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The destroyer of the Northern Fleet "Admiral Ushakov" will return to the Northern Fleet

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The destroyer of the Northern Fleet "Admiral Ushakov" will return to the Northern Fleet

The destroyer "Admiral Ushakov" will return to the Northern fleet, The Ministry of Defense has decided to repair the ship. Reported by "News" with reference to a source in the military.


The decision to repair the destroyer has already been made; engines, main components and mechanisms will be updated on the ship. Electronic systems will also be partially replaced. The ship's armament will not undergo any changes. The repair will be carried out at the Zvezdochka shipyard, where the ship is currently located. Commissioning of the repaired destroyer is planned at the end of next year.

Note that due to technical problems, "Admiral Ushakov" did not go to sea since 2018. Some time ago, the question of its complete write-off was raised.

"Admiral Ushakov" - Project 956 "Sarych" destroyer, one of the three remaining in the ranks of the Russian Navy. In addition to him, the Baltic Fleet carries out the service "Persistent", which is currently being repaired, and "Bystry", which is serving in the Pacific Fleet.

The ship was commissioned in 1994 under the name "Fearless", in 2004 it was renamed "Admiral Ushakov". The crew is 296 people. Autonomy - 30 days. Maximum travel speed - 33,4 knots. The cruising range at maximum speed is about 1350 miles. Able to carry a Ka-27PL helicopter. Armament: 2x2 AK-130/54, 4x6 30-mm ZAU AK-630, 2x4 Moskit-M anti-ship missiles, 2x1 Uragan-Tornado air defense missile systems, 2x6 RBU-1000, 2x2 torpedo tubes of 533 mm caliber.
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  1. donavi49
    donavi49 22 December 2020 11: 42
    +10
    Note that due to technical problems, "Admiral Ushakov" did not go to sea since 2018. Some time ago, the question of its complete write-off was raised.


    Well, if the boiler room will not be sorted out, then it will remain the ceremonial BMZ. Maybe already finish off the martyr? Moreover, no serious modernization. With its girder calm and extended-through-extended-extended Mosquitoes, it is actually a dove of peace / artillery destroyer.
    1. kit88
      kit88 22 December 2020 11: 55
      +17
      So there is no replacement yet. There are tasks, but no replacement.
      They will fix it and put it into operation.
      1. st2st
        st2st 22 December 2020 13: 29
        +20
        Alexander, who will be patched up ??? Boiler-turbine engine of a destroyer built in '88 ??? Boilers of the E 1 / M 109 series have long required replacement on all boxes built in the USSR.
    2. Orkraider
      Orkraider 22 December 2020 11: 57
      +2
      Quote: donavi49
      Note that due to technical problems, "Admiral Ushakov" did not go to sea since 2018. Some time ago, the question of its complete write-off was raised.


      Well, if the boiler room will not be sorted out, then it will remain the ceremonial BMZ. Maybe already finish off the martyr? Moreover, no serious modernization. With its girder calm and extended-through-extended-extended Mosquitoes, it is actually a dove of peace / artillery destroyer.


      Greetings!
      hi
      Perhaps indicating about:
      updated engines, main units and mechanism

      Did you mean too much boiler room? Without her, he really can't run.

      You are right about weapons, I agree with you. But let's hope that if they put it on the move and make a defect during the repair process, then the remaining resource will be clear - which means it is possible that they will make a decision to carry out the modernization of weapons, at least partially (at full time it will be prohibitive, I'm afraid).
      1. Alex777
        Alex777 22 December 2020 12: 40
        +11
        Since we have changed all the fuel oil boilers at Kuznetsov, what prevents them from doing this at Ushakov?
        Beam PU - yes, not that topic. But it looks like they are putting everything that can be put into operation.
        And Kuznetsov was rushed into commissioning ...
        1. bayard
          bayard 22 December 2020 13: 43
          +10
          Quote: Alex777
          Since we have changed all the fuel oil boilers at Kuznetsov, what prevents them from doing this at Ushakov?

          As far as I heard, the boilers will be replaced, and they are really the same type as the Kuznetsov boilers.
          As for the girder air defense systems ... it was also originally designed as an escort artillery destroyer and an assault support ship. And now he is probably also assigned the role of escorting the BDK for the landing and supporting the landing with fire. But its main caliber (artillery) has the highest fire performance (salvo weight) to date, only the Iowa battleships were higher.
          We were pleasantly surprised by the timing of the repair - only a year, apparently the rest of the weapon systems are more or less in order.
          1. Alex777
            Alex777 22 December 2020 15: 57
            +2
            As far as I heard, the boilers will be replaced, and they are really the same type as the Kuznetsov boilers.

            With Kuznetsov in general, nonsense turned out.
            At first they were going to change half of the boilers, so they ordered fuel oil ones, and then, when they were going to change everything, they had to order the same ones.
            If they decided to change all the boilers right away, they could have put the ones on diesel fuel.
            But its main caliber (artillery) has the highest fire performance (salvo weight) to date, only the Iowa battleships were higher.

            The Chinese invented active rockets for the AK-130.
            I don’t know for accuracy, but their firing range is over 40 km.

          2. Alex777
            Alex777 22 December 2020 16: 11
            +1
            This, the Chinese ARS in Syria:


            And this is the Iranian ARS 130mm:

        2. passerby
          passerby 22 December 2020 17: 07
          +1
          Quote: Alex777
          But it looks like they are putting everything that can be put into operation.

          The war will soon be big.
      2. tihonmarine
        tihonmarine 22 December 2020 13: 47
        +1
        Quote: Orkraider
        Did you mean too much boiler room? Without her, he really can't run.

        Only replace boilers, they are not water-tube boilers, or fire-tube boilers.
    3. Serg65
      Serg65 22 December 2020 13: 33
      +4
      Quote: donavi49
      Well, if the boiler room will not be sorted out

      And they won't touch it?
      engines, main components and mechanisms will be updated on the ship.

      And now this is about what?
      Quote: donavi49
      artillery destroyer.

      So it was originally planned as an artillery destroyer!
    4. Land defence
      Land defence 22 December 2020 14: 10
      +16
      Quote: donavi49
      Maybe already finish off the martyr?

      Recently they finished off Kharlamov, they decided to keep it for now. And most likely really for BMZ, until the replacement grows up.
    5. Fmax
      Fmax 22 December 2020 19: 20
      -4
      Smells like necrophilia.
    6. Yuri V.A
      Yuri V.A 23 December 2020 02: 10
      +1
      As a last resort, this is the best remedy for border trespassers. There is no ship in the world capable of objecting something to "Sarych" in such cases.
  2. Alexander X
    Alexander X 22 December 2020 11: 46
    +14
    I believe that it is criminal to squander warships on pins and needles. As long as the ship is able to launch a missile at the enemy even from the pier, this ship must be in service. Even of limited suitability, but in service. You can't build everything new right away ... IMHO Well, a ship of this rank should still serve and serve
    1. donavi49
      donavi49 22 December 2020 11: 50
      +19
      But then you will only have a fleet of ships welded to the berth. For they devour money. Big money. As a result, money for new frigates will be spent on maintaining old ones. Well, a classic in general.

      The Spaniards supported your ideology at one time. With list and front parity. It turned out that 5 ships were ready for a real war, two of them participated (+ colonial) in the war and died. The war is lost by the way.
      1. Alexander X
        Alexander X 22 December 2020 11: 51
        +8
        It is better to have an old ship in service and build a new one for several years than to have nothing for several years ... IMHO
        1. Per se.
          Per se. 22 December 2020 12: 25
          +8
          Quote: Alexander X
          than having nothing for several years ..
          Also, it would be better to keep all the remaining destroyers of the series together (SF), and not one by one in the fleets. There would be at least some shock fist in them. For example, the Chinese have grouped the "Russian line". A quote from an article from the Atrina website.
          The Project 956-E destroyers built for the PRC at the Severnaya Verf Project have proven themselves well in the Chinese Navy, so the Chinese leadership decided to continue the series. But it was decided to build the next two ships according to the modified project 956-EM, which was developed at the Severny Design Bureau under the leadership of the chief designer V.P. Mishina. Work on Project 956-EM (export, modernized) was started in 2001. It was immediately assumed that the ship would be significantly different from its predecessors. It was planned to modernize weapons systems, navigation, radar equipment, control equipment for the main power plant. Work on the project was largely stimulated by the successful implementation of the 1997 contract for the supply of two Project 956-E destroyers to the Chinese Navy.
          1. donavi49
            donavi49 22 December 2020 13: 03
            +18
            By the way, the Chinese quite reasonably approached them. The ships are not ushatany. But repair is required. Therefore, a single repair and modernization project was created, which included:
            - updating posts, systems and their Chineseization according to a general model.
            - a new CIC, again for the Chinese developments.
            - update of the BC-5, again from the open, an automatic water treatment system and additional control mechanisms were introduced, as was done on aircraft carriers.
            - Beam Calms were replaced by 2 blocks of WPU Calms-1. Again, a serial product for China, on 24 frigates (including export ones) 054A.
            - replaced many different radio systems and antennas, from an obvious new version of the Fregat-MA.
            - the obsolete 533mm torpedo tubes were replaced, in favor of the Chinese MK46 clones, again unification and serial production.
            - replaced Mosquitoes with expired resource with their national super-sonic anti-ship missile YJ-12.
            - Added a new missile air defense circuit - HHQ-10 (Chinese version of RIM-116). Such complexes would find wide application just in the Russian Navy, but they are not. There is a cheap and easy bendable. There is an expensive and heavy shell. There is emptiness between them.





            They can be cited as an example of the correct use of resources:
            - All 4 ships will go through a unified modernization project during repairs (the lead one has already been in service, 137 is in the process, the next two then).
            - All work is performed by 1 plant - this will reduce the cost of work, will allow you to use competencies and best practices for acceleration. 137 goes much faster.
            - The ship after modernization increases the combat potential, operational characteristics, facilitates the training of crews, thanks to the widespread use of standard Chinese posts and systems.
            1. Alex777
              Alex777 22 December 2020 16: 24
              +2
              Experienced people here decently spiked me with the Chinese, their pictures of modernization and real photos of modernized ships. wink
              The Chinese, of course, work well, but their pictures do not beat the real result.
              They did not unify all 4. 2 finalized on one project, 2 on another.
              Accordingly, as it was on one pair of 2 AK-130, and on the other 1 AK-130, so it was.
              In the pictures, the seven-barreled guns are Chinese, and in life - the AK-630. hi
              With regard to the development of our "version of RIM-116", then on the basis of Pantsir missiles could, IMHO. I don't know why they don't.
          2. Alexy
            Alexy 22 December 2020 13: 45
            +3
            I completely agree. If you keep them together, there will be more sense. And the operation will be cheaper.
        2. tihonmarine
          tihonmarine 22 December 2020 14: 13
          +3
          Quote: Alexander X
          It is better to have an old ship in service and build a new one for several years than to have nothing for several years.

          And if the old cruiser is not in service, and new ones are not being built at all, then how is that?
        3. RUSS
          RUSS 22 December 2020 21: 12
          -2
          Quote: Alexander X
          Better to have an old ship in service

          How educational.
      2. Doccor18
        Doccor18 22 December 2020 12: 18
        +1
        The war is lost by the way.

        There (though you can add) the crews themselves were still "warriors". They leaked everything and so quickly that the Americans were even surprised ...
      3. bayard
        bayard 22 December 2020 13: 53
        +5
        Quote: donavi49
        But then you will only have a fleet of ships welded to the berth.

        They remained one by one in three fleets and they were originally intended to escort and support the landing ships. I think they are not assigned any other role today. And his SAM and Mosquitoes are for self-defense. The main weapon is artillery with a fire performance that was second only to the Iowa battleships (kg in a minute salvo) at the time of entry into service. Now they are champions in artillery.
        And for such a role (accompaniment and support by fire of the landing), they can be kept in service for a long time - as long as they are on the move and the weapon is in good order.
      4. Volder
        Volder 23 December 2020 16: 03
        -2
        Quote: donavi49
        But then you will only have a fleet of ships welded to the berth. For they devour money. Big money.
        Tell this to the leadership of the US Navy. Out of 11 aircraft carriers, 3 are in combat readiness. The rest are at the wall (for various reasons).
        1. donavi49
          donavi49 23 December 2020 16: 44
          +2
          You are mixing two statuses:
          - Active patrol - yes 3 out of 11. But then in the Russian Navy there are less than 8 warships, including 22160 which fled to Mediterranean just yesterday, and the largest frigate at the moment is 1 piece wink , the rest rot at the wall, if you judge.

          - Various readiness. These are traditional 3/4 of all fleets in the world at a randomly chosen moment of peace. Some can push it out in a day, others in a week, etc.


          Another point is repair, disassembly, modernization, bulkhead, HTG, reserve by category, etc. This includes:
          Carl Vinson - In September got a 17 month repair.
          Washington DC - under renovation until mid-2021.
          Stennis - under renovation until spring 21.
          Bush - under renovation until 22

          Well, let's take Lincoln - at the beginning of 2020, he came from a record patrol of 295 days without entering ports. And now he is resting. wink But if the homeland says it is necessary, then he will be pushed back into the sea very quickly.


          Nimitz threatened Pakistan and China with his fist at Malabar 2020 and are now sitting with Reagan in bases against China. Again, if anything, both will come out pretty quickly. But you don't need to.
          1. Volder
            Volder 26 December 2020 13: 22
            -1
            In any case, the active operation of ships, which entails subsequent repairs and bonuses to the crew, is more expensive than idle time at the berth.
        2. Lex_is
          Lex_is 23 December 2020 18: 00
          +1
          Out of 11 aircraft carriers, 3 are in combat readiness. The rest are at the wall (for various reasons).


          Did the voices in your head tell you, or did they tell you on the Carbon Monoxide program?

          We look at the activity of aircraft carriers in recent months:
          NINE aircraft carriers are active and participating in exercises:

          1.On 19 November 2020, USS Abraham Lincoln together with USS Leyte Gulf (CG 55), USS Farragut (DDG 99) and HMS Defender (D36) crossed the Strait of Hormuz northward; He flew combat missions on 20 November in support of Operation Inner Resolve.

          2.On December 7, 2020, USS Theodore Roosevelt departed from San Diego for rapid deployment and participation in Sustainable Development Exercise (SUSTEX).

          3.On 31 October 2020, USS Carl Vinson participated in Undersea Warfare Exercise (USWEX) 18 along with USS John C. Stennis (CVN 74) CSG. Returned home on November 5th.

          4.On November 17, USS Nimitz participated in PHOTOEX with the participation of USS Princeton, USS Sterett, INS Vikramaditya (R33), INS Kolkata (D63), INS Chennai (D65), INS Talwar (F40), JS Murasame (DD 101), HMAS Ballarat (FFH 155), INS Khanderi (2017) and INS Deepak (A50), starting with Phase II of the annual Malabar 2020 exercise during its course in the Arabian Sea.

          5.On 26 October, USS Ronald Reagan participated in PHOTOEX with USS Shiloh (CG 67), USS Barry (DDG 52), Keen Sword 21 field exercise in waters south of Japan.

          6.December 9-12, 2020 USS Gerald R. Ford conducted TRACOM-CQ in Jacksonville, conducted training in Charleston from December 12-13; Returned home on December 14th.

          7. On January 19, George HW Bush docked at Pier 12S at Naval Base Norfolk after a two-day sail off the coast of Virginia; Dead End is relocated to Dry Dock # 8, Norfolk Naval Dockyard in Portsmouth, Virginia on February 21st.

          8.On 2 December 2020, USS George HW Bush left Naval Base Norfolk for trials with a V-22 Osprey assigned to Marine Helicopter Squadron (HMX) 1 and FRS-CQ; Operations carried out in Key West Op. Square from December 7-9; Conducted operations off the coast of Virginia from December 11-12; Moored at Pier 14S on December 13th.

          9.On August 9, USS Dwight D. Eisenhower docked at Pier 14N at Naval Base Norfolk after 205 consecutive days at sea, breaking the previous record set by USS Theodore Roosevelt (CVN 71) in 2002 at 44 days.
          On December 13, at USS Dwight D. Eisenhower docked at Pier 14N at the Norfolk Naval Base after a week of sailing in Virginia Capes Op. Area, for FRS-CQ.
    2. Voltsky
      Voltsky 22 December 2020 12: 38
      +9
      Quote: Alexander X
      As long as the ship is able to launch a missile at the enemy even from the pier

      Bastion will be cheaper
  3. Eldorado
    Eldorado 22 December 2020 12: 12
    +3
    What nonsense? He is in the fleet, went to sea this summer.
  4. jonht
    jonht 22 December 2020 12: 16
    0
    This is really a half-measure, it seems to be able to walk, but to be an effective combat unit is hardly.
    True, there is hope that weapons will be added to the list in the process of modernization.
    Although it is still necessary to transmit the BOD in order to ensure the PLO, one PLO helicopter cannot track the underwater situation with one helicopter.
    1. alexmach
      alexmach 22 December 2020 12: 25
      +4
      Although, to provide PLO, he still needs a BOD in transmission

      Well, that would be to collect all 3 remaining together, update their propulsion system and air defense at least somehow not expensive and send them to the company to the modernized BOD frigates ...
      1. jonht
        jonht 22 December 2020 12: 32
        +9
        If only to guard the bases while new frigates are being built.
        There are many things to change on the "Sarycha", it will be expensive.
        So for a start: radar, air defense, strike weapons, electronic warfare, and most importantly "fiery heart". Easier to build a new one.
        And so it seems big and scary laughing
        But without new strike weapons, the Sarych is toothless, alas.
        1. alexmach
          alexmach 22 December 2020 12: 34
          +2
          "watch with weapons" for "partners" on their sorties to the north ...
          1. jonht
            jonht 22 December 2020 12: 39
            +3
            I am afraid that this will be a one-way road for him, not normal air defense, and even though the Moskit-M is a very fast rocket, the race distance will be too small.
            1. alexmach
              alexmach 22 December 2020 13: 11
              +4
              Well, in general, yes, the above correctly said "dove of peace". "to follow with weapons" means simply to be present and accompany in peacetime, to issue target designation in case of something ...
    2. Volder
      Volder 23 December 2020 20: 39
      -1
      Quote: jonht
      This is really a half-measure, it seems to be able to walk, but to be an effective combat unit is hardly.
      The range of the Moskit anti-ship missile is comparable to the American Harpoon anti-ship missile, with the only difference that our missile is better (faster) in flight speed.
      Although it is still necessary to transmit the BOD in order to ensure the PLO, one PLO helicopter cannot track the underwater situation with one helicopter.
      You must clearly understand one simple thing: in the threatened war period, "Sarych" will not be left alone with enemy ships. It will act as part of a connection (order, grouping), i.e. together with our other ships of the Northern Fleet.
      1. jonht
        jonht 23 December 2020 23: 35
        0
        He will not remain alone, but as he was weakly armed and defenseless in terms of PLO, he will remain so. Its dimensions make it an excellent target and weak air defense a good target.
        Taking into account the domination of the mattress aircraft over the sea, the guys on it are suicide bombers. So it only remains for him to guard the bases under the cover of coastal aviation.
        1. Volder
          Volder 26 December 2020 13: 41
          -1
          Quote: jonht
          He will not remain alone, but as he was weakly armed and defenseless in terms of PLO, he will remain so.
          Russia is now trying to build universal ships (frigates), while the USSR built mostly highly specialized ones. For anti-submarine defense in the USSR, BOD and MPK were built.
          Its dimensions make it an excellent target and weak air defense a good target.
          The air defense of our destroyer is designed to repel anti-ship missiles.
          Taking into account the domination of the mattress aircraft over the sea, the guys on it are suicide bombers.
          I will repeat a simple idea to you once again: Russia will deploy submarines and bomber aircraft against aircraft carriers. "Sarych", like any other our ship, will not be left alone with the enemy fleet. The effectiveness of our Navy is manifested at the moment when the entire ship and submarine staff acts simultaneously, with the distribution of roles and tasks. If (when) there is no aircraft carrier, then Sarych may well withstand NATO destroyers (due to competitive anti-ship missiles with non-yielding characteristics) in the far sea zone.
  5. Ross xnumx
    Ross xnumx 22 December 2020 13: 24
    +1
    Note that due to technical problems, "Admiral Ushakov" did not go to sea since 2018. Some time ago, the question of its complete write-off was raised.

    It's good that they noted, otherwise there are rumors here:
    Quote: El Dorado
    What nonsense? He is in the fleet, went to sea this summer.

    In any case, the following message is more important to me:
    The modernized (repaired) destroyer of the Northern Fleet "Admiral Ushakov" returned to the Northern Fleet ahead of schedule!
    soldier
  6. TermNachTer
    TermNachTer 22 December 2020 13: 27
    0
    This pleases the old men will still serve.
  7. Dikson
    Dikson 22 December 2020 14: 04
    0
    Meanwhile, they write about a Pentagon directive allegedly launched into the American fleet - in case of "dangerous provocative actions of Russian and Chinese ships" - the American Navy is allowed to open fire without warning ..
    1. Tugarin
      Tugarin 22 December 2020 22: 23
      +3
      I think they take it for fear.
  8. Vadim237
    Vadim237 22 December 2020 15: 09
    +3
    It is not worth waiting for any new destroyers in the Navy for the next 15 years - that is, they keep everything that can still be restored and modernized.
    1. Volder
      Volder 23 December 2020 23: 44
      -2
      Quote: Vadim237
      It is not worth waiting for any new destroyers in the Navy for the next 15 years - that is, they keep everything that can still be restored and modernized.
      For ramming (bulk) it is just better to use old ships.
  9. Old26
    Old26 22 December 2020 16: 19
    +4
    Quote: Alexander X
    It is better to have an old ship in service and build a new one for several years than to have nothing for several years ... IMHO

    If they decide to repair, then it is necessary to carry out modernization. There will be no sense in the weapons of this destroyer, even change the engines for it. Even weaker in armament, "Shaposhnikov" was modernized for new weapons, but here. Or will he drink again?
  10. Vechernick
    Vechernick 22 December 2020 16: 26
    0
    he needs the deepest modernization - in the 1st air defense
    1. huntsman650
      huntsman650 22 December 2020 17: 03
      0
      On Chabanenko refused to repair AK 130
  11. Alien From
    Alien From 22 December 2020 21: 35
    +4
    It's a pity of course for the technique, but this is already the last century.
  12. dgonni
    dgonni 23 December 2020 00: 47
    0
    We remember we remember. The priests refused to consecrate him with the first name. Say how it is to hallow a terrible demon. Change the name
  13. Shadow shooter
    Shadow shooter 23 December 2020 12: 34
    0
    I propose to dismantle all the weapons and shove in as many PU for Caliber-Zircons as possible