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Airborne officers are studying in the Ryazan center of the airborne airborne parachute system "Crossbow-1" and "Crossbow-2"

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Airborne officers are studying in the Ryazan center of the airborne airborne parachute system "Crossbow-1" and "Crossbow-2"



More than 100 officers and instructors of the airborne service from all the units of the Russian Airborne Forces take part in the collection of the special-purpose parachute systems of the Arbalet type, the press service and information department of the Russian Defense Ministry reported.

The course of theoretical and practical preparation for the use of "Crossbows" is designed for six weeks, classes are organized on the basis of the 309-th Center for Physical Training and Survival of Airborne Forces in Ryazan. After the training camp, the instructors will train the paratroopers to jump using the “Crossbow” in their units.
During the training course, each participant must complete over 20 jumps using these parachutes. The program provides for landing in various conditions - both during the day and at night, including weapons and using cargo containers to drop cargo.




Help (according to the press service and information of the Ministry of Defense of Russia)
Parachute systems "Crossbow-1" and "Crossbow-2" are intended for jumps by parachutists-specialists of special-purpose groups and intelligence units with a set of weapons and equipment.
Training jumps with the help of "Crossbows" are made of aircraft such as An-2, An-26, An-12, Il-76 and Mi-8 helicopters.
Parachute type "Crossbow" allows you to parachute with special equipment up to 150 kilograms in the range of air temperatures from minus 35 to plus 35 degrees Celsius at the speed of the aircraft when dropping to 350 kilometers per hour. The unique characteristics of the parachute system allow you to jump from the maximum allowable heights with the parachutist moving horizontally in the air to a distance of 50 kilometers.
Currently, special-purpose parachute systems “Arbalet-1” and “Arbalet-2” are in service with special and reconnaissance units of the Airborne Forces.
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http://www.rzn.info/news/2013/1/25/instruktory-desantniki-so-vsey-rossii-osvaivayut-v-ryazani-parashyutnye-arbalety.html?yandex=1
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  1. erased
    erased 28 January 2013 09: 02 New
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    Well, we need to master a new technique. If she shows all the declared characteristics and is reliable - good luck.
    1. ShturmKGB
      ShturmKGB 28 January 2013 09: 28 New
      +1
      It is gratifying to see steps forward in all military sectors, albeit with a delay ...
  2. tronin.maxim
    tronin.maxim 28 January 2013 09: 06 New
    +1
    erased,
    Quote: erased
    Well, we need to master a new technique. If she shows all the declared characteristics and is reliable - good luck.

    Currently, special-purpose parachute systems “Arbalet-1” and “Arbalet-2” are in service with special and reconnaissance units of the Airborne Forces.
    Everything is ready, it remains only to train the main groupings of the airborne forces to fly on new wings!
    1. s1н7т
      s1н7т 28 January 2013 11: 17 New
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      Quote: tronin.maxim
      the main grouping of the airborne forces!
      , which remained "the cat cried", will "fly" by landing method, and nothing else. laughing
      In addition, the D-10 was recently introduced for the bulk of the population, and the Crossbow is clearly for "specialists" who do not really need it, because I don’t remember real DBs with parachutes.
      1. Dikremnij
        Dikremnij 28 January 2013 12: 42 New
        +1
        You are wrong, special forces need "wings" like air, and parachuting can always come in handy both in real databases and in anti-terrorist operations, if you have ever witnessed wing jumping in reality, you will understand me.
  3. Senzey
    Senzey 28 January 2013 09: 15 New
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    Finally, the troops began to supply excellent parachutes. To train specialists is not a problem.
    1. Castor oil
      Castor oil 28 January 2013 09: 29 New
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      VRO
      Quote: SenZey
      Finally, the troops began to supply excellent parachutes

      What does it mean "finally" .., Of course, technologies do not stand still, but who will turn the language of the workaholic and workhorses D-5, D-6 and PO-9 who have served faithfully and truly as junk ?! winked
      1. s1н7т
        s1н7т 28 January 2013 11: 28 New
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        Quote: Castor_ka
        but whose tongue will turn to hard workers and workhorses D-5, D-6 and PO-9, which served faithfully, is called junk ?!

        As training - yes. Reliable and easy to operate. Probably, for mass use - ideal, but it must be recognized that there will never be mass landings - it is difficult, expensive and inefficient. I don’t remember the TTX PO-9 already, but the Crossbow, apparently, will have a higher horizontal speed, which makes it possible to fly 50 km.
        1. Castor oil
          Castor oil 28 January 2013 11: 52 New
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          Quote: c1n7
          there will never be mass landings

          Never say never" wink
          Quote: c1n7
          TTX PO-9 I do not remember already, but the Crossbow, apparently, will have higher horizontal speed, which makes it possible to fly to 50 km.

          All wing parachutes have a design horizontal speed of about 130-220 km / h, so the range depends solely on the opening height, the mass of the landing, the speed and direction of the wind. smile
          1. s1н7т
            s1н7т 28 January 2013 12: 42 New
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            Quote: Castor_ka
            Quote: c1n7
            there will never be mass landings

            Never say never"


            From a long time ago it was left in my head - in order to ensure the deployment of 1 battalion per head of a real modern enemy, frontal aviation is required. Never real however laughing
            The horizontal speed (on average) of 9-11 m / s is 130-220 km / h ?!
            Shopopets, expert! laughing
            I’m embarrassed to ask - did you jump yourself?
            1. Castor oil
              Castor oil 28 January 2013 13: 01 New
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              Quote: c1n7
              Horizontal speed (average) 9-11 m / s - is 130-220 km / h?! Shopipets, expert! I’m embarrassed to ask - did you jump yourself?

              Wow, I’ve got excited with speed ... request moreover, I admit.
              But for the rest, you don’t have to be rude - you probably didn’t have any plans yet, but I’ve already collected domes at the Parachute School bully
              1. s1н7т
                s1н7т 28 January 2013 13: 15 New
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                Quote: Castor_ka
                But for the rest, you don’t have to be rude - you probably didn’t have any plans yet, but I already collected bully at the Parachute School of the Dome

                I'm not rude at all. "Shopipets, expert" - assessment of the declared knowledge of the subject, no more laughing
                I don’t argue with the rest, because laid the first dome only in 82 request
                1. Castor oil
                  Castor oil 28 January 2013 13: 24 New
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                  Quote: c1n7
                  I'm not rude at all. "Shopipets, expert" - assessment of the declared knowledge of the subject, no more I do not argue with the rest, tk. the first dome was laid only in 82

                  Shake hands? drinks
                  1. s1н7т
                    s1н7т 29 January 2013 01: 46 New
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                    Quote: Castor_ka
                    Shake hands? drinks

                    Click! drinks
                    We said - parachutist from the word "parasha", but everyone had "Record books of an athlete-parachutist" laughing
                    The army, however! laughing
      2. Senzey
        Senzey 28 January 2013 16: 40 New
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        Nobody calls these parachutes junk. At one time, I flew on many domes, starting with D-5, T-4, Ut-15, extreme purchases in our unit were made to Po-17 and Malva. You always want to jump on a more modern and controlled parachute. And if you are transferred from Po-17 to a crossbow, then this is a song. For the Airborne, by the way, they came up with a new Listch parachute, which was already written about in VO.
        1. s1н7т
          s1н7т 29 January 2013 01: 51 New
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          "As an artist to an artist" - why the heck of the current Airborne Forces parachutes? The main option will be "landing". Alas, not the time when the corps were ready to "bring the whole world to its knees" (C)
  4. APASUS
    APASUS 28 January 2013 09: 26 New
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    How annoying these mannequins are, they don’t even look like people - logs in shape!
  5. bddrus
    bddrus 28 January 2013 10: 31 New
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    The wing is more difficult to control than the dome, or rather, the dome has minimal controllability - therefore, skills are fewer, but the wing must be able to. Any paratroopers to comment?
    1. s1н7т
      s1н7т 28 January 2013 11: 45 New
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      Quote: bddrus
      controllability is minimal at the dome - therefore, skills need less, but the wing - must be able to

      D-6 series 4 is controlled in the same way as the "wing", only the speed is low - that's the whole difference. But when you fly to the forest with a wind of 14 m / s, and even from the main battery, there is almost no difference! laughing
    2. Aventurinka
      Aventurinka 28 January 2013 12: 58 New
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      There are "wings" (including the Crossbow), which are called "student wings". They are approved for use by skydivers with little experience.
      1. bddrus
        bddrus 28 January 2013 19: 16 New
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        I'm scared smile - I can only jump with a bag (this is my term)
  6. Victor
    Victor 28 January 2013 11: 24 New
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    In essence, "Crossbows" are sports wings modified to perform special tasks and, of course, they require special training, because their design is much more complicated than that of simple canopy systems. The fabric of the "wings" has a much lower air permeability coefficient than that of canopy parachutes, so the descent process on the "wings" occurs mainly due to horizontal flight and turns, spirals, when the air passes through a system of horizontal domed canopies. the ability, when thrown from a sufficient height, to produce many kilometers of horizontal displacement and land literally on a penny.
    1. s1н7т
      s1н7т 28 January 2013 12: 50 New
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      Quote: Victor
      In essence, "Crossbows" are sports wings modified for special tasks.

      Well, unless you strengthen it - sports are not designed for heavy weight, but here - equipment + GK. So probably?
      1. Letnab
        Letnab 28 January 2013 14: 23 New
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        and they are designed for heavy weight
        1. s1н7т
          s1н7т 29 January 2013 01: 54 New
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          I thought so laughing
          So where do they prepare GVA nicknames for firefighters?
    2. Dikremnij
      Dikremnij 28 January 2013 12: 50 New
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      Also, let's not forget about the tendency of the "wings" to fold in case of sharp lateral wind currents and the need to control the takeoff weight of the parachutist (I know of cases when, due to underload, the wing partially folded near the ground and a person was seriously injured when falling).
      1. Letnab
        Letnab 28 January 2013 14: 21 New
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        A system such as Vityaz with proper management does not add up, a very thoughtful machine ..
  7. Letnab
    Letnab 28 January 2013 12: 00 New
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    in our aviation protection, analogues of Crossbows and a parachute Lesnik-3 are used. The technique is good, it forgives a lot, it is very safe .. Starting this year, we begin to train the first-time parachutists-firefighters from scratch right on Lesnik-3. The reason is the lack of round parachutes such as PTL-72 or Forester. And the L-3 system allows this!
    By the way, at one time I started jumping from D-6 and D-1-5u, and Po-9 of series 2 and series 3 passed along the course of development, honestly, I don’t feel much desire to return to them after modern technology,
    1. s1н7т
      s1н7т 28 January 2013 12: 08 New
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      Quote: Letnab
      Starting this year, we begin to train the first-time firefighter paratroopers from scratch right on Lesnik-3

      In, and no fees in Ryazan! laughing
      In the army would be so!
      But that's me, dream up laughing
      By the way, where do they train instructors on VDP in forest protection?
      1. Letnab
        Letnab 28 January 2013 14: 18 New
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        We are called the instructor BCP (parachute fire brigade) DPG (airborne fire brigade), the difference in the means of delivery and the main instructor PDPS (paratrooper fire brigade). Prepare at the air bases of the air protection of the regions with a license for training. The direction for training is issued by the interested air base. Previously, there was a single service for the entire Union, now in the regions, independently ..
        1. s1н7т
          s1н7т 29 January 2013 02: 03 New
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          Thank! Old warriors, formerly instructors of the VDP in the army, are they taking?
          1. Letnab
            Letnab 2 February 2013 21: 06 New
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            you’ll laugh, but the current through the training courses for paratroopers-firefighters, their own specifics,
  8. gladiatorakz
    gladiatorakz 28 January 2013 12: 11 New
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    I would love to learn a little on Crossbow. Well done boys! Develop in everything! Glory to the Airborne Forces !!! soldier
  9. Download Do Re Mi
    Download Do Re Mi 28 January 2013 12: 35 New
    +1
    It’s a pity that there weren’t such people in my service, it would be very interesting to land from this one!