The dates for signing the contract for the construction of two APRKSN "Borey-A"

The dates for signing the contract for the construction of two APRKSN "Borey-A"

A contract for the construction of two new project 955A nuclear missile strategic submarine cruisers (code Borey-A) for the Russian Navy will be concluded in August this year at the Army 2020 forum, TASS reports citing a source in the military-industrial complex.


It was decided to sign in August at the Army 2020 forum a construction contract for fleet two more submarine missile carriers Borey-A. Under the terms of the contract, the laying of both ships will take place at Sevmash (part of the USC) in 2021, they will be built as part of the current state armament program until 2027

- said the source of the agency, adding that these submarines will be the ninth and tenth in a row submarines of the Borey class.

Earlier, RIA News with reference to its source, it was reported that the laying of two APRKSN "Borey-A" will be held on May 9, 2020 in honor of the 75th anniversary of the Great Victory.

In turn, the Ministry of Defense does not comment on the information voiced by news agencies.

Currently, the Russian 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. He graduated from state tests and is preparing to join the fleet of the APKSN "Prince Vladimir" of the modernized project "Borey-A".

Four more serial ARPKSN of the 955 project are under construction - “Prince Oleg” (officially laid down on 27 of July 2014 of the year), “Generalissimo Suvorov” (laid on 26 of December 2014 of the year), “Emperor Alexander III” (laid down on 18 of December 2015 of the year) and “ Prince Pozharsky "(laid down December 23 2016 years).
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  1. Vladimir_2U 25 February 2020 12: 29 New
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    It is necessary to update the submelt. Good news.
    1. Nehist 25 February 2020 12: 49 New
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      It is necessary but not APRKSN and MAPL .. And with this, we are tight to planting (((
      1. The Siberian barber 25 February 2020 12: 55 New
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        I fully support your opinion!
        From the “menagerie” horns and legs remained, “Ash” - to the right, and their planned number is not enough
        1. Nehist 25 February 2020 12: 59 New
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          Duck himself, while fishing (went out for the flounder), Elk saw in Okhotsk, was in a positional position. My jaw dropped to the bottom. And there’s nothing to drive them
          1. kjhg 25 February 2020 13: 25 New
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            This is not news, unfortunately. What do you think, why did he need to go precisely on the surface?
          2. Grits 25 February 2020 13: 49 New
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            Quote: Nehist
            Duck himself, while fishing (went out for the flounder), Elk saw in Okhotsk, was in a positional position. My jaw dropped to the bottom. And there’s nothing to drive them

            Wow! And how did they let him through the straits? What a disgrace ...
            This is similar if our BDRM were walking in Labrador.
            1. Piramidon 25 February 2020 14: 51 New
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              Quote: Gritsa
              Wow! And how did they let him through the straits?

              When, whom, through which straits did they pass into the Sea of ​​Okhotsk? fool
              1. Grits 25 February 2020 15: 38 New
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                Quote: Piramidon
                When, whom, through which straits did they pass into the Sea of ​​Okhotsk?

                see above.
            2. kit88 25 February 2020 15: 28 New
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              So here, it seems, a recent article was - where whose fleet is rummaging around.

              Blue - Russian
              Green - Americans
              Red - Chinese

              There is a big question - who is the master in the Sea of ​​Okhotsk.
              1. Grits 25 February 2020 15: 35 New
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                Quote: kit88
                There is a big question - who is the master in the Sea of ​​Okhotsk

                Strange map. It is surprising to me that the Americans in Okhotsk are at home (although, in the absence of our surface fleet, everything is quite possible). But the Chinese ... For the first time I hear about this. After all, this is the sea in which the deployment and combat alert of our SSBNs takes place.
                And the fact that the Chinese are in full force in the Chukchi Sea right up to about. Wrangel is generally from the realm of fantasy. I do not believe.
              2. Lexus 25 February 2020 17: 42 New
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                Green - Americans

                Undersea Cables (green) are submarine cables. Alexander, be careful. I didn’t set a minus if they suddenly get it.hi
                1. kit88 25 February 2020 20: 00 New
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                  Yes, I agree. Inattention.
                  Yes, in general, I only know "Hyundai Hoh" and "vernier caliper" in English. request
                  Pentagon map, marked Russian and Chinese. .... and for some reason cables.
                  Original taken here
                  https://topwar.ru/167773-pentagon-opublikoval-kartu-morskih-ugroz-ssha-ot-rossii-i-kitaja.html
                  1. Lexus 25 February 2020 20: 09 New
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                    and for some reason cables

                    The Pentagon was trying to prove that ours and the Chinese have the ability to connect to them.
                    1. kit88 25 February 2020 20: 15 New
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                      Well, how warm, thanks for the card, we will know where to connect, am
                      belay
          3. Boa kaa 25 February 2020 20: 23 New
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            Quote: Nehist
            Duck himself, while fishing (went out for the flounder), Elk saw in Okhotsk, was in a positional position.

            You, probably, on channel 16 informed SNIS about your discovery by repeating the feat of Exupery !? Or, in violation of the holy rules for the assembly of small vessels, you did not have a VHF radio station?
            Are you going to flounder to go to flounder? belay
            And how did you visually determine, on the retractable fence, the boat in the positional position that it was from a moose herd?
            Quote: Nehist
            My jaw dropped to the bottom.
            In no case do not lift it back - let it stay there! laughing
        2. Ros 56 25 February 2020 16: 27 New
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          Well, tell the Commander-in-Chief of the Navy, he is apparently not in the know. soldier
          1. Boa kaa 25 February 2020 20: 46 New
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            Quote: Ros 56
            Well, tell the Commander-in-Chief of the Navy, he is apparently not in the know.

            Usually they are silent about fakes ... This case is an exception!
            Personally, I doubt very much that the submarine commander violated the requirements of the fundamental rule of secrecy for carrying BS and unreasonably surfaced.
            Secondly, this is an extremely unstable position of submarines, which tend to go as quickly as possible. And you can also determine under the retractable, without protruding outward ...
            1. Ros 56 26 February 2020 08: 10 New
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              What are you talking about, I'm talking about Thomas, and you're talking about Yeryoma. fool
        3. Connor MacLeod 27 February 2020 02: 54 New
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          Quote: Siberian barber
          I fully support your opinion!
          From the "menagerie" horns and legs remained, " Ash-tree "- to the right, and their planned number is not enough

          It is not clear at all why there are as many as 9 of them? Ash is a great option to replace the 949 project (ammunition is increased by a third with half the displacement), but as an escort for the Boreas, the 885ths are too bulky (compared to Virginia, Barakuda and Astyut).

          Enough and 6 Ash, and all the freed up resources should be directed to bring to mind as soon as possible and launch in the series "Laika". For example, the 845th needs 12 pieces no less, noiseless killers with a displacement twice as small as that of Ash, so that Borey could cover Ash and work as part of the KUG.
      2. Piramidon 25 February 2020 14: 05 New
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        Quote: Nehist
        It is necessary but not APRKSN and MAPL .. And with this, we are tight to planting (((

        If the Armageddon takes place, the MALP will no longer be needed. But for retaliatory strike, APRKSN is most welcome.
        PS True, we will not find out about this and we will not care.
        1. The Siberian barber 25 February 2020 14: 44 New
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          Again, you need to "turn on the old record")))
          In order for the SSBNs to inflict this blow, they need PLA!
          How to cover strategists?)
        2. evgenii67 25 February 2020 15: 47 New
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          From what? Now, if I come to my parents in the village, I think I’ll stretch at least a month, well, there are pickles and jams. Anyway, the point is to hit the Smolensk region ??? Unless a maximum of 2 puffs will be lowered on Smolensk itself and one by one to Vyazma (there are helicopters based there), Yelnya, well, they may decide to go for a nuclear power plant in Desnogorsk (but it’s already quite dirty), and why not give out the rest.
      3. Serg koma 25 February 2020 20: 12 New
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        Quote: Nehist
        not APRKSN and MAPL.

        Does anyone ignorantly develop the abbreviation APRKSN (strategic nuclear missile submarine cruiser)? "Ash"; "Poplar"; “Buk” - I understand, but such puzzles of the acronym- no. For what is it necessary to drain letters, confuse the enemy, or get confused by ourselves?
        1. Serg koma 25 February 2020 20: 26 New
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          APRSC
          - I forgot to mention, the article says "APRSCN" - however, the journalist got confused in the letters wassat
    2. Paul Siebert 25 February 2020 14: 40 New
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      Yes, the good news!
      A dozen Boreevs are one hundred and sixty Bulava missiles, and how many warheads are scary to imagine.
      Some of these underwater cruisers can incinerate Matrasia to zero, but there are also Voivode, Sarmatians, Poplars and, I hope, Poseidons ...
      In striped - a reason to think! wink
  2. Thrifty 25 February 2020 12: 32 New
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    Is it possible to depart from the habit of confining everything to a particular holiday, and just, take tomorrow and sign this contract right tomorrow? What to expect for half a year from the sky of stones?
    1. Piramidon 25 February 2020 14: 11 New
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      Quote: Thrifty
      Is it possible to depart from the habit of confining everything to a particular holiday, and just, take tomorrow and sign this contract right tomorrow? What to expect for half a year from the sky of stones?

      Think narrowly. When something is timed to date - it sounds more solid and draws more attention to the same Western media. This is one of the elements of information war. hi
  3. RideMaster 25 February 2020 12: 34 New
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    This is all good. But at least a couple of destroyers would be, that would be a joy.

    By the way, explain. To strike under the rules, the boat must go to some point, which is why they say that the Americans graze and destroy. But technically this exit to the point is regulated only for safety. So then she can shoot back from the bay, if it impinges.
    1. NEXUS 25 February 2020 12: 44 New
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      Quote: RideMaster
      This is all good. But at least a couple of destroyers would be, that would be a joy.

      To do this, you must first develop and lay the head one. And this is at least 10 years.
      Quote: RideMaster
      So then she can shoot back from the bay, if it impinges.

      Maybe, but ... what is more likely to shoot from 2 km from a gun or when the barrel is stuck in the temple?
      1. Dzafdet 25 February 2020 17: 49 New
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        The headquarters will soon be surrendered to the fleet. A mace was already allowed out of it. And even left normally ...
        1. NEXUS 25 February 2020 23: 34 New
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          Quote: Dzafdet
          The headquarters will soon be surrendered to the fleet.

          I'm talking about the head Super-Pots. He is a purebred destroyer without reservations, and even so far he is not really on the paper in the project.
          Quote: Dzafdet
          A mace was already let out of it

          From whom? From Borea-A? The man asked above why to bring the SSBN to the launch point, if it could be fired from the pier. I explained on my fingers why this is so. And then, the Mace with its range of 8 thousand is not Sineva with a range of 11 thousand. Do you feel the difference?
          1. Dzafdet 26 February 2020 10: 26 New
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            I feel it. That's why 4 boats will serve in the Pacific Ocean. There, even from the pier they will be able to send gifts to Uncle Sam for Christmas and beyond. And two years ago, Solomonov said something casually about Mace-M. Apparently they set the task to give birth to a missile with a greater MO or greater range ..
    2. DenZ 25 February 2020 12: 48 New
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      Technically it can, but it will only be a very good target itself. And even before their shooting, therefore, they go out to the launch area (preferably without shepherds).
    3. Podvodnik 25 February 2020 19: 27 New
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      By the way, explain. To strike under the rules, the boat must go to some point, which is why they say that the Americans graze and destroy. But technically this exit to the point is regulated only for safety. So then she can shoot back from the bay, if it impinges.


      "Strategist" secretly carries out military service in a specific area. Upon receipt of the command to launch, it carries out preparatory activities and fires. There is no need to go to any points.

      Location of deployment areas is a state secret. They are also cut according to the principle of the impossibility of mutual detection by friendly forces.

      When following military service to the deployment area, our SSBNs are guarded at the exit from the base by "partner" submarines with the aim of conducting long-range covert tracking. This is done in the interests of opening up areas of combat patrols, working out training tasks for combat training, for immediate destruction in the event of military launches, etc. .

      Technically, the SSBN can also shoot from the pier, if the range allows. When in the base, all SSBNs are on alert and are ready to use weapons if ordered.
  4. aszzz888 25 February 2020 12: 40 New
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    The dates for signing the contract for the construction of two APRKSN "Borey-A"
    Well, they won’t be superfluous !!! good Fleets be !!!
  5. Mavrikiy 25 February 2020 13: 05 New
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    A contract for the construction of two new nuclear project strategic missile cruisers for the Russian Navy of project 955A (code Borey-A) will be concluded in August this year at the Army 2020 forum
    And by March 8, MAY 1, MAY 9, no way? That is bad luck. requestand happiness was so possible. Six months to the tail, workers. There is an opinion and solution, but a banquet in August.
  6. anfreezer 25 February 2020 13: 16 New
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    So the boats of the 2020 contract should not be 9 and 10, but 11 and 12 .... The ninth and tenth should be the boats of the contract signed at Army 2019 and which will be laid this May .. It seems like this ..
  7. Gardamir 25 February 2020 13: 57 New
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    Life is getting better! Previously, they announced a possible deadline. Now about the conclusion of the contract. And what if you suddenly sign this contract when in operation? In 2050?
    1. Boa kaa 25 February 2020 21: 16 New
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      Quote: Gardamir
      when in operation? In 2050?

      According to the plan in 2027 ... But how it goes - we will see ...
  8. Old26 25 February 2020 14: 19 New
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    Quote: RideMaster
    By the way, explain. To strike under the rules, the boat must go to some point, which is why they say that the Americans graze and destroy. But technically this exit to the point is regulated only for safety. So then she can shoot back from the bay, if it impinges.

    This point may be at the pier.
    1. NEXUS 25 February 2020 16: 28 New
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      Quote: Old26
      This point may be at the pier.

      In the version of the carrier Dolphin with Sineva, given the range of this ICBM, it’s not so good in the variant of Borea with the Bulava, which has a range of 3 thousand less. In vain, the BARK was buried.
  9. lopuhan2006 25 February 2020 15: 36 New
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    I look at START 3 no one is watching) "Excess" is already starting to take shape. Now everyone will put pressure on China, let’s say to us, without you in any way) In principle, right. APRKSN serve are designed for a long time, and then you look and MAPL will arrive in time, which will be more important know-how. In the meantime, securing an exit will be DEPL and surface forces. Fortunately, information for the Pacific Fleet is beginning to emerge. 6pcs 636 and 10 additional 380 just confirm this. So, for 15 years the Pacific Fleet will be like it is now, those are not quite oceanic.
  10. Old26 25 February 2020 16: 39 New
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    Quote: lopuhan2006
    I look at START 3 no one is watching) "Excess" is already starting to take shape.

    Why doesn’t anyone look and why did they start laying extra ones? We have in service one boat of the BDR project with the age of 38 years. Two were decommissioned last year.
    Now under construction are 8 boats. In total, there are now 10 missile, taking into account boats of the BDR and BDRM type. That is 160 missiles. The oldest of them is 38 years old this year (BDR). The rest are from 30 to 36 years old. Old boats of the BDR and BDRM projects will be decommissioned gradually and replaced with new ones.
    In addition, START-3 does not have ceilings for specific systems. That is, the number of ICBMs, the number of SLBMs and strategic aircraft is not specified. There are only total restrictions on the number of deployed (deployed and not deployed) carriers and the number of warheads

    Quote: lopuhan2006
    Now everyone will put pressure on China, let’s say to us, without you in any way) In principle, right.

    As they say in China, "where you sit, you get down there." The American idea itself is to sign countries that possess nuclear weapons and first of all China will lead to nothing under an agreement. There is no basis for compromise
  11. Old26 25 February 2020 16: 42 New
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    Quote: NEXUS
    Quote: Old26
    This point may be at the pier.

    In the version of the carrier Dolphin with Sineva, given the range of this ICBM, it’s not so good in the variant of Borea with the Bulava, which has a range of 3 thousand less. In vain, the BARK was buried.


    Why is it that “Bulava” suddenly has a range of less than 3 thousand kilometers? They are approximately equal to that of the "Mace", that of the "Sineva" ...
    1. Dzafdet 25 February 2020 17: 51 New
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      Approximately, it’s like in a joke: somewhere 7, somewhere 8 ... Mace -9300 km, Sineva-Liner-11534 km ... How would the difference of 2000 km ...
  12. Imperial Technocrat 25 February 2020 16: 49 New
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    In total, 12-14 Boreev are needed, because old projects are not eternal, and will soon have to be written off. In addition, from 12-14, 1-2 will always be under repair / modernization / maintenance, so 12-14 is the optimal number

    Well, I would also like at least a couple, and preferably 4 Boreev-K strike, to the eyeballs loaded with a couple of hundreds of conventional (or maybe part of the nuclear) cruise missiles Caliber, or even Zircon
  13. Old26 25 February 2020 21: 03 New
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    Quote: Dzafdet
    Approximately, it’s like in a joke: somewhere 7, somewhere 8 ... Mace -9300 km, Sineva-Liner-11534 km ... How would the difference of 2000 km ...

    Sergei! Sineva / Liner, like Trident at 11 with a penny of thousands of kilometers, were launched with truncated military equipment. With one warhead. At one time, the P-39 was launched at the same range once or twice. With 2 blocks.
    The whole difference is that the 9300 Bulava has its full-time combat equipment, while the Sineva has one unit. And so the range is approximately equal. “Sineva” has either a standard 8300 or 8800 km (both those and other range numbers are found

    Quote: Imperial Technocrat
    In total, 12-14 Boreev are needed, because old projects are not eternal, and will soon have to be written off. In addition, from 12-14, 1-2 will always be under repair / modernization / maintenance, so 12-14 is the optimal number

    Well, I would also like at least a couple, and preferably 4 Boreev-K strike, to the eyeballs loaded with a couple of hundreds of conventional (or maybe part of the nuclear) cruise missiles Caliber, or even Zircon

    Enough will be 10 "Boreev." 160 missiles are a pretty decent number.

    “Boreev-K”, if they build it, the figure in 2 buildings flashed. The number of “Caliber” she can carry about 128. “Onyx” - 64. How many “Zircons” - HZ. To do this, at least know its diameter
    1. Dzafdet 26 February 2020 10: 29 New
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      The mace was launched at maximum range, also with two BBs. So its range with a full load of 8 thousand km .. Miracles do not happen.
  14. lvov_aleksey 26 February 2020 00: 52 New
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    if one day when mooring I’ll goose off me!
  15. lvov_aleksey 26 February 2020 00: 55 New
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    Quote: Imperial Technocrat
    In total, 12-14 Boreev are needed, because old projects are not eternal, and will soon have to be written off. In addition, from 12-14, 1-2 will always be under repair / modernization / maintenance, so 12-14 is the optimal number

    Well, I would also like at least a couple, and preferably 4 Boreev-K strike, to the eyeballs loaded with a couple of hundreds of conventional (or maybe part of the nuclear) cruise missiles Caliber, or even Zircon

    I just heard about borey-b