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The Commander-in-Chief of the Russian Navy spoke about the imminent commissioning of the new generation frigate Admiral Kasatonov

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In an interview with the departmental publication Red Star, Commander-in-Chief of the Naval fleet Russia Nikolay Evmenov announced the replenishment of the fleet with new warships. According to Admiral Evmenov, only in 2020 the Russian Navy will receive about 4 dozen ships and vessels belonging to different classes.


Among these ships and the latest domestic frigate "Admiral Kasatonov." This is a new generation warship related to project 22350. Admiral Nikolai Evmenov noted that the ships of this project have a high modernization potential. According to the commander in chief of the Navy, the entire project 22350 will receive "the development of a number of ship systems and weapons."

Earlier, the frigate Admiral Kasatonov completed the state tests, during which, as noted, confirmed the characteristics laid down in it.

Project 22350 frigates belong to the class of warships of the far sea and ocean zones. The frigate Admiral Kasatonov is armed with guided missiles, it implements low visibility technology. The construction of the ship was started in 2009, the frigate was launched in 2014.

Some characteristics: displacement - 4,5 thousand tons, the longest - 135 m, draft - 4,53 m, crew - up to 170 people + 20 marines. It is planned that the “Admiral Kasatonov” will be the carrier of 3M22 Zircon hypersonic missiles.
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  1. Uncle lee
    Uncle lee 6 July 2020 06: 41
    +9
    about the imminent commissioning of a new generation frigate Admiral Kasatonov

    The construction of the ship was started in 2009, the frigate was launched in 2014.
    Could you be faster? You are welcome !
    1. K-612-O
      K-612-O 6 July 2020 06: 47
      +7
      To do this, it is not necessary to redo the CD 100500 times during the construction and, objectively, with the power plant, it was not necessary to rely on the Sumerians. But who knew request
      1. Ross xnumx
        Ross xnumx 6 July 2020 07: 23
        -6
        Quote: K-612-O
        and objectively with the power plant you did not have to rely on the Sumerians.

        Whoever comes up with excuses for permanent Russian long-term construction ... Ah, let's compare:
        American aircraft carrier Gerald R. Ford: laying year 2009, entered the fleet on May 31, 2017, with a total displacement of 112 tons.
        Russian frigate Admiral Kasatonov: laying year 2009, PLANNED to be added to the fleet in July 2020, with a total displacement of 5 tons.
        From that poem:
        But
        During the journey
        Dog
        Could grow up!

        It is customary for us to consider the increased cost of work and move the deadlines to the right ...
        These attempts should have long ended in “childbirth” ... And here we have:
        She did not give birth, but by calculation
        In my opinion: should give birth.
        1. Aleksandr1971
          Aleksandr1971 6 July 2020 09: 15
          -10 qualifying.
          Alisher Usmanov has the Dilbar yacht with a displacement of 16 tons, which is almost four times the size of the Gorshkov-class frigate. Weigh all the latest frigates built in the Russian Federation, and they will be equal to the oligarch's yacht wassat
          1. Mairos
            Mairos 6 July 2020 13: 40
            +2
            But what, do you need to customize a frigate in size for a yacht? Well, calculate the total displacement built for the Navy ships and submarines and be silent. Master of wacky comparisons.
            1. Aleksandr1971
              Aleksandr1971 6 July 2020 17: 42
              -3
              Well, I'm not the first to start a comparison here.
              If we compare the total tonnage of ships commissioned for the Russian Navy with the Usmanov yacht, then we must also consider the total tonnes of all megayachts of the Russian oligarchs.
              Counting has already been in the press on this subject. The comparison was not in favor of the Navy.
            2. Aleksandr1971
              Aleksandr1971 6 July 2020 17: 45
              -3
              The Dilbar yacht is almost like the Ticonderoga in terms of tonnage and is one and a half times larger than the flagship of the Russian Black Sea Fleet "Moscow". But it is more correct to compare Dilbar with "Moscow" because both of them spent Russian, not amer's money.
              1. _M_
                _M_ 6 July 2020 23: 53
                -1
                What the hell is that ?!
                "Moscow" was built with money from the USSR.
                Are you Navalner’s girlfriend?
          2. PROXOR
            PROXOR 7 July 2020 17: 11
            0
            So the yacht was not built by USC.
        2. max702
          max702 6 July 2020 20: 13
          0
          Tell me about perestroika in the USA about the local Gorbachev, EBN and other fair-faced figures ..
      2. NEXUS
        NEXUS 6 July 2020 07: 34
        +1
        Quote: K-612-O
        But who knew

        And our intelligence, before the age of 14, did not know no that Ukraine would lie under the west?
        1. Aleksandr21
          Aleksandr21 6 July 2020 08: 03
          +5
          Quote: NEXUS

          And our intelligence, before the age of 14, did not know no that Ukraine would lie under the west?


          This is an interesting question, maybe someday in a memoir or in an interview someone will cover this topic, and how it happened that we were beaten almost at our place. After all, when Yanukovych cowardly escaped after his Western partners threw, he could not help but realize that agents (influences) of the West had taken root in the structure of the Ukrainian state and seized control. And this, incidentally, is a big, very big work done, and where our intelligence was, the question is interesting, and who is to blame for the fact that we could not / did not want to do anything to prevent this scenario (the loss of Ukraine).
          1. alexmach
            alexmach 6 July 2020 10: 19
            -1
            and how it happened that we were beaten almost at our place

            It’s very simple - it happened because Russia didn’t play there, so they beat it.
            Well, and another important factor - the objective interests of the Ukrainian oligarchic elites - they are the greatest beneficiary of Ukrainian independence and it was they who were always the most zealous conductors of the political course towards independence. Everything, including Yanukovych.
            1. Aleksandr21
              Aleksandr21 6 July 2020 12: 00
              +2
              Quote: alexmach
              It’s very simple - it happened because Russia didn’t play there, so they beat it.


              Then this is the largest strategic miscalculation of our leadership. How could you not pay attention to the country in which our navy was based + the country which is a neighbor and which in its characteristics (population, territory, industrial potential, etc.) is not insignificant for us, and even the deployment of NATO forces there can threaten national security .... it’s hard for me to imagine that in Mexico, when a coup d'etat and the pro-Russian forces came to power, America and its special services would calmly look at it and do nothing, but we did act in fact ) going with the flow and the history of the Crimea and the Donbass, these are already actions based on the alignment that the Americans did, but that's where our actions were when it was a big question.
              1. alexmach
                alexmach 7 July 2020 00: 51
                -1
                How could you ignore the country ...

                How is it possible? I think in my own country there were enough and even abundant cases. Well, there are no such opportunities for long-term planning and there was no understanding of the real situation; there were no real leverage of influence not yet used. In any case, spent and ready to use.
              2. Vladimir1155
                Vladimir1155 7 July 2020 10: 31
                0
                Quote: Aleksandr21
                so that in Mexico, when carrying out a coup d'etat and the coming to power of pro-Russian forces, America and its special services would calmly look at it and do nothing, but we did act in fact)

                well, they’ve compared ... well, we’re an American colony and dance to their tune sending a multi-billion dollar tribute, we don’t have a government but a colonial administration, what kind of Mexico is it, if the nickel and channel belong to the West, if the government does its best to destroy domestic business for international corporations
            2. Nemchinov Vl
              Nemchinov Vl 6 July 2020 17: 29
              -1
              Quote: alexmach
              It’s very simple - it happened because Russia didn’t play there,
              full of you, Alexander .... Well, really (!). You do not believe what you wrote (and I had to quote) ?!.
              Quote: NEXUS
              And our intelligence, before the age of 14, did not know no that Ukraine would lie under the west?
              Good question (!). But probably, they just relaxed so much, and were not engaged in control and monitoring of the situation (apparently counting for its part that everything is ours, historically, and nothing can happen), but you yourself go at that time, "for the WEIGHT of their FSB mandates", solved questions of how and to whom, for example, to acquire a plot of good land (for a mansion, ... etc.) (!)... Instead of routine analysis of situational changes (!)... interesting, even so (fairly primitive analysis from UVB to deal with), and to track for example such questions: Who and in what quantities (of persons / employees SVR and FSB obligated to monitor Ukrainian politicum, and power structures, from 2012 onwards ...) later became the beneficiary of assets (land, money from kickbacks of the Ukrainian oligarchy, and other goodies ...) ?!.
              Quote: Aleksandr21
              And this, incidentally, is a big, very big work done, and where our intelligence was, the question is interesting, and who is to blame for the fact that we could not / did not want to do anything to prevent this scenario (the loss of Ukraine).
              1. alexmach
                alexmach 7 July 2020 00: 55
                -1
                full of you, Alexander .... Well, right (!). You do not believe what you wrote (and I had to quote)?!.

                Not just believe, but I know for sure. In recent years, 15 there has been practically no influence of Russia on domestic policy.
                But probably, they just relaxed so much, and were not engaged in control and monitoring of the situation.

                So I literally say this about it, no one there really played it.
                Who and in what quantities (from persons / officers of the SVR and the FSB who are obliged to monitor the Ukrainian Political Council, and power structures

                Are you sure that such people were there at all and that anyone ever set such tasks for them?
                1. Nemchinov Vl
                  Nemchinov Vl 7 July 2020 02: 01
                  0
                  Quote: alexmach
                  Are you sure that such people were there at all and that anyone ever set such tasks for them?
                  absolutely !! yes . the question is how sloppily and frivolously treated this ?!
                  Quote: alexmach
                  But probably, they just relaxed so much, and were not engaged in control and monitoring of the situation.
                  So literally about this I say nobody there really played then.
                  everyone really played, but on the part of the Russian Federation, more frivolously, at first, and it’s completely careless in the end .... (end of 2013, beginning of 2014), which allowed us to seize the initiative, and "points of reference influence" (in the form of advisers !!)... And then, "unexpectedly sharp" the time has come when - "it's too late to drink BORJOMI, if the kidneys fail".... (!). winked
                  Quote: alexmach
                  Not just believe, but I know for sure. In recent years, 15 there has been practically no influence of Russia on domestic policy.
                  belay not funny right (!)... Medvedchuk (like Putin’s godfather), was in favor even under Kuchma, in the role of - "Chic" (like A. Dumas, if you remember such a character ...), and this character, only the most overexposedbut DARK is not the only one !!!. My regards hi but your phrase (selected fragment), - into milk !!!.. yes
                  1. alexmach
                    alexmach 7 July 2020 09: 03
                    -1
                    My opinion is that even if they played, they were equally weak during all 15-20 years. We will not find out the true ones, but it is more pleasant for me to think that we did not play at all than that it was so bad. Medvedchuk? Well, he was with Kuchma, together with Kui, in fact, and retired in 2004 from the political scene right up until recently. And I would not overestimate his "nepotism", although yes, it is obvious that he has normal relations with the Russian elites. It's just that if the whole "game" was to have contacts in the Ukrainian elites, then this game is obviously a losing one, because these elites are swept out of their offices at once, and the opposite side played on propaganda, grassroots protest, informal organizations, special services, and played so that she carried out 2 coups sweeping away the old elites ... Well, as sweeping away, just cleaning up the top in reality. What's the point then from these agents at the top if the top can always be reformatted? It was the stake on relations with the Ukrainian elites that was absolutely losing and shortsighted on the part of Russia.
          2. Cartalon
            Cartalon 6 July 2020 16: 52
            -1
            Our intelligence believed that in Ukraine she had everything under control
        2. hydrox
          hydrox 6 July 2020 08: 18
          -6
          But intelligence might not have known that the authorities would behave so downwardly in the development of the situation with New Russia ...
          1. NEXUS
            NEXUS 6 July 2020 08: 25
            -1
            Quote: hydrox
            But intelligence might not have known that the authorities would behave so downwardly in the development of the situation with New Russia ...

            If intelligence was not in the know, then she eats her bread in vain and all intelligence and counterintelligence agents with a wolf ticket must then be driven to the neck. But I am sure that they knew well long before the events.
            1. hydrox
              hydrox 6 July 2020 17: 04
              -1
              How could intelligence know then if even today our government does not know what to do next with this Donbass!
              1. hydrox
                hydrox 7 July 2020 21: 56
                0
                Quote: hydrox
                even today, our government does not know what to do next with this Donbass!

                Everything happened!
                07.07.20 it was decided to nationalize LDNR, since the owner of the factories and steamships, the Ukrainian oligarch Kurchenko (EMNIP), is in the net, and it’s also not clear to the Russian oligarchs whether or not to give this go-ahead.
                But HOW this is done - no one knows, because history (or fortune?) has not turned to THIS side of this matter yet (since it still cannot distinguish a mortgage auction from a gangster-thief seizure!).
        3. Zhan
          Zhan 6 July 2020 09: 26
          +2
          hi
          Quote: NEXUS
          Quote: K-612-O
          But who knew

          And our intelligence, before the age of 14, did not know no that Ukraine would lie under the west?

          She clearly knew why the operation to reunite the Crimea with Russia was so successful.
          But with the Donbass, it turned out crookedly, did not expect this. Although remember, when the supreme one already received the go-ahead of the Federation Council, we stopped at the entry of our troops into the Donbass. The Supreme did not want to foment war.
          1. alexmach
            alexmach 6 July 2020 10: 22
            +4
            Quote: Zhan
            But with the Donbass, it turned out crookedly, did not expect this

            With Donbas, it turned out crookedly because no one was going to return Donbas, otherwise it had to be done a month and a half earlier, at the same time as Crimea. And so, they arranged a "diversion" there after the Crimea, that's all. Along the way, having smashed the most densely populated Russian-speaking region into trash.
            1. _Sergei_
              _Sergei_ 6 July 2020 11: 56
              -2
              And Donbass in the beginning was not going to go anywhere. They wanted independence. And if they had gathered together with Crimea, now they were in Russia.
              1. alexmach
                alexmach 6 July 2020 14: 25
                0
                This is not true, you are now just rationalizing what happened. And Crimea, after all, was not in itself gathered.
                1. 1Alexey
                  1Alexey 6 July 2020 19: 50
                  +1
                  Quote: alexmach
                  And Crimea, after all, was not in itself gathered.

                  This is what people often do not think about.

                  But if Russia had not allowed itself to be "outplayed" in Ukraine, Crimea would not have returned to Russia.

                  Big politics is a very dark game.

                  Politicians and leadership in Ukraine will inevitably change over time (the same ones will not be able to stay long), but it is unlikely that anyone will be able to take away part of its territory from Russia!
                  1. alexmach
                    alexmach 7 July 2020 00: 48
                    +2
                    Maybe they really played "for a long time", maybe we'll still wait for the collapse of Ukraine and the annexation of the rest of the Russian lands.
          2. Eug
            Eug 6 July 2020 12: 32
            -1
            They were frightened of the "embryo" of the anti-oligarchic impulse of the masses. And in Russia, very influential circles were interested in the legalization in Europe of their funds invested in Ukraine. And the sanctions affected.
            1. alexmach
              alexmach 6 July 2020 14: 27
              -1
              Frightened by the "embryo" of the anti-oligarchic impulse of the masses

              Yes, where there. Just first, Donbas was not so needed, and besides, it would be much more difficult to keep. They just decided on an already very serious step with the Crimea, but nothing more. Crimea decided and limited.
        4. max702
          max702 6 July 2020 20: 56
          0
          But this question should be asked to komunistenko .. Starting from the distribution of the original Russian lands, just to amuse the nationalities, and not to forget the Russian genocide in the lands of these, I include Ukrainization and other tricks, as well as the beautiful Ukrainian clans led by the USSR which led this formation to a logical to conclude .. The lobby of Ukrainians in our country, unfortunately, is very large, and again, thanks to the current leadership, which has been bringing this to our population very subtly and tactfully for already 6 years .. And then they came up with a brotherly narot without which there is no Russian life ..
          Stop rotting on your ....
    2. barin
      barin 6 July 2020 07: 29
      12
      Quote: Uncle Lee
      Could you be faster? You are welcome !

      In principle, it has already been built. The final touches are in progress
      Here are the new would be faster.
    3. hydrox
      hydrox 6 July 2020 08: 06
      -5
      Quote: Uncle Lee
      Could you be faster? You are welcome !

      A little wait: now USC will buy from the Indians their most agronomic, but bankrupt ($ 1,6 billion) shipyard - then ALL military shipbuilding can be reconfigured to the shape of a century!
      Of course, if there are enough diesels and turbines ... good
      1. donavi49
        donavi49 6 July 2020 13: 35
        +1
        Hindus are the same eggs. Doubling the terms - the norm, tripling - the tolerance, quadrupling - well, this is arrogance. Look how they did their Shivaliki (also frigates), planned for 3 years - to wipe the nose of the USC, and as a result, 9 years on the ship and mastered only 3 pieces.

        The new project 17A - they immediately laid it on the ship for 5 years, but judging by the fact that the head was lowered the bare hull without power and saturation, then there were dancing until the age of 28.

        If you work, then you need to buy Chinese shipyards. Here they are fried. Already the second 055 rolls back the Gos and 2 at the final stage of preparation for the running. There are more than any 052D in the completion than towing and roaming together in the completion now wassat


        1. hydrox
          hydrox 6 July 2020 16: 32
          0
          This has nothing to do with it: the Indians have never been distinguished by the strength and authority of the state leadership in the construction of the fleet (suffice it to recall the completion of the Vikramaditya), and their shipyards are all privately owned, as in Russia.
          Under Stalin and the Union, it did not take 10-15 years for a lousy frigate and there was always an order that with financing, that with leadership - this is only possible in our times SUCH sabotage of a Liberty at such a low level by the leadership of the construction of the Navy
          1. Vladimir1155
            Vladimir1155 7 July 2020 10: 55
            0
            Quote: hydrox
            lousy frigate
            like it is true, but the frigate is not lousy, the frigate is the optimal universal surface vehicle, surface warships of greater displacement than the frigate are silly to build
        2. hydrox
          hydrox 6 July 2020 16: 51
          -1
          There is no point in keeping as an example the construction of the fleet, which its owners keep not for the defense of the country, but "shob bulo".
          Moreover, India (like China!) Has neither naval wars, nor Tsushima, nor naval victories, which are placed in textbooks on military art, and the names of naval commanders and builders of the Navy are passed down from generation to generation and from century to century century.
          1. donavi49
            donavi49 6 July 2020 17: 14
            +1
            As for military art. This was already under Nicholas (first 1 - where the Suvorov traditions did not help and even the living Nakhimov and Kornilov did not help, and then at 2 twice by the way) they entered.

            The most glorious pages in the history of the Russian fleet were under Catherine the Great. This will not help the matter, except for the education of heroic naval commanders. Even the experience of the great Patriotic war (very limited and even at one time applicable extremely doubtful in other circumstances) is hopelessly outdated.

            Even the Falkland experience today is not a fact that will work.

            The teachings in general, the Chinese are rolling up modern and in different parts of the world.
            Yes, they have not yet had full-scale shooting from the water area against real broads in Syria. However, they had the same shooting from the water area at targets, including closed complex relief.

            The only country that has relevant material for military art textbooks (and even one-sided - by type we choose a weaker country and kick it) is the United States. There, at least you can paint a bunch of relevant material on logistics, hidden escalation, the use of everything escalated in a combat situation, change of shock plans, all sorts of unexpected people, when a ship attacks something and it’s unclear what, and it’s scary to press buttons, because it can be some thread allies for stammering. Well, etc.
            1. hydrox
              hydrox 6 July 2020 17: 27
              0
              They gave a good analysis, albeit a little.
              The fleet does not live by today's victories and defeats, and is not only strong by glorious pages, but lives by the integral sum of victories and defeats of the country that holds the fleet not for force (like China), but to ensure the safety of its coasts, the safety of navigation of the merchant fleet holding the country's flag , preventing American arrogance on the fields of the NSR and beyond with all the stops, except for stupid things with the desire to have at least one AUG ...
              It is necessary to think about the unity and well-being of the people, and not about the beauty of the uniform, allowing the American Poseidons to barrage over the Sea of ​​Okhotsk, bashfully covering the holes in the pants with long tails.
              As for the United States, the country that is still bleeding with Pearl Arbor cannot be an example for us, in addition, with a clear skew of naval power over the tasks the fleet is solving.
            2. Cyril G ...
              Cyril G ... 6 July 2020 20: 09
              0
              Even the experience of the great Patriotic war (very limited and even at one time applicable extremely doubtful in other circumstances) is hopelessly outdated.

              This experience is just for us and relevant again. The current leadership of the Navy ignores him.
        3. Nemchinov Vl
          Nemchinov Vl 6 July 2020 17: 38
          +1
          Quote: donavi49
          If you work, then you need to buy Chinese shipyards. Here they are fried. Already the second 055 rolls back the Gos and 2 at the final stage of preparation for the running.
          Not really buy shipyards right, but systematically (like the Chinese !!!) and thoughtfully do it, shipbuilding programs, Yes (!). First, localization on its territory, production of power plants, gearboxes (and other systems for the building programs of the Navy: such as HACs, air defense systems, etc.) and increasing the speed of their rhythmic production (!).
      2. hydrox
        hydrox 6 July 2020 16: 34
        0
        Wow, how cool the liberde is minus me! laughing
      3. hydrox
        hydrox 7 July 2020 04: 53
        +1
        You see how it draws on minus the local multi-star iksperov of liber-divan troops, when there is just a hint of liberal treacherous financial and commercial activity regarding the needs of the fleet, which is part of the reluctance to carry out repairs due to the allegedly small budget amounts allocated for this, which are supposedly in view of lack of space at the docks.
  2. Stirbjorn
    Stirbjorn 6 July 2020 08: 27
    +4
    According to Admiral Evmenov, only in 2020 the Russian Navy will receive about 4 dozen ships and vessels belonging to different classes.
    Our fleet has been receiving Kasatonov since the end of 2014, the last exact date was the end of 2019, together with Morgunov and Thundering. So the impressive figure 40 does not mean anything, we have the same ships, the Navy can receive for years, according to plans.
    1. hydrox
      hydrox 6 July 2020 08: 49
      -1
      Again: the situation with reforming the composition and quantity of the Navy depends on us: 1) on the form of ownership in which the docks and shipyards are located; 2) to the degree of sabotage that the top management of shipbuilding can afford in relation to the wishes and requirements of the authorities; 3) citizenship of this same top management; 4) financing of the fleet and cannot be different as long as Nabiulin keeps the Central Bank’s gateways for withdrawing funds from Russia open.
      An example is Gref's Sberbank: in this institution, MOST of the leading tops have foreign citizenship, including in units with a state degree of secrecy and access to data banks.
      "Threat to the state: FSB will deal with foreign citizenship of top managers of Sberbank"
      https://oko-planet.su/finances/financesnews/599932-ugroza-gosudarstvu-fsb-razberetsya-s-inostrannym-grazhdanstvom-top-menedzherov-sberbanka.html
      1. codetalker
        codetalker 6 July 2020 10: 14
        +1
        Well that's just the point, so they ran straight and cares about Russia ...
    2. Nemchinov Vl
      Nemchinov Vl 6 July 2020 17: 42
      +2
      Quote: Stirbjorn
      So an impressive 40, says nothing
      speaks, but unfortunately, mainly about the "Rooks", tugs, "Raptors", OIS and so on .... After all, about 35 of 40 -a have to them (!)....
      1. hydrox
        hydrox 7 July 2020 04: 58
        +1
        Somehow inappropriate support vessels fleet to call, although without them it is also sour ...
  3. Imperial Technocrat
    Imperial Technocrat 6 July 2020 15: 20
    0
    At the moment, perhaps the best frigate in the world
    1. hydrox
      hydrox 6 July 2020 16: 39
      -1
      The best frigate is a ship that is not ashamed to drive away on the seas with visits, showing the flag, and so that all the mongrels in the Channel take off their cap for fifty miles at a meeting and cuddle to the shore, as was the case with our UAVs ...
    2. hydrox
      hydrox 7 July 2020 05: 05
      -1
      And one more thing: the best frigate is a light cruiser of the ocean zone, an attack on which the enemy's AUG aviation will be punished with an unacceptable level of losses and a terrible response "from the outside", which is why they will not even want to contact him.
  4. certero
    certero 7 July 2020 14: 30
    0
    Quote: NEXUS
    But I am sure that they knew well long before the events.

    But I’m absolutely sure that they did not know until the very last moment. Scouts generally love to write about how they warned about everything in advance. Only basically this is nonsense.