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Rostec confirmed the use of domestic kamikaze drones in Syria

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Rostec confirmed the use of domestic kamikaze drones in Syria

Rostec confirmed the use of domestic kamikaze drones in Syria during tests. Industrial director of the state corporation's weapons complex Bekkhan Ozdoev spoke about this in an interview with Izvestia.


Today Russia has its own line of kamikaze drones. The interest in it on the world arms market is extremely high. A significant role in this was played by the fact that we tested them in Syria, in real combat conditions.

- he said.

According to Ozdoev, such drones are much cheaper than missiles, are practically invisible to radars and are extremely effective on the battlefield. He noted that many foreign customers are interested in Russian patrolling ammunition, but they are not exported. The primary task is to saturate the Russian army with this type of ammunition.

Earlier, the head of Rostec, Sergei Chemezov, announced the tests in Syria of kamikaze drones KUB-UAV and Lancet, developed by the Kalashnikov concern. Details of the use of drones were not disclosed, but most likely, with the help of loitering ammunition, strikes were made on the positions of the militants in the Syrian province of Idlib.

"Lancet" has several types of guidance systems: coordinate, using optoelectronic means and combined. The television channel transmits an image of the target, which allows confirmation of a successful defeat. The takeoff weight of the Lancet-3 drone is 12 kg, the range is up to 40 km at a speed of 80 to 110 km / h, the type of fuse is pre-contact. Warhead weight - 3 kg. "Lancet-1" with a takeoff weight of 5 kg has a warhead weighing 1 kg.

The KUB-UAV has a warhead weighing about 3 kg, capable of staying in the air for up to 30 minutes at a speed of 80-130 kilometers per hour and hitting a target regardless of its stealth and terrain.
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  1. Vladimir_2U
    Vladimir_2U 19 February 2021 11: 16
    +16
    Running in conditions close to combat is good!
    1. Observer2014
      Observer2014 19 February 2021 11: 28
      +20
      Quote: Vladimir_2U
      Running in conditions close to combat is good!

      Actually, there is a war going on there, so there was a running-in in combat conditions.
      By the way, I want a qualitative comparison of similar ammunition. With "inchport" manufacturers. Flight duration. Mass of warheads. Accuracy of hitting the target. Naturally, the range. Plus what additional reconnaissance equipment can these ammunition work with. In general, an interesting comparative article would turn out. I would love to read it. hi
      1. Vladimir_2U
        Vladimir_2U 19 February 2021 11: 33
        +2
        Quote: Observer2014
        Actually, there is a war going on there, so there was a running-in in combat conditions.

        Rhetorical question: Do local "spirits" have at least some means of counteracting the patrolling power supply? So these are tests in conditions close to combat, with an increased risk, not without it.
        1. carstorm 11
          carstorm 11 19 February 2021 11: 41
          +17
          There, rather, tactics are tested more. This is a more difficult question.
          1. Orkraider
            Orkraider 19 February 2021 16: 25
            +9
            Quote: carstorm 11
            There, rather, tactics are tested more. This is a more difficult question.

            Greetings!
            hi
            There is a good joke about tactics:
            A two in tactics is awarded only in three cases: for planning a nuclear strike on one's own positions, for forcing a water wall along it, and for organizing an offensive in the opposite direction from the positions of the enemy.
            laughing
        2. Observer2014
          Observer2014 19 February 2021 11: 51
          +2
          Quote: Vladimir_2U
          Quote: Observer2014
          Actually, there is a war going on there, so there was a running-in in combat conditions.

          Rhetorical question: Do local "spirits" have at least some means of counteracting the patrolling power supply? So these are tests in conditions close to combat, with an increased risk, not without it.

          What is there against this ammunition or not, the local "spirits" are the problems of local "spirits". What to shoot is. So in theory there is something to shoot down. Well, in practice. In practice, the Armenians also suffered from these ammunition in the fall. So, did the Azerbaijanis also use such products close to the combat situation?
          In general, as regards the Syrian "spirits", the dog knows what they have in general and what they are capable of. They are constantly attacking our base from the air. True, our air defenses there have debugged the campaign and the bird will not fly by. But the fact is fact. Periodically ours shoot down all kinds of flying garbage launched at the base.
        3. Cowbra
          Cowbra 19 February 2021 11: 52
          .
          Quote: Vladimir_2U
          Rhetorical question:

          And I don’t remember where they were used against the enemy, which has means of destruction? And then in Syria they knocked them down, along the way from the Kalash, there is nothing else, by and large
          1. Piramidon
            Piramidon 19 February 2021 12: 22
            +8
            Quote: Cowbra
            in Syria they knocked them down, along the way from the Kalash

            Do you have any data? Or as usual - "I know for sure and you google it in the internet"?
            1. Cowbra
              Cowbra 19 February 2021 12: 44
              -6

              For instance. In general, I've already uploaded pictures of those who were shot down. If there is nothing to do - look in my posts, but I'm too lazy
              1. -Dmitry-
                -Dmitry- 19 February 2021 13: 45
                +3
                For instance. In general, I've already uploaded pictures of those who were shot down. If there is nothing to do - look in my posts, but I'm too lazy


                How interesting :) Google says it's an American drone :)
                https://military-informant.com/airforca/v-sirii-byil-nayden-amerikanskiy-dron-kamikadze.html

                https://nplus1.ru/news/2020/03/06/switchblade
                1. Cowbra
                  Cowbra 19 February 2021 13: 53
                  +1
                  The kamikaze drone is manufactured by the Israeli company AeroVironment and was supplied only for the interests of the Army and the US Marine Corps.

                  Well, here I agree, it is more logical to supply mattresses to your non-terrorists. But the drone is very Israeli. There were also photos of the same switchblades in Syria, who were shot by something, but judging by their size, it was Kalash - the memory device would grind them into dust
                  1. -Dmitry-
                    -Dmitry- 19 February 2021 13: 55
                    +1
                    Well, I understand that it was about Russian drones.
          2. Incvizitor
            Incvizitor 19 February 2021 14: 30
            0
            Maybe the Turkish columns carry them out, I would do so well and the bases at the same time.
            1. abrakadabre
              abrakadabre 20 February 2021 20: 16
              0
              I would nightmare the oil-producing infrastructure with them. So as not to be mined.
        4. Zaurbek
          Zaurbek 19 February 2021 13: 01
          -3
          The Armenians had ... but it didn't help ...
      2. Alien From
        Alien From 19 February 2021 12: 23
        +1
        I agree with the Observer, I am tired of articles with intentions.
        1. Anton Shtopany
          Anton Shtopany 19 February 2021 23: 52
          -5
          Why right now the cartoons will be customized
      3. Mountain shooter
        Mountain shooter 19 February 2021 12: 50
        +1
        Quote: Observer2014
        By the way, I want a qualitative comparison of similar ammunition. With "inchport" manufacturers. Flight duration. Mass of warheads

        Any loitering ammunition must have absolute accuracy ... Direct hit. Or why is he then? And the mass of the ammunition is determined by the target ...
      4. Kart
        Kart 19 February 2021 15: 02
        +1
        Quote: Observer2014
        Flight duration. Mass of the warhead.

        KUB-UAV has a warhead weighing about 3 kg, capable of staying in the air for up to 30 minutes at a speed of 80-130 kilometers per hour

        That is, the range is from 40 to 65 km.
    2. x.andvlad
      x.andvlad 19 February 2021 11: 54
      +3
      So it's not a bad thing ...
      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AaeBiDNZwuI
      You need to have such a weapon.
    3. Anton Shtopany
      Anton Shtopany 19 February 2021 23: 50
      -7
      What is good that the aircraft carrier gave black smoke, lost aircraft and for repairs, what is good
  2. Trapp1st
    Trapp1st 19 February 2021 11: 21
    +3
    Lancet
    Why not name it in Russian?
    1. KCA
      KCA 19 February 2021 11: 25
      +6
      And we have many weapons called primordially Russian, even if simply Slavic, not borrowed from other languages ​​by names?
      1. Trapp1st
        Trapp1st 19 February 2021 11: 28
        +1
        And we have a lot of weapons called primordially Russian
        There are a lot of Russian names, sometimes with good trolling.
        1. KCA
          KCA 19 February 2021 11: 34
          +6
          Yes, the fact of the matter is that there are not very many, we just got so used to these words that we consider them Russian, and they came from other languages, Turkic, European, etc.
          1. Konstantin Gogolev
            Konstantin Gogolev 19 February 2021 17: 44
            +6
            This means that we will apply it to the Turks and Europeans. soldier
        2. Simon schempp
          Simon schempp 19 February 2021 11: 41
          .
          There are a lot of Russian names, sometimes with good trolling.

          And surely Russians, not Latin, Greek or Arab?
          With your struggle with "Anglicisms" you forget that the Russian language consists of more than half of borrowed words.
          1. neri73-r
            neri73-r 19 February 2021 11: 54
            +17
            Quote: Simon Schempp
            There are a lot of Russian names, sometimes with good trolling.

            And surely Russians, not Latin, Greek or Arab?
            With your struggle with "Anglicisms" you forget that the Russian language consists of more than half of borrowed words.

            Why feel sorry for them (us, Russians), 90% of borrowed, but mostly from ancient Ukrainian words! wassat laughing tongue cryingAnd the remaining 10% are Jewish! good
            1. Simon schempp
              Simon schempp 19 February 2021 12: 08
              .
              Why pity them (us, Russians), 90% of the borrowed

              Let's take the very first paragraph in the same news.

              Rostec confirmed the use of domestic kamikaze drones in Syria during tests. Industrial director of the state corporation's weapons complex Bekkhan Ozdoev spoke about this in an interview with Izvestia.

              Count loan words smile
              1. Captain Pushkin
                Captain Pushkin 19 February 2021 18: 52
                0
                Quote: Simon Schempp
                Count loan words

                Kamikaze and Behkan Ozdoev? Did you guess right?
              2. Borsht
                Borsht 19 February 2021 20: 14
                0
                Quote: Simon Schempp
                Count loan words

                I counted. Kamikaze, Bekkhan and Ozdoev, as words, have an unknown genesis (just kidding).
                In the paragraph, all words except one - Indo-European nature. Not?
          2. lucul
            lucul 19 February 2021 12: 06
            0
            With your struggle with "Anglicisms" you forget that the Russian language consists of more than half of borrowed words.

            Usually they accept words, the meanings of which are not in Russian. For example, the word corruption is foreign. There is no Russian equivalent.
            1. Dimide
              Dimide 19 February 2021 12: 11
              +1
              Bribery, no?
              1. lucul
                lucul 19 February 2021 12: 38
                -5
                Bribery, no?

                No - read the definition of corruption.
                1. Dimide
                  Dimide 19 February 2021 13: 07
                  +1
                  Sorry for my French, but the same eggs, only a profile view
                  In my opinion, the word bribery even better conveys the essence of the phenomenon.
                  1. lucul
                    lucul 19 February 2021 15: 05
                    0
                    Sorry for my French, but the same eggs, only a profile view
                    In my opinion, the word bribery even better conveys the essence of the phenomenon.

                    Nonsense, corruption is the use of an official position for personal gain - do you feel the scale? When lobbying and much more falls under the definition of corruption.
                    And bribery is a simple bribe.
                    Corruption is such a subtle term, all the nuances of which have long been disclosed in the West.
                    For example, an official brought home pencils (government pencils) from work to sharpen, and his child used these pencils, without his father's knowledge, for drawing. Will this be considered corruption? Formally, yes, but by design, no. And such nuances are a dime a dozen here.
      2. x.andvlad
        x.andvlad 19 February 2021 11: 28
        +4
        Well, all were bypassed by the BMPT "Terminator", which is already there!
        1. Igoresha
          Igoresha 19 February 2021 11: 50
          +2
          Well, all were bypassed by the BMPT "Terminator", which is already there!
          "Punisher" is still there))
        2. Quadro
          Quadro 19 February 2021 11: 58
          +4
          Quote: x.andvlad
          Well, all were bypassed by the BMPT "Terminator", which is already there!

          But where does the terminator from the movie have to do with it? Hammer this word into Wikipedia, this term has nothing in common with the Hollywood pole
        3. Alexey RA
          Alexey RA 19 February 2021 14: 49
          +3
          Quote: x.andvlad
          Well, all were bypassed by the BMPT "Terminator", which is already there!

          * the disgruntled puffing of the Raptor patrol boat is heard. smile
      3. Vladimir_2U
        Vladimir_2U 19 February 2021 11: 29
        +2
        Quote: KCA
        Why not name it in Russian?

        Quote: KCA
        And we have a lot of weapons called primordially Russian

        "UHOREZ"! laughing
      4. carstorm 11
        carstorm 11 19 February 2021 11: 42
        -2
        And what are old Russian words? Do you even know that there are thousands of borrowed words in your daily use and you don't know about it?) From a tractor to, say, meatballs?)))
        1. lucul
          lucul 19 February 2021 12: 08
          +4
          And what are old Russian words? Do you even know that there are thousands of borrowed words in your daily use and you don't know about it?) From a tractor to, say, meatballs?)))

          Russian meanings for us are the most complete in perception. For example, the word abyss is perceived in such a way that there is no need to explain it.
          1. carstorm 11
            carstorm 11 19 February 2021 12: 13
            +1
            So the point is not in perception but in origin. ) electricity, circus, pharmacy can be especially perceived as something?)
            1. lucul
              lucul 19 February 2021 12: 39
              +2
              So the point is not in perception but in origin. ) electricity, circus, pharmacy can be especially perceived as something?)

              Yes, they convey only content, and the word abyss conveys both form and content.
    2. tihonmarine
      tihonmarine 19 February 2021 11: 28
      +2
      Quote: Trapp1st
      Why not name it in Russian?

      You can, but the designer decided to call it that.
    3. Nasrat
      Nasrat 19 February 2021 11: 40
      +4
      Quote: Trapp1st
      Why not name it in Russian?



      Lancet-stabbing surgical instrument double-edged for opening abscesses etc. In modern medical practice, it is replaced with a scalpel.
      1. Simon schempp
        Simon schempp 19 February 2021 11: 43
        -1
        Lancet-piercing surgical instrument

        Which means a spear in German.)
        1. Nasrat
          Nasrat 19 February 2021 11: 58
          +4
          Quote: Simon Schempp

          Which means a spear in German.)

          But when they say in Russian - a spear, everyone means - a spear, and not a surgical instrument ... bully
      2. ANB
        ANB 19 February 2021 12: 07
        +2
        ... In modern medical practice, it has been replaced with a scalpel.

        Not replaced. Both tools are quite used.
    4. askort154
      askort154 19 February 2021 11: 43
      0
      Trapp1st .....Why not call it in Russian?

      Indeed! "Lancet" in Latin, a double-edged object - a spear, in medicine - a scalpel. We ourselves wash out the Russian language at all levels. It is a shame to look at posters and advertisements on shops and public catering. Solid imitation of the English language.
      And in this case, they could call it - "scalpel", or "spear", which is much clearer and more convincing. Moreover, they will not sell it abroad.
      1. Simon schempp
        Simon schempp 19 February 2021 11: 49
        +7
        And in this case, they could call it "scalpel", or "spear", which is much clearer and more convincing.

        Scalpel (from Lat... scalpellum - knife) laughing
        Replace the Latin lancet with a Latin scalpel. Brilliant. What is this if not a witch hunt?
        1. askort154
          askort154 19 February 2021 12: 27
          +2
          Simon Schempp .....Genious. What is this if not a witch hunt?

          And why do you write the word "witch" in Russian, and not
          in Latin venefica, or English - witch ?!
          Apparently by the fact that you communicate here with the Russian society, and wish that they would understand you without an interpreter. That is, the true "roots of word formation" are not important, but their understanding by your interlocutor is important. We have the latest generation already habitually used - "wow", "okay". On the "lousy shops" the names are "supermarket", "your shopping" and so on. Funny and disgusting.
          We live without ideas, washing out the Russian language (alphabet).
          And this is the foundation of society. hi
          1. Simon schempp
            Simon schempp 19 February 2021 12: 42
            +2
            That is, the true "roots of word formation" are not important, but their understanding by your interlocutor is important.

            I just understand everything. The lancet is the lancet)) You don't like this.
            On the "lousy shops" the names - "supermarket"

            The crummy shop comes from the French magasin, and the German magazin. Why is an English market worse than a German store? request
            We live without ideas, washing out the Russian language

            Doesn't your Greek name really wash out the Russian language?
            1. -Dmitry-
              -Dmitry- 19 February 2021 13: 48
              +1
              Doesn't your Greek name really wash out the Russian language?

              don’t you understand? THIS IS OTHER :))))
            2. Borsht
              Borsht 19 February 2021 22: 59
              +1
              Quote: Simon Schempp
              The crummy shop comes from the French magasin, and the German magazin.

              How did this word become German and / or French? The Arabs will not agree. I first heard, and then saw the word "shop" in Russian, and immediately borrowed it from this language into my own. I do not care that the guardians and other Germans stole this word from the Semites who, once being proto-Semites, cut it off from other Egyptians or Sumerians, who also did not appear from a vacuum.
        2. Borsht
          Borsht 19 February 2021 21: 52
          +2
          Quote: Simon Schempp
          Scalpel (from Latin scalpellum - a knife) laughing
          Replace the Latin lancet with a Latin scalpel. Brilliant.

          Wai, what clever Latins! So they took and came up with new words from the air or the world ether, and did not borrow anything at all from some kind of proto-Celto-Iberians ... People bellowed, hooted and chirped until the very arrival of the Latins from space.
      2. carstorm 11
        carstorm 11 19 February 2021 11: 52
        +4
        Why wash out? This is how all languages ​​of the world develop. People started to cook broth, but the word is French in origin. Need to invent your own?)
      3. lucul
        lucul 19 February 2021 12: 10
        +3
        We ourselves wash out the Russian language at all levels.

        If the elite is not Russian - what kind of development of the Russian language can we talk about?)))
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    6. Cowbra
      Cowbra 19 February 2021 11: 56
      0
      Quote: Trapp1st
      Why not name it in Russian?

      Yes Easy. I propose to name it in Old Russian. A deceiver. After all, a shell is not a shell. UAVs are not UAVs. How is it there in Old Russian? "Bl * verbatim". And what, sonorous, multi-storey, and about love laughing
      http://old-ru.ru/old.html
      1. Evgeny Kirov
        Evgeny Kirov 19 February 2021 12: 00
        -2
        I will offer my own version - "Crazy Emperor"
    7. ANB
      ANB 19 February 2021 12: 04
      +6
      ... Why not name it in Russian?

      Yes, as it were, "lancet" is quite a Russian term. The name of the surgical instrument. Yes, borrowed, like a scalpel.
      But I don’t remember something about the scalpel and lancet of purely ancient Slavic synonyms.
      We are not Ukrainians to break the language, just not to use Russian terms.
    8. Piramidon
      Piramidon 19 February 2021 12: 25
      +4
      Quote: Trapp1st
      Lancet
      Why not name it in Russian?

      Lancet = scalpel, and this name has already been staked out by the ICBM
    9. Profiler
      Profiler 19 February 2021 15: 10
      +4
      Quote: Trapp1st
      Lancet
      Why not name it in Russian?


      Why are you not satisfied with the name borrowed from a surgical instrument (analogue of a scalpel) for a highly precise surgical intervention (incision)?

      Lancet of Emperor Peter I the Great

    10. Krasnodar
      Krasnodar 19 February 2021 15: 19
      -1
      Quote: Trapp1st
      Lancet
      Why not name it in Russian?

      Knife? ))
      Or Rosharope? laughing
    11. Maz
      Maz 20 February 2021 15: 57
      0
      Lancet (German Lanzette, from Latin lancea - spear) is a stabbing surgical instrument with a double-edged blade for opening abscesses, etc. In modern medical practice, it is replaced with a scalpel.
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  4. Thrifty
    Thrifty 19 February 2021 11: 31
    +3
    Three years ago, they would have had such a weapon, and it would have been possible to knock out the militants' equipment and eliminate their leaders. These drones must be massively used there so that the militants simply scatter from losses - those who are not covered by the "Lancet" or other heavenly punishment of our VKS.
  5. Nikolaevich I
    Nikolaevich I 19 February 2021 11: 47
    +3
    The main thing is to start! And there, you see, and radars for the air defense system will appear! wink
    1. hydrox
      hydrox 19 February 2021 12: 01
      +2
      Radars for composites?
      Very fresh thought! laughing
  6. arhitroll
    arhitroll 19 February 2021 12: 02
    +1
    After the demo from Karabakh, the war with the Papuans becomes a matter of either money or the political will of the strong ...
  7. rocket757
    rocket757 19 February 2021 12: 20
    0
    Rostec confirmed the use of domestic kamikaze drones in Syria

    Is such a drone ammunition more effective, cheaper than other weapons?
    "war" also has its own economy and the option that it wanted so much, that so "it is possible" is not acceptable! Only when it does not work in another way, it is more expensive in another way!
  8. taiga2018
    taiga2018 19 February 2021 12: 28
    +3
    Some people wonder, what are we doing in Syria? At least we test our weapons in real combat conditions ... Well, not on our own territory, God forbid, to do this ... Cynical? Yes. Shameful? No.
  9. APASUS
    APASUS 19 February 2021 12: 46
    +2
    I wish I could understand the Ministry of Defense announced that it was buying 10-20 thousand Lancet UAVs from Kalashnikov, based on the results of its use in Syria. But so far there is no confirmation and all infa is based on someone's words.
  10. Jacket in stock
    Jacket in stock 19 February 2021 13: 08
    +1
    The price question is really interesting.
  11. tralflot1832
    tralflot1832 19 February 2021 14: 29
    0
    September October, where are Russian kamikaze drones? Abrashki, too, the tower flies. And it is also interesting that they also "squeal" on approaching the target. The Barmalees probably tell the gurias what they heard in the last seconds of their lives. hi
  12. businessv
    businessv 19 February 2021 15: 26
    0
    at a speed of 80-130 kilometers per hour and hit the target, regardless of its stealth and terrain.
    This means that if suddenly the target disappeared into the hangar, it will still be hit ?! And those who see this will also be amazed at the drone's abilities! When will the speakers learn to express their thoughts competently? request The news, on the whole, is cool, otherwise it was already beginning to seem that we were hopelessly lagging behind even the Turks in the development of UAVs. good
  13. Abdula
    Abdula 19 February 2021 20: 25
    -1
    Yes, yes, and to Mars, like the Americans, they launched a Mars rover. Jews give you up for bombing the babakhs in Syria
  14. Anton Shtopany
    Anton Shtopany 19 February 2021 23: 48
    -2
    And when the cartoon is shown, they looked at the plastic model
  15. Zaurbek
    Zaurbek 20 February 2021 10: 10
    0
    Learn from the Turks in advertising ...... WHERE IS THE VIDEO APPLICATION? How will customers and the public know and believe?
  16. Skipper
    Skipper 27 May 2021 19: 20
    0
    earthen pig ... he's aardvark ... ha ha ha