naval targets
      Fig. Passive radar homing head L-112E for missiles X-31.
      1. Sky strike fighter 26 January 2020 13: 20 New
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        And why the X-31A, and not a new modification in the face of the X-31AD? By the way, the X-31PD anti-radar range was increased to 250 km. Does the X-31AD have a range of exactly 160 km? Not so long ago, information about the purchase of the X-31PD for the Armenian Air Force was reported in the Armenian media and the distance was also indicated there 250 km.
        Compared with its predecessor (X-31A), the power of the warhead (31 kg) was increased by 15% for the Kh-110AD missile, and the missile launch range increased to 120-160 km (almost 2 times). At the same time, in order to disable a naval target of a destroyer class, two hits of such missiles are enough.

        The updated version of the X-31PD rocket is distinguished by the presence of a broadband passive GOS, which is similar to that on the X-58USHKE, it operates in the range from 1,2 GHz to 11 GHz. The range of the launch of the rocket was brought to 250 km, including by controlling the engine's thrust. The mass of the warhead increased to 110 kg, and the launch weight of the rocket to 715 kg. Serial production of an updated airborne anti-radar missile began on September 7 of the year 2012.

        At present, both the Kh-31PD and Kh-31AD missiles are in service with the Russian Air Force.

        https://topwar.ru/69733-sverhzvukovaya-aviacionnaya-raketa-h-31-kripton.html
      2. parkello 26 January 2020 19: 05 New
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        what such missiles can use. This is a big surprise for NATO fellow ah ha vaccinated calls) well done Russians, to whom allies conscientiously do good before that, they were bombarded from Adrita by the Nata ships. in 500-700 km with tomahawks .. but right now it has become bad .., they will not do near. close to what is Croatia and Montenegro, they fit into the radius. and S-400 generally tightly close the sky of Europe will close there. How then will the CIA planes fly? they are all there in full view. and now they are brazenly flying where they want .. and they do what they want .. here it would be for the Serbs to push another S-400 as it may ... but it's a dream .. this complex is very expensive. costs a lot, they’ll never collect so much. but the Serbs are good fellows, I respect them very much. the old-tempered Serbs, my own on the board .... I lived in Crete with them for half a year, I lived together all day. they spoke Greek so well. that I felt like a foreigner there laughing
    3. Stalllker 26 January 2020 12: 42 New
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      Well, what did you say that this is necessary for the Serbs wassat
    4. Kerensky 26 January 2020 14: 41 New
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      Why this function for the Serbs, they have no access to the sea

      But there is market entry. It’s quite a lot, six fighters immediately after modernization ...
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    1. Livonetc 26 January 2020 12: 03 New
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      Yugoslavia, at one time, showed its backside to the USSR, turning towards the United States and the collective west.
      We got what we asked for ourselves.
      And we, from the enthusiasm for Western well-being, almost ... slept the state sovereignty and integrity of Russia.
      And only recently they began to slowly level the score by returning Crimea, defending Syria.
      But the battle continues.
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    2. L-39NG 26 January 2020 12: 41 New
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      "Little blood and on foreign territory" remember?
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  7. taiga2018 26 January 2020 11: 59 New
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    Only now I think that all these skills will be used for the good of NATO ... In the future ... Not very distant ...
  8. Keyser soze 26 January 2020 12: 36 New
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    Serbian MiG-29 fighters will be able to sink enemy ships by introducing a package of exceptionally high-quality updates to their design.


    Now no one dares to enter the Serbian Sea. The end to NATO ships ... lol
    1. L-39NG 26 January 2020 12: 42 New
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      Serbian Sea - Silver Lake is a walled off piece of the Danube, which is a favorite place for recreation on the water (there is no sea in Serbia) for the local population
    2. L-39NG 26 January 2020 12: 51 New
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      Turkey is now deciding to make a new water channel - the Bosphorus double or not to do it, if, God forbid, do it, then goodbye to the "Montreux Convention on the Status of Straits". The Black Sea will be full of NATO warships, and Russian warships will only be allowed to enter the Mediterranean after the destruction of Turkey.
      1. Keyser soze 26 January 2020 12: 55 New
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        God forbid, they’ll do it, then goodbye to the Montreux Convention on the Status of the Straits. The Black Sea will be full of NATO warships, and Russian warships will only be allowed to enter the Mediterranean after the destruction of Turkey.


        Well ... no Peter, I don’t think that the new channel cancels Montreux. Although I am not an international lawyer. But the NATO ships are now staggering along the sea and so. Yes, and the Turkish economy will not pull this channel, without international funding.
        1. L-39NG 26 January 2020 13: 20 New
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          Your mouth, yes honey to drink.
          But in fact, the NATO ships in the Black Sea, because Turkey, Bulgaria and Romania, are members of NATO. The rest of the NATO warships can only be in the Black Sea for a week. The truth is not clear in what quantity.
          And finances, for such a thing friends throw.
        2. Bogatyrev 26 January 2020 13: 26 New
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          Turkey closed the Black Sea for NATO ships this week as if
          1. meandr51 26 January 2020 21: 19 New
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            Soon tickets will be sold ...
      2. meandr51 26 January 2020 13: 01 New
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        It is not clear why the convention cannot be extended to a new channel. Everything depends on Turkey. And now Turkey can block our ships if it wants. During the war, no conventions work. Missiles are working. And we have enough missiles for everyone, including NATO ships ...
        1. L-39NG 26 January 2020 13: 31 New
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          I'm afraid to disappoint you, but there aren’t enough missiles for everyone. And if you shoot nuclear weapons, then they themselves will have to dust from their ambitions to swallow.
          1. meandr51 26 January 2020 21: 16 New
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            But I'm not afraid to disappoint you. On the Black Sea - at all and with a guarantee. But let the States be afraid of nuclear war. They have this traditional horror story, long time ago maniacs of survival in tanks live. But it will help for a while. Therefore, no one will intervene with the nuclear weapons for the Eastern Europeans in the event of their aggression against the Russian Federation. By the way, there are 10 times more tactical IDs in the Russian Federation. Well, and dust in the right places - respectively ...
  9. Bshkaus 26 January 2020 12: 56 New
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    Russia “taught” Serbian MiG-29 fighters to sink ships

    Wacky article title. Equipping an airplane with the ability to attack sea targets is one thing, and teaching pilots to carry out such attacks is a completely different matter.
    The plane will not sink ships now on its own, right?
  10. bars1 26 January 2020 13: 01 New
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    Now Belarus does not lag behind!
  11. svp67 26 January 2020 16: 16 New
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    A pennant with a displacement of 4500 tons, such as frigates and landing ships, can become a victim of this weapon.
    Powerfully, this rocket, which is stronger than the X-55?
    1. Sky strike fighter 26 January 2020 18: 48 New
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      Of course, the warhead of the X-31AD is 110 kg versus 450 kg in the X-55. But the first anti-ship / anti-radar tactical X-31AD / X-31PD, and the last strategic cruise missile to work on ground targets, although at one time an anti-ship modification X-65C / X-65SE was created on its basis.
  12. L-39NG 26 January 2020 19: 56 New
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    I flipped through the laws of contracts, called back and forth, Erdogan (like he pronounced ERDUAN) does not have a precarious position. This is such a second “Lukashenko”, I don’t offend anyone, God forbid, or Almighty, but so far Turkey and NATO’s majority of the officers support NATO’s participation and aspiration for the EU, with certain hopes for solving some territorial and economic issues, some power needs keep an eye out, despite the winning news on the sale-purchase of certain air defense systems. Montreux conventions are laws on "honestly without a handshake." There is even a conversation that the Russian TANK will no longer be allowed into the Bosphorus. There is even a conversation between the Turkish port workers about the premium for the “Syrian express”. Evidently, the Turks began to charge for the environment. Okay, "shake it, see."
  13. Vlad5307 26 January 2020 20: 38 New
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    Quote: Zoldat_A
    If you really dream - then the First Secretary of the Sverdlovsk Regional Committee, someone at the right time would not let a hangover. The country would not have noticed the death of some regional secretary - except perhaps the Sverdlovsk region ...

    But the USSR’s trouble was not in this, but in the fact that the whole party elite was rotten and with it the whole party degenerated a substance that didn’t define anything, but in every way supported the old blockheads from ideology, pushing up talkers and toads who had little understanding of the economy. Alas, history has no backtracking. sad
  14. lvov_aleksey 28 January 2020 23: 23 New
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    all well done chatting, and the Serbs and Belarus are cooler.
    I will explain what you want to know?
    write, then I will consider it somehow.
    ps before judging, let's argue.
    I don’t hear anything except the mat - literally.
    let the admins understand the chat.
    I don’t even want to comment, just in the chat there are more of those who were not even born then, if I made a mistake, then others just walked under the table