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A new radar station of Troops of the East Kazakhstan region is undergoing state tests in the Krasnodar Territory

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A new radar station of Troops of the East Kazakhstan region is undergoing state tests in the Krasnodar Territory

The radar station (RLS) of the new generation Voronezh-DM missile attack warning system, created according to the technology of high prefabrication (VZG) in the area of ​​Armavir (Krasnodar Territory), is in the final stage of preparation for interception on combat duty.

In the course of state tests, representatives of the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation carry out checks on the compliance of the specified tactical and technical characteristics of the radar complex, which provide an effective solution to the tasks of automatic detection, maintenance and determination of motion parameters of ballistic, space and aerodynamic targets.

It is planned to complete state tests of the Voronezh-DM radar by the end of this year. According to the results of the tests, the state commission will decide on the readiness of the station to enter into the combat strength of the missile attack warning system of the Aerospace Defense Forces. With a positive decision of the state commission, the deployment of Armavir radar to combat duty is planned in the first quarter of 2013.

The construction on the territory of Russia of new generation radar facilities, created by the technology of high factory readiness, is currently one of the main directions of development of the Aerospace Defense Forces. In November, 2011, by decision of the President of the Russian Federation, introduced the Voronezh-DM radar station in the Kaliningrad region into the combat composition of the Aerospace Defense Forces. In February 2012 of the Voronezh-M radar VZG of the meter range was put on combat duty in the Leningrad region, and in May, the new Voronezh-M station launched an experimental combat duty near Irkutsk.

The development plans of the missile attack warning system before 2018 provides for the construction of new radar stations of the VZG in a number of other regions of Russia. This will ensure continuous radar monitoring of all missile-prone areas from the territory of the Russian Federation.
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  1. traveler
    traveler 14 November 2012 15: 59
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    It is necessary to block that direction, just after the collapse of the USSR we are approaching the overlap of all sectors, now the loss of the Gabala radar station will not be so dangerous
    1. ShturmKGB
      ShturmKGB 14 November 2012 16: 54
      +3
      We block the most dangerous directions, then it is possible to block all approaches along the perimeter, so that the mouse could not slip through!
      1. Dinver
        Dinver 14 November 2012 17: 17
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        For me, you need to develop the lunar direction and make radar and launch mines on the moon. It would be a breakthrough, all American missile defense systems at our borders would become a simple, very expensive unnecessary toy wink And if you conduct the development and installation secretly, then this will stun the Americans no less than missiles in Cuba.
        1. Bad_gr
          Bad_gr 14 November 2012 17: 22
          +2
          Radar coverage area
          1. crazyrom
            crazyrom 14 November 2012 19: 08
            +1
            Quote: Bad_gr
            Radar coverage area

            how strange, but why not built in the Far East? After all, the United States is best seen from there?
          2. 11 black
            11 black 14 November 2012 19: 17
            +1
            Well, judging by the map, so the entire perimeter is blocked - I’d like to insert Voronezh to the Far East ...
          3. Soldier
            Soldier 15 November 2012 06: 51
            -1
            As I understand it, the main missile-dangerous direction is from the Indian Ocean and not from the Arctic. It is strange, if you take strategic bombers, it’s almost impossible to break out of there.
        2. rolik
          rolik 14 November 2012 17: 33
          +3
          Dinver What a drop dead fly fantasy !!!! )))) And still it is necessary over the Matrasia, to hang the death star. Then, it’s already for all the vorogs that the Ambets will be quick and irrevocable if they poke on us. And to send duty shifts there on pepelats to send, with blasters in holsters. drinks
          All of this would be good if it was true. Now there is a "simple" job of clearing the Augean stables after our last commanders. The territory should not only be blocked by over-the-horizon radars, but also the latest missile systems should be installed in all problem areas along the borders, and not just near Moscow.
        3. Denzel13
          Denzel13 14 November 2012 17: 50
          +3
          Yeah, and the flight time of the rocket is about 3 days - there will always be an "immediate" reaction. wassat
          1. rolik
            rolik 14 November 2012 23: 20
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            Denzel13 And the rockets will be awesomely launched with a big slingshot so that no exhaust from the nozzles can be seen from the ground soldier
        4. sir.jonn
          sir.jonn 14 November 2012 18: 38
          +1
          Quote: Dinver
          launching shafts on the moon.

          A very long distance, especially at the peak. On average, about 380 do not remember exactly.
        5. Nick
          Nick 14 November 2012 19: 06
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          Quote: Dinver
          For me, you need to develop the lunar direction and make radar and launch mines on the moon. It would be a breakthrough, all American missile defense systems at our borders would become a simple, very expensive unnecessary toy

          In the current environment, the implementation of such a project could undermine the Russian economy so that no NATO can do it. It is necessary to take into account the capabilities of the state and the feasibility of the project ...
        6. beech
          beech 14 November 2012 19: 12
          +1
          star wars))) Jedi already seem !!!
          1. Dinver
            Dinver 14 November 2012 19: 35
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            Well, I’ve cited this as an example, for a long time there were no large-scale projects, we have been doing the last 20 years that we are eliminating the mistakes of the past leadership, when at least something will be outstanding and not modernizing the old ...
            1. Ascetic
              Ascetic 14 November 2012 23: 56
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              Dinver,

              Urgently write a job application (until all places have been taken) in the newly created Advanced Research Foundation. You are given a lunar direction and go ahead to design lunar radars and orbital ICBMs (which by the way, we were already on duty but were reduced under the Amer Agreement)
        7. patsantre
          patsantre 14 November 2012 21: 51
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          Hmmm ... a fantasy played out ... if it was technically possible, the amers would have bombed these missiles and said, "Why, we knew, we thought it was aliens who wanted to attack the Earth." And what would prevent them from placing their systems Missile defense exactly at our mines on the moon? In short, 1000 and 1 reason is to consider your idea unpromising.
        8. dimon-media
          dimon-media 15 November 2012 01: 44
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          Will not work. This option will not work. Imagine the delivery of a nuclear warhead there, a carrier rocket, assembly (TAM, on the Moon), installation in a mine, well, or on the surface, as in Baikonur. Secondly, there is NO atmosphere on the Moon, and its surface is constantly bombarded by thousands of meteorites, small to large, which do not burn there, unlike the Earth’s atmosphere, and all reach the surface, which can damage all equipment. and thirdly, if in the event of war we decide to launch in America (from the moon), then the warhead will still have to enter the atmosphere gradually, along an inclined path, and not perpendicular to the horizon, so as not to burn out in the atmosphere. And given the cosmic speeds with which the charge will fly, he will have to begin to decline far beyond the states. They’ll spot it on anyone.
          P / S / Well, in general, would you dare to launch warheads from ordinary spaceports using ordinary cargo ships there? (nuclear charges) Imagine a situation with phobos soil, but only with a nuclear charge? Phobos-soil then collapsed to the ground before it reached Mars. Maybe it will not explode falling to the ground, after all, any nuclear charge has protection against abnormal operation, but somehow it's creepy .. by any means.
  2. fern
    fern 14 November 2012 16: 38
    +2
    Looks great)))
  3. Nursultan
    Nursultan 14 November 2012 16: 39
    +3
    Good news. Let the station be excellent let it surpass all technical specifications
  4. afire
    afire 14 November 2012 16: 39
    +1
    Charm, not design fellow
  5. Anxious
    Anxious 14 November 2012 16: 49
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    Now the Gabala radar station will not be able to blackmail us like that, demanding unrealistic money
  6. Yankuz
    Yankuz 14 November 2012 17: 03
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    Quote: Anxious
    Now the Gabala radar station will not be able to blackmail us like that, demanding unrealistic money

    Gabala is certainly a junk, but one must not forget that the main factor of any radar is the height of its location.
    1. rolik
      rolik 14 November 2012 17: 35
      +1
      The highest location of the radar, in geostationary orbit.
      1. 11 black
        11 black 14 November 2012 19: 19
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        Quote: rolik
        The highest location of the radar, in geostationary orbit.

        By the way, in 2015 our several satellites with AFAR want to launch into orbit
    2. sir.jonn
      sir.jonn 14 November 2012 18: 58
      +2
      Quote: Yankuz
      this is the height of its location.

      For over-the-horizon radars, the altitude is not so important; they are designed to detect ballistic missiles whose flight path passes at high altitude. If I am mistaken correct.
      .
  7. andrei332809
    andrei332809 14 November 2012 17: 49
    +1
    But does she see Turkey from Krasnodar? if so, then it is necessary to probe the Basurman territory during the tests
    1. Denzel13
      Denzel13 14 November 2012 19: 53
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      Well, yes, in Turkey there will be several divisions of very drunk Russian tourists. laughing
  8. timurpl
    timurpl 14 November 2012 18: 02
    +1
    Quote: Yankuz
    the main factor of any radar is the height of its location.

    -If so, why didn’t our wise ones build it on the CMS or in South Ossetia? After all, there are mountains and a closer and friendly population ...
  9. Hey
    Hey 14 November 2012 18: 21
    +4
    Just on the previous branch, about Rogozin, they were shouting that the private trader was bad and blaming them for nothing. Now they praise Voronezh-DM with the same zeal. But this system is made by private traders. And for this work, the creators are awarded. The president himself handed in the Kremlin.
    What is good for the country, for me it does not matter who will do it.
    And these stations are growing like mushrooms, one after another they are brought in.
    And it pleases.
  10. Rossmk
    Rossmk 14 November 2012 20: 54
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    Such an accelerated construction of such modern stations cannot but rejoice.
  11. vinnie
    vinnie 14 November 2012 22: 52
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    The picture shows the Voronezh-M over-the-horizon radar (Lekhtusi, near St. Petersburg), mid-potential ... The coverage areas in the figure for bad_gr are complete bullshit, the sizes and orientation of the sectors do not correspond to reality ... Carefully select the pictures .. But near Irkutsk (Myshelevka settlement), trial operation of the 1st sector of the high-potential "Voronezh-VP" radar began (similar to the "-M", only twice as wide as the PAR bed), the second sector of this powerful radar is under construction
  12. Optics
    Optics 14 November 2012 23: 07
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    Quote: Dinver
    Well, I’ve cited this as an example, for a long time there were no large-scale projects, we have been doing the last 20 years that we are eliminating the mistakes of the past leadership, when at least something will be outstanding and not modernizing the old ...

    Absolutely, now they don’t eliminate the errors, they are being modernized!))))

    Quote: vinni
    The picture shows the Voronezh-M over-the-horizon early warning radar (Lekhtusi, near St. Petersburg), medium potential ... The coverage areas in the figure for bad_gr are complete bullshit, the sizes and orientation of the sectors do not correspond to reality ... ...

    Cho is going on ?!)))) One citizen says in another without saying that the first one posted information that was not properly closed for open access? laughing And what is placed in the media can be copied, and if there is an error - it is not by chance and keep quiet about it ...
    1. vinnie
      vinnie 14 November 2012 23: 20
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      Have SILENCE, sir !!!! However, this information, according to an established tradition, is closed to their own citizens and completely open to the rest of the people of planet Earth ....
  13. d.gksueyjd
    d.gksueyjd 14 November 2012 23: 41
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    Off-topic comments, who dreamed of legality in the Russian Federation - Serdyukov floated out (shit * about not drowning), appointed deputy. This only confirms that the laws in the Russian Federation are intended for the people (cattle), and not for the "respected": thieves, officials, embezzlers! am
    Well, who else is there against Stalin's grandfather and his methods of educating the nomenklatura who were stealing? Continue your admiration for these "Democrats" (CHIs))
    These actions of the GDP indicate that October is necessary for the rebirth of RUSSIA!
  14. suharev-52
    suharev-52 15 November 2012 00: 04
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    It is necessary to close the northern direction. But I think this is better for specialists. Sincerely.
  15. sergskak
    sergskak 15 November 2012 00: 15
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    This is probably in exchange for Gabala? God forbid, God forbid!
  16. dimon-media
    dimon-media 15 November 2012 01: 29
    +1
    I won’t curse, but I liked the news. It is a paramount task to close the gaps in missile defense. Well done, what else to say. Finally, it came to someone with what the security of the state begins, especially the Russian state. Over the ocean they sleep and see a rising mushroom cloud above us.