The head of USC called the date of transfer to the fleet of the APKSN project 955A "Prince Vladimir"

The head of USC called the date of transfer to the fleet of the APKSN project 955A "Prince Vladimir"

The nuclear submarine strategic missile cruiser Project 955A (code "Borey-A") "Prince Vladimir", which completed state tests, will be handed over to the Russian Navy in about a month and a half. This was announced on Monday by the head of the United Shipbuilding Corporation (USC) Alexei Rakhmanov.


All finish is done, tests are finished. I think that another month and a half is needed

- TASS passes his words.

Previously reported that the submarine will be handed over the fleet at the end of December 2019, "under the tree", but later decided to shift the transfer dates to the first half of 2020. The reason for the postponement was the shortcomings identified during the latest tests of the submarine cruiser, which took place in December this year. Corrective action is being taken at Sevmash, where the submarine is now located.

Strategic nuclear project "Prince Vladimir" of the modified 955A Borey-A project was laid down at Sevmash in Severodvinsk on 30 on July 2012 of the year, and the conclusion from the workshop took place on November 17 of 2017 of the year. The Borey-A project is distinguished by less noise, more advanced systems of maneuvering and retention at depth, as well as control weapons.

At present, four more serial ARPXNs of this 955 project are being built at Sevmash: Prince Oleg (officially laid on July 27 2014), Generalissimus Suvorov (laid on December 26 2014 of the year), Emperor Alexander III (laid on December 18 2015) year) and "Prince Pozharsky" (founded December 23 2016 of the year).

Currently, the Navy is serving three nuclear missile submarines of the 955 (Borey) project of the 4 generation — the strategic missile cruisers Yuri Dolgoruky, Alexander Nevsky and Vladimir Monomakh.
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  1. Maestro Alexander 11 February 2020 10: 23 New
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    Such products are tested in a combat environment. And not around the floating base.

    First on New Year, now on May 9th?
    1. bk316 11 February 2020 10: 30 New
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      Such products are tested in combat.

      What did I miss a nuclear war?
      1. Maestro Alexander 11 February 2020 10: 36 New
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        Well, why immediately about the "nuclear war"?
        There is a very wide range of functions and equipment, the effectiveness of which is advisable to test in conditions close to combat. This, for example, includes a stealth system, one of the main systems on a submarine.
    2. tihonmarine 11 February 2020 10: 30 New
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      Quote: Maestro Alexander
      First on New Year, now on May 9th?

      Well, this is not a pressure cooker pan, this is a huge product that needs to be brought to mind.
      1. Maestro Alexander 11 February 2020 10: 42 New
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        That's it. Therefore, some people need to forget the Soviet Depot’s habit of timed, and not run around the reception rooms with reports later.
        1. Looking for 11 February 2020 21: 59 New
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          strange-earlier and fooled-and the fleet counted hundreds of units. and now they don’t adhere to the "Sovdep" traditions. And then they will surrender one unit to the fleet. And a week ago. To the plant for a couple of years, eliminate the shortcomings.
    3. figwam 11 February 2020 10: 31 New
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      Quote: Maestro Alexander
      Such products are tested in a combat environment. And not around the floating base.

      Yeah, from the factory right into the Gulf of Mexico.)))
      1. Maestro Alexander 11 February 2020 10: 39 New
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        Yes, here and closer to the place there is where to take a walk ... There, around the "corner".
        1. Rakovor 11 February 2020 11: 07 New
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          Such ships do not go around the corner, let it be known to you.
        2. Piramidon 11 February 2020 11: 08 New
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          Quote: Maestro Alexander
          Yes, here and closer to the place there is where to take a walk ... There, around the "corner".

          The entire test program lies on the couch in front of you and you know exactly where and how it was tested?
        3. Andrei from Chelyabinsk 11 February 2020 12: 33 New
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          Do not remember the nonsense, it hurts. First, tests are underway, in conditions far from combat, then training of the crew, and only then you can watch what happens on the BS. And to climb on an untested boat with an unprepared crew in conditions close to combat is utter nonsense
          1. bk316 11 February 2020 12: 37 New
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            bullshit

            I think this is called not nonsense, but a crime ....
      2. Whalebone 11 February 2020 10: 40 New
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        In the water position is desirable. Immediately show yourself in all its glory. Well, fireworks run more often)
    4. Ratmir_Ryazan 11 February 2020 10: 32 New
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      Such products are tested in a combat environment. And not around the floating base.


      Please remind me in which country and when the nuclear submarine with strategic nuclear weapons on board was tested in a combat situation?)))

      And where are you in such a hurry? Three boats of this project are in service (almost 300 nuclear warheads), this one is transferred in a month and a half, 4 more are under construction. A couple more and a complete set of 10 modern nuclear submarines carrying more than 900 nuclear units.

      And then you can lay destroyers with cruisers.

      Everything goes as it should, without tears and window dressing.
      1. Tiksi-3 11 February 2020 10: 57 New
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        Quote: Ratmir_Ryazan
        And then you can lay destroyers with cruisers.

        can for a start provide a secretive exit (PLO) from the places of basing, but cover (PLO) the places of combat patrol ??? - then the Gorshkov Series - (M) continue (start and finish)? and then build EM ..... although they are unlikely to reach them in the next 40 years
      2. tihonmarine 11 February 2020 11: 29 New
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        Quote: Ratmir_Ryazan
        And where are you in such a hurry?

        "Hurry, you make people laugh." But here it’s no laughing matter, here’s the missile cruiser, (as I said, not a “pressure cooker pan”).
      3. Grits 11 February 2020 12: 54 New
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        Quote: Ratmir_Ryazan
        Everything goes as it should, without tears and window dressing.

        Although we have a less optimistic situation with submarines.
        And the systems that are on these ships I tested on old boats back in the 90s. So it's not so bad.
      4. Sandor Clegane 11 February 2020 13: 30 New
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        Quote: Ratmir_Ryazan
        Everything goes as it should, without tears and window dressing.

        is that all?
      5. Looking for 11 February 2020 22: 02 New
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        Quote: Ratmir_Ryazan
        Everything goes as it should, without tears and window dressing.

        so billions and should be stolen-quietly. calmly. without unnecessary window dressing.
    5. sergo1914 11 February 2020 10: 39 New
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      Quote: Maestro Alexander
      Such products are tested in a combat environment. And not around the floating base.


      Always tested in the White Sea.
    6. NEXUS 11 February 2020 14: 23 New
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      Quote: Maestro Alexander
      Such products are tested in a combat environment. And not around the floating base.

      Well, no one has ordered a nuclear armageddean yet.
      As for the tests ... so the transfer to the fleet is still a long way off, for there are still sea trials, tests on exercises, and so on ...
      1. Boa kaa 11 February 2020 18: 38 New
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        Quote: NEXUS
        As for the tests ... so the transfer to the fleet is still a long way off, for there are still sea trials, tests on exercises, and so on ...

        Andrew, hi
        1. "Prince" will be handed over to the fleet in 1,5 months. General said so.
        2. The unit went through all stages of the tests, including mooring lines, military water chemistry, firing of the main complex, deep-sea, measuring line and noise ... The crown of everything is state tests that revealed imperfections and jambs that are eliminated on Sevmash. Corrective action will be checked at the control output.
        3. Next, the audit, painting on the delivery and signing of the state act of acceptance of the unit by the fleet. From this moment, “property” becomes the property of the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation.
        Somehow, however, it was before. Maybe now it’s different, but I don’t know this.
  2. Lord of the Sith 11 February 2020 10: 29 New
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    Still preparing "Prince Oleg" this year for transfer to the Navy. This is encouraging.
    Every year on a new submarine.
    1. Santa Fe 11 February 2020 10: 34 New
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      Every year on a new submarine.

      no
      The last time an atomic submarine was handed over to the fleet 5 years ago
      1. Lord of the Sith 11 February 2020 10: 35 New
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        The plans are just that.
        1. Santa Fe 11 February 2020 10: 37 New
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          Still preparing "Prince Oleg" this year for transfer to the Navy

          Given that they didn’t even let her into the water

          As practice shows, the average period from launching to commissioning takes 3-5 years
          1. Lord of the Sith 11 February 2020 10: 38 New
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            Time will pass, then we'll see. In order not to be unfounded, and argue about anything.
          2. bk316 11 February 2020 12: 49 New
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            As practice shows, the average period from launching to commissioning takes 3-5 years

            Something?
            Vladimir Monomakh completed a little less than 2 years ....
            You do not judge by Dolgoruky, she’s the head one, and the Mace kept her.
      2. Grits 11 February 2020 12: 56 New
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        Quote: Santa Fe
        The last time an atomic submarine was handed over to the fleet 5 years ago

        ????? belay
        1. Grigory_45 11 February 2020 13: 55 New
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          Quote: Gritsa
          ?????

          Alas, it is. "Vladimir Monomakh" was handed over to the fleet in November 2014. Almost five years ago. He entered the database in 2016
    2. 955535 11 February 2020 12: 07 New
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      There will be no Oleg this year. He has not yet started mooring.
  3. rocket757 11 February 2020 10: 42 New
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    These are strategic arguments, a reminder for the most ... restless, forgetful.
    Again, they have one of the politicians, generals / admirals will not get enough sleep. Well, okay.
  4. qaz
    qaz 11 February 2020 10: 44 New
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    Quote: Ratmir_Ryazan
    Three boats of this project are in service (almost 300 nuclear warheads)

    The Boreas are armed with the Mace; it is one-piece.
    1. Sky strike fighter 11 February 2020 11: 36 New
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      SLBM Mace with RGCH IN.
      Combat equipment

      According to media reports, the standard military equipment of the rocket includes 6 light separable warheads of individual guidance (RGCH IN) with a capacity of 150 kt.
      Nuclear charges developed by VNIIEF (Sarov) in conjunction with the Ural nuclear center.


      TTX of the 3M-30 Bulava missile

      Length - 12.1 m
      1st stage length - 3.8 m
      Case Diameter - 2 m
      The diameter of the transport and launch container - 2.1 m

      Starting weight - 36,8 t
      1st stage weight - 18,6 t
      Thrown weight - 1150 kg

      Range:
      - 8000 km (according to the project)
      - 9300 km (when starting at maximum range 27.08.2011/XNUMX/XNUMX)
      The height of the apogee of the trajectory is 1000 km
      QUO:
      - 350 m (according to Western data)
      - 120-150 m (estimate)

      https://dfnc.ru/katalog-vooruzhenij/morskie-raketnye-kompleksy/3m-30-bulava/
    2. Grigory_45 11 February 2020 13: 53 New
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      Quote: qaz
      The Boreas are armed with the Mace; it is one-piece.

      The mace carries 6 blocks 150 kT each
  5. Andrey Zhukov 11 February 2020 11: 03 New
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    "All the finishing is done, the tests are finished. I think that another month and a half is needed."
    then in December they’ll surrender
  6. musorg 11 February 2020 11: 40 New
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    Such products do not need to submit dozens of insignificant messages to the media.
  7. Vladimir Mashkov 11 February 2020 12: 01 New
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    Beautiful boat. And very different from the previous ones. Even outwardly. Seven feet under the keel! yes
  8. Victor March 47 11 February 2020 12: 05 New
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    Quote: Maestro Alexander
    Such products are tested in a combat environment. And not around the floating base.

    First on New Year, now on May 9th?

    The masters did not teach that the tests are carried out in laboratory conditions, when the rules, parameters and test methods are precisely defined, the object is hung with a bunch of sensors, everything is accurately measured, and the results are accurately known.
    Nature is always deceiving, and always unpredictable. It is impossible to know the physical conditions exactly, and it is not clear, the product passed the test, or, nevertheless, no.
    And combat conditions are an exam not only of iron, but of many other things — tactics, skills, training, coherence, accuracy of intelligence, control and, of course. properties of iron itself. And LUCK is always important. Do not bring the Lord someday to come to this.
    Forgive the stupidity of the master. He will learn to distinguish. Someday.
  9. 955535 11 February 2020 12: 06 New
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    It seems that the head of the USC produce incorrect reports.
    The Russian newspaper wrote about March in general. The real deadline is the end of May. Not earlier.
    1. 955535 11 February 2020 13: 30 New
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      Yes, at least get out of my way, I see this ship every day, unlike ....
  10. Victor March 47 11 February 2020 12: 12 New
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    Quote: Maestro Alexander
    That's it. Therefore, some people need to forget the Soviet Depot’s habit of timed, and not run around the reception rooms with reports later.

    Therefore, this bastard needs to forget the habit of pouring shit and running around with a report and an open wallet for a contribution for the work done.
  11. Victor March 47 11 February 2020 12: 14 New
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    Quote: Santa Fe
    Every year on a new submarine.

    no
    The last time an atomic submarine was handed over to the fleet 5 years ago

    When was the last time you were beaten? So, not always a long time is bad.
  12. Dzafdet 11 February 2020 12: 16 New
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    Good news. Given that the Mace was finally taught to fly, it’s very good ...
  13. Old26 11 February 2020 12: 31 New
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    Quote: qaz
    The Boreas are armed with the Mace; it is one-piece.

    Oh really? So monoblock. And on the breeding platform, 6 seats were made most likely from nothing to do ...

    before you is the case of the step7i of breeding 3G30 SLBM 3M30 "Bulava" ....
  14. Ros 56 11 February 2020 12: 41 New
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    Better late than never. And quality.
    1. Santa Fe 12 February 2020 00: 01 New
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      If you build a ship for 10 years and then carry out comprehensive tests for another 5 years (using the example of Kazan), the ship will become obsolete to a large extent

      Late than never - this is not about industry. Everything has its own reasonable time frame.
  15. master 52 11 February 2020 14: 37 New
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    before, for 10 years they don’t rent anything, now they donate every year, which’s good
  16. Looking for 11 February 2020 22: 04 New
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    Quote: Santa Fe
    The last time an atomic submarine was handed over to the fleet 5 years ago

    Well, this is too often. The term can be increased to 10 years old that way.
  17. lvov_aleksey 11 February 2020 22: 23 New
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    from them already fart with fear when still on the slipway