Commander of the Armed Forces of the Ukrainian Armed Forces: Ukraine has developed its own planning and correction modules for free-falling bombs

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Commander of the Armed Forces of the Ukrainian Armed Forces: Ukraine has developed its own planning and correction modules for free-falling bombs

Ukraine is developing its own planning and correction module for aerial bombs; the development should enter the testing stage in the near future. This was stated by the head of the Air Command “Center” of the Ukrainian Armed Forces, Sergei Golubtsov.

Ukraine intends to convert the free-fall aerial bombs in service with the Air Force of the Ukrainian Armed Forces into controllable ones using its own developed planning and correction module. According to the general, work is already underway, and in two weeks the product will be tested. The Air Force plans that the module will allow the Ukrainian aviation use air bombs more effectively without entering the range of Russian air defense.



Currently, Ukraine uses about 100–300 foreign precision-guided bombs per month, while Russia uses about 3 thousand.

- said Golubtsov.

In addition, the Ukrainian Armed Forces have completed work on integrating French AASM 250 (Hammer) bombs onto Su-25 attack aircraft. Ukrainian aviation has been using these bombs for a relatively long time; they were carried by MiG-29 and Su-27 fighters.

Thus, it can be stated that the number of aerial bombs falling on our positions may increase severalfold. There are no exact figures on how many Su-25s the Armed Forces of Ukraine have left in service today.
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  1. +1
    9 June 2024 17: 09
    For some reason, our air defense and fighters cope poorly with enemy aircraft, since they so actively use gliding bombs, which require high altitude and decent speed.
    1. +2
      9 June 2024 17: 40
      Here, for example, is a warning for the 2nd half of the day today: Aviation danger... The entire territory of the border region, immediately shelters, Su-24M "Storm Shadow" carriers along the entire border region. We are expecting launches .... Three Su-24M units continue to operate in the rain the entire border region .... LPR and DPR Attention! Enemy aviation is working in our direction... Enemy aviation has worked along the line of combat contact, retreat... etc. ))) Why do our people see them, but don’t shoot them down? Are they at a great distance? Although they are seen in the border areas?
      1. +3
        9 June 2024 18: 16
        Olesya, well, sometimes you need to look at the Armament section, then the Air Defense section and try to understand why it is difficult to shoot down planes at distances of 200 km or more. By the way, the record belongs to us, about a year ago, about 215 km. There most likely were ideal conditions, it just so happened. This was recorded by the NATO media, apparently they received considerable stress and perhaps became despondent, they obviously drew conclusions.
        1. +3
          9 June 2024 18: 24
          Thank you. I always look at the site to read about weapons. There are a lot of smart men here, they write interestingly and informatively. ))) It’s clear that when our air defense is not enough, we can’t shoot it down. But a lot of NATO contaminants fly for missile launches.
          1. +2
            9 June 2024 18: 42
            Air defense missiles are just enough to reach, but it’s difficult to detect the plane. Now, the distance from Moscow to Yaroslavl is 250 km, and the radar on the ground in Moscow naturally won’t be seen by the plane over Yaroslavl, and the satellite won’t see it (I assume that even an American satellite, a flying plane of course), but the A-50 AWACS plane will see, but how much they are needed to constantly scan a large area, obviously dozens, plus it must fly from the LBS line at least 100-150 km so as not to be shot down, and it sees a low-flying fighter at 400 km, i.e. only 250-300 km deep into enemy territory. The fighter manages to throw off the rocket and land. And sometimes our air defense reaches and manages to shoot down those same SU-24Ms.
            1. +1
              9 June 2024 20: 11
              I don’t want to say anything, but for example, the R-37M missile has a destruction radius of 300 km. and the carrier of this missile, for example the SU-35S, can easily detect a target 200-250 km away. Those. SU 35S must constantly be on combat duty in the sky and as soon as Ukrainian planes are there, no matter with what (stormshadows or bombs with UMPC), they must immediately launch a rocket.
              I’m not saying 100% that it’s necessary, but why not consider the IL-76 as a flying air defense system. those. In addition to reconnaissance, it could launch missiles not only at airplanes but also at all sorts of drones. both sea and flying
              1. +2
                9 June 2024 21: 11
                It’s very difficult, firstly, everything is at extreme distances, the missile itself flies for several minutes and the enemy pilot himself knows that a missile has been launched at him, there is time to launch a cruise missile and then make maneuvers, sharply down to the ground or have time to land at the airfield, with Su -35C narrow radar field of view, plus the chance of being shot down when approaching the LBS, you must also fly 50-70 km from the LBS, etc.
                1. +1
                  9 June 2024 21: 35
                  70 km from the LBS and even if the Su25 flies up to 50 km, the distance will be +- 120-130 km.
                  The R37 flies somewhere around 2 KM/s, which means the enemy has about 70-80 seconds after launch. to react. But at such a distance it is still impossible to determine the launch. In a word, the SU-35 has almost no chance against the SU-25S when approaching the LBS. But the problem is that the SU-35S is not in the air.
                  1. 0
                    10 June 2024 17: 18
                    What if
                    Along the line of combat contact we will launch Altius aircraft on hypothetically completed VK-650 engines in sufficient quantities, while alternately carrying both Sych and R-33, -37, and soon KS-172, through one and the same, 1-2 units each.

                    I'm putting the old quote here
                    A huge failure in this critically important area forced the domestic military-industrial complex to develop an ersatz radar in the form of the Sych radar, which is a simplified version of the equipment used on the Tu-214R. It is so simplified that its functionality had to be divided into three hanging containers, each with its own specialization. This is UKR-OE, also known as a containerized multispectral optical-electronic complex, UKR-RL / BKR-3 - a containerized X-band surface radar reconnaissance complex, represented by a two-way low-element radar with Pika-M PFAR with a resolution of about 0,3 m in SAR/ISAR mode and an instrumental range of more than 300 km, as well as UKR-RT - a multi-band container complex for passive electronic reconnaissance, which allows you to detect and analyze the frequency parameters of enemy radio-emitting sources and issue direct target designation to RVV-SD air-to-air missiles and long-range Products 180, in service with Su-57 fighters.
            2. 0
              9 June 2024 20: 12
              This is all clear! But then how are we going to shoot down the F-16?
              1. 0
                9 June 2024 20: 53
                I can only assume that a team should be created to develop solutions for shooting the F-16, and even the name of the operation should be invented (well, like the Americans, everything is according to Feng Shui). At a minimum, the A-50 should fly in Belarus, the S-400 (or S-300B4) launch containers should be brought directly to the border with Ukraine, naturally without radars, the launchers should not be visible and be camouflaged (like hidden in a haystack), target designation for them gives A-50. It is natural to use 40N6E missiles (range 380 km) with an active radar seeker. Perhaps there will be no illumination from the A-50 at all, but only the approximate area of ​​flight of the F-16 and the missiles will have to search for targets with their radars, it seems that this missile can guide another similar missile to the target, i.e. at least two missiles per plane.
                1. 0
                  9 June 2024 21: 31
                  But here is an important nuance: we can get it if we install launchers on the border of Belarus and Ukraine, and if we say on the border with the Bryansk region, then the F-16 route can be laid in such a way that you won’t be able to reach them.
          2. +1
            10 June 2024 12: 06
            Quote: Olesya Lesya
            There are a lot of smart men here, they write interestingly and informatively. )))

            feel feel feel
            love
      2. -5
        9 June 2024 18: 36
        It’s not ours who spin around as best they can, dodging to the best of their ability and ability. Our people think that we should wait at the top of the hill, and then go down and see that there is no one to shoot at. You also need to contact the headquarters, get the go-ahead, and not accidentally get caught by your own people according to the good old tradition. There may be no systematic systematic fight against enemy aircraft, air defense systems, generals and artillery are part of the Istanbul agreements and grain deals
      3. -2
        9 June 2024 18: 58
        Spring seems to be over!! wink wink
    2. -5
      9 June 2024 17: 42
      Quote from alexoff
      for which you need high altitude and decent speed.
      belay Height, yes, but the bomb will pick up speed on its own as it falls. fool
      1. +7
        9 June 2024 17: 53
        Height, yes, but the bomb will pick up speed on its own as it falls.
        You need horizontal speed for range. Therefore, the release must be made from the greatest height and at the highest speed. Both the Su-25 and God knows what.
        1. +3
          9 June 2024 18: 18
          Absolutely true. That’s why our Su 25 bombs with UMPC do not use other weapons. And the Su 30,35 and, of course, the main hard worker Su 34 work with the UMPC.
          1. -2
            9 June 2024 18: 37
            What do Su-25s use then? S-13 with pitching?
            1. +1
              9 June 2024 20: 15
              Quote from alexoff
              What do Su-25s use then? S-13 with pitching?

              And that the rook’s arsenal of weapons is limited only to NURS?
              1. -2
                9 June 2024 20: 23
                With what? Free-falling cast iron? X-25/29 are expensive and there are definitely not enough of them for all aircraft
    3. -1
      9 June 2024 18: 14
      Who said? heel? You listen to more heels.
  2. -1
    9 June 2024 17: 09
    Lots more.

    The text of your comment is too short and, in the opinion of the site administration, is offensive.
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    1. -10
      9 June 2024 17: 21
      And you, as I understand it, want to start something? So that all that remains of Ukraine are radioactive firebrands? No, no, I don’t mind, I’ll press the button now. But are you sure of your desire?
      1. +1
        9 June 2024 17: 32
        Quote: Sergey Averchenkov
        And you, as I understand it, want to start something? So that all that remains of Ukraine are radioactive firebrands? No, no, I don’t mind, I’ll press the button now. But are you sure of your desire?

        What do you think, without nuclear weapons, we won’t see victory?
        1. 0
          9 June 2024 17: 36
          Apparently, but it’s much faster this way, and Ukraine and the Ukrainians will simply disappear - what’s bad? Besides, many of our people will not die.
          1. 0
            9 June 2024 19: 13
            Quote: Sergey Averchenkov
            Apparently, but it’s much faster this way, and Ukraine and the Ukrainians will simply disappear - what’s bad? Besides, many of our people will not die.


            The bad thing is that the future territory of Russia will be polluted by radiation.
            1. 0
              9 June 2024 20: 09
              By and large, starting from a certain time, we do not need the territory itself, but so that there is no enemy threatening us on it. Therefore, while the region was neutral, we did not touch it, and there were not even theoretical developments for its return. But if it becomes radioactive (I don’t care, we’ll take out those who remain faithful to their roots), then radiation will blow into our border area. Perhaps something like a special 152mm is safe in this sense, calculations are needed.
            2. -1
              9 June 2024 20: 29
              I don’t understand nuclear weapons well, but it was here, on this forum, that I was assured that infection from nuclear weapons passes much faster than, say, from a nuclear power plant accident, almost tenfold. So everything will be fine with the earth.
      2. -1
        9 June 2024 19: 09
        I remember it was the 8th month of the “non-war” when I heard this “we haven’t started yet.” And then I realized that we were forgotten here forever, and no one cares whether we ever return or not.
  4. +7
    9 June 2024 17: 14
    SBU-38 AASM Hammer is also used on the Su-24M. They beat exchange frames at low altitudes with the help of accelerators. Otherwise, the APU and UAB GBU-39 and GBU-62 work mainly with the MiG-29 and Su-27. In any case, they will not be able to compare with VKS in exchanging UAB due to the large difference in the number of carriers. The Aerospace Forces have more carriers than bombs, even with that quantity - 2500-3000 per month, while the Armed Forces of Ukraine have more than 250-300 it is unrealistic to expect
  5. +2
    9 June 2024 17: 14
    In the trophies, the whole army has plenty of non-working Fabs with UMPC, it doesn’t take much effort for the West to copy it, but with reference to the Western positioning system.
    1. +1
      9 June 2024 20: 20
      Quote: tralflot1832
      In the trophies, the whole army has plenty of non-working Fabs with UMPC, it doesn’t take much effort for the West to copy it, but with reference to the Western positioning system.

      Well, you wrote it. what is there to copy? In the pioneer aircraft modeling circle, each glider pilot made 3-4 of these things. Well, yes, Chinese GPS guidance systems cost as much as 2 bucks.
  6. +5
    9 June 2024 17: 31
    What is there to develop? So many of them have already fallen on the territory of Banderland that all that remains is to take and copy them. The problem is that the flight range of a gliding battery depends on the speed and altitude of the carrier, but this is a big problem.
    1. -3
      9 June 2024 17: 38
      The hit of a high-precision aerial bomb depends entirely on the satellite. Who will “guide” the bombs to the target using GPS? Can you guess it yourself?
      1. +1
        9 June 2024 20: 44
        Even GPS, even Galileo - this is accuracy. But the range is the height and speed of the carrier, i.e. none. The Banderoluftwaffe does not fly high, for all obvious reasons.
    2. +5
      9 June 2024 18: 10
      belay Why would they copy? They will supply Western models. They are there... It’s just that NATO had these bombs with a planning module even before ours. Since here we are in the role of catching up
  7. 0
    9 June 2024 17: 37
    We must understand that the GPS satellites for the “invented” “Ukrainian” UMPCs were also “manufactured” and “launched” by the Ukronazis into space?
    1. 0
      9 June 2024 19: 58
      "GPS satellites" have been hanging in orbit for a long time
  8. 0
    9 June 2024 17: 49
    In order to plan this barrel somewhere, you need to rise higher. But the trouble is if it’s higher, it will immediately be lower.
    1. +2
      9 June 2024 18: 11
      And right away? Why is Pivitryan aviation still flying?
      1. -1
        9 June 2024 18: 22
        Why is Pivitryan aviation still flying...

        Togo sho lite nyzenko, nyzenko.
        I tried to convey the enemy's dialect as much as possible.
      2. +1
        9 June 2024 18: 51
        Guys, don’t confuse God’s gift with scrambled eggs. The aviator clearly said that the 404th does not have carriers for the classic UMPC. To do this, you need a carrier with a speed of Mach 1 when fully loaded, at least, and a practical ceiling of 16-18 km. It is from this height and with such speed that these bombs are released. Let's say they even found a carrier and made this addition to the bomb. In order for it to fly to the LBS, it must be illuminated at such an altitude (16-18 thousand m) 60 kilometers away. At this altitude, any locator can see the target 350-400 km away. And such targets are perfectly hit by air defense.
        Now to your question. The 404th aviation flies because it operates scalp and storm shadow missiles, which can be launched at low altitudes, at normal speed and 150-200 km from the LBS. Regarding the jidams and other halabuda. This is a guided bomb with its own booster engine. This is a different technology and different requirements for the carrier, respectively. They are generally launched more often from highmars.
        But it can be done. And they would have done it a long time ago, but... a lively cow is usually unlucky with horns.
        1. 0
          9 June 2024 23: 00
          It is unlikely to make a simple and cheap carrier for large upmcs; there is a great technical difficulty - there is no order, so they don’t make it. The German Me-163B Komet rocket plane was supposed to climb 12 km in about three minutes even in the most bearded times. Nothing now prevents us from quickly moving from manned aircraft to unmanned rocket launch vehicles.
  9. kvv
    +3
    9 June 2024 18: 14
    Quote: Taskhyl
    Somehow I immediately remember the idiotic statement of a certain comrade - “we haven’t even started yet.” Now, this “non-start” now leads to the enemy becoming more powerful and bolder! And there are fewer and fewer opportunities to stop this. There is not enough evil!

    Well, he’s not going to start yet, as he himself said, he’s thinking about the answer
  10. -1
    9 June 2024 18: 21
    The enemy is supplied with “the whole world”, at least by those who are our enemies, without options... this is the general picture.
    What exactly is happening and how, alas, is the fog of war, lies and concealment of information, which is not something new or unusual in this situation.
    I don’t focus on someone’s emotions, feelings, predictions... all I have to do is look at the successes achieved, who, where and how it’s happening! After all, I can’t erase another alignment line from the map, another settlement that means nothing!
    But the data on losses... everything is very blurry, so you will have to focus specifically on the marks on the map, because this will be the general criterion... not final, but at least this way.
    1. -1
      9 June 2024 18: 47
      Quote: rocket757
      The enemy is supplied with “the whole world”, at least by those who are our enemies, without options... this is the general picture.
      Without a doubt, the entire Western military-industrial complex grazes there, but no matter how you look at it, UABs & kits are expensive things: they can supply them, but they can’t fill them up...
      But there is no doubt that the 404s will learn to rivet some gadgets in garages. Exploration work and multiply by zero
      1. -2
        9 June 2024 19: 07
        They don’t invent anything new, and they have no problems with components... although even a screwdriver assembly of a device more complex than a kettle requires some kind of skills and knowledge, otherwise the kettle will work... or rather, it won’t work.
        However, Ukraine is not some kind of shurum burum, there are remnants of the Soviet past, education, they have an effect, they help!
        This is sad and just the case when I tried to find something out of goodness, but they found it... and what did they find? Panties with laces and only that!?
  11. 0
    9 June 2024 18: 43
    Will it be expensive to adapt the UMPB-30 SN with an accelerator for the Su-25 VKS?
    1. -1
      9 June 2024 19: 20
      The article about this ammunition states that the speed of the carrier and the throwing height are important for the destruction range... There are no numbers, but maybe this is precisely the limitation on the usefulness of using this ammunition on different aircraft...
      Although the sighting and control complexes of these aircraft are different, this could also be the reason...
      However, who knows what else weapons designers will create???
  12. -1
    9 June 2024 20: 04
    The hen pecks one grain at a time while the cockerel sings
  13. 0
    10 June 2024 08: 26
    How will these bombs lift them into the sky? That’s the whole answer. The higher the plane, the greater the risk of its destruction