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USC announced plans to transfer surface and submarine ships to the Navy

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USC announced plans to transfer surface and submarine ships to the Navy

In 2020, it is planned to transfer 14 warships and at least three nuclear submarines to the Russian Navy, said Alexey Rakhmanov, General Director of the United Shipbuilding Corporation.


Reporting to Russian President Vladimir Putin on the plans to deliver the ships this year, Rakhmanov said that at present, the USC enterprises are at various stages of construction, 50 warships. By the end of the year, it is planned to transfer 14 surface combat ships and three nuclear submarines to the Navy.

There are plans for delivery in 2020 - 14 warships, which, in general, for us, even in comparison with the Soviet period, is a record. During the Soviet years, we handed over only six submarines a year, and this is a figure that we will be very close to. This year we hope that the fleet we will transfer at least three, and hopefully even four, submarines

- said the head of USC.

According to Rakhmanov, the state defense order is the main field of activity of the corporation.

As previously reported, this year Sevmash plans to transfer four nuclear submarines to the Navy: the Poseidon carrier Belgorod, two Yasen-M nuclear submarines Kazan and Novosibirsk, and the Borey-A submarine. Prince Oleg ". "Novosibirsk" and "Knyaz Oleg" will go to the Pacific Fleet, "Kazan" and "Belgorod" will remain in the Northern Fleet, which since the beginning of the year has already received one "Borey-A" "Knyaz Vladimir" and the first serial frigate of project 22350 "Admiral Kasatonov" ...
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  1. Andylw
    Andylw 27 July 2020 15: 20 New
    18
    Well, why lie like that?
    Oleg and Novosibirsk will not transfer 100% this year
    Kazan with a probability of 50%
    every time from this character flows of lies. Disgusting!
    1. Vladimir16
      Vladimir16 27 July 2020 16: 18 New
      -1
      Quote: AndyLW
      Well, why lie like that?

      Did you ask yourself this question?

      Who are you? Why should you trust your predictions?
      Quote: AndyLW
      Oleg and Novosibirsk will not transfer 100% this year
      Kazan with a probability of 50%


      Here are the words of the CEO of Sevmash
      - In 2020, we must transfer four nuclear submarines to the fleet: the Belgorod nuclear submarine, the Knyaz Oleg project 955A strategic missile submarine, as well as two project 885M Kazan and Novosibirsk multipurpose nuclear submarines.


      They have to.
      Do you understand, sir? They have to do it.
      They were given a task. There is a contract.
      Rakhmanov says that Sevmash MUST do it.

      Where is he lying?

      It turns out that you are about yourself:
      Quote: AndyLW
      every time from this character flows of lies. Disgusting!

      1. donavi49
        donavi49 27 July 2020 17: 08 New
        +8
        Back in August 2019, they said if that:
        Russian Navy in 2020 for the first time in 28 years will receive six submarines from the shipbuilding industry at once, four of which are nuclear, a source in the Russian defense industry told TASS.

        He said that, according to the contracts, in 2020 Sevmash should deliver the first serial submarines of projects 955A "Prince Oleg" and 885M "Novosibirsk" to the fleet. In addition, the Navy will receive a lead submarine of project 885M "Kazan" and a special purpose nuclear submarine (NPS) "Belgorod" of project 09852.
        23.08.2019, 14: 15

        Well, Kazan and Kasatonova also had to pass in 2019 if that.
        November 26 2018
        About 30 ships and support vessels will join the Russian Navy next year, said Commander-in-Chief of the Russian Navy, Admiral Vladimir Korolev.

        He added that in 2019 The Russian Navy plans to take on the nuclear submarines "Prince Vladimir" and "Kazan", built at the Severodvinsk enterprise "Sevmash"... Construction of a series of Project 636.3 diesel-electric submarines for the submarine forces will also continue.
        1. venik
          venik 27 July 2020 18: 20 New
          -11
          Quote: donavi49
          Well, Kazan and Kasatonova also had to pass in 2019 if that.

          ========
          Chef! The mustache is gone! Gypsum - removed! The client is leaving! Everything ... Everything !!!!
          It remains to do only THIS:

          wassat lol
  2. prior
    prior 27 July 2020 15: 23 New
    18
    It would be better if the USC announced the fulfillment of previous plans, in terms of time ...
  3. Eldorado
    Eldorado 27 July 2020 15: 25 New
    +8
    He bent something ... No.
  4. Thrifty
    Thrifty 27 July 2020 15: 27 New
    15
    Some of them are those that last year hung in the process of completing the construction, and automatically went to the transmission this year, so that another owl pulling on the globe.
  5. AnderS
    AnderS 27 July 2020 16: 00 New
    +8
    All times of the Union do not allow the disease to sleep peacefully ... Only if in those days 2-3 nuclear submarines were handed over every year, plus a certain number of surface ships of 1-2 ranks, now God forbid if there is 1 nuclear submarine and a couple of ships of rank 2 rent every 2-3 years ...
    1. Ros 56
      Ros 56 27 July 2020 16: 33 New
      0
      Duc and the capabilities of the current ships are completely different. I don't see it on the current three-gun turrets. fellow negative
      1. Thrifty
        Thrifty 27 July 2020 16: 56 New
        +7
        Ros56-and you look under the bottom lol what if they are there ??? laughing
        1. Ros 56
          Ros 56 28 July 2020 06: 50 New
          0
          It is enough for me that from above, and to look from below, this is your prerogative. negative laughing
  6. Imperial Technocrat
    Imperial Technocrat 27 July 2020 16: 03 New
    +2
    The fleet reaches the cruising speed of replenishment by ships. In the next 2-3 years, there will be powerful content
    1. Vladimir1155
      Vladimir1155 27 July 2020 19: 35 New
      +8
      Quote: Imperial Technocrat
      The fleet reaches the cruising speed of replenishment by ships. In the next 2-3 years, there will be powerful content

      in the coming years there will be a dramatic and irreplaceable reduction in the navy, a massive write-off of ships that have long been only formally considered combat units, and a massive transition of still combat-ready ships into a state of inability to solve combat missions and simply go to sea ... only the Soviet fleet will remain several ships of 1- 2 rank which dropped to go upgrade or vtg
      1. Imperial Technocrat
        Imperial Technocrat 27 July 2020 21: 28 New
        -13
        Cry, loxol
  7. Ros 56
    Ros 56 27 July 2020 16: 30 New
    -3
    Here the striped ones will be happy, and even their lackeys such as Tribals, Poles and Banderlog will write boiling water to the ceiling.
  8. Vladimir1155
    Vladimir1155 27 July 2020 17: 03 New
    +1
    the year turned out to be the most difficult in my life ... but the Osk wants to take the submarine en masse, this is a good thing, but this is a banal result of the failure of recent years, how many they passed in 2o19, in 2018, will now come off with the transition to 2021 for objective reasons, and and again there will be a break, and instead of increasing the delivery of submarines, minesweepers, they are starting an idiotic project to cut 15 billion for udk .... Stalin would have shot such people, especially since there are no plans for naval aviation!
    1. Vadim237
      Vadim237 27 July 2020 17: 26 New
      -2
      UDC is worth 50 billion - because the ship for the Russian shipbuilding is new in all respects.
      1. Vladimir1155
        Vladimir1155 27 July 2020 19: 29 New
        +2
        I don’t understand what it means new in all respects, and what are these arguments “new”, technology ”, etc., an ordinary vessel like a dry cargo ship that has been riveted at any shipyard for more than a hundred years, what is so breakthrough in it? a flat deck? an elevator like on Kuza? a stupid vessel that, in case of war, will not be able to go to sea, because there are almost no PMO ships, few planes are flat ... udk is a missile carrier intended for American satraps sending Russian cannon fodder in the interests of American corporations to hell ... At the same time, its own water area is not protected by anything, any foreign submarine will put mines there with impunity and strategic submarines will not be able to enter positions, since foreigners will guard them right on the roadstead ... because it is poorly and PMO not organized and funds for this are not enough
        1. bayard
          bayard 29 July 2020 00: 17 New
          +1
          Quote: vladimir1155
          an ordinary vessel like a dry cargo ship, which has been riveted at any shipyard for more than a hundred years,

          Well, do not exaggerate so much, this is still a combination of a dock ship with a helicopter carrier and a barracks for 1000 marines, with everything due for this, including equipment, ammunition and equipment on the cargo decks, a supply of aviation fuel and fuel for landing equipment, BC arsenals for all this army ... Still, the dry cargo ship will be more complicated and tricky. For the Far East, for a sharp strengthening of the defense of the islands by the transfer of reinforcements - the very thing will be. But the escort they have yet to build, however, by the time of delivery (if we live) the escort should already be in service.
          And what will be written off in the coming years "Sarychi" ... will not cause damage to combat readiness - they are now either not ready or conditionally combat ready. Better to write off on time, and distribute the crews to new - ships under construction.
          Corvettes, minesweepers, MRA and PLO aviation are definitely needed hi
          Like the MAPL, not the Ash-type SSGN, which itself must be guarded.
          1. Vladimir1155
            Vladimir1155 29 July 2020 00: 24 New
            0
            Quote: bayard
            this is a combination of a dock ship with a helicopter carrier and a barracks for 1000 marines, with everything due for this, including equipment, ammunition and equipment on the cargo decks, a supply of aviation fuel and fuel for landing equipment, ammo arsenals for all this army ... the cargo ship will be tricky. For the Far East, for a sharp strengthening of the defense of the islands by the transfer of reinforcements - the very thing will be. But the escort they have yet to build
            generally true, but you must agree that all of the above cabins, and storage rooms for anything, is not technically difficult, this is not an Angara NOT Borey Not Ash not Caliber not zircon, and not even T90, this is just a routine transport ship with a flight deck, there are no technical difficulties and breakthrough technologies.
            1. bayard
              bayard 29 July 2020 01: 24 New
              +1
              Our "managers" will find a breakthrough everywhere. I was amazed by the picture of this UDC on the bookmark (an event with Mr. Putin) - as if a sophomore from the vocational school had drawn with his left foot. But in the top view, in the "island" / superstructure, two pairs of huge gas ducts - the exhaust of a gas turbine unit, of the same size - are visible. It turns out that its power plant will be on gas turbines ... of the same power? belay what In terms of size, it is M90FRU of 27500 l / s each ... With such a power, it should rush along the waves at 30 nodes ... But most likely there will be a power plant from the promising 22350M on turbopairs M70FR and M90FRU.
              Quote: vladimir1155
              it is just a routine transport ship with a flight deck, there are no technical difficulties and breakthrough technologies.

              Our shipbuilding has not even built such a displacement for the last 25-30 years, so for US it will definitely be a BREAKTHROUGH. yes
  9. Whispering in the night
    Whispering in the night 27 July 2020 17: 40 New
    -7
    Something a little too much clever here, who, instead of rejoicing for the revival of the fleet, dragged on the usual song about the FSE.
    1. Nemchinov Vl
      Nemchinov Vl 30 July 2020 17: 54 New
      0
      Quote: Whispering in the night
      Something a little too much clever here, who, instead of rejoicing for the revival of the fleet, dragged on the usual song about the FSE.
      you see, just looking without "rose-colored glasses", to what you call - "the revival of the fleet"and remembering the rules "simple school math" .... watching from the fleet output 2-3 Sarich, and the fleet is barely transmit one (!) 22350 ....?! how in 2 years can they stop (having exhausted the resource to the limit), another 2-3 BOD 1155 ... This is already 5-6 out of 9 remaining ?! but they will probably hand over one "Golovko" ?!... How to treat ?! With admiring pathos, panic, everything was gone ?! Or just with objectivity .... So this is the rebirth ?!
  10. Lexus
    Lexus 27 July 2020 21: 51 New
    14
    There are plans for delivery in 2020 - 14 warships, which, in general, for us, even in comparison with the Soviet period, is a record. During the Soviet years, we handed over only six submarines a year, and this is a figure that we will be very close to. This year we hope to hand over at least three, and hopefully even four, submarines to the Navy.

    Delirium from beginning to end. In the USSR, only nuclear submarines at 4 shipyards were built in over 30 years, 243 units (the record has not yet been broken). Already 8, if averaged per year. EACH! And not on the occasion of "a single day of military acceptance" together with the "rotten" long-term construction projects the day before yesterday. They would have taken the boats and life jackets into account. Ugh!
    1. Vladimir1155
      Vladimir1155 27 July 2020 23: 46 New
      +3
      Quote: lexus
      In the USSR, only nuclear submarines at 4 shipyards were built in a little over 30 years, 243 units (the record has not yet been broken). Already 8, if averaged per year. EACH! And not on the occasion of "a single day of military acceptance" together with the "rotten" long-term construction projects the day before yesterday. They would have taken the boats and life jackets into account. Ugh!

      prospects for the state of the navy in 2030 1) nuclear submarines: decommissioning of almost all Soviet-built nuclear submarines, reduction in the number of nuclear submarines by several times relative to 2020, the state is extremely unsatisfactory. 2) Non-submarines: write-off of all Soviet-built, there will be about 22 boats, the condition is satisfactory. 3) ships of the 1st rank, three aircraft carriers, two cruisers, a surplus condition. 4) ships of rank 2: three old cruisers in terms of performance characteristics due to the age of those who approached the destroyers, 6 pcs 1155, 12 frigates, 20 corvettes in total, 41 pennants, satisfactory condition. 4) ships of rank 3: MRK, decommissioning of all Soviet-built, total, there will be about 30 pennants, the condition is excessively satisfactory. 5) ships of rank 3: IPC, write-off of all Soviet-built, in total, they will not be, 4) ships of rank 3: minesweepers, write-off of all Soviet-built, total, there will be about 12-16 pennants for 5 water areas, the state is catastrophic 4) aircraft helicopters PLO PMO, write-off of all Soviet-built, in total, they will not be except for the regular ones on frigates and cruisers, the state is catastrophic ... the general conclusion of the Russian Navy will be completely unsuitable for the country's defense and combat tactical tasks and is not very suitable for combat strategic tasks, but will have in peacetime, the ability to display your flag everywhere, a paper funny though extremely expensive fleet
      1. bayard
        bayard 29 July 2020 01: 03 New
        0
        It seems to me that you are too pessimistic to look 10 years ahead.
        Quote: vladimir1155
        3) ships of the 1st rank, three aircraft carriers, two cruisers, a surplus condition. 4) ships of rank 2: three old cruisers in terms of performance characteristics due to the age of those who approached the destroyers

        Why did you rank cruiser 1164 as rank 2? These are the first ranks and will remain so until the cancellation.
        Quote: vladimir1155
        1) nuclear submarines: decommissioning of almost all Soviet-built nuclear submarines, reducing the number of nuclear submarines several times relative to 2020,

        You do not take into account the nuclear submarines that have passed, are undergoing and awaiting (by that time will have already passed) upgrades? After that, they will serve for another 15 years.
        And new ones are being built at the very least. By that time, all "Boreas" and "Ash" \ "Ash-M" will already be in the ranks and, perhaps, will begin to arrive and "Husky \ Likes" (God forbid, in the configuration of the MAPL, and not the swinging "Ash").
        Quote: vladimir1155
        12 frigates, 20 corvettes in total,

        Why do you see only 10 frigates in 12 years? There are already 11 (new) in the ranks and construction (3 - 11356, 8 - 22350).
        Do you think that nothing else will be mortgaged or built in 10 years?
        It still seems to me that the 22350 series will be continued for another 2 - 4 units, after which they will begin to lay the 22350M. The pace / time of construction (in the presence of its own power plant and a completely ready-made air defense system) is expected to be 4,5 - 5 years (which is not surprising, the Black Sea 11356 were built for 3,5 years).
        By laying down 2 frigates a year, in 2030 we will receive about 20 frigates in operation.
        I can’t judge the corvettes, there’s some kind of leapfrog with plans. Both by type and by quantity. Yes, and diesels are not yet in normal quantities, which is very slowing down the pace of construction. what But if diesel engines appear in the coming years in the required quantity and quality, everything will go much more fun.


        Quote: vladimir1155
        5) ships of rank 3: IPC, write-off of all Soviet-built, total, they will not be,

        Soviet-built - yes, but lately they have been puzzled by this topic (the commander-in-chief is now a submariner) and now they are choosing a draft of a new IPC. The question is again about the engines for them. If Kolomna is still born, then after the RTOs at the same capacities they will begin to lay new IPCs. and by 2030 the first of them will already appear in service.
        Quote: vladimir1155
        aircraft helicopters PLO PMO, write-off of all Soviet-built, in total, they will not be

        Now the capital of the Il-20, Il-22 and Il-38, like the Tu-142, so in 2030 I hope at least some of them will remain in service (their quality and combat capabilities are another matter). On the other hand, plans have been announced to use all Tu-204 \ 214 gliders to create on their basis PLO aircraft in a new technical form. In ten years, these plans should be realized at least partially. In addition, in the photo report from the Ulyanovsk ASZ, 5 years ago, I saw about ten Tu-214s under construction for special aircraft (reconnaissance aircraft). That is, there is capacity for the production of gliders, the matter depends on the hardware.
        For MRA, 30 Tu-22M3s are being modernized, and another 30 pieces. to the level of Tu-22M3M. By 2030, this program should be completed. Perhaps they will be supplemented with a new modification of the Su-34, which is now being discussed.

        Of course, you can ruin any good deed, but if things go the way they go (not shaky - not badly), then by 2030 everything will be approximately as I described.
        But it could be better.
        Or worse.
        But it is not exactly . hi
        1. Vladimir1155
          Vladimir1155 29 July 2020 07: 49 New
          +1
          Quote: bayard
          everything will be approximately as I described.
          But it could be better.
          Or worse.
          But it is not exactly
          Your arguments are objective, but we are constantly shifting deadlines ... I will not argue, let's see, I would like the tasks of the combat stability of the fleet to be ensured