Algeria's first batch of Su-24MK air force bombers upgraded in Rzhev

Algeria's first batch of Su-24MK air force bombers upgraded in Rzhev

Russia has begun the modernization of the first batch of Su-24 front-line bombers from the Algerian Air Force. According to the specialized portal MENA Defense, aircraft are being modernized at Rzhev Aviation Plant No. 514.


According to the material published by the portal, the first six Su-24MK Algerian front-line bombers arrived at the aircraft plant, the aircraft will be upgraded to Su-24M2 level. In total, the Algerian Air Force has 30 Su-24 aircraft; the timing of the modernization of the remaining bombers is unknown.

It is reported that Algerian Su-24MK will be installed aviation Sighting and navigation complex SVP-24 (specialized computing subsystem) of the Hephaestus and T company, which makes it possible to achieve high accuracy of hitting ground targets when using relatively cheap unguided aviation ammunition.

This system is specifically designed for the integration of satellite guided munitions and ensures the combat use of the entire existing and future nomenclature. weaponsincluding managed. It consists of a ground-based automated complex for the preparation and control of flight missions and an on-board equipment complex connected by a single specialized software.

The publication notes that the Algerian Air Force command decided to modernize the Su-24MK in service to the Su-24M2 level based on the results of studying the experience of using these Russian aerospace aircraft in Syria.
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  1. bober1982 13 February 2020 15: 19 New
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    In Syria, the Su-24 was the most effective in combat use, which means a well-developed aircraft, a tremendous experience has been gained.
    1. figwam 13 February 2020 15: 36 New
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      Yes, at the end of the service he proved himself and was very useful, and the cut MIG-23-27 and Su-17m3-m4 would also be useful.
    2. Oleg kubanoid 13 February 2020 15: 44 New
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      the most effective was 34 ..
  2. Vladimir_2U 13 February 2020 15: 22 New
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    This is the monetization of a healthy state policy!
  3. Oleg kubanoid 13 February 2020 15: 39 New
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    I don’t exclude that it’s a cover, maybe in a quiet way we sold our 24. and if it’s true then it’s very good .. we have priority 34
    1. Stalllker 13 February 2020 15: 54 New
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      It is possible to sell at a high-profile, what is stopping !?
      1. Oleg kubanoid 13 February 2020 15: 58 New
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        most likely sanctions .. ours is on the drum. but Algeria may suffer. this is just an assumption.
        it's just really simpler .. we sell our 24 with modernization. thus getting rid of old technology ..
  4. Bongo 13 February 2020 15: 41 New
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    Russia has begun the modernization of the first batch of Su-24 front-line bombers from the Algerian Air Force.

    In fact, the aircraft sighting and navigation system SVP-24 "Hephaestus" was originally developed by order of the Algerian Air Force. Moreover, part of the Algerian front-line bombers was equipped with new equipment even before it was received by the Su-24M Airborne Forces of the Russian Federation.
    1. Stalllker 13 February 2020 15: 57 New
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      The development is still ours))) Or do you think that Algeria called "Ale, Moscow !!! We want Hephaestus !!!" and ours washed down from scratch ???
      1. Bongo 13 February 2020 16: 01 New
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        Quote: Stalllker
        The development is still ours))) Or do you think that Algeria called "Ale, Moscow !!! We want Hephaestus !!!" and ours washed down from scratch ???

        I do not believe, I know. hi Initially, Poghosyan was pushing into our Air Force the Su-24M modernized as part of the Gusar OKR. However, the "Algerian" option was much more successful.
        1. Stalllker 14 February 2020 01: 48 New
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          Developed where ??? In Russia!? So whose development ???? But if your words contain the truth, then Hephaestus has a fate like that of the T-90. The investor and customer is imported, who "gave money" for the project. Which was subsequently successfully completed and sold into the product.
    2. Grigory_45 13 February 2020 16: 05 New
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      Quote: Bongo
      aircraft sighting and navigation system SVP-24 "Hephaestus" was originally developed by order of the Algerian Air Force

      Not certainly in that way. Hephaestus was developed for the Russian Su-24, but the native MO reacted cool to the development. And the Algerian Air Force became interested, and it was the Algerian aircraft that were the first to receive this complex. The situation is the same as with the ZRPK Pantsir - he, too, was the first to receive a foreign state (UAE), and only then his native Moscow region received his sight ..
      1. Bongo 13 February 2020 16: 09 New
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        Quote: Gregory_45
        and only then did the native MO see clearly ..

        Exactly yes By comparing the Algerian Su-24Ms modernized as part of the OKR Metronom and ours modernized according to the option proposed by OAO Sukhoi Company.
      2. Stalllker 14 February 2020 01: 49 New
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        The question is not in the cool, but in the banal lack of money
    3. Runoway 13 February 2020 16: 31 New
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      Moreover, part of the Algerian front-line bombers was equipped with new equipment even before it was received by the Su-24M Airborne Forces of the Russian Federation.

      Very important information for those who still dream of truncated versions of export equipment
      1. Magog 13 February 2020 17: 25 New
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        Here it is necessary not to rebuke those who "dream", but to regularly clean the MO. The developers of SVP-24 apparently did not agree to “kickbacks” for ministerial customers.
  5. Grigory_45 13 February 2020 15: 58 New
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    Algeria is actively rearming, mainly with Russian-made equipment. It is enough to recall the recent contracts for the supply of Su-30MKA and MiG-29SMT fighters, Mi-28N helicopters, Pantsir air defense missile systems, T-90S tanks, and project 636M submarines.
    Algeria ranks third in imports of Russian weapons after India and China.
    1. donavi49 13 February 2020 17: 53 New
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      Well, with new contracts, trouble. And according to the latter, again, only repair, maintenance, completion of supplies to the Mi-26T2 (by the way, the board was also commissioned by Algeria, and the Moscow Region arrived at the ready, and before that it ordered the museum Mi-26T from the 80s and it was normal), finishing supplies of T-90CA.

      Howitzers - not Msty, but Chinese PZL-45


      MLRS - not a tornado, but the Chinese SR-5


      The armored car is not the Tiger, but the UAE Nimr, including the special version for desert raids https://bmpd.livejournal.com/3532170.html


      UAVs - UAEshny and the Chinese, well, there is nothing special to offer.

      In the fleet - USC was led, led and thrown. As a result, only 636 were bought, and the rest is ordered from others. 4 MEKO frigates (the second pair is already being built, the loot has been transferred to the option). 3 S28 guard at China. DKVD San ​​Giorgio in Italy. There is a whole series of stigmas. China in a row for the reconstruction and modernization of shipyards. A contract for patronage in the completion of the transitional corvette. And for China in a row for the construction of the first national lightweight frigate, we may already see it next year. Even small watchdogs even ordered in France.
  6. Zaurbek 13 February 2020 16: 16 New
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    Is SVP24 useful only for bombing? Or for the Nurses too?
    1. Magog 13 February 2020 17: 12 New
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      NURS, and more precisely NAR - is an aircraft multiple launch rocket weapon. Effectively at ranges of up to 2 km (all shells lay down heap). SVP-24 can be used from high altitudes inaccessible to MANPADS. Probably, it is possible for NARs, but what is the point?
      1. Zaurbek 13 February 2020 17: 28 New
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        And what if the NAR is a large-caliber C12 and C24?
        1. Magog 13 February 2020 17: 35 New
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          Large NARs are solid fuel NURS. How accurate are they in terms of fuel filling? PU also have manufacturing differences. All this significantly affects the dispersion of shells under the same launch conditions. Up to 2 km is not noticeable, and then - trouble. 2 km - range, not altitude.
          1. Zaurbek 13 February 2020 17: 44 New
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            They wrote that they were very accurate.
            1. Magog 13 February 2020 18: 04 New
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              We do not consider controlled modifications with GOS? They (controlled) are very accurate and distant (7-10 km). Then for such and SVP-24 it is not necessary - everything is already “in chocolate”. I typed links to understand in detail. "The calculated dispersion parameter is 14 ... 16 meters per kilometer range for the PC-82 and 0,3% in range for the first-generation C-8. At a distance of six kilometers, the probable deviation is 84-96 and 18 meters, respectively. The difference is mainly This is due to the fact that the RS-82 was kept on the trajectory only due to wing stabilization, while more modern missiles in flight rotate around its axis.This significantly increases the stability of the trajectory, although it requires additional fuel consumption. Perhaps more modern S-8OFP will show less dispersion due to the use of a different type of tail feathering.In place of six large-scale “feathers” extending forward on previous versions of the S-8 family missiles, four folding wide-chord steering wheels are now deployed, opening sideways. expected ... it is better to fire from a distance of one or two kilometers. Then the circular deviation of the NURS in relation to the point is aimed ia will be three to six meters. "
              1. Zaurbek 13 February 2020 18: 05 New
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                Look at the data on C25, I read that they hit very accurately for the NARs.
                1. Magog 13 February 2020 18: 15 New
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                  “The largest of the serial domestic NARs is the S-25, 3,3 meters long and half tons in weight. It is not known whether a special warhead of the W25 type was developed for it. Open sources only mention the high-explosive S-25F and the fragmentation S-25O with with a warhead weight of 380 and 190 kg, respectively, with an aiming range of up to four kilometers.The radio fuse was fired at an altitude of 5-20 meters from the ground, providing a target with a high-explosive charge and a stream of splinters. developed the S-25L guided missile. It was distinguished by the presence of a laser homing head and the installation of an additional drive rudder block. For the Su-7B supersonic fighter-bomber, the S-1964 was developed in 24 with a caliber of 240 mm and a mass of 235 kg. The missile is 2,3 meters long 123kg high-explosive fragmentation warhead, the charge of solid fuel burned out a second after the launch, then the rocket flew by inertia. other aerodynamic surfaces in the tail section. The effective firing range was limited to a couple of kilometers. "
                  1. Zaurbek 13 February 2020 22: 55 New
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                    In the monograph for Su25 I read, h at 2 km fits into a circle of 2 m ... and so, they write that the range is 4 km.
      2. Grigory_45 13 February 2020 22: 02 New
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        Quote: Magog
        Probably possible for NAR

        explain, be so kind, the mechanism of application of SVP-24 in relation to the launch of NAR?
        1. Magog 13 February 2020 22: 04 New
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          The answer follows from the whole line of reasoning. No way!
          1. Grigory_45 13 February 2020 22: 31 New
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            Nowhere and never met information that Hephaestus can be used to shoot NAR. RBC bombs, containers - yes ...
          2. Zaurbek 13 February 2020 22: 53 New
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            How Suo Tank is arranged ...., also shoot NAR ...
        2. Stalllker 14 February 2020 01: 57 New
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          I'm interested too
    2. Grigory_45 13 February 2020 22: 02 New
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      Quote: Zaurbek
      Is SVP24 useful only for bombing?

      for bombing. The SVP-24 calculator analyzes data on the speed, altitude and position of the aircraft (using GLONASS signals), “knows” the coordinates of the target, analyzes the state of the atmosphere in real time (pressure, humidity, wind speed and direction, etc.) and automatically resets a bomb at a point that provides minimal deviation from the aiming point.
    3. Izzy Gubinstein 20 February 2020 04: 29 New
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      Narusov bombing at the Senate of the Javgean Jugaes with concrete-breaking wards
  7. Ros 56 13 February 2020 17: 38 New
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    Algerians know where to turn, these are not Bulgarians and ... forgot the country, they are looking for who will repair the Soviet planes.
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    2. Frogfoot 13 February 2020 19: 19 New
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      Rave. ANDR Air Force repaired their MiG-29s in Belarus. By the way, the Bulgarians are repairing and modernizing their Su-25s in Belarus too. Both processes are carried out / carried out with the design and technological support of the aircraft developer. By the way, the Bulgarian MiGs were repaired in the Russian Federation and still their operation and maintenance is accompanied by the Russian side. Soviet-made living aircraft (such as MiG-29, Su-27, Su-25) in the world are not as many as you think. Those countries that exploit them are well aware of where they can be repaired or serviced.
      1. Stalllker 14 February 2020 01: 59 New
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        If my memory serves me right, ours abandoned these planes, after repairs in Belarus
  8. Antokha 14 February 2020 11: 23 New
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    Quote: Bongo
    Initially, Poghosyan was pushing into our Air Force the Su-24M modernized as part of the Gusar OKR. However, the "Algerian" option was much more successful.

    I confirm
  9. Izzy Gubinstein 20 February 2020 04: 27 New
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    lieutenant Rzhevsky modernizirin flying Pegasus fur arapen Luftwaffen
    Juden Koput
    Amen
  10. Izzy Gubinstein 20 February 2020 04: 30 New
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    Alarm, Yuden Brechen !!!
    Zionism hydra apakakakakivaet here Luftwaffles made in the USSR
  11. Izzy Gubinstein 20 February 2020 04: 33 New
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    wah, the luds of the world (the luds of the world are yavgei) stand for a minute
    a beep is heard from you from all the hounds, especially from the hogs of the dead grave
    call ov richly, otherwise byad, you will be taken captive to the pharaoh
  12. Stalllker 9 March 2020 08: 57 New
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    Another good advertisement for Russian weapons
  13. Pavel57 9 March 2020 23: 32 New
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    Algeria will never buy a Su-34.