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Achtung! Russians in the sky

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Achtung! Russians in the sky



The aerospace exhibition ILA-2014 is gaining momentum in Berlin. It is interesting, first of all, because it has become an indicator of how much Western sanctions have affected international cooperation with the participation of our country. The first two days of the exhibition showed that business and industry circles of almost all European countries are determined to continue cooperation with Russia.
1200 companies and organizations from 40 countries participate in the Berlin Salon. Russia is most fully represented by enterprises of Roskosmos. For the first time, the United Rocket and Space Corporation participates in the international exposition. The aviation industry of our country is demonstrated by the stands of the KLA and the holding company Helicopters of Russia.

This time we do not show flying samples in Berlin, but Russian aircraft are nevertheless well represented. everyday aviation The show begins with aerobatics of the MiG-29 fighter. Pilots of the Polish Air Force demonstrate their skills and qualities of a combat aviation veteran, who remains one of the best front-line fighters to this day. The rather large exposition of the Polish and Czech Air Forces at ILA-2014 consists of the MiG-29, as well as the Mi-24 and Mi-28 helicopters. One of the Mi-24 has on its board a "portrait" of the Amur tiger - it looks impressive.

The main trends of the Berlin salon are drones and the latest technology aimed at improving the environmental performance of aircraft.

20 companies from 8 countries show their drones. UAVs today are actively used in various fields of both peaceful and military life. Along with powerful devices such as the German ALADIN and LUNA, one can see a large number of almost toy apparatuses, which are nevertheless capable of performing very serious tasks.

Alas, our country does not show unmanned aerial vehicles even in the form of layouts. It seems that we simply do not have them. This is partly the case. On the MAKS salons domestic drones are demonstrated. But whether they work or are still concept projects is unclear. In any case, no one’s own production drones exhibited to any international air show Russia.

Of those projects that we show on ILA-2014, experts are of interest to the MiG-35 fighter, training Yak-130, and also helicopters: the combat Ka-52 and the new transport and passenger Mi-38.

Mi-38 presented in medical-evacuation version. It can be operated in a wide range of climatic conditions, including maritime, tropical and cold climates. Serial production of the Mi-38 is scheduled to begin in 2015 at the Kazan Helicopter Plant. According to experts, this machine will perfectly complement the range of Mi-8 / 17, considered one of the most successful rotary wings in the world.

Turkey with pathos shows a helicopter of its own design T-129 ATAK. At the end of the last century, Kamov employees developed an interesting Erdogan helicopter specifically for Turkey. And if Ankara had staked precisely on that car, the Turkish Air Force would have one of the best helicopter gunships in the world today, as if from its own production. Americans are not allowed. And the Turks were able to create only ATAK using their own forces, which looks, if not funny, then somewhat primitive.

The Germans continue to fight for the environment. Their all-electric E-Fan can already be in the sky for almost an hour. The machine does not pollute the atmosphere and is almost silent. The developers are confident that the first customers will be aviation schools, of which there are many in Europe. Traction in the Old World is as great as in the USSR in the 30s. If you remember history, it should be noted respect for it in almost all countries of Western Europe. When the 1 th Luftwaffe fighter jet Me-262 rises into the sky, nobody can remain indifferent on the ground. Flying retro-planes - of course the decoration of any air show.

Still, the main thing on ILA-2014 is aspiration for the future. And the most ambitious plans can be implemented only in global cooperation. And there is no alternative to this, no matter what sanctions Washington may threaten.
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  1. Dimych from Vanino
    Dimych from Vanino 24 May 2014 08: 10
    +5
    Drones, and what to show them to us when we are really in this regard .. eeeee moved globally. Who is interested in what we have, he knows everything perfectly. And you need to show something that is in demand, and has a specific commercial potential, for me everything is so logical. I think predecessors or whatever, we are not trying to buy over the hill.
    1. qwert
      qwert 26 May 2014 07: 06
      +3
      But we also presented aviation poorly. Three cars. Could Ka-62 show and Ansat. And about the drones. Creating an UAV is much easier than creating a full-fledged combat aircraft. They will allocate funds and in two years from the start of design, one can already get mass production. And if there are any developments then, respectively, before.
      But, I think that the UAV is not as effective as it is propiar.
  2. Egoza
    Egoza 24 May 2014 08: 11
    +25
    The sky attracts man! And ... industrialists too! And even more so the military! And there are no barriers to human talent and intelligence. After all, these are beautiful ships of the air ocean!

    You just know how we would like the Russian planes to have their own names, like the ships of the sea! For example, Pokryshkin, Maresyev, etc. Yes to their exhibition in Germany or other European "hangout". And let it sound again: “Akhtung! Akhtung” Pokryshkin is in the air! ”Maybe then EU politicians will have less arrogance? hi
    1. Little Muck
      Little Muck 24 May 2014 09: 50
      +11
      Quote: Egoza
      And let it sound again: “Akhtung! Akhtung” Pokryshkin is in the air! ”Maybe then the EU politicians will have less arrogance?

      Now we’ll deal with the Ukrainian question, and then to the above, Putin, Shoigu, Lavrov, etc. will definitely appear. and not only in the sky over Germany.
      These will be new modifications of PAK DA in a renewed Russia. hi
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  6. Igor Gor
    Igor Gor 24 May 2014 08: 37
    +1
    The time will come and the Russian Federation will show, but not at the exhibition, but in deed, for example, in the sky of Ukraine, expelling the pide-r-o-bandero-American)))
  7. zavesa01
    zavesa01 24 May 2014 08: 50
    +2
    The Turkish Air Force would have one of the best combat helicopters in the world today, the Americans did not allow.

    Someone doubted that Russian is the best? Give an example of which imported equipment is better than ours?
    1. zoknyay82
      zoknyay82 24 May 2014 09: 31
      +6
      Believe me, a huge amount of Western technology is much better than ours both in terms of resource and quality and modern technologies (in vain, they have been spread rot for twenty years). I am not a defeatist but I must look soberly.
    2. 52
      52 24 May 2014 11: 19
      +1
      Amigo! It is worth looking at the sad history of BMPs and armored personnel carriers. There is no sadder story in the world ... sad
      1. zavesa01
        zavesa01 25 May 2014 10: 27
        +1
        However, you must admit that the main losses of this technique are the result of its improper use. This time. And second, the more complex the technique, the greater the probability of failure of individual nodes and, as a consequence, the loss of operability of the entire unit.
        PS I do not call for spears and sticks. good
  8. PSih2097
    PSih2097 24 May 2014 09: 31
    +11
    Turkey with pathos shows a helicopter of its own design T-129 ATAK.

    At the end of the last century, employees of the "Kamov" company developed an interesting helicopter "Erdogan" especially for Turkey.
    1. La-5
      La-5 24 May 2014 13: 48
      +1
      This Erdogan subsequently became the Ka-52 Alligator.
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    3. Sledgehammer
      Sledgehammer 25 May 2014 00: 59
      +1
      Our option is more interesting. Kamov coaxial scheme in conditions
      Highlands are better than classics.
  9. Gray 43
    Gray 43 24 May 2014 10: 15
    +6
    But it seems that something unmanned is being done in Russia, though not on such a scale as in the West. It seems that in this area we are in the role of catching up. The reasons for this are obvious — large corporations with well-developed cooperation are working in the West, while our developments are at the level of an aircraft model group, I agree, the assessment is crude, but where are our breakthrough technologies? In Skolkovo?
    1. GRANATE-19
      GRANATE-19 25 May 2014 13: 28
      0
      Quote: Gray 43
      But it seems that something unmanned is being done in Russia, though not on such a scale as in the West. It seems that in this area we are in the role of catching up. The reasons for this are obvious — large corporations with well-developed cooperation are working in the West, while our developments are at the level of an aircraft model group, I agree, the assessment is crude, but where are our breakthrough technologies? In Skolkovo?

      Well, I would not worry so much, everything has its time.
      Russians harness for a long time, but go fast.
      Sincerely, I express my humble opinion.
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  10. Georgich
    Georgich 24 May 2014 10: 59
    +9
    Quote: zoknyay82
    Believe me, a huge amount of Western technology is much better than ours both in terms of resource and quality and modern technologies (in vain, they have been spread rot for twenty years). I am not a defeatist but I must look soberly.

    And accordingly, it has very severe restrictions on operating conditions. Russian weapons are more balanced by the criterion of manufacturability / operational efficiency. And there are more than enough examples from history.
  11. avia1991
    avia1991 24 May 2014 11: 00
    +3
    Here's what interests me:
    The rather large exposition of the Polish and Czech Air Forces at ILA-2014 consists of the MiG-29, as well as the Mi-24 and Mi-28 helicopters.

    Well, why the hell are we selling them this equipment? So that they would later use against us or the Southeast? .. Mercenaries from Poland are already participating ..
    Objections of the "narrow-minded" type are understandable .. But still: could it still be possible to differentiate buyers?
    1. Kasym
      Kasym 24 May 2014 19: 10
      +5
      These are the remnants of the former might of the Warsaw Pact, so do not worry, no one sold them anything.
  12. 52
    52 24 May 2014 11: 25
    +5
    Quote: avia1991
    Here's what interests me:
    The rather large exposition of the Polish and Czech Air Forces at ILA-2014 consists of the MiG-29, as well as the Mi-24 and Mi-28 helicopters.

    Well, why the hell are we selling them this equipment? So that they would later use against us or the Southeast? .. Mercenaries from Poland are already participating ..
    Objections of the "narrow-minded" type are understandable .. But still: could it still be possible to differentiate buyers?

    We sold these "nishtyaks" to them back in the "times of ona", and now we serve them very little for grannies, financial attachment, damn it!
  13. V. Tarasyan
    V. Tarasyan 24 May 2014 11: 34
    +3
    Sorry, I didn’t understand where the Poles or Czechs Mi-28 came from.
  14. sv68
    sv68 24 May 2014 11: 52
    +4
    but why didn’t they bring in more than one real airplane but cost only mock-ups? or a German showroom salon, can it only cost mock-ups? and then we complain that we sell little equipment — if you show models, nobody will conclude contracts
  15. Leshka
    Leshka 24 May 2014 13: 01
    0
    as usual made a splash good
  16. Enot-poloskun
    Enot-poloskun 24 May 2014 15: 28
    +2
    When Russians are in the sky, akhtungs from Geyropa hide.
  17. ochakow703
    ochakow703 24 May 2014 15: 44
    +6
    The article makes you think about the future fate of our aviation industry. Serious stagnation is obvious. There are no fresh, breakthrough ideas, we are working on what we have accumulated dozens of years ago - back in the USSR.
    1. dr.star75
      dr.star75 25 May 2014 23: 01
      0
      I do not agree a bit about stagnation. Recall which countries are designing 5th generation fighters? Raptor and t-50. Who else has a backlog since the days of the USSR?
    2. Blondy
      Blondy 27 May 2014 20: 10
      0
      just didn’t begin to scare our real wink let the amusement geyropchiki lol
  18. Irokez
    Irokez 24 May 2014 17: 20
    +2
    Yes, all while a bunch. They’ll tell you directly what is being developed in secret lobalotoria.
    There are enough mock-ups, and whoever wanted to see the equipment, it was necessary to come to Sevastopol on May 9 or Moscow.
    Suddenly they think that the Russians are already taking Europe to get to Conchita.
  19. Enot-poloskun
    Enot-poloskun 24 May 2014 19: 51
    0
    Quote: Irokez
    that the Russians are already seizing Europe to get to Conchita.


    To force her to normal orientation)))
    1. Blondy
      Blondy 27 May 2014 20: 11
      0
      and shave her beard! am together with protruding parts of the body, you can ..
      yes
  20. mechanic driver
    mechanic driver 24 May 2014 21: 47
    +1
    Quote: Gray 43
    But it seems that something unmanned is being done in Russia, though not on such a scale as in the West. It seems that in this area we are in the role of catching up. The reasons for this are obvious — large corporations with well-developed cooperation are working in the West, while our developments are at the level of an aircraft model group, I agree, the assessment is crude, but where are our breakthrough technologies? In Skolkovo?

    In Soviet times, a lot of things were done in this direction, and the BSR squadrons were jokingly called an aircraft model circle.
  21. Eugene
    Eugene 24 May 2014 23: 39
    +2
    lobalotoria seriously? Or type of expedition? It is clear that there are no exams in Russian ....
  22. tomcat117
    tomcat117 25 May 2014 09: 01
    +1
    Drones, this is our headache.
    They take off from the springboard and parachute. They will never learn to take off and land on an airplane, to be controlled automatically. Most likely there are no normal engines for them, electronics, etc.
    Even powerful injections do not block the problem of the lack of competent and experienced specialists.
    1. Bayonet
      Bayonet 25 May 2014 12: 29
      +2
      Quote: tomcat117
      They won’t learn to take off and land on an airplane,

      And Buran was sitting himself!
  23. Artyom
    Artyom 25 May 2014 15: 05
    +1
    yes ... 25 years ago :(
  24. polite people
    polite people 25 May 2014 17: 05
    +3
    In Voronezh, as part of the all-army training camp devoted to the operation of unmanned aerial vehicles, the latest UAV models were demonstrated, including those whose tests are just beginning.
  25. combat66
    combat66 25 May 2014 21: 53
    +1
    Nothing, we will skip a step. Robotic systems will go into operation.
    And we will leave the drones for the "skillful hands" circles. There are a lot of talents .... Only yesterday I had a neighbor in the country with his 15 kg. I broke the attic with a helicopter (toy naffig) ... I don't even know who grieved more. (But his wife is happy - the man will sit at home for a while) laughing
  26. Denimax
    Denimax 26 May 2014 01: 47
    +1
    Planes are just handsome. That's where the auto industry is worth taking an example. smile