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The voyage of Peter the Great: the Russian fleet returned to the waters of the Arctic

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Russian sailors have resumed their presence in the Arctic. After a long break, the crew of the nuclear-powered cruiser Peter the Great conducts military exercises in the Barents Sea. Training continues every day. Marines and pilots work out joint actions.

Somewhere deep in the lead fog of the Barents Sea, the heavy nuclear cruiser Peter the Great slows down almost to zero. The crew of the ship is built on the helicopter deck. Lined up to pay tribute to the memory of the sailors who died here during the years of the Great Patriotic War and in peacetime. The last tragedy that occurred in these waters is the death of the Kursk nuclear submarine. In complete silence, the wreath is lowered into the water. A warship gives a farewell horn. “Naval traditions will remain forever,” says Arkady Mogilevets, deputy ship commander for work with personnel. “It is very important for us to remember those comrades who are no longer with us.”

"Peter the Great" again falls on the same course and is gaining momentum. The atomic cruiser continues its march, each day rising higher in the latitudes of the Arctic Ocean. Behind - more than a thousand nautical miles. All this time, the voyage was accompanied by sharply changeable weather, rolling, strong wind. And yet the crew’s work on this huge ship proceeds according to a well-defined plan.

By alarm, in a matter of minutes, it is put on alert and the deck rises into the air aviationK-27 helicopters. This is their first take-off from the deck of a cruiser here in the Arctic. “Deck aviation did not fly in such latitudes for a very long time. We met a lot of new things,” says Andrei Vrublevsky, commander of the aviation group. Takeoffs and landings take hours. All this time, the Marine Corps is working out fire cover for the helicopter landing site. Landing loading and instant take-off. Over and over again, commanders get their subordinates to be fully automatic. The exercises of various units take place literally every day. "The exercises on air defense, anti-submarine defense, on the application weapons, the use of technical equipment ", - explains Vladislav Malakhovsky, the commander of" Peter the Great ".

And yet on this formidable cruiser there is a place for quite peaceful, even domestic things. Here, for example, the big cleaning of the ship. Yes, so that all the copper or brass parts literally sparkled. Or the case with midshipman Andrei Prokhorov. When he was already at sea, a message came from the shore that he had a daughter. Congratulations and gave gifts to the whole crew. After the holiday dinner, Andrew recalls how he wanted to take the spouse from the maternity hospital himself, to take the daughter first. But service is service. “It's okay. On the shore, I have a mother, friends,” says Andrei. “And my days will run even faster, bringing the moment when I will see my beloved wife and child.”

The expedition to the Arctic of the Peter the Great nuclear missile cruiser is the actual return of the Russian naval fleet into a strategic area important for Russia. And, according to the naval doctrine, warships under the flag of St. Andrew will now be present here permanently.
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  1. spender
    spender 17 September 2012 10: 34
    +14
    Already the headline by its "swimming" completely killed wassat Further more, the novelist wrote the usual news with an inevitable deviation in the lyrics laughing
    The constant presence in the Arctic is really a sensible idea, otherwise there are too many hunters there to "put a paw", it is necessary to "beat periodically" on these paws winked
    1. Armata
      Armata 17 September 2012 10: 36
      +4
      Quote: spender

      Already the headline by its "swimming" completely killed

      Don’t pay attention. This was a purely civilian reporting. And they have something to swim, what to walk, swimming, what a hike.
      1. nycsson
        nycsson 17 September 2012 10: 59
        +1
        It is high time! The place must be staked out properly! good
        1. spender
          spender 17 September 2012 11: 10
          0
          Bugaga !!! The morning began on the collective farm laughing rebuttals have gone winked

          Sevmash: Data on the failure of Vikramaditya trials are clearly exaggerated

          17 September 2012, 10: 56

          Severodvinsk-based Sevmash enterprises denied media reports that seven out of eight steam boilers were out of order on the Vikramaditya aircraft carrier (the former Russian aircraft carrier cruiser Admiral Gorshkov).

          «The information circulated by one of the publications about unsuccessful sea trials of an aircraft carrier is clearly exaggerated. The ship has not yet returned from testing at the dock. After his return and checking the condition of the chassis, it will be possible to draw the first conclusions", - said the representative of the enterprise, Interfax reports.

          According to him, the figures given on the number of failed steam boilers are “exaggerated”, and the conclusions about the failure to meet the terms of the Indian order are “premature”.

          The interlocutor noted that Rosoboronexport is responsible for the timing of the execution of the Indian contract for the modernization of the Admiral Gorshkov aircraft carrier.

          In turn, in Rosoboronexport did not comment on the situation with the tests of the aircraft carrier, explaining that to say that the deadline for the delivery of Vikramaditya to the customer may be disrupted, incorrectly until the situation is clarified.
      2. klimpopov
        klimpopov 17 September 2012 11: 22
        +1
        You know I am also "purely civil" - but from childhood I know what swims and what walks ...
        1. Mikado
          Mikado 17 September 2012 13: 02
          +1
          Come on, if you yourself are a naval officer and blurt out "swam" among the officers, you may be subject to obstruction. And having heard such an expression from civilians, they will react normally to it, if the officers themselves are normal, of course. The author was a civilian, he wrote, of course, not only for military people.
      3. crazyrom
        crazyrom 17 September 2012 20: 12
        0
        Quote: Steam Train
        And they have something to swim, what to walk, swimming, what a hike.


        Of course, I agree that everything should be called with the correct words, I know that many sailors are even offended if someone civilian calls their ship a ship. But this time, I don’t like the word walking, it evokes associations “walking in big ways” or, in general, “for myself”. Are there no other words for "moving on water"?
    2. Drednout
      Drednout 17 September 2012 11: 59
      +1
      Everything is very simple: the ship is sailing, and the sailors are sailing! (according to the logic of the author)
      In the Antarctic, too, it would not hurt to sometimes appear, but everything has its time.
      1. Per se.
        Per se. 17 September 2012 17: 45
        0
        Traditions are a stubborn thing, but if the combat swimmers say that only HAVNO swims, I think they will be very offended. Probably, it’s not necessary to stick out something that is somehow good for gaining authority among the salag, especially those who were listed in the PLAVSOSTAVA, who even went around the world. I hope that you understand correctly, and no offense.
  2. Armata
    Armata 17 September 2012 10: 35
    +2
    Good news. I wonder where is my 077 now? In principle, it should be there.
    1. Vasily79
      Vasily79 17 September 2012 11: 20
      +1
      Quote: Steam Train
      I wonder where is my 077 now?

      Hello, Eugene. Your BDK-077 Relight?
      1. Armata
        Armata 17 September 2012 11: 32
        +1
        Quote: Vasily79
        Hello Evgeny, your BDK-077 Peresvet

        Good afternoon, Vasily. Wrong key 088 "Marshal Ustinov" laughing Thank you for correcting.
        1. andrei332809
          andrei332809 17 September 2012 11: 37
          +2
          paravozu.
          Hello. the cruiser Ustinov? "grin of socialism"?
          1. Armata
            Armata 17 September 2012 11: 41
            +2
            Quote: andrei332809
            Hello. the cruiser Ustinov? "grin of socialism"?
            Hello. Yes, he is.
            1. andrei332809
              andrei332809 17 September 2012 11: 47
              +1
              take a crab. just wondering, what is the rocket on the Ustinov, what is still on the Petra? or do they go with empty launchers?
              1. Armata
                Armata 17 September 2012 11: 56
                +2
                Quote: andrei332809
                take the crab.
                Thank. Well, in 88-91 we went in combat gear. I remember they didn’t really want to launch us in Norfolk. Now I don’t know, after 91 I lost most of my contacts.
                1. andrei332809
                  andrei332809 17 September 2012 12: 00
                  +1
                  I just know for sure that products have not been manufactured since the 90th year. in 95-96 the arsenals were already 3/4 empty. and carriers for such complexes are enough
              2. PLO
                PLO 17 September 2012 12: 00
                +3
                photo from the air base
                September 2008
                Ustinov

                1. komTMG
                  komTMG 17 September 2012 12: 12
                  +2
                  In January 98, I participated in the Inter-Naval Crossing Baltiysk Severomorsk. Then I first understood what the BS-5 is. 9 points in the North Sea and clogged ST-500. And a burning stern gland. And deenergizing. And one turbine from 6. Uf.Molody we were))))
                  1. Armata
                    Armata 17 September 2012 12: 21
                    +2
                    Oh, where is she now a thunderstorm and the strength of the Soviet fleet.
                    Quote: komTMG
                    Then for the first time I understood what warhead-5 is.
                    Warhead-5 is always in battle drinks
                    1. komTMG
                      komTMG 17 September 2012 12: 33
                      +1
                      Yes sir. BC-5 STRENGTH wink drinks
  3. Lech e-mine
    Lech e-mine 17 September 2012 10: 35
    +1
    Good luck to the sailors in this matter. Although the hot heads of fans of no-fly zones in the WEST would cool by their presence.
  4. saturn.mmm
    saturn.mmm 17 September 2012 10: 39
    +5
    Seven feet under the keel "Peter the Great" and I join in the congratulations addressed to warrant officer Andrey Prokhorov.
  5. andrei332809
    andrei332809 17 September 2012 10: 42
    +3
    This news, of course, is good. But "Petrusha" could not leave alone. Why are they silent about the others?
    1. nycsson
      nycsson 17 September 2012 11: 01
      +1
      Quote: andrei332809
      This news, of course, is good. But "Petrusha" could not leave alone. Why are they silent about the others?

      I think that some kind of "fish" swims under it and not only ours !!!
  6. Trailer
    Trailer 17 September 2012 10: 44
    +1
    "The trip to the Arctic of the nuclear-powered missile cruiser Peter the Great is the actual return of the Russian Navy to a strategically important area for Russia."

    This is an actual indicator that the most powerful ships of our fleet, of those that are able to go into the waters of the Arctic, were assembled in the USSR. And with the assembly of modern conquerors of the Arctic, so far only graphics and promises!
    1. komTMG
      komTMG 17 September 2012 12: 19
      +1
      Well, they completed it in the Baltics in the middle of the 90s. Under Yeltsin. Then thanks to Peter, the factory did not bend. Although there was an accident on it. Workers died on time running. October 27, 1998.
      http://www.rususa.com/news/news.asp-nid-22909
  7. NickitaDembelnulsa
    NickitaDembelnulsa 17 September 2012 10: 46
    +1
    And when did we stop appearing in Artik?
  8. with
    with 17 September 2012 10: 46
    +2
    Marines and pilots work out joint actions.

    Takeoffs and landings take hours. All this time, the Marine Corps is working out the fire cover of the helicopter landing site. Landing loading and instant take-off. Over and over again, commanders get their actions completely automatic from subordinates. The exercises of various units take place literally every day.


    Enemies will not pass ...
  9. ShturmKGB
    ShturmKGB 17 September 2012 10: 47
    +2
    A beautiful ship, here the author indulged in lyrical feelings, succumbing to the charm of a handsome man ...)
  10. Retx
    Retx 17 September 2012 10: 53
    +1
    2 of such handsome men are standing at the berths ... They are waiting in the wings.
    1. nycsson
      nycsson 17 September 2012 11: 00
      +5
      Quote: RETX
      2 of such handsome men are standing at the berths ... They are waiting in the wings.

      They urgently need to be modernized and operational! Glory to the god of mind was enough to not populate them in scrap metal!
      1. Retx
        Retx 17 September 2012 11: 09
        0
        This is what they are doing now. We have a budget surplus in our country - money has been allocated, work is underway, BUT ... Nakhimov is more or less healthy, working with him to the fullest, but Lazarev and Ushakov got it recourse Much remains to be done, the main thing is that they are not forgotten !!! good
        1. PLO
          PLO 17 September 2012 11: 15
          +2
          But is it necessary?

          All right, Nakhimov will be the flagship at the Pacific Fleet, but why reanimate the rest from a half-dead state when there is no normal escort for them, such ships should not go alone

          and a complete modernization with the replacement of all weapons, the nuclear power plant is comparable to the construction of a new ship
          Really more efficient from Ukraine to buy Ukraine)

          striking power is almost the same but much cheaper
          1. Nickname
            Nickname 17 September 2012 11: 23
            +2
            Recently there was an article that they allocated 5 billion to Nakhimov. But the rest are most likely to needles. Well, another wrecking. If it’s expensive to reanimate, then new ones need to be built. As one of the admirals said that the cost of eagles compared to the resources of the Arctic is a penny
            1. nycsson
              nycsson 17 September 2012 12: 49
              +1
              Quote: Nickname
              As one of the admirals said that the cost of eagles compared to the resources of the Arctic is a penny

              These are the golden words! Miser pays twice!
          2. Retx
            Retx 17 September 2012 11: 28
            +1
            What about time? This resource is more expensive than oil and diamonds! Escort build much faster than larger ships. We have shipyards for them, we have resources, we must do everything together and at once: build frigates and corvettes and at the same time modernize and restore the legacy of the USSR (not only ships, but also shipyards, workshops, moorings, etc.)
            Sell ​​and smash this barbarism.
            1. PLO
              PLO 17 September 2012 11: 46
              0
              build much faster than larger ships.

              to build large ships of this type in / and in more than 20 thousand tons is currently stupid

              10 thousand tons limit, not worth it above (naturally this does not apply to aircraft carriers)

              to slowly commission Nakhimov, if you really want to, then you can upgrade Ukraine, and all other capacities for the construction of frigates and destroyers

              naturally all IMHO
          3. Snake831
            Snake831 17 September 2012 11: 30
            +1
            I think that "Eagles" are the most powerful strike cruisers in the world. I think that even with a minimal escort group, she is able to withstand the AUG. Even if I'm wrong, we need such ships! breakthrough weapons!
            1. PLO
              PLO 17 September 2012 11: 38
              +1
              unfortunately cannot alone
              if he gets close to the launch distance, he can provide himself with a missile defense system at least with the help of some ka-25rts or its modern reincarnation, then he will give a light to the whole AUG, but after that he will become helpless, and the chance of getting close to the launch distance and the salvo power of the submarines like Antei much more.

              By the way, Granites were designed specifically for Anteyev, they came to Orlans as a result of difficult vicissitudes in the fate of this project
              1. nycsson
                nycsson 17 September 2012 12: 51
                0
                Quote: olp
                unfortunately cannot alone

                So they will swim together!
                1. PLO
                  PLO 17 September 2012 15: 23
                  0
                  well for starters still walk

                  Yes, and together TARKRam do not need to go
                  it will look much more effective in conjunction with Kuznetsov if he is made normal deck-mounted AWACS for TsU granites

                  and if you give them the upgraded BOD project 1155 (of which there are 4 each in the Pacific Fleet and Northern Fleet), or project 1164 RKR and a couple of Anteyev, you will get a powerful AUG that can grind any AUG of Americans (one on one), due to more the best RCC


                  so personally, I only FOR if they put Nakhimov into operation, leave Gorshkov (now Vikramadatya) and send them to serve in the Pacific Fleet, but do not get carried away, because Ushakov and Lazarev will already become a burden

                  although on the other hand, of course, you need to keep the word, it seems like we have already agreed with the Indians and break off them now more expensively, its reputation is more expensive

                  uh .. dream well hi
          4. nycsson
            nycsson 17 September 2012 12: 33
            0
            Quote: olp
            such ships should not go alone

            They were created to go it alone, and American aircraft carriers needed escort .......
            Quote: olp
            and a complete modernization with the replacement of all weapons, the nuclear power plant is comparable to the construction of a new ship

            The fact of the matter is that we are unlikely to build such a new one.
            1. PLO
              PLO 17 September 2012 12: 42
              0
              They were created to walk alone

              who he just did not create in 36 years

              if you are interested in the fate of this project, you can read the article cited in this thread, p. 1, post 2 and more, just read carefully, the article is very interesting

              http://forums.airbase.ru/2002/05/t20085--atomnye-paketnye-kpejsepy-ppoekta-1144.
              html
              1. nycsson
                nycsson 17 September 2012 12: 51
                0
                Quote: olp
                if you are interested in the fate of this project, you can read the article cited in this thread, p. 1, post 2 and more, just read carefully, the article is very interesting

                OK! I'll read it now!
        2. nycsson
          nycsson 17 September 2012 12: 31
          +2
          Quote: RETX
          This is what they are doing now.

          Quote: RETX
          We have a budget surplus in our country - money has been allocated, work is underway, BUT ...

          I also heard information that they will be commissioned! Thank God! Thank you Soviet hardening!
          Quote: RETX
          Nakhimov is more or less alive and healthy, they work with him to the fullest, but Lazarev and Ushakov got a recourse. Much remains to be done, the main thing is that they are not forgotten !!!

          Nothing! I think they’ll come up with something! Will be repaired! I will sincerely hope for this! good
      2. Su24
        Su24 17 September 2012 11: 34
        +1
        It seems that only Nakhimov and Peter will be modernized, the rest will write off.
        1. Retx
          Retx 17 September 2012 11: 39
          +1
          They are therefore decommissioned. People’s hand doesn’t rise to cut them, even among thieves and traitors.
          News in 2011 wrote a good article:
          http://izvestia.ru/news/501209
          PS A budget surplus though.
          1. PLO
            PLO 17 September 2012 11: 52
            0
            They are therefore decommissioned. People’s hand doesn’t rise to cut them, even among thieves and traitors.

            not yet, they are part of the fleet, as if in reserve, in fact, sucks

            IMHO, the right decision,
            Peter the Great and Nakhimov as flagships on the Federation Council and Pacific Fleet will look just fine
            1. skiff-xnumx
              skiff-xnumx 18 September 2012 06: 24
              0
              I'll clarify a little. Kirov has been written off for a long time. A breakdown of the turbo-gear unit occurred on it. Has not gone to sea since 1990. Its modernization is not cost-effective as it entails colossal costs. But Lazarev is in the fleet, is in a layover (reserve category 1). The ship is fully combat-ready, only the weapons of the early 80s. There is only one problem at the Pacific Fleet there is nowhere to reload the reactor core, but how to deliver it to Severodvinsk is a big question. So it turns out that we will have only two "Orlans", at best three. But I hope for a miracle and I think that everything will be restored.
              1. PLO
                PLO 18 September 2012 11: 27
                0
                But Lazarev in the fleet, to be in a sludge (reserve category 1). The ship is quite combat-ready, only weapons of the early 80s.

                combat ready ?!
                look at this topic, p. 12, post 2 onwards

                http://forums.airbase.ru/2007/05/t55373,12--modernizatsiya-raketnogo-krejsera-ad
                miral-nakhimov.html
                1. skiff-xnumx
                  skiff-xnumx 19 September 2012 03: 46
                  0
                  Do you think Nakhimov or Kirov is in the best condition. The essence of my post is that Lpzarev can be restored need money and desire, but Kirov apparently does not.
        2. Sokol peruna
          Sokol peruna 17 September 2012 11: 43
          +1
          Su24
          It seems that only Nakhimov and Peter will be modernized, the rest will write off.

          If already the head of the department of the state defense order of the USC Anatoly Shlemov voiced the cancellation of Kirov and Lazarev, then any questions about their repair + modernization disappear.
  11. Sasha 19871987
    Sasha 19871987 17 September 2012 11: 00
    +1
    Yes, the Arctic must be kept anyway ...
  12. volcano
    volcano 17 September 2012 11: 11
    +3
    Good news.
    I would say more CORRECT
    The Arctic must be protected in any way ...
    I would generally consider creating an Arctic squadron ... as part of the Northern Fleet.
    Maybe even special warships with adaptation to ice and low temperatures ...... And then we are always catching up ........ Now many may say, why?
    And in 5-10 years it will turn out that the United States is already launching such water and getting ready to bring democracy to the penguins ... and their base in Alaska ... then we will catch it ...
    And it is necessary earlier ..... it is in my opinion it would not be silly at all.
    1. Retx
      Retx 17 September 2012 11: 35
      0
      The Arctic is basically an arena for submarine forces and, accordingly, destroyers and aviation. This is a very hot spot for aircraft carriers, our naval aviation can arrange a St. Bartholomew's night for the entire NATO in the region. The bet on Ash is correct.
    2. bddrus
      bddrus 17 September 2012 17: 54
      0
      there are no penguins)) some loons))
  13. baltika-18
    baltika-18 17 September 2012 11: 13
    0
    Of the four Orlans, pr.1144, only one is in service. "Admiral Nakhimov" is undergoing modernization, according to the plan it should end in 2017, "Admiral Ushakov" -2020, "Admiral Lazarev" is a question. This is what is good, but not enough ...
    1. Sergh
      Sergh 17 September 2012 17: 47
      0
      1.09.2012
      Anatoly Shlemov, head of the defense procurement department of the United Shipbuilding Corporation (OSK), said that the decision to begin repair and modernization of the Admiral Nakhimov nuclear missile cruiser (project 1144, Orlan code) will be made in September, this year 5 billion rubles.
      “In the state defense order (state defense order) there are 5 billion rubles for these purposes. But in order to “disclose” this article, it is necessary to sign the relevant documents, ”said Shlemov.
      According to him, the decision to start modernization, including in terms of increasing combat potential, has not yet been made. “This issue was submitted to the state defense order for 2012, a decision on it should be taken in September,” said Shlemov. (LOOK.RU)

  14. rpek32
    rpek32 17 September 2012 11: 46
    +1
    I read the title, A Thousand Devils, the author involuntarily created the impression that our entire fleet is "Peter" ...
  15. Butterfly net
    Butterfly net 17 September 2012 12: 30
    0
    It would be better if 10 diesel submarines were commissioned than by the ears of the cruiser to pull.
    Cruisers aircraft carriers last century. With modern detection tools and anti-ship missiles, they will become targets like battleships during the Second World War. Ash from a range of 600 km can shoot 32 missiles at the AUG and go on its own, as well as 10 missile carriers will not send the whole AUG to the bottom but will be damaged for a long time. Somewhere recently I read that we are going to build aircraft carriers, are they needed by Russia? Amerikosy understand Iraq Afghanistan and other backward oil countries to bomb, Korea, Taiwan, Japan support, but why should we use them? One tens of billions stands in modern naval warfare 0 and is useless for Russia, it’s nowhere to use the furthest territories of the Kuril Islands there and without aircraft carriers, defense can be organized, more coastal aviation of RCC submarines and small vessels. In general, about aircraft carriers, the Americans are telling us that this is the best naval weapon of the second world horseradish there 1) submarines 2) coastal aviation 3) aircraft carriers. Now the first missiles will be occupied and the aircraft carriers will shift by 4
    1. Sober
      Sober 18 September 2012 09: 12
      0
      Quote: Net
      Cruisers aircraft carriers last century



      killed on the spot! so there is a difference between an aircraft carrier and an aircraft carrier cruiser. further means that an aircraft carrier. that an aircraft carrier cruiser is a very formidable force! as a rule, more precisely, aircraft carriers always go in a cover group with anti-submarine assets, air defense / missile defense + the aircraft carrier itself carries 40 aircraft with a flight range of 1500-2000 km! + submarines go to cover everything! the whole thing is called AUG, and there is also AUS, aircraft carriers + 1 (2,3,4 ...) + additional cover forces! If we take an aircraft carrying cruiser, then the number of covering forces can be reduced, because the aircraft carrying cruiser itself can stand up for itself!

      means RCC, right? Do you know a lot of anti-ship missiles that shoot at 1500 km? taking into account the guard ships, how many anti-ship missiles do you need to hit a ship? as for the detection means, well, in general on aircraft carriers there is all kinds of equipment there in the form of unmanned reconnaissance ... with modern means of detecting AUGs in the black ... then RCCs are already guarding AUGs well and, as a rule, to destroy an aircraft carrier you need not 1 racket, but as a rule, up to several hundred, that would break through its protection, and that would break through it, it is necessary to protect it, destroy it! it will also be necessary, preferably, to be the first to discover the goals and it is desirable that they would let you come up! over in the coastal zone to destroy this thing will be easier than in the open ocean, but still very difficult!

      what do you think that defense is a sitting outside the walls and that’s it? any wall will be broken sooner or later, so even in defense you need to be able to attack! aircraft carriers are good both in attack and in defense!

      you really are a butterfly net, you didn’t even bother to get acquainted with what you mean here!

      and Peter the Great, like other cruisers of these types, is generally a separate issue.

      And the name of the country is written with a capital letter, to hell with other countries, but Russia is spelled that way!
      1. Butterfly net
        Butterfly net 18 September 2012 16: 12
        0
        I didn’t kill you.
        that an aircraft carrier. that an aircraft carrier cruiser is a very formidable force! as a rule, more precisely, aircraft carriers always go in a cover group with anti-submarine assets, air defense / missile defense + the aircraft carrier itself carries from itself 40 aircraft, the flight range of which is 1500-2000 km! + submarines go to cover everything! the whole thing is called AUG, and there is also AUS, aircraft carriers + 1 (2,3,4 ...) + additional cover forces!
        About 12 ships worth about 40 billion rubles are not rubles.
        Do you know a lot of anti-ship missiles that shoot at 1500 km?
        Why exactly 1500km? what is the magic number? You probably mean that within a radius of 1500 km, planes and submarines enter the detection zone and can be attacked? so NEs, for example, live in this zone and do not die immediately, but also fight. Soviet RCCs still shooting at 600-700 km have a speed of 3 mach at the target and go at low altitude, so the chances of overcoming air defense are high, now they’ll develop hypersonic airplanes at 7max they think air defense will pass without problems.
        as for the detection means, well, in general on aircraft carriers there is all kinds of equipment there in the form of unmanned reconnaissance ... with modern means of detecting AUGs in the black ... further on, anti-ship missiles are already guarding AUGs well and usually
        Something you have here is inaudible to put it more clearly.
        to destroy an aircraft carrier, not 1 racket is needed, but as a rule up to several hundred, it would break through its guards, but to break through it, you need it — this is protection, destroy!
        So consider the 40 billion worth of AUG. Virginia with 12 missiles (there will be 32 missiles on ash) 2.4 is standing, divide 40 / 2.4 = 16.6
        16 * 12 = 192 missiles, provided that every third 64 missiles fly by, it’s enough not only to incapacitate but also to drown most of the carts.
        over in the coastal zone to destroy this thing will be easier than in the open ocean, but still very difficult!
        Diesel submarines, missile boats and coastal aviation are much lighter in the coastal zone.
        what do you think that defense is a sitting outside the walls and that’s it? any wall will be broken sooner or later, so even in defense you need to be able to attack! aircraft carriers are good both in attack and in defense!
        Describe in more detail how, while sitting on the defensive, attack an aircraft carrier and why aircraft carriers are so good in defense.
        you really are a butterfly net, you didn’t even bother to get acquainted with what you mean here!
        So you are a specialist and explain to me what goals as part of our Navy aircraft carriers will fulfill? And it’s a shame not to even know where a lot of folk money will go 13.5 billion dollars apiece? escort ships are also needed. Maybe we are also going to bomb Iraq? Or attack Hawaii to arrange these reptiles pearl harbor.
        And the name of the country is written with a capital letter, to hell with other countries, but Russia is spelled that way!
        I’ll tell you the beginning of the line too.
        1. Sober
          Sober 18 September 2012 19: 33
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          here nonsense here inflicted)))

          well, I don’t know .. deer here to write out .... for now, the article is already an ancient button accordion http://www.modernarmy.ru/article/73 + modern developments, you’ll think of it yourself ...