The Bal coastal missile system entered service with the Caspian Flotilla

The Bal coastal missile system entered service with the Caspian Flotilla

The Bal coastal missile system entered service with the Caspian coastal defense units flotilla, the transfer ceremony took place on the territory of one of the units deployed in Dagestan. This was reported by the press service of the southern military district.


DBK "Bal" is designed for coastal defense of the permanent deployment of ships, ensuring security in the waters of the Caspian Sea and land units of the Caspian flotilla

- the report says, while clarifying that this complex is the first to enter the arsenal of the Caspian flotilla.

Flotilla commander Rear Admiral Sergey Pinchuk spoke about plans to get the Bal coastal missile system in an interview with the Krasnaya Zvezda newspaper of the Russian Defense Ministry last December. According to him, the complex should have arrived before the end of 2019. At the same time, Rear Admiral announced that this would be the second Ball complex, received the first flotilla back in 2011, and he participated in the Kavkaz 2012 strategic command and staff exercise (SKSHU).

Note that the Bal coastal defense missile system was adopted in the 2008 year. It is included in the composition of coastal defense forces, designed to protect territorial waters, naval bases, coastal infrastructure and for anti-landing coastal defense.

One complex includes a command and control command post, as well as up to four vehicles with launchers equipped with an X-35 anti-ship missile with a range of 120 km, an X-35E missile and an X-35U missile - 260 km. Each machine has 8 missiles in special containers. In addition, the complex includes four transport and handling machines designed to form a repeated full salvo. DBK "Bal" is located on the MZKT-7930 high cross-country chassis, which allows you to occupy firing positions on the unprepared coast.
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    2. den3080 30 January 2020 16: 35 New
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      and what sound does the idiom “from the ship to the ball” acquire? :)
      1. garri-lin 30 January 2020 17: 10 New
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        More precisely from the Ball to the Ship.
    3. Sniper 30 January 2020 16: 36 New
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      removed my question from the language))
      1. rich 30 January 2020 16: 48 New
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        The Bal coastal missile system entered service with the Caspian Flotilla

        An interesting point. In 2018, Russia refused to supply the Bal-E coastal missile complex (DBK) to the Azerbaijani military because of the risks that it may pose to ensure the safety of navigation of the ships of the Caspian flotilla
        1. New Year day 30 January 2020 19: 10 New
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          Quote: Rich
          Russia refused to supply Bal-E coastal missile complex (DBK) to Azerbaijani military

          Friendship is friendship, and "Balls" "apart
        2. Camille 31 January 2020 08: 41 New
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          I did not hear about the refusal of 2008 for a long time, but then Russia itself offered it but Azerbaijan did not buy it.
    4. Egor53 30 January 2020 16: 50 New
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      We have one "ally" in that region - this is the United States.
      And transporting these complexes to the Strait of Hormuz under the guise of ordinary trucks is not a big problem. And selling them to Iran is not a problem either.
    5. Stalllker 30 January 2020 16: 53 New
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      And where are our allies in the Caspian ???
      1. 1976AG 30 January 2020 17: 38 New
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        Quote: Stalllker
        And where are our allies in the Caspian ???

        And who will attack us there?
        1. Stalllker 31 January 2020 05: 11 New
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          Iron logic laughing no one is attacking us now, then let us dissolve the soldier, equipment for storage
    6. Ros 56 30 January 2020 16: 56 New
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      And against those allies who will become enemies, which is not clear, Mihuel.
      1. Freeman 30 January 2020 18: 51 New
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        Quote: Ros 56
        And against those allies who will become enemies, which is not clear, Mihuel.

        Do you think that the "Ayatollah regime" in Iran will change to a more loyal to the United States?
        Or will we “get away with Kazakhstan” as with Belarus?
        1. sevryuk 30 January 2020 21: 43 New
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          Reunite
        2. Ros 56 31 January 2020 08: 49 New
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          Time will tell who expected such meanness from the Ukrainians, and Luka is not childish, is that how?
    7. demo 30 January 2020 17: 24 New
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      And this situation has raised the same question for me.
    8. Alex 2020 30 January 2020 17: 31 New
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      Against a "reliable" ally and partner!
    9. Gopstop 30 January 2020 17: 33 New
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      Quote: gmb
      And against which ally of the coast guard rocket

      Well, there are some complaints about the distribution of the Caspian territory .. The region is rich in oil and gas, well, black caviar ..!
      So that no one would want to appropriate this rich water resource .. Russia there still “Caliber” successfully launched on barmaley .. So it’s not for nothing that we strengthen the coast guard! There is something to protect there ..
      1. 1976AG 30 January 2020 17: 41 New
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        Quote: GopStop
        Quote: gmb
        And against which ally of the coast guard rocket

        Well, there are some complaints about the distribution of the Caspian territory .. The region is rich in oil and gas, well, black caviar ..!
        So that no one would want to appropriate this rich water resource .. Russia there still “Caliber” successfully launched on barmaley .. So it’s not for nothing that we strengthen the coast guard! There is something to protect there ..

        As far as I know, all claims were settled and a special agreement on the Caspian was signed. And the protection of water resources lies with the border service. DBK are designed for warfare. Someone will risk attacking us?
        1. old friend 30 January 2020 18: 03 New
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          Do you want to hand this weapon to Iran ???
          Iran has never been an ally before and is not. Temporary situational partner, no more. Like Turkey and China. None of these countries has at least an allied agreement and signed (I understand that now the treaty is a piece of paper that you can safely wipe off, as you would, but still ...) obligations in terms of joint defense. And there is a centuries-old history full of rivalry and military confrontation. Since then, nothing has changed strategically.
          s-400, su-35, su-57 (they will sell it, just ask), the devil knows something else, which now and can not be remembered ...
          We are distributing (selling - not fundamentally) advanced weapons to neighboring countries, whose ambitions are, at least, regional leadership (and those of China - global, by the way). What will we do then, in the event of a change in situation?
          1. 1976AG 30 January 2020 18: 07 New
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            "old friend (Vitaliy) Today, 18:03
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            Do you want to give Iran this weapon ??? "
            Where did you get this from? I spoke only on the topic of "claims." Do not ascribe to me too much.
            1. old friend 30 January 2020 18: 16 New
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              Sorry. It was to Egor53
        2. Gopstop 30 January 2020 18: 58 New
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          Quote: 1976AG
          As far as I know, all claims were settled and a special agreement on the Caspian was signed.

          It was like that .. But treaties these days are not worth the paper on which they are written ..
          Quote: 1976AG
          Someone will risk attacking us?

          It’s better to keep safe than to keep quiet .. Russia has repeatedly stuffed a bump on this forehead on this.
          The southern direction is the most dangerous for Russia, I think .. hi
          1. 1976AG 30 January 2020 19: 02 New
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            It is necessary to correctly prioritize. Black Sea region, Far East, Baltic ... There the threat is much higher than in the Caspian
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              1. 1976AG 30 January 2020 19: 49 New
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                1- I did not claim that these are your priorities.
                2- Iran will be killed or not - is a big question. Trump pops a lot, but does little.
                3-you say "in a couple of months their units .." to transfer DBK is much more efficient, hours, maximum XNUMX hours
                4-are you going to use DBK against the detachments of barmaley? weird ...
                5- where does China come from? in the Far East, Japan has ter. claims to the Russian Federation and is not going to refuse them.
                You have made absolutely wrong conclusions from all that I said, so I don’t need to tell me what I'm reading, it’s clearly not what you listed. But you definitely have cereal in your head, even if it’s not read from the Internet and our other media
            2. Paranoid50 30 January 2020 22: 42 New
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              Quote: 1976AG
              Black Sea region, Far East, Baltic ... There the threat is much higher than in the Caspian

              And in the three designated areas, as they say, we had with us:
              11th Coastal Missile and Artillery Brigade (Utash) - 4 launchers
              15th Coastal Missile and Artillery Brigade (Sevastopol) - 4 launchers
              72nd Coastal Missile Brigade (Smolyaninovo) - 4 launchers
              72nd Coastal Missile Brigade (Kunashir Island) - 4 launchers [
              25th coastal missile brigade (p. Donskoye) - n / a PU
              520th coastal missile and artillery brigade (p. Anglichanka, Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky)

              Data a year ago.
              And these are just “Balls” that complement the “Bastions” deployed in these areas.
              Thus, DBK deployed in the Caspian Sea is by no means detrimental to other fleets. hi
  2. gmb
    gmb 30 January 2020 16: 38 New
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    So geography is remembered by many wink
  3. Kleber 30 January 2020 16: 44 New
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    CFL of Russia is the most powerful in the Caspian. Who are they going to drown on the coastal complexes there?
    1. BARKAS 30 January 2020 17: 05 New
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      While in reserve, let it be for training.
      1. Kleber 30 January 2020 17: 14 New
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        For training, it is better to go to the Black Sea, there is someone to study there. wink
  4. Readme 30 January 2020 16: 48 New
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    If tomorrow one of our neighbors in the Caspian gives the go-ahead to finding the naval forces of the enemy, here the Ball will be in place.
    1. kepmor 30 January 2020 16: 54 New
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      interesting, but how will the naval forces of the enemy get to the Caspian ??? ... well, except that they can teleport ...
    2. Kleber 30 January 2020 16: 55 New
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      What are the naval forces of the enemy? Americans aircraft carriers chtol from the Mediterranean Sea through Tbilisi dragged?
      1. kepmor 30 January 2020 16: 59 New
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        "Sumerians" will be asked ... and they have more than enough experience ... they will instantly "New Panama" ...
        1. Kleber 30 January 2020 17: 01 New
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          Fortunately their experience is only in words laughing
    3. Readme 30 January 2020 17: 05 New
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      For example, enemies will begin to produce hydrocarbons, and they will be guarded with the help of, say, an MRC (yes, any mosquito and even an inflatable vessel), but under the enemy flag. No teleport for delivery is needed. I won’t be surprised if for this they will also hire a Russian private company (a separate vessel, arms will be delivered by air). We have enough sales people. First, small vessels will be, and then larger ones will appear.
      PS Geography is fine with me and history is not bad. Do not forget, our enemies are not fools at all. And they have loot. And we still have a lot of corrupt and controlled ones.
      1. Kleber 30 January 2020 17: 31 New
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        And what prevents them from extracting oil through an Azerbaijani shell company (for example)? In this option, there is no need to protect anything.
        1. Readme 30 January 2020 17: 38 New
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          But what about the aggravation or geopolitical goals of the enemy? In Syria, we ourselves cannot drive them out of the wells, because a million reasons to stop doing this.
          Imagine if in Turkmenistan they arrange something like in Syria, and come there to fight terror. Afghan with their bases nearby.
          1. Kleber 30 January 2020 18: 05 New
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            No need to complicate things. If the Americans wanted to do in Turkmenistan as in Syria, they would have done so long ago. Still in the 90s all cranked up. And since oil and gas reserves are not serious for the United States, they will not soar about this.
            1. Readme 30 January 2020 18: 12 New
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              It’s NECESSARY to complicate and foresee everything, even incredible options, so that later you won’t cry with bitter tears. If you remember, the States during the Second World War traded with us, and with Hitler, and with the Japanese. They have a simple principle: the United States will live well only if the rest work for them and live poorly.
  5. rich 30 January 2020 16: 54 New
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    DBK "Ball"

    DBK “Bal” is a mobile system (based on the MZKT-7930 chassis), which includes:
    self-propelled command and control command and control posts (SKPUS) - up to 2 units.
    self-propelled launchers (SPU) - up to 4 units carrying anti-ship missiles (ASM) of the X-35 / X-35E and X-35U / X-35UE type in transport-launch containers (TPK).
    On a typical version of the SPU is 8 TPK.
    transport and reloading machines (TPM), designed to form a second volley - up to 4 units.
    Performance characteristics
    Damage range: 120 km with the Kh-35 missile and 260 km with the Kh-35U missile
    Distance of the starting position from the coastline: to 10 km
    Number of missiles on each SPU and TPM: up to 8
    Volley launch interval: no more than 3 s
    Maximum travel speed:
    on the highway: 60 km / h
    off-road: 20 km / h
    Rocket launch mass: 620 kg
    Total ammunition: up to 64
    Cruising range (without refueling): at least 850 km
    Structure of the complex:
    self-propelled command post
    self-propelled launcher
    self-propelled transport and handling machine
  6. Old26 30 January 2020 17: 59 New
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    Quote: Egor53
    And transporting these complexes to the Strait of Hormuz under the guise of ordinary trucks is not a big problem. And selling them to Iran is not a problem either.

    Yeah, what just do not come up with to "annoy" the Americans laughing
    Dear, have you somewhere and ever seen a truck that these cars would fit into?


    And such wagons (so that all this fits into the wagon) in the amount of only a minimum of 12 such wagons to drive three thousand kilometers through the territory of TWO COUNTRIES - this is just a spit, how to go to the market for 3-4 quarters.
    And to sell to our best friend and brother Iran complexes that we still have few - how could it be otherwise. Or maybe Iran has enough of what is ??
  7. master 52 30 January 2020 19: 00 New
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    such news only pleases
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    DPN 30 January 2020 22: 30 New
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    Does it look like protection from IRAN or from the former Soviet republics?
  9. Pattor 31 January 2020 00: 03 New
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    - the report says, while clarifying that this complex is the first to enter the arsenal of the Caspian flotilla.
    At the same time, Rear Admiral announced that this would be the second Ball complex, received the first flotilla back in 2011, and he participated in the Kavkaz 2012 strategic command and staff exercise (SKSHU).


    As if already, and as if he had been taken to black ... confusion.
  10. Camille 31 January 2020 08: 43 New
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    Why Russia on the Caspian complex "Ball"?
  11. Pavel57 31 January 2020 11: 34 New
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    Would it be worth adding Balls to the Shore?
  12. Old26 31 January 2020 20: 06 New
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    Quote: Pattor
    - the report says, while clarifying that this complex is the first to enter the arsenal of the Caspian flotilla.
    At the same time, Rear Admiral announced that this would be the second Ball complex, received the first flotilla back in 2011, and he participated in the Kavkaz 2012 strategic command and staff exercise (SKSHU).


    As if already, and as if he had been taken to black ... confusion.

    At one time, the experimental battery was first based in the Caspian in Kaspiysk, then deployed to 46 separate battalions, equipped with the Bal complex consisting of 11 brigades.

    When they began to form the 15th coastal missile brigade in the Crimea, this division was transferred there. Subsequently, the "Ball" was again deployed in the Caspian (most likely a separate battery consisting of 2 launchers). And now, most likely this battery is deployed in the division

    Quote: Paranoid50
    Quote: 1976AG
    Black Sea region, Far East, Baltic ... There the threat is much higher than in the Caspian

    And in the three designated areas, as they say, we had with us:
    11th Coastal Missile and Artillery Brigade (Utash) - 4 launchers
    15th Coastal Missile and Artillery Brigade (Sevastopol) - 4 launchers
    72nd Coastal Missile Brigade (Smolyaninovo) - 4 launchers
    72nd Coastal Missile Brigade (Kunashir Island) - 4 launchers [
    25th coastal missile brigade (p. Donskoye) - n / a PU
    520th coastal missile and artillery brigade (p. Anglichanka, Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky)

    Data a year ago.
    And these are just “Balls” that complement the “Bastions” deployed in these areas.
    Thus, DBK deployed in the Caspian Sea is by no means detrimental to other fleets. hi


    Alexander! I will correct you a little. All the brigades that you have cited are not just Ball complexes. They are of mixed type.
    • In particular, 11 OBRBr in the Novorossiysk region - these are 4 divisions. Two divisions of the Bastion complex, one artillery division equipped with the Bereg complex and now the division of the Bal complex in the Caspian.
    • 15 OBRBr - these are three divisions. One division of the Bastion complex, one division of the Bal complex and one division of the Utes complex
    • The 72nd Brigade (deployed on the basis of the 72nd Separate Coastal Missile Regiment) is indeed deployed in Smolyaninovo. A battery of the "Ball" complex (2 launch) was deployed on Kunashir Island. On about. Iturup deployed the battery of the Bastion complex. Both batteries from the 72nd brigade
    • 520th OBRABR (p. Englishwoman) - the Bastion and Ball complexes are in service.

    536 separate coastal missile and artillery brigades were deployed in the Northern Fleet in Snezhnogorsk (Olenya Bay)

    Quote: Pavel57
    Would it be worth adding Balls to the Shore?

    Some brigades include artillery divisions. These are the brigades in the names of which there is a name rocket artillery
  13. lvov_aleksey 1 February 2020 23: 56 New
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    the bastion is still there, little will not seem to anyone
    oops they are already there.