Trials of the frigate Admiral Kasatonov completed in the Northern Fleet


Tests of the new Admiral Kasatonov warship, which began on November 20 last year in the North navysuccessfully completed. They lasted five months.


This was announced today by the press service of the Northern Fleet.

During the test firing, the frigate fired a Caliber rocket at a coastal target. In addition, he fired Caliber and Onyx cruise missiles at target positions on the high seas.

The Northern Fleet also reported that, being in the waters of the Barents Sea, the frigate used artillery against targets at sea and on the shore, and also used torpedoes to destroy an underwater target. During the test activities, the joint operations of the combat ship with auxiliary vessels were worked out and aviation.

The frigate will enter the Navy, completing the entire set of tests. Presumably, it will be included in one of the formations of surface ships that make up the Northern Fleet. Earlier, the head of the United Shipbuilding Corporation, Alexei Rakhmanov, said that this event was to take place at the beginning of this year.

At the moment, the ship has completed testing in the Northern Fleet and is making the transition, heading for the Baltic.

A distinctive feature of the frigates of project 22350, which includes the Admiral of the Kasatonov Fleet, is the use of stealth technologies in their creation.
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  1. Mebius April 6 2020 15: 49 New
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    Well, guys. Seven feet under the keel "Kasatonov" .. A serious ship was built! hi
    1. Michael67 April 6 2020 15: 49 New
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      7 feet and a passing! More such news. And then isolation from all sides, but little positive.
      1. Mebius April 6 2020 16: 04 New
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        Quote: Michael67
        7 feet and a passing! More such news. And then isolation from all sides, but little positive.

        Yes, do not say, a solid negative comes from the Internet .. But you need to survive, this product, just like a balm for the soul .. hi
        Alive Russia and the Navy will still show itself in the vast oceans !!!
    2. rich April 6 2020 16: 13 New
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      The ship received a name in honor of the Admiral of the Fleet of the USSR Vladimir Afanasyevich Kasatonov

      Interestingly, the Kasatonov family gave the country many famous people:
      Son - Kasatonov Igor Vladimirovich - First Deputy Commander-in-Chief of the Russian Navy (1992-1999), retired admiral.
      Grandson - Kasatonov Vladimir Lvovich - Head of the Naval Academy, Vice Admiral.
      Grandchildren — Kasatonov Alexander Igorevich - Captain 1 rank and Kasatonov Kirill Igorevich, Colonel, serve in the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation
      Grand-nephew - Kasatonov, Alexei Viktorovich - a famous hockey player, two-time Olympic champion (1984 and 1988), multiple champion of the world, Europe, USSR. Honored Master of Sports of the USSR.
      1. Victor_B April 6 2020 16: 21 New
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        Quote: Rich
        Kasatonov family gave the country many famous people

        "One day his son comes to the colonel and asks:
        “Dad, tell me when I grow up, will I become a sergeant?”
        “Yes, of course you will!”
        - Dad, what about a lieutenant?
        “And you will become a lieutenant too!”
        - A major?
        - And a major!
        - A colonel?
        “Yes, and you will become a colonel.”
        - A general ?!
        - No, the general has his own son ...
        (For the alternative - this is a joke, not an insult! And Kasatonov is more than a worthy person!)
      2. Amateur April 6 2020 16: 57 New
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        Old anecdote:
        Can a grandson of a general become a marshal?
        Everyone knows the answer. fellow
      3. Aviator_ April 6 2020 20: 38 New
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        And I did not know that the famous hockey player is a relative of the fleet admiral. Thanks for the info. Decent family. I hope that the son of Vladimir Afanasevich, being the First Deputy Commander in Chief of the Navy during the EBN, tried to save the fleet from reform.
        1. Boa kaa April 6 2020 21: 18 New
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          Quote: Aviator_
          the son of Vladimir Afanasevich, being the First Deputy Commander-in-Chief of the Navy during the EBN, he tried to save the fleet from reform.

          Igor Vladimirovich saved the Black Sea Fleet for Russia !!!
    3. Atlant-1164 April 6 2020 17: 07 New
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      positive, and good news for us!
      1. Sky strike fighter April 6 2020 18: 10 New
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        On Gorshkov, Zircon will be tested soon.
        The Northern Fleet’s frigate Admiral Gorshkov went to the Belomorsk Naval Base to load the Zircon hypersonic missile for a subsequent test launch.



        The Zircon sea-based hypersonic missile is designed to destroy surface and coastal targets at a distance of more than a thousand kilometers. Flight tests of the complex began in 2015, in total more than 10 launches were made. On tests, the rocket showed a speed of more than 9 Machs (about 10 thousand kilometers per hour).

        https://rg.ru/2020/04/06/reg-szfo/raketu-cirkon-podgotovili-k-novym-ispytaniiam.html
        1. Grandfather April 6 2020 18: 24 New
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          looking at night, good news, maybe I’ll sleep with a warm feeling ... the crew is a "port"! drinks
          1. Boa kaa April 6 2020 21: 30 New
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            Quote: Dead Day
            crew - "port"!
            Baby Well, the Fleet doesn’t drink portions !!!
            AWL, AWL and AWL again !!! fellow
            For gourmets - "horsemeat"! If it’s weak, well, tady - "some water"!
            But the "gateway-love" portico is not our drink. bully
            AHA.
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  3. Victor_B April 6 2020 15: 52 New
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    Good news!
    Now, finally, the series has begun.
    Seven feet under the keel!
    1. Mebius April 6 2020 16: 07 New
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      Quote: Victor_B
      Good news!
      Now, finally, the series has begun.

      Even so !!!! This is doubly joy Thank you! hi
      1. Xnumx vis April 6 2020 20: 54 New
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        Quote: Mobius
        Quote: Victor_B
        Good news!
        Now, finally, the series has begun.

        Even so !!!! This is doubly joy Thank you! hi

        Interesting reason for the cons! Or is this preoccupation with Vo started, minus people supporting the Country and the Army! Soon they will not give another opinion.
        1. Mebius April 10 2020 14: 58 New
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          Quote: 30 vis
          Quote: Mobius
          Quote: Victor_B
          Good news!
          Now, finally, the series has begun.

          Even so !!!! This is doubly joy Thank you! hi

          Interesting reason for the cons! Or is this preoccupation with Vo started, minus people supporting the Country and the Army! Soon they will not give another opinion.

          Demons protesters gathered here and rock the country .. hi Need to stick together !!!
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      1. Mebius April 6 2020 17: 16 New
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        Quote: Seeker
        WHAT SERIES DO YOU SAY ???

        Well, are we building? Why are you so excited suddenly ..))))
      2. Andrei from Chelyabinsk April 6 2020 17: 28 New
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        "Kasatonov" - the first serial, but what?
      3. Boa kaa April 6 2020 22: 02 New
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        Quote: Seeker
        WHAT SERIES DO YOU SAY ???

        The first series is 22350 of 6 units, with the last 2 (Amelko and Chichagov) already in place. And then they will go 22350M with 24 launchers instead of the previous 16 for the unredesigned 22350.
        Or didn’t you know that !?
        1. alexmach April 7 2020 00: 35 New
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          And then they will go 22350M with 24 launchers instead of the previous 16 for the unredesigned 22350.

          some optimists there either 32 or 48 PU counted.
  4. Mytholog April 6 2020 15: 56 New
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    Seven feet under the keel!
    And new ones - more, more)
  5. Retvizan 8 April 6 2020 15: 59 New
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    A good frigate is a lot of modern technology!
    And stealth and rockets are new!
    May God grant more, more of these!
    Happy news !
    1. Mebius April 6 2020 16: 15 New
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      Quote: Retvizan 8
      A good frigate is a lot of modern technology!
      And stealth and rockets are new!
      May God grant more, more of these!

      As they say, one is not a warrior in the field, but this frigate will refute this saying .. There is a Russian crew! And another series is coming .. hi
  6. iouris April 6 2020 16: 05 New
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    Which US Navy is it capable of withstanding?
    1. dvina71 April 6 2020 16: 09 New
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      Quote: iouris
      Which US Navy is it capable of withstanding?

      To the fleet?
      He’ll show the US Navy one gun to Kuzkin’s mother ...
    2. Connor MacLeod April 6 2020 17: 03 New
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      Sixth ...
      1. Grandfather April 6 2020 18: 26 New
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        Quote: Connor MacLeod
        Sixth ...

        and the last .... gee.
        1. Connor MacLeod April 6 2020 19: 28 New
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          Well, for the Sixth Fleet of the United States, this battle will indeed be the last.

          Against 4 Arly Berkov and a pair of Moose already somehow compress ...
          1. SovAr238A April 6 2020 19: 50 New
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            Quote: Connor MacLeod
            Against 4 Arly Berkov and a pair of Moose already somehow compress ...


            Fleet Composition
            With the exception of the headquarters, support departments, and the flagship, the Sixth Operational Fleet has no permanent composition. Forces and assets are allocated to it by order of the Naval Operations Headquarters as necessary.

            In operational-tactical terms, the Sixth Fleet is divided into the following operational groups:

            Task Force 60
            The main striking force of the fleet. It includes 1-2 aircraft carriers, each of which accompanies about 6 cruisers and destroyers. There are 65-85 aircraft on board each aircraft carrier (fighters, attack aircraft, anti-submarine and reconnaissance aircraft).

            Task Force 61
            Designed for landing amphibious assault forces. Consists of approximately three landing ships.

            Task Force 62
            Includes marine units. It consists of approximately 1600 Marines, armed with tanks, artillery and helicopters.

            Task Force 63
            Represents a support group for the actions of other ships. Includes refueling, transport and repair vessels.

            Task Force 64
            The 64 task force includes strategic nuclear submarines carrying ballistic nuclear missiles.

            Task Force 66 / 69
            Includes submarines and anti-submarine ships. The task of this group is the destruction of enemy submarines and the protection of their own ships.

            In 2003, at the time of maximum gain, the fleet included more than 40 surface ships, including 2 aircraft carriers, 2-4 nuclear submarines, 175 aircraft and 21 military personnel.
            1. Connor MacLeod April 6 2020 20: 26 New
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              Here is the fresher data (not seventeen years ago) from the official website:

              4 DESRON 60 destroyers (Task Force 65)
              USS Carney (DDG 64)
              USS Ross (DDG 71)
              USS Donald Cook (DDG 75)
              USS Porter (DDG 78)

              Nuclear submarines Task Force 69 (the exact amount is not indicated, take the 2003 figure 2-4).

              Well, everything else is auxiliary vessels.

              https://www.c6f.navy.mil
              1. SovAr238A April 6 2020 20: 56 New
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                Quote: Connor MacLeod
                https://www.c6f.navy.mil


                Sorry, but do you live in Russia?
                Here I have the "mil" domains ie US military - never open for several years ...
                How do you do it?

                I'm not hinting at anything, but still very interesting ...
                1. Connor MacLeod April 6 2020 21: 05 New
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                  Sorry, but do you live in Russia?

                  And I definitely said that I live in Russia?
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                  Quote: SovAr238A
                  Here I have the "mil" domains ie US military - never open for several years ...

                  Turn on the VPN and watch.
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                Do not tell me what kind of ship. In San Diego I saw.
                1. Connor MacLeod April 7 2020 01: 59 New
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                  No idea request
                2. SovAr238A April 7 2020 07: 11 New
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                  Quote: for

                  Do not tell me what kind of ship. In San Diego I saw.


                  This is the US Navy Expeditionary Naval Base.
                  Either Williams or Puller.
                  https://topwar.ru/136796-plavuchaya-baza-amerikanskoy-ekspansii.html
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                    Thank you!
      2. Boa kaa April 6 2020 22: 08 New
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        Quote: Connor MacLeod
        Sixth ...

        Sixth - 2 Black Sea Fleet frigates (so far only 2)
        And the Second - SF frigates.
        Moreover, when the 22350M series goes, they plan to collect 6 units each (NK team) in the Northern Fleet and Pacific Fleet. And from 22350 (not modern) they will collect BrNK for the Black Sea Fleet in order to carry BS in pairs in Middle-earth. The Baltics will remain with 20380 corvettes, also 6 units.
        In my opinion, it was somehow supposed earlier.
        1. Connor MacLeod April 6 2020 22: 53 New
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          Quote: BoA KAA
          Sixth - 2 Black Sea Fleet frigates (so far only 2)

          And where did the third 11356 go? Also do not forget about 6 new diesel engines.

          Quote: BoA KAA
          And the Second - SF frigates.

          The Second U.S. Fleet (recreated in 2018) so far only exists on paper. And in the Northern Fleet there are already three frigates of Project 22350 and three missile carriers of Project 885 plus new ones on the way.

          Quote: BoA KAA
          Moreover, when the 22350M series goes, they plan to collect 6 units each (NK team) in the Northern Fleet and Pacific Fleet. And from 22350 (not modern) they will collect BrNK for the Black Sea Fleet in order to carry BS in pairs in Middle-earth. The Baltics will remain with 20380 corvettes, also 6 units.
          In my opinion, it was somehow supposed earlier.

          Well, that's great. If all goes well, then it will be possible to discard 3 frigates 11356 to Iran (such as unification) so that the Persians distract the Fifth Fleet. And China will fetter the Seventh Fleet.

          And we will take the Sixth. Well, allies ...
  7. Wiruz April 6 2020 16: 13 New
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    The only thing depressing is that the serious gap will be after the fourth building. There were no bookmarks after Isakov’s for six years, and the Severnaya Verf alone wasn’t able to fill the shortage of such ships; enterprises still needed to be involved. It seems that there was talk about the construction of these frigates at Yantar and the Baltic factory. Who is in the know?
    1. Andrei from Chelyabinsk April 6 2020 17: 32 New
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      Quote: Wiruz
      It seems that there was talk about the construction of these frigates at Yantar and the Baltic factory.

      This is if only 22350M A 22350 will consist of 8 ships and the point, most likely
      Quote: Wiruz
      The only thing depressing is that the serious gap will be after the fourth building.

      By the way, not a fact - the new 4 frigates are likely to be built quite quickly. The series was due to many problems with air defense systems, artillery, engines, etc. etc. Now the problems are mostly resolved and there are no obstacles to serial construction
      1. Grandfather April 6 2020 18: 28 New
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        Quote: Andrey from Chelyabinsk
        The series was due to many problems with air defense systems, artillery, engines, etc. etc.

        the main pain is the engines ... not?
        1. Andrei from Chelyabinsk April 6 2020 18: 49 New
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          Quote: Dead Day
          the main pain is the engines ... not?

          So yes, but now they are produced by us and may well equip the second four in the right time
      2. ser56 April 6 2020 19: 23 New
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        Quote: Andrey from Chelyabinsk
        of 8 ships and the point is most likely

        their minimum needs twice as much, if not three times ... request
        1. Andrei from Chelyabinsk April 7 2020 07: 13 New
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          Yes, how to say ... I do not think 22350 is so successful. And yes, if they realize the initial plans, there will be 8 units. 22350 and 12 units. 22350M Already something
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            Quote: Andrey from Chelyabinsk
            I do not think 22350 is so successful

            the question is different - finally worked out the design for many years, created cooperation - we need to drive the series like the Americans or the Chinese ... and not build a fleet of samples ...
      3. alexmach April 6 2020 22: 56 New
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        This is if only 22350M A 22350 will consist of 8 ships and the point, most likely

        But where does this information come from? Suddenly, they’ll hang out with the 22350M for a couple of years, you look there and you can lay a couple more.

        My humble opinion should be laid down until there are at least some realistic plans for the construction of the 22350M. Well, at least they won’t lay the head one, or even bring it to a high degree of readiness, at least until launching ... it’s better, of course, to transfer it to the fleet.
        1. Andrei from Chelyabinsk April 7 2020 07: 40 New
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          The answer is very simple. If you can lay 22350m where, then only at the Northern Shipyard, which has gained a lot of experience at 22350. And as of 2021, it will have four frigates in construction, one in completion and one in the process of commissioning. This despite the fact that before she built only 4 frigates at a time.
          So my forecast is the laying of the 22350th year of commercials in 2021-2022 and more likely even 2022
          Here you have the desired two years
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            Somewhere they wrote that they are ready to build up to 6 at the same time at NE. But there is another place on the slipway takes "Mercury".

            In addition, over the past year 2 20380 and 1 20285 were launched there.
  8. Doccor18 April 6 2020 16: 22 New
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    Oh, a dozen of these for each fleet ...
    1. Mebius April 6 2020 16: 42 New
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      Quote: Doccor18
      Oh, a dozen of these for each fleet ...

      Everything will be men. Give time ... hi And do not listen to these hysterical .. negative
      1. Looking for April 6 2020 16: 57 New
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        When did you register on the site? 2 weeks ago? Well then it’s clear.
        1. Grandfather April 6 2020 18: 30 New
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          Quote: Seeker
          When did you register on the site? 2 weeks ago? Well then it’s clear.

          nothing is clear to you ... Vitalik, is registered every week, but you just have to accept it ... like rain or wind ...
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      Our admirals have so far ordered only eight, the seventh and eighth will be laid at 20 and 21.
  9. Incompetent April 6 2020 17: 20 New
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    How long is it reborn (((fleet ...
    1. dvina71 April 6 2020 18: 37 New
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      Quote: Incompetent
      How long is it reborn (((fleet ...

      I remind you .. RKKF entered the war with the tsarist battleships. The pledged LCs like the USSR were never built, although their GK worked near Leningrad .. and very successfully.
      The fleet is very difficult and expensive .. and for a long time .. In the 90s, the rhythm of shipbuilding was interrupted for 15 years .. and this led to the degradation of the whole industry .. well, at least not recycling ..
      So .. now the only way .. to build is not much, with a small displacement, but with weapons of the next class ..
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        Quote: dvina71

        I remind you ..

        about the billions in the colonel’s garage ... (and further ...) do you think it would be enough for us to fleet? not "super" but much more decent than it is?
        1. dvina71 April 6 2020 18: 44 New
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          Quote: Dead Day
          would we have enough for the fleet?

          Well, if you buy .. let's say from China .. that would be enough for something.
          The construction of the fleet is a whole industry .. to buy it .. no colonels will be enough ..
        2. Boa kaa April 6 2020 22: 32 New
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          Quote: Dead Day
          about billions in the colonel’s garage ...

          Baby, you old ... Satyr !!!
          22350 at a minimum costs 18 lard, and only Kravchenko was found ... 12 billion rubles! - Not sickly, but not enough ... however. lol
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            Quote: BoA KAA
            Building a fleet is a whole industry ..

            Quote: BoA KAA
            and they only found ... 12 billion rubles from Kravchenko! - Not sickly, but not enough ... however.

            And when the money from the "industry" ... ahem was taken out of circulation, how much is the "industry" lost? And how many of such specialists are ....
  10. SovAr238A April 6 2020 19: 39 New
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    Those. tests of Zircon, we have not seen ...
    And how many screams were in December-January: “Here he is Zircon”, lies on the helicopter deck ...
    So it was not Zircon.
    1. Boa kaa April 6 2020 22: 38 New
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      Quote: SovAr238A
      tests of Zircon, we have not seen ...

      Well, self-conceit, colleague! What, the navel of the earth felt?
      But the CIA - saw. And in January, they put a memorandum on Trump's table that the Russians in the SF, in December 2019, conducted the 10th test of Zircon. By BC. And it turned out ... successful! yes
      Photo will not be. The form itself is the know-how of our CRT. Therefore - "Excuse, banana nem" (c).
      AHA.
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        Quote: BoA KAA
        Quote: SovAr238A
        tests of Zircon, we have not seen ...

        Well, self-conceit, colleague! What, the navel of the earth felt?
        But the CIA - saw. And in January, they put a memorandum on Trump's table that the Russians in the SF, in December 2019, conducted the 10th test of Zircon. By BC. And it turned out ... successful! yes
        Photo will not be. The form itself is the know-how of our CRT. Therefore - "Excuse, banana nem" (c).
        AHA.

        But what about the news that they’re only now going to be loaded with Zircons?

        And who came up with the CIA and Trump's memo?
        Can you unscrew the whole chain of this fake news?
        1. alexmach April 7 2020 08: 29 New
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          But what about the news that they’re only now going to be loaded with Zircons?

          And who invented

          You came up with along the way ...
    2. alexmach April 6 2020 23: 00 New
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      M ... how did you come to this conclusion? And how are Kasatonov’s trials generally related to Zircon’s trials?
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        M ... how did you come to this conclusion? And how are Kasatonov’s trials generally related to Zircon’s trials?


        Yes, because there were dozens of articles about Kasatonov going to test Zircon. they put a container on the deck and even on this site there were several articles in December on the subject of Zircon tests ...
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          Yes, because there were dozens of articles about Kasatonov going to test Zircon. they put a container on the deck and even on this site there were several articles in December on the subject of Zircon tests ...

          Horses mixed in a bunch, people ....

          There were no such articles. In any case, I do not remember. An incomprehensible container was lying on the deck of the Gorshkov if that. He, according to reports, also took part in the trials of Zircon, which is actually logical. There is nothing to be so excited about ordinary news; God also knows how to hear and understand.
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    Quote: SovAr238A
    Here I have the "mil" domains ie US military - never open for several years ...

    Have you tried TOR through the browser? wink
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      Quote: czes
      Quote: SovAr238A
      Here I have the "mil" domains ie US military - never open for several years ...

      Have you tried TOR through the browser? wink

      Why should I hide?
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    Strange, but the media did not have information about the test at the frigate "Admiral Kasatonov" SAM Poliment-Redut, tests of other weapons were more or less covered in the media.
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  14. Cympak April 7 2020 01: 06 New
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    Please note that the note is about the completion of tests in the Northern Fleet, and not about the end of the GOS and the acceptance of the ship into the Navy.
    The frigate will enter the Navy, completing the entire set of tests.

    I wonder why they drove him to the Baltic? After all, it is assumed that he will serve in the Northern Fleet.
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      Those. who is above, know better