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US Navy will adopt the North Dakota submarine

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The US Navy will soon take on the USS North Dakota class Virginia nuclear assault submarine, wday.com reports today.


For the first time in 90, a warship (in this case, a submarine) will carry the name of the state of North Dakota.

The US Navy Rear Admiral Rick Breckenridge (Rick Breckenridge) said that “everything that is famous for the state of North Dakota will now be embodied in the combat power of the North Dakota submarine. The ship will be commissioned on May 31 at a ceremony in Boston.
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  1. exiv200gt
    exiv200gt 19 March 2014 10: 44
    +1
    Our "Boreas" do not hold a candle.
    1. Alexander Romanov
      Alexander Romanov 19 March 2014 11: 02
      +3

      US Navy Rear Admiral Rick Breckenridge says “everything North Dakota is famous for will now be embodied in the combat power of the submarine

      And what is famous for Dakota, herds of sheep and rams, agricultural machinery, oil and gas laughing
      1. Arberes
        Arberes 19 March 2014 11: 09
        +9
        Could you put this "Dakota" tomorrow ???
        Today is the day of our submarine fleet !!! fool
      2. Nayhas
        Nayhas 19 March 2014 11: 19
        +1
        Quote: Alexander Romanov
        And what is famous for Dakota, herds of sheep and rams, agricultural machinery, oil and gas laughing

        This is bad?
        1. Salamander
          Salamander 19 March 2014 11: 24
          +3
          Quote: Nayhas

          Quote: Alexander Romanov
          And what is famous for Dakota, herds of sheep and rams, agricultural machinery, oil and gas

          This is bad?


          Imagine if the submarine will be famous for this ... laughing
      3. Duke
        Duke 19 March 2014 11: 47
        +5

        Type of ship PLARK
        Designation of the project 885 "Ash"
        Developer of the project SPMBM "Malachite"
        Chief Designer V.N. Pyalov
        NATO classification "Graney", "Yasen"
        Speed ​​(surface) of 16 knots
        Speed ​​(underwater) 31 knots
        Ultimate immersion depth 600 meters
        Autonomy of swimming 100 days
        Crew 90 people (32 officers)
        Cost of K-560 Severodvinsk: 47 billion rubles.
        Kazan: 47 billion rubles
        "Ash-M": ~ 30 billion rubles.
        dimensions
        Surface displacement 8 t
        Underwater displacement 13 t
        The greatest length (on KVL) 119 m
        The width of the body naib. 13,5 m
        Average draft (on design waterline) 9,4 m
        Power point
        Water-water reactor OK-650V,
        One shaft
        One screw.
        weaponry
        Torpedo
        mine armament 10 533-mm torpedo tubes in the middle of the boat, homing and remote-controlled torpedoes, it is possible to receive mines instead of torpedoes. Torpedoes USET-80, in the future - thermal homing torpedoes "Physicist".
        Missile weapons 8x4 PU P-800 “Onyx”, ZM-54 and ZM-54-1 class ship-to-ship, ZM-14 class ship-to-ground, planned X-101 (X-102).
    2. Nayhas
      Nayhas 19 March 2014 11: 18
      +2
      Quote: exiv200gt
      Our "Boreas" do not hold a candle.

      Of course, she doesn’t have a Mace ...
    3. Aleksey_K
      Aleksey_K 19 March 2014 14: 14
      -1
      This is how to say it! Autonomy of swimming: ours - 90 days, them - is limited by the amount of provisions. Displacement: ours is 24000 t. Theirs is 7900 t. Their boat is smaller, lighter, unlimited in underwater position and therefore harder to detect.
    4. Siberian German
      Siberian German 19 March 2014 15: 39
      +1
      no need to slander and talk is good not good - it's iron in working condition and we need to take this into account
    5. patsantre
      patsantre 20 March 2014 01: 24
      0
      Where did you get so stupid. These are generally completely different and incomparable ships. And if you compare, Virginia is much more technologically advanced. So rub your hats.
  2. Tarpon
    Tarpon 19 March 2014 10: 45
    +3
    I categorically will not wish him seven feet under the keel. am
    1. Alexander Romanov
      Alexander Romanov 19 March 2014 11: 03
      +3
      Quote: Tarpon
      I categorically will not wish him seven feet under the keel.

      Don’t worry, IT doesn’t sink wink
      1. Manager
        Manager 19 March 2014 12: 14
        +1
        Quote: Alexander Romanov
        Don’t worry, IT doesn’t sink

        If a shovel e .... then something else as it sinks!)))
      2. Evgeny Goncharov (smoogg)
        Evgeny Goncharov (smoogg) 16 January 2018 03: 01
        0
        they have not been drowned since the 68th year. Not that ours, yeah
  3. Antibrim
    Antibrim 19 March 2014 10: 49
    0
    that’s what you don’t say about them, but all ships can build. happy that our industry began to develop strongly, Rogozin is doing his job
  4. Grenz
    Grenz 19 March 2014 10: 51
    +2
    Well, that's fine. Previously, it was planned to destroy one person at a time - the aircraft carrier "Ronald Reagan". Now it's easier - if you fuck ... then just a whole state. It would be great if the Americans called the next boat "USA" !!!
  5. Jaros81
    Jaros81 19 March 2014 10: 54
    0
    And what is North Dakota famous for? I don’t remember anything “glorious” ...
    1. Alexander Romanov
      Alexander Romanov 19 March 2014 11: 03
      +3
      Quote: Jaros81
      And what is the state of North Dakota famous for?

      Rams wassat
      1. Manager
        Manager 19 March 2014 12: 15
        +2
        Quote: Alexander Romanov
        Rams

        Yeah, there’s already 4ro on the rock!
  6. Coffee_time
    Coffee_time 19 March 2014 10: 54
    0
    If only when launching, he did not fall on his side.
  7. Stiletto
    Stiletto 19 March 2014 11: 15
    +2
    They bake like pies, bastards, and do not blow a mustache ...
  8. Thirsty for wind
    Thirsty for wind 19 March 2014 11: 22
    0
    Now the phrase: "North Dakota drowned" gets a new meaning, as well as the likelihood of using this phrase in speech is much higher.
    How much is this percentage let analysts say.
  9. avolk
    avolk 19 March 2014 11: 35
    +2
    Quote: Tarpon
    I categorically will not wish him seven feet under the keel. am

    And I, perhaps, wish. Let them serve, but not hooligans - guys on a boat are normal people. Strongly let the thing not be spoiled, otherwise we’ll not transfer the hour to our farm ..., why the hell are we? )))))
    Our divers with a holiday! Hooray! Hooray! Hooray!
  10. Nayhas
    Nayhas 19 March 2014 11: 41
    +3
    For lovers of fasting, this is the 11th submarine of the Virginia type, the first in the Block III series.
    USS North Dakota (SSN-784) was laid down on May 11, 2012, launched on September 15, 2013, and on May 31, 2014. they plan to transfer it to the fleet. Well, the characteristics here are not interesting to anyone, because a priori worse than ours ...
    1. Santa Fe
      Santa Fe 19 March 2014 12: 04
      +1
      Quote: Nayhas
      USS North Dakota (SSN-784) was laid on 11 on May 2012, launched on 15 on September 2013, and on 31 on May 2014. they plan to transfer it to the fleet

      ))))
      The boat was "laid down" in 2012 not in the form of an empty shell of a solid hull, but in the form of four ready-made sections, which have been in production since 2008. It only remained to connect them together - they did it in 2 years.
      And this does not take into account long-lead-time materials, the production of which begins even earlier.

      And then a small American "surprise" will take place: the boat will arrive in Norfolk, and after a series of tests will go to PSA (Post-Shakedown Availability) - completion and modernization, elimination of all identified deficiencies during the first months of operation. In Russia, such a boat would hardly have been put into service in 2014 - it would not have passed the ZHI / GOS (although the story with the Nevsky and Severodvink hints to the contrary, the degradation is increasing).

      (living example - "Minnesota" ssn-783)
      1. Professor
        Professor 19 March 2014 12: 17
        +1
        Quote: SWEET_SIXTEEN
        The boat was "laid down" in 2012 not in the form of an empty shell of a solid hull, but in the form of four ready-made sections, which have been in production since 2008. It only remained to connect them together - they did it in 2 years.
        And this does not take into account long-lead-time materials, the production of which begins even earlier.

        Would you like the laying time to be calculated from the moment you start mining ore? wink
        In the USSR, too, at the time of the laying, "something" was already waiting in the open air.
        1. Santa Fe
          Santa Fe 19 March 2014 12: 29
          0
          Quote: Professor
          Would you like the laying time to be calculated from the moment you start mining ore?

          I would like to clarify that the "laying" of the American boat of the "Virginia" type (Block 2 and 3) is markedly different from the laying of the majority of ships in Russia

          (by the way, the "Virginia" tab is very reminiscent of how the Boreas were laid - from ready-made boat sections of Project 971)
          1. Professor
            Professor 19 March 2014 12: 39
            0
            Quote: SWEET_SIXTEEN
            I would like to clarify that the "laying" of the American boat of the "Virginia" type (Block 2 and 3) is markedly different from the laying of the majority of ships in Russia

            This is unfounded. I would like to compare when a specific project was approved and when the boat became part of the Navy.
            1. Santa Fe
              Santa Fe 19 March 2014 13: 06
              0
              Quote: Professor
              and when the boat became part of the Navy.

              After passing the GIS, I left for the place of service and a year later went to the BS?

              Or like Virginia (like any other US Navy ship) - after six months of testing in Norfolk, they return to the shipyard for final completion?

              On 22 June 2007, Secretary of the Navy Donald C. Winter sent a letter to Northrop Grumman outlining problems with the ship, from leaks to steerage issues, stating, "Twenty-three months after commissioning of LPD 17, the Navy still does not have a mission-capable ship
              Quote: Professor
              This is unfounded

              ?
              In the Russian Federation, they are used to the fact that the mortgage section looks something like this. But not 4 ready-made modules "stuffed" with equipment

  11. Santa Fe
    Santa Fe 19 March 2014 12: 24
    +2
    Even as it stands, Virginia is one of the best and most technically advanced multipurpose submarines in the world. And, undoubtedly, the most suitable for its tasks

    Created as a castrated replacement for the Seawulf, Virginia-class boats designed for covert operations off the coast of the enemy, surveillance and reconnaissance, landing "Navy seals", cruise missile strikes.

    Tasks determine the composition of weapons: 12 missile silos (Block III, which includes North Dakota, will be replaced by two 6-charging modules). With Block V, the number of launch mines will increase to 52 - by inserting an additional 10-meter compartment of Virginia Payload Module (VPM)

    Also, on board there is a lock chamber for the exit of combat swimmers and a set of uninhabited underwater vehicles for reconnaissance, bottom surveying, making passages in minefields and sabotage.

    Developed abilities for working along the coast does not exclude the participation of boats in naval combat - Virginia retained 4 on-board torpedo tubes of caliber 533 mm

    The advantage of this type of boat: the greatest secrecy among all modern nuclear powered ships (besides SiWulf and Estuit), cool weapons and unmanned underwater vehicles, the S9G reactor with a long-term active zone and natural coolant circulation (i.e. low noise), relatively modest sizes, modular design, multifunctional mast (cameras, thermal imagers) instead of the usual periscope - the hi-tech from the boat

    Virginia disadvantages: too large crew for such a small submarine, relatively high cost of construction and operation, an eternal problem with sonar - 11 boats were built, but already in three different modifications of one project! Block III expects to install a new horseshoe-shaped antenna Large Apperture Array
    1. PLO
      PLO 19 March 2014 17: 35
      -1
      and what is your belief in better stealth based on?
  12. Energy
    Energy 19 March 2014 12: 41
    0
    Congratulations to all Russian submariners on their professional holiday !!!!!!! soldier