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The new rocket and artillery ship of Kazakhstan was launched in Uralsk

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TV channel "Khabar" reports that, by order of the Ministry of Defense of the Republic of Kazakhstan, the Saryarka rocket-artillery ship was manufactured at the Ural Zenit plant. This vessel is capable of speeds up to 70 kilometers per hour and weighs 250 tons.




According to the Deputy Minister of Defense, their department also plans to pay further attention to the development of the defense industry. Moreover, the projects will be transferred for execution to the same Zenit plant, which will contribute to the development of the enterprise.

The new ship is equipped with the latest navigation, navigator and rocket artillery weapons, with automated control. weapons. The number of crew "Saryarka" is 31 people with the commander.
According to reports, the ship’s main wheelhouse is located at the top, the engine telegraph gives the ship a turn, and the radar station allows you to view the surrounding territory at a distance of 40 km.

As the general director of the Ural enterprise Vyacheslav Valiev informs, the Zenit facilities allow building ships weighing up to six hundred tons, but for this it is necessary to modernize the workshops and reconstruct the launch pad.

This is the twenty-first ship that was manufactured at the factory. This allows us to assert with all confidence that the company has the necessary technological production and intellectual capabilities.

Recently, the honored workers of Zenit were awarded commemorative medals. According to the workers, this is, of course, an honor for them, and prestige for the state. Meanwhile, the voyage of the new ship began with a bottle of champagne smashed against the ship - all according to tradition.
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  1. karal
    karal 13 May 2014 05: 21
    +5
    Well done, happy for you! Your fleet may not be great, but together we are strong! hi
  2. mamont5
    mamont5 13 May 2014 05: 28
    +3
    We must help our allied neighbors.
  3. Grif
    Grif 13 May 2014 05: 42
    +3
    In Uralsk, many things were done for the fleet before. I remember the Zenit plant well (formerly named after Voroshilov), and Metalist, and Omega and others. The famous "Cliffs" were made in Uralsk.
  4. Andrey Yuryevich
    Andrey Yuryevich 13 May 2014 06: 14
    +2
    I believe the river fleet .... or will they be brought to the Caspian? what
  5. Bear52
    Bear52 13 May 2014 06: 21
    +5
    author!
    It's a shame even to call such a modest boat a "ship"! am
    А the main cabin of the ship is located at the top, the engine telegraph gives the course to the ship, - a masterpiece !!!! angry
    I regret that only one minus could be delivered (to you personally, and not to the Navy and the shipbuilding industry of friendly Kazakhstan!)
    1. Warhead-xnumx
      Warhead-xnumx 13 May 2014 06: 41
      +4
      Quote: Bear52
      And the main cabin of the ship is located at the top, the engine telegraph gives the ship its turn - a masterpiece !!!!

      How? You do not know? The machine telegraph is the latest shipborne power plant. laughing
      1. inkass_98
        inkass_98 13 May 2014 07: 28
        +2
        Quote: CU-3
        Machine Telegraph is the latest shipborne power plant

        Here you can see right away that you did not study well at school: the telegraph is a wire connection! So the author clearly wrote - the control signals are received through the wires, and the power for the batteries (accumulators) on 12 / 24В laughing .
        In fact, what kind of crap zhurnalyugi write, it is immediately clear that no editor has passed this material or the editor is the same "academician" as the author.
  6. Warhead-xnumx
    Warhead-xnumx 13 May 2014 06: 36
    +2
    Something does not look brutal, from artillery I see only AK-306, but where are the missiles? More like a raid minesweeper.
    1. Beck
      Beck 13 May 2014 06: 47
      +8
      Quote: CU-3
      Something doesn’t look brutal,


      And what is brutal in the Caspian? At first, and this will work.

      The main thing is not brutality, but what we produce ourselves. Of course, the equipment and weapons supplied, but we assemble ourselves. "Zenith" and our designers on such ships will "stuff" their brains and hands, and then the time of brutality will come.
      1. ramin_serg
        ramin_serg 13 May 2014 09: 27
        +7
        God forbid, not the first and not the last. Congratulations to Gardashlar.
  7. Sars
    Sars 13 May 2014 06: 39
    0
    What's the name? In Astana, there are monuments to batyrs at every corner. They would call it "Kabanbaibatyr" for example.
    1. Aldo
      Aldo 13 May 2014 06: 58
      +8
      Batyrs are our Suvorovs, Kutuzovs and Bagration. We are proud of them and set them as an example.
    2. buzer
      buzer 13 May 2014 07: 45
      +7
      Quote: SarS
      What's the name? In Astana, there are monuments to batyrs at every corner. They would call it "Kabanbaibatyr" for example.

      SaryArka is the name of the steppe in Central Kazakhstan. To make it even clearer, it is the same if the Russian ship is named "Siberia" or the American "Nevada".
  8. Lyton
    Lyton 13 May 2014 07: 19
    +1
    But how can’t you see artillery and missile weapons, can we hide it in the stern?
    1. Andrey KZ
      Andrey KZ 13 May 2014 08: 18
      +2
      Quote: Lyton
      But how can’t you see artillery and missile weapons, can we hide it in the stern?

      Maybe in this photo the specialists will see what is installed
    2. Semurg
      Semurg 13 May 2014 11: 56
      +3
      Quote: Lyton
      But how can’t you see artillery and missile weapons, can we hide it in the stern?

      Most likely, this vessel needs to be driven in order for poachers to do this, and for this, a speed of 70 km per hour is needed (it’s interesting what speed the poachers keep), and they only have guns on the bow for poachers so far and only one grenade launcher was requisitioned during raids. And since cruisers and aircraft carriers like the Caspian are not needed if Iran stops pushing and signs an agreement on the division of the bottom, then I don’t think it is more serious.
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  9. gandalf
    gandalf 13 May 2014 07: 24
    +1
    Russia remembers Panfilov’s, I hope Kazakhstan also remembers where they were from and where they fought ... soldier
    1. Humpty
      Humpty 13 May 2014 07: 41
      +3
      A new boat for the Allies is good.
      By the way, more than a million people from Kazakhstan were called up to the front, about one in six residents, as well as from some Central Asian republics. With regards to Panfilov’s, I’d like to think that in Russia someone remembers that Panfilov’s are not only Kazakhstan.
      1. Guard
        Guard 13 May 2014 19: 45
        +2
        Quote: Humpty
        By the way, more than a million were drafted from Kazakhstan to the front, approximately every sixth resident

        Every fifth Kazakhstani was drafted during the war. This figure does not include those who were drafted before the war. And there were a lot of them too. For example, Panfilov's battalion commander Momysh-uly was also drafted before the start of the war and formally he does not get into "every fifth". In fact, practically all the Kazakh male population was at war, since practically no one "mowed down" (at the same time, many criminal cases were initiated in the Uzbek SSR, by the way), and Kazakhs usually did not have "armor", tk. were poorly trained in technical specialties.
        Quote: Humpty
        With regards to Panfilov’s, I’d like to think that in Russia someone remembers that Panfilov’s are not only Kazakhstan.

        Very fair remark. Kyrgyzstanis have the right to be proud of their Panfilov soldiers. However, most of the divisions were from Kazakhstan. One battalion was formed from the Kyrgyz.
        In the early years, the division was staffed almost exclusively by residents of the Kazakh SSR, then (if I am not mistaken, then somewhere from 1943) the replenishment came from different regions of the country.
        According to the national composition, the first formation was mostly Kazakh, however, after the fierce battles of the end of 1941 - the beginning of 1942, the Kazakhs were beaten specifically. Since 1942, there have been more than half of the Russians in the division.
        By the way, reinforcements from Kazakhs, who were supposed to go to restore the Panfilov division, were sent to the formation of the 101st and 102nd Kazakh national divisions (in some sources they are incorrectly called "brigades").
        In Russia and Kazakhstan, many do not know that the Panfilov division still exists, and that it is part of the Kyrgyz Armed Forces.
        And I am also grateful to the Kyrgyz animators who, as part of a joint project with the Kazakhs, created the cartoon "Strong in spirit are stronger than walls". Financing - Kazakh, multipliers - Kyrgyz. The cartoon emphasizes the internationality of the Panfilov division.
        The cartoon is made in Kazakh, Kyrgyz and Russian. It is based on the poem of the Kyrgyz akyn.
  10. yushch
    yushch 13 May 2014 08: 24
    +2
    THIS IS A GOOD ANSWER TO THOSE CLOWNS WHO WANT TO DESTROY OUR STATES AND STRONGLY DISCUSS ALL HEARINGS.
  11. An example
    An example 28 August 2014 09: 36
    0
    There are AK-306 artillery, and the Ukrainian missile systems "Arbalet-K" (on the back of the superstructure) and "Barrier-VK" (on the poop).


    And by the way, we have rocket boats like Yoon Young-ha. Production - South Korea. 3 units.

    Armament - 76mm guns and ship-to-ship missiles. Displacement 570 tons, speed - 40 knots
    http://s00.yaplakal.com/pics/pics_original/0/9/8/3097890.jpg
  12. An example
    An example 28 August 2014 09: 55
    0
    here he is Korean