The first use of a Russian offshore unmanned boat in the North-West area is reported

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The first use of a Russian offshore unmanned boat in the North-West area is reported

It became known about the first use during a special military operation of naval drone- "kamikaze" of Russian design. Uncrewed boats of this type are created in the Tula region. In fact this weapon becomes a response for the troops of the Kyiv regime, which has decided that the use of naval drones is the exclusive prerogative of the Armed Forces of Ukraine/GUR.

The Russian BEC successfully hit a coastal target using explosives weighing up to 250 kg on board.







It is reported that at the moment the maximum practical range of use of the Russian BEC is 250 km. And this is at base load. By reducing the load and/or increasing the volume of the tanks, such a marine drone is capable of covering more than 300 km through water.

Video of the channel “Beyond the Fogs”:



Such unmanned systems can be used to carry out attacks on enemy targets and infrastructure both at sea and on the coast. In addition, kamikaze drones can be used to inflict fire on targets in the beds of large rivers.

Military experts believe that Russian BECs are capable of operating effectively against the port infrastructure through which the Kiev regime transships weapons, equipment and ammunition.
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  1. +10
    14 May 2024 06: 50
    “The Russian BEC successfully hit a coastal target using explosives weighing up to 250 kg on board” -

    - “God grant not the last!” ...
    1. +3
      14 May 2024 07: 38
      It became known about the first use of a Russian-developed naval kamikaze drone during a special military operation.

      Has it really happened? Now - shall we catch up and overtake?
      Well, if Rambovich doesn’t let you down! Yes
      In the meantime, we will consider 250 km as a trial version.
      1. +1
        14 May 2024 09: 27
        we assume
        attack on a bridge in the town of Zatoka, Odessa region. In the footage below, which is dated February 10, 2023 (at least, this is the inscription displayed on the footage from the CCTV camera), you can see how an object is approaching the bridge through the water at a fairly high speed. As soon as he finds himself directly under the bridge, an explosion follows. https://topwar.ru/210728-v-seti-opublikovany-kadry-s-atakoj-mosta-v-zatoke-pod-odessoj-s-pomoschju-morskogo-bespilotnika.html
    2. +9
      14 May 2024 09: 24
      Quote: Vladimir Vladimirovich Vorontsov
      “The Russian BEC successfully hit a coastal target using explosives weighing up to 250 kg on board” -

      - “God grant not the last!” ...

      I agree with you. But, it seems to me, it was in vain that the message about the appearance of naval drones in the Russian Armed Forces got into the media.
      This had to be kept secret.
      In the port of Odessa there are many ships unloading that have delivered weapons to the Outskirts, this is the target for these drones. A ship exploded in the port - no, no, we don’t know, the Russian Armed Forces have nothing to do with this. And a message appeared in the media - Ukrainian partisans blew up a ship with ammunition for the Ukrainian Armed Forces. I think that would be right.
  2. +10
    14 May 2024 06: 51
    Good news! More of these!
    1. +2
      14 May 2024 08: 19
      Footage of testing a Russian BEC with a declared range of up to 250 km and a warhead weight of 250 kg (with plans to increase to 350 kg).

      It is stated that the kamikaze boat is equipped with modern satellite modules, as well as an inertial navigation system based on compass deviation.
      1. +8
        14 May 2024 08: 26
        As I understand it, Odessa should prepare.
      2. +2
        14 May 2024 10: 37
        That's why he didn't swim 15 meters to the object and rushed off prematurely?
        1. 0
          14 May 2024 10: 55
          BEC test. Should it blow up the bank? Maybe it was blown up on purpose at the right moment.
          1. +1
            14 May 2024 11: 49
            There was another boat standing there and along the way it was heading towards it... but didn’t get there.
  3. +5
    14 May 2024 06: 52
    Russian BECs are capable of operating effectively against port infrastructure
    The thing is necessary and effective!
    1. +4
      14 May 2024 06: 59
      Quote: Uncle Lee
      Russian BECs are capable of operating effectively against port infrastructure
      The thing is necessary and effective!
      Ukrainians still stubbornly call “Gerani” “Shaheds” and firmly believe that Iran supplies them to us.
      I wouldn’t be surprised at all if they start a song about these people, that they are being brought to us from North Korea. It will happen to them - they love to invent rotten “sensations”...
      1. +4
        14 May 2024 07: 52
        I believe North Korean sea drones will be more powerful than ours. In March 2023, the DPRK tested unmanned underwater drones "Hiel" ("tsunami" in Korean) capable of carrying a nuclear warhead.
        Little is known about these weapons and their characteristics, but these underwater drones were demonstrated at a military parade in Pyongyang last year. The country's state media claim that these devices are capable of penetrating enemy waters undetected and causing powerful explosions there.
        1. 0
          15 May 2024 00: 18
          Only North Korea does not have a developed satellite constellation to control these drones, and without real-time control they are ineffective
      2. 0
        14 May 2024 09: 30
        Quote: Zoldat_A
        Ukrainians still stubbornly call “Gerani” “Shaheds” and firmly believe that Iran supplies them to us.

        And listen to MO Belousov, what he says about this.
        1. +3
          14 May 2024 09: 43
          Quote: Krasnoyarsk
          And listen to MO Belousov, what he says about this.
          I heard.
          Our oil and gas, which reached Europe (and Ukraine) through outbids, become “molecules of freedom.” As if not Russian.
          So what kind of “Geraniums” are “Shaheds” if they are not even a “screwdriver assembly”, but just a bunch of microcircuits in a container? From which you can assemble a “Geranium”, or a washing machine or a car alarm.
      3. +4
        14 May 2024 09: 43
        It is possible to assume that we have established parallel imports of unmanned boats from the UK. laughing
        1. +3
          14 May 2024 09: 48
          Quote: Sergey39
          It is possible to assume that we have established parallel imports of unmanned boats from the UK. laughing
          You, Sergey, with such proposals... Keep it down... What if Ukraine hasn’t thought of this yet? And they will hear you - and tomorrow Zelensky will say about this that “intelligence reported to him accurately.”
          lol
  4. +8
    14 May 2024 06: 53
    Very correct, because it sucks!
    Let them close Ukrainian shipping...
  5. +8
    14 May 2024 06: 54
    If you run up the Dnieper, then a fur-bearing animal will come to the bridges. Technically, that’s it, now we just need to make a decision.
    1. +8
      14 May 2024 07: 05
      To undermine bridge supports, the warhead of such a boat requires not 250 kg, but 2-3 tons. This is if we talk about large bridges across the Dnieper.
      It is also desirable that the warhead is not just a high-explosive one, but, for example, an impact core
      1. 0
        14 May 2024 07: 48
        What if it’s not TNT, but plastid?
        1. +5
          14 May 2024 07: 59
          What if it’s not TNT, but plastid?
          What will this fundamentally change? The same nitroglycerin has a TNT equivalent of 1.54. Hexogen has 1.3-1.6. HMX has 1.7. Well, instead of 3 tons it would take 2 tons for the same effect. or so.
          Detonating 250 kg in the surface position at the bridge support will slightly scratch it and smoke it. All the energy of the explosion will go into the sky.
          1. -2
            14 May 2024 08: 01
            What if it’s a directed explosion? By type of cumulative jet?
            1. +3
              14 May 2024 08: 05
              What if it’s a directed explosion? By type of cumulative jet?
              I just wrote that a land mine is simply less effective than a directed explosion. In this case, to crush massive reinforced concrete support bulls, something like an impact core would be suitable. Taking into account a very massive warhead, which contains a couple of tons of explosives.
              A simple shaped charge has a small jet diameter and therefore reduced efficiency. There, it is not necessary to make a hole the size of 3 fingers in the support, but to crush a very large monolith as much as possible into crushed stone.
              1. +1
                14 May 2024 14: 43
                The impact core depends on the shape and DIAMETER of the charge (not counting the metal of formation of the core), can you imagine the form factor of this charge of 2 tons of explosive material for the appearance of the core? Rather directional... According to the classics - NW, it is better to be backed up (as in the bridges of Switzerland - in advance) or, in the case of a drone - underwater (must first sink) - the water will work as a pseudo-reflector... And using the coefficients it’s cool to calculate the abr-cube in execution ICL-20...:-) 777
                1. +1
                  14 May 2024 17: 33
                  Dear, we are discussing a BEC, not a pre-mined object.
                  I can imagine the form factor of such an impact core (charge). It’s just that above they propose using a firecracker of 250 kg of land mine to ram a reinforced concrete monolith of a bridge support with the size and weight of a 5-story building. Right on the surface of the water. Without any diving or other actions that increase the effectiveness of the attack.
            2. +1
              14 May 2024 11: 40
              Quote: Ivan 1980
              What if it’s a directed explosion?

              What if Captain Sergei is invited with a container ship? lol
          2. Egg
            +3
            14 May 2024 08: 49
            Quote: abrakadabre
            Detonating 250 kg in the surface position at the bridge support will slightly scratch it and smoke it. All the energy of the explosion will go into the sky.

            why damage the support? at the right moment, such an explosion will simply throw the span off its support, or at least move it, which will prevent the retreating dill from escaping or sending up reinforcements. The damage to the bridge is not fatal; after this, our restoration will be carried out quite quickly.
            1. +1
              14 May 2024 17: 23
              How can an explosion of 250 kg at water level throw off the span of a bridge that is located 15-20 meters above the water (if not more) and weighs I don’t even know how much?.. 300-500 tons, or even more.
              1. Egg
                +1
                14 May 2024 17: 28
                Quote: abrakadabre
                How can an explosion of 250 kg at water level throw off a bridge span that is located 15-20 meters above the water (if not more) and weighs I don’t even know how much?

                blast wave reflected from the surface of the water. 250 kg, and in terms of the area of ​​an unsecured, freely lying span, this is very much, it will throw you like a feather, but how it lands is the question, even if it’s back on the support, it will move from its place anyway.
                If you hit from above, it takes a lot to break through the span, but here you don’t need to break anything
        2. -1
          14 May 2024 08: 05
          1980, do you know what the Internet is??? TNT is relatively weak, plastic is even weaker. If you understand what it is.
          1. 0
            14 May 2024 08: 23
            The amount of plastid spent will be 3 times more
            1. 0
              14 May 2024 08: 26
              No, I lied: plastid is 1,5 times more powerful than TNT.
              1. 0
                14 May 2024 08: 27
                But in terms of weight the gain is big
                1. +4
                  14 May 2024 08: 50
                  The most interesting thing is that this is a people's drone, created on an initiative basis.
                  Well, now we can say officially: the “People’s BEC” project has passed the tests.

                  Our comrades from channel Beyond the Fogs @BeyondTheFogs published the first footage of testing a working version of their own maritime drone. The project received support from the previous Minister of Defense.


                  Claimed range: up to 250 km in base load (but you can easily install large tanks)

                  Volume of explosive: 250 kg (in the footage), in the future it is planned to be 350 kg in TNT equivalent.

                  Equipped with modern satellite modules, as well as an inertial navigation system based on compass deviation.

                  The team of the channel There Behind the Fogs has come a long way, consistently paving the roads of various ministries, structures and factories, assembling prototypes at their own expense and proving the effectiveness of their product.

                  The project with all its economic components should be presented to the new head of the Ministry of Defense for approval and scaling in the coming days. The most important thing is that it will reach Odessa from the territory of Crimea and not only from Crimea.
            2. 0
              14 May 2024 14: 19
              Plastids are made from hexogen (1.6 tnt) for us and from octogen (1.7 tnt) for them. Plus a plasticizer of 10-15% by weight.
            3. 0
              Yesterday, 11: 01
              Ivan, did you go to school? Have you ever wondered why plastid is soft?

              In other words: don't talk nonsense.

              Ps, what does it mean that plastid is more powerful in general? Is plastid the name of a certain explosive or something? Learn materiel.
        3. +4
          14 May 2024 09: 33
          Quote: Ivan 1980
          What if it’s not TNT, but plastid?

          What if we don’t blow up the supports? How about blowing up a span, and then only one? There is no movement, but restoring the span is not so difficult. The Crimean Bridge is proof for you.
          1. +2
            14 May 2024 09: 34
            After all, we will have to restore everything.
            1. +2
              14 May 2024 14: 13
              In any case, we have to restore everything. Because the Nazis will blow up the bridges when they retreat.
          2. +1
            14 May 2024 14: 16
            How do you propose to blow up the span of a large bridge across the Dnieper using a BEC with a 250 kg warhead? belay
            Will he really jump 15-20 meters into the air?
            1. 0
              14 May 2024 14: 47
              Quote: abrakadabre
              How do you propose to blow up the span of a large bridge across the Dnieper using a BEC with a 250 kg warhead? belay
              Will he really jump 15-20 meters into the air?

              Did I really suggest this? This is how much I needed to drink? But the trouble is that I don’t drink at all.
      2. +1
        14 May 2024 08: 17
        In addition, satellite or aviation guidance systems are needed.
    2. -4
      14 May 2024 07: 25
      What are you doing? You can’t write about bridges here, there’s a whole bridge sect on the site, any mention of bridges is furiously downvoted, and they don’t write anything but stupidly downvote. Either they are afraid, or they don’t know how to write, just click on the cons
      1. +5
        14 May 2024 09: 43
        Quote: Vadim S
        What are you doing? You can’t write about bridges here

        Why not? Can. But first we need to think. They are proposing to blow up bridge supports with drones. I will keep silent about the fact that for this you need to jump over the Dnieper Hydroelectric Station. But for some reason they don’t think about the fact that we will then have to, with great difficulty, restore these supports that were blown up by drones. In order to stop the movement on the bridge, it is enough to collapse one single span. Which is then easily changed to a new one. The Crimean Bridge is an example for you.
    3. 0
      14 May 2024 08: 40
      There is actually a dam in Zaporozhye, a certain Dnieper Hydroelectric Station.
  6. +4
    14 May 2024 06: 57
    We will wait for activity in the Odessa direction, there is a place for the direct use of BECs.
  7. +1
    14 May 2024 07: 06
    Russian BEC successfully hit a coastal target
    Judging by the video, the explosion is powerful and effective. Welcome to the use of a new type of weapon!
  8. +6
    14 May 2024 07: 10
    The boat blew up the shore with a bridge for fishermen? )) Or even water near the shore..
    Or is this a test video?
    1. +3
      14 May 2024 07: 13
      I agree, there is a feeling that he didn’t even reach the goal. He gasped in the water
      1. +2
        14 May 2024 07: 50
        Yes, it's strange. It banged long before the boat touched the obstacle. request
    2. +5
      14 May 2024 07: 28
      The boat blew up the shore with a bridge for fishermen? ))

      If you watch the freeze frame, you will see a secondary detonation... apparently the fishermen were going to kill the fish. ))
      1. -3
        14 May 2024 07: 30
        Maybe for minefields as a specialist...
      2. +2
        14 May 2024 07: 47
        Quote: Canecat
        The boat blew up the shore with a bridge for fishermen? ))

        If you watch the freeze frame, you will see a secondary detonation... apparently the fishermen were going to kill the fish. ))
        I didn’t see the detonation, but at 34 seconds the whole boat was clearly visible. Why the hell shout about victory reports and post such a video?
    3. +1
      14 May 2024 07: 30
      With 250 kg. not important.
    4. +1
      14 May 2024 09: 04
      This shore had particularly dangerous water! And the bridges are not for fishermen, but for infantrymen-observers (of the beauty of sunsets)!
      It's very, very likely that these are just camera tests. Just killing fish like that is a bit expensive. No?
  9. +1
    14 May 2024 07: 14
    Well, go ahead - to the Dnieper bridges!
  10. Msi
    -1
    14 May 2024 07: 27
    Such unmanned systems can be used to carry out attacks on enemy targets and infrastructure both at sea and on the coast.

    Great news. You can watch the video. Beautiful. good
  11. +1
    14 May 2024 08: 01
    Military experts believe that Russian BECs are capable of operating effectively against the port infrastructure through which the Kiev regime transships weapons, equipment and ammunition.

    It's time to check the performance, on the rocks, while there is an opportunity.
  12. +1
    14 May 2024 08: 42
    Russian BEC successfully hit a coastal target

    Something in the video does not show the target being hit. There was an explosion, but what was hit is unclear.
    1. 0
      14 May 2024 08: 44

      Something in the video does not show the target being hit. There was an explosion, but what was hit is unclear.

      Perhaps there were tests? recourse
      1. 0
        14 May 2024 08: 46
        Even if these were tests that are passed off as hitting a real target, it is still unclear what was hit. In addition, during tests the target is usually clearly marked and filmed from different points.
  13. -1
    14 May 2024 08: 46
    Quote: Galleon
    Well, forward - to the Dnieper bridges

    It’s impossible, they are untouchable (bewitched)... And 250 kg is not seriously enough to support a bridge
  14. +1
    14 May 2024 09: 06
    What did he blow up? Is the pier wooden? They would be sent to Odessa to sink a ship with “grain”, but something tells me that ours are not as advanced as the Armed Forces
  15. 0
    14 May 2024 09: 24
    Na videu je dobře vidět že cíle nedosáhl, že explodoval tak 50m před cílem asi obrannou střelbou.
  16. +2
    14 May 2024 09: 34
    First use reported

    And then that:

    https://topwar.ru/210728-v-seti-opublikovany-kadry-s-atakoj-mosta-v-zatoke-pod-odessoj-s-pomoschju-morskogo-bespilotnika.html

    belay
  17. 0
    14 May 2024 09: 44
    Quote: Zoldat_A
    Ukrainians still stubbornly call “Gerani” “Shaheds” and firmly believe that Iran supplies them to us.

    The point is not in faith, but in the fact that they, like children, are trying to “anger” us. Out of spite, to insult. Write Russia with a small letter and so on in the official media. Well, this is infantile behavior at all levels.
  18. +1
    14 May 2024 10: 21
    I’m glad that they took up this topic, but so far the performance characteristics are so-so at 3.
  19. +1
    14 May 2024 11: 20
    Why did they admit it, I don’t understand? We sent such a BEC to the shores of England, there are 2 Ukrainian minesweepers there, and an unfinished corvette in Turkey. Yes, there are 3-4 more in the EU. They blamed everything on a showdown in the Armed Forces of Ukraine, we didn’t have anything like that. And now it won't work
  20. 0
    14 May 2024 11: 52
    Russian BEC successfully hit a coastal target

    Another game that, as it turns out, can be played by two...
  21. 0
    14 May 2024 12: 13
    Not surprisingly and quite expectedly, any game can be played by two people.
  22. 0
    14 May 2024 13: 39
    I wonder, will we have time to build a landing submarine to cross the Dnieper?
  23. -2
    14 May 2024 15: 15
    It is unclear the BEC control system itself
    The words about satellite communications certainly look beautiful.
    But it's useless.
    In principle, we do not have two-way satellite communication that allows real-time communication, that is, with a minimum of delays.
    Well, we don’t have such a constellation of communication satellites. We also have no analogues to Starlink.

    Therefore, all these words about control at 250 km do not yet correspond to reality.
    While this is fantasy
  24. 0
    14 May 2024 15: 48
    A strange “hit the target”... It exploded 15-20 meters BEFORE it... Is that what they call it now?
  25. 0
    14 May 2024 23: 30
    So he didn’t make it to the pier...What’s the point?
  26. 0
    15 May 2024 21: 32
    And now we need to systematically increase the capabilities of our BECs, the combat load to 350 kg. and range of use up to 350 km.
  27. 0
    Yesterday, 18: 44
    Now a flock of unknown backs similar to the Ukrainian ones should attack any ships carrying aid for the Ukrainian Armed Forces, entering ports and leaving with grain, for example, and let them conduct an investigation, and we will tell the Armed Forces of Ukraine they were mistaken, they thought that it was Russian ships that went on the attack :)