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Construction of a radar station started in the Orenburg region

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Construction of a radar station started in the Orenburg region



In a short time, the Special Forces will build a complex of buildings and structures for a radar base in the Novoorsk District of the Orenburg Region: technical, residential, administrative and economic facilities and energy supply facilities. In addition, the builders will pave the access road to the object and build a network of internal roads, internal and external lighting systems, on-site communication lines and alarms, and create a perimeter fence for the object. At the first stage, the builders will erect the objects of the technical zone - this is about 45 structures.

At present, in the Novoorsky district, the Special Forces builders are arranging the foundations of the objects under construction. The quality of materials used for the manufacture of foundations is controlled by the laboratory at all stages of work.

The site employs about a hundred workers of the branch “SU №514” of the Main Directorate of Spetsstroy of Russia for the territory of the Volga Federal District and more than 50 units of special equipment. Foundation construction is scheduled for completion in March of this year.
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  1. Alikovo
    Alikovo 27 January 2014 06: 09
    +5
    the larger the radar, the greater the probability of missile detection.
    1. Ihrek
      Ihrek 27 January 2014 06: 15
      +6
      All the more reliable is the defense of the country; if you want peace, prepare for war. Good morning everybody. hi
      1. mirag2
        mirag2 27 January 2014 06: 33
        0
        Good hour!
        That would be a couple of stations, one in Venezuela (or Cuba), but one in Cyprus, although what kind of Cyprus, if everything settles down in Syria there.
        Not for the protection of their spaces, or missile-dangerous directions, but for keeping abreast of events, or can satellites get along?
        1. Romn
          Romn 27 January 2014 06: 56
          +3
          What is the point of putting radar in Syria ?? What will she cover? You can cover these territories from your own country. Bet on Cuba and Venezuela !? Also Meaning? It is better to place an air defense system rather than a radar. We can put on Sakhalin one she just Alaska, Canada and almost all of the United States will block. Do not place such important objects, meaninglessly, on foreign territories.
          1. 09061982
            09061982 27 January 2014 07: 15
            +1
            Absolutely ... Especially since most of the missiles at the Americans are sea-based ...
        2. malikszh
          malikszh 27 January 2014 08: 14
          +2
          Arabs can’t believe in a few years when everything calms down maybe forgotten to the kindness of Russia as Egypt once did
    2. tronin.maxim
      tronin.maxim 27 January 2014 06: 17
      +1
      Quote: Alikovo
      the larger the radar, the greater the probability of missile detection.

      If you mean the technology of today’s day, then yes. I think in the future our military scientists will make up 2-4 earls that will cover the whole country.
    3. jjj
      jjj 27 January 2014 06: 57
      +1
      Having slightly rethought the words of the popular song: "We see a fly! Hit fly!" So we need to prevent any fly from flying without our permission.
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    5. major071
      major071 27 January 2014 07: 40
      +6
      hi I had a country house next to it, I could not sell it for a year, only the military appeared - the entry went away, almost into a fight. laughing In general, the dofig people were caught up, construction goes on. good
    6. Geisenberg
      Geisenberg 27 January 2014 19: 08
      0
      Quote: Alikovo
      the larger the radar, the greater the probability of missile detection.


      Evidence itself. Here, rather, the more radars, the higher the level of control of airspace and near space, respectively, the higher the level of security of our country.
  2. Canep
    Canep 27 January 2014 06: 14
    +3
    I wonder why in Orenburg ?, and not on Yamal. Russia expects a missile strike from the south?
    1. tronin.maxim
      tronin.maxim 27 January 2014 06: 22
      +5
      Quote: Canep
      I wonder why in Orenburg ?, and not on Yamal. Russia expects a missile strike from the south?
      1. PANZER
        PANZER 27 January 2014 07: 36
        +1
        Quote: tronin.maxim
        I wonder why in Orenburg ?, and not on Yamal. Russia expects a missile strike from the south?

        Apparently in order to abandon the operation of the Balkhash radar, built in Soviet times.
      2. mamba
        mamba 27 January 2014 09: 13
        +1
        Here is another map on which the north direction is covered.
        1. malikszh
          malikszh 27 January 2014 12: 21
          0
          Balkhash acting there there are two radars, one does not work and the second to work, and there it is the Russian troops.
      3. Tarpon
        Tarpon 27 January 2014 11: 21
        +1
        Judging by the map, it is necessary to set up stations in the Far East and in the north.
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    2. major071
      major071 27 January 2014 08: 03
      +5
      In Soviet times, long-range aviation stood in Orsk (transferred to Engels), an air defense system was deployed, and radars were stationed. At the beginning of the 90, they all destroyed, the military was taken out or fired. Now we can say they are restoring the Soviet system of early detection, making it even more powerful and better. good
    3. Humpty
      Humpty 27 January 2014 08: 31
      0
      Quote: Canep
      I wonder why in Orenburg ?, and not on Yamal. Russia expects a missile strike from the south?


      Pakistan is closer in a straight line than it sometimes seems. For example, from Kashmir to Shymkent, an airplane can easily fly in an hour.
      1. leks
        leks 27 January 2014 09: 22
        0
        Humpty
        Hello everyone! Most likely they cover India, Pakistan, China, judging by the location of the radars on the map, as well as support those who write that it is necessary to put radars on the Yamal or on the Sakhalin Islands, the coolest thing is in the Anadyr region near the Berengov Sea!
  3. Al_lexx
    Al_lexx 27 January 2014 06: 36
    +1
    Good news. Even better would be the news of the commissioning of this facility.
  4. KOH
    KOH 27 January 2014 06: 50
    +2
    It is necessary to cover the north ... and then after the collapse of the USSR, it is naked in our country, although work has begun in this direction, the defense industry has been happy lately ... keep it up. good
    1. invisibility
      invisibility 27 January 2014 07: 22
      +1
      After the collapse of the USSR, we do not have a continuous radar field. So everything needs to be covered, so this is very good news.
      1. S-200
        S-200 27 January 2014 08: 39
        0
        Quote: invisible
        After the collapse of the USSR, we do not have a continuous radar field

        and you have it WHERE? ... "- no continuous RL-fields " belay
        Have you personally measured this radar field in the post-Soviet space?
  5. Stinger
    Stinger 27 January 2014 07: 51
    0
    And near Krasnoyarsk, they both stopped building after a state protest in the 80s, and there was no undisclosed direction from Alaska. Or then some obligations were signed? Who is in the know?
    1. mamba
      mamba 27 January 2014 09: 40
      0
      According to the plans of the Russian Ministry of Defense, the SPRN will be replenished with new Voronezh radars in Pechora (Komi Republic), Barnaul (Altai Territory) and Yeniseisk (Krasnoyarsk Territory). The new generation of Voronezh-DM radars have a range of 3.700 km. The state arms program of Russia provides for the creation in Russia of a continuous radar field SPRN by 2018.
      http://bastion-karpenko.narod.ru/voroneg-DM_kaliningrad_01.html
      Details of the battles surrounding the construction of the Krasnoyarsk radar:
      http://podelise.ru/docs/25121/index-5621.html?page=9
  6. Jarik56
    Jarik56 27 January 2014 07: 54
    0
    Quote: tronin.maxim
    Quote: Canep
    I wonder why in Orenburg ?, and not on Yamal. Russia expects a missile strike from the south?

    There is also the troubled Central Asian region. And who knows what these "Banana Republics" will go for. Apart from Kazakhstan, I, as a resident of Orenburg, am not particularly sure of anyone.
  7. borisjdin1957
    borisjdin1957 27 January 2014 08: 16
    0
    from the Don.
    Good news!
    1. malikszh
      malikszh 27 January 2014 12: 22
      0
      from the Urals it will be correct))
  8. saag
    saag 27 January 2014 08: 19
    0
    How interesting, I once asked myself a question, after the information about the creation of a unified air defense system of Russia of Kazakhstan with the center in Almaty, really Russia will not supply something like "Container" from the north, and look for sure, the truth is rather "Voronezh"
  9. - = Robocop = -
    - = Robocop = - 27 January 2014 09: 42
    0
    Shoigu is great! Not like a "furniture maker", only to close it, sell it, disperse it, but lie under America!
    And after this moron Shoigu should restore everything, as after the Tatar-Mongol yoke ... he had to drive the collector to the factory, there would be more benefit from him!
  10. kelevra
    kelevra 27 January 2014 11: 14
    0
    A continuous radar dome is being created over Russia! Positive news!
  11. Leshka
    Leshka 27 January 2014 17: 12
    0
    properly cover the country
  12. alone
    alone 27 January 2014 19: 19
    0
    Too many options for maps. In one map, the north is uncovered, on the other map is covered. Sit now break your brain where something is covered !!