All RTOs of the project 1234 "Gadfly" from the Pacific Fleet will undergo modernization

All RTOs of the project 1234 "Gadfly" from the Pacific Fleet will undergo modernization

The Ministry of Defense made a decision on further modernization of small missile ships (RTOs) of Project 1234 Ovod, this decision was made following the results of passing tests of the first modernized RTOs Smerch. This is reported by "Izvestia" with reference to the military department.


According to the publication, the experimental modernization of the Smerch RTOs of project 1234 was considered successful, as a result of which a fundamental decision was made to subject the remaining RTOs included in the 114th Pacific Water Protection Brigade to a similar upgrade. fleet. Thus, three more RTOs fall under modernization: Frost, Rime, and Spill, built in 1985–1991. Tornado, which is part of the same separate division, has already undergone modernization.

As previously reported by the Ministry of Defense, the modernization will take place at the Northeast Repair Center in Vilyuchinsk (SIRC), where work was underway on the first RTO.

The program for the return to service of small missile ships of Project 12341 Gadfly was developed back in 2017, and in 2018 the Russian Navy began to implement it. In the course of modernization, engines, radio electronics are replaced at RTOs and modern weapons are installed.

Recall that the modernization of RTO "Smerch" was launched in the 2017 year. The main armament was replaced on the ship - instead of the outdated heavy P-120 Malachite, the ship was equipped with Uranus systems with anti-ship missiles (ASM) X-35. Now the updated MRK carries 16 anti-ship missiles instead of the previous six (two quad installations from each side). In addition, modern communication systems, radars, and fire control systems were installed. A new ship-mounted universal 76-mm automatic gun AK-176MA is also installed.

The Smerch small missile ship of Project 12341 Ovod was laid down on November 16, 1981 at the Vladivostok Shipyard, launched on November 16, 1984, entered service on December 30, 1984, and was included in the fleet on March 4, 1985. Prior to modernization, he was armed with 6 P-120 Malachite cruise missile defense missiles in 2 launchers of the KT-120 type, Osa-M self-defense air defense systems, a 76,2-mm single-barrel AK-176 artillery system, and a 30-mm AK- 630M. Full displacement - 730 tons, maximum speed - 34 knots, autonomy -10 days. The crew is 64 people.
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  1. antivirus 13 February 2020 13: 01 New
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    work on modernization of the Smerch MRC was launched in 2017

    a small spoon (already in stock) was only cleaned, sanded, and it’s nice, glistens and partners can see it
  2. Mountain shooter 13 February 2020 13: 13 New
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    Fine. It’s a pity, they didn’t put anti-aircraft missiles (or the marine version of the “Shell”) ...
    1. RUSLAN 13 February 2020 13: 25 New
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      Ndaaa, the M shell on the bow would have looked nice, since the AK 176MA has not been installed aft!
    2. Luty 13 February 2020 22: 25 New
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      And the price of this device?
    3. PROXOR 14 February 2020 11: 21 New
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      Osa-M remained there. So it will be able to fight off a small raid. OCA is a very evil air defense system.
  3. Bashkirkhan 13 February 2020 13: 17 New
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    Pacific RTOs are lucky. In the Black Sea Fleet of the same type, the Mirage missile system completed its combat path. He stood on board the decommissioned and partially disassembled brother of the Shtil MRK. The Black Sea Fleet no longer has ships of this project. RTO Mirage gained fame during an operation to force Georgia to peace, which began on 08.08.2008, drowning a Georgian trough.

    1. Nastia makarova 13 February 2020 13: 31 New
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      will the mirage be written off? crying
      1. DMB 75 13 February 2020 13: 43 New
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        One of five won.
        In the patrol area of ​​the Russian ships, 5 unidentified boats running at high speed were found (1 hydrographic and 4 patrol boats, as it turned out later), which violated the border of the security zone declared by Russia and did not respond to warnings - Georgian boats went to rapprochement with the ships of the Black Sea Fleet. At 18.39 one of the Russian ships fired a warning shot from an anti-aircraft missile that fell between the boats. At the same time, according to the hypothesis of I. Matveev [1], the patrol boat R-204 (project 1400M, “Vulture”) was set on fire with shrapnel, but remained in service. Georgian boats continued to move in the same course towards rapprochement and increased speed.
        Then, at 18.41 p.m., Mirage missile launcher launched 25 Malachite cruise missiles from the Gantiadi civil hydrographic seiner at a distance of 2 km. As a result of the hit of both missiles, the target - the Gantiadi seiner - quickly sank (it disappeared from the radar screen after a large short-term exposure left by the target’s explosion). The drowning of the boat is known only from the report of Russian sailors, the place of the alleged target hit was not examined.
        The remaining 4 Georgian boats turned back, but at 18.50 one of them again went closer to the Black Sea Fleet. MRK Mirage from a distance of 15 km fired a missile at it from the Osa-M air defense system. After the rocket hit the side of the Yaroslavts type DHK-82 boat, it lost speed and left the line of fire and, after removing the crew, another boat burned out and sank.
        From the report of the commander of the Mirage IRC to the flagship: “Of the five targets, one is destroyed, one is damaged, and three left the battlefield. Missile consumption: anti-ship - two, anti-aircraft - one, no casualties among personnel. No Damage to the Ship
        1. Pavel57 13 February 2020 13: 54 New
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          From the report of the commander of the Mirage IRC to the flagship: “Of the five targets, one is destroyed, one is damaged, and three left the battlefield. Missile consumption: anti-ship - two, anti-aircraft - one, no casualties among personnel. No Damage to the Ship

          And in the text 2 anti-aircraft missiles.
        2. g1v2 13 February 2020 18: 25 New
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          I will supplement it. As far as I know., Ours wanted to raise an American buoy off the coast of Abkhazia. One of the two that they placed off the coast of Georgia under Bush. The Georgians came out in time to raise it to ours. For this drove a hydrograph. While 3 of our Coast Guard boats were distracting, the hydrograph, guarded by another coast guard boat, tried to approach and raise the buoy. Ours noticed and drowned the hydrograph, after which the operation for the Georgians was over. Plus one patroller was seriously injured. It seems he soon burned out. Here the trick is that the hydrograph was a vessel of the Georgian Ministry of Defense, and the coast guard boats - the Ministry of Internal Affairs. The Georgian Ministry of Defense then reported the losses, but the Ministry of Internal Affairs did not really report. There are no exact data on losses on boats of the Ministry of Internal Affairs. hi
        3. Cympak 14 February 2020 11: 20 New
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          Take a look at the Georgian squadron
          Patrol boat pr.1400M


          hydrographic seiner "Gantiadi", in the picture the PKA "R-101 Kodori" of the same type with it


          Boat type "Yaroslavets"
          1. Bashkirkhan 14 February 2020 13: 26 New
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            There is a good article on the SUN Black Sea Fleet in the "Five Day War"
            https://sdelanounas.ru/blogs/20539/
      2. Nastia makarova 13 February 2020 13: 56 New
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        sorry if written off
    2. g1v2 13 February 2020 18: 15 New
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      So age already. Moreover, the Black Sea Fleet will receive Buyan-m and Karakurt. Yes, and a couple of Stellers remains, although their meaning is really not very clear. In principle, both Lions should also be re-equipped with uranium.
      And the Pacific Fleet will not receive its Karakurt soon. At the Eastern shipyard they have not even been laid, and the shipyard will probably receive the engines last - after Pella and Zelenodolsk. PM Pacific Fleet will not receive new MRKs soon, which means Gadgets will still be relevant. In general, of course, after the construction of the first six Karakurts, it is necessary to have as much to change the Ovodov at the same time. But if it does, it will not be soon. request
    3. TermNachTer 13 February 2020 20: 59 New
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      On the Black Sea there are “buoys” and “admirals”, in the long term “karakurt”. The Pacific Fleet has no such prospect, and the service area there is much larger.
    4. Luty 13 February 2020 22: 23 New
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      Yes drowned anti-aircraft missile
  4. Andrey Shiryaev 13 February 2020 13: 32 New
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    I served on such an MRK "ZYB" DKBF, How long has it been.
    1. rudolff 13 February 2020 13: 43 New
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      Not in Liepaja?
      1. Serg65 13 February 2020 14: 46 New
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        hi Hello my friend!
        Somehow I didn’t see RTOs in Liepaja ... although it was in '86
        1. Galleon 13 February 2020 15: 08 New
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          88 and 89 - in Liepaja, RTOs stood next to MPK Albatros in the OVR bay. There I even met a classmate from the crew of an MRK with an SF. They were preparing for the passage of the White Sea-Baltic Canal.
        2. rudolff 13 February 2020 16: 20 New
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          Hello Serge! There were. Galleon correctly says that with the IPC they propped up the wall. By the way, there were German IPCs.
          I went through practice at one of these RTOs and went to the strait zone. And there in Liepaja for the first time he went down into a solid building. There were the 613th.
          1. Serg65 14 February 2020 10: 35 New
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            Rudik, 613th saw, the Germans in the 87th began to enter the BF ... in July 86th they were not there. Maybe later the IPC and MRC, but at that time I was in Sevastopol.
            1. rudolff 14 February 2020 13: 08 New
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              Serge, maybe there were some disturbances along the way, I don’t know, but the 106th division of MRK in Liepaja since the 74th year.
  5. seregin-s1 13 February 2020 13: 50 New
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    And I carried out tests at the Komsomolets Mordovia, went to sea. Now this is Calm, full Calm!
  6. Igor Borisov_2 13 February 2020 14: 49 New
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    It is necessary that at the BF all MRK of this project also undergo modernization .........
  7. Protos 13 February 2020 14: 54 New
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    Quote: Bashkirkhan
    Pacific RTOs are lucky. In the Black Sea Fleet of the same type, the Mirage missile system completed its combat path. He stood on board the decommissioned and partially disassembled brother of the Shtil MRK.


    МРК "Mirage" nobody is going to write off!
    And he stands in Quarantine Bay (the location of the Bad Weather Division).
    He is standing in front of the plant at the Sevmorzovod dock for modernization according to the version of project 1234 "Gadfly". yes
  8. lvov_aleksey 14 February 2020 00: 13 New
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    as always, we are not creating an attack, break through our MRKs - at least go close to us