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Russian aviation industry: to align and go to the set

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Russian aviation industry is gradually restoring production and increasing the rate of supply of new equipment. Unfortunately, in the near future you should not wait for new records comparable with the achievements of the sixties or seventies of the last century, but against the background of recent decades, even the existing pace looks optimistic. For example, in 2012, the Air Force received 35 new aircraft of several types. During 2013, the United Aircraft Corporation (UAC) is to transfer another 66 aircraft to the troops.




The most popular among the aircraft produced are still the various models of the Su-27 family. These are Su-30М2, Su-30СМ and Su-35С fighters, as well as Su-34 front-line bombers. It should be noted that the Su-35C has not yet arrived in the combat units, but according to some media reports, by the end of this year, the Air Force units will receive 12 aircraft of this type. In total, the current order of the Ministry of Defense involves the supply of X-NUMX fighters Su-48S, after which it is possible to sign a new contract for another batch of the same number of aircraft. Su-35CM is also not yet used in combat units, but the first vehicles of this type are planned to be transferred to the troops in the coming months. In just a few years, KLA will build 30 fighters of this type. As for the Su-60М30 fighters, the first four vehicles of this type entered the army several years ago. According to the results of their operation, it was decided to build another 2. According to some reports, the first two sides of this model will be transferred to the Air Force this year.

Also in the near future for the first time after a long break, new aircraft will receive carrier-based naval aviation. In accordance with the contract signed last year, the Russian Aircraft Manufacturing Corporation MiG will supply two dozen MiG-29K and MiG-29KUB fighter jets. The first aircraft for this order can be transferred to the military this year.

Despite the big plans for future deliveries of fighters, at the moment the most massive of the under construction combat aircraft in terms of the number of units already manufactured is the Su-34 front bomber. During this year, the Air Force received four new aircraft of this type and their total number in the army is 29. Taking into account the deliveries planned for this year, it can be assumed that over the coming months, the Novosibirsk Aviation Production Association will fully fulfill its obligations under the contract from 2008 of the year. In addition, deliveries under the second contract concluded in 2010 can begin this year. In total, up to 2020, Novosibirsk aircraft manufacturers must hand over a new bomber to 124 military pilots.



It is easy to see that the number of ordered Su-34 bomber is comparable to the number of fighters planned for delivery. One of the reasons for this is the fact that all or almost all fighter planes currently under construction are in some way a temporary measure in anticipation of a promising T-50 aircraft. The new fighter of the fifth generation is still at the testing stage and its serial construction will begin only in a few years. Nevertheless, the fleet of equipment of the Air Force requires updating now and therefore it is necessary to buy fighters of those types that have now passed the entire test cycle and are fully prepared for the early start of serial production.

The training of pilots for the air force is currently engaged in only one institution of higher education - the Air Force Academy. NOT. Zhukovsky and Yu.A. Gagarin. The Academy was created by merging several academies and colleges. As a result of such transformations, which at one time caused a mass of fierce disputes, the entire training of pilots of military aviation was entrusted to a single large organization. Before the unification of academies and schools in the field of pilot training, a sad picture was observed. The Ministry of Defense was not able to provide all the needs of educational institutions, which accordingly affected various aspects of training. In recent years, the situation has begun to improve. A vivid example of this is the recent events at the Borisoglebsk training base. Last year, this training unit received a batch of combat-training aircraft Yak-130. Some time ago, these aircraft were first used during the final exams.

Thanks to the new technology, the cadets managed to bring the hours to 60, including at night. The development of the Yak-130 aircraft did not cause the students special difficulties, they all coped with the management and implementation of the training tasks. Training aircraft Yak-130 has a characteristic feature that allows you to draw conclusions about the effectiveness of training. This aircraft is equipped with a control system that can be switched to imitation modes of modern Russian aircraft. Thus, having mastered the flights on the Yak-130, the cadet in the future without much difficulty will be able to master the combatant fighter.

Simultaneously with the development and construction of new aircraft, as well as the training of young pilots, scientific work is also carried out in the field of aircraft manufacturing. At present, five departments of the Russian Academy of Sciences are collaborating with aircraft building factories, design offices and research institutes. Regular introduction of new promising developments and the beginning of work on the following projects.

In a fairly distant future, one of the most interesting recent works will find practical application. UAC and the Institute for Problems of Chemical Physics are now working together to create energy sources based on the latest generation polymer films. Such devices will allow supplying various aircraft systems with electricity, removing some of the load from the engines. The fact is that on modern aircraft there is a huge amount of different electronics, which, in some cases, take from a quarter to a third of the engine power to power. The use of promising energy sources will reduce the power loss of the engines for the supply of on-board equipment.

As for the aircraft electronics itself, the most promising idea currently being worked out by domestic scientists is the so-called open architecture. Electronic equipment of the aircraft becomes obsolete faster than other components of the aircraft, including engines and airframe. In this connection, it is necessary to create an aircraft architecture that will allow upgrading electronic equipment relatively quickly and simply by replacing some obsolete components with new ones that have higher performance and are compatible with other systems. Open architecture has a great future in the field of civil aviation, but at the moment only four production aircraft are built in accordance with this concept. These are the Boeings of the 777 and 787 models, as well as the Airbags of the A350 and A380 models. Separate solutions related to open architecture are already actively used in other projects, including the Russian Superjet 100. In the future, it is necessary to build new airplanes using all the possibilities of the open architecture of radio-electronic equipment.

In general, the Russian aircraft industry is gradually recovering strength and begins to pick up pace. Unfortunately, the years of chronic underfunding, which ended relatively recently, adversely affected the mass of areas and for a long time will be the cause of numerous problems. Recently, however, the number of shortcomings has decreased and new issues have appeared on the agenda. For example, some enterprises simply do not have enough qualified specialists. Thus, in the near future we need to solve several more issues directly or indirectly related to the state of the aviation industry.

In the field of aircraft construction for the air force, taking into account the latest events and plans of the Ministry of Defense, the situation looks generally positive. The military department actively purchases equipment and is constantly increasing the pace of purchases, taking advantage of the opportunities offered by the current state rearmament program. In the case of civil aviation, the situation is more complicated. Despite the availability of good offers, even domestic carriers still prefer to buy foreign equipment. To correct this bias, it will be necessary to take appropriate measures, primarily of a design, technological and production nature. For a number of reasons, foreign aircraft are more attractive to operators than domestic ones.

And yet the state of the industry has ceased to be a cause for panic. Efforts made by aircraft manufacturers and the state, allowed to gradually solve some serious problems. At the same time, a number of difficulties and issues are still relevant and require immediate resolution. Thus, seeing the situation in the industry at the moment, you do not have to indulge in the notorious dizziness of success. It is necessary to concentrate efforts on solving existing problems and developing the achieved success. Only this will allow, to use aviation terminology, not just to get out of the corkscrew, but to align the position and go into a stable climb with good vertical speed.


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  1. Kibalchish
    Kibalchish 26 August 2013 08: 50
    -2
    I do not understand the optimism of the author. Aircraft so far continues to arrive in units, although they promised dozens and even hundreds of units. Over the past 13 years, the fleet is very outdated.
    1. donavi49
      donavi49 26 August 2013 09: 06
      12
      35 last year and 66 in this, these are not quite units.
      1. Constantine
        Constantine 26 August 2013 09: 42
        +9
        Quote: donavi49
        35 last year and 66 in this, these are not quite units.


        This is a hamster. He has no other rhetoric and never will. It was discovered some time ago. wink

        For them, numbers are nothing. Sources are nothing. Rumors and other people's opinions are the ultimate truth. Do not waste time, sense 0 wink
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          1. Constantine
            Constantine 26 August 2013 13: 34
            +5
            Quote: Kibalchish
            And you look, the labels are glued much. Hamsters and all that ... In real life, too, so brave? Do not get wet pants, keyboard fighter.


            These are not shortcuts, these are the results of observations. I can right here in a post justify my position in front of everyone. By the way, quoting you and only you. Justify? wassat
            1. Kibalchish
              Kibalchish 26 August 2013 13: 53
              -9
              Yes, quote as much as you like. Only I am one of those people who, loving the Motherland, do not hesitate to point out her frank shortcomings and blunders to her. And not not stupid waving a flag and shouting: "Putin, Putin ..."
              I myself served in the Air Force, most recently (although urgently, but this is not a service). Carried us to different airfields and units. I saw a lot.
              You know what I saw.
              Soviet-era aircraft are everywhere. Beginning-mid 80's. There is nothing new. The officers themselves were not shy about this. Perhaps the factories are releasing something, but no one has ever seen this technique in their eyes. about helicopters in which rivets fly in flight too to tell?
              Even with a car park a pipe. From 20-30 "Kamaz" and "Ural" on the move 1-2. I was a carrier, so I know.
              As for you, then you are most likely a dumb Troll, sloping away from the army.
              1. Constantine
                Constantine 26 August 2013 14: 33
                +1
                Quote: Kibalchish
                Yes, quote as much as you like. Only I am one of those people who, loving the Motherland, do not hesitate to point out her frank shortcomings and blunders to her. And not not stupid waving a flag and shouting: "Putin, Putin ..."
                I myself served in the Air Force, most recently (although urgently, but this is not a service). Carried us to different airfields and units. I saw a lot.
                You know what I saw.
                Soviet-era aircraft are everywhere. Beginning-mid 80's. There is nothing new. The officers themselves were not shy about this. Perhaps the factories are releasing something, but no one has ever seen this technique in their eyes. about helicopters in which rivets fly in flight too to tell?
                Even with a car park a pipe. From 20-30 "Kamaz" and "Ural" on the move 1-2. I was a carrier, so I know.
                As for you, then you are most likely a dumb Troll, sloping away from the army.


                Go on wassat
                1. Kibalchish
                  Kibalchish 26 August 2013 16: 01
                  -4
                  I have said enough. Continue on yourself.
              2. biglow
                biglow 26 August 2013 19: 08
                +4
                Quote: Kibalchish
                Yes, quote as much as you like. Only I am one of those people who, loving the Motherland, do not hesitate to point out her frank shortcomings and blunders to her. And not not stupid waving a flag and shouting: "Putin, Putin ..."
                I myself served in the Air Force, most recently (although urgently, but this is not a service). Carried us to different airfields and units. I saw a lot.
                You know what I saw.
                Soviet-era aircraft are everywhere. Beginning-mid 80's. There is nothing new. The officers themselves were not shy about this. Perhaps the factories are releasing something, but no one has ever seen this technique in their eyes. about helicopters in which rivets fly in flight too to tell?
                Even with a car park a pipe. From 20-30 "Kamaz" and "Ural" on the move 1-2. I was a carrier, so I know.

                what you write was, but now everything is changing rapidly, even on this site articles about exercises and the entry of new equipment into the troops are constantly appearing. Who lives near military airfields constantly writes that the pilots began to fly a lot, In the south there is an enhanced rearmament. All old equipment is decommissioned or already decommissioned. Perhaps somewhere else the old equipment remained, but even the Americans would not be able to rearm their army in a short time .. be more objective ...
              3. stalkerwalker
                stalkerwalker 27 August 2013 03: 17
                +3
                Quote: Kibalchish
                Even with a car park a pipe. From 20-30 "Kamaz" and "Ural" on the move 1-2. I was a carrier, so I know.

                Here's the answer - "killing" a car doesn't take much mind. It's so simple - "trample" the gas pedal, and yell at the top of your lungs, how bad everything is.
                "Thorough, you need guys, thorough ...". M. Zhvanetsky.
        2. user
          user 26 August 2013 13: 13
          -1
          Nevertheless, the state of the industry has ceased to be a cause for panic. The efforts made by aircraft manufacturers and the state have gradually resolved some serious problems. At the same time, a number of difficulties and issues are still relevant and require immediate resolution. Thus, seeing the situation in the industry at the moment, one does not need to indulge in the notorious dizziness from success.

          Do you know what average score of enrolled applicants, or with what grade still enroll in the faculty of aircraft?
          I will not languish - 130 points, ask the students whether it is a lot or a little - it’s almost the minimum to get a certificate, and this situation has persisted for at least the last 10 years. So I do not see any signs of dizziness from success from success. This is the reality of the last time, who does not believe, go to the website of any university who trains specialists in aircraft construction and see the order for admission to the faculty of aircraft, aircraft construction or aircraft construction.
          I don’t understand where the enthusiasm comes from, there is no change.
          Recently, one person died, so it turned out that there were no competent specialists in acoustics in Russia (not in China or Zimbabwe), he was almost the only one.
          Need to scream out loud, not write

          For them, numbers are nothing. Sources are nothing. Rumors and other people's opinions are the ultimate truth. Do not waste time, sense 0

          I once said to the person who stood on the release of Ka helicopters in flight that everything is fine, there is an order for 142 (in my opinion) helicopters. He smiled and said it works at best for 2 years, and then again 10-20 years what to do.
          1. Constantine
            Constantine 26 August 2013 13: 36
            +3
            2 User

            Support your words with numbers and links, then we'll talk. Writing opuses in the comments is not a good idea, and sources are not indicated.
            1. user
              user 26 August 2013 15: 07
              0
              What are these opuses, remember when they launched the Superjet, in the cabin like in a tractor.
              And the SU-34 planes AND OTHERS are all from the Soviet Union, but there is nothing new so far.
              And I wrote about applicants this way, because even after graduating from a university having come to a factory and seeing a salary and a prospect, most simply stop getting sick with aviation (if it hurts her) and leaves.

              - We are going with my wife through the clothing market and I hear a conversation between two sellers (discussing the seller opposite).
              - And this is who is new
              - Yes, this is also our SSF (Smoleto Building Faculty) graduated.

              This is a real case.

              And about everything that I wrote google in the previous comment, everything is on the Internete with links to decisions and enterprises (open information), I have not revealed any military secrets here.
              1. Constantine
                Constantine 26 August 2013 15: 26
                +3
                Quote: user
                What are these opuses, remember when they launched the Superjet, in the cabin like in a tractor.


                I flew on the Superjet more than a year ago when they first appeared. Everything was normal and at that time he was not inferior to the Boeing and Airbus in sensations. I judge based on my personal experience of flying back and forth on the Aeroflot Superjet, and you?

                Quote: user
                And the SU-34 planes AND OTHERS are all from the Soviet Union, but there is nothing new so far.


                AND? These are the achievements of the Russian people brought up to the modern level. The same PAK FA, for example, has systems that were not available in the USSR due to the technological leap over a period of 20+ years both in electronics and in materials.

                And I wrote about applicants this way, because even after graduating from a university having come to a factory and seeing a salary and a prospect, most simply stop getting sick with aviation (if it hurts her) and leaves.


                You lied because underestimated the points, describing them almost like a loser. Basileus checked the information right away and gave out completely different numbers.

                Regarding salaries, explain and prove. At the plants of Rosvertol, UAC is paid with dignity, I don’t know about others, but you can check. Justify your position with facts, not speculation. hi

                Quote: user
                - We are going with my wife through the clothing market and I hear a conversation between two sellers (discussing the seller opposite).
                - And this is who is new
                - Yes, this is also our SSF (Smoleto Building Faculty) graduated.

                This is a real case.


                This means absolutely nothing. Such "real" cases are performed by white-ribbon adepts, who do not know the numbers at all and, apparently, live in a parallel universe with Latynina, just the sea. They are all conscientious and believable. Proofs in the studio, or do not "lyal". My second cousin graduated from MAI and works normally in his specialty.

                And about everything that I wrote google in the previous comment, everything is on the Internete with links to decisions and enterprises (open information), I have not revealed any military secrets here.


                Google yourself. I need links. No need to spend someone else’s time justifying their position.
                1. user
                  user 26 August 2013 17: 18
                  -1
                  I’m talking about the enterprise where these SU-34s are produced, and I’ll tell them about the high salaries to my wife, let them rejoice.
                  And with the noise in the cabin of the Superjet they fought for a very long and tedious reason because of the above
                  1. Constantine
                    Constantine 26 August 2013 20: 40
                    +1
                    Quote: user
                    And with the noise in the cabin of the Superjet they fought for a very long and tedious reason because of the above


                    How long have they fought if I flew on the first batch and everything was fine. Noise level A-320 and 737. hi
                    1. user
                      user 28 August 2013 11: 31
                      0
                      Before you flew in the first series, certification was carried out, but to be honest, I’m tired of explaining the truths. And why the description of our aircraft industry (not helicopter manufacturing, this is another area) puts you in a stupor and minus, minus that you did not realize that everything was so good. The exception in our corporation is Irkutsk and Komsomolsk-on-Amur. Look at how many aircraft manufacturing enterprises there were and how many of them actually work today, and they are not bankrupt. Maybe I do not live where everything is as good as they say, but as for production plans, they simply do not exist. Because 120 SU-34 is normal work for several years. And then, there is no volume, no money, the young will again run away from all the families.
                      So all your URA PROJECTS personally I do not support, stable financing and stable work are needed. For the aviation industry, this is the most important thing because it is impossible to construct an aircraft, put into production and wait for the next order in a few years.
                      I say goodbye to this
          2. Basileus
            Basileus 26 August 2013 14: 05
            +2
            Ufa Aviation.
            Aircraft industry - the average score, going over the list, 180-190, Aircraft engines 180-190, Design of aircraft and rocket engines 200-210, etc. The people of the stars from the sky are not enough, judging by the scores, but quite normal guys with a solid four.
            1. user
              user 26 August 2013 14: 54
              -5
              The people of the stars from the sky are not enough, judging by the scores, but quite normal guys with a solid four.

              Here on such airplanes and we will fly
              1. Basileus
                Basileus 27 August 2013 07: 50
                +1
                But do we have so many excellent students in Russia that they should all develop? There are people there with 240 points and 170. Do you think everyone who develops something should be geniuses, graduate from school in five years and a university in two years and design spacecraft in 20 years?
        3. Kibalchish
          Kibalchish 26 August 2013 14: 04
          -4
          Yes, for me, nothing is outrageous numbers and sources. The Ministry of Defense and the media repeatedly caught a lie.
          Which one?
          Let's say they announced that in 2013 they will deliver, say 20 Su-30. Good.
          But in the end, they quietly deliver 2-3, and all sources say that 20.
          1. Constantine
            Constantine 26 August 2013 14: 35
            +2
            Quote: Kibalchish
            Yes, for me, nothing is outrageous numbers and sources. The Ministry of Defense and the media repeatedly caught a lie.
            Which one?
            Let's say they announced that in 2013 they will deliver, say 20 Su-30. Good.
            But in the end, they quietly deliver 2-3, and all sources say that 20.


            Nowadays, words are not solid evidence. In order for people to believe in your words, you need to operate on facts, and leave rumors and speculation for a shop under the porch, or for going to the market. Everything is simple. hi
      2. aviamed90
        aviamed90 26 August 2013 13: 35
        0
        donavi49

        But not mass deliveries of serial aircraft and helicopters.
    2. Civil
      Civil 26 August 2013 09: 46
      0
      Why, build airplanes, the results are visible
    3. Constantine
      Constantine 26 August 2013 12: 00
      +1
      Quote: Kibalchish
      Over the past 13 years, the fleet is very outdated.


      those. in your opinion, it was updated from 1991 to 2000, and with the advent of Putin stopped? wassat When you wrote for 13 years, the bet was made on him, saying that he was to blame wassat It’s like in your previous comments, when you stated that Georgia was not preparing for war with Russia, that Kazakhstan should not cooperate with Russia because he lives better, and indeed it's time to bring down from Russia, etc. wassat So leave no one holds wink
  2. King
    King 26 August 2013 09: 00
    +3
    I am glad that the aircraft industry is gaining momentum. So keep it up. it remains only to wish to increase production and to conquer new markets for both air and helicopters
    1. denson06
      denson06 26 August 2013 13: 54
      0
      And also I would like to wish our civil aircraft manufacturers to keep up .. sincerely wish them success ..
  3. Bishop
    Bishop 26 August 2013 10: 54
    0
    "in the Russian Superjet 100" - it even has a name in Latin ... A product of globalization and nothing more. The title of the article is incorrect: it is about the military industry, but what about the "citizen"? And finally, a little minor: http: //www.ng.ru/economics/2013-08-22/1_aviaprom.html
    1. V. Tarasyan
      V. Tarasyan 26 August 2013 11: 20
      +2
      Found someone to listen to. This "NG" is the mouthpiece of all the scatters. As you read them, the pessimism of a continuous one appears in life.
  4. nov_tech.vrn
    nov_tech.vrn 26 August 2013 11: 10
    +1
    it’s hard to say something good about VUNC, they drove several higher education institutions together, including non-core ones, the Academy should be in Moscow (near Moscow region) this is the focus of military science, and its tasks are to move science and work already with ready-made specialists, a priori from the best, flight schools are required to train pilots, technical - let techies have one head each, and the branches are manageability issues, but flyers should steer the training of pilots, and technicians, not some financiers or personnel officers, managers should know that need a cadet, and feel it with his hump, and not a stranger.
  5. Wiruz
    Wiruz 26 August 2013 11: 39
    +2
    That's what the West would not say there, but Soviet / Russian aircraft were always better than their foreign counterparts in almost all respects. One thing is bad - corruption with bureaucracy impedes mass production. Personally, it’s a little sad for me (even though I’m not a Russian) to see how one and a half airplanes enter the Russian army a year (sarcasm).
  6. Nayhas
    Nayhas 26 August 2013 13: 00
    +4
    The fact that we are now witnessing is not a recovery in the aviation industry, but only a slight revival. Do not forget that with the destroyed secondary special education, there can be no talk of any restoration of industry. Since 1990 the number of institutions of primary vocational education (UNGO) has decreased from 4328 to 2356 in 2010. and continues to decline. Moreover, if before 2004. the reduction in the number of oil and gas companies went relatively smoothly (3686 in 2004), then their number began to plummet, 1330 oil and gas companies closed in six years!
    Recently, Leipzig hosted the WorldSkills International, an international championship for young workers, and for the first time Russia participated in it. Previously, the country held its own competitions at which the best students of secondary vocational institutions were selected. As a result, Russia showed the worst result. And not because our boys and girls’s hands are not growing from that place, but because they absolutely do not know how to use modern tools and technologies, because in the remaining institutions, the training base is outdated and does not correspond to the 21st century ...
  7. lazy
    lazy 26 August 2013 16: 21
    0
    I think here everyone already read this article, but I can’t resist I’ll give you a link. http: //warfiles.ru/show-37049-sravnenie-vvs-ssha-i-rf.html
  8. gorsten79
    gorsten79 26 August 2013 16: 32
    -2
    I don’t remember exactly what year. But in the late 80s, it was either in 1988 or 89. I read in the newspaper in the mid-90s. A journalist asked one of the aviation leaders. Maybe even the former. How many were released now or purchased - it’s 4 ... engines. And then? -867 planes and helicopters. This is a year! It would be possible to rearm the entire Russian army in two years. With a margin. So 66 planes a year will never impress me. With helicopters better . But all the same. The maximum production rate of the Mi-24. One helicopter per day. There was a transmission about it.
  9. gorsten79
    gorsten79 26 August 2013 16: 33
    -3
    Well, yes, 1988 or 89god-867 helicopters and aircraft. And here, as many as 66.
    1. bddrus
      bddrus 27 August 2013 08: 48
      0
      Firstly, 88-89 is in the USSR and in the USSR. It’s great, of course, to pass such an amount per year now, but what will aircraft manufacturers do in 3-5 years? we have plans that there will be approximately 1600 units by 2020 - even if the demand is 2 times higher, then 900 units would be blocked for 5 years with a margin, and then what?
  10. sergey158-29
    sergey158-29 26 August 2013 21: 20
    +3
    Quote: "Russian aviation industry: level up and go to the recruitment"

    Well, DOES NOT FALL - ALREADY GOOD! hi

    About SET - this is when the T-50 goes to the SERIES !! good
  11. Kir
    Kir 26 August 2013 22: 27
    0
    As they say Not at all in the subject BUT !!! Then they just decided to start their own business, well, I decided to "run" through my old connections like this !!! a good part of these old ties to speak openly in Russia (I wrote deliberately with a little to show their attitude to the Fatherland) it is unprofitable to start anything from legal production, and trade will also become and already become unprofitable, since soon the profit will be 10-15%, interesting and the Germans, what is dumber or something else, the legendary Wurth has a profit of 5% and does not produce anything, it seems that easy money has finally turned someone into an obese insignificance, but there is only one question and there remains why they don’t move from here to everyone ... ...
    With regards to the article itself, Give it (not God) And Russian (for me all We Are Russians if our fatherland is above all !!!) character and ingenuity will lead us again, despite all sorts of different ones, to a Decent place in the World.
    And in conclusion, can anyone explain when the Su-35 modification appeared, since initially this index belonged to an experienced integral triplane, which had appeared before a similar test based on the F-15, and if I remember correctly already from 14! weapons suspension points.
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  13. svp67
    svp67 27 August 2013 18: 32
    +1
    Very "sweet" couple .... good
    1. svp67
      svp67 27 August 2013 18: 50
      +1
      Beauties .....
  14. svp67
    svp67 27 August 2013 18: 47
    +1
    A star named the Sun ... good
  15. svp67
    svp67 27 August 2013 20: 44
    0
    To the fear of enemies and joy to our people ...
  16. svp67
    svp67 27 August 2013 20: 45
    0
    And they carefully drove away, if God forbid, he didn’t catch a cold ... lol
  17. svp67
    svp67 27 August 2013 20: 46
    0
    Russian wings of the civilian fleet ...
  18. svp67
    svp67 27 August 2013 20: 47
    0
    Still not surpassed ...
  19. svp67
    svp67 27 August 2013 20: 51
    +1
    Oncoming traffic
  20. svp67
    svp67 27 August 2013 20: 51
    0
    And who said that Russia does not need these wings
  21. aleks.baa2012
    aleks.baa2012 28 August 2013 00: 22
    +1
    Our silent horror for the enemy good
    1. svp67
      svp67 28 August 2013 01: 19
      0
      Quote: aleks.baa2012
      Our silent horror for the enemy
      Rather "invisible"
  22. svp67
    svp67 28 August 2013 01: 20
    0
    Deadly Quartet ...
  23. svp67
    svp67 28 August 2013 01: 21
    0
    ... and their "conductor"
  24. svp67
    svp67 28 August 2013 01: 22
    0
    And who is ready to "butt" with him?
  25. svp67
    svp67 28 August 2013 01: 25
    0
    "Air desk ..."
  26. svp67
    svp67 28 August 2013 01: 28
    0
    and there is no impossible for him ...